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"thomas mann" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:29 min | 3 months ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The wrestling myself and if you're wondering congressman Thomas Mann sees Massey's Twitter he said the libertarian conservative Republican from Kentucky four terms his Twitter is it's now it engulfed in flames so you may want to check that out he was just on eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two and again I was just going back and forth during the commercial breaks on it message me and I said look we want to help the American people conservatives want to help the American people we all want to help each other we all want to use the the power that our government has because it's of us by us and for us to help as many people in a crisis but that doesn't mean we run fast and loose and we just go well things are kind of tough when you see those rules of the constitution in the past that's scary it's scary just ask people around the world everybody looks to our constitution in all every leader not every because I didn't study everyone but you'd be shocked at how many leaders have said you know if we can just do something you know kinda like using the U. S. constitution as a template because they they understood because were the freest nation on earth and our citizens have more protection than any other citizen on earth heck the Democrats want the constitution of the United States to cover people on earth and beyond this galaxy that's how desperate for votes they are but we'll get to that another time let's go back to the phones this is Paul in south Portland Maine where I used to live right there by the bridge welcome hi am I on yes you are okay great thank you for having me my comment is that I get hired by companies to help them solve problems and work on them and on a PhD type and and and I'm very good at what I do and what I hear is what when you're trying to solve the problem you don't spend all your resources on everything you focus on where the problem is and what you need to do and right now there are twelve states that represent sixty percent of the popup sixty percent of the problem and they represent twenty four percent of the population there New York New Jersey Louisiana Washington DC Massachusetts alarm ironically Michigan Connecticut Vermont Colorado and Illinois and if we focused on those states and looked at what was needed to solve the problem and does state the rest of us would benefit and we don't need to do that these blanket things that cover everybody right now we need to focus where the problem is that is a great assessment now you said Dr are you a medical doctor PhD research what is your specialty I'm not I'm a PhD a researcher I actually have a couple of PH dis engineering artificial intelligence mathematics and I've done work with pharmaceutical industries finance industry and so forth on the guy that they hire when they're having a bad day with their company and they need to process the need to figure out or invent something new how to fix the problem that guy on the go to guy I sink in in your template makes a lot of sense but I think the differences here is we have fifty governors that are also in the mix and they probably have more weight than certain level managers in a particular corporation would that be fair to say I mean the structure is different but I I hear what you're saying it makes sense hit the problem and not get out then it doesn't spread well it and then we need to contain it to where it is right now but the other thing we don't want it to spread and we at at and we need to figure out we need to invent a new solution here because right now only point zero three percent of the population is infected of the United States Dr hi I have a hard.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on WRVA

"The rush Limbaugh's show and if you're wondering congressman Thomas Mann sees Massey's Twitter he said the libertarian conservative Republican from Kentucky four term his Twitter is it's now it engulfed in flame so you may want to check that out he was just on eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two and again I was just going back and forth during the commercial break someone had message me and I said look we want to help the American people conservatives want to help the American people we all want to help each other we all want to use the the power that our government has because it's of us by us and for us to help as many people in a crisis but that doesn't mean we run fast and loose and we just go well things are kind of tough when you see those rules of the constitution in the past that's scary it's scary just ask people around the world everybody looks to our constitution in all every leader not every because I didn't study everyone but you'd be shocked at how many leaders have said you know if we can just do something you know kinda like using the U. S. constitution as a template because they they understand because were the freest nation on earth and our citizens have more protection than any other citizen on earth heck the Democrats want the constitution of the United States to cover people on earth and beyond this galaxy that's how desperate for votes A. R. but we'll get to that another time let's go back to the phones this is Paul in south Portland Maine where I used to live right there by the bridge welcome hi am I on yes you are okay great thank you for having me my comment is that that I get hired by companies to help them solve problems and work on them and I'm a PhD type and and and I'm very good at what I do and what I hear is what when you're trying to solve a problem you don't spend all your resources on every thank you focus on where the problem is and what you need to do and right now there are twelve states that represent sixty percent of the popup it's sixty percent of the problem and they represent twenty four percent of the population there New York New Jersey Louisiana Washington DC Massachusetts Guam ironically Michigan Connecticut Vermont Colorado and Illinois and if we focused on those states and looked at what was needed to solve the problem in those states the rest of us would benefit and we don't need to do that these blanket things that cover everybody right now we need to focus where the problem is that is a great assessment now you said Dr are you a medical doctor PhD research what is your specialty I'm not I'm a PhD a researcher I actually have a couple of PH dis engineering artificial intelligence mathematics and I've done work with pharmaceutical industries finance industry and so forth I'm the guy that they hire when they're having a bad day with their company and they need to process the need to figure out aren't and something new how to fix the problem that guy on the go to guy I sink in in your template makes a lot of sense but I think the differences here is we have fifty governors that are also in the mix and they probably have more weight than certain level managers in a particular corporation would that be fair to say I mean the structure is different but I I hear what you're saying it makes sense hit the problem and knock it out then it doesn't spread well it and then we need to contain it to where it is right now at that the other thing we don't want it to spread and and we at at and we need to figure out we need to invent a new solution here because right now only point zero three percent of the population is infected of the United States Dr hi I have a hard break I do I want to thank you for your great Q. Mercer rug cleaning studios Richmond news weather and traffic.

