19 Burst results for "Tarn"
"tarn" Discussed on Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)
"Love the scene where we kind of fourth wallet and it's like the movie trailer voice. I just leave. You wouldn't normally see in a rom com but jacqueline. Is you know my favorite stars. Movies returned to the jet. I one of the big reasons is because we all win at the end. And i love the winning at the end of this movie where it's new year's christmas and it's new year's and everybody's actually meeting for the first time and this nice home swamp and you had great results in your personal life but can we actually. I'll be friends in real life. That scene lens me believe yes. So the ladies compare often dish and jud and jack and finds something to talk about. The kids are having a good time. I love that the good time continues through the new year because that just shows the promise that this isn't just one thing we're going to have many more holidays with this cast. I want to seek will give it to me. I am with little yeah cool. Concept is so unbelievably dated and women just hanging around for men in the in the smooth really desperate way now. Just submit fills sur. Tarn deaths So i i would be interested to see what it would take the sequel. Oh yeah. I wonder if they'd be like really. We moved our entire worlds for those two. And i would love for them to also make appearances to because they they to set the the other side of the story. Correct if i was going to talk about a scene though that sort of like hits down for me. I'm matisse gm classic movie girl and basically every time arthur comes on the movie. I like my heart melts. Like i think of my grandpa who was literally sitting me down to watch tv him. He was not working for louis mayor. But i just i felt like he was the embodiment i felt like he was the embodiment of billy wilder inside this movie. Which if you don't know he. He wrote one of the all time. Great romantic comedies. The apartment and i just felt so much of that energy in this and so Yeah every time are all but the very first scene where she rescues him. And and you see his oscar and then also when he talks about you're leading lady playing like you're the best friends like that is a great mind. You're not the best friend Those moments between irish and arthur. I loved you law. Love cameras are so many. Other great moments cameron diaz like tipping up. The wine at the store. Kill me live live. I know that moment girl. I feel it Also going on and eating what you want like that is like another emotion that i was like so feeling Yeah yeah what about you bill. Is there another seeing that sort of like when you think about this movie fondly or just like yeah this is the one. I'm going to pull up on youtube. Maybe oh god i'm guessing. Ride big fiscus sir. Brilliantly current is like it's. I denied this. Just something..
"tarn" Discussed on Hard Factor
"It did was eat a whole through his colon and swim into his abdomen causing him to require immediate emergency surgery alive. I mean that's like he is alive. Okay yeah and this is not the first second or third time. This has happened in china since two thousand seventeen as at least three other cases of shoving sales up their butts and almost dying from holes in their colons and then sometimes their intestines which then causes infections. As the poop from your tyson's mixes in with the rest of your bloodstream. That's a problem. That's not good so these guys and china's can't stop put neal's up butts. Yeah is their quarterback damon and see what is there. Some kind of like legend chinese legend like cures an illness by a folk tale folk remedy. That the some very constipated are willing to try. One of the men. When asked about the doctor how ill-gotten said must've swam up there before finally coming clean. No it is jammed. Its head into my rectum remedy corrects halley. He'll know what to do. And i question is thursday. They yeah didn't what it was supposed to do. Is clear the constipation. it's bit holes in his body. shockingly the eels. These stories all survived even heels humans to seeing an opportunity. Constipation drug mega. Lax has bought some billboards space in china with the slogan mega lacks doesn't taste great. But it's a lot better than sticking adult. Heal up your ass ratings. They're going to move a lot of unit. They're all need to do. They're gonna be selling rewrite history with ex lax. We know it tastes bad. Okay i want to read the original full volkmann. Yeah of the man who successfully turned his life around by shoving. Frank is a pre oldest prank in the world. Yeah it's it's either definitely either a great prank or the author just loved neil's up his ass. It's one of those two. There is a housing crisis. Going on in a lot of places right guys we. We know this the us for one but it's even worse than canada than wherever else. You're thinking because canada has the lowest number of housing units per one thousand residents of any g. seven country g. seven being the group of seven which is seven countries. That think they're pretty good economics the us the uk. Canada japan france germany and italy. So right well. china has just been surpassing them. They're on vitamin well. Financially surpassing the last several ill in the asa bombs aren't invited sink of being picked on online by other g seven countries. One canadian entrepreneur has decided to take matters into his own hands and founded a company in toronto called. Promise robotics that you guessed. It uses robots to help build homes okay. Yeah it's a separate kind of indifferent method than like just three d. printing of homes these robots just literally replace human carpenters. They learn how to put the house together. Step by step cutting wood putting together putting the whole the whole house together. Here's a picture of the founder and ceo promise robot robotics romped atar with his human replace robot carpenters behind they look like the robots that are like car manufacturing exactly. Yeah redoing car per house exactly not pictured as co founder and fellow hater of hardworking humans raza nasseri and in canada. The construction industry which is one of the slowest growing industries in terms of productivity creates about one hundred and forty one billion dollars in economic activity annually and employs. one point. four million people tarn asari said imagine doubling the money while having the labor force. And there's going to be in construction. Workers are guys with tools. So those robots they better be under lock and key or they will be like dismantle Like overnight while the thing about the robots. They don't drink on the job. Will you know time on their hands. And they got a pickup truck and then go five robot after work and they will point. There's a direct quote from from the future. I mean we named the fucking company. Promise robotics not dale. And steve takes smoke breaks and talk. Shit about their ex-wives taunting sorry said in the future law while defending the fact that the destroyed the carpentry profession. Yeah six six on the construction site though. We'll be down immensely down some of the best steaks to have though construction sites man classic in.
