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"thursay" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast

Celtics Lab Podcast

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"thursay" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast

"The floor and i think as an assistant coach he also kind of brought a high level of energy and can thursay azam and fire to his kind of day to day work so it might be less a slight at brad stevens and more of ages. General commentary on the differences in leadership styles between those two. And i wouldn't be shocked if dochas brand of leadership is frankly a little bit more to jalen 's tastes given what we know about jalen. Generally i mean throughout the years the brad stevens era largely the have been good or last year just unbelievably tragic sprinkled in there. There have been locker room fights supposedly and players only meeting supposedly. And i mean remember last year that yelling and the chair throwing in the stuff that we kind of excused because it was a really tense here. I wonder if that Stuck with with the players maybe more than a stuck with us so this idea that there might be at such an overused way. Framing things in sports like an alpha leading the locker room by of coach november brad. I don't know that he was the guy to really snap things into place in a way that maybe someone with a stronger voice or a more imposing leadership style might be able to. I don't know that that's really conjecture on my part. I don't know if it's Mississippi that so much is even in normal course. Events through a long tenure. The team eventually people start to new out now. That larry bird quote that. We discussed in previous podcast. That coaches have about three years. I mean we're talking about you know. I think it was basically referencing. Bill fitch when she's hall fame coach and maybe maybe one day rat will be hall of fame. Coach probably next during is much As a very successful as coaching this time we must be administered. Hoping things but any of a hall of fame coach can have some some data about them who he still credits as. What's important influences in. Brits career I think there's just something about where if you hear. Somebody's voice all the time. You've just tuna mouth. Never listen to you guys when you talk on the podcasts moderate. All right saying it's funny because it's true. Think number three the an i. This was my takeaway. I picked this one. Marcus smart's enthusiasm for being the top point guard. It got brought up a lot. He likes to talk about it a lot. He seemed per usual like he was driving energy and the enthusiasm at this event. But i suppose this podcast included there were questions about whether or not smart would be the lead point guard at least on the outset of the season and it seems like that answer. That question is answered itself. So just go to you just because you were tuned in most of media. Am i right that that is something. That was heavily implied. Or am i over. And he's getting the ball he his. It's his job to lose to start. He was probably the most positive about that. What he can do Crucially also framed as how he's going to get the ball to where i think i'm gonna paraphrase here. It needs to go jalen and jason. So yeah that is that is super important in terms of everybody really knowing the will dennis schroder as an aside. really sounded symptom similarly echo. This he did not sound like someone who's going to try to be no upsetting applecart for personal reasons quite the opposite but there was a little bit of..

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"thursay" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

06:21 min | 4 months ago

"thursay" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"And big reviews from people. Reader look really good earlier today to another one. I think people people forget about read it out. Don't forget about reading highest pai gow in the deep as well. You don't really hear too much about reading. And i don't know if it's just because he's not going to be sexy flashy getting a bunch of sacks he looked. He looked like a beast. When i saw earlier today. The other guys that. I've kind of forgot about as this is going on different salon that we're gonna talk about cam. Sample and joseph. Aside rookies camp sample. I believe initially started out. You know hurt at one point. Were waiting until it was safe for him to come back. He kinda flash today. I think that he'd be jona on the left side for a rush in seismic putting some things together. Hadn't you feel about those. Two guys. Coming in as rookies obviously with us only having seventeen sacks last season. They gotta do something. You know like this. The thing i've been saying all all season if you don't get the veteran age guy to like god has been there before killing it. You just gotta go okay. Let's let the young boys play is getting so late in the game. I'm starting to just there is one cut down. That's coming up and but it was so many guys for them to be had that. I just don't see them doing it and i think that you're going to see you know sample in aside. I absolutely big about cy is as far as carlaw. Since i first healthy year by the expectations should be he. He should be playing pretty much every third now he should be looking at three hundred snaps or something plus year one side in a sample. You know i've been saying all along to think of him as like the wallis gilbert Where anybody goes now. He's almost like you're swinging tackle on offers a line where we just some afraid johnson. Anybody mississippi that's going to be the guy that's gonna he's gonna kick inside. Sometimes he's gonna play out of position sometimes he's just going to be a guy that they're going to call on if they get into a position like they did last year so those are two guys that are going to be heavy relying on. I think pardon me is maybe it's fear or something i was just i mean we need one more guy casino maybe still doing it but it appears as a right now. They're really leaning on them. They're looking good and camp. And so that's really promising along with our boy catholic not as facts. I'm with you. I think cy i really think that. He has a ton of potential really fit into that road where they wanted. Dunlap always bring up where where he was dropping coverage side will fit really well in that area each rush and then he can cover as a former linebacker. I'm he gives absolute efforts so like you say when it comes to camp sample. He's got us on the inside in wallace berry. Move us them inside outside. And i'm excited to see what they can do there as far as that. Got another super chat here for my man. Dj mister he asked Do you guys think. Jessie bates extension gets done before the season. Or do you think we will franchise tag him out. So i'll give Actually talked about this before the show mata are. I don't think after we heard today that and this is just me personally. I don't think that the exhibition is going to get done. Before the season starts originally. I thought it was out until we heard a report that probably possibly can from his agent on that the two sides were were even close in that. They didn't see an extension getting done at the beginning of the season. Do i think that they will franchise tag them. I think that they will have no choice. But the franchise tag on. But i just hope that they haven't heard any feelings. Because this is a guy that they've kind of displayed in say we got tweets and things of that nature saying you know number one. Safety is kind of a mixed message if he's asking for a top safety money in. That was the key to me today. He said top sake fees. He didn't say top safety. Top safety writing is to not offer him something in the top five. You know i feel like does not give an send the right message to a guy like that who was second team while are pro really has shown Been a lot of dividends paid his dues on the same. I mean this guy was in the same draft class. James and you could argue at this point since jams has not been healthy for multiple seasons. He's almost in a sense. Outplayed him in been more consistent in has done that lower rate. He wasn't a guy that she paid it in the first round so. I'm just hoping that there aren't any hurt feelings on both sides. But i don't think that the extension is going to get done before the season. I do think they'll franchise them. Then what are just your thoughts on the on. The jessie bates situation going on right now net. Now just to be clear on this. They don't have to do anything to this year. As far as a franchise when people were talking about franchise sagan. They're talking about next year so like this year he what is he said. That may like two or three million or something like that. Probably something small like that. I had to look up the actual number so you take a like barrier. you know. you know thursay's he could play the whole he could play a whole entire year in and it wouldn't mean anything. Following year is where they're now saying they could franchising as this to its like own. Why in the bengals are never they want to be the highest paid of any position in an icon feeling when you talk about like edge corner. Unique scenario joe borough you. You're gonna pay him. Whatever the heck you know saying but those are big big money positions where we're talking like now we're talking astronomical numbers like twenty plus a year in right. Safety is one of the positions though that isn't in the high tier market where i thought that they will say if not top. One top three top to is just time. And if you look at the list of the guys coming up it just makes sense to do. A now the franchise tag will be thirteen million right now next year. I don't know what that would look like. He probably looking for around. Sixteen to seventeen me from aids is not.

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Interview With Kate and Jes From the Seltzer Squad Podcast

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Kate and Jes From the Seltzer Squad Podcast

"Hello my friends. I know you are going to be so super stoked about this episode. I am so freaking excited. You guys love these guys. And i have been waiting to record this episode for weeks. I'm so excited you guys. We have seltzer squad on addiction. Unlimited bringing to awesome podcast together. I love a good collaboration. So kate and jess welcome to the show. Thank you so much for doing this with me. Why don't you guys take a minute. Introduce yourselves and tell my listeners. A little bit about you and what you do all right. Well i'm just. Valentine and i am a tattoo artist. I live in brooklyn new york. And i am half of seltzer squad. Podcast a podcast about staying sober in the city and just trying to Stay cool and not boring guest kate you. He's over having us on. We're very excited. I'm kate the other half of social squad. I am a freelance our director. I am a grad school. Hopefully grad school student for her to become a therapist. one day what else. I'm a cat. Mom introverts pace. I guess that really sums it up. Yeah. i'm a pisces. Work in school consume most of my life these days. So i don't really have any other slashes data on right now plus we've been quarantine i remember out of the. Yeah i remember those days. Well when work in school took over my life but i was already old. I didn't even go to college until i was thirty seven. I think or thirty eight something like that. So both of you ladies are in new york. I'm thursay technically. But i'm right across the river so we act i buy as a new yorker. We're very close. We're very closely two miles away from one another. But yeah

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"thursay" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono

Al otro lado del micrófono

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"thursay" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono