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List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020

The Takeaway

04:16 min | 6 months ago

List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020

"As the clock strikes midnight on new year's eve get this thousands of copyrighted works will finally entered the public domain and that includes books movies music all sorts of creative works that were first published in the U. S. in nineteen twenty four and if you're a little hazy on came out that year here's one the first movie adaptation of Peter Pan okay yeah we would have had a clip for that but that one was a silent film but also one of the things coming out this year blues legend of ma Rainey song CC right I'm enters the public domain it means it's no longer protected by copyright and the public can use and consume it without permission and at no cost and without the public domain we wouldn't have so much art that rests on the work of authors like Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare and these mass expirations used to happen every year in nineteen ninety eight though Congress passed the copyright term extension act it extended copyright protections for existing works for twenty years January first twenty nineteen so the first public domain dump since nineteen ninety eight for more on this host and you have a your recently spoke to Jennifer Jenkins a clinical professor of law and director of the center for the study of public domain at Duke University Jennifer thanks for joining me thanks so much for having me on the show tunes in so give us a couple of examples of maybe more of the popular works in the public domain and that some of our listeners might be familiar with well works from before copyright existed such as the works of Shakespeare the works of Mozart the works of Beethoven the works of Charles Dickens all of these are in the public domain and your listeners might be familiar with them because if you think think about the contributions of Shakespeare to our culture because Romeo and Juliet was in the public domain letter bursting was free to write West Side Story the movie's Gnomeo and Juliet and for me unless di did not have to get in touch with his errors and they were not subject to a veto and Shakespeare himself through in the public domain before him Romeo and Juliet you on Arthur Brooks the tragical history of Romeo and Juliet which in turn on all of its Pyramus and Thisbe and so your audience may be able to think of you know scores of works that drew on public domain material when something is not in the public domain what happens then because I understand that the song Happy Birthday was not in the public domain isn't that interesting it is now when something's not in the public domain that means that if you want to use the work you have to locate the copyright holder and you have to get permission from the copyright holder is welcome to say no are they can charge you a fair fee or they can charge you an exorbitant fee now this is a good thing copy rights are very important the public coming in as the yen to the gang of copyright protection so the design of the copyright system is there will be a term of copyright protection when you meet any of us you know enjoy exclusive rights over creative works then after a certain period of time that copyright expires in those works go into the public domain where anyone else is free to use and build upon them so there's some work entering the public domain and twenty twenty what might people be excited about what's coming into our public domain wonderful music so my favorite musical piece going to public domain is George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue some literary works Thomas Mann's the magic mountain EM Forster's passage to India wonderful children's book a a Milne when we were very young there are also some wonderful silent films works featuring Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd silent film called Dante's inferno which itself to a public domain works Dante's divine comedy of course but also intermixing that with elements from Charles Dickens and the Christmas Carol so they're really great works going to the public domain next year and I know a lot of us are very excited about that so if

Donald Trump's intelligence chief Dan Coats resigns; Texas Republican John Ratcliffe to replace

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Trump's intelligence chief Dan Coats resigns; Texas Republican John Ratcliffe to replace

"Update another departure from the trump administration director of national intelligence Dan coats is leaving next month his two year tenure was marked by the president's clashes with intelligence officials Texas congressman Republican John Radcliffe will be nominated for the position CBS news intelligence and national security reporter a Libya gases Thomas Mann reckless is a recent addition to the intelligence committee he won a bunch of support it would appear from the White House after he had some notable questioning of the former special counsel Robert Muller during his hearing on Wednesday that exchange was said to have captured the attention and obviously the operation of the president he had been floated also as a potential candidate to replace former Attorney General Jeff sessions so we know with him to have been on the president's radar for some