Egypt and the Arab Winter
"Arab spring. Well who doesn't love a democratic revolution. Who's not moved by. Brave protests is calling for the downfall of a brutal regime well a decade ago. That's precisely what happened in the streets of cairo and alexandria a wall of sound as egypt's vice president. I'm sulaiman announces that president hosni mubarak will step down the merciful. The compassionate seasons mahamat house entrusting mubarak has decided a month as president of the republic might have seconds after the announcement. Cairo erupted in celebrations. We are extremely happy. We are all aspiring future for egypt. We are not depending on the government anymore. This is the egyptian people. And this is the base of the new constitution now. The worldwide far the greater the egyptian uprising that culminated in the downfall of mubarak. This is ten years ago so february. Twenty eleven all. That was entirely understandable. Wasn't it after all all revolutions at least in the first few days they blissful and remember every tarn across the water arab world trembled. We already had president ali. Fleeing tunisia albany mubarak of course was toppled. Gaddafi was killed by fellow libyans. Assad of course. Vice the syrian sunni rebellion however. The egyptian uprising did not deliver a democratic outcome. Nor did the cycled arab spring really amount to a more liberal future for the region. Why noah feldman is professor of law at harvard law school. He's author of the arab winter. Tragedy noah welcome to. Abc's radio national. Thank you for having me take us back a decade ago so to the wave of popular protests that swept the middle east. There was something profoundly moving for anybody who cares about freedom in watching large numbers of people say enough is enough. We want to have a say in how things are done in our country and we want dignity and we want social justice and we want freedom. And that i think was the reason that all over the world people responded so positively to the arab spring. It's also the reason that the impulse to have these kinds of protests and change spread across the arabic speaking world to so many countries and so there was a sense of optimism but also a sense of gee what will come next and i think in some countries more than others a worry that what might come next might not be as positive as the protesters hoped what comes next. I mean for generations. It was widely believed that arabs. As opposed to site asians europeans africans latin americans. The widespread view was that arabs. Were uniquely allergic to democracy and of course the arab spring challenged narrative yet use site new book quote. It brought little good. The arab spring ultimately made many people's lives worse than they were before house are. That's a painful realization to reach especially for someone like me who believes very fundamentally that there is no country no culture no group of people organized by region or religion or language who have less in the way of aspiration to self government and freedom than any other but ultimately the reason i can conclude that it brought more harm than good. Is that in egypt. The process that began with democratization and experiment ended in a new dictatorship is bad and in many ways worse than the one that came before in syria the process of arab spring ultimate gave way to a vicious improve civil war. The gun to be sure by the syrian regime in its own defense that left almost half the population displaced either internally or externally and killed hundreds of thousands of people and pretty much the place in the arab world where things are measurably better as a result of the arab. Spring is the tiny country of tunisia. Which has actually the odds to build a functioning constitutional democracy. They still a lot of other problems. But that's just a tiny tiny piece of the much bigger picture in which things are either no better or in some cases much worse
"tarn" Discussed on Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas
"Hi story eights cold tongo an headcorn go tab bottle. It don't glisten there are two farms coal whores ball lot of poll gentle slope farm boy. The foot of love burst doc. Mountain and pepin farm next to the metals gentle slope farm is run by former on pepin farm farmer corn even though they do similar jobs and have quite similar farms in many ways the to thaw murders have nothing in common fucked. They are quite competitive. All ways arguing about who grows the best vase or who offstage date the best. The who has the most powerful tractor. Who's hayden later tastiest eggs or who has the best rubber boots any. Can you care to mention farmers. Tongo acorn will argue a bow and troy on coke heat with each other of bolton nothing invasive whole world may the more competitive done yearly ploughing contest. Pay was widened. Both farmers would take their tours and plows into the same failed on. Say who could play the earth up in the nativist law and end the quickest towing possible sort of rice way. You have to be very neat and very goad tractor. Driver of the contest would swap around every year while year on gentle slope arm. The next all pippen farm. Wow this year. The ploughing contest walls pippi held on farmer. Had headquarters pippen. Barb on him won't win it aven more than hey usually dade which walls odd about two hundred pay poll from the town had come down to watch and man that were tencent stolz setting cakes and multiples of toy tractors and even roy on some of the far machinery bought the nine attraction. Was the plowing called. Tash te on the rules were as follows. Both farmers must start at opposite ends on opposite soy of the same failed. And i most plowing. Who's bach unforced. And tell one is the first to get all their rows across to the middle of the field in the judges will compare. The rose are the farmer who gets to middle thirst hamas the house then they wayne if they get to the middle i on the author of farmers still has a nate. Ace rose that and they author farmer. When's three o'clock. Thumbers tangle and had corn up enter their two tractors which were parked in the yard. Falmer tarn goals was orange with a white cop and former headquarters was purple with a green cobb age gave each other one last stare before heading note opposite ends of the big failed very long. Gothard a long walden sullied most of them leaning on the stonewall some of them set in on each other's shoulders to watch the main george mayor dobbin storage on the judging platform with his big hooter on hayes. Mega thal on farmers ready. Both tangle on headcorn revved today engines of bear trotters on poulton levers in their that lower plowing blades into the her then <hes>. So the mayor. The oath bars gently pushed their feet down on. The accelerators of air tractors
Tangle and Headcorn Go To Battle
"Hi story eights cold tongo an headcorn go tab bottle. It don't glisten there are two farms coal whores ball lot of poll gentle slope farm boy. The foot of love burst doc. Mountain and pepin farm next to the metals gentle slope farm is run by former on pepin farm farmer corn even though they do similar jobs and have quite similar farms in many ways the to thaw murders have nothing in common fucked. They are quite competitive. All ways arguing about who grows the best vase or who offstage date the best. The who has the most powerful tractor. Who's hayden later tastiest eggs or who has the best rubber boots any. Can you care to mention farmers. Tongo acorn will argue a bow and troy on coke heat with each other of bolton nothing invasive whole world may the more competitive done yearly ploughing contest. Pay was widened. Both farmers would take their tours and plows into the same failed on. Say who could play the earth up in the nativist law and end the quickest towing possible sort of rice way. You have to be very neat and very goad tractor. Driver of the contest would swap around every year while year on gentle slope arm. The next all pippen farm. Wow this year. The ploughing contest walls pippi held on farmer. Had headquarters pippen. Barb on him won't win it aven more than hey usually dade which walls odd about two hundred pay poll from the town had come down to watch and man that were tencent stolz setting cakes and multiples of toy tractors and even roy on some of the far machinery bought the nine attraction. Was the plowing called. Tash te on the rules were as follows. Both farmers must start at opposite ends on opposite soy of the same failed. And i most plowing. Who's bach unforced. And tell one is the first to get all their rows across to the middle of the field in the judges will compare. The rose are the farmer who gets to middle thirst hamas the house then they wayne if they get to the middle i on the author of farmers still has a nate. Ace rose that and they author farmer. When's three o'clock. Thumbers tangle and had corn up enter their two tractors which were parked in the yard. Falmer tarn goals was orange with a white cop and former headquarters was purple with a green cobb age gave each other one last stare before heading note opposite ends of the big failed very long. Gothard a long walden sullied most of them leaning on the stonewall some of them set in on each other's shoulders to watch the main george mayor dobbin storage on the judging platform with his big hooter on hayes. Mega thal on farmers ready. Both tangle on headcorn revved today engines of bear trotters on poulton levers in their that lower plowing blades into the her then So the mayor. The oath bars gently pushed their feet down on. The accelerators of air tractors
"tarn" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And Michael Riedel. In the morning, 7 10 Wooo are well, we've got this a tropical storm headed our way. And I guess some of it is here because I got an email from someone in Rockland County used to the rain is just coming down in sheets. Nothing right here in Manhattan. Yet, though it is great, But we're in for a doozie. I think so. Let's check in with W. R. Whether Channel meteorologist Ray Stages to get the latest on the tropical storm. Good morning, right. Good morning, Michael. Um, yeah, pretty sharp cut off where the heaviest rain is that's pushing North, now up into the bid up parts and valiant also out across Wester, the western northwestern part of Jersey were very heavy Rain is coming down right now. So just because you said, man saying, Well, luck in making rain. Well, yeah, We're not getting a yet. But as you get in the Sussex and western Morris County, 100 or more counting into the Poconos, it is raining and raining hard. His we expected Around the city. Long Island stuff with Connecticut scattered areas of showers. Thunderstorms this morning where he had around earlier so there will be breaks in the action except for the Garys previously mentioned west and north of the rain. Steadier. There's a flash flood watch. And there's a tropical storm warning because lo From Lisa is still sits down now trying to get a location on it out over there have to be chair that road's area in Southeast Virginia, so that low still got quite a ways to go and it will get here and get pretty close to us. Mid day early afternoon is when we expect to see the steadiest rain here in the city and some heavy rain and gusty winds at times, maybe the tropical storm force from about two until maybe six o'clock now for picking up a little bit. The rain may shut off a little bit longer, So I think around the city the worst yet to come this afternoon, West and north, you're seeing heavy rain, and it's just going to continue. Michael. It looks like the areas in West Jersey and a pinto. Southeastern New York state around Orange County that the Putnam County Dutchess County and just south of Albany, you're going to get some of the heaviest rainfall, maybe 45 possibly six inches. I think the rainfall totals tempered a bit here around the city. Just thinking about 