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"thursay" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Engineer Jessica Shannon and Julie Bulls Good Friends of mine one and ex patient and my prodigy odd has done so phenomenally. Well we are here today to talk about helping helping an addict from A to Z to regain their life. So there's a whole lot that goes along with that and Part of that is knowing where to start so families often and find it extremely difficult to even diagnose if there is a problem there may be suspect. A problem So we're going to kind of go through aid Z.. And talk a little. What about our own experiences and how you can help your family member get sober? How are you ladies? Good Yeah you fair him again. Thank you for coming angels. Are you fantastic. I like hearing that. That's also we're just going to put a shout out to Jack's That he you were supposed to either for Special Person Day to day and you didn't go your sense your poor old mother I encourage not. I don't think you're a good good woman special person's Day but parents shouldn't be you know I get to be a special person every day you know because there's a whole lot of people out up there that are dying to be their child special person. I am as special person that's awesome. You're lucky I mean we are his special people but you're sure he's got a lot of love to give he can make it. Spread it around that. That's such a healthy attitude. Shannon has a really good relationship with her son to how is he doing. Isn't he hitting his teenagers. Teenagers or tweet about thirteen. Nine February twenty eighth. Is there any like close to throttling coming or is he that Lippi appease the a good boy. Yeah he's definitely hitting that defiance stage of questioning everything and the fine line of I'm having his independence yet. Still not wind fall through on any responsibilities and all that fun is. That's a tough one. Because I you know I'm not a parent I I have a stepdaughter order but I mean I was I I never had children and I understand that one day. They're they're loving beautiful child. Who Saves the world? You know it's all about you and then one day it's like you know I'm not doing that. Said I stay this way forever. Okay we'll go with fantasies good. I still remember the day walking with tight and of course you always hold his hand when they're little and pulled away and was it was too cool to hold my hand. Oh yeah but then it was cool. There is in between in stage where he would forget and like I would go in and all of a sudden hammer and almost ashton. Yeah pull it away. He was mad at himself without a doubt. Yeah it's got to be tough. I mean it's it's a thankless job. My mom used to say that all the time to be here and Adore your children so much and they change and you don't. We have reached the no kiss in front of school face though he's in kindergarten and I feel like it's a little early for that. Please really good looking women. Manama over there. May God only knows why special instructions as to where I drop Tyler Middle School And it's a certain distance goes away from it. Yeah Okay my patient was telling me this. The other day her son he started a new school and He's dodges her now He asked her to come pick him up at school. So she's got the one in tow and the stroller you know and she's going to school and he's like shaking beat it. You'll get what's going on on. So she ended up walking. He was with a friend in walked on the other side of the street tending legend. But you know what are you GonNa do. They grow up they move on right. Yeah so it's our job I had a nasty little patient in the other day who decided she doesn't want to come to treatment anymore K.. She's thirteen years old. I'm like ooh don't treat patients who don't WanNA come here. Her parents let her do whatever she wants and Her mother's like well. You Know I. I don't know we you just really don't want to put any pressure honor and put lay down the long. Yeah the rules. That's a good choice. Yeah without a doubt at thirteen. Of course she knows it all Paul. You know I'd be listening for sure. I said you know. We give birth to babies and we raised adults. Mom You know. And she's kind of looked at me and like yeah have a good day they give me a call into weeks. When she's banging off the walls again you know when you've lost control anyways that's I think a lot of patients That I have seen along with a lot of families like we're GONNA be talking about. Today are frightened of their children and are scared to confront them with an issue like you may have an addiction problem so that is where a starts. How do we even identify or recognize that? There's a problem I'm with somebody. What do you guys think? What would you say? What are the things that you notice? I know there's the obvious ones bad attitude food sleeping in a lot. Changing their friend group missing money. I mean I guess it depends on how again we're talking really young kids but yeah like what using bad grades. It's I know like they don't have any money. They're not showing up to stuff they're not looking so good Weight loss or maybe even a lot of weight eight gain. If it's a Lotta drink maybe That's good one. But I was pretty nasty. I got a little snippy even just this from I guess probably based on my own experience through addiction. Though seeing in some of the research I've been gathering as the Thursay's personality traits and I've noticed that now and it scares ears to see within my son. Yeah I think evident and if you look at and start paying attention to certain personality traits within children you'll see that Even with him he has issues with eating or using like food is an emotional yup which in itself that inability ability to inhale even admit like. I can't stop once I start eating like we're he'll go through a whole bag of cookies or something or that Mentality that I think I had the same lack a concept of Fear of repercussion of Different activities uh-huh but do you think like a person who didn't have a psychology background work. I know exactly what you're talking about. I couldn't even pick out like sure. The kidney kindergarteners that I'm like Oh boy. There's Israel's future right yeah I don't know other people don't see it the same way I mean I I can recognize as an addict and someone has had some some schooling But I don't think like an average mom would be like. Oh my God he loves Oriole is like set an issue but I agree with perhaps or just even I guess more that mentality like he more. I met a young age of his ability to manipulate. Your figure things out Like you know 'cause before even like the like once I channeled all of my quote negative At at qualities into you know positive way we are extremely gifted and actually can be quite an asset. I absolutely when used correctly you know there's creates brilliance but I see him him some of those qualities as far as his ability to think outside the box even with what he does with his homework and he's figured out just ways of looking at the whose entire picture of his schoolwork that's do and which projects weighs more and so he can get away with only doing this great and just that whole way. It's Michael Mentality of thinking and Manipulation is huge his ability to kind of Thinking advanced to get what he wants the way he wants to to get it Different traits that Seemed to be I guess personality tree. And Yeah and that's where it's going to be kinda dicey because that can also be misconstrued with with high intelligence okay can but most addicts are extremely highly absolutely and you know ways of getting around. Thanks I mean I I know with even going back to school. All in college people were like sitting there reading and reading all these chapters and chapters granted I was in my forties now. I know if I just scan this and go to here. I got the whole thing down and I've done it in twenty minutes where he may be thinking that at that point and I do think you do have a valid point when you're in the industry when your ex and this is part of our lives we recognize nice the addictive behavior which was what we're talking about now? That can be addictive in so many other aspects besides just drugs very. It's extremely addictive. Video Games as games huge. Sure absolutely so how do we So if we recognize well first of all there's so much. Denial families families usually start in denial. Especially if you have submissive family members anyways like mother or father is submissive. They'RE GONNA prey on that one I in the most most and they'll keep coming back while the other one may put up some type of resistance towards what's going on. So how do we even approach or make it. Clear your decision that There's something going on here. We've recognized these kind of different behaviors and we have to do something about it. You know what how would what do I know what works would would work with me. I don't know a lot wouldn't've worked with me. Though when I was in the middle of my addiction people would have just come right at me and said hey listen you know you you gotta do something. You're drinking too much. I I would have been like you can fuck off Yeah well for me what what something that really would have helped me. Is that that if they would have stabbed like they would cut me off years before they did. Well we're going to get into that the enabling the whole enabling thing but yeah. I guess that comes later but right away I mean I guess I don't know I mean it's different for everybody. I think what's going to work. Yeah I mean. was there any kind of talk that ever would've helped to you. Don't think so. I mean I think about that a lot that something I think about because you know as we've spoken about and I'm talking about on here before you know the culture in my family was. There's a lot of fun drinking. I had it looked really good. There were a whole lot of people who are having a really good time. And we're not having to quences so I grew up like not waiting not being able to wait to be part of that culture So I think about that and I think about the couple I remember when I got my first. Dui and I was like I don't know it might early twenties and this man who was known to me as a member of alcoholics anonymous for many years I loved him respected Kinda said Soak it. You're ready because he had observed me for many years like acting crazy person and I was like but like I think about when I was fourteen. Fifteen sixteen seventeen when I was just starting but I mean the problem behavior was for sure there right so but I think if the coolest person in my life at that time would have been like. Hey I think he might have a problem problem. I would've been like a next like I really don't think you can tell me anything. Sure and I remember an alcoholic saying to me one time. 'cause you know hair the dog that longtime any any layman out here doesn't know what we're talking about here are..