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"thomas mann" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"It's all about the NFL Kanban Thomas Mann. Georgia BULLDOGS has some great representation out there. We're looking at what de'andre Baker can do from that cornerback position. We're looking at is a NADA in. What is it can do with the tight ends Holyfield? He's been running. So these dudes out there trying to make their dreams come true. And in a few seconds. We're going to be talking with one of the greatest. Fullbacks one of the greatest men come out of the backfield in NFL history. Mr Tony Richardson, and Tony is an interesting situation. He played for Auburn. Yeah. We're not gonna hold out against we're not gonna hold that against too much. But he is one of the greatest backs in the history of the NFL has blocked for plenty of rushers. He's a part of the NFL legends community. So he makes sure that a lot of the players are taking care of right here in the league right now. He's actually in Indianapolis at the combine right now checking in with a lot of these dudes less chatted up. Hey, Tony what's going on with you? What's up my brother? So actually, I just I just got back in because wants to run the running backs finished on on Friday. We all kinda like got on the same flight. I made it back to New York even through a snowstorm, but I'm back in the city right now. Good to hit Sony. We got my main man Sam is smart right here with you was well now Sony your role. What did you see from the running backs here at the combine? And you also have your own interesting story being undrafted. But how was it? How did the players? Go ahead and react out there. To the biggest thing. So wondering we really want to do with the NFL legend is this. Trying to be a resource because I think about you know, I came out of Auburn in nineteen ninety four. I wish I would have had a seventeen year veteran. We also have Fred Taylor first round draft choice. And so are both mentors. Guys, just to kind of be like a sounding board if they had any questions just just wanted to beat her form. So, you know, I think for Friday night to tag team per se was great because you got a guy who went to the combine first round draft choice had an incredible career. And he also had a guy who didn't go to the combine. Undrafted. And was fortunate enough to play seventeen years, and so it was two different two different perspectives. But actually, it was a good week in the in the in the young men actually responded, really, well, and you being undrafted that you're referring to yourself, but you ended up signing with the Cowboys, and you actually learn from two of the greatest backs of all time it would Emmett Smith in endow Johnston. What did you impart on a lot of the young backs that were there at the combine this year? The biggest thing I told I told the guys even running back tonight. I gotta really I gotta is on on Alex from he's he's a fullback back. He'd only back that was invited to combine. And I I got my first point when I first got a chance to meet him was at the at the senior bowl and then him in. Into combine. He he did he based thank you did the press like sixteen times, he he didn't really run as well as you wanted to buy say guess what you know what? Depending on you never know how to drafts don't happen to me coming out of college. I thought I was going to get drafted maybe fourth fifth sixth round didn't get drafted. But you know, I tell young people it's not about how you started. How you finish. And right now, you have an opportunity, and I you know, I didn't go to the combine. But I got a free agent. Tryouts went to the Cowboys was under practice browser first year. And as you mentioned Emmett Smith as a rookie behind go to Chicago to Kansas City that makes you and I have I have Marcus Allen. So I had to Rb to greatest running back in the history of NFL as mentors. And that's one thing. I wanted to impart you the young people just you've everything you have. And you just let the chips fall. They may hear you. Tony we own a phone with Tony Richardson. What are the greatest backs in NFL history? One of the greatest backers full fullbacks. You don't see a lot of a fullbacks blocking in the NFL right now. Anymore? But right here, Don Lanna, the name Holyfield rings, a lot of bells and Alonzo Holyfield went out there had a great showing in the power department in regards to the bench press, not so hot in regards to the speed pushing out that forty out of four point seven Sony. What did you see from logical Holyfield? I take your word with a little bit more weight versus an evaluator. You actually played you were back there long career. What did you see from lodger? Yeah. 'cause I I can't opportunity count speech on for a little bit. Because when I got inducted into the Alabama sports hall of fame. I went in with his dad, and which I had no idea that his dad was actually born in Alabama. So we went in together for that kind of gave me a wages kinda talked to him a little bit. So Fred Taylor Accu said he said, you know, what the Georgia bags whatever reason when they run they just get a little bit tense, and it just don't run their world in the forty yard dance which over the last two years, but the thing about it is like one thing we tell these young kids effect. You know, what if you play you can play like we had what we had the young kid from from K state. He did the bench press. Like, I think he'd be thirty four reps. Right. You can't take the best spreads to the field. But just watching these young man