13 inches yesterday. Think about that today, anywhere from Prince to baby up to two or three inches, depending on whether you get heavier downpours are not so there still could be some flooding. That's why the flash flood watches in place. And then we'll be on the favorable side for the potential for severe storms. And maybe even some Tauron attic sells up now down near Philadelphia. Just seen a tornado warning pop up, So we're gonna run that threat to so as we go to late morning and the sap that in certainly go on aware what's going on around you, especially if we get some of those tornado warnings. Wait. Tornado warnings That's that's and rain are Locusts. Locusts coming? That really looks like legs, right? Ah, well, maybe they're not far behind, right? It isn't in the year for I don't know that 17 year Locusts. Or maybe it is. Maybe it isn't But, you know, I just do one f aside just because Not getting the heavier rain. Now in some areas are mentioned in west Northwest jersey. And just the dorks. We think we'll get a secretary now come down hard, come down hard at times with gusty winds. So I think they'll be some localized flooding, but the worst of it should be west and north in terms of the heaviest rain. All right. W o R Weather Channel meteorologist raced a GIC ray, We're gonna check in with you throughout the morning, okay? Okay, so good guys. Thanks. I appreciate it. So God, tornadoes that you know, that's the first time, he said. He called it toward Tarn Arctic tern attic which was trying to like Bury the leads to part of the story. I mean, you say tornadoes that you get my get my attention. Absolutely have you ever so I've never seen a tornado in my life of, you know? No, I haven't. I thought, you know, you only had tornadoes out in Kansas and our Dorothy lives. Well, apparently according to rate or not, tornadic was that he said Tornado Tornado I love I love Race Meteorologist lingo do points. Tor na addict excels you got, but you gotta know it Only all kidding aside, folks, I mean, I did get an email from someone up in one of our loyal listeners in Rockland County, said. It is really coming down cats and dogs as my grandmother used to say, it's coming down like cats and dogs. Nothing right here in the In the city just yet, But I guess we're going to get hit later on this afternoon, so but be be be aware of the storm that is headed your way and the Well, those tor, not Icka, they sells funnel shaped tarnak things. Alright, time for the news at 7 30 from job are like Good morning, Joe. Good morning, Michel Mayor De Blasio says We need to be ready for anything. Maybe Tor, not IQ hurricane Now A tropical storm is coming our way. There is a potential the guy's way. We can't laugh about the storm. I was told this is something serious. We have to take this seriously. So no jokes about this, okay? Knock it off. Bartlett. Yeah, if you sound like, you know what? Wow, a tropical storm. Where have you been? Don't know. Have you ever seen storms before? No, I'm happy now. Usually that's right. During your old career, you would sleep through all of this. Absolutely. I did. All right, anyway, You're wide awake here and we have to be ready. According to Mayor Blasio for the potential of six inches of rain, even 60 mile an hour winds believe it. We're not taking any chances at all. And for everyone who lived through Hurricane Sandy, you will remember. That we got a lot more than we bargained for. And we've seen that with snow storms as well. We want to make sure we're always ready. You go. Don't worry. Has got you covered. Come on. I mean, um I really, um I really comfortable knowing that this guy is on my side. He's got me covered here in the city. DiBlasio..
"tarn" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"My periods are forcing me to go to fucking school. I don't fucking want to do this. I want to start a business. I'm like leave. Uh all these kids talking shit but they want mommy's money. Don't take mommy's money in fucking start a business each shit for a decade and do your thing but no everybody wants. Both you're not gonna be able to have both bro. They're not gonna move. They'll appease you and run you around on until you quit so what you can't fight them. They have all the fucking leverage. What are you gonna fight him with that awesome coat you're wearing you can't fight something that has all the leverage. You're asking got it yeah. Whoever ever asks loses jeez. Hey gary very what's up. Hey my name's tarn tensely pretty much since day one. Thank you few weeks ago. I had a dream about you. Don't worry p._g. And but it was is actually hoping it was x. With that can be arranged. Go ahead and basically bumps into after talk and i gave it this really really smart marketing idea similar to the sixty second club okay and then you're like holy crap and then you offered me a job and i was like oh i i was crazy and then we hug to further yeah yeah yeah good and then <hes> and then i work up and i saw an advertisement for this. I'm like either. Instagram has access to my thoughts. God is telling me something. God's also telling you something. I had to come here and i was wondering if i could take a photo with you can and okay awesome and my question is. I think it's true for some of the people in this room is if you have no idea what business start like a lot of resources online yup ah about scaling yes but like i've done volunteer work for the past two years psychology business background okay. I don't know what business to start at this point in my life so <music>. How do we go about finding out what we wanna. Do you know my big thing. Is that this young of an age. I think people should taste shit. I think of starting a business the way i think about are finding out what your favorite food is. I think you should just go do things that intuitively feel potentially right. You know the you don't know oh exactly but you know there's things you're interested in and i would lean into those interests whether skateboarding or cooking or on education online or sneaker flick you have interests and leaning into those i think work right so my interests are basically just. I like creative creative. Things and helping people good very broad. You're gonna have to narrow. You're going to have to go more narrow like those are feelings things you have you have interest underneath that you painting his creative being an entrepreneur and coming up with business ideas as creative like there's a lot of different versions. You're you're going to have to go to your point lower. I also like helping people and being creative but i- manifested that into wind business into a client service business into into content. You're going to have to go lower cool awesome not a lotta. I'll use that wrong corn markle people anyways here. You're that was devastating christian. What are your tips for students. I after graduating high school top-five advice for weather for graduating high school top five tips for graduating highschool. I on school got it well. I mean i mean i think number. One through five has to be self awareness so instead of giving you something generic which is what the mercy is for me when i'm putting out content. Let's go different. What are you actually asking me well on script. Fuck your script like yeah there. We go what what are you. What what are you trying was self draw..
"tarn" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Free sticker. Sticker, man important Tim beat the so what are some of the other program, where some of the other cool stuff? So some of the panel discussions that I'm excited about are taking place over the course of Saturday and Sunday On Saturday. We close with a panel by a bunch of game designers game developers to talk about how developing that type of world where people can occupy it and, and experiment within it is a great simulation engine for future space. Exploration, we've invited Frank Lance from NYU and Lawrence. Scott, who is a developer for psycho nuts, Tarn Adams, who it's fantastic. It's fantastic game. I it's I think, let's see. Is it? I can't remember the producer. But if you look like nice, you'll find it quickly and then video games I play some of the older ones and psycho I played video games. Well, we don't have a system, but we will we know all the older school ends, but also on the panel is Jonathan blow who's responsible for the braid which is kinda. This weird game where you can manipulate times, you don't die if you make a mistake, you can slow things down. You can go backwards, and that's really fine in Tarn Adams, did dwarf fortress, which is a really hugely popular game from two thousand eleven I think it was built in now. It's available on steam. So all of these people are very formidable in the realm, and they can talk in the realm, and they can talk about what it's like to create new worlds, and what it's like to occupy does, and what can be learned that way. Or once again, is this something being considered taught thought about epicenter institute as some kind of interface? Well, actually same generations are interfaces between now and the future where we're headed. I think that's that's really funny that you bring it up. So the interplanetary project is many things so far, it's just been the festival. But that's the kind of pick up steam for a larger project which is a global access through some sort of a platform. And we think the best way to do that would be to develop a video game. And so we are designing currently video game. The working title is interplanetary calamity, but we shall see what happens. But essentially, you develop a deck full of resources, based on what knowledge. And you may or may not have attained from actually taking courses through our online, education platform, or reading, scifi, novels and proving that you did, so, and then you can play those cards and in so doing develop your perfect planet and determine how robusta resilient it is against. Interplanetary. Calamities. The kind of the, the downside of video games like violence, violence, or like wasting your entire, you know, twenties sitting on the couch playing video games. Well, there's a twenty year old who makes like nineteen million dollars a year playing video games. I don't know what you could also be a downside that could be downside. I think it's kinda cool. Made millions of dollars is always positive, but he, he could be a philanthropist to be. I don't know. But I, I think that I wouldn't mind, ninety million dollars a year playing video games. No. I think I don't know the building a planet is necessarily a violent act. I hope it isn't, although I think the calamities that might be fall, you're playing it should be violent zoological alliance against humanity is one such David came up with. So it'd be nice to the animals. Everyone. All right. So you guys are doing a lot of this. You mentioned the online education component that the Santa Fe institute. So we have a website. It's complexity explorer and inflexibly explored that you dot com. They all redirect actually. But you can find that the Santa Fe for complexity explorer, and it's an online, open, huge resource for short courses tutorials, and massive audience. Well, so, for instance, we've just launching one on the origins of life, but we have one that's always open and free to take, and it's an introduction to complexity. So it's kind of the one on one of the type. Log on forty two thousand current. Yeah, it's, it's a hugely. I mean, it's, it's obviously a very well tapped resource. But I think that it's under the entire unit within the entire universe that we know of. Yeah, but so, I think broadly globally popular, but a lot of people in downtown complexity complexity, that's yeah. It's a it's a really fantastic course. And that's open always. And then there are other fun ones like Brockton. Scaling is always really cool and very popularly taken. So for information on those.
