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"thomas tom" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"thomas tom" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"thomas tom" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Thomas. Tom Izzo would be happy. Now having words with the Henry seems a little bit. This is still the same. The little ones thereby. Didn't between. Is an emotional guy. He is. I mean, he he wears his emotions on his sleeve. That's how he coaches. You know, he's not a guy that sits calmly in the huddle, Allah John wooden, and draws Xs and os, most of these coaches at some point get emotional during games because I think there's a lot of pressure on Israel right now because Michigan state for many years overachieved tournament underachieved, right? And he doesn't recruit the blue bloods, like say Michigan does in his own state or North Carolina Duke and those teams, but he does recruit quite well. And I actually yesterday during the game, Marcus smart would have been the perfect. Michigan state Spartan right? I mean, there's probably loves him as a player the play for. Oh, you gotta be tough physical you play defense. It's always defense, and he was upset with Aaron Henry of freshmen who wasn't getting back quickly enough on defense, and look coaches do these types of things after ten run. That's when it can resonate because the player may say, well, we're doing everything. Okay. Well, the coach gets in the face of the player because he wants to make sure he doesn't do it again in a closer game Tom Izzo after the eleven point win over Bradley spoke to the media now there are some things Aaron didn't do a very good job. And then what happened? I did get after many did respond and he did make a couple of big buckets. And he didn't make some big free throws. But that's not good enough. This is one and done time. You know, the my dad's are out the window if they're my dad's because that team played better that guy played better if it's my bad because I decided to jog back instead of sprint back. Then it is your bad. And you're going to hear about it. That's what it was. Hey, Tom, Jim comfort. Inspire max dot com. After the thing with Henry, you kind of knew you had to stick with him because you don't have much of a bench and in the end of the game. Did you call to feed the ball into when the ball found him in the post? Did you go to him even though he challenged him because you knew you'd have to at some point. Knew you'd have to go to because that's what you had to play with me about this operas is going to him late. Yeah. We challenged them. And we we said if he's going to down screen mcquaid hits the one we said the next time, we'll slip, and we'll get it to you in the post because we figured they jump out a mcquaid, and it sort of happened that way and he made a couple of big plays in there and what she's capable of doing. I get a kick out of you guys. Get after somebody because you're trying to hold them accountable. I don't know what kind of business year end. But I'll tell you what if I was a head of a newspaper, and you didn't do your job you'd be held accountable swayed is Tom Izzo after that win yesterday. I think it's a generational thing. That's exactly what I was going to say towards right out my mouth. Yeah. Because I think this is fine because I've dealt with this in my life in the past not that I played at Michigan state or anything like that. But I can tell this story that in sixth grade, I had Mr Holmes. He was my teacher. Now the school system in Somerville setup K through six than seven eight nine was junior high school tenth through twelve was high school and sixth grade, they tried to get you ready for junior high school, and they start to treat you like a young adult, Mr Holmes. He was a disciplinarian, you know, he would take you in to the courtroom and put his finger almost in your chest to get you disciplined at first you like this is a little bit much. I think back now. That's the best teacher. I ever had. In fact, I cried the day that school season ended because he was the first teacher that treated me like an adult. So I think I learned a lot from them that type of teacher couldn't exist today. Right. Because the kid would go back to the parent the parent would call out the teacher, the teacher would probably get fired whatever the case may be. So I think it's definitely generation now. Aaron Henry didn't have a problem with this. But what's he gonna say I have a problem with it? He's he's on scholarship at Michigan. Tom Izzo, you appear to have a problem with the way Izzo handle this. You know, I'm torn I I think that that is our noses an Astros game that everybody's watching. And so I don't like embarrassing the kid on national TV in general. But as somebody that has coached before I do think that there is a time league gets thrown league. I do think that there is a time have placed too you can correct mistakes. And you can do it forcibly as long as you're not doing Bobby Knight did like strangling here. No, that's. You can yell at somebody. But I think that some point across the line to your embarrassing somebody. Yeah. So I definitely generational. And I'm sure that the least favorite question of coaches is how they coached their players like when they're doing press conferences and saying, well, why is yell at that guy? I'm sure that that's they hate that the most of any sort of question they can get asked especially these old school coaches, and he's had it for a long time. So I don't I have a problem with the embarrassment factor that I mean is knows