watching watching whole show and just obviously, you know, Auburn guy kicking he could flat out play. So one thing I told him don't be discouraged about the time. The thing about it here popping speed. He might not be the guy that runs a four two four three four four teams. No, he has that. Power. He can he can boogie. So well, I think the sky's the limit for him. And obviously just coming out of Georgia. I mean, everyone back generally comes out of Georgia. I wish we had we had girly, you know, during the Super Bowl. So I I think the young man has a bright future. Tony Thomas montier a question that I have is what's a common. I guess thing that we don't realize these guys are going through during Combi week that we kind of overlooked that they really struggle with mentally you get to meet with them. You get to talk with them. What do they continue to talk to you about that? We kind of in front of the camera. You know, looking at these guys might not know that they're really struggling with during this week. I'm so glad you said that because the biggest thing so I'm gonna tell you my week. And so obviously, I'm always a little bit less stress their week. But so I got in on Tuesday. So Tuesday, we did four orientation, and then they got a chance to probably get to a room fiber nine or ten o'clock drug testing from five AM and looking at their schedule schedule on that Wednesday from five AM they did not get back to the room until eleven pm. And so that makes morning when I saw him they all look exhausted man, it's been a long day. I said what the teams wanna put you under this pressure in distress. Because if you could deal with this. They wanna see how do they know they know like they're gonna put you under the most pressure situation most rescue everyone have your entire life. Just to kind of see how you build it. And if you respond, well, then guess what these are the guys, and and you tests, well, they know those are the guys that we want drive. So that was the biggest thing they say every young person to a person said man, I ain't get no sleep. You said I woke up at five o'clock in the morning. I didn't touch my room again. Like they had no downtime from five in the morning to eleven o'clock PM that night, they were just grinding grinding grinding. And then once we got to the field yesterday. I'm like this. This is what running backs when we come to come to life. Now, you get a chance to do football stuff. 'cause the biggest thing interview they had fight test and drug testing to everything you could possibly imagine. And then once we hit the on Friday. I was like, you know, what now's the opportunity for you to go out and run. That's what we do run. And then show, you know, football do all that kind of stuff. So that's the big thing is just the pressure. They have to go through three days, and if you can handle it, and you know, what you're gonna be you're gonna be next week yours or or or saquon or not you you probably might not get drafted, right? We got Sony Richardson on the lawn of the greatest fullbacks in NFL history coming out of Auburn was just an inducted into the Alabama hall of fame for athletes and Sony something else that I wanted to ask you the the rookies going in you spoke about the relationship and its arms that you've been. Able to talk to a Holyfield the rookies right now have more resources to help them succeed. And then one of the big things that your part of the NFL legends community. Does you guys kick in with the players prior to them getting into the NFL? Is it a matter of they have to complete their career? How does what you guys do relates to the rookies and the folks who are trying to get into the NFL? That's actually the best question ever. Because the thing about it. So like as I've mentioned, so I was actually a captain for the senior bowl. So I was with Jon Gruden staff. So I had I had a touch point where I've I got new kids soon as they get out of their college eligibility. And then when you get a chance to spend that time down at the senior bowl, and we get a chance to mentor them at the combine combine go to draft. And then once they get drafted NFL because we realized like the average trinity, and it does you know, two and a half three years, but they're going to be former players a lot longer than it'd be current players. So one thing we want to do from the NFL standpoint just to be mentors. Like, I said it was me. And it was Fred Taylor who in first round draft choice wide receiver. We had a we had Tory hopes we had a bunch of guys like Chad Pennington to be resources for like all these guys because we realized that I wish I would have had someone that helped me do do that transition. And so now, that's what we're trying to do at this current point. Tony a lot of times we see these guys on television. We see this running back claws on television. Yeah, they look and they look quick. But it's different when you're on the field and actually seeing them up close and interacting with them. Give me a couple of names that really stood out to you. When you possibly met them the first time in person, just as a physical stand. Point. And just as a as a guy you think it'd be a really good running back into league. Because there's a lot of good players and this draft class. The young kid from Alabama. Actually, he he didn't have a lot of reps because he was the second straight. He was a junior. But I mean, this is one guy that I mean, they they got a first round grade on him..

