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"tim gene" Discussed on All Things Techie
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On tuesday nights so tomorrow wednesday biden gets inaugurated companies in lockdown the stations and lock time but one base all the social media that he was using completely no. We're going to block donald trump. It's not just an echo chamber anymore yesterday. Conspiracy theorists the alt-right the far right kyun on followers and others stormed capitol hill and livestreamed. I'm least the crack it. let's go. We have a fraudulent election. I would like to report demand. live streaming. This for example is called tim gene. He's a quite nationalist activist. Better known as baked alaska. Who's streaming everything yesterday. On the blockchain service live is youtube channel was banned in october. Then there's jake. Angela who became globally famous for a time yesterday a well-known cunanan follower who believes trump is taking a stand against a secret society of satanist. Pedophiles this is like a global takeover. They're trying to create a new world order for stop donald trump and his social media presence. He told them to come yesterday. He's been proclaiming janu. The six online as a day of reckoning for weeks now on the nineteenth december tweeted big protests in dc on january. The six be there will be wild a few weeks later. He repeated this message again in capitals and again on january the forest with the hashtag stop the steel whatever happened to the old days where presidents of the united states of america hot websites do remember when bill clinton had a web place. And you could actually sent him emails. I remember when i was a young teenager that you could actually sent bill clinton emails to his website address. Cool that the president of the united states out a website duchy could send emails to well. Donald trump has been blocked by his favorite media twitter slapping labeled on trump's post since he wandered twenty twenty election since november. The claim abate election for dispute. The platform didn't attempt to limit has eight eight million followers on twitter from viewing sharing such postings. As it had june for trump's tweets labeling people demonstrating in the zolt of the police killing of george floyd as thugs fast forwarding to wednesday january six. The platform locked trump out of his account for twelve hours. After the capital assault it would not return access until the deleted tweets the violated its content policy two days later following the insidiously tweets from trump twitter ninth a permanent ban on us attempt. The platform also later suspended at potus. The official kind for the presidency and his team trump campaign kind after trump attempted to try and skirt. The bob so to twitter belong to pro-trump lawyer lynnwood were permanent. Suspended on january seventh over tweets dot toughens said in social violence. One of these kinds fight back. Law was apparently being used to dodge. The bomb twitter flight a saturday tweets by ludolf at guiliani that linked his appearance on the steven. K bannon pod gas war room and attached this label. This claim of election fraud is dispute and a tweet cannot be replied to retreated light due to a risk a violence. You're not only is trump's personal lawyer and one of the lightest at proponents of the president's debunked election fraud narration. And it goes. It goes onto. Twitter blocked him now. I taught job probably only users twitter but then he was blocked on facebook and instagram. He was also blocked on youtube. Which i didn't think he would have that much. Content on youtube may be did. He was standing blocked on amazon web services. Cut the social media site parlor over the weekend. A users act glorified capital rush. I'm violated its terms of service now. I've never heard of before That's coming from a tech person. Obviously being used by a lot of time campaigners on protesters so amazon web services blocked it. 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"tim gene" Discussed on The Corner
"Dude listen. And you say it for years I mean you interviewed the dude cut a promo on you walk out. It's ease been money money for years that Wrestlemainia. Three years ago. New York. New, York two years ago where I hung out with two days I hung out with that fucker. Great. Ed. He's he says different man in this is a perfect way of highlighting what he does best in. That is talking the game make singing obviously. The Guy would fool Rosie o'donald show. We're back to his roots as opera singer, the voice voice of an angel do. Outside sound Chris Jericho the brain is fuzzy listen. There are some people that didn't like this segment right I. loved it because I felt like. It was something completely different out of the box, but the way that it was handed with dancers and you know. Beefing over their stake being well done, and then we go into this whole entire number for the whole numbers about pro wrestling talking about beaten up the bucks and all this shit. But MGM sounds really good and they had like this whole choreographed dance routine for me this comedy done right. This was comedy done absolutely right and now we know we're per done inevitably get these two facing off against each other. But the way that we're getting here like a couple of weeks ago I was like. This. Become a little bit too much. This right here was perfect I. Love this every bit of this I rarely do I like laugh out loud when I'm watching something that's like an wrestling but I was hollering at this. This was great. Perfectly done and I saw people complain Mike. Also now, you Awa fans like sports entertainment. And