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"thursay" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"The problem was they couldn't buy enough insurance to cover themselves against a major event could have been a natural disaster terrorism etc and radically that the money sits in an escrow with TV companies companies until the moment the opening ceremony starts mess the way that deal works so you go to get the lights on star so Danny Danny Boyle's opening ceremony that would have been the moment literally the money goes into the coffers now also the OC. We're always the last into the market. NBC All the big broadcasters with buying their own cover for the same reason against their sponsors artists stupidly. I said well you open the envelope why you always the last in the market and and also you always know at least three games whether it's a win to some winter of us he needs to do it this way by as a multiple game does add one every time we did. It saved them hundreds of millions of dollars and that was Martha. There's lots of doing spoil and when we did the I own deal with with the united. We realize as well there's actually she don't much data behind these numbers personally and we see more more. I think the clubs under sell themselves in terms of the numbers a scale but you have to break into categories. There's the absolute lunatic fans who would not see anything other than their team. They would buy everything that team comes out with. Every new show clocks mugs everything you know she'll do yeah. I was GONNA say I was looking at and then you've got did did the grease of level of of fanaticism. If you like an engagement starts to open up and it's not necessarily just the ones who live around the corner to the stadium it could be that number one category could be everywhere and the clubs. I think have a huge amount of that but they've also got floating fan and then you've got fans who may like Kim but also like other clubs who just love football and you can save more with the kids now they just WanNa Watch everyday and trying to get them to be an arsenal fan or spurs fan unless they've got DADS. Dad's like house is less easy to do so and so the idea for dugout started then really which is going back you know ten eleven years ago and the idea and initially I was thinking about. I couldn't think of how you could do it. You think of maybe there's a lack of a voice like a Bloomberg in sport that just comes out with something and everyone accepts. That is the correct position. A lot of the big management consultants now ruining a fortune from teams and others earning money on. Where's the market going to be going. How do you position yourself. A huge amount of the teams have management consultants in they're currently working that out and then I got involved on a project that failed but was Kuala fun which was trying to put an all star game together in football between rest of the world in Europe and you could vote for who played and in fact the last time there was any sort of all star game. I think was nineteen. Eighteen sixty seven played at Wembley and Jimmy Greaves got both Goals Law Dennis law school rest of the world and actually we go a lot further and I thought we would eventually it. was you know calendar timing but it was a huge good experience and I got quite a few people in in the football world road so that was kind of the beginning to fail a couple of times at the same time we also to set up a business to test whether or not you could get anywhere by using social media with your athletes and we work for some big athletes on doing that just to test the among all these things just trying to find if there was a spot was that looking. NBA All Star game in football in football yeah and I still think you're being credible. Yeah and you could do it for charity. Be Amazing Bar. Calendar is getting worse and worse than just not going to happen and it's a shame because in such a big thing in useful people you think you would buffing. Probably other things talk about later so as a result then I teamed up with a James Hilton who some of you may know who wrote to Mc Saatchi at the time and and James and I saw figuring out they must be an opportunity. Surely all these social media numbers could drive into a single entity but we need to find that Hook we were trying to find the whole can then we did a huge matter research which is where Nielsen Sport which was at reputation at the time with Steve Martin who I think has been one of your costs and Steve What with us and we came up with and we all look to each other when it came back and we serve eight I think about twenty five thousand people football fans in lots of big countries and the stunning thing was that the average fan follows four point six clubs and then we looked at each other and knew that there was this over that and that's when we started to engage with the clubs and so we we think there's something to do here. You should work together together and that was an alien concept for the clubs and I think you've seen over the last five or six year. This was six years ago and the clubs definitely didn't think there was has the opportunity. Some did all of them and we said well. What do you think it should be and we said well. Let's not focus on the live gain. Let's focus on everything around it and yeah we'll look at archive and then we'd all be anywhere near as successful as it was but we thought of everything from training goals to health and nutrition because you can see see with kids young people everywhere and older people. They want to see what these people are doing and and this is dead time between the Games where we try to fit and we got lucky we got lucky because Chelsea mentioned city cleaning Lynn initially and then Barcelona bomb unique liked it so it's like any investment assessment deal or anything you've ever been if you can get three or four of them Stein to like it then he can work on the others and Begonias Madrid disagree. She thinks it was only Thursay. Not visits bitoni seventeen visits to get Real Madrid to say this and we worked over the course of two and a half years and we're able to get nine line of the superclubs to Santa. This is worth a run at something because it. Let's just unpick that so what have Real Madrid said yes to so at the time. Basically we to set up a company in very simply said we'll fund it. We'll build the infrastructure rebuild the people but will allocate fifty percent of the company to the top ten clubs in the world in and he in an equal amount complete transparency take take five percent each and build a common syllable with us and helping shape figure it out so just to get that and again the thing I totally underestimated in football is the lack of time the people of goes and shocked me. Is that lots. Some industries are inefficient on time before becomes really struggle and they're also inundated with everyone like new things have got a decent idea and so how do you separate the credible ones from the ones who are just ridiculous and also because everywhere it's football is even worse because everyone said after idea and you can do this and do this and digital at that time six years ago was still very embryonic for the clubs. They're relying very heavily on social and I just said I think you need to collaborate. I don't think you'll find any accelerate your own businesses by learning more through this business and we think we've found a gap in the market and as a result we got lucky okay and when those clubs said. Yes to that there's no monetary amount given to them. It was purely set up a company and they've never done that before and I I can see why it took so much took us just under a year to do the legal work for me when he said yes so in all it took just over three years from start to finish nine football clubs found a company with you then hard work styles and this is the hot then it moves to the sort of operational thing just explain what the dugout walkout model is the time we genuinely thought and we quickly learn once you get out of the gate. We thought the opportunity would be that clubs could refer through their social media offer opportunities to see exclusive content on a platform that was all house together catering for that four point six and this would work of course the social media companies. Don't want elite their ecosystem so actually that isn't going to work for any publisher doesn't work for us so we continue to look at the model and then we found mound two crucial pieces we looked to global publishes and when I mean publisher it could be a newspaper. That's digital. It could be a rights holder that has a digital offering this probably about two thousand and then globally that are of a high quality and there's lots of fan sites and other things but just imagine two thousand global publishers and they have no video rely very heavily on getty images or otherwise and they and they struggle to get any quality video idea we only hand this abundance of fantastic both newsworthy content archive evergreen content and of course every game that comes round whether it's a domestic game or Champions League game or Europa League game. There's normally those teams have clashed before played each other before you can very simply be able to pull that together. You have to create at the time we did it manually a news team almost that we're looking at all the major fixtures when the Champions League was coming out working permutations -tations almost like the dummy drools and offering that thirty thousand video library I think fifty six terabytes of of of roll footage the effectively can be conceptualized by global publishes and that was the moment he just went pulp because we were able to offer him an imbed player and Iran global publishers are able to sustain great journalism which is a great thing for the Eiffel badly needs at and we were able to embed videos in global publishes publishes and so everybody was a winner clubs good reach high quality audience brand safe and it's mushroomed as a result so the model is very simply to do that. I and we share revenue with not just found clubs but we have eight nine teams on the platform so that plus our own no don't operated. We have an APP and other everything everything else which is increasing getting more traffic because of the embiid because all of our videos Walmart we run sorry and and so when you say sharing the revenue whereas the revenue coming from so we run this three real revenue streams currently so we run programmatic advertising on videos which we share with both publishes the revenue and the clubs so that works very very simply so we run that we work very closely with Densu and news. UK Help US enormously with there at buying a romance. That's a global highly complex ads stack. That works on very very big video. View numbers numbers second part..

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"thursay" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Thought maybe don't garden knows to Catholic people might talk. How many jerseys first news five? Fourteen is bringing in our chief meteorologist Dan zero this morning. So, Dan, we've got rain moving in for the commute. Yes. Our first of two storm systems for the week ahead. You will find some pleasant weather this week, but there will be some wet weather along the way as well. Let's start with the coast, where things were pretty cool, this weekend, and a high risk of dangerous rip currents and rough surf will continue for the entire jersey shore today. Of course, it's really not going to be a great beach day. We've had some showers move into the state so far mainly the southern half jersey, just some spotty showers and sprinkles, but there are some bands of steadier stuff just offshore here. So you aren't gonna get wet today. Umbrella, a good idea that rain will be heavy at times, rumbles of thunder probable, it'll be cloudy and getting very humid by this afternoon. High temperatures ranging from the mid sixties Thursay to the mid seventies in south jersey. The chance of rain will continue tonight with lows in the mid sixties, and we'll finally kick out the showers and clouds by around eight o'clock tomorrow morning. Then we clued a sunshine. Shine by late morning tomorrow. Now it will be a bit windy for your Tuesday with gusts at the northwest about thirty miles an hour. Highs tomorrow. Upper seventies around eighty degrees increasing clouds on Wednesday. Other than that, it looks like a nice day with highs mid upper seventies, the second storm system of the week comes in on Thursday. And actually, this is a combination of a coastal storm system, and a low over the Great Lakes in the wintertime. That would give me a giant headache, here we are in almost summertime. I can say it's just going to bring us a bunch of rain on Thursday, clear away to sunshine right now. The forecast for the weekend looks good New Jersey. I news time is five fifteen. Around the state around the clock. This is New Jersey's first news, the morning, I'm Eric Scott among our top stories this morning. The rain that is around this morning, is helping to douse a forest fire in south jersey, but look for road closures in and around Hamid again, today, because of a fifteen year old boy, drowns jumping into a lagoon with friends in brick in sports, Yanks over the Indian seven six ten coming back after blowing a five nothing lead Mets, top the Rockies six one Frazier with a three run Homer, subway series begins tonight Phillies fall to the reds as the reds put together a three run seventh to take the lead. Bruins forced a game seven in the Stanley Cup finals. Your forecast in New Jersey? Fast traffic next, New Jersey went to one point five makes your smartphone. Evens. Larder. Absolutely three so you could listen anytime anywhere. Get your jersey news fast. Traffic an instant weather on demand. Plus call into your favorite shows submit a photo or sheriffs on Facebook search for New Jersey, one zero one point five and your app store and get it free fast. And now metro by T mobile has the best deal in wireless switched to metro and get two lines for just eighty bucks with Amazon prime included all month every month. Plus now get two free Samsung galaxy j seven star phones, get the best deal in wireless today, only at metro sales tax activation fee fifty plus rate plan required. Valid for numbers currently on T mobile network on metro in past days. Offer subject to change offer valid for new Amazon prime members. Amazon prime has a twelve ninety nine per month value eligible port required. Restrictions apply. See store for details and terms and conditions. Not sure when Williams, hi there, I heard paints or forty percent off. Yep. And stains to right here, only at your neighborhood. Sherwin Williams store right now. Well, June seventh through tenth right on right. Ask Sherwin Williams, June seven through ten in see forty percent on paints and stains with south prices starting at twenty three o nine only at your local Sherwin Williams store sales only. Some exclusions apply. See store for details. Focus on the White House. President Trump is denying New York Times, reporting that much of what is in the border security deal. With Mexico are issues Mexico at previously agreed to months ago. Agreed to send six thousand of its national guardsmen to their border with quantum. Allah, it southern border to try to stop the flow of migraines. The national guardsmen aren't like our national guard. They're actually militarized police similar to.