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"thomas mann" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Yeah, yeah, to see. Yeah, it's a terrific time. Yeah, sweet. Well, I'm going to talk briefly ish about a film that I watched. I tell you this week. I tried to pull a pie, whack it and watch something that I didn't have any expectations for sure. Little horror movie. Yeah, so Canadian produce directed. I believe. And let me tell you I watched a movie called our house. Oh, yeah, I look that and then decided, no. Oh, I read some articles about that. Yeah, yeah. This stars seems I I did a lot of I read about three sentences. The the main actor in this is Thomas Mann and he was the great. Yeah, he was in meet Earl in the dying girl as the skull island? Yeah, SCO island, he did a lot of stuff. And so he stars in this movie as Ethan at the beginning of movie, his even to. This is a prequel. Running with their none. Not enough. I get wondering when they're gonna run. A mustache was gonna come point. So Ethan is suffering enormous guilt. After his parents killing a car accident. He quits a promising future at MIT and work and works on a revolutionary experiment in order to care for his younger siblings. So basically he is trying to do this experiment to produce wireless energy, and it's something for school and and he leaves an important night at his house with his family to go do some research and. When he's laughed, this tragedy occurs and he's kind of left as the caregiver now to to siblings when the after the parents die. And so some of the siblings have this kind of, you know, resentment over if you weren't here and they if they hadn't had do this Dr viewer home to drive a you would have laughed at the same time. The actually it would've occurred kind of thing. In it becomes a horror movie where this experiment that he's trying to do is awakening some kind of apparition or supernatural element to the house. And it's o k and I wanted this movie to be better because I was hoping it'd be another pie, whack it where it was and to some degree it is because the stuff about the movie that that is the most interesting is the stuff that I was trying to describe what the family where he's now the caregiver, and he has to like wake the kids up for school and like, and basically take care of them and make sure that everything is is going as it should. And the resentment from the older sibling kind of saying like, it's your fault that this happened and him trying to struggle with. Now, I'm in charge and I have to grow up and be an adult even though I'm not yet. I'm just in college. All of that is like a really interesting thing to hang your movie on and it's done fairly well and the. The problem with the movie is everything else. The supernatural stuff thing where he's trying to like, make. Make wireless energy. It's like he has this like bulb and this weird thing that he's built that like spins around and it's supposed to conduct the wireless energy. And I just feel like if you're going to have them like a like a experiment in your movie, you have to like explain it in some way that I can at least grasp what it is. Like he says, like, you know, we have wireless internet wireless, everything else, you know, wireless energies, the future, which is not wrong that idea. Yeah..

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Uh it's the place were thomas mann wrote the magic mountain it's a regionally a sanatorium a place where people go to regain their health to uh uh you know to overcome the travails of normal life uh and uh in some ways the world economic forum which is uh a more recent creation it is similar to the place where a mad a german professor brought together originally some european managers to talk about the feud sure of europe and of corporate life uh and of capitalism itself and its evolves into this rather robust uh kabbal uh go with sewer uh uh think they're in charge of the world uh and with the help of socalled neutral switzerland bring people together from the not for government uh not not for profit side governmental side and the corporate side to talk about the risks with the present world very few the discussions are about the rewards today or the creation of wealth with all the uh downsides frankly of the world we presently live in so it's it's not a place that you would have thought that the newly elected president donald trump would show up because it just the uh paragon of globalism and um it is is a place that frankly is uh suddenly anti american and critical of american power it's a it's a much more uh eurocentric uh a position on the world and frankly fairly anticapitalist in some ways uh it's also become a place for great the celebrities as you mentioned quote hang out with and kind of feel good and chile uh julie and a hot too above bono this year elton john uh people of uh look so i think trump took the bull by the horns and basically says i'm gonna go there and give them my america first message and invite the mall to in fact come to america to invest in what we're doing and uh to bring their money back and the jobs back to america and what he created it was a uh uh more than a sandstorm of a kind of euphoria really about uh trump inau makes of was really trump of mania this year at tablet.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Uh he ends group though even though we don't have much to cheer for here in cleveland worth of what bosnian lately well it's been a long lately like losing joe thomas mann not missed a play for all of them years uh that was one that i thought of and then uh just watching the game yesterday kazakh ten states extremely close to where i live like 15 minutes uh juliet julian adult men a former flash uh not playing yesterday too with the new england losing him that was huge right back to the to the preseason he'd been out the entire year so yeah i would think case of joe thomas said and i'm certain that he would have rather been playing but i feel as though it turned into a blessing in disguise because i ran into one of the browns suck communications directors when i was in minneapolis he actually recognize by voice when i went to get by credential and he said he listens to the show every morning and he's a big fan so that was kinda cool anyway he said joe was really determined to stay relevant after he got injured that has an office of lyman you recognize that you know not a lotta people know your faith and even outside the cleveland who would know who joe thomas is right and what his moment kinda fade and he didn't want to disappear from the scene so we got involved in webcast seeing he became much more active on his social media he developed a podcast he was actually in minneapolis justice record is podcast in so i feel like he's got to develop this holder side of him and maybe just maybe when he's done with his career whatever happens to be he's kind of discovered this other passion that he has now uh mojo kinda funny you say that because my son says that he thinks that he's gonna actually if he does tang it up this year or maybe plays this year it will be next year he'll be with the uh fox broadcasting the certainly a lot of players these days that come out prepared to do media i think with muddy i football having an opening and of course we saw with tony romo last year i even jay cutler leaving his spot open to go back to football but that's become.