someone else like argue sports entertainment like wwe the only place that has ever done an ankle. You guys really don't know WCW. or You guys room you've never watched me grow or you guys really never watched EC W look but they. Everywhere. Does that end? No Japan to mention Yano like people this is pro wrestling but this is again, it's what I said before is like the ww doesn't do comedy right like the street profits. Viking raiders thing was terrible like this was legitimately funny and I feel like it was funny because I think MDF Jackal handled this from top to bottom whether whereas with WBZ of room full of writers trying to go what's funny to Vince where were these two like what's funny to our fans? Of Different, what's funny we can make each other laugh. We're going to be fine with the fans and everyone else Nella ahead. What's funny to Vince and it's like, oh, shots to the nuts it's funny vision. So we're going to put it in every two weeks. So now this was handled perfectly loved that segment that's. That segments than any mash, they could add on like a weekly and his crazy because like that segment was so good that it almost overshadowed how good the Kingston Moxie promos were. Those two promos were incredible incredible incredible fucking. I'm always that's what I xe Justin I. Just group chat like Justin I, mean. Like Kingston Wings where we rise great at that point like I I. Love the Promos I love I'm always a you know I'm a sucker for when they tie in real life history. Yeah. So like when we get having Owen semi Zane and they bring up like real life shit I am a sucker for like await mocks in Kingston new each other. Oh Shit like they wrestled in same places before marks decided W to be key saying he's GonNa, bring everyone up with them. And like he turned his back like, Oh, my God and how he loved progressively, you'd like, I'm pro wrestling tape like damn. That's a good pros good stuff. But I told you about his response was great. At the Fuck Throwback Jersey game is five every everything. He did I hate is entering gear for matching. Outside of that y'all wrestle initatives, tens, Tim's genes do rag that's all I need off but it's it's money. I'm all I'm all here for this I. Hope it's not a one-off though Gimme this with some stakes even though I mean already in high and like you gotTa Kinda build from there but it's I quit make sense I mean everything is good about this and I want to move to something really quick before we get to the downside of it because I don't know what's left but I love her not not really love this sarcasm they just slipped you know the bunny back with the Bush and the blade like nobody would notice those. Would just going to take her back in there and I know they did on aws dark but like holy experiment with like the nightmare like get that shit out of here like put the bunny back with butch bleed that makes a lot more sense but they just kind of like glazed over. It's like, Oh, the bunnies bag here's what happened dark. Thanks guys. You should never do this in the first place. At all nightmare collective. It's just bad time to buy like. Oh. We had br Baker. I got I'm wondering like so you know everyone had these low silhouette pictures when they pop up on TV Brit Baker. Looks. Like a light skinned black chicken, her picture. And everyone else is smoking crazy. She's like three shades darkening Sasha banks in this picture. Every time they show it I'm like, Oh, they got a black girl I, think it's cody's wife. Every time I see. Yeah, I'm like wait. That's pretty Baker like what the fuck went on. Nonetheless. Brubaker is, back on here. I li- brubaker. Better. In. Ring. That's it wasn't the best of it is better. Cool. Yup, and then get into a four way tag team. Number One contender match. Where do we start you know? Start with the bigger picture get. Let's get micro I. You cannot let a man. Knock himself out. Cold that's in the rain. God You cannot let this happen cold out cold and. Just keep doing moves over his lifeless body. No ex- No. They didn't even take the fighting outside of the ring. If. You know he's knocked out and you're trying to figure out a way to get him out. As soon as you make the tag kills the butcher I don't know the difference butcher or the blade make the tag anti-drugs lifeless corpse to the corner. You make them tag, you immediately throw the bucks out and follow them. So the cameras go to you so they could roll the lifeless man outside, put him on the ground and figure out what's happening nope. They kept doing moves on top his by this is what stepping over like this. This is the second time. Man I love eight. Can't do this? We just dealt with a Matt Hardy thing just recently, and we're going back to their few to which I think is ridiculous but You can't do this again. Safety needs to be cleaned. I love that he w on commentary they talk about. You know somebody's been close to Kobe. They're very honest about why guys aren't on TV I enjoy that but you also have to be honest with yourself is saying we fucked up a man was like lifeless in there could have been badly hurt by stepped over him and kept wrestling now it's not a good look not again, they gotta fix that part of this business, the hardest thing, and now this is a little disturbing. This one's on the wrath. It's on the talent in there as soon as you drag his lifeless body, it's time to call them absolutely absolutely eliminated. Do something just get help off camera to get him out of there. That's it because Johnson was just fine by himself I. Really like a Little Ball fucker he's funny as hell because he's fast he's like angry all the time, but he's always like super excited..
