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"thakin" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"It is fantastic to be outside of my house. I just got done with fourteen days house arrest basically due to uncle covert We were able to continue to do the show because the incredible talent from the boys in this particular office. I appreciate you all so much for your incredible work. I walked. Give yourself a round of applause. Not just them back there. You guys also dealing with me being in a screen and then. Aj on a screen and then other people want to screen and you sitting here and being able to feel and read the room and vibe. You guys are the absolute best. I appreciate the now. It's not just like me back in studio day. It'd be very selfish way of looking at this. Because this is monday september six. This is the official kickoff to the. Nfl's kick off wheat. We thakin made it to nfl. Season bay. we'll talk about later. Those quite being you know he's pieces shit forever. I mean congrats to him and that is a pretty big deal. But fuck that guy on my tv kit. Hey this got you know dude. Like he's terrible. Scumbag asshole can't say enough proved it again last night. I just can't help. It uses from his body if you stand too close to them for too long like when i had to for twenty some minutes first time out no crowd. No big deal when i went out. You're you're worried that the scum is going to osmosis through. Yeah that's right. That was pretty fucking. Big brian better. So who cares that. Listen brian daniel for another with that. Being said what a terrible guy Congrats though in that was really fucking quotas pretty cool and it was great to hear. The that fucker was loud was brought through hell with the tel terroir. Fuck them anyways. Thursday the dallas cowboys without their best player. Coming out of zeke's mouth and jerry jones's mouth this morning on i take without their studt offensive. Lineman zack martin. Who's out because of tova. Which i think might happen this season more than we think it's going to happen because of the way the world is now as opposed to last year last year. Everybody was literally locked down. Everybody's in their houses. So there's no meet and greets on the streets whenever you're going to your car the potential to practice or there's no neighbor interactions because everybody's locked in their house now no matter how careful these players are going to be. They're going to have interactions with people that's going to happen. There is going to be with tova. There is a chance that people are going to have it to you. Couldn't even expect. We still don't know where the fuck i got. It just won't let everybody know. I was on the same plane smaller plane with four people for four hours after summer slam. Nobody else got it. Okay but me. So then i come into the office with the boys. I'm around the boys very much so nobody else got it but me. Was it a door dasher at my house. Was it somebody that potentially showed up with a package that grabbed over the may. We have no idea. Words from those types of things happen throughout the season. And we're gonna see some big name players out. Zack martin for the dallas cowboys being out. He's a massive fucking deal. Yeah dak prescott coming back from eight terrible despicable disgusting injury faster than any of us could have imagined because dak prescott so bad as after watching hard knocks. I got nothing but more respect for that. Dot absolutes wears bright competitive. I fucking love. He's the man. I'm a big guy. But he's even got to think like okay after almost a career ending injury if this was ten years ago and we didn't have modern science ten years ago maybe fifteen years ago. I don't fuck you get it right back at some point in recent not too long history. What happened to him. What are they gonna career ender now. He's back next season now. First game against the chance with indomitable coming back in defense that is absolutely stacked. He's out his offensive weapon on the offensive line. And zack martin. He's gonna have to think about that. Zeke to think about that and we have to think about that when we're betting and we must act accordingly okay tampa bay buccaneers and tom brady allegedly playing lightsout football right now. Everybody in the building of saying. Hey we're playing much better than we were playing last year. And that's because they learned a lot about each other. I think last season it wasn't until after that atlanta game. Second half comeback by week where they change your entire offense that they became he fucking team that we saw at the end of the year that we all expected at the beginning of the year when they hadn't figured it out yet. This buccaneers might be a fucking wagon literally might be that in with the dallas cowboys potentially in a little bit wounded because covert is it their roster and some big spots. We gotta remember that whenever we're watching shows like hammered don at tone digs here. Big money was made this weekend on college football. Where's the action looking on thursday night. Is everybody hammering tampa right now. And how much is the line movement with this. Covert sixty percent of. The bets are on tampa open at six and a half. It's up to seven. And a half what i would say is the difference between seven and a half and eight. Not that big. It goes to eight fine me though. If it gets down to seven seventy huge key number it gets down to seven automatically jump on tampa but it may go up to eight. But that doesn't it's not a big enough difference between seven and eight because cowboys with points here said no. No no no no no now. You're saying i'm just saying let's wait to see what happens with the line if it goes down to seven automatically jumping on the bucks if it goes update. There's probably a good chance. I may ages still stay on the bucks but i would like to get at seven versus seven and a half got it because of obviously the way scoring in football right the way scoring works. Why certain numbers are potentially much more important in something you should look at as opposed to others whenever you're looking at the spreads but this could be. I mean we might be looking at jerry. Jones was out here painting. This is david and goliath. He spent like seven billion dollars on this team. They have the biggest stadium. They have the biggest fan base in. He's pitching this is david versus as the buccaneers being the goliath. And if if that's how you view your team actually why didn't you. You're willing to pay and trade for players. Why didn't you just bring in the players that they had. Then now. You have to question his gm shift for him saying. This is david versus goliath. But with all that being said big mike mccarthy might have them cowboys ready to fuck run at acti- schmidt former packer great mike mccarthy watching hard oxygen and break things down. What do you think happens on thursday night. Do you think dallas cowboys much better than they were last year. And he's just going to be rolling..
"thakin" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
"The legacy. And whether it meets captain america and in in all i think sam had his answer and i think isaiah recognized that respects that i think at the end of the day i think. That's you know zeta. Sam makes right and in in universe in an out of universe i think. Mcs is seems to trying to do the same thing to a. Because i remember seeing a stumbled process video. Anthony mackie Talking about the mca and and marvel studios and other than they really have many people you know he was talking about like he was on set. He was like one of the few people of color all set. And and you know and seeing how. Mcu now is not only you know of course chadwick with black panther. But now you have you will. Who was the first black character. Come into comic books. But you know sam. Falcon was the first african-american lead character in the comics. And then or the only only seven years ago in comic book land at he became thakin became captain america. And you know and now we have it here on the big screen seven years later. So yeah you know so. It's you know it's an evolution and of of of heroes and people who are who are. Who are the heroes in these stories. And and i think anthony was talking about like but issue. You're now we have. you know. We have not only have a black captain america but we have you know the stars in the universe out of university of having more people of color behind the camera with uniqlo as al when market nakal spell men and and others is not a performative thing is an actual thing to me. We're seeing progress. Yep and you know so that that was sort of like Arc the story as well with the show. Yeah yeah our when our imitates life. It's it just makes everything. Well i guess. I shouldn't say better because sometimes i guess painting life can be kind of the commute thing but i guess you know actual but but the the foreign aspect of things versus actually doing it. You know I think that's what you're saying there is like you know we are we you know. They're they're really doing especially Yeah we show that things happen like for example the whole issues that over on our d- of dc front. With such justice league and ray fisher and all the issues are having over there right before we delve down that path. I i think that's it for us..
"thakin" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"At the end of twenty twenty. What was already a crazy tumultuous year. We lost rebecca for you you. You've known her years and years now. And i can only imagine the loss of such close friend like done. Yeah it was. It has not been easy. It's been rough. Yeah hard to wrap my brain around that on but yeah we met in two thousand four we did. We were doing a reading of jenny. Gearing piece called the mistress cycle and we just hit it off his gangbusters like immediately. Tell it we laugh. In 'cause we i said i'm the bathroom so i'll go with you and So we like talking you know. She's in the stall next to me. Where are you from. What are you doing in this whole thing. This whole conversation on. I thought i love that girl. And of course i knew about her. I was like such a fan of hers. She is just a completely authentic down to earth individual. Which is my requirement for all of my best girlfriend. Now don't don't bring the crazy okay. but she was just an authentic real individual That was genuinely interested in the minutia of your life. She wanted to know about you your life and we also even though she's from alabama and i'm from ohio. We had very similar sensibilities and also very similar approaches to our work and the friendship was not only just as powell's but also as artists which was really cool and we supported each other through all those years. And i see her and show she would come to see me in shows and you know got stronger and stronger and then we always said she would. I guess johnson shows that she did on like her kern show ended up guests. We played ukulele together. Created this scenario number called the bullfrog control and And then she guested. I she guested on some shows a mine and and so we were constantly wanting to work more together We were always socializing the other. We'd say you gotta do a show together. We do show in our minds. We're thinking about show together. But then we had this opportunity in two thousand seventeen in tapper from fifty four below. Who was programming at the time. were doing a of series since so. Jen called me inch that. Hey we're doing the series. Would you be interested in in this. I said yeah. Let me get back to you. And i just picked up the phone call back i said. Hey listen they're doing this. Would you be interested. She said yes and we just immediately in the way calling. Joe thakin are extraordinary musical director and began working on it. Everybody says don't everybody says don't everybody says domed walk on the grass. The peace skate on people always said to be june. Ever do a show with your best friend. Don't ever do that. It will ruin the run the friendship because you never know someone to you live with them. There's that saying but you also never know someone to your day in day out like when you're on the road with same with the national tour they become everything and that's the highs the lows the everything in between crazily we were so it was kind of crazy how much we loved working on it. In any time there was even a hint of. I don't agree with that. we would. We'd say what try let's try it. Let's see if it works and if it doesn't it doesn't we also chose all of the material is by committee. I mean even our solos we for like auditioning ourselves now now at so that we could settle into what we were. We programming this in in wanting to that. We really agreed. Upon was that we didn't want it to be your typical duo show where it was just basically both opening up our our know our audition books in saying i got this song. Got this. i got this in just a bunch of solos and then okay and then we'll throw in duet here and there. We wanted it to be a true duo show and we wrote vocal arrangements. We would go out. We would be at her house in the poconos. We wrote a lot of it out there and we would be sitting on the dock on the lake or in her in the kitchen or on the deck just listening and trying different harmonies for things and we also wanted the listener to not know who is on top and who was on bottom so we were constantly weaving in and out of each other just to keep it interesting not only for us but for the listener on so it was creatively. Probably one of the funnest. Times i've ever had with another human being just to just to create something like that together and we kept. We were never satisfied until we felt like okay. That's end like we'd finish the song or like okay. That one's done and we listened back to it than one of us to be like you know why should there should be a modulating opium and then we take it to joe. Joe would work his magic can in all of this. So how did the show change through. Its various incarnations in its live performances. We the fifty four Below version was like sixty five minute. production dot product was about fifty or sixty five minutes. And even when we were starting that night there was one song in there that we knew as it was actually rehearsing like a couple of days before and we both each other like this should be cut but we were stuck with it and we love the song but we thought it doesn't quite fit and so then after that sean hartley merkin hall contacted us and said we'd really love for you to do all the girls in larger ormat and and to expand it so we expanded it to ninety minutes which was a lot of material and really indicate this opportunity to say We need to trim that medley and that one song that we had although we love it that had to go and then what to put in its place and we had two other solos each and what ended up happening was we said you know what we should put like a new songwriter section in here some compositions and we were looking and we were exploring and doing a deep dive into all these people. We knew personally a lot of them in other people we heard their songs and we were kinda putting them together and we couldn't figure out how to chain thing kind of linked them together and all of a sudden we were going. We're like what are we doing. We have joe falcon right here. Who's an extraordinary composer who writes songs for rebecca knee. And we thought. What are we doing looking.