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thomas mann's key of quarterback schools is what be the khurana celli met uk you care passive ordered i'm sorry snow back to this weekend's games you want people to stick today now i i think that we're going to get a novel boring super bowl i think uh would you like into the patriots defense that gives an explosive austrian come on man and i'm gonna be on and drink drink trying to talk to people bodo would they got plant after the game and um you know i'm gonna spend one night like that but i really hope we get a good super bowl when i just can't see the egos um went in and i can't see the jaguars one and you know disc this fall tough think they're going to take the the tiger cub bono water manage around him you know that's what i think is going to happen this weekend uh you know when you're england face the jaguar j s bad japan i want to talk to you next weekend as well thank you my brother that is good stuff right there yeah i know everybody is going nuts overhand ammonium in new england i you know jay and i just from a march jackson but look he's a great talent and it's interesting because in the old off air show dennis back in new york and i were chopping it up in terms of near the draft and china fans in there all you know a lot of the art of the crew back in command central new york city you're going to be very much interested in what are the giants going to deal with this cleveland due at the top of the draft and there's gonna be some decisions made and let's remember next weekend is the senior ball if i've got it right because you.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"End of the year for affect coal nick sign i made a good move got rid of the the one gather phil jackson unfortunately this still pay the price rise am to the other isaiah thomas mann overall jail ryan speaking of sexual harassment you're right man phil you know why would thought i'd say this but my heart goes out to you got some issues the deal you want so unusual for a care by barbed wire can all be our maury on pay i mean brooklyn yeah is yet to five wives to but free freestyle one yeah well i had to go to get one fear right now john wouldn't have been after the us but food so we go there was send you a parting gift because we appreciate the time you come on here and and i think it's probably going to be a couple of tickets for this week's giants game and cheer on gino smith in oakland in oakland you got ta the flights all we can't let harold harold has only so my all youtube cadaval just sued if you'd like we pick them up on a special deal are we gotta i've got powder boom one alive greed which which would you out of here a powder blue out of their eyes i say jurate argue all your wallet there were of may volley that quarterback will be great some day off the new england his dickey's has used to say to perform his kenneth future is a fi encountered brady somewhere i'd say could you got a future absolutely okay mcrae i well you the man baby a man they were without without because these substance dole unlike the swedish malange which is just tom foolery we are the substance show we break you rate pride and theo a professor a shooting of the economy and a.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Two two gift if dan a two two two thousand two two two three n d in both the two quake colin firth the now now la anymore got it then some is mon lift us deal now dumbed down to two loss to lowly work because girl not going to do this no no this is just too this gift ted pete's the dmz good so don't give us who dunham kennedy meeks with these legged the mitch take this data built some food from exorcism one a new clinical no got a thick lama done these these david we will kill if done a two two this is twos i think both hutus quite cut isn't too dumb the now i make none now dan thomas mann news slipped us now dan you too loud two of good get pats the it's not cuts not customers damn that some some pretty much not much has got the money is dictated that is to help those two the tanks gone is the king of the dead i need celebrities no dead the appeased did these this gift ahead as good as the poll now i got it then thomas mann news now dan you too low good well the ryan's roses lots of thinking going on about this one you've got rahul in sandra sandra sheaf i mean imagine this you find someone else's black underwear in your laundry i've i founded extra extralarge men's trunks mmm in my laundry and i've thought to myself how did very large swimming trunks dead in my laundry and that i retraced my steps did not have a man period uk did not have what you're wild party did not have a lot i realize my buddy marked came over we went swimming he left his trunk at the house ended up in the laundry but man it throws you like my heart drop for second retracing mice and you've got sander here who finds two pairs of black underwear there were not hers and her husband explains it like this there this crazy click in the building in what i mean and i disfigured you know he was going to try and start dumped in i mean i think the back cream i mean about row water dumb mm dumb woman i mean.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Two two gift if dan a two two two thousand two two two three n d in both the two quake colin firth the now now la anymore got it then some is mon lift us deal now dumbed down to two loss to lowly work because girl not going to do this no no this is just too this gift ted pete's the dmz good so don't give us who dunham kennedy meeks with these legged the mitch take this data built some food from exorcism one a new clinical no got a thick lama done these these david we will kill if done a two two this is twos i think both hutus quite cut isn't too dumb the now i make none now dan thomas mann news slipped us now dan you too loud two of good get pats the it's not cuts not customers damn that some some pretty much not much has got the money is dictated that is to help those two the tanks gone is the king of the dead i need celebrities no dead the appeased did these this gift ahead as good as the poll now i got it then thomas mann news now dan you too low good well the ryan's roses lots of thinking going on about this one you've got rahul in sandra sandra sheaf i mean imagine this you find someone else's black underwear in your laundry i've i founded extra extralarge men's trunks mmm in my laundry and i've thought to myself how did very large swimming trunks dead in my laundry and that i retraced my steps did not have a man period uk did not have what you're wild party did not have a lot i realize my buddy marked came over we went swimming he left his trunk at the house ended up in the laundry but man it throws you like my heart drop for second retracing mice and you've got sander here who finds two pairs of black underwear there were not hers and her husband explains it like this there this crazy click in the building in what i mean and i disfigured you know he was going to try and start dumped in i mean i think the back cream i mean about row water dumb mm dumb woman i mean.