the stakes of the game. He knows everybody's watching. You know, it's it's a tournament game. So liberty you have Saudi pressure on him and the kids have freshmen, so I had no that that would be received as the kid with being embarrassed or national. But I also do think that you you can as a coach, and you should as a coach be this time to be forceful and correct a mistake. So I kind of go back and forth on it to be honest with you, and I definitely think of. Generational, and I think that. These players today say the millennial players today probably don't respond as well. As players would say in the eighties or when you were growing up. No that they would respond better, then, and I think that that's a bad thing or a wrong thing. I want people would say, well, they're being too sensitive players. It's just different. They're wired differently. Right there wire different. There's no right or wrong way. And I don't think that they respond as well to that sort of aggressive mentality. Like Izzo show, I've had debates with friends my age. I don't have any kids. But if I had kids, I would not give them a spanking. I just couldn't do that. And I see, you know, people my age or younger, I'm going back for fifteen years when they had younger kids, and they do that. And I don't think that necessarily works. I see my niece and her husband very progressive. They've got a three year old daughter. My grand niece and they've never spanked her. They'll call a time out, and they'll speak to her and it kind of works that way. I think you can work in that sphere. Right. Rather than being an authoritarian in your screaming at someone. But again, it also kinda dips into the workplace I've had to learn to hold back a little bit even in the workplace because you know, I had my own businesses. I worked with other guys. And you know, there would be some yelling and screaming and. You called Christian and a-hole the. Yeah. But still, you know, that's fine Christian plotting his revenge. I'm basically Thomas like Tom Izzo said like have you worked at a newspaper in your new job? He called out. So when you have a bad taker did has a bad take, I've got call you guys. Hundred. So yeah happens. Erin. I thought we were talking earlier. I have. No, no, no, no, no, absolutely not. And I'm not calling the snowflake. Because because the kid said he had no problem with that. He has a complaint it isn't doing snowflakes to Michigan state as seriously. This program is a tough program from what we understand, and again, all the practices aren't open his practices are like football practices. But that's how we get them. Ready to play a musical tape. Severi blue collar area to his is to perfect, and it seemed to work right again. Well, down the stretch peak shaped like Kentucky, Duke, you just can't. And yet. He's always in there. Right. I mean, he's won one championship and has gone to the final four. They're still glad program. They are all right in a sense. Because you look Magic Johnson played there. But that was a long time ago before Tom Izzo. It's still a great program. If Tom Izzo was yelled element like grabbed him by the throat. Yeah. That's a totally different totally different. He didn't you know? There is a picture like the picture on Twitter whenever Thomas us grinding his teeth. And it looks like he's going to strangle. He's intense very intense. And again, I worry that the guy's going to suffer a stroke on the sideline sixty is that why they haven't had the success more. Recent don't know that's a younger player or the players from this generation don't necessarily respond as well. They want to go there. Who's at the guy who I think's the best player. Coach in college basketball is John cale Perry. Celtics had never seen him screaming. No. He does it differently, right? Patino would screaming and he says yeah, Patino, did I but cow. What I like about him is he says to the guys, you know. I have no problem with you being done. You know, go for it. You should. Yeah. She got all the money one. I think he has the players best interest in mind. A lot of time. He he knows he's always going to have superior talents. He's going have a chance of winning and Izzo knows. He's got a kind of eke out as much as you can develop his mentality is I gotta I gotta yell and scream at these guys. But there has to be a reason why he hasn't has as much much tournament. Yeah. It's been weird. Because for like fifteen years it was like Michigan state's a four, but I'm picking to make the final four, and then they would and they play for the national championship. The last few years was three years ago. There were two they got knocked out in the first rain yesterday. Were life and Derek. I mean, it was a tie game with about six now early. They'd like Mateen cleaves they were one of the best program in the country. And then. Losing at the half to behalf. The whole game and Draymond green. Played Draymond green. Is a perfect isil gets the most out of whatever he has is tough physical will get under your skin. That's how they play Marcus smart would have fit in team is very similar. Same thing. I always feel that they have to reach Michigan because Michigan is the true, blue weather. Yeah. You know? And look Michigan state is had a lot of success. Michigan's had lost success in basketball. They're both better basketball than they are at football right now. Especially the last twenty twenty five years they've been able to win some national championships in college basketball, not necessarily in college football. So I think I think it is generational though. I'd like I get it..