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"thursay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"There is clear that there is in the their ELD's are uptodate Thursay deals are expired, Gary McNamara and Erica on Red Eye Radio. And he's Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye. So yesterday, the market went up a lot was at five hundred points or so markets rallied as the Federal Reserve officials said this is Jerome Powell, the fed chairman indicated that they could respond to any economic deterioration by cutting interest rates. And so I think that market, that's looking at the possibility of downturn in the economy. Right. And basically all trade related this is terr- for laid it all of this is terror for late. And we do not know how or when these trade issues will be resolved. We are closer monitoring the implications of these developments for the US economic outlook, and as always act appropriate to sustain the expansion as you noticed. And again, I mean, this is where this is where we criticized the president when he was talking about the trait that tariffs are good, and we'll help economy and brings intact out any strong out all this optimistic crap. That's bs. We said, don't do that be straight with the American people say, look tariffs are going to hurt us. They hurt them. They hurt us. But we need to hurt them, and we believe we heard them more than we heard us that we eventually negotiated deal. Be honest with the American public. No BS say turfs are great for us, and we're bringing in record amounts of money your ES, and by the way, you're lying to your constituents. You're lying to the, the people that most invested in you don't do that. That's you know, that's the thing is that you're, you're trying to deliver a promise you know, that won't be kept. And because or you could go about at the other way, and that is if you believe in terrace, then go that route make that your policy make that your policy, but don't say one thing when, you know, it's not true. And that's that's what that's what sets me on this, because I believe, for all the great things that Trump has done the things that I disagree with what he has done. I don't believe any other choice and there's no reason to do it. Right. There's no reason. This is what's so frustrating with this president, when he says things that aren't true is the fact of is he doesn't need to do it with his base. His base would stick with him, if he came out and said, look on the tariff thing, it hurts them and it hurts us. But we believe the hurt on them will be greater and we'll have a better negotiating negotiating point down the road. Well, everybody knows that to begin with why pretended something else. Well, and that's it. I think he has this president without a doubt has better negotiating skills than most modern presidents. I think so use those. That it is returning to the table with Mexico. After you a couple of weeks ago or asking for the Democrats in the house, to get the deal done on US MCA, doesn't make any sense. Because if you're saying, well we're going to put these impose these terrorist now. You've what incentive is there. To finish the deal on US MCA. There is none. No. And you should have whatever you were trying to get you should have gotten with US MCA. The border problem is new the caravan problem coming through. That's, that's what the, the latest is. The president is trying to get forced Mexico. Chew. Stop those caravans control that problem on their side, and I agree with him on that. They need to do it, but they're battling the cartels like they have been for a long time. The cartels are paying for those for those caravans to get through. It will be interesting to see what happens in the Senate this week because you have Republicans in the Senate stating look you've overstepped your bounds. If we're gonna put tariffs on Mexico outside of trade, that's up to congress, not to you write that the, the ability, the, the authority of the congress gave you was to freeze assets in countries. It was not to put tariffs on problem is congress wasn't specific when they gave the president that emergency authority, right? As the president's claiming that this is an emergency. The problem is here is they said, nobody trusts the president now when it comes to training, I'm we're talking about other countries. It's like Great Britain right now. A wing come to a deal think Great Britain, really believes that they that, that you will, you will deal with them in an honest way, when you're all ready to sign the free trade agreement with Mexico, and all of a sudden, the last second boom out of nowhere. Now, terrorists are going on in this one it's going to be well, that's not if you want. Added that it should have been in the deal. Right. You should have put that in the deal, but not to put it in the deal, and then back off and say, well, this is out side of the deal. No, it's not outside the deal and other countries are going to look at it and say, you're not being straight up with us. You won't be you will agree with trade deals, and then you'll go on another tangent in order to, to, to negotiate a different point. You'll break an agreement that you've already made with us, and what happens as a result of that they're more inclined to find different trade routes with different nation. Right. So that's the fear. The Jeb you find. You established a new supply chain, for whatever item or items, it is. And that becomes the rule of the day. I mean, that's what happened with tariffs with Mexico, when we talked about initially they said, in terms of pork, they said, we're not gonna let our people pay the price here, will find other suppliers. And that's what they have to do. Senate Republicans, rand Paul stained. Look, I agree with the president of the majority of what he's doing. I even agree with the problem of immigration, right? But he does not have the thirty to do that, that thirties with congressman, and because I agree with the president doesn't mean I'm going to give up congressional authority and pretend it doesn't exist replied, that audio cut from Rampal last hour and I agree with the president. But he does not have the thirty to do this. So what will Senate Democrats do? I don't know I still doubt that they have the votes to to to get it done. I still think they'd be short on the votes. They believe that they will have democrat votes for it in the house and the Senate, and enough in the house to override a veto. Here's the thing, because Democrats have commodity said, they are the tariffs, but are they if the Democrats believe that the president is cutting his own throat, economically speaking by putting all these tariffs on? Would they help the president would they would they help in essence economically, the president by having a vote that could override the veto which may mean that the economy grows faster instead of growing slower? I think what they realized now Hooghly on Castro in an interview, recently said that the tariff on Mexico. Are a stupid move. I think the only play for them is to counter the president because they also know that any tariff is going to be short-lived it, it's not going to get to the point, because even if the president is reluctant to do it his advisors will ultimately win. And like steel aluminum those terrorists won't be in place long enough to do permanent damage or not permanent. But, but real damage to the economy. So they know it's a bluff and you cannot stand with this president. If you have a d by your name, by the way, I'm still I'm these are just questions. I'm asking. I'm really making statements because my statement won't be I've delayed my statement till next week. Right. Right. Because he's been. Outta town. You've been out of the country for three days said, you've always this president when he makes a proclamation like this, you need to wait seven or ten days to find out if it's really, what he meant or what he did not mean what eventually happens out of it and since his been out of the country. So we're just we're, we're asking more questions than anything else. In other news, there hours after the department of Justice slammed House, Democrats for planning a contempt against Torney, general Bill bar, and charged Democrats have privately admitted their subpoena request were over broad House Judiciary committee chairman Jerrold, Nadler announced late Tuesday that he is open to negotiating with the department of Justice without conditions. The remarkable turn of events is from Fox News reopen, the possibility that bars contempt vote may be postponed or canceled at both sides, return to the negotiating table. Look Democrats trying to stretch this out the last thing they want an end game if they put the contempt out there, and they get the contempt of congress nothing happens over and over, and, and nothing's going to. They don't get their grandstand. Moment, it assures that William bar will not be setting before them answering questions questions what they want instead, they can't. Because those we said from the beginning, it's ridiculous. The attorney general's not going to answer to staff attorneys on Capitol Hill. That's doesn't answer to them. Lawmakers. Yes. And he said, he would, and he's also going to bring the fully unredacted report, right to to them. So this, I think, is, and they know it's not gonna go anywhere. So what's their best place stretch? It out stretch it out, and you still have an opportunity to have William bar in front of you, and you get the shame him publicly for a little while longer. You get to attack his credibility in front of him. And in front of the American people wanna play audio here because the other big news yesterday. Christopher Steele, a green to talk to US. Investigators about the origins of the whole Russian collusion, farce, remember, Christopher. Steele, was the one that went, apparently as we've all been told to the Russians in order to get dirt on Donald Trump dirt end up being falls. He is going to speak to investigators. Here's Joe digenova on Fox News last night. Well, he's obviously made a strategic decision because he's going to be interviewed by John Durham. It's not the inspector general from the department of Justice, who's gonna talk to him because he doesn't have any reason to talk to Mr. Horowitz, he's going to talk to John durum, his people, so there's obviously, some sort of deal that's been worked out. This is great news. But according to some reports there are limitations on his testimony. I can't believe that would agree to such limitations. But. This is what's important. He has to tell the truth to durum, because even though his testimony will be given overseas. He can be indicted in the United States if he lies to durum. So I assume he's going to tell the truth because this is the big this is the big casino now and what he's going to prove is that the F B I lied in the FIS warrants, and they lied to congress, and they lied to everybody about what they knew about Steel's behavior. This is the big. The walls are beginning to close in on the FBI fraudsters. Yeah. We'll see. Yeah, we'll see where that goes. But while I think it is a big a really big deal that Durham is going to have him sitting in not literally, because it's from is going to be across the pond doing it, but he's going to have him available to them. Well, the question is still testify, right. As you know, doesn't win the in not a United States citizen. He doesn't have to testify, what's so easily. Why is he and we played earlier from CNN Phil, Phil Mudd, their their, their consultant, and nobody really knows. I mean he was he was saying, well, he wants to get back into the business needs credibility. He's never gonna credibility anymore. I don't I don't see that ever happened. Everybody's trying to think what his what is his motivation to do? So I can't tell you what his motivation is because I is it that. 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"thursay" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Magazines and crypto zoology literature, you will still find people who have read Sykes findings and still in Thursay acidly wants you to believe that she is in the ender tall or some other variant of a relict hominids, please stop doing this. I understand how compelling the story of a wild person can be in fiction and legend for thousands of years stories of these wild people that were more animal than human have fascinated us. But this was no legend. This was a real human being. So I'd like to propose an alternative version of the story of Zanna. This is speculative, but I think it's more plausible than the story of giant, naked woman who can sleep outside in the coldest winters, and have full human children. So here we go. Our story starts with a young Zana of black woman in sub Saharan, ancestry, living in captivity, perhaps she was mute perhaps she was not regardless. She was a slave owner takes through village on the river in Qasr. He meets egg Naba and tells him very strange story by his slave capturing her in the woods, and that she is called CENA. And perhaps some kind of a spirit of the woods herself, or the offspring of one. Or maybe he just sells her as a mute and get Nava makes up the story are perhaps, there was never even any such story while she was alive. It doesn't matter. She was a slave and get Naba put her to work on his estate. And then he showed her off to other villagers. Perhaps he sold access to her as a prostitute, or maybe the villagers snuck in and raped her, regardless. She was in no position to give consent to slay. She ended up, giving birth to four children, including wit and CENA, eventually dies, but her descendants live on. Children. Tell stories of religion behaviors or were they ridiculed as being half beast. I don't know but they were likely subject to the kind of racist. Bullying happens all over the world wants to stink plea. And obviously part of a minority with a family history that others might mock, you for eventually, her son, quit dies, too. And years afterwards. Bigfoot researcher eager Burt Seth gigs up and steals covets skull and another skull that might have been saying he has the metalized multiple times on TV shows, and eventually, but Dr sikes where are these skulls. Now they were sold into private collections. When Bert says Russian Bigfoot research business hard times. So now Zina, if the skull did belong to is still being treated as a piece of property, even after a lifetime of slavery. Now. So is fit. My version isn't very nice. It isn't very mysterious. But I think it's probably closer to what happened based on the evidence dislikes book, I wish the story Sykes told in this chapter followed the evidence rather the legends. But now at least, you know, a little bit more about Zana and covet, and they're sad tale of Kasi has a history of African slaves passing through it. I put some links into the show notes about that as well. Plus links to other critiques Sykes book, I do need to add one more bit of evidence to my hypothesis around Zana's name, you may recall from previous episodes that my fascination with the fact that HP lovecraft included the debate word Migo for his strange, Mike. It'd lobster creatures in the whisper and darkness. Sometimes. They're called the fun guy from yoga. But the actual Tibetan term has nothing to do with love crafts, conception of these creatures. But while cryptos Walla just will tell you that Migo is the same as yeti, and that it means wild man. There is more linguistic Soltys. There may be obvious. It. Can mean the same as yeti a wild humanoid, but it can also mean something much more like a bar Burien or uncivilised, uncouth, outsider. So when Kanter with Migo that you see in the literature might refer to an encounter with foreigners. But it might also mean an encounter with monsters knowing how to distinguish the uses depends on more mastery of the Tabet language, then most cryptos Wallasey enthusiasts probably have at their disposal or skeptical. Podcasters for that matter in conclusion, let me reiterate that I appreciate the work that Dr sikes did on this book..