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Attack any criticism and he has to be issue he has to be the topic of both any issue whether it's hurricane on a demonstration pledged to the topic of this hour and i thank you for the call and it certainly the topic of the book thomas mann and the others have brought out into the world bradley reitz in response to your guest commented is coming from on high seems pretty clear the for many years now policy is actually coming from lobbyists what kind of realistic steps can be made to diminish this phenomenon way come across strong in the book for campaignfinance reform but we've been talking about it for a long time without real momentum in fact things have gotten worse because of court decisions one of the promises of the trump campaign was to drain the swamp and and the evidence accumulate is that go back to sarah palin of art house at work out of that work now work it out very well well add at all listened lobbing is an essential in pretty constitutionally protected activity but when it intersects with money such that our elected officials only listened to two people and spend time with people who provide the bucks than they're not they're not hearing and seeing what they need to forge good public policy the the reality is i think the most people realize that washington is dictated by lobbyists in by special in interest but nevertheless despite the promises another standing promises come through so can campaigns we haven't seen much in the way of progress on that's where we had you know the mcgann mccainfeingold bill and since then there's been nothing there's a lot of effort and a lot of support on the democratic side of the aisle but they're in a minority now and it you need a constitutional amendment to do some things it's it's very tough we sudan is there any hope for crossing that i'll i mean it.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Republican agenda which is which is repeal and replace obamacare and cut taxes that those are the only two serious legislative initiatives and none of those neither of those would do any good in fact they do much harm to the very people that are have been very out spoken in their supportive trump again we're talking with thomas mann who is resident scholar the institute a governmental studies that uc berkeley and co author with ej dion and norman ornstein of one nation after trump a guide for the perplexing disillusioned the desperate in the not yet deported there is also this element of support for prison trump because you could call it gene phobia but in many people's minds you hear this argument from the right and from really many moderates as well the immigration was getting out of hand the number of people who were allowed into the country they're was fear there is fear and loathing of course but there was a lot of fear and just wondering about your thoughts particularly about the idea that um in not addressing for example radical islam in a direct way that uh president obama was wanting in ways that president trump basinas not wanting or the other argument that you continually here that president obama was the vis of because so many things were seen from a racial category by those and impoverishing the president obama they said you know attorney general holder and president obama were working largely on behalf of their own race and so the argument went and the certainly in terms of the racial disparities in this country spoke very again deeply almost atavistic lead to a lot of american citizens uh on the ladder ironic clayton barack obama tried to de racial eyes most issues not how they saw it though i did not see it that way and and there has been a backlash to having a black man and african american in the white house for eight years even though he was personally popular all uh left office a very good terms there is a segment again a minority another minority of people who are who are very upset about there's also the reality.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Pay path adding the hand believed that as having that his name as stephen paddock we located norris firearms within the room that he occupied as next time on the take away from wnyc an pri public radio international we'll bring it to take away program beginning at noon today and form will devote it's ten o'clock hour in its entirety to the shooting in las vegas this is forum on michael krasny we're talking this hour with thomas mann uc berkeley thomas mann with us in studio co author of one nation after trump and this is after the terrible tragedy that occurred in las vegas yesterday president trump speaking earlier today and words and rhetoric that certainly sought to bring americans together real quote pro question that were grappling with here's whether this president can indeed bring americans together even in a tragedy of this nature and of this magnitude let me bring our callers in let me begin with you doug you're on the air i found a speaking to the point that was made earlier by mr manner around diet that guy true path to have new poorest to how likely a rational and acceptable form governance yesterday the treasury secretary went on the sunday talk shows and talk about air tax reform proposal look massive tax cut who they want to cut i he said he had spoken with members of congress without it now any ache weapon know that yes i if you look at it under eight guess i normal grading system our tax reform proposal would i you know increase the deficit by over a billion dollars over ten years by that that's.