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Coach thomas. Tom Izzo would be happy. Now having words with the freshman. Henry who seems a little bit. This is still in same here. The little ones thereby. Between. Is an emotional guy. He is. I mean, he he wears his emotions on his sleeve. That's how we coaches. You know, he's not a guy that sits calmly in the huddle. John wooden draws Xs and os, most of these coaches at some point get emotional during games because I think there's a lot of pressure on Israel right now because Michigan state for many years overachieved tournament they've underachieved, right? And he doesn't recruit the blue bloods, like say Michigan does in his own state or North Carolina Duke those teams, but he does recruit quite well. And I actually yesterday during the game, Marcus smart would have been the perfect. Michigan state Spartan right? I mean, there's probably loves him as a player because the play for is. Oh, you gotta be tough physical you play defense. It's always defense, and he was upset with Aaron Henry of freshmen who wasn't getting back quickly enough on defense, and look coaches do these types of things after ten or run. That's when it can resonate because the player may say, well, we're doing everything. Okay. Well, the coach gets in the face of the player because he wants to make sure it doesn't do it again in a closer game Tom Izzo after the eleven point win over Bradley spoke to the media. There's some things Aaron didn't do a very good job. What? Like happened. I did get after him and he did respond and he did make a couple of big buckets. And he didn't make some big free throws. But that's not good enough. This is one and done time. You know, the my badge out the window. If they're my bads because that team played better that guy played better if it's my bad because I decided that job back instead of sprint back. Then it is you're bad. You're going to hear about it. That's what it was eight. Jim comfort inspired MAC dot com. After the thing with Henry, you kind of knew you had to stick with him because you don't have much of a bench. And then the end of the game, you did you call to feed the ball into when he went when when the ball found him in the post, did you go to him even though he challenged him because you knew you'd have to at some point. You'd have to go to him because that's where you had to play with tell me about the thought process going to him. Yeah. We challenge them. And we we said if he's gonna down screen mcquaid hits the one we said the next time, we'll slip it. We'll get it to you in the post because we figured they jump out a mcquaid, and it sort of happened that way and he made a couple of big plays in there, which is capable of doing. You know, I get a kick out of you guys. Get after somebody because you're trying to hold them accountable. I don't know what kind of business you're in. But I'll tell you what if I was a head of a newspaper, and you didn't do your job you'd be held accountable swayed is Tom Izzo after that win yesterday. I think it's a generational thing. That's exactly what I was going to say words right out of my mouth. Yeah. Because I think this is fine because I've dealt with this in my life in the past not that I played at Michigan state or anything like that. But I can tell this story that in sixth grade, I had Mr Holmes. He was my teacher. Now the school system in Somerville. Set up K through six seven eight nine was junior high school tenth through twelve was high school and sixth grade, they tried to get you ready for junior high school, and they start to treat you like a young adult, Mr Holmes. He was a disciplinarian. He would take you in to the courtroom and put his finger almost in your chest to get you disciplined at first you like this is a little bit much. I think back now. That's the best teacher. I ever had. In fact, I cried the day that school season ended because he was the first teacher that treated me like an adult. So I think I learned a lot from them that type of teacher couldn't exist today. Right. Because the kid would go back to the parent the parent would call out the teacher, the teacher would probably get fired whatever the case may be. So I think it's definitely generation will now Aaron Henry didn't have a problem with this. But what's he going to say, I have a problem with it? He's he's on scholarship at Michigan time Izzo, you appear to have a problem with the way Izzo handle this. You know, I'm torn I I think that that is their noses an ashtray a game that everybody's watching. And so I don't like embarrassing the kid on national TV in general. But as somebody that has coach before I do think that there is a time of elite get thrown out league. I do think that there is a time place to you can correct mistakes. And you can do it, you know, forcibly as long as you're not doing what Bobby Knight didn't like strangling. No. That's how I think you can yell at somebody. But I think that some point across the line to your bearing somebody. Yeah. So I definitely generational. And I'm sure that the least favorite question of coaches is how