"thakin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You we'll some towns are telling you you're not having it this year. That's true. That's what that's outrageous and now I haven't heard which towns are doing that originally, Los Angeles was supposedly doing that they backed down on that. So it's the mask and its skinner gets fazed one again. So Los Angeles will be allowing supposedly Halloween but there are discouraging. People from from participating in it but I suspect there will be some towns that do completely ban it and we have. A little I mean, you know go know those little brown paper bags that they used to put beer cans in its get those little brown paper bags. Put a little bit Candian. Whip. Admit the kids here. Go here and one for you can you can beer for? You can to the adults. Not, allowed to contribute to the delinquency of Minors I. Don't know what your beer anyway by the way as the father of a twelve year old he's not interested. That's gross. I was just trying to rid his beard than have that I don't like. Dad's we'll take it. So, there's recommendations here from the. CDC as far as they don't want anybody to go out from their home on Thanksgiving but they understand that people are gonNA want to. So they've come up with a list of the Thanksgiving Day activities in how risky they do I feel like this is going to rival like David Letterman Top, ten lists, the low risk Thanksgiving activities include having small dinner with only the people who live in your household having a virtual dinner. It does that mean you eat virtual food to. Do you talk to virtual relatives and sharing recipes with friends and family shopping online rather than in person on the day after Thanksgiving or the next Monday now? Yeah. I says. Mondays already been a thing so you don't have to reinvent the wheel here CDC. Thinking Oh, no business even meddling with any of this crap. You're going to see I think pretty big reduction in black Friday this year it's going to be pretty big hit. That's my prediction. We'll see them going on also watching sports, events, parades, and movies from home. All these are considered low risk activities, and that's because well, not a single one of them involves leaving your home. So that's what they consider. Low risk moderate risk includes they say having a small outdoor dinner with family and friends who live in your community visiting Pumpkin patches are orchards where people use hand sanitizer before touching pumpkins or picking apples wearing masks is encouraged or enforced, and people are able to maintain social distancing. So moderate risk to go out and do a very layman's version of pumpkin picking. Or apples attending a small outdoor sports events with safety precautions, and it does actually say a small outdoor sports events I didn't Miss Miss, speak that they. got. that. Right with safety precautions in place and finally they say the high risk activities which CDC urges of Americans to avoid going shopping and crowded stores just before on or after Thanksgiving participating inner being a spectator at a crowded race attending crowded parades using alcohol or drugs, which agency says can cloud judgment and to increase risky behaviors. Well that's true on now you're really gonNA make Thanksgiving awful for so many people. And attending large indoor gatherings with people from outside of your household. So anything basically that you might do normally on Thanksgiving meaning fun is considered to be high risk and they are dissuading people from doing that because as you point out captain, no fun is allowed in twenty twenty. Yeah it's. It's so disappointing to me that a normal thing like getting together with a bunch of people and going out for dinner on a Sunday evening is now either a illegal or be an active civil disobedience Almost everywhere you go and I'm not just talking about the United States. Yeah it's really frustrating and in this case, if you WANNA comment, you're welcome to join us have have the COVID fears adjusted your family's Thanksgiving because remember. It's easy to have your own do our own thing right like with activists we go out you mentioned Sundays we have in a local activism thing where we go out and we have social Sunday, we go and get a local restaurant In this case, it's the local place that's actually fighting the the mass mandates the local noodle place called Thakin great and we're giving them our business and supporting them but we're all of the same. We all want to be away from the these stupid rules who want to have things be back to normal. Your family probably is going to have different opinions about this, and so if you thought the Thanksgiving fights were bad before imagine all of the the infighting that's going to go on over just simply planning the Thanksgiving occasion it used to be to the lazy person's Thanksgiving was to like order Chinese or something that I have a feeling restaurants particularly take out and folks who prepare in advance right and you can reserve your dinner are going to do more business this year. We shall see. So there is your Thanksgiving update but also we're going to hear more about Halloween as we get closer to it in some of the ridiculous restrictions that are likely going to be put into place in various different cities. But here is one of those. Lame. Oh Laima fi everything articles this is. posted. On the Chicago Tribune's website as a news item. In the lifestyle section trick or treating candy shoots could help save Halloween from our freakshow beer. Here's how we made hours and then it's got a photograph of what appears to be like Jack Alanna Looking Little Pumpkin candy holding thing bucket, and then it has a tube running into it from the top. And then out the mouth of the Jack Alanna, the they've carved mouth in and there's like a big. Red Solo Cup looking things sticking out of it basically. So there's like a tube that runs down essentially this person's porch. You can see the steps in the background Piper something something like that, some some some red. Pipe That's that's running into this thing, and then I take a wider shot and they show. The wider shut it's like a large bong it really does. Or Large crack pipe. But it shows a woman on her porch. It's got this contraption attached to it and she standing at the top of the stairs of course, she's GonNa mask on while she's alone on her own porch. So you know welcome to the city. So Chicago, and so the idea is so the kids won't come up the steps to keep the kids down there. 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"thakin" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
"You gotta turn your socks on. Are we using the towel or the sex towel this time. Got It. Wishing it grab the other one. It's really hard to turn off your housekeeping Brian. Right. Yes. Oh God I should've justed before he came over. To sock, it's hanging over their groups yeah. Yeah. The children by the way have returned safely or sweaty and have not. You can hear them. Yeah. That's why I told them. If I'm recording a podcast with Amanda. It's fine if there's background noise because we're already just going to be very silly talking about food and there's doughnuts involved. Yeah. And you know they. They went outside voluntarily and biked probably about a mile and a half up announcing hills. Hills are the worst Super Halley. I don't do hills. Eric Nigh Eric is a runner I am not. And there was one time just go for like a a walk in. This is at my old apartment and there's this huge ask Thakin Hill and the minute I saw him start going up that hill you. If, you're bringing you go nuts. donuts. But the minute I saw eric turn and like we're starting to go up that hill like, no, no thank you I'm GonNa. Go back home. You just turned around and barreled so bad like we're not blocking S. okay. That's funny. I N texting. My thanks to my son for my doughnut which I'm actually saving for our stream. Tonight you know all? Yeah. Well. Cooked. Set of Oreos can be a doughnut I can have both, but I'm sorry I didn't mean to pigeonhole. You Know I. Have Many I have many carbohydrate options yesterday was I want salt sweet no salt no sweet. No. No Salt. So I had like one hand in a bag of Cheez doodles and one hand in a bag of those little cookies that have the their circles like tubes with the chocolate fill-in hero wet. Yes. Thank you Pirouettes I had one zero at one. She's doodle and I was double fist just go back and forth. All right. So tell me. Since we're talking about Psychic pining and I love the so much I psychic Carol Cottrell on the podcast and you booked a reading it a did. I may start crying during this recollection. So yesterday. So we're recording on a Thursday I, had my reading on a Wednesday morning. and for those of you who do not know my father passed away at the end of July. So it's been weird I am the one handling everything because I'm his only child and pretty much only surviving relatives. So, I've had to deal with that in you know his ashes or like sitting five feet away from me and just to clarify you have a a bio dad and a Stepdad you talk about both dads and if you talk about your other. You to be confused. Yeah. So I I call my Stepdad, my dad, he has custody and you know he's been my life since was three. So He is very much my dad but for the purpose of this conversation when I say dad I mean my biological. Damn. Right. and then the last. Four years or so I've had. Four family members die. So it's been a rough. years and this was something hiring medium something I wanted to do when my grandmother died a few years ago. My Dad's mom..