"tarn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"And where I'm going with this is people are being murdered, because the elected officials in the house of representatives are playing, they, they call it playing politics. They're playing power and plunders what they're doing. They're playing one hundred percent socialist crime family. But before we get into that, listen to this federal government spends a disproportionate amount of this is out of reason magazine. Magazine is that there. What do they call them libertarian magazine? The, the federal government spends a disproportionate amount of budget for outside contractors in the final month of the fiscal year that they're scrambling to spend the money to have as agencies rush to blow through cash before it's too late among the most noteworthy expenditures, do thousand eighteen and do go. I hope you're sitting down take a poll on that bottle. Do okay. Here we go. According to the watchdog group, which is called open the books four point six million dollars was spent on lobster tail crab. Gotta spend the money somehow really do. I think is it time Tarn feathers yet? I think I think it's past that I'm pretty sure past such use it or lose. It spending stems from the fact that each federal agency has given a certain amount of money, it can spend on outside contractors for the fiscal year. If the agency comes under budget, congress might decide to appropriate less money, the following zero based budget thing, where they, they want to say, hey, look, we needed everything you gave us because we spent it they never asked how to spend it. Well, if they are they get a pass on this congressman Senator during the same thing, they're just not doing it because they're a budget out there, too much money. They're over at clydes Georgetown swilling the top shelf expensive martinis and getting themselves some lobster, and crab Albert Ebbets grow as the office. Oscar, which is offices. Oscar Martinez explains to Michael Stoute Scott in surplus your mom. Me and daddy gave you ten dollars to open. Eleven it's so you can go out and buy cups and by lemons and my sugar. And now you found out that it only costs you nine bucks an extra dollar so you can give the dollar back to mommy and daddy. But guess what? Next summer when you ask them for money, they're going to give you nine bucks. I love it. Yeah. That's exactly it is the office. So I want you to let that sink in don't let that one or the other. What time to game on our federal government, spent four point and this happens every year, but they spent four point six million. And that's just on this particular. Well these two items lobster. And lobster tail and crap. Now how many lobster tails did you eat last week? And I'm not talking a little tiny lobster tail. I'm not talking you went to Red Lobster lobster. I'm talking big ass honking lobster tails. How many how much did you? I didn't think so. I didn't need a lot either. Federal agencies spent four point four hundred two point two million dollars on food just that month. Look at some of these other items here, and these, this is everybody from veteran's affair department of homeland security. Health and human services. Now, if our and this is crazy, and cool unusual is it sounds to abusing aren't our tax dollars. What really really, really hits home. And this is something that people can't seem to get their heads wrapped around, if we had politicians that will worth a damn. I mean even the ones that stand up say, no, you don't get it. They don't see how things working on her stand. Not one of them is calling for shutting down the department of education. Let that sink in that seems radical to you something's horribly wrong as that radical at all permanent of education was brought about by by Jimmy Carter. But before that back in the thirties, it was actually a case made that we needed a department of education, in the United States of America, by a straight up American communist, because he wanted to hijack every local school system and then take it out of the hands of the church. Now, the hands of the parents, and they wanted to unify it so that it was nothing more than communist propaganda, and people have just gone along with that ever since. And so when you start thinking about whether or not you're elected officials. One of the good guys bad guys ask him what have you done to get rid of the department of education? I can think of only one elected official. This done anything has names Thomas Massie, and he is out of Kentucky. Thomas Massie now. He's he's wrong on a couple of the things but he's one hundred percent right? On that. And that Meriva he, he came up with a one page Bill that sunset it out. The department of education on December thirty first two thousand seventeen. Didn't get time of day didn't see any sunlight, none of Paul Ryan immediately stuck at somewhere under who knows where shredded it. But that, that's, that's just that example alone that's radical to pick another department. What why would we ever gazillion years need hell department of urban development that came about so that people could game the system for housing inside the ghetto in the ghetto and inner cities back in the day. Yeah. So anyway, now back to where I was initially going with this. And again, another example of how the government is betraying governments betraying us they walk around and talk a good game. And they sit on the committees and talk in front of the camera on C span. But really when you see these people think I don't care what they have an after their name or d after their name. They're betraying us betraying US F and no other level because they're not standing up in screaming as. Loud as they possibly can. And talking like I do. Not because I'm cool. I am. But that's not why is that because I doing something that's that special other than digging doing the homework they could do the same thing, and, and they'd say, well, you don't get there on does do any good at his talk. It really. What does do good? What does do it to do what then to do what to, to sanctions that the government has taken over student loans? You don't wanna stop that from happening that the parliament of education is completely useless. And that were funding Betsy DeVos oftentimes into a global common core. Are you didn't know that read new American magazine about two two issues back the new American magazine, by the way? That's one of the things you can do for people. You can give people subscriptions to the new American magazine. Whereas before with discovery of betraying us financially raping us and really not really helping any way to make things better making things a lot worse. The fatherless, Colorado school kid, he was deported. Twice got back in now. Jose EDS Quintana. That's the father of the shooting suspect my Alec McKinney as a Mexican national, who was deported in April twenty first two thousand seventeen and on December nine two thousand ten the Kinney, along with the Devon Ericsson are there guilty are suspected shooters at the stem school, Highland ranch, which left one dead eight students injured. Douglas county sheriff department also rested Quintana in two thousand eight for kidnapping menacing with a weapon evading police in a car driving a lot of license, and they released him on bail. He was released on bail. His criminal history includes domestic violence. This is the father of the psychotic kit against hairstyles. Morgan Lynn McKinney, who ended up before or what medicine with a weapon two thousand nine he was sentenced to fifteen months in prison with all charges when, when all the charges besides the charge against Morgan McKinney dropped illegal alien comes here. Does all this charges are dropped. You tell me that one single politician. And the Republicans will say, well, we can't do anything. Our hands are tied Nancy Pelosi controls the congress, I don't care. I don't care. You can stand in front of a C span camera at three o'clock in the morning. And you could talk like I'm talking. And you can you can do that every night. I tell you what ticket break rather night, you could talk like that wherever you go at every cocktail party every single place you go in DC, and you come Becker for your stupid coffee, klatches where you get people together an act like you're serving. Constituency, you can talk like this. Yeah, you can bring this to their attention. You could get a good. I'd say ten coffee klatches out, just destroy alone. That,.