they coached their players like when they're doing press conferences and saying, well, why did you yell at that guy? I'm sure that that's they hate that. The most of any sort of question, they can get ask especially these old school coaches and Israel's been had it for a long time. So I don't I have a problem with the embarrassment factor that I mean is knows the stakes of the game knows. Everybody's watching. It's a it's a tournament game so liberal you have Saudi on him a lot of prayer and the kids have freshman. So I ain't had no that that would be received as the kid being a bear national party. But I also do think that you you can as a coach and shit as a coach be this time to be forceful and correct a mistake. So, you know, I kind of go back and forth on it to be honest with you. I definitely think it's generational. And I think that. The players today. Say more new players today. Probably don't respond as well. As players would say in the eighties or when you were growing up. No that they would respond better then. And I think that I don't think that that's a bad thing or a wrong thing. I I wanna people would say, well, they're being too sensitive players. It's just different. They're wired differently. Right. There are different. There's no right or wrong. And I don't think that they respond as well to that sort of aggressive mentality. Like Izzo show, I've had debates with friends my age. I don't have any kids. But if I had kids, I would not give them a spanking. I just couldn't do that. And I see people my age or younger, I'm going back fifteen years when they had younger kids, and they do that. And I don't think that that necessarily works. I see my niece and her husband are they're very progressive. They've got a three year old daughter. My grand niece and they've never spanked her. They'll call a time out, and they'll speak to her and it kind of works that way. I think you can work in that sphere. Right. Rather than being an authoritarian in your screaming at someone. But again, it also kinda dips into the workplace I've had to learn to kind of hold back a little bit even in the workplace because you know, I had my own businesses. I worked with other guys. And you know, there would be some yelling and screaming and. You called Christian and a-hole. But we're still, you know, that's fine. Christian plotting, his revenge. I'm basically Thomas Thomas said like if you worked at a newspaper in Newark New he called out. So you have a bad take did has a bad take. I've got to call you guys out. Henrik. So yeah happens. I thought we were talking earlier. It's if I have no, no, no, no, no, absolutely not. And I'm not calling the snowflake because. Because the kid said he had no problem with it. Now, he has a complaint. It hasn't bitched about doing snowflakes to Michigan state as seriously. This program is a tough program from what we understand and again, all the practices aren't open. No his practices like football practices. But that's how we just them. Ready to play musical tape. Very blue collar area too. State is to perfect, and it seemed to work well down the stretch beat Kentucky Duke, you just can't. And yet. He's always in there. Right. And he's won national championship and has gone to the final four. They're still. They are they are in a sense because you look Magic Johnson played there. But that was a long time ago before Tom Izzo. It's still a great program. No, well, if Tom Izzo was yelled at him and like grabbed him by the throat. Yeah. That's different. But he didn't know. And there is a picture like the picture on Twitter, whatever Thomas grinding his teeth, and it looks like he's going to strangle. He's intense very intense. And again, I worry that the guy's going to suffer a stroke on the sideline sixty is that why they haven't had the success more. Recent don't know that's a younger player or the players from this generation don't necessarily respond as well. I don't to go there. Who's at the guy who I think's the best player. Coach in college basketball is John cale Perry. I want to coach Celtics had never seen him screaming. No. He he does it differently. Right. But Tina would screaming and he says, yeah. But, you know, did I but cow Perry. What I like about him is he says to the guys, you know, I have no problem with you being done. You know, go for it. You should she got out of the money. I think he has the players best interest in mind of time. He he knows he's always going to have superior talented. He's going to have chance of winning and Izzo knows. He's got to kind of eke out as much as he can. It's gotta develop his mentality is I gotta I gotta yell and scream at these guys. But there has to be a reason why he hasn't has as much much tournament. Yeah. It's been weird. Because for fifteen years it was like Michigan state's a four, but I'm picking to make the final four, and then they would and they play for the national championship. The last few years was it three years ago. They were to see they got knocked out in the first rain yesterday. Life and Derek. I mean, it was a tie game with about six hundred early thousands..