"thakin" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"And now I wear button ups, but it's weird. I never used to wear short sleeved button ups until I moved to Arizona and shortly. is like that's That's like an it guy. Yeah it doesn't know lawyer would wear a short sleeve. Short sleeve, button up. I actually have like. I don't think I've ever worn short. Up. Right Right! I can't even. Situation to where because then are you throw in like a t-shirt underneath, and you're like okay up like you know like you. Open up all the buttons and you have a t-shirt underneath type of situation, or you just cut it all up, but ends just letting it fly. It just happens to have no sleeves on it I just I button it all the way up. I put on a little bow tie. It's very hipster looking but. No I don't hide. I was GONNA say. With the she has problems at the Polo, but you're walking around with like a wooden bowtie in a UNICYCLE and Arizona. That's how I went to close my home, so no, we we. Do it just with one button down the first and smaby second button unbuttoned eight is weird to get used to, but after living in Arizona. I see so many people doing it, but I feel like everybody's sense of style. Here is a little. Shittier to put it softly work. I don't think anyone's looking as at like flagstaff as the. Fashion capital of North America. Correct, correct, they are yeah. They can barely breathe because oxygen levels are. But, yeah, anyway, so a Tux might be too over top. I actually disagree I actually think is great I if I was if this person is dead, serious in the question, which I doubt that they are, but if even if they have a little bit. Even I think if they're trying to be funny. It is funny and I think this is a brilliant move, and even if you had to go rent a toxin, the cost you fifty bucks for the day. I would one hundred percent support this endeavor. To Wear Tuxedo to the closing. I think it's a very memorable. It's endearing in spokane. Hilarious. I think that's a whoever this person did. Will One hundred percent to it? Joking if he thought that I was going to be like. This is funny. This is true. This is a funny. And, if you think about it, I'm going to be a little serious here. How much are you spending on your house? Versus? How much are you spending on all the other occasions where you're wearing a Tux right program? What are you spending there if you're doing dinner if you're paying for your locker afraid young. Bucks Yeah you're not spending four hundred thousand dollars. I feel like you should wear more than talks well, we're also and then go to like a great Go, great steakhouse or something after in your talks. I, love this idea, I think it's great I think people should do this more. Yeah there should be a party. There's housewarming, but there should be like. I got the keys to my Thakin. House and everyone has a wear tuxedos. There you go yup. Girls everyone everyone has to? Like it will get us like Cedo. Take a picture and send it in. I think it's a idea. I really loved it. I think it's funny. That's splendid I. Love It all right awesome. We have reached the end of our podcast Gygi. Thank you so much for joining. It was a real pleasure to have you I wanted to ask you. Where can people find you? What have you got going on I? Know you plugged? The SLEEP EASIES I've. This sleepers this. Man I go ahead and I spend tireless nights coming up with the most catchy name for it. And it sounded like medicine, you said. That sounds like an adult child. What this medicine is going to do! A sleepy knocked them out. It's just asleep. Easy, deere, I make I make all. My social is pretty easy, so everything across the board is at Gygi comedy. Just like Gigi witted, J. iggi comedy so Instagram I'm probably instagram twitter. I'm the most active. You know if you really want to support either like what you.
"thakin" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
"Is We've all agreed all the show runners on the network that During the time of Corentin at least all of the profits that we make from geeks under the influence on on T. public all of our profits are going to be get getting a donated to a related charity. So we'll probably be donating to Richmond re- restaurant relief Or otherwise To help along with the causes additionally we're GONNA be able to sell Masks of the public with our designs on it in the near future and the only way that we really feel comfortable with that it was to be able to make sure that we're doing the prophets and to t- public's Credit as well for every mask they sell their donating a surgical mask to forget the name of the charity. But it's it's getting to nurses it's getting to hospitals through through the The nonprofit that they're working with so they're donating surgical masks for every Fun printed mask that gets sent out the door. So you're helping in two ways by purchasing t public stuff but ultimately if you're not looking don't necessarily get it T- T publicly Gui item. If you weren't planning on it. Just you could donate take that money and actually donate directly if you can if you wanted to get a Gui. It's just a way for you to feel better about getting quarantined under the influence shirt or are mask through public that that money at least a portion of it is going to help people that are in need it. Make sure you hitting local. You know if you if you are want food or drinks make sure you are making those local options your first priority for everybody. Even outside of the Richmond area like checkout would restaurants that you care about. Do your best to keep them afloat. You know you want them to be open when you can go visit them again. So pick up food Pickup drinks if he can if that's something that's allowed in your area and and help these places. Stay afloat and in that same vein if you have some money to burn with your stimulus check or anything like that donate to your local. Food Bank Your especially for those who can't support their local restaurants. Let's give them food so they're good to go as well and everyone can be good and not have to worry about where their next meal comes from during all this and also I will say that. I've seen a few people that I know or associates with that have started the the only fan stuff and more fucking power to them as doing doing what you can to make it in such a weird time A full respect for anybody. That's doing what they can to stay afloat and be. Maybe this is time for you to look at your boobs so really contribute to the sex workers as well you know like or people that are that are doing webcam stuff They're doing what they can stay afloat most of the time and singles artists as well people that can you can commission stuff for or or get some stuff for your house in the meantime with stimulus. Check that you may not have normally gone for but get your house most of the time now at least make it. Pretty get some prints from local tattooists that cat to get some stuff going you know. Keep keep art and Sex and food alive absolutely everything fuck off with everything else but our art sex and food yeah. Make sure that's covered. Those are the essentials. Yes so that brings us to our next segment here. Which is kind of a weird one since we can't really do shares via the Internet but We're talking about what we're drinking we're fucking drake. You wanted to hear you go. Hey Hey smash fucking Kyle for this. This'll be pretty quick segment because we're not doing shares. We're not doing anything to terribly special Lowdown you've got anything's fancy that you're sipping on Basically Breweries of Basque develop flagship ship. Is that solid is good. It is almost as good as triple crossings. Falcon Smash Wow. Is that almost? Because it's like right there. But it's falcons manages a little bit better. Thakin smashes one of the most appreciated as in Richmond. Yes yeah yes one hundred you do anything fancy It is delicious. It is it is delicious close to summer time. A little warmer for me little warmer and I'm all over nowadays. That's why I say like I know may usually represents getting the summertime. He's it was again thirty degrees the other night. So gotta be like gets fucking stupid over here. We're not doing anything too. Fancy we See Not at all Ms Bogarde you're on well. The conspiracy theory with this that we need to discuss is whether or not there are in fact zero laws when you're drinking claw exactly yeah and your determination as you're drinking the mango none whatsoever. None Zero laws okay. Cool so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA monitor that as we go here on whether or not there's laws for me. I'm currently on PBR. Though we have been enjoying previously a mixture of frozen from concentrate kroger store brand Orange juice and cranberry juice mixed together with some aristocrat vodka. Nothing but The name of that drink is saving space in the fridge. Which I think is gonNA drink. No no no see. You could call that if it was anything. Other than aristocrat vodka that just drops the title down. That's ops the title at that kills that it's zero respect for anything do with myself. Now guys so quarantine. Buzz is that is that sheep. Buzz Buzz Works Quarantine Vodka. That's like two dollars more for the half gallon. Come on we have been you know. We've been told by others that we've been making some mistakes. I think it's the Nicolai. We were told to pick up a little bit better for so if if it's a multiple if it's if it's multiple multiple facets that are telling you the same thing then it's probably a youth thing and you probably shouldn't we know but we also have no self respect so then you don't you don't then you don't expect respect from others when it comes to the ARISTOCRAT and also not relating to this next segment that we have come in here I can. Respect is not drawn from this shit show. Yes this is the total shit show. This is some people's favourite segment of geeks under the influence. I beat mind you go. Yeah I know. I've heard from people as well folks that they appreciate What we have come to know and love as making a drunken seen.