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"thursay" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on WTVN

"A portion of state route three fifteen is still closed today as emergency repair work that started over the weekend continues. Details at twelve thirty on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. So the Russians hack the Kentucky Derby. Well, it's a question. We're exploring mean the Russians are being held responsible for virtually everything. Now that that goes wrong in somebody's mind. So it definitely requires at least some consideration, by the way. NBC news has a poll. NBC news Wall Street Journal poll and in the latest seventy five percent of Republican registered voters say they have high interest there really motivated, they're inspired or chomping at the bit. They can't wait to get out there and vote in twenty twenty they registered nine or ten on a ten point scale seventy three percent of democrat voters who say the same thing. Now, if you compare the democrat enthusiasm so the twenty eighteen midterms than it is way down Twenty-eight eighteen cycle. Democrats held a double digit lead on the question of voter enthusiasm until the last two months before the election when the GOP closed the gap a little bit. But they still trail the Democrats in Thursay Hasim today. The democrat Fouzy Azam is supposedly now, I know it's we're we're, you know, a year and a half out. From the from the election. So. Yeah, you're out. So these are the kind of things are going to change. As you get closer to the election. But the reason why this one is important to me is because if you pay attention to drive by media Democrats all over this country or so revved. They're really inspired after the two thousand eighteen capturing of the house now, they can't wait. They just can't wait they're chopping and a bit. And the polling data NBC news Wall Street Journal says they're not. Chomping. You put that in context with Pelosi out there. Saying look we got a winner. We got to win big. We've got a win the election to get rid of Donald Trump. Imagine that to get rid of the current occupant of any seat you have to win an election. Stop. And think of that we gotta be Trump, and we can't beat him by a small majority. We've got to clock Trump. We have got the stampede Trump. Otherwise, Trump will not leave Trump will claim that we're there's been cheating are there has been voter fraud, or what have you, and I'm telling you this is Pelosi getting out in front of this justifying Democrats taking action again, if they lose if whoever their nominee is loses. And I don't care what the margin. I mean, if it's if it's within any kind of questionable margin. Relative to the electoral college. They are. They're going to go nuts. If they lose twenty twenty regardless what the margin is. And they're just setting everybody up here by projecting onto Donald Trump of the Republicans what they are actually planning. They thought the two thousand election was stolen from them. And therefore George Bush was illegitimate as a president for eight years. And then the election was stolen from John. Carey in two thousand four by fifty five thousand votes in Ohio. Losing their minds daily. Your shot at one thousand dollars now. Text the nationwide keyword van.

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"thursay" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on KTOK

"The Russians hack the Kentucky Derby. Well, it's a question. We're exploring I'm in the Russians are being held responsible for virtually everything. Now that that goes wrong in somebody's mind. So it definitely requires at least some consideration, by the way. NBC news has a poll. NBC news Wall Street Journal poll and in the latest seventy five percent Republican registered voters say they have high interest there really motivated. They're inspired chump a bit. They can't wait to get out there and vote in twenty twenty registered a nine or ten on a ten point scale seventy three percent of democrat voters who say the same thing. Now, if you compare the democrat enthusiasm so the twenty eighteen midterms than it is way down twenty eighteen cycle. Democrats held a double digit lead on the question of voter enthusiasm until the last two months before the election when the GOP close the gap a little bit. But they still trail the Democrats in Thursay today. The democrat who's EM is supposedly now, I know it's we're we're, you know, a year and a half out. From the from the election. So. Yeah, you're out. So these are the kind of things are going to change. As you get closer to the election. But the reason why this one is important to me is because if you pay attention to drive by media Democrats all over this country or so revved. They're really inspired after the two thousand eighteen capturing of the house. Now, they can't wait. They just get with their chopping. And the polling data NBC news Wall Street Journal says they're not. Chomping. You put that in context with Pelosi out there. Saying look we got a winner. We gotta win big. We got a win the election to get rid of Donald Trump. Imagine that to get rid of the current occupant of any seat you have to win an election. Stop thinking that we gotta be Trump, and we can't beat him by a small majority. We've got to clock Trump. We have got the stampede Trump. Otherwise, Trump will not leave Trump will claim that we're there's been cheating or there has been voter fraud, or what have you, and I'm telling you this is Pelosi getting out in front of this justifying Democrats taking action again, if they lose if whoever their nominee is loses. And I don't care what the margin. I mean, if it's if it's within any kind of questionable margin. Relative to the electoral college. They are. They're going to go nuts. If they lose twenty twenty regardless with the margin is and they're just setting everybody up here. By projecting onto Donald Trump. The Republicans what they are actually planning. They thought the two thousand election was stolen from them. And therefore George Bush was illegitimate as a president for eight years. And then the election was stolen from John. Carey in two thousand four by fifty five thousand.

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"thursay" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Right. We're going Patricia Zeh, right? Right. Sorry. I got a win lose us. So barely for him to. We have a book why nobody wanted. We got let's see we got you got your choice. We got the white people though. Like you. We get the lottery tickets. We got the the the comedy show. They get Saturday night. You got a comedy show coming up with Mike Marino, you may twenty fifth. We're going to count Basie theater in red Bank. Then I'm gonna open for the bad boy of comedy, Mike. He's great. Like an artist would have paintbrush. I tell him. He's really good. You're very funny too. I saw catch a rising star you were terrific or you. And I at the stress factory would already Lang was great night. If you're a professional comedian has the Bala Titian with a side job that the people don't think you when you tell people you're an assembly people, some lemon, they immediately get depressed. Yeah. Right. You they start moaning and groaning. I always say you paid money to see a lawyer tell jokes. Choice. Let's get ROY in Wayne New Jersey auto point five. Hi, roy. Hey, good evening. How's it going tonight? Good. How about you? Everything's going. Well, I hope you had a good Easter. It was good. It was good. You you call her eggs, very. Even at my age, we color eggs for the kids and the grandkids yet. How about you my kids did it? My wife did it with the kids. I was at working. Okay. Whole house smells like Easter eggs. You know as each day, they peel them in the which is a good thing. You know as BOS you're throwing them out. You know? Better to eat them after work. I under- fall Andrew and say eighties. Yeah. Another one with the music, right? I'm off tomorrow night. I'm watching the draft. Let's go jets on. Let's go on. Let's go movies movies, John Brown, Nick movies, or you're ready? What Thursay town does Spiderman flame Kirsten Dunst come from a union city. Be Newark, see point pleasant or defame lawn. I'll probably guests Kirsten Dunst from Spiderman we wanna Jimmy against. Let's go is union city. Be is Newark see is point pleasant and d is fair lawn. New jersey. Well, that's an interesting fair. One. Rough night the houses. Easter.