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Yeah. That they may be trying to play around with this getting ready for the CBA. So the NFL needs to get out of the law and order business. Yeah. I. Manneken agree more, you know. And of course, facing a really interesting conundrum as to what you do with violations of the personal conduct policy says they've got one of their owners on tape. We're going to either in the second segment of the second segment twit great on the voice podcast. We will be right back after. Welcome back to the group and the boys podcast. He's Tom rial at Tom Rabih. I am at Mr. Sizemore. It is a birthday Friday for me, Tom rile. He just you know, saying such a beautiful song. He he said, he serenaded the nature boy with some great words on his birthday. But we were talking about the Cowboys. We have touched on Randy, Gregory, we have touched on Jason Witten, which we will come back to we have touched on, David Irving. Now, let's talk about a little bit of Earl Thomas Tom early. Al miss is apparently has met has he he's met or discuss some things at the combine with his age. It has with league with Cowboys reps not him. I should say because that's not allowed. Apparently, they've kind of just kind are trying to get a feel free other. What I understand. Yeah. First off we have to preface everything with there are rules about a contact with ages stuff prior to the start of free agency. And these rules are are kind of like made out of silly putty. They and a lot. So there are ways. So what what presumably is going on? Now is teams are trying to get a feel for what the opening demands are from the players. You know, what are they looking for? And were just come out that Earl Thomas wants to be the highest paid safety in the league gaffe to look at his past couple of seasons and say, you know, you may have the talent to justify that. But do you have the durability? I don't have any team is going to be willing to do that to give. Yeah. Million per years. What you know? These are all this agent talk guys. This is what? Happens before free agency, they are going to why would you ever low ball when you can go as high as possible and then just settle with number later. You're not going to do that to your client. Make sure that you stick up there for him and be aware that anytime you see something about sources say that so-and-so is giving multiple offers and all the stuff that's generally coming from agents. And at the time that the agents are saying that their lips are moving. So they are, you know, there are there are showy say fabrications floated out there just trying to twenty five years agents have used the Cowboys name to try to drive bids. Oh, yeah. It's like if there's a maim free agent out there at some point somebody's going to leaking to the Cowboys now that thirteen million comes from a number that was given to Eric berry. Yes. And the thing is that the the free ages safety market is a crowded market this year..

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Down in way, shape, or form. Well, one thing that's going to help is it keeps elite. Right. So the ram secondary has been sick. Even though we've Dave I really terrible touchdown in less game. That secondary is so much better. We these in their they play a lot more zone guys. If you guys have noticed that. And it's largely because to leave is so good at sort of just being the captain back there. And he helps Marcus Peters out. You know has been a liability at time certainly was last weekend as well. So I do think his presence is going to help with Thomas Tom's going to eat though. It's really about stopping everyone else in my opinion. Because after Thomas is a huge drop off in pass catching talent on the saints. You can't let in but get behind the defense stretch it out, you know, if you can just contain Thomas to dinking dunking a little bit which breeze ill. He does do you stand? A better chance of stopping that often Munich times where this friend of the show senior writer at ESPN. The magazine makes you subscribe to her podcast. In the meantime show, featuring Lenny which is her dog. He's really the star of the show. Just the number one trending podcast in on apple podcasts. Don't show Lenny. Right. I saw that. You tweeted that it's gonna get a big head. He's gonna want a new deal. He's gonna want to tear the whole thing up but subscribed to menas podcast, right? Sheldon rankings on the other side of the New Orleans Saints who have a good run defense. One of the better run defense in the league. He's done with an achilles injury. How big a loss is that. How much would that benefit the Rams in that case? Groot allow us for them. I mean when he went in. I I was said, oh, no. And it's if George quite clearly it's the thing that making eat nervous about picking the saints in this game. Because Sheldon wreck in you know, he's not only key to their run defense, which has been spectacular this year. And obviously, it's very very important interpretation. The Rams after we saw what they did on the ground last week. He's really important to their pass rush as well. His cystic. It drops off so much what he's on the field. Even if he's not actually the one compiling the stat. So I might argue he would have been the most important player to move on defense going into this particular match up and they lost him big big advantage for the Rams. So I'm going to do the fun sports radio where misrepresent what you say. And then make a discussion question out of it. So just right last week. You were telling us all about how Tom Brady was done and Patrick McCaw Mahomes. This is a better quarterback than him. Now. While we get to. Out. Right. We see them right away. Do you still think Tom Brady has done? Misrepresent. What you said very well dirty. What I did say you actually said is that I thought the home better quarterback. Now, we we did. We tweeted the hot town. I felt this season that Brady been on Matthews. Not nothing close to a cliff like what we saw manning, but it's been a gradual slope of decline. He was excellent last week. The patriots didn't win that game because of Tom Brady. And if they win this weekend, it probably won't be because of Tom Brady because of that that cool rind ING rush offense. Right. So Kansas City struggle to stop the run all year last weekend. They did excellently against the colts. And everyone said, well, maybe misjudged the Kansas City. Rush defense will know we didn't the coast just abandoned the run after one quarter when they fell behind the patriots will not do that. So this is not about Tom Brady. This is about James, white and Sony Michelle to scroll rining out love drive against a chief defensive very bad against heavyset offices..