"thakin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Yeah he doesn't do. It does a little accent. Oh aw I remember. He wants to because he did movies where he's at him and his buddies are acting in whatever accent he does the movie and so one time. I think it was like somebody some. Somebody was native Hawaiian his side character. That always says something stupid. I'm like Oh my God. This is insulting to everyone then in one of the movies a lot of the characters Israeli. I'm like what part of Israel these people from. There's like thirty different accents going on. And they're all horrible not that I'm saying every Israeli has the same accident. It's kind of like New Yorkers. They sound different. The New Yorkers but it was in and out of accents and it's obviously like him and his friends just wanting to do with being and it's like let's throw an accent on. Oh my God when something's up for best screenplay they show you the screenplay like during the awards like I wouldn't believe him. I like that though. That's kind of cool right. It's better for the kids at home. But I think like this one would just say talks over each other. They WanNa give you a frantic feeling but the home movie. Just talk over each other. He's kind of like the way everybody's what he's doing with Denzel Washington delivery talks over. Used to make sure that it seems really teams. Sorry Buddy official. Do the script is just one line. That says Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett make it happen happen. Yeah Arca number one movie of the weekend. One thousand nine hundred seventeen. That's the one. Where the gimmick is it seems like? It's just one long shot. But what's it about here. So he has to that this guy holding a camera who's very every two hours is a long time. It's about the grandfather of of TJ Miller from cloverfield. These guys have to warn battalion. That are walking into a trap in World War One France and so like two things happened happened. A plane hits a building. You know a German show. Soldier comes around the corner but in the end it's all just walking and talking. Oh lots of talking your. I didn't mean to leave that out. Lots of Bucket Thakin. I couldn't be a movie walking around. Now there's a lot about the documentary. There's a lot of talk and and you know you know soldiers. They like to not really funny stories. That shows that the real okay. Yeah so that smoking in this movie I think there was yeah. Yeah was Kumon. Because there was a moment they sat down. I misrepresent shooting stuff right. They do shoot sometimes but but not till the end. I mean this is going out on a limb digging and digging love digging. They love to love that stuff that I just you. You know what I talked it out more than just walked smoking and not really funny story number two the star wars the rise of skywalker. Oh I saw that what you think. That's weird correct. Yeah the Star Wars are like. Oh now we're we're okay. We're GONNA go after whatever. The version of the death star is Yay happy music. All of a sudden all all these all the good guys start dying they go then sad musical. We're not GonNa win after then all of a sudden all these other ships come join the happy music. Yeah we're GONNA win after all very very up and down. I guess it's for children and I shouldn't be in my forties. You should be in your forty forty year ago this something I could have done looking back. Maybe some under eye cream number three. Do you like it got Yeah I mean yeah I mean J.J. Abrams is just good at making making a movie. And making you feel things and the pace of it is good. Do you ever find yourself during these movies. I audibly laugh out loud and I can't help but whenever they introduce a character's name that's obviously not important but it's the sell toys like like wh what's what's that in the corner. Oh that's our two five six. Okay good enough end of that now. We sell that for five dollars. Remote number three Jimani the next level a walked out of the first Jumanji. Oh Walk Right out. Yeah the Robin Williams one or the the rock the rock. Yeah in fact. I left like five minutes into they had the actual adult characters character. That's going to entertain you but I'm like this is dumb to you. Don't want to see how it ended. I got it made it. They'll make it. They're celebrities. They're all GonNa Make Jack Bikes in that movie too. Yeah yeah well this This next one I saw because Kylo wanted me due to do something with my step kit twelve years old and she he said. I don't want him to be on the phone all day when I'm gone so we went to a giant phones.
"thakin" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"No Jesus I wasted hours of my life so I learnt recently that I don't play new video games and I don't read new books but twenty nine thousand nine was a banner year and then I played a number of videogame really gets released in two thousand nine hundred better. Your video games log releases. I didn't get to play all of them. So my my of course my best pick is Based on my own experience I'm not I'm not gonNA thing where like all this aids go must be good no I. This is a game I played and I'm still playing and I put close to one hundred hours into I'm GONNA go first. Fire emblem. Three houses is the hustle advisor Implem- game to ever come out. It is a Nixon of personal life of Social Sim of strategy. RPG that makes you grow close thanks to the characters you care about their fate in battle and you get really wrapped in one of the three stories that you pick and there's so much replay ability because you can just go back and pick another one of the routes. I've gone through one in three fourths. I played this game for hours. I've gotten lost based in the day to day. Life of its systems viral. Them three houses is the game of the year so I have like twenty nineteen. I'm coming out swinging. Winging I'M GONNA give you two video games one of which I didn't keep doing this one one of which I will use as a jumping off point to the one. I will truly defend this. Go release you. That's not the one. Defend is a video game game about being a cop in a strange European city detective. Detective COP detective. You're a policeman policeman. Detective okay with the provincial. Police Rovato resveratrol so I want to talk disco lazy and because it is a paragon of choice fantastic writing continues where pillars of eternity left off by having a video game. The Dam Wall might be a text base. Might as well be text based adventure game It is denser than the dentist book has so much choice. Replay the ability and once again it is totally having the cultural conversation. We're having right now and this is like no joke. Yeah because you are not judged on your like like light side or dark side points you. As a matter of fact a disco Elise Eum you choose largely along the lines of. Do you want to be a fascist. Do you WANNA aww Communist. Do you WanNa be a disco fanatic or do you WANNA be apologetic. Wow and of course there. There's a lot of permutations of those and disbelieves. Your does something that is genuinely so cool for a text based adventure game in the more often that you say a kind of thing the more kinds of that kind of thing you can say or do so for example you can say things that are increasingly. We like anarchistic or communistic right and as that grows your inner thoughts your inner feelings and of course there's a whole like thought cabinet thing where you can access distant memories for stat bonuses and changes to your character but it Disco Liam. You can go down down Like an anarchist communist route. So far that you're like actually spray painting. Fuck the police on a wall and that stays in the the world is a whole character moment. You can make choices that are just nuts you can make your person crazy and it has just so so much choice and the writing is perfect which leads me to the game. I will defend which is full of choice on the writing is pervert which is of corresponds sort of wait a second so poke Amman Jordan Shield. It's having the cultural conversation that we're having right now in that I've tied artifice. You cannot say that this is not the case Sword and shield it is like the perfect rejuvenation of the pokemon gains of old on the most perfect the the video game system of the decade. The nintendo switch the most. It was perfect console outright now the most perfect console sold within the last ten years in its construction. It's marketing it's aesthetics and it's everything thing you want to poke him on game you get to live poker on journey with peerless music pretty good writing Lulu great in Germany some fantastic British slag. And of course I can't repeat this enough because I've tied it to a very few of the cultural conversation conversation inexplicably. Poke of on shield is also about class tiptoe through all the about in within the lands leads of it is inexplicably tied to disco these true the only important things pokemon sword and shield. Have to say there's a climate problem problem. We need to listen to the the the the next generation for the solution. Now I have to say you've beaten Pokemon Sword and shield. Yeah I've just beaten the pink lady Elena on her name Ole Miss Opal. That was a fun Jim. Does he like the quiz. I wasn't I like the quiz. It focus focus on on on a ton of charm. There is a feeling of video games. I can never that that will never be beaten for me. And that is going on a journey with the pokemon that you catch and you train up along the way they get stronger you get better at battling like it is. It is a joy of just pure notes at Stillman appear joy that every every time I play the new pokemon game I am transported back to nineteen ninety eight. Were I'm playing pokemon read for the first time and it is so magical. Appear that being said doesn't hold up Thakin Candle. The fire. Three aisles is such a pure feeling to play pokemon game. There's a lot of problems with the POKEMON sword and shield game only four hundred or Pokemon are available in and out of the eight hundred ninety. One that exists Marimba only hundred fifty but the point is more than twice as many poker on the biggest problem. I have a polk among sort and she was not no matter what I do do. I have completed the POLKA DEX. I have I'm now in the cycle above hatching shiny poker on that are competitive. I will never battle competitively added of lead. But it's like weird collection thing. I guess Drakkar Vici- no matter what I do. I will never be able to have dragon. I'd in that game dragging Organiz my favorite POK mon.. And therefore there's no way in hell that pokemon sword and shield can win best twenty nineteen. If you you had put up just disco. At least him I would be willing to talk to you but you didn't damn instead. Fire emblem three. Houses is a really great game very mature that gets back to the roots of the of the of the series. Were pick for your anime wife. Can you do an wives. And I picked or Thea and wanting their teacher sure but there's times game is not appropriate is designed scare. The current boo the five-year times learned anything from watching black. Chris if the fire three cannot win it gets back to the roots of firearm. With teaching the treats war as mature subject where your students actually kind of wrestle with the fact that they're committing murder because war but they are killing people. They're taking lives in a way that has not been seen in a fireable game for the past five years Firemen three houses is a phenomenal undertaking in the strategic RPG genre and it shines forth beyond that genre been a a stellar example of what Nintendo can do in. INTENDO is the the best company in Video Games bar. None now I lost my case. I will admit the Mike Gabbard has not paid off in that your hatred of Polka once again and your love of anime why I love Pokemon and I love anime wives. It's just in this case. ANIME will one. You should play disc you'll easier though but I am willing to give you fire and blow. I like I said I came out swinging. Yeah big bets sometimes. The payoff size. They don't I kinda so like we can't get into it. I fully intend to play this goalies. I'm I'm waiting for it to go on sale as cheap as a person who likes the books you like. You would like disbelief. I think I would love to see him. Alas I am not an I. I haven't had the opportunity to play it but thank you for proceeding to me. fireable arable goes on in the Canon as sorry I'll never get the play. Disco Lisi ends at the end. pokemon is disintegrating before my eyes at two for one bullet well. It super effective critical head. What's effective against Kratz hips excuse. Wow it's like it's like my. My drunk ankle walked up to me at Thanksgiving and like saw was playing poker Bobbin. They did exactly that worst video game of Twenty nineteen the worst video game of two thousand nineteen now like I said you go for Sarah. Well see this is a game. I have not played but I made a big splash when it came out because the company that used to do these games. uh-huh pulled out they left and so-. EA was forced to still release a game for some reason I'm talking about Wwe two-game twenty interesting. It is not a full game. It is not a complete game. They released the best best effort of of a like a C team. Trying to put together a game that used to exist you would think in a yearly an annual sports franchise. You just build off the code that existed last year and improve upon it update rosters maybe update graphics but wwe Touquet Twani is a complete downgrade all aspects. The fighting doesn't work arrest selling game. The graphics are worse than like. WWe Nine hundred ninety eight. Yes it looks bad bad. Nobody looks like they should and wrestling such like A. It's such a fan driven sport that you would. You think you would try to get it right. And they didn't and they released it anyway for a quick buck. This is the exact thing that should not be the upheld and the video game industry should be admonished. Should be stricken from the record but instead it will live on an infamy as a warning to other your companies to not make another. WWe To k twenty. So like I said big moves in twenty nineteen for me. Come up swinging here. We go yet to Yes I do have two one is whatever that the COP Fascist boot licker like battle of honor call of duty game or whatever the came out. I don't know it had the guy from the punisher in it. Yeah Okay Yeah Yeah. It's either that wanted when you said I did not play enough video games to twenty nineteen. No his face was on this article. I was reading the See. What game was the worst? I I mean he's a very good actor he's a great actor. Good turn as the punisher. We need to get away from this. Let's put backers and video games for the sake of them being in the game. Because let's be honest. Let's video games suck and we don't want to ruin an actress career. I keep wanting Sir Bobby Kennedy Volley but it's not well. Let's leave it to the professionals Hideo Kojima and no one else. The OKAJIMA can put women in video games that he had crushes on but then D..