"tim gene" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Slaves. A Oh boy. Now you know who won't fight for slavery in eighteen. Sixty Abraham Lincoln that is accurate that is accurate and also the products and services that support this podcast many of which are Abraham Lincoln. He's a big big donor to the POD. The Ghost of Abraham Lincoln. Here we go again. Hey guys it's Jack O'Brien co-founder of crack Dot Com and I host a twice Daily News and culture podcast with the funniest person I know. Miles Gray what an. I tell them. More about how hilarious and don't tell them about my background in politics as a political operative or anything like that. Just keep going on about. The funding wasn't going. Okay that's guys you can come get caught up on what is happening without feeling the life drain out of your soul at the daily Zeitgeist. You'll find us on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever fine podcasts are given away for free all right. We're back. Oh my gosh. Oh those ads I I am just fucking you can hang pipe rail. Get off me. That's how hard I am anyway. Let's row back into the episode and not analyzed that too much So Yeah Okay. We are still making it through this fucking paragraph of Tim. Geel explaining why it's not racist to fight for the confederacy. My God so. He's just explained that he lived in New Orleans boarding houses or by a free black woman quote a frenzy desire to fight the Yankees inflamed most of the young men Stanley new and most of the young women urge them on many customers of the store joined up. After Captain Samuel G Smith raised a local company called the dixie graze because Henry felt the coral was not really his and was puzzled. That whites meant to fight one. Another over the rights of blacks. He did not enlist but on receiving so. He's not racist he doesn't see why it's worth fighting over the rights of other people. Who AREN'T WHITE TIM? Are you reading the Paragraph Year Right? Hey we all just get along the actual human beings. Yeah you do get that feeling from old Timothy G to Jay so quote. Yeah but upon receiving in a parcel chimneys petticoats such as a Negro Lady's maid might wear. He felt compelled to ask not least because suspecting that the sender is one of Dr Gurus beautiful daughters so he gets sent ladies clothing by a woman. He thinks his hot. And she's basically being like your lady because you're not fighting for the south It's such a good burn for that time. Yeah and it it it. It's actually really common thing. Historically a similar thing happened in England during World War. One were like women would get together to like shame men in town who had volunteered to fight yet Variations of this have happened in a lot of places throughout history and Stanley. If that's true Stanley that's absolutely part of what Stanley does. This for. Do not seem like a WIMP. Which scans but on the other hand liked just sent him some of her clothes. I mean that's like silver lunar. It wasn't her clothes. It was the kind of ladies clothing that a black woman would wear. Oh Yeah I bet like that. No he did not like that so he enlisted as a private soldier under an officer named Henry H Stanley which is weird But nobody seems to make anything of it. So whatever. He wound up fighting with a unit called the dixie grace at the battle of Shiloh. Which was pretty bad battle. Not a good time familiar. Yeah Yeah not a great battle as far as battles go if I had to be in a battle wouldn't be top of my list And Yeah he fought against the army of. I don't know about you sword but my favorite career Alcoholic Ulysses Simpson grant the fucking love garlic and cry baby. He fucking rule dude. Oh my gosh. So Stanley saw heavy nightmarish combat. During the first day of the battle in many of his friends were shot dead immediately in front of him he later wrote of his feelings while standing in the carnage that he felt shocked to see that the human form we made so much should now be mutilated hacked and outraged and life hitherto guarded as a sacred thing should be given up to death So that's Great Henry. Yeah