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"thomas tom" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Is AM El Paso. Okay. Welcome back. Peter all with us. We'll get your calls and your stories as well. Peter. We've got a link with Shannon Taggart's pictures on our Twitter feed. And she does a great job. Taking these pictures doesn't. She. Well, she was on your show back in January. Yup. Sure was sure was let's take some calls for you. Joe in Long Island, New York. Go ahead. Joe Peter up ask you about the idea if you look at the movie, a wonderful life, the Jimmy Stewart's character has George as repeated contacts with Clarence, you know, the this idea of, you know, asking Rangel's to help you or trying to find an individual angel and have repeated contacts with that angel is in that movie as an example now, my second question would be about meditation, you mentioned, meditation and prayer prayer and fasting. But beyond that, I don't know what other tools we really have. And I was thinking what meditation and that's more like almost like a fishing trip. You're just observing. What's gonna happen is you're meditating? Would you agree with that approach to? Just like waiting to see what comes across the board type of thing when he meditating. Absolutely. And in fact, I worked with a fellow his name Mitch, and she feels the device called a brain machine where you fit a pair of you can build it. You fit a pair of glasses over your over your face. It has some LED's. They're facing inward with a set of headphones and with an electron programmable device called in our Dino. You can all you can induce, you know, certain brainwave states that can bring you into these meditative states. Flashing lights and with the sound called by neural beats. What's interesting knows even Mitch himself said that after a while though device like this can only show you what's possible. But eventually you have to then go and do the regular meditation yourself that that these kinds of devices can only bring you so far are there other countries, Peter or other areas that are working on high technology to either communicate with or see even see what the other side could be like not that. I know of except that we know, you know, going back and talking about artificial intelligence and consciousness things obviously in Japan. There's an incredible working John what's going on. There though of interest, though, is this question of how human should our robots, and this was something that people have struggled with all the way back when we were first building, you know, clockwork devices like those seen in that movie Hugo, you know, about the. Thomas Tom that can right. And so people were I very wary of anything that we would make it would appear to be too much alive and Freud wrote a lot about this and came up with an idea called the uncanny valley, which is where we perceive something that we know it's not actually Shuman. But yet it's still elicits a feeling that something kind of off and strange about it. And yet we want to interact with it. We want to pursue trying to understand what it is. And so if there's a canny valley is something that people are struggling with and trying to understand how human should our robots be should they look exactly like us. So that we can no longer tell the difference or should there be something about the Knicks still artificial, and yet that can be even creepy or if the other side did not exist. Peter if it did not exist would that change? The way you live your life. Absolutely. Not I believe that the states have enchantment where we can interact with our imaginations in a way that inspire us to think about other realities and other ways of thinking about things. Are incredibly important for us. And they have a lot to do with the way that we create art and music and literature, you know, the magician and comic book writer, Alan Morris. Somebody who talks about a lot about this. And he says, you know, whether or not magic is real as a thing that can actually change the physical reality is not as important as how magic is the same as making art or actually taking something that didn't exist and through human will bringing it into the world. Let's go to June first time caller in hunt county, Texas, welcome to the program. Hi, june. Hi, good. They have you're with us. Go ahead. Oh, you want me to tell what I'm thinking? I want you to tell us why you called. Talk to say that the theory of hearing voices, drew like what you were talking about earlier by changing radio stations. I don't think that would be possible. Knowing my personal experience of a near death experience. What happened to you? I received the Catholic last rites, and I'm not even Catholic. Ain't nothing wrong with that. All right. But that's how serious it was. Then. Anyway, I did experience a travel and in my travel. There was never verbal. And that's why I think you'll never get Boise. It's an implant a thought that has meaning to you. Interesting take on that. Do you think the spirits? Interesting. Take very.

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To all the counties to make sure that they get their stop lights back on even if they don't get their power back on. But getting that going again is going to take some time explains Kimberly Blair with goals power. It is pitch black in most areas, but only light or the emergency vehicles. That are everywhere. Alison, keys, CBS news. The disappearance of a Saudi journalists be the reason Bill Ford is cancelled his trip to the Middle East or not giving any reason for Bill Ford's reported decision to cancel a trip to the Middle East a trip that included. Appearance at the Saudi conference that conference has lost several speakers in the wake of the mysterious. Disappearance of a controversial Saudi journalist organized through say the conference will go on as w w j auto reporter, Jeff Gilbert reporting w w j news time five thirty five if the recreational use of marijuana is approved in the November election Michigan. What will the business opportunities be investment opportunities government responsibilities big event coming to Cobo center, the end of this month October thirtieth and thirty first the first commercial cannabis conference and expo conference represents a new economy a new business opportunity? So we are not really focusing on legalization more so than this new opportunity arising in that we need to get everybody together in order to really effectively take advantage of that opportunity. We're taking a stand we're taking a stand for a strong. Unhealthy commercial cannabis and hemp industry in Michigan. And we understand that in order to do that we need to bring business industry and government together. And that's that's the Genesis of what we're up to. That is Thomas Tom conference director tickets available at cannabis aid dot com. Check the roads with for you. And your forecast with traffic and weather together. Accounting up next, this is firefighter Raphael..