"thakin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That's gonna earn. You some serious brownie points that is selling that takes some swagger to come to confer is all of it. And I know we in a few minutes ago saying, well, what are you going to do if you had a New York Yankees? Once all these outfielders return. You cross that bridge when you get to it with the amount of injuries that New York Yankees have right now from Stanton to judge to endure heartaches too Sanchez, you what I'll figure out what I'm going to do when everybody's back when everybody's back. He's gonna do now with the Waco infringers performing does. He have the look in the field of a guy who's going to be back in the minor leagues. At some point this year. I would say sizeable wager sizable Asia. On could Frazier playing his last game as a member of skin, and then we can put that to bed. And let's be honest offensively. When all of these guys down he's hot stored is going to have to continue to be thing until you get some of the cavalry bad for this team. It'll hope have Gary Sanchez back on Wednesday. That's big deal. Especially with the way. Gary Sanchez was swinging the bat had six home runs right out of Shu. It'd be nice to get Stanton. Back to kind of ease the burden of losing Aaron judge because then you get another big Bopper back in the lineup. He's not as good a player. He's definitely not as good a defender. But if you have John Carlos Stanton back in the lineup, you could stick them the right field him every day. You could at least you'll have an outfield that features Brett Gardner couldn't Frazier and top. And and I was killing Thakin first week until the year because let's be honest. He will completely overmatched even John Susan talking about it during the broadcast. I was listening to the gym for the first name before I got back and watch your game. And they were talking about is if bad against Chris sale, and here Jonah Susan, basically saying, yeah, you can't expect a whole lot. He's overmatched. Bad. It's like something has clicked Petach, man. Seeing the ball up better. He's hit a couple of balls out of the ballpark on bass sparked that rally in the bottom half of the eighth inning. We'll see if he can make the most of his opportunity, but I'm at two big keys for the Yankees, two big keys to survive this injury onslaught. To survive. Now, the loss of Aaron judge which will be bare minimum for the six weeks. What are they I'll tell you when we return we'll get into the giants in one their draft outlook. Maybe and what is the best case scenario on Thursday. And in the off season moving forward for Dave Gettleman and company get eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six update on areas, mice Joan Arizona..
"thakin" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"I saw book I begged my mom and begged and begged PG's I knew I'd get to see it. But we didn't have a lot of money. So we go to Okla buck at the AMC regency eight cinema. We played in the arcade beforehand. We go in and that movie starts off, my parents were so strict with Thakin movies, and it starts off and MacAulay culkin's like your nails are taking into my arm. God damnit mom's like what? And it is insane. The amount that those two kids costs at the beginning of bog right in a PG movie. And I thought I was getting ganked out of there. I started sweating. I remember everything about it. Because I was like I'm not going to be able to see this die. Why are you that white Cussing stop Cussing, please, right? And sure enough. I looked over a mom at the end of uncle buck. She had tears in her eyes. When the mom come. Home. You know, it's it's not as as as moving as plans strands, but the end of book is very sweet and let alone movies end with a loving freeze frame of John candy. Yeah. Which makes them even more wonderful poignant. Now poignant point -fornia, it's a wonderful movie. Now after this. We're going to start getting into some of the dark time well with a quick stop at a great time, home alone and one of the funniest cameos. Okay. Street voice and the rescuers down under which I saw opening day because John candy was voice. I had never even seen the rescuers. And now we hit nothing, but trouble. Which is the one most appropriate for this podcast. I wanna watch it again, though, you know, but I have seen nothing, but trouble no fewer than ten times. Yeah. Because I loved everybody in it. And I was just like it was kind of like taking a pill. I didn't really want to follow. But there is something fascinating about that movie. That ended all of their career in one fell swoop. Demi Moore heavy chase. John candy. Dan, Aykroyd, just a three stooges slap across their faces with one movie that is I've never seen anything like it in my life. I've never seen any anything. And I wanted to see it because at that age. I didn't have much interest in comedy anymore. I was very into rap music. And all I wanted to watch. We're like boys in the hood and stuff like that. Yeah. And I wanted to see it because digital underground was in the movie, right? I couldn't wait to see digital underground movie. I was already a fan to pockets and nothing, but trouble. It's his movie premiere. Think about that people to your action to the world is let's be right. It's in the movie, nothing, but trouble. Makes no sense. It truly doesn't the movie is off the rails. It's ugly the characters are ugly. It's it is horror really at times. I remember being scared by it. I am going to watch it again, very soon because I I need to know what I think as an adult, man. Very funny cameo in John Hughes written film called career opportunities. Wait a minute. We already done. I guess there's nothing much more to say about nothing. But what are we gotta say? It's candy and a dual role including woman. Yeah. Woman in a cop and then ackroyd playing twin like go out and also a judge with a dick knows. Yes. You know? Like all the makeup is just disgusting whom accurate. You know? That's a weird guy. Heck royd. Let's just be real that movie came from his mind and everything he writes, the original draft a blues brothers was supposed to be like four hundred pages original draft Ghostbusters four hundred..
"thakin" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I was shown barest. Opens up for those days, the wide open the four forty five and I walk right in a four forty five. What time would you did up for twenty Jesus Cup of coffee smoking, joint sh? Referee game pre-workout, pre workout that would go over there. And I would sit in the steam, I the the wooden one that you go water on the. Yeah. The Sean yes. First more her body matching that now we're going to the steam room and put you lip this on him fucker, and I'll tell you not to throw water on it. I throw gowns and that you couldn't even look it was like fucking. They could be a fucking black do said next thing, you can tell with so much fun Thakin room when they walk in you go. Hey was up what? Then I would go back into the steam. And then I would do a lap. I do a half hour in the pool. Kickin moving my arm. It's just when I was four hundred eighteen pounds. I was still I wasn't that fled. I just stopped exercising. So I just went back in the pool went back to basics started pulling myself shit. I did that for a few months, and then I just started punching bag. I would hit the bag there in the afternoons. I would go there like an off tonight. It will close at ten. So go to coordinate nine I would hit the bag and ride the stationary bicycle. But something happened when they jump in the pool at one in the afternoon. And I thought that the kid Fatman pool was or be open, and it was filled with Russia. Women a bunch of kids business that so I signed up for the Olympic pool. The Olympic pool not even fucking thanking. But my guy goes all the is Wim at before I went to prison. I swam I was part of the mass destruction program bold. And actually, I have three times a week fucking all our the coach time is I learned backstroke every style everything that you're doing all the Strobe you get in. Then they'd have a blackboard what you had to do level one had to do eighties with a thirty second rest and two minute intervals level to had to do this. And kinda Roger has higher elevation to. Oh, yes. And when you went, and if it snowed you still had to go. It was outside. It was outdoor pool. It would shovel the fuck and path from the locker room to the two entrances in the diving board, and you had a walk through the snow in jump, and it was a heated pool. Thousands and say Dan was a heated pool. So I learned how to swim. So I went back into this. I get there. And I let me go until Olympic pool and without thinking I jumped and it was completely different was like v. Eighty eight degrees. Ooh. Which right away. Oxygen out of your fucking lungs Brown. Middle of the pool. I'm like four laps in and there's people next to me like those going like boats just flying. I'm going for my life. I'm swimming. I'm doing everything. I can I'm kicking. I got performed down bright pop up and I spun backwards. I was like two o'clock in that direction. Triangle talking I was already starting to drowning. I just held onto the rope at people like stop whole nothing rope. And when they would take off I would swim from like Tarzana, the pool of I thought the edge. And that's in the sopranos is really hot. So I kept walking into this. Why? And he's the one day I one of the afternoon soon as I walk in these three the lifeguards come on. I get that do from the surprise. Oh, my dog at the fuck away. I'm not to do from this apprentice leaving. So now, I'm drowning I'm holding onto the war, and they see this. And I missed a missed you. Okay. And I'm like, oh, get me out of the Cambrian. They could see it like I was in panic attack. Caller for my face has gone..