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"thursay" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on Q95

"News. Let us know. Thursay poked, but they say the Pope Benedict may come out of retirement board, pull a Brett farve. Teams going to be what he's Lutheran or a Hindu. Shock. I was just kidding. This is a wrong church for me. I want to put on the diaper be a Hindu. Blue reading turns out, you think that's part of a Hindu wearing a diaper. Don't you? Sorry, gandhi. Do I can't I don't know birds soil. While wary soils. The Ganji isn't just buffet clean. Okay. I'm sorry. Hey, dateline, Houston again. Flint. Waters back. Bottled water. I'm sorry Kristie. Dateline? I'm sorry. Dateline? Houston. Joining. Enforcement agency is looking for a contractor in Houston who can Houston, Texas. Who can burn thousands of pounds of marijuana? The contractor must be able to burn thousand pounds of marijuana per hour for a minimum of eight hours per day. In texas. They talked to Willie Nelson. Willy can't imagine. You'd have hard time finding someone to do that. I have a question. Why don't they sell it? They take it to a place where it's legal because they can't cross state lines. A federal drug law up on my drug laws. It's just print more money and put it out into the will the value will go down that almost sounds like it's reasonable. But it's. I believe because they've got all the marijuana. Why don't they just store it until it becomes legal in Texas or stored until they can transport it to wherever it's legal, Colorado. Maybe it goes bad. I could be that's that's a very good point. I don't know. I bet that's not an easy task. They got to be able to control this fire. You got to be able to not get too hot. While you're doing you wouldn't the smoke drift down to some would new you have to be in the middle of nowhere. Maybe they need to do it in an incinerator something. That's contained but the smoke. That's the whole. I don't know. Maybe there's so they can Bernard. Sumter ono's. I'm sure there's a whole science to it. The sounds like the beginning of teaching Chong bit it. Sure does or a movie. Yeah. They can do that would be funny. That's their whole thing is to try to burn the pot and they figure they can smoke at all. I don't know why that still strikes me as being hilariously funny Christie looked up this herbal. There's a lot more to this. I found the version of it from K H O U. Yeah. Houston. We're on your side. Oh, I didn't even get the show. You what does it stand for? Oh, my God, Houston, I'm guessing. Does. Sorry. Today. The contractor has to be able to burn thousand pounds of marijuana per hour. For a minimum of eight consecutive hours per day. Said that they have a lot of pot. As I say how burn it. She said because I was trying to find the button. So I could press the button. So it would go. Well, that is the important thing. So, wow, that's a lot of pot. Yeah. They should have fish concert right there. Take care. Most of it. Sure. That'll the little work a lot of pot wonder how many days, I don't know man again. You'd think that they could just store it in wait for it to become legal somewhere and sell it. But do they have a way of testing it for potency or anything is there? Like, a you're asking no wrong efficacy. Yeah. I mean, I don't know is this moldy, these are all great questions. I have been there probably probably can can get smoking pot. I guarantee it a man in upstate New York. Stole a truck. A snack truck allegedly without eating anything. What kind of snacks little Debbie snacks?.

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2019 NFL Draft prospects

Under The Hood

10:40 min | 2 years ago

2019 NFL Draft prospects

"We're about three weeks from the NFL draft. It's been an interesting off season. If you were bears fan last season. It was interesting the bears gone out and done a lot of things this off-season than to talk about that and much much more. We bring in our guy NFL writer, Eric at home. Nice enough to jump on and Eric tonight. Everything's good. Yeah. It was just thinking these last three weeks for the drafter get a feel like any turn into here that always does every single year seems like it takes a long time here in Chicago. We've always been interested in the draft. Because usually the bears were bad a high draft pick. And now they were smart last year and traded pigs got gotta Khalil Mack. And now they've not picking until the third round unless they make a move. But I mean, I think it seems like all their other moves have been in you know, in free agency and bringing. Players in. So it's not nearly the draft excitement here in Chicago. Like, it was when just imagine if the draft was here, and it was no bears draft pick for you know, for the first day and a half down. Admit what difficult I think it would be legal to do that. The office. Like, let's about this. The bears probably will make their selection around nine o'clock. I think on Friday night. So you settle in. You know, maybe, you know, get some food get something to eat whatever it's going to be a while. I don't think they'll be moving up. They don't have a lot of picks. So yeah, it's gotta be patience is virtue for bears fans outside of kicker because kickers not real answer. When you talk about to what's the biggest need for the bears. Hang into the draft. It's a great question. You know, I think it probably, you know, I think what they did themselves. A lot of a good favor by refunding airless, you know, and just you know for a one year deal. Right. We know he's the third outside guy. But still it just eliminated one spot that you have to kinda reach four and not reach four. But you know, have to hope that somebody is at that position waiting for you in the draft. So it probably slimmed down to two maybe three or four positions. I would think running back has to be on that list. You know, I personally would like to see. Them. Get more death on the offense of line. And I think the secondary either corner or safety would be a spot they can look at and their few defensive action, the strap that I think could play, you know, cover the flight and also places safety. So there's some versatile guys in this great year for either position a corner safety, but it's deep enough where they could possibly get somebody there. So I would just, you know, spit balling kinda Dr throwing I would say those it's likely that they could be picking one of those three spots that eighty seven toys have you ever seen as I'm asking the question. I know we've all seen it. But have you? I was gonna ask you if you've seen the situation where teams running back like Jordan Howard performed relatively well and was light by many people. And but basically the head coach had no use form at this point. And that's why they ended up moving them. Yeah. I mean, obviously, totally different situation from what happened with Levy on bell. You know, those are the exceptions to the rule, but you know, it is one of those. Position where if you're not one of the elite top, you know, five or six guys in the league at your spot. You know, there's only so much teams willing to kind of sink into that dishing. I know that there have been back strapped in the top. You know, five ten picks several years, it's not gonna have this year. But it's happened. A lot in recent history or often more often than I would've expected. I know Todd Gurley got his big deal. I know other people have gotten pretty good money. That's dishing bell sign this off season. But there's a drop off, you know. And so I think if you're not special, you know, that maybe are deemed expendable depending on the system. And so you know, I can see both sides why they moved on. And I think they feel like with Mike Davis Torri Cohen, they add one more the draft. You know, maybe Ryan dollars trading Kampe preseason hero again or something like that. But you know, we'll see I think they will try to add at least one more. And then maybe an underrated free agent to add on top of that. Daryl. Patterson is. Is an interesting guy. But he's been an interesting guys come into the league. Other people have found out ways to use them and the patriots even lined him up in the backfield as a running back. Do you expect Matt Nagy to do that? Also, not only just swing passes and give them in and around and things like that. And also given the ball out of the running back position. Yeah. It's a great option. I think you know, the patriots really the first team to really unlocked at running ability. I mean like you said when he was in Oakland, you know, other places he was running those kind of gadget runs and things like that. But I mean, they line them up as a tailback and got buffalo game was it was crazy to watch. He had twenty something carries. And so, yeah, it was it was a strange thing to think about you know, a six to two hundred twenty pound receiver who could run like the wind lining up kind of power back. But he can do it. I think that really added to the appeal. He's the perfect Matt Nagy player. They'll run kick off, you know, he could be a wide receiver if you need to. I don't think he's more than. A number four. But still, you know, having that deeper out option is important. And I think that's you know, that kinda speed if Taylor Gabriel is out there, they may not have that exact replica that so it's different version of speed. And then as you said we saw last year that he can be running back, you know, in cut a break glass in case for -mergency situation. Seahawks quarterback. Russell Wilson wants a new deal. He gave the Seahawks April fifteenth as a deadline to get that deal done. Do you think he gets done in what type of deal? Do you think Russell Wilson who get from the Seahawks? So here's my hypothetical question here. Like what they let's say if April sixteenth by parents diversity, by the way. Let's. Let's say April sixteenth. They offer him. The richest TV deal of all time. You're gonna say oh sorry. The deadline. Hey, understand that this thing happened in January. We didn't really hear about it until very recently. But meeting his, you know, giving them a deadline, but you know, it just doesn't make a lot of stints. It's not a if something magical happens on that calendar day, not as some kind of contract, you know, bonus kicks in or anything else that would prevent them from getting this thing done, or if there's some kind of you know, league deadline or something like that. It's not July fifteenth and the franchise player, so it's just one of those kind of subtle threats from the from the Wilson camp saying, hey, don't forget about me, baby. You know, I still want to get my deal. I still want to get this thing done. You know, there's an opportunity for him to really cash in. And also kind of hold them hostage a little bit. I suspect it there's a good chance that gets done. But for months now there have been whispers that you know, maybe the Seahawks aren't quite prepared to pay him. What what a lot of people think he's worth it would at least entertain the idea of. What could we get you know, trade for him? Just theoretically, what would he get you know, is worth three first Thursay? We're still talking about a thirty thirty one year old guy. And there's still a handful of teams that really badly need that franchise different speaking quarterback. So I I don't know. I still think it's gonna get done 'cause that's city loves them. Even if a lot of past teammates were the biggest Russell Wilson fan. They know how much he means for the team another couple minutes with NFL writer, Eric at home and Erica week or so ago, rob gronkowski decided to retire. A lot of people on Twitter and everywhere else going, okay. The best tight end. Maybe you'll ever play the game has retired. Who's the best tight end in the NFL? Now who do you like? Yeah. I mean, that's a great question. To kinda depends what you want. So if you guys can do with grunk did which is being impact players blocker, and as receiver, you know. And and think about all the calls that were made against gronk over the years. He was kinda like the Cam Newton of the tight end position like say what that's not interference. Though, he just, you know, even with that work in Gascony was so special. I love the fact that Travis Kelsey can be as dangerous, you know, the last couple of years he's actually been a better receiver than gronk. No question about it. But he's not nearly the blocker that he is. You know, we see some of these young pass catching tight. I mean, George Kittle out in San Francisco at times has flashed like he could be the best to way tight in the league because he blocks his tail off. He's got great receiving chops. And really the only thing that's kind of held them back injuries. I don't necessarily think you can have a long career. So this might be one of those debate that we kinda have for years. I don't think there's any one guy that fills that checked off all the boxes like like gronk did. And he had injury issues too. But still when he was out there. There's really no doubt. And I don't know that that that one guy even though there are some great blockers. It's about staying receivers you rarely see both. Do you think that Jason Witten can still be productive? I don't know man this. I wanted to I know Jason Witten the player, it was outstanding. He was just so consistent day in and day. I knew what you're going to get from. He was probably, you know, he was unsexy version of gronk and that he could block and catch fast but a year off his age. I know they say they're going to come in just and all that. His feeling this thing could kind of turn south, and we could see 'cause he looked slow by the end when he was out there last time. He just wasn't the same guy. Eric, we appreciate jumping for few minutes. We'll hopefully those go to slow the next couple of weeks. We'll talk to you soon. All right. Enjoy the run up to the draft guys. Thanks. They got home jumping on talking NFL. Like Whitten wasn't good at the end. Then like fancy players, look like, wait. Hold on. Really? Like, what is she some Witten really gonna bring to the Cowboys? Here's a guy wanted to bring up to you. Because this is a guy that I thought when he got to the NFL was going to have a bigger impact than he's head and OJ Howard at the tight end. Okay. Because what we saw in college. We thought. Okay. The when this guy gets here Dowd using is just because the quarterback situation and the problems have had do you think he can still become a dominant tight end in this league? Maybe because he did it in college. And you assume that that body type in his speed is is ability to get down field. And you know, James Winstons been not very good. No. And I think a lot of people misread what Tampa Bay is doing. I don't think he's there for the long haul. I think Tampa Bay if they could find someone else to be their quarterback. They would go with that person. Yeah. So whether or not it's trying to find a quarterback in this year's draft. Or or or planning for the future? Elsewhere. But like I don't trust him as Winston do.