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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"thomas tom" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

18:39 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"thomas tom" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Love of a mother in you learn how you start learning how to communicate with turkey yep my dad got a few we've got a few bronze backhands no explain that with the browns back in it's just a domesticated turkey is like a white turkey but it has coloring so it wasn't a wild turkey now there's bronze back spanish black royal palm and then issue reggie regular white domestic turkey all different subspecies but in in talk about learning how to communicate with thirty while we had a hand named henrietta i mean we were real original on the names thomas tom and fan was henry but she stayed pretty docile she getting your laps shooting but that's how i learned to call was by mimicking her and where the vocabulary that is similar to wild turkeys very yeah and she would leave she would leave the yard and go up in the woods and read with the wildlands and come back anew some girls like that as she she would have eggs every year but if you never did never would raise them but yeah we had our she would she would lay down a a bruder is it a brutal eg a nest she'd lay down a nest but when wouldn't sit him she would send him but the just never hatched for whatever reason one with that's all she was like leaving him too long when it's cold or something i guess so i have no idea but we never could get even one year my dad got them all and put them in an incubator and it still didn't work so that's interesting because we have a cat that would eat it's young a name maud that's my off they would have as we're one time at laid a whole litter kittens and my dad's shoe an aide them all oh it's terrifying yeah i don't know any girls like that.

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Too strong corrective grabbing of children's rests and roughness with children but the kind of dismisses explains weird behavior like always been sleeping in the outside his wife says exwife's hikes well i just want to be close to my children and so the film is kind of setting this uncertainty in your mind and it's the same way when you hear about case this with people you knew or with celebrities you have to there's a degree of supposition is a good faith that you know you can't come to a concrete conclusion on what has been going on now how the film develops is it shows you the way in which this eleven year old kid the pressure that he is under wonky is basically being bounced between these two his his his parents and the father in particular comes to view the custody battle as a competition to be one and he won't back over certain things and he he he tells other people he tells himself i think to an extent that i want to know where my kids are living though he's trying to try to wear his ex wife lives i want to work it's living because they're my kids and i should be in charge of this there's always this question of are his motives why is he getting involved in this wisey piling on so much pressure on his kid the kid play by thomas tom to my jury he's eleven years old as well his performance in this film is so good kind of stress and stream crackling across his face the kind of almost feels like it was obtained on ethically i mean he is he's under obviously under so much incredible pressure the content so vividly vividly expressed the camera also look will position pine this kid's head almost as if you like to say x ray vision look at the cokes wearing away here all of this incredible pressure that's being piled on top of him now the way in which the film develops very clearly makes you question your own sumptious holds assumptions to cannibals going on in this in this relationship as i say is.

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"thomas tom" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Has the biko sytle illegal day name of the bay of the famous thomas tom izzo evidence what about carrots can them tell me his name gregory put some daniel wounds pretty may yes this the news yes the guy meal myself a night ranging the mainland tommy myself wrong pain iranian day i know i'm blake penal you may want dan i know in now i'm dave i can knows you may want day not a pile of other 'avocat they're moving conel's donald child china keep it peaceful is a struggle for me dumplings unless they say an kadoumi me not high like ailing you love in only or half a mass meeting devasated that aliens known about gasol brothers dutta live on saturday with for from looney guys plan guys play i hope i sometimes i won't i feel does on as i felt like i find next down with this my go down a dod that way i go hoddle's as be bite i may should end no say the still bad things is a lot of bad things a day with no israeli lewis no this is bad day and only young she say do you love me i tell only part leoni lama bad or my mom i think that attended homecom heidi wine nobrainer crashes sort of body knows me turn an old woman sorta all three bowed without forty ali debbie know me in another never met dubrovsky guys twin guys i can't do this whole miles some will let you in health pulse i then these as political inc michael down as gold young like i though hoddle g a white i may short had northside he didn't his do drake right there with dad's plan on quantity four died things number one hit music station cell fill my drake right now i'm a giving lewd i wanna who called 94 up right now with some tickets to california's great america they got that new i always say is wrong oh my gosh trailblazer houses i was like having such a great part radio rail laid there i love rollercoasters be liberal posters like me than these are for you all right eight eight three two nine four 9'0 get you.