"thakin" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Ron applause for New Orleans misery, everybody come on. I thought one of those famed billboards yesterday, which is what on the highway robbed in one of those. I saw one of them yesterday. If the saints had come here, they use the Atlanta practice facility in their everything. When I shot, I'm serious like they would have I think they would have used like the flowery branch facilities here in Atlanta getting nods of agreement from our studio audience here and that's series business. I mean, nobody wants a rival to just see everything. I don't know if Arthur Blank's joining us at the top of the third hour. Should I ask him if if that had happened? He would have swept for bugs, what do you? What do you have actually liked cleaned it out because I remember Jack Bauer comes in? And don't check for bugs like what if they left here. You know, what if they, you know, Detroit, Sean Payton and not leave something behind a, you know, explode. I don't know, but in all seriousness. I remember when we launched the NFL network the first promotional campaign was the the dear Mr. fantasy commercial where the song dear Mr. fantasy played. And I was in various parts of the NFL world. And the tagline was being rich doesn't suck Greg campaign. And there were many different places where I was underneath the hood. You know, looking at a play, obviously, a replan I'd turn the referee, and I gave him sort of look or I was with deuce McAllister of the saints looking at a beautiful watch through. And I was not in my head in agreement. Like this the perfect blink for you to buy. Like that one. How is that a raider at cheerleader contest? At any rate. We shot one scene where I was in the film room with falcons head coach and quarterback at the time. Dan reeves. And Michael Vick. And I shot a scene with the two of them and on the same day because you know, sometimes when you've acquired a spot, and you've you've got a close set, you try and shoot other scenes for the commercial in the same spot if you can kill couple birds with one stone. Well, at the time, we all I was also firing footballs through jugs machine at then Saint Louis ram, Tori, hope and at the time the Saint Louis Rams and the Atlanta Falcons were in the same division. Remember the falcons were in the NFC west nor that do some bizarre state of geography and Cowboys are still in the arrivals. They were rivals, and Tori, hope we had a shoot the Tory. Holt seen flowery branch on a completely closed spot of Greengrass, and he could not. Set foot pass that because the falcons did not want a ram in their building looking at their building. And seeing their building fact that happen Toyota, staying some trailer. And if he had if he if he step one foot in outside of the closed Penn Thakin's, we're gonna wig out. So think about what if the saints had made the Super Bowl in their facility. I don't know you blow it up and just start again. I mean, what do you do? I mean, he just built a brand new stadium. I don't know if he wants to build a new practice truly, and what's what the Chick-fil-A up, you know, been around here on game. This what the heck what is happening? It's a southern thing. What it is. I'm jewish. This just in. Yeah. I mean, Arthur we could talk about breaking news. Okay. Let's get a news. That's news to some..
"thakin" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"She's her favorite. And I was like, yeah. Okay. I'm in for that. But then I got invited to Humphries wedding. In a beatha. And I was like maybe I'll do that. And sashayed rather do that? And then I was like, you know, what I need a break. I worked really hard number this year. I mean, I worked really hard to get my fuck. In mindset. I didn't have a single bat set. I don't know how I did it. I didn't have a single bat set the worst. I had was like a B the rest were between like b-, plus two. Plus, I really am proud of myself Edmore this year. And. What was I gonna say? And then I was like I just need a break. I need a break. I did do nothing. And then I remembered my doctor. Always telling me about this island goes to Croatia. I knew member Cratia. Remember some numbers? Crazy. I was like, oh, yeah. You said it was so peaceful. Hey, just lounged and drank fuck and Croatian beer, and I was like that's the thing. And it was like a day before the Edinburgh. And I Email my doctor he so Thakin cool. And I was like what is that place? And he told me what it is. Trouble. I talked to Evellina about this about telling people about a place, the more people that go to a place. More ruined it is. So what's my part in this? What's my part expressing what a place is? Now. It's not like New York where it doesn't matter. If more people come, you know, amazing city, but may as well go who cares? And then some places like well too hard to get there. So if you can get there, I'm glad I told you about it. Well, talk about first, and I'll decide if you want to what it is. But it's an island of Croatia Croatian island off Gracia. And he told me about it told me some places to go while I was there, and I did and it was amazing. All I did was drink apple spritz. Rolled cigars cigarettes. Excuse me. Yeah. I gotta dictate from fucking UK idiots who do smoke splits. I smoked so many spliff I got fucking addicted tobacco again. And why landed in split ski Gracia? I fuck in bought a pouch. I bought a pouch and I rolled cigarettes, and I realized two days in the seventy chip in this island that like addicted again, but I was like all right smoke to your office island. Then leave the pouch here. Don't smoke anymore. And it was it was glorious. It's like rock beaches will one rock beach to rest just like sort of Cliffe's rock things that go into the water, and you just swim in the Red Sea. And it was so warm. It was so warm. Oh, it was great the water. And I would just like take my flip flops and walk t shirt that it would take off and I would sit and I would. With my bathing suit shorts. You know, and I would sit and read and then when I got to warm, I would take my bathing suit off and jump in the water and don't was around you because you're halfway down. This little mini cliff. Not I it's like, it's like, you know, twelve ten twelve feet down and the steps down that steps, but you know, like levels of rock so you can like find diesel one we can lie down. And no one can really see you unless they really peer over the edge. And they know what they're looking for. And I would just skinny dip. Yeah. I was scared that my dick would act my giant long balls would act as a fuck in bait for larger fish to comes to, you know, grab at but you take chances in the earth. So I would just swim naked then get back on the rock and then just air dry. Just dry out in the Chopin dry out in the fucking contact later dry out in the sun. And I would roll it cigarette cigarette, and I would sun dry, and I read my book what book I reading then. What book was I reading? I read it finished it for sure. Was it still with pecker? No something else. Man. It was fun. It was fun. I got bored. One board every day. I started leaving my cell phone in my room. And I was like I don't need it. I don't need him calling anybody..