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"thursay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Many people have said on our Facebook page. Colorado's make my day law. Applies here. Police are still investigating those details. Well, of course, it does. So I didn't realize but about three percent of the American population has joined the. What I think is the unhealthy cult of veganism. That's large enough. Three percent. The American population to create a huge YouTube community. I just want to be completely honest and authentic. Oh, what does she wanting to be completely honest inauthentic about last Sunday, a five second video clip of vegan youtuber, you'll volume and does this woman. You're just now hearing single handedly brought down the luminous twenty-eight-year-old entire career because in this five second video clip this putative vegan. You can see the raw food advocate who goes by the name Rovana smiling at a restaurant in Bali as she prepares to tuck into her meal. But in an instant her face changes as she realizes her friends camera is trained on her plate. But it's too late. On the plate. Oh, the forbidden food fish. Eating fish is a crime against the animals, according to the she rushed upload a video claiming that she'd only been eating fish for two months. As a remedy to the health complications that she developed after six years as a vegan. Turns out she's not the only one. In a January fourteenth video titled why I'm no longer vegan buddy, Rebecca set the tone for a massive defections to come. The YouTube vegan community is in collapse. I just like to say that YouTube vegan communities in collapse. I'm just want to be completely honest and authentic. Yeah. I started incorporating. Hi, guys. I feel like I'm always leaving allies. So. I am no longer following a vegan diet. Saturday is a salmon I tried. Thanks. Again. I was so shocked. Promoting myself online taking time to process this new change in my diet and lifestyle. Not my personal understanding of what it means to. Oh. They got caught eating fish. And then it started snowballing Camelot Harris. Running for president. She was one of those earlier that was talking about the end of civilization, and it's the end of the world as we know it. Said this today new education initiative announced by democratic presidential candidate. And Senator Harris aims to give teachers significant pay raises a move that could tap into a wave then Thursay Azam sparked by teaching strikes teachers Frakes across the country. Who's gonna pay for the teacher raises? Why is a president or presidential candidate? I don't mind if you're concerned about what teachers get paid. I hope you're concerned about what teachers get paid as your about. What talk show host get paid or producers get paid because it's all should be the concern of the federal government. Right. Democratic senator. Harris joins me now from Capitol Hill. Senator thank you very much. Thanks for being with us today. Any better education proposal? Okay. We can get right into that. How we pay for it. As we need to raise the estate tax on the top one percent. Let's talk. Raise the estate tax on the top one percent. Wow. Okay. So we're going to tax people rich people that die take money away from their heirs to pay for teacher salaries all at the federal level. I I've got a better idea. Let's cut through the crap. This just cut through all the crap. And just recognize that what we need to do is. We just need to we need to abolish all local school boards. We need to abolish just every school district. And we just need one big national school. It's like the national popular vote, except we'll call this the national school district just within the geographical. United states. Neil Alaskan cannon classic in Canada, Alaska and Hawaii. We'll just put you'll have one giant school district and the school board will be the five hundred thirty five members of the house and the Senate, right? I mean, these these guys are great they can policy. Well, what they'll do is. They'll just advocated over to the US department of education. So we'll just have we'll have a national policy. Salary will be set not based on what the tax payers in a school district decide to vote themselves or the tax payers in a state vote to tax themselves through property taxes at the lower taxes. No, we'll just we'll just have. I mean, why not let's go whole hog. Let's nationalize every it'll do because I think it's critically important that we also asked what is going to be the return on investment. It's an investment. Yes. So if I invest in teacher, let's just say we can do I can buy shares in a teacher if I want to buy shares in the teachable, first of all I want is. I wanna see I wanna see some sort of, you know. A statement. I wanna I wanna see. Oh, what's I can't think of the four? But I want to see a disclosure statement. That tells me what your that that teachers business plan is exactly what her credentials his credentials. Are I wanna know everything about where you went to school? And then I wanna make our see what you kind of how the past performances them. I want to see what the earnings per share is for that particular teacher. And then I may or may not decide to invest in that teacher. What kind of dividends is that teacher going to pay me? If I invest in in that teacher. Yeah. Because. Oh, that's not what she meant. Well, I'm sorry. I could sworn she said that it was all about an investment state tax on the top one percent. Let's talk about what it'll do because I think it's critically important that we also asked what it's going to be the return on investment. Yes. What's the return? If we if we just nationalize teachers because she's going to determine apparently teachers salaries now at the federal level, and we're the somehow that's going to be an investment. I think I have the opportunity to invest in my own. I mean, I get that you're going to tax the crap out of me see almost about slip right there tax. You know what? But I like to I'd like the opportunity to make my own investment. Get my own dividends and investment is this. It's an investment in our teachers and on what we know at. You know that just oh, it's so that language is just so it's so soothing it's just like we're investing in our teachers and what I mean, it's for the children. Oh this. Every every dumb ass listening to this on MSNBC is thinking to themselves. Oh, I love camera. She's going to invest in the teachers, and she's gonna make the wealthy. Is that in our country? Teachers are paid on average about eleven percent less than others. Similarly, situated college graduates. Wait a minute. Utterly other. Similarly, situated college graduates. Well, if you're if you're a graduate of. The education school teacher. You you have a teaching certificate. You have a teaching degree. How can you possibly be similarly situated to other college graduates because they got they got degrees in gender studies. They got degrees. And I don't know. In foot odor. They got foot bacteria. Apples and oranges sweetheart, apples and oranges. What we know? And I'm traveling the country these days, I have met more teachers who are working two jobs, sometimes three. Yeah. Yeah. Because they only.

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"thursay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"PK, and now, traffic and weather together. Either. The national weather service has issued a winter storm warning for the Sierra until four AM Thursay chains are required on fifty votes. Erections between Khyber to Myers an eighty between the Applegate in Truckee. Your next report's at nine thirty. I'm Steve forever for the camp. K traffic center. News Radio ninety three point one FM and fifteen thirty AM. Rain will continue in the area throughout the night. Tonight. Tomorrow is going to be both windy and wet periods of heavy rain. And during the day on Wednesday that rain will gradually taper off to occasional showers. But the next twenty four hours is going to be pretty wet around Sacramento. I'm Kierra three meteorologist Mark finding on NewsRadio KFC K Sacramento's news, traffic and weather the top and bottom of every hour. News radio. Panned on it. Nine..