"tarn" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"Searched my name area Awani, and there you go. I'll meet you there. And we're gonna have a great time. All right. So that's the exciting news. Literally a dream come true on everyone here at ESPN Elizabeth, Glenn Daniel. Everyone who's been working on this. Thank you. I can't wait for it. All right. This is the lineup today, and then we'll get to our first guest of the day. Around three forty five we're going to be joined by the new UFC straw champion there. She is just coming off that win over rose, number unison. I'm looking forward Tiner, I do believe first time in the history of the program that we have just gone. Drudge on very exciting. Police Spencer is going to join us at around three thirty I'm looking forward to talking too much riyal zone Felicia Spencer coming up that big win over Megan Anderson on Saturday. The former Invicta featherweight champion how about half L dough Santos he will join us as well that skipped someone may have skipped someone. Oh, yes, yes, no senators. There we go. There he is. He's coming off that big win over Kevin Lee. I'm looking forward to talking to him huge win for him. He snaps his two fight losing streak. He gets the win over the wrestler. And now he is back, the former UFC lightweight champion late edition. Tarn woodley. That's when I got confused about he's going to join us at around three o'clock talk about why he pulled out of the fight against Robbie Lawler, that was supposed to take place, June twenty-ninth in Minnesota. And we'll get an update on his hand where he's at mentally physically. So I appreciate Tyron Woodley for stopping by agreeing to doing the show, Michelle pa- head out who I told you about moments ago had an amazing outstanding debut on Saturday. What victory for him against Danny Roberts. I mean, if you missed it, I don't know where where you have been. He's flipping all over the place guys. Crying on the way, the cage is doing like these break dancing moves. I mean he's just unbelievable excited to have him on the show. How about Raymond Daniels? Remember a couple of weeks ago, you had the seven twenty knockout and bell tower Biltmore Birmingham. The kickboxing great now enemy fighter for bell tour..
"tarn" Discussed on CarCast
"And that's coming up in March as well. They was at the L A convention center. And I think it was an Anaheim for for a few years, and it's the big event like all the Discovery Channel people go and all that stuff. But like March sixteenth seventeenth at OC fairgrounds or the fair and event center. I forgot which way which day we're going down there. But you're the grand marshal. Yeah. Get my sash and sceptre right out of storage. We're getting cleaned clean. Well, don't clean don't clean the sceptre killing the sash. Okay. And if you do the sceptre eight is. Got thirty eight percent Tarn axe. Okay. Thirty three percent white vinegar and the other third is just distilled water. Perfect creation. Understood. Yes, that's my sceptre cleaning formula, get them. Get them out. Yes. So I shall be the grand Marsha what's that mean free bear, I think so. All right. What are they gonna have their? Here's a bunch of people going. I know that like I think Bruce Meyer had was a grand marshal at one point can link filters said he's been going to the events since it started, and he enjoys it. So I think there's going to be a pretty big car event there and. You have to see the list of everybody that's going pretty much like every TV automotive TV personality will be there. So we look for your bringing some cars Adam to that. Yeah. How many cars are bringing to two? We haven't decided which we should bring one and tell them the Hino transport counts as car. Yeah. Kind of should which we put in the he. No. I don't know. Well, you always gotta put a very, yeah. In there. I people people love the very five ten so much. Yeah. Although if we don't take well, take the Hino don't take the Hino. But I maybe we should bring that different drummer car. A new car that is a cool piece edition you Adam Dave kin dig is going to be there. We love him get design Mike Finnegan wing Carini Lyn sT, James way. Volvo. Yeah. He let let dinner. Yeah. Poggi from all girls garage. She's a sweetheart. She's a good BMW tech as well. Oh, that's your girl. Bo yet of of Arizona. Yeah. And I don't know if Christie Lee is going or Chris Jacobs. They probably they're probably all going. Well, we'll be out there. And we'll bring some cars. And is there theme is far as the cars go. I don't think there is. So we're talking off there on my show on ACS about Joe Gibbs Joe Gibbs racing. And how we went one two three at Daytona last weekend, which is impressive. But even more impressive to me because I know he's won three Superbowls. And that's an incredible. It's incredible career. I don't think he's ever beaten a Super Bowl and his head coach of the Redskins. And they've now again, Bella check as one six Super Bowls. I think but he's OSs three three or four three. I think he's lost a few which is pretty amazing. Most guys have one Super Bowl, but they many of them have lost one or two as well. As part of the part of how go so though, not not not over at the trying to think I don't think the forty Niners have ever lost the Super Bowl or maybe they didn't recent. They re. Yeah. They did. Yeah. They lost one and a half per, Nick. Right. Who are they playing Baltimore? It was the Harbaugh brothers ever go. That's the one. All right. So, but none of the old famed coaches from San Francisco, Bill, Walsh and. What's the other coach? Anyway, they never lost during the anyway. Joe Gibbs is one three Super Bowls never lost the Super Bowl. And then he dominates racing as well. That that's a lot of rain. It's a hell of a career to careers tell the careers, and then makes all the oils and does all the stuff. Yes. Well, it's a pretty amazing career. Yeah. I don't know. You know what? I'll bet you that guys religious is Christian. Oh is he? Yeah. I know they're opening no thoughts about it. But that is not the work of an atheist. I come from Avis. They're like shake chill out, man. Where are you going? Yeah. Man. Take a little token..
"tarn" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"The distance dolomite sue had a friend, though, who has one of those electric wheelchairs in vacant book ago that. Pretty fast. I can go pretty fast. An aside from that I've been trying out this week was trying things like in, in creativity. I've been trying on expl-. I was having issues with OB on for my setup was having issues with it, but expert has thing called adaptive bit rate and tonight, seems to be working pretty well. It's still drop if you're drops pretty fast, it'll still frames, but realizes okay, what's, what's your current medium? It'll be like, okay, I'm gonna drop your bit. Right down to here. And then we will slowly keep checking to see if we can take you back up. So I I've been liking that. And I like how it's running Seaview had to recreate all my scenes, so definitely liking the software and it's part of the always be experiencing and never let problem, stop you talking with somebody today about how there are some who will see problem and it'll just it's an obstacle for me. I've never been that way. I'm always like Houston's problem. Okay, what do I need to do to get round that helped me better understand people who get up obstacles? Because then that way I'm not frustrated with them because, like, okay, no it's just how we see the world and we see the world in different ways so loving expert in. We'll see how it goes. And I had a question or something I wanted expert to do what on their discord, they said, Tony absolutes about, that's awesome. They have a very active dischord and they have a support team. And they even have live chat today. I started doing the stream of Chapman, female Bs had a really cool Chapada that you could put in, but I don't have that with experts. So I was like they have downloadable one and I now have a new pot. That is called Omni spark, and I also renamed the mystic spot and dischord Amish marks because I wanted to kind of make it like it's the same actually for bought with the same name. The I is all working together. And then in well lovling. A lot of love like a monster. Intel is now ninety three. So I went to the valley. The four winds did not see Tosh Mahfoud any and fresh to leave. I looked around, but Leo out said, they're probably working on the next door like. Absolutely. That makes sense. What is into is? He is a hunter. And he is a high mountain Tarn, how you like in high mountain, I love the Antlers. I've always loved Tarin the orbiter -ception is so perfect for me. 