"thakin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Oh. Good morning everyone. Eight twenty three nice and sunny out there now, I guess it's going to be windy though wins around. It's a timeout. A little brush of snow over the weekend. Anyway, Alice Thakin rose Seaney is not just another street. Reporter we call it the Queen of the streets. We do but the famous connections unless she's made it all up she Stockton. She was born that's her maiden name. Right. Richard stockton. Who of course, is famous for signing the declaration of independence. I was gonna say these service plaza the New Jersey turnpike, there's a Richard Stockton. He must be so very proud that his reward for signing the declaration of independence. He's a Princeton native is that he has a service area bathroom named after university to Stockton. Well, you're right. You're absolutely. It was a constant. Oh, I'm looking at a portrait of him Alice. Actually, it looks like him. Yeah. She does she's got the same kind of hair. She looks like a seventeenth century and eighteenth century. She looks like an eighteenth century gentleman. And then Rossini there's a famous composer husband. Come husband is related to recede. Everyone knows this. The lone ranger. Theme song, which he hits the street. That's a great idea. She got right here Alice. Ask about the Blasio. Hoboken. Find out. What's coming up with New Jersey people? Alice. Reggie perfect. Perfect. New Jersey palace. A balanced. Great within of course, Mr. intellectual over here. Barbara of severe I was the barber of Seville. I've heard of this. Oh my God. I work with rubes. It's only one of those famous piece of music and the history of western civilization. Yeah. Razer was. So the Bugs Bunny cartoons. Anthony, no microphone ask of what they think about Trump Tower back. Do you like living in New Jersey? Right now. Hit it. Common for the station. Stop. Jason him down. Now, we have to decide which one is going to be her theme. Let me the overture from William towel or the overture from the barber of Seville. Oh, no. I think I think I work. I think Barbara of Seville actually. And now, let's let's let's do it. Do it. I'm gonna let's pretend I'm introducing her. And you pick a theme stared goes. Okay. And now we're going to check in with W O R street reporter, Alex Stockton Rossini. Okay now. Now, we're going to check in with w street reporter, Alex Stockton Rossini. Lacking is better. That's better. We should do it. Let's do a Twitter poll. Oh, yeah. Sarah. Natalie. Let's do a Twitter poll on our. There are listeners decide what Allison's theme song should be the William tell overture or the barber of Seville. That's which one would you vote for. All right. So we're interested in attention to what we were talking about. Hey, we know on the declaration of independence to now. Joseph bartlett. Not related to them. Maybe. Boy, having so much fun. And then he were. Yes. No, no, no, no. Here's how it's going to go. And now, let's check in with W O R street reporter, Alex Stockton Rossini. Yeah. That's definitely not an ally. Barbara and now, let's check in with W O. Ours street reporter, Alex Stockton Rossini. No. On the phone quit. Alyssa. What are you what you're wrong Alice? What do you want? Your theme song to be. No idea. You gotta listen. So we decided route throw CD SOG. So we say Dallas on our street reporter, Alex, Dr rose eighty. Oh, my up. All right. Or I think the Barbara see. Better. Here's alice. That is like the frantic pace of Al absolutely. I agree. Totally all right Alice for boating. William to say never to tell us. All right. You got it. Hey, listen. Did you hear about this thing with the Kosta and Kellyanne Conway? So yesterday, Kellyanne Conway was talking with the media consciousness. Can you promise? The president will tell the truth tonight talking about his speech, right? Well, that's such a stew. So she said, yes, Jim, can you promise that you'll tell the truth? I will. Absolutely. This went on and on. And here's how this wound up. 'cause you're such a smart ass. A lot of these people don't like. Well, you such a smart ass and a lot of these people don't like you is getting vicious at the White House. I tell you it is indeed love Kellyanne telling Jim Acosta that you're a smart ass, and these people don't like you. Well, I'm glad wh what do you want for your theme song Joe Bartlett? I don't care. I I don't need waltz. I don't. So now with the latest news, here's show Barlett. Joe? All right. President Trump has made a big pitch for his wall along the southern border speaking to the country in prime time last night. But in a concession democrat says he says, it doesn't have to be concrete now law enforcement professionals have requested five point seven billion dollars for a physical barrier at the request of Democrats. It will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. This barrier is absolutely critical to border security. It sounds like the president was a little lackluster in his performance there. He really didn't wanna do it apparently during an off the record conversation that was then leaked to the New York Times. Trump complained that Sarah Sanders, Bill shine and Kellyanne Conway were making him do this speech. He says it's not gonna change a damn thing. But I'm still gonna do it. You also complained that the upcoming trip to the border is going to be a waste of time. Now, this was an off the record conversation that he had with Chris Cuomo and George Stephanopoulos, it only three among. But the heck is he doing hanging out with Chris quality? He's done that. They usually do that. It's off the record you kind of talk about. Yeah. Yeah. But what happened is one of them or somebody within that room leaked the off the record conversation right to the New York Times, and they published it was Chris Cuomo. But you know, what he was probably right. There wasn't an not gonna change a thing is right. Not going to change the things. Right. Final goodbyes begin today for the fallen firefighter. Stephen pollard. He died after falling Brooklyn overpass trying to help victims. Wait going to be held today and tomorrow, the marine park funeral home funeral services set for Friday. Governor Cuomo wants to blow up the MTA Wall Street Journal says he's stepped up his criticism of the agency in recent weeks, calling it bloated and resistant to change a plan could be introduced during his first one hundred days of his new term to do it all over again celebrity chef Mario batali not going to be charged for allegedly sexually assaulting two women of the New York Post, this police don't have enough evidence to bring charges in one case and in another the statute of limitations expired, and as the old saying goes, the eyes are the windows to the soul. But now, you're face could be the window to your health. This. This is scary. New study shows artificial intelligence technology can accurately identify several genetic diseases using just a photograph of your face is. Yeah, it's a I that's called deep guest. Is it was found to have outperformed doctors in identifying syndromes in three separate clinical trials. Maybe be the plaza. Can use this with his new health plan? And we don't need the doctors either Michel Stacey. Definitely got me. You got a problem at Michael what about that big red bulbous nose yours? Thanks Joey coming up fingers crossed or hoping we patched through the Oval Office. Oh, yes. Exciting like near call from the Oval Office. Plus your next chance to win a thousand dollars is coming up at nine five. But I the wrapping Bernie vitamin. Michael we still have a bunch of delays.
"thakin" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"You knew what he was you knew he was. And you took the cash in prices. You knew was how do I know that because I knew we was and I was just a late night. Dick, Joe comic at the comedy store. Okay. You knew who he was doing. And you took the cash and prizes. You can't retroactively fuck. And be like, oh, he's a bad guy. You knew who there are people who have careers right now. Because a Louis C K. All right now, this whole thing that they're trying to lump them in with Bill Cosby and with fucking Weinstein. He's not that. Listen, he jerked off in front of these girls. Now, he asked for permission from what I understand and people can he asked for permission rate there. He is Bill. Cosby, okay. Now people want to keep saying rape people. He didn't rape people. He jerked off from from people. That's not rape, man. And how do I know that because it happened to me did I was at the when I went to college ninety one at UNLV was at the book, I the library. Went upstairs went down this one aisle this huge black guy. Just fuck and slow stroke in it. Now, it's like holy fuck. And I walked and I ran back to my hotel. I will tell you today. I did not get raped. Okay. It was fucking creepy. It's wasn't fun to go through really fucking sucked. Okay. So we're trying to put him in with these fucking people that that's not him. Now shutting door everybody's bringing it just some weird fucking shit. Everybody. Wanna fuck in head on a stake? That's what that metoo movement. And now, let's go, where's the metoo movement? Where's that? Oh, well because everybody in the left was getting taken out. That's why fucking stopped. They're taking out their own fucking people. Where's the me? Too movement did guys just learn to be respectful. No. I know it's hard to be a female com. There's also a lot of fucking perks to being a female comic. There's less view. Okay. Social media, if you're tractive, you get more likes more followers, all that shit. Right. Then that helps for game booked on the row that helps in this day and age getting agents there are perks. Comedies fucking hard. Man. It's hard for everybody. Some people think they just don't walk to their dreams. It's because they're being held back by it's not like that, man. It's a hard business boozy. Everybody would be doing it. And now, it seems like everybody is doing stand up, you know. But it's it's just like, dude. I don't know what this guy has to do to fucking be given a second chance. You know, he helped a lot of people, and I know he was a sexual deviant. Yeah. We're not comics comedy is how much money you make off your mental illness. Okay. That's what is the more mentally ill. The better the comic. You are. He deserves a second chance. And if you don't think having everything stolen taken away from you not still taking away from you the way he has we went from the king of the hill to public enemy number one. It's fucking a punishment. And at least two girls, never call the cops. Never sued 'em raise on like that. There's been no Jannine know, all this stuff. Little by little. It's like I knew. But didn't wanna know they grad dash in it. Listen, how long was the Cosby show on? Let's take that. For example. They'll knew that too. Eat a lot of shit couple weeks ago for saying something on the road by this. But I'm not wine to you. It's truth. I know eight years for that one. And then there was another one after it wasn't there. I. Eight years, you know, all these rapes a lot of the rapes. They talk about the trailers they talk about they want the trailer. Anyway. Lee. You're no fucking criminal. You're a nice guy. Got jury duty tomorrow. You think if somebody was an NBC for eight years and all those women that complain that they got raped Thakin trail. NBC ever got to wonder this. Could you think all those years stop that? But should get a rape. And the trail awaken up going think, they knew as you. Well, then it come out like people were bringing bringing people to hammer if it wasn't him. Maybe was Weinstein the store is kinda get mixed up one agents bringing people to wind steam, I think Weinstein, I yeah, I'm just focused on NBC..
"thakin" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"I'm starting to wonder if that young LOKI series is going to be MC cannon. It's going to be. Why would why wouldn't it be well because agents of shield really isn't MC you cannon like they basically as the person who has actually watched of shield. Yes, it is. Does it affect the movies affect movies now? But it's in there. But I think it's what people I think it's a long lines on what people would want not everything has to affect all of it. But in the Asians of shield day bring up fan OSE and graviton almost says, well, I can defeat Thanos. And then she'll do something about him. But you know. All right. Well Wailer for the last season. But yeah, I I don't care what people say Asian. So she'll is totally cannon. Kennan adjacent. What about what about the defenders net? Flicks. That is still cannon. But they've recently said stuff about it happening at technically a different time period or something which I have hard time believing. What about runaways on Hulu? I don't want to run away. So I I will not say any opinion about the matter in this last season. They brought up. Roxanne corporation has been a player in both in both of the season. Rocco? Rock Saen is habit. Known a lot even in poking dagger. I understand they bring now. I can't remember I just binged all of the second season. I just finished. Did they they posted all at once? Yeah. Yeah. They drop. This time last season, they made you wait week tweak and this one they're like, oh people really wanted to Ben's that. So they dropped it all at once wonder if they're like, wow, people really stopped watching after you know, that I. I I'm only speaking for my own experience. But. Yeah. They it was in the middle of the season. So I don't know Brandon Brandon year on the tenth episode, right? Yeah. He said, and there is a moment where wilder says something like that was totally like it is from the movies like so that it would link it. Yeah. And I had a caught something. I can't remember what it was. It was something like only we had some sort of thing that can search for us. I know. About runaways will why did a law of cleaning yesterday? And I watch probably like eight episodes problem, you weren't paying attention. No. I was because I was doing dishes dishes are mindless problem you're paying too much tension. But I was holding a baby. Nick, look ripple multitasker casting watching runaways. Yeah. I was preparing for riots come over and hang out, those pretty awesome. So some of the rumors for the shows that will be debuted on here that will actually like not just in some words like runways done or in. You know, referencing the the. The invasion what they call daredevil anyway, referencing the was the incident. Yeah, that's right. They're talking about doing full on. Rumors are falcon and winter soldier series, which oh man knows Black Panther. He talks about Black Panther. Yes. He drops. Yeah. Yeah. That's what it was. Yeah. So so I mean, obviously, it's after this takes place after Black Panther. But they're also talking about, you know, so Thakin and winter soldiers they're gonna get Sebastian STAN and Anthony Mackie to do a series on here. That's something that they, you know, the Phil Colson was in both the movies and the shows and they've got lady Sieff to show up on a coupla episodes. But they really have been able to get people to go cross big screen little screen. But if they get Anthony Mackie aunts bashing stand to do a series, and then they're also talking about doing a rocket raccoon and Groot series, which tell you I would watch that all day long. So it Cobra all in sounds expensive, take my money, take my money. One thing about a second season of runways, though, is they definitely had a bigger budget. Yeah. More special effect lot more dinosaur. Lot more special effects a lot more cool things. But yeah. So let me ask you. Let me ask you this. If you could get it looks like they've been talking about doing buddy cop things because vision and scarlet witch. I mean LOKI I'm gonna soom Thorshavn up in there somewhere. The winter soldier rocket raccoon Groot what parrot from them. See you. Would you want to see a show a pair up along form narrative show? That's a pair up. It's two of them..