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"thursay" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Light and Monday amid calls for the tirec such a party to be shut down. Global news twenty four hours a day on a talk on Twitter by by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries amount about Drollas. This is Bloomberg his David now with a check on the markets. David Wright animals. Thank you. You so much and we were just talking about Thailand there. So the equity market in Bangkok is actually down a little bit of strengthen the currency. Here's sort of overall picture. The most of the stocks are actually on the way down into account on MCI extra pan because Japan is close today slightly lowering that benchmark you have these markets still like China, like Vietnam, also Taiwan that are reopening and trading for the first time since that weeklong closure last week, and that sort of your counterbalance but again net net, we're slightly lower onto benchmark futures. You can also adjusting to what we're seeing in the cash markets back down, please. And how the currency markets there as Madison's pointing out the dollars putting together a bit of Iran depends on which metric you look. But in any case takes all the way back to maybe two three years ago. A lot of that. Maybe comes comes down to the fact that you had this big adjustment in China with the weaker fixing on the back of the strong dollar last last week half of one percent weakness there, again, the continuing story of yields pushing lower the tenure in New Zealand, by the way right about at a record low. Let's bring it back down have a look at what else we're tracking here today. Let me just shift this. There we go as far as Asian equities are concerned. You have your fifty two hundred and you have one hundred eight moving average two hundred. That's your yellow line right there. I can just zoom and just give you a sense of where we are. That's the next sort of level to watch. And then it takes us now to essentially this momentum that we're getting with the fifty day as you can see pushing above one hundred let me bring this back down my apologies. And the other thing I want to just quickly mentioned before we go iron ore prices massive move last week in Singapore in the contract ninety bucks north of that the Cashmore the Commodity Exchange in Dalian China. Also reopened today adjustment there. Eight percent up on the back of again. This iron ore story on the back of the supply concerns out of Ali, minus. Okay. Great. Rhonda. Thank you very much from our colleagues in Hong Kong night to Saudi Arabia and the king King Solomon has approved a plan to ease levies that businesses pay on foreign workers. Now, the movies tend to revive economic growth and Thursay's plan to exempt some companies from pain the twenty eighteen fees or reimbursed. Those who've already paid the catch to qualify for the eight businesses need to have made strides in hiring more citing nationals joining me now is who Tom MD frontier. Markets at Bank of America, Merrill, Lynch. Good to see this morning. So these are efforts by by the king is supposed to redress the balance hundreds of thousands of ex patriot workers left the kingdom last year. We understand this is a three billion dollar plan. Good news in the first top-level reaction. I mean, it can be really this is more than anything an effort to spur more Saudi employment. Is it a carrot and stick it can be taken that way? But undoubtedly this is going to reduce stress on some of the companies that. Obviously have been hit very hard by these fees so long as they start to make progress in getting to the green zone. They will be lie. They will be able to get some of these fees back which for a lot of businesses running on thin, margins etc. Could be very very beneficial. And that will obviously then start to play through the rest of the economy. Asset quality for the banking sector will be stronger and the like there, but more than anything this will as another effort to spur employment of Saudi nationals, and ultimately in the long term. That's a very central part of the economic vision. We know what the vision of twenty thirty are they they're very very clear. I want to take it to market would break it down. The Dr will I talked about the flow of money. First of all the Tada will decide market in itself is sucking in money at a pace that we haven't seen for quite a long time. Have we got past the kashogi affair is this a bite is this about equity inclusion is does indexation matter more than politics?.

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"thursay" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I mean, the biggest question is who's going to play the right side on that Riley and Muslim pairing. Who's it going to be Darryl Sutter's? We saw quotes was pretty Vatican. You know, he's never done it before. When I look at if you can pause on that, I always go back to Mike Babcock's Detroit Red Wings squad where everybody shot left. This was like the Soviet national team in the seventies. Where everybody except for maybe one player shot. Everyone's a left hand shot trae Redwings outside of I think maybe three I have an answer to that. Because I've asked him about it before when he went to the Stanley Cup final with Anaheim in two thousand three he had six left E shots. And as you mentioned, Detroit he had mostly lefty shots. And I just said, you know, what's the difference? And he said it's much faster. Now, he's it back then you could get away with having guys on their off sides now with the speed at the way, the game's played is much more difficult. So he doesn't think it's fair comparison. I've asked him about that before one of the interesting names that popped up in the end. It's the first round draft pick to the Los Angeles Kings cog runs from goes the other way as well. And Sean dursey Sam causing team has been going on about Sean Thursay forever. Love. I should've called SAMA didn't realize love Sean been going on. I don't know. He does too. And he loves Sean, just involved in a big trade between Owen sound in Gulf of the OH L wider Z, and why not someone else maybe a Marley's the fence when the trade came down, and the least broke it, and I did a FaceTime with Caroline. And I said I was surprised that little grin wasn't in the deal. I figured that. That was the guy that the kings would go after the did ask about Rasma sending from what I've heard in Toronto stock to its promise that he was not going to be traded. Right. You know, I asked around I said why not little grin and I've noticed to stomp on a kid. He's not even twenties got a long way to go. It just seems a lot of people are really down on him right now that they just feel that he hasn't progressed the level that was holding expected. I was actually I was driving down to the podcast today. I was listening to bananas and Justin born on the good show on our flagship here in Toronto the fan five ninety and born was saying that one of the. Things with little grenade. Is he just seemed so far off to me, and I'm not seeing those major strides taken. And you look at stats a lot of times for defenseman. Like, he's doing fine. He's got he's got some numbers. You know, nothing to exceptional. I think for his age was putting up impressive numbers at the American Hockey League. Right. But the thing is so much of that with with skill guys. Like that where you don't trust them to play physically in the game. Is that they're putting them on the power play in a position where you're their only defense. News touching the puck with your best offense a forwards and there just racking up assists. You know? He only scored once last year, he had sixteen assists, only has two goals this year, you know, another six assists. So to me is probably getting a lot of touches on the power play. And that to me doesn't indicate someone who's developed enough to play at the NHL level. You know, again, he's nineteen years old this could all change. But it certainly looks like the opinion on him isn't as high as it was a year ago when he was taken in the first round. So there were a few teams told me they were not surprised now some teams were hired on jersey than others. But they said they weren't surprise the kings would go in that direction. Now, the Jake Muslim is a maple leaf always curious what the reaction is how the dominos fall here..

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"thursay" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"thursay" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"They have to back them up. These things are happening with elected officials all over the place, and they're not backing them up. They're not saving them. They just get deleted automatically after twenty four hours. I mean, it actually probably should be an update to the the records act and the way that these things are recorded because people are going to start just deleting stuff and saying, oh, yeah. Sorry. I couldn't keep it. That's just the way the program works it. It's gonna it's gonna lead to some weird things happening in the next couple of years. Yeah. Anthony Weiner should have had that. He should he should have that feature on his phone. No. I think it's concerning because not only can you put a lot of information out there that does need to get out there, and it just dissipates and goes away, and who knows who saw it or can, you know? But just the fact that it can you can take a spin on that the media can put something out there and say don't believe your eyes. What we tell you. Yeah. That's scary. It really is scary. Because now you're getting into we're seeing all across the board facts don't matter. It's all about how you feel and your emotions and those things don't worry about what you saw don't worry about. What you read? We're going to tell you what to believe. And that's what's happening in culture today. And it's really really scary. I think about the real quick that hadn't been deleted. If that early that had been deleted, like normal Instagram story would have been the media would have said, no he didn't do that. And there'd be no video to prove that he had done it. And so it would just have been true. And that's a dumb example of teeth cleaning, a minor example of this. But like he did do it the videos there, we did see it, and they could easily have denied that. And there have been no way to prove it. Wrong in just twenty four hours. Right. Well, I'm just sitting here. Eating field agrees. I'm gonna talk a little bit more about border security. We get a misconceived how do you feel about? Yeah. I do think that there is a setting on your Instagram where you have access to write them. But you don't and you don't ask that doesn't necessarily mean you have to show people that you still have it. Right. It would be exactly could say on what happened and you don't have to save them. Right. I mean, don't they should they should campaign. I would. I mean who knows if they're actually doing right, okay? Interesting poll that we took yesterday. Today's results when do you believe life begins, which is having this conversation abortion? Thursay's happy hours. Okay, weird. Eighty four percent of you said conception, eighty four percents believe life begins at conception. So that's pretty high. I'm impressed with that. Ten percent win viable three percent at birth. What is wrong with you at birth? So mazing people do, but they do believe it. I can I can swallow the three percent unsure more than I can swallow the three percent birth. Well, three percent birthday was fifteen percent of the actual poll. Yeah. We were saying it's okay to do it all the way up to them. So I mean by we are continuing our tradition of giving you options in the poll, and then when you pick the wrong one, we insult you. You're welcome. Do here. And then today's poll question, are you concerned about the length of this particular government shutdown? Let us know on Twitter at the blaze that is at the blaze. What do you guys think? Are you worried Stu worried because he doesn't want long lines at the airport. I am Super Bowl flight coming up very concerned about that that when I'm a little worried about and also the beer labels after no craft new craft beer varieties can come out until this is over us. Clear rental scan me. Worried about that. I'm not worried about this. Did you really enrolling that awesome? They got everything. Everything metric come on. I don't have the clear is it worth upgrading one hundred percent right through you know, what one day they may still all my information, but freely and easing can do whatever you want. Right. You really got it. You got facial recognition on your iphone? I mean, you're giving them your fingerprints in a million different circumstances. Well, I'm not going to do it..

Anthony Weiner Stu Twitter Thursay three percent twenty four hours Eighty four percent one hundred percent fifteen percent Ten percent one day