'cause the gnome it turned into a Tarin horns like my opposite thing vote, probably because of the height. The Antlers gave you a little extra height to. Schrimm. The Michael Jordan of Tarrant. Let's super tall, but I cannot play like, Michael, Jordan. Kim. None of us can I definitely can't like aside from that projects are going. Well each week is a new adventure for me. So, like, once I published, I'm saying it is onto the next thing. Always trying to things just like explicit. And I all spent a new tool called Ulysses. I can't say that word, but it's a Lincoln to show notes, but it works markdown I have learned the joys of markdown for four ratty. Yeah. Mark towns. Nice ashlin, and I love markdown keep things standard. Then he can say L can, you expert, this HTML or plain, text, or rich techs, I love it. So I've been moving everything over to Ulises or leasees. However, that goats well before we move onto the community question, I've got three questions for the both of you about creativity. All right. So what was the biggest challenge you've had to overcome? It's currently Cianci, I'm going through right now. And that's persistence consistency is key. When? Your concentrator. And I know I definitely failed on that front. Just mostly for the fact that I have work in. I've got other things that I need to tend to I've learned that it's just something that I need to do. Like I need to make a plan and stick to it. That's why I brought back the freezing. No mad because I want to go back and make it a consistent thing which I still need to record before the end of this week. So I'm trying to stick to it. That's my biggest obstacle. Yeah. Very little rest of the week. Getting a cold didn't help at all. Yeah. Now, so I think you have to anchor yourself down and. Time to share? I would say my biggest challenge has actually, especially in the last few years just been my health. There's so much I wanna do. I'm working on a book, I'm working on a couple of websites, obviously. I would like to continue rating cliche. Like to do a couple of new podcasts. And none of that has happened because of my health performing is something I'd like to do a little more of. And it's like I have the time to do all these things, I think, but if somebody were to be asking the questions so you like to work on your book now. Or would you like to take a nap and the nap always wins and it's weird? I never used to be able to nap now cannot just fine, but I can't sleep at night and it's not because I now even if I don't nap I can't sleep at night. It's kind of hilarious because it'll be like, oh, I don't know, get like two to four hours of sleep at night, and then I'll go to work, and then I'll come home, and I'll be like, okay bye. I'll just now you know, so then I don't get anything done. I'm still stuck on chapter one of the vocab working on. So I still haven't brought my websites live and I used to be one of those people who had just do that stuff, you know, really quickly and it hasn't been happening. So that's, that's my biggest challenge right now. When I do have energy, I tend to procrastinate. But right now, it's not so much procrastination as just gonna sleep. No. You want to do it, but you can't exactly like passionate about doing. It's like I need to do the no just now. And what would you say is the best thing that has happened to you since you started at all started, why creativity the orchestra working at the dinner theater with the horse puppies horse puppies? Is that what you call them? They really are like big puppy dogs. Yeah, they are. I love horses and love the personality. That's my always love seeing I never owned one, but at least love hearing, the stories of like the personality and yeah. Now remembering all of the things was so curator like hearing, all like the stories of the horse horse wanting to do this, like, no. We need to do this final one. Yeah. Their stuff. Yeah. Yeah. They are we got to perform on, and I think it's the last performance I was in. We got to perform at a gaming convention in DC for two thousand people, and now was just absolutely wonderful. That's incredible. We're really happy of us have been something else, while the video's actually up on the internet. Just don't look at me 'cause. Really strange. I think you're cool, I do too. Thank you. The best thing that happened me since I started odd casting, I would have to say last year when I launched the freezing nomad there's a buddy of mine name James Richards English guy. And I don't know. Like he he works for blizzard any kind of commented on his on his Twitter. And he's like, hey, if you're concentrator like you know, show me because I wanna get your name out there, and I was like, well, here's this thing that I'm working on. I haven't really done anything with the and then he retrieved it. He's like, hey, let's help my buddy out here. You know, I like what he's got say. And then he's like a huge audience from it. I was like. And that was like one of the, the cooler things that has happened since I started podcasting. He really gave me a kick in the pants keep going. That's. Awesome. James Rogers is like I think project man, derived blizzard, and yeah, I great person on twitch grapes in on Twitter. I love their Twitter. They have great post and all that. And I bet it's fun getting that, that recognition like I worked on this project, people like it. Yeah. And he plays a mean junk rat to oh. I wonder if he's like one reason I don't go into war in, in while I'm always afraid that I'm going to run into fist because have you seen this Twitter it just like the, the anger toward alliance? I'm still afraid. Oh my God. President. I think you get a free pass though. Maybe maybe. Pete combs. Oh, yeah. We are always the jokes. So what is the best piece of advice anyone has ever given? You would probably be from jill's Markkanen. And they said just just start just start. I asked him like, hey, like I wanna do this podcast thing I wanna stream like what should I do? And they told me just start if you build it, they will come. And it's that was that was the best spice. You know, I think everybody had had that struggle of just starting something. Yeah. Yeah. That's very true. For me, I think it would be well, actually it's kind of two different pieces of advice. But don't let anybody tell you what you can't do a very good haggen vice. And it's okay to take care of yourself. That is also very solid advice. Snuck an extra one. Because I think that's great. Because I I'm with you that there's no gatekeeper on creativity. One of the reasons why anchors been so successful is anybody can start and anybody can find that love for gas thing. I mean, and you're the only one who can decide your destiny. Yeah. Exactly right. It's like one of my favorite black Sabbath songs have it in hell hole. Song is all about choosing your own path your destiny. And that's why I've always enjoyed that something I've always taken with me. And sometimes is also great to talk with people. One thing I love is being able to talk with the community and ask them a question. So my question if while were a dinner theater, what would this shope like? Whenever you got that from. Yeah. Well wonder? What was that? And funny thing real quick. I was at a mystery dinner theater. And one of the actors was on cadence Cal. And I, I, I was just so has a kid so excited like they run kid in kill man jammed growing up who loves Ord soda orange soda. Are you going to into it? I forgot how. True. I do. I do. I do. I have no idea what you're talking about. It's just become like pretentious nineties, kids, like only ninety kids. Yeah, you remind me of the babe what the bay. But the power the power voodoo you do. Oh, I love that. Like I love to get a love labyrinth never seen dark crystal own. I got my, my. Okay. See everybody. Somebody else who's probably very upset with me is Allie said, great question. Lots of fun ways to answer the first thing that came to my head, though, was dancing Merlin. Cts. Absolutely. I. Yes, I lock very well. Have you seen Turkey we'll even do like the little dance? The kick the frog in. Oh, I saw that. I was like 'cause I always wanted that, that Birla from bliss con than the first one, but I couldn't get it those Turkey does that..
"tarn" Discussed on WTVN
"Now, it's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up our gas. And you don't guess what I got up. I guess and you don't Ron burger do podcast right now. I'm a little terrified because I don't know what a podcast is. Let's take some calls. Caller, number one. You're on with Ron burgundy what's on your mind? Collars, no callers. No because people aren't listening, and we'll check got it. If you are listening to this and have downloaded by mistake. Please turn it off. Now. Turn it off. I didn't sleep because I was worried sick about the fact that we were going to record the show in my haunted garage. No. The whole crews here. Okay. All right. Okay. I am a man likes a good rare pilot meat. A sip. From a crystal goblet now L even smoke one of those cigarettes, Warren Buffett passes around in circles at his men's only to put it simply I like to indulge. So it's no wonder I enjoyed my two days at the cheesecake factory. So if you're Taurus, your horoscope is come on pull you together. I tell you. I saw you defecate was reduced to my basic. So there I was on Christmas Eve sitting in my blood cake footy pajamas, receiving fifty eight stitches from dermatologists neighbor, Dr James Tarn cross once again, not a doctor or a dermatologist or a neighbor just a creep a lot of Cologne. Trying to get into my mom's pants. Through her kid by dressing as Santa the. Komo. It's an podcast right there. So again, it's hot it's live. It's fresh. It's now and you can check it out at iheartradio dot com. The first installment ready to rip..