Isis returns to its insurgent roots
"ISIS is returning to its insurgent roots having been driven out of almost all the territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria four years after ISIS controlled as much as a third of Iraq declared a caliphate. It is retrenched, but it's still the power to carry out kidnappings killings and bombings. Khloe? Cornish took to Andrew England about the continuing threat posed by the group to stability in the region. In two thousand fourteen ISIS notes the blitz across Iraq and Syria. And at one point I think they control about third of Iraq and major cities in both countries. What's been happening in the last couple of years since the caliphate will the self declared caliphate has been defeated all the situation being in terms of how they've been pushed back from their strongholds. Rockford. It'd be Iraqi government declared a military victory over I his about this time. I should having won back control of major urban areas. Which I is it invaded include the northern city of Mosul Iraq's second largest city. So that was a fight that nasty three and number players involved. That's the fighters from the Iraqi army which had initially kinda crumbled in two thousand fourteen faced with the ISIS insurgency, you have Kurdish vices mcken fun region. You also had low of shin initial groups who had formed pretty much in response to the ISIS threats that was facing Europe. It was big big movement to mobilize additional fighters to protect the country. And a lot of those groups actually have a radian bucking. So all of these people working not always very well together. There was also west and involvement as well. Intensive ashtrays on ISIS targets in Iraq. So that's how that fight with paying out. And then in Syria, the situation is actually more complicated because the fight against ISIS is just one really the much larger civil war. So in Syria, ISIS territory was concentrated in the north east of the country on the big cities rocker and data which probably will be familiar to people. Now, you will probably see the social glasses destination of those cities under the weight of US leda strikes. So in Syria, ISIS is in fighting on the one hand Russian-backed pro regime Syrian forces with Iranian involvement and on the other hand US backed Syrian rebels. So it's actually been facing kind of both sides of the civil war and Russia and their Resor fell from ISIS control this year amid much lodge. Hush by the feeling of as well, so retake areas in the south the country. So there was basically a big effort by local and international forces to push them back in both countries. What do we know about what remains in terms of the ISIS fighters? Isis supporters across these two companies. At one point in August, the US apartment defense was saying there about three thousand ISIS fighters in this pocket in Syria, the this territory they control, but it's very important to be cautious about them. The I think it's very hard for us to know, exactly. How many fighters they're all lest and how many schools is they have across Iraq and Syria. But we do know where I this is holed up in Iraq. They've got we think they is in the hammering mountains, which a very very Thakin offense mountains kinda the middle of a rock, and they don't say tax from that. And then they will they will have more bases a more positions in northerner as well. And there's continuing worry about sleeper cells of ISIS, fighters and other parts of the country as well. You mentioned the being pushed out of the major cities they controlled in the major church they controlled house they adopted the way the carrying out attacks. Because they do continue to pose a threat as we've mentioned. Yeah. Absolutely. I just thought it at a terrorist insurgency and then gained these huge swathes of territory. Very frightening. Modern two thousand fourteen and what they've done is returned to the insurgent route that they came from much smaller terror attacks people just disappeared into the desert rose and trying to hold her Trie. So that seems to be the strategy now is to continue to destabilize these areas with smaller hit and run attacks, but still deadly unfortunately for civilians and officials who have against targeted in Iraq. What impact is that heaven? I mean, obviously in Iraq this chiefs ways the county Sedikh control, which has to be rebuilt about reconstruction. The need to get people who were forced out of the homes back and these areas which always felt very marginalized slightly by bike dad and was a new government in Baghdad. What impact is it having? Terms of Iraq and Iraq's ability to build on the security gains. And then in Syria where we're seeing the civil war is winding down as prison. Bouchara sats voices have reclaimed control of most of the country and get mentioning just how much progress hasn't Nate unsecurity interactions on his was holding touchy. Yes, they all these kinds of attacks. But the Iraqi security forces constellation is vice is happening execution type outweigh. However, you know, is people continue to feel threatened by ISIS attacks that really undermines any kind of official assets to restore stability in the sense of security as well in these places. I think it called me stress. Just how dangerous life can still feel. I think in face it might be better than before. But if I this is coming to your village and killed the most important tests and in that village issue the local chief, which is confident analyst of seen them doing. That contributes to a sense of instability in Syria. This is the of most active fighting still in Syria to try and expel ISIS from the last pockets territory, and so you have continual battle casualties that. But of the overall civil War, I suppose, the American involvement there is the most important thing because America's said it's in Syria in order to ensure the enduring defeat of ISIS, and so obviously the longer that they have to fight. I enjoy the longer they're gonna be there they north. They started to link that crisis in Syria to Iranian presence as well. And they want to be honest to see Iranian forces in Iranian proxy forces also being expelled from Syria. But the continuing bustle against I means America continues to have military presence into it as well. At one point when they controlled large areas in Syrian Iraqi Lee had oil resources that smuggling results the customs, they had taxes, etc. How they survive today. Does this indicate that perhaps they still have certain areas where they still have support. What do we know about what sustaining them? I guess it's important to stress how wealthy ISIS was at one point. It had opened up by volts that had huge oil revenues, and they invested some of that money into companies anything for money exchanges car dealership, and I think it's pretty hard for the authorities actually pinpoint which companies they beat in order to to function or stop them from operating. So what we understand believe that they get revenues from these companies, they also can stop and extort trucks on roads, and that kind of thing, so certainly they've knees are much much diminished. They are much much week before the nab were, but they do still have revenue. Streams coming in one of the notable things about twenty fourteen was her the Iraqi security forces, which the Americans have spent billions of dollars rebuilding of the invasion in two thousand and free melted away when they were faced with the fruit of ISIS, how it quits to the Iraqi forces. Forces to continue maintaining the offensive against ISIS and prevent a resurgence. I mean that would seem to be one of the critical things going forward. I think we'd have to say that the Iraqi forces are stronger than they were full. However, the US department defense expect to general recall, I said, I've how the fight against ISIS going. Deep highlight socks. They didn't think Americans would be able to leave Iraq anytime soon intensive needing to keep providing support to the Iraqi security forces one of the things that diplomats stress here as well, which they sometimes feel like they're not being heard back in their home capitals. Is that I it is not done thing. He's quite far off didn't thing in the and in that regard is going to need to be continuing the just ical and probably material support full voltage contracting. Is it not an easy thing to do counterinsurgency is in some ways. Much harder execute than ground offensive in love wage. You know, you don't know coming from. It's a difficult thing to do. And certainly the Americans in fact that the Iraqis are going to need help with it for the foreseeable featuring ever since the US invasion in two thousand and free ousted Saddam Hussein the have been sectarian shoes and publicity extremism in a country, which is now run by the Shia majority, people would say that's helped fuel the extremism that ISIS has been able to tap into. Do you think that those issues have been tackled have been dealt with? And how important will that be going forward when the new government in Baghdad looks to rebuild and reconstruct areas that came under ISIS control? I mean, exactly as you say they'd been real continuity in fans is a long-standing trending towards extreme in amongst some communities in Iraq sent doesn't three hundred before is well and the government now needs to do. It can to restore service days and its authority in some of these areas happen just so badly damaged by war. But we're also neglected before the ISIS insurgency and before people decided to join you can see. So, you know, it was just politics and conflicts, very localized in Iraq. But you can see there was a broader trend towards any extremes. And I think actually that has been a swing by though. I mean, I was just so brutal. That polling suggested the obscene. He's actually will let in favor of more hardline version of is not not the people. So I did. So in some senses, they lost support that says to me in a country where there have been real kind of weaponization and sectarian identity. This is not a problem. That's going to go away without tackling some of the courses.