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"thomas tom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on KOMO

"Cards dot com spoke with thomas tom hutyler but border beer most recent report says that there are a lot of us who have not bothered a check of our credit report was impacted by that breached what would be a lot of down half of american adults gaetan check either their credit score or their credit report in the last six months that's basically the period since the announcement of the acquis fax breach so is there a particular reason is at the anxiety over confidence that they didn't think anything happened or maybe just not knowing how there's there's a lot of factors but i do think that part of it is simply because people feel they have more pressing things to do everyone's got a todo list said it's a hundred miles long in the truth is it for a lot of folks checking their credit doesn't rise up their priority list until they're affected personally what about the public awareness of that ecotax breach were we all made aware of it as as much as we should have been through news organizations and all the various ways to get the news out of the public well it was it was certainly out there there were certainly headline there were made no question about it but there were still an awful lot of people who did not know about it but one interesting thing was nearly three in ten people who said that they had heard a lot about the breach still didn't do anything to check their credit and it kind of begs the question is if that news won't get people to act what will do they not care i mean do the people you surveyed the indicate that they care about their cybersecurity their data security yes we did see the people said that they were concerned about the breach about threefourths said that they were either very or somewhat concerned about the breach but a lot of times that concern doesn't necessarily translate into act that is matt sold some credit cards dot com speaking with cameras tom hutyler komo news time.

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Elizabeth was in a show the night manager yes i something with thomas tom hills tenders done and hueller a new ironically i watched that yeah and i don't that's a heavy show it is i would think he'd be disturbed yet but you know why i could watch it please just because i had were i've been working with you lorry on vpns renault how funny here and he's very funny but there's something about having just worked with him no the person i know the person i also like the fact that this guy's getting into the bag i don't i i dunno i knew i ju i know the whole time likes not you alija i just i tell you would help yourself through it with the yeah so this this solution is you can only watch scary movies with actors you've previously worked with a recently if there's been too much time than they might have done this might be documentary about what happened yes we lost high in ironically i watched house of cards sure because he broke the fourth wall what ryan i was like oh this isn't and i know it sounds ridiculous but i just my your body feels it and people just like all my guys i can watch that that was so harbin like then don't don't sit through paranormal activity 'cause that she can happen but yourself through that that's right it's right any serious so some of these things are like he i guess what guys someone could be in your basement and right you out yeah i why do you want to sit through that i love casts and i started listening to i think it's called my favorite murder and it's too.

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"thomas tom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"thomas tom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Not is is is second to none he focused on the little things and ultimately i know the texans are and they're they're saying that tom savage is their guy thompson evidence that their guy we we know this without a doubt how thomas tom is the is the placeholder until they feel comfortable that shawn watson is is the leader that they know that they drafted in the first round this while this one seems like it's interesting because the shown watson's got to climb over tom savage this is this is just a matter of time if we get to preseason games and two shawn watson looks the part it by the third preseason game which is the important one when the stores play in expect the shawn watson to be the defacto starter for the for the houston texas the browns are uh i mean the browns the browns but the sean kaiser has actually started to make a lot of progress is the only thing that's interesting here is 'cause i think they're going to stink regardless incarcerated if he plays going to get beat up brock osweiler is basically fighting for a spot on on this team he's not even taken wraps with the first team a brock osweiler so it's he's likely to get cut unless he just shows out in a way that is unexpected from what we saw over the last year of what he was with the texans the other things that poppa adrian luck is on the populist now this populist you heard this you probably heard this and you think about the pup list is is something that pushes down into the season if you're on the preseason populace it basically doesn't matter you can be pulled off at any time and i expect him at some point early encamped to be offer that populace than competing in in in not having any ill effects from the surgery on his shoulder the cowboys now they brought in our a running back ronnie hillman yesterday four key as a camp body maybe he has a chance to make this team but they are insisting that this is not a insurance policy should ezekiel elliott be suspended by the national football league for his domestic violence incidents they've been investigating for now over a year almost a year.

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