"tarn" Discussed on WTVN
"It's the Ron burgundy podcasts. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't guess what I got up gas. And you don't Ron burgundy. Podcast right now, I'm a little terrified because I don't know what a podcast is. Let's take some calls. Caller, number one. You're on with Ron burgundy what's on your mind? No run there any callers snow callers. No because people aren't listening, and we'll check got it. If you are listening to this and have downloaded by mistake. Please turn it off. Now. Turn it off. I didn't sleep because I was worried sick about the fact that we were going to record the show in my haunted garage. The whole here. Okay. All right. Okay. I am a man who likes her good rare pile of meat, a sip. From a crystal goblet now L even smoke one of those cigarettes, Warren Buffett passes around in circles at his men's only up to put it simply I like to indulge. So it's no wonder I enjoyed my two days at the cheesecake factory. So if you're Taurus, your horoscope is come on pull you together. I tell you. I saw you defecate was reduced to my basic. Severe. I was Christmas Eve sitting in my blood cake footy pajamas, receiving fifty eight stitches from dermatologists neighbor, Dr James Tarn Krause once again, not a doctor or a dermatologist or a neighbor. A creep a lot of Cologne. Trying to get into my mom's pants. Through their kid by dressing as Santa. The. Rumba? It's and podcast. The Ron burgundy podcast is launched my friends. So we've been hearing about this. I know a couple of months, Tom, three months, two months been a long time since before the end of the year last year of but it's finally up finally Rowland. And there's just a snippet just a just a tiny taste just to a trickle. From what will soon be a spigot of comedy, Ron burgundy, you know, you'll love them. You can't live without him. A now podcasts. Keep you up to date on that time will you monitor that as new information becomes available on Mr. burgundy that we can bring this to our listeners. So they can go and suckle at the teat all day every day. What's that? No, you're not to play a flute. Just just you can just talk to me. I mean, just because he's doing his thing. Doesn't mean we have to change. What we do. You can just do what you do which is talking my ear. So I can hear that. I tell people this is what's happening. So it is what's happening and it's up on iheartradio. And it's well. Despite how I feel about will Ferrell you'll love it. It's just fantastic five forty. Let's get an update on the forecast, foggy in fact, dense fog advisory up for most of central Ohio through the morning most visibilities in the area less than a mile less than a mile. We're seeing that this morning for sure. So.
"tarn" Discussed on Back To Back
"I think you're right that like the weather was a part of it. And you know, you think about out here there every day in the world is living in LA right now. But it doesn't feel like a family. Yeah. And I think there's something to that that because we kinda share that experience in those formative years. Yeah. I mean, and I wanted to go back and talk about those those early parties too because I think that's where the spirit of everything that even what you're doing. Now. Like, that's where it all started. Right. And you know, I talked earlier that you were detail oriented about what you're doing. And I think to me you've always been that way a little bit. Like, I remember the early parties where the get out of the hood parties, and even when they were in some tiny bar with, you know, whatever seventy five people or whatever it was there. All you guys always had the little touches. Right. And to me, it was like always like I can look back on it. And it was always predicting what was going to come later on like, I remember one party that either I opened for or maybe I just went to the prior member. But. You guys had you built like a UFO yet. That was suspended above the deejay booth in some super dangerous lawsuits situation, and even that to me, and I want you to talk about that. But I all I wanted to say that to me was like even back in those days like that was the early stage production that now everybody has right? And I think that was something special about what you guys were doing that. Maybe not everybody else was doing was there. These little details. These little touches just something to to bring it to the next level. And I don't know is that a conscious thing like how did that happen for you guys? Again, it goes back to just like people being creative or whatever like if something is happening just tweak it a little bit. And so those parties you're talking about so like normally people would do DJ parties, and they would they would rent a venue and be on the stage. And so what we did is instead of being on the stage. Let's just set it up in the middle of the dance floor. Let's be right in the middle. So we set it up in the middle of the venue, and everyone was around us and that just had a energy. And then we teamed up with our like, my super good friends, these deuce called thunder horse shot under shut them, and Alex and Tarn Jude. They those guys would it again. It was just back to us just being fun creative like kids together in Chicago. Like, we would just all get together and think of ideas, like just weird ridiculous ideas. Like, how can we make the stage setup crazy and we would back in the day? We'd get sponsorships from like pets ribbon or sparks like all these random companies would give would sponsor these parties. And they'd give you like whatever like under a thousand dollars or whatever. So we would have to find a way to use that budget and do something creative with it before they would give anyone of budget, and they wouldn't do they do some wacky idea. But we're like, let's do some next level stuff. So we would do that. That's why we would build the UFO we built for the Christmas party. We had a giant Santa who? Just spit snow out of bed. We would just like it would just be fun. How can we use this budget and create this environment? But yeah, just like it's just all about just tweaking things a little bit. And that's all that we would do. And then like you said it's kinda what valve into like the new flush shows like our stage, design and all all the new flaw stuff. Lost two point..
"tarn" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Darren live up to it, man. Don't make don't make that kids suffer because you may near responsible decision. That's a bunch of crowd fair enough. Let me just quickly before we let you go is it possible? From from my perspective. It seems like becoming ten is in the doghouse, and I feel. All the momentum. That you have I feel like you may leapfrog everyone, and we'll see what happens between the Willie fight. But if it was been wins. And I know you won't fight tiring your friend and former teammate at Mizzou, and I respect that. But it feels like if Kamara wins winning of. Okay. So what happens? What do you do from there at that point? I'm going on. And I'm gonna freaking bacterial or they're all into a corner. Whoever wins to fighting. Okay. So that's the plan beat him March second and then go to London two weeks later. Funky. Ben aspirin, just on our. So no matter moments on Twitter now when you post this onto 'cause you're days Instagram post, the both can you say like as previously referenced on the Hawaii show, I need the funky. Rub. You see what I'm saying? I do I say as previously reference. I mean, you can write that in the in the description. Okay. As also airs promise. Yes. On at aerial. Can I buy you could do that? That's fine that works. All right. Thank you. Yeah. This fun aerial. Always. It's always fun been great stuff as always we'll talk to you soon. Good luck in the next few weeks, preparing for the fight. All right, there is funky Ben aspirin phenomenal Skype connection in his little studio there that little whatever that is. It's great stuff. You have to thirty-five. It goes down March second inlaws Vegas. There's the lineup. My friends John Jones versus Anthony Smith Tarn Woodley versus Comorros Mun Robbie Lawler versus Ben aspirin, Cody Garbrandt versus Pedro Munoz and Jeremy Stevens versus beat Maga med Shari Pov. You have to thirty four. It is not this one stack. It's amazing pre show and Poche show on ESPN. Plus now, this is a ten PM start time as far as the main card is concerned with the paper for us are going to be the same. But like I said the new era ESPN plus cards ESPN cards early early as far as starting early as far as ending very exciting stuff. All right. Let us move along. Thank you and asking now big news last Tuesday, just moments after the whole Nevada Athletic Commission, hearing wrapped up we found out. What was going to happen to Conor McGregor? We found out. What was going to happen to Habib and France we found out about John Jones. But just moments later, Artem Lobov comes out and tells the world that he is no longer a you have fighter that he is now looking to move on with his career boxing career kick boxing career. He is a free agent, and he wants a contract in each and every one of those sports this this this drew more of a reaction on my social media Instagram Twitter than the Connor slash Khabib slash John Jones. I kid you not the people of Artem they wanna hear from him. He's kind enough to be joining us right now be the magic Skype, Artem how are you? We'll move having it is it is a sorry that again. Mcgirt family as being bringing so much for having. It's an absolute honor. And pleasure, Artem it's great to talk to you as always. So very busy week for you. When did this all start? I know you told me in the past before your last fight against Michael Johnson that if you can't get the fight against Byara. You wanted out you even talked about getting released before all that went down. When did you start working on this release that you've actually got last week? You know after Mike Jones fight over. So, you know, I kind of side looking one of my next flight was going to be and I'll read you knew just from talking to your see that the punishment was going to be pretty severe. You know, I didn't really know how long this was going to be. But I knew I wouldn't be able to get that fight as of right now. So I thought why not go elsewhere? You know, this is USC has always been the pinnacle of the sport. And for any fire is Halloween treatment getting into the..