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The last item was dismissive of the legitimacy of their political opposition i mean that is what the republicans fell into we traced it out out in it's even worse than it looks and many many people come to see it in fact the strongest supporters of our argument were republicans former elected officials who had left the bodies uh because become so radicalized this is not a partisan argument at all all we're talking again with thomas mann and his new book coauthored as one nation after trump bugeyed guide for the perplexed the dissolution the desperate and the not yet deported these new norms that have been established by president trump puts us on account kind of a different standard i mean when you have a president calling a war hero a loser in the allegations against women coming forward and talking about women in a violent way and so forth i mean you can we make america free again of those kind of a fetters that we have now had put upon us by this president in other words the expectation now is that anything is the new nor many thing to come from this president that would have never come from previous president that's absolutely right and underlying all of this is the is is the worst uh uh which is the absence of truth the timothy snyder author a volunteer unease sandoval of all of his lesson serve of how to resist autocracy and tyranny are is to insist on truth uh and donald trump uh lies about everything it's it's it's been documented demonstrated hundreds and hundreds of times since coming to office and additional hundreds before.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In america of and one of their new gun their new gun laws legislation that's being proposed to do away with silencers to federal laws that will make preclude the possibility of any kind of gun control it it's your seat opposite of what you would expect at a time like this this brings up an important point about minority rule anti majoritarianism in american politics because it it turns out the senate of course is constructed by having two members from each state a which which means we have an extraordinary rural bias in the united states senate with very small of lowly populated states of having in ordinate legislative power and in fact fats the basis of uh in many respects of the senate being unable to to pass saw any kind of gun control legislation well we'll be talking more of a gun control issues later this week we're talking to thomas mann whose residents scholar institute of governmental study said university of californiaberkeley and co author with dj dion norman ornstein of one nation after trump a guide for the perplexity disillusion the desperate and the not yet deported you talk about the native ism in these unifil be and all that but again when you think about how this country has to come together and can come together and you get to that in the book and i want to bring that up certainly but as reading an issue vanity fair which talks to some of the major historians about president trump compared to others in as you can imagine doesn't come off similarly as he doesn't come of in your book the very positive portrait but rubber delic who is certainly a distinguished historian in his own right says it's impossible unify under trump because i'm quoting him now he offers a master plan in how not to be president does it delic's words well i accept those words it turns out donald trump is the most unqualified and unsuitable person to occupy the presidency in the history of american democracy they're just no question about it everything about his his experience his personal style his his inner needs are point to a man who's who has none of equality is that the.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"On call the polar now let me none got it dan thomas mann knows that now dumbed down the two loss to all burqas good he did devil what happened don't you today for friday september twenty five go through a young 24yearold lady from on terry canada name cat gallon ju yoga charlotte tell you all the time that sometimes in life someone asked to die in order for us to live sometimes they die figuratively sometime sometimes they die literally in this case cat died figuratively mouse nutrient going on in these streets in that trend is called a school era tattoo pick up for nothing i race calero spell it as c l gyari okay if our mapra avenue right it doesn't matter because there is absolutely no need to be able to school era tattoo up for nothing i race spell it as c l gyari a k if i'm not for northern right it doesn't matter because there's absolutely no need here with the white to their eyes to another colour using fiber dermik needle now cat got purple ink injected into her right eye yes she got purple ink injected into her right arm ball if you're watching us all revoked tv you can shia right now because she wanted the whites of her eyes to turn purple idle one nocall mri on on what the white tomorrow to turn yellow raid that little orangeish tint most thirtysomething the know hood got because they've been drinking liquor is morgan black a mountain stage of eleven on local in the white smile is okay i definitely don't i don't do paint guy are i get a little argued predrag it a little my urine to put it right marble okay over any of my listeners out there suffer from pink are right now and the time you'll be dazzling tissue would your urine and put it in your eyeballs you have to get medication for that urine okay twenty four to thirty six hours.

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"thomas mann" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"thomas mann" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"No two two optical zoom thank you two two both choose curtain of the the now i'm a monumental dan is mon flipped us tease announced dumbed down to to to a burqas god this time round known grab just to give a speech now dan don't give us can i don't eat the mitch dated take to take some dennis of suicide dan them got it no these these daddy hello if dan two two both two earthquakes curtain dumbed the man god is dan thomas mann has left us now dan not too you must get the not got at moment that some some but not that could the money is dictated to help attention johnny's the pronounced dead i need celebrities no date the peace i think these planet this gives is i quit the poll the summit now dan not real ninety two three la's over here pop and the real shells daren jayco gulf race montana and right here carty be and more call them we are looking for you right now because sara sara have you take heed sarah all her allow sara was hard from sara gone from rant command rancho cucamonga you are calling every ninety two so congratulations to arafat rancho cucamonga you got a pair of tickets to real ninety two three presents the real showed 2017 that has gone down epa form it angle saturday november 18th live on stage j coal french montana yo gotti carty be jesse ray though he dalloz gaza and young california and i heard you say thank you you are more than welcome sarah from rancho now what we got you want i gotta ask you this my lebanon kevin durant he got called defended himself on social he created like a bogey a fake account so we want you to speak owning hit us up now is.

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