"tarn" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Hashtag. CB taymor. Hashtag gotta think about. All right. Well, ceylan. I don't want these podcast to and. Now, we're having so much fun though. I'm trying to think of like a really good like, hey, guys. Like if you're watching from prison like. Watching from us. Watching Chang on death row about what's coming up. And then maybe we'll have some more suffocated. All right. Okay. Fine. Okay. Tarn Winslow Donut. It's been a while. Unfortunately, why do is have donuts at the we did not have donuts together to donuts. No, huge Donut guys sweet sky. I like candy more than say a doughnut. What about like my cupcakes cookies? Certain cookies. Okay. What do you mean? Certain cooking like a chocolate chip cookie. But I'm not like all cookies. But if you had a zeppelin. Ice cream now I like ice cream. Sure, you just won't frequent ice cream. Yeah. I try not to keep it in the house. That's really my move. Absolutely. Not not to try not to okay. Father. We have some when kids aren't that? Good. All right. We up on the up on the website right now. This is Kelly Wentworth she's going to be playing in survivor thirty eight and her third time back out. We got a profile up on her up on Robin's web sitcom, the greatly on abortion. And I talked about Kelly wet where thin coming up dropping later on tonight. We have our profile David Wright, talk to Shannon gates about David Wright that'll be up. What do you think of the new artwork that I said, hey, Scott? I think you need a picture of Taron in the artwork for the live feed update. What do you think of that pretty so excited looks like Karen is kind of like literally never been happier with the taymor and the trickster shall man's showman. Hey, look Hagia here with my girlfriend checks, check out this picture. I made him are and Taryn really there. What's their showman's name, Taryn, Tama, Tara, mar? There's I don't know tell you know. I can't I can't do it. Yes. Okay. So check check that out tomorrow like shipper, just like. Surrealists levin. Have you been following lifebeat? Updates in the morning. Why? Because you wake up busy meditating. I'm biz if I feel like if I miss anything, I will say if I miss anything, and I I don't see it on Twitter. If I have any questions, you would be the first person I'd go to Charon. I would be like what just happened? Tell me the latest. I appreciate your hard hitting Dern. I don't have time to keep up with that. Who's your best friend from big, brother? That's not from your season. Well does over the top count. I mean Morgan, Alex. Okay. Fine fine said than we won't we won't through them my best friend from not my season. I mean, I'm really close with Elena, and I'm really close with Josh Elena, and I are very Mark. I love Mark. I love Mark. I mean, Mark comes with the Elena. I mean, but I love Elena love Josh Martinez. A lot Andy. And I have a bit of a great banter. I love Andy. People don't like banter. We enjoy it with each other. You know, I'm trying to think no one Josh to Andy three. Always underrated. But but the Willett sisters if they were included they would be taught into I spend every way better Alex or Morgan I literally could not couldn't pick. Now, they're both so different like, so different. I could not pack genuinely, and I would tell you if I it and then Elena would be three then. Well, I spend more time with Alex mortga Elena Choon doesn't live here. So Mark was included. He would be smart. No, you're not included in the top five top lousy. But not included in the top five like him. I don't talk unless he's in the background of a FaceTime. Do you ever face time can your do you ever get like two two of them? Do you ever get like a lane and another person that's not Mark eating while they're together. Well, do you ever get like multiple big brother people on like one call like what's that?.
"tarn" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Identifies. But he presents. That's right. He went on Laura Ingraham's program to give his take on the comington Catholic school boy's an answer. The question literally, no one wanted to know when is he running for office? Let's roll the clip you had some Catholic school, boys. Listen, I don't want to get us all bogged down in how the video looks. But here's the thing as the beard movement has spread like a virus from the elite corners of Brooklyn and Seattle and Portland and echo park and gotten further and further and further away, the beards have gotten worse and worse and worse and the later you came to the beard, and the less suited your politics are to the beard, the more you start looking like that magnet thing where you drag the little. Ted Cruz, John junior. They looked like someone took a magnet to the top of their head and dragged some of the filings around their chin and not at adults child. Did it he looks like he sleeps in a rustic casket? I think it's the projection, but he does currently have that like bass player for Corno pupil is going on right now. Which is terrific. I honestly, I just think he didn't wear a blindfold bird right to life March. Okay. Okay. They were wearing a Maga had they had two pounds because the media wants that to be true. They want a bunch of nice Catholic kids happen to be white. They want them to be the enemy. This is what they've cleaned up their thirty minutes away from where this happened where I spent birth to eighteen they don't just happen to be white. That is everyone. There is white. It's not a coincidence. It's farm. The media has done this to themselves. They have shot themselves in the foot time and time again because they so desperately want this to be the truth as opposed to saying, you know, what Trump's don't Tarn good job as president. Hard turn. Donnie, oh, what if that was the news? What if someone got on the fucking news was like, you know, what Trump's dot a darn good job as president. That's it. Jake tapper today on the lead. I don't care what my hunch os say above in the in the sweet don't Trump's darn job. I'm Jake tapper here to talk about it. So yahoos. Arras was out there today. She's announcing that she's going to run for president. Let's listen it's going to be about talking with people about the fact that right now, we have an administration that is waged a full on a salt on American values in American ideals. Now, Don when you hear a sitting Senator say salt on American values and American ideals your dad's called a racist. I've known him for twenty years. I. I'm Laura Ingram. You think I don't know what a reasons is? Another comment. My friends are racist. I'm a racist. Everyone. I work with many of them are raises. So if you're going to come in here and tell me that I can tell raises from a non raise you got another. I'm Laura fucking Ingram. I gave I gave a Nazi salute at the RNC, and people aren't totally sure. I didn't do it on purpose that racist you up to be for someone to be a genuine open question as to whether you gave a fucking Heil Hitler on national television. It's a question, Mark. You're gonna pretty God damn racists. You saw this with the social media platforms attacking the word family because God forbid you have family, right? This is this. Did that happen people attacking the word family because I feel like there was a little bit more of just the open racism that was the problem. I mean, I don't know if you're wearing the racism had at a sexism rally yelling Brown guy. Families like far down the list. Right. I hate their families. I guess fair enough. It's always important to remember that this is a person who goes on television to do an impression of Donald Trump to prove to Donald Trump that he's worth loving. That's it. That's the goal. Like, literally. That's why he's there. He doesn't..
"tarn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"The realm of fiction hasn't been kind to spectacle. Whereas but a character with inferior vision is usually portrayed as a nerd. It's often note the glasses that the problem, but rather the misinterpretation by those around them in the nineteen Fifty-three comedy how to marry a millionaire Marilyn Monroe spends much of the film bumping into walls and tripping over stairs before an encounter with a kind gentleman on an airplane. Convinces her that glosses annot Barrio to confidence. What they say about girls wear glasses. What are you talking about? Men onto tend to girls who wear glasses giant the trope popped up again in the Netflix series designated survivor, which follows a low ranking government official played by Kiefer Sutherland, whose thrust into the presidency of an attack during the state of the union speech. The now president Tom Kirkman is full to reckon with his usually mild and reserved in favor of a thority Tarn the geology of which is symbolized by the removal, if his glosses seconds before he's I address to the nation. Ju classes I mention strike Sutherland's. Fictional, president isn't alone in his aversion to spectacles, Ronald Reagan wall, contact lenses from his days as an actor right through he's presidency. In fact, just three US presidents appear in the official portrait's wearing glasses. The most recent of which was president Truman in nineteen fifty three. The idea of glosses representing weakness is of course, a fallacy. A study conducted by the university of Edinburgh last year found that intelligent people are thirty percent more likely to have genes related to poll I side, then again,.