come on Man Yeah. It's it's lame. You're about the eighty billionth person to write about that. And what you're about to do is way you're about to do exactly that to hundreds of people. Oh my gosh. So many more than hundred soren so he was captured on the second day of fighting and found himself imprisoned in a POW camp outside of Chicago and this was not a nice place. Although it probably compared favorably to the workhouse he'd grown up and after a brief confinement he was given the opportunity to free himself by enlisting in the Union army and fighting for the other side Adam Haas child of King. Leopold's ghost writes that he promptly agreed to do so. This is one of the few places where Haas Child has kind of a more positive view of Stanley than Tim. Gene does but tim gene doesn't mean it that way. He disagrees with this and thinks that it was hard for Stanley to leave the confederacy quote. Henry held out for six weeks. Before changing sides he'd been through hell with this fellow southerners and felt disloyal but as a foreigner embroiled in the war by chance and having little understanding of the conflicts true significance. Stanley's behavior was not forgivable and it's funny because he says that he really didn't understand what all this fighting was about and then later in the book when Stanley becomes an anti slavery. Crusader makes a huge point about how good it was that he was an abolitionist. How could he not have known what this fight was about? That's great so it's awesome It's it's so cool. Yeah he it's cool that he feels the need to explain how why leaving the confederate army was quote. Not Unforgivable. That says a lot about wasn't anyone's question dim. So anyway Stanley neck spent some time fighting for the Union as an artillery until we get sick from dysentery and received a medical discharge. He's been a bit of time working as a sailor on the Atlantic before in eighteen. Sixty four he enlisted in the union navy and got a posting on the frigate Minnesota by virtue of his very nice penmanship He worked as a ship's clerk and was present for naval battle wherein his ship bombarded a confederate fort in North Carolina. Henry Morton Stanley was one of a very small number of people to experience combat on both sides of the war in the land and on the so. That's a neat piece of Trivia. Well not a lot of folks do that. Yeah so he was in the army and the navy he was in the confederate army the US Army in the US Navy. During the course of a war he get around a bit. You know a a lot of people do that so once. The civil war was over. Stanley used some of his army bucks to take a trip to Turkey with two of his friends including a younger boy who basically worship Stanley named Luis. No and this is a recurrent theme in Stanley's life. There's always one or two or three young white boys hanging around. Who thinks he's the bee's knees and most of them die but he seems to have to have adoring young men kind of hanging around him so the object of Stanley's trip was just kind of wander around Turkey and then quote right a great book of Adventure. Yeah it is like the child. It's like the career that I dreamed of having when I was nine. Yeah yes go find yourself in foreign country and then write a gripping book about it. Yeah I mean his eat pray. Love would involve shooting a lot of people like that was the idea right. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm not opposed to reading something like that either. No I would like to travel somewhere different from what I'm used to. And then write a great book of Adventure. That does sound fun now. The fact that people like me and people like you find that fun is part of why the eighteen hundreds were real rough period for a lot of the globe. That's a good point. But you know whatever well we were just describing was a very very tame version of manifest destiny. Yeah and it's like the version of manifest destiny that I don't know like Indiana Jones in ten ten books. Pass along where it's like. Yeah it seems Super Fun to go have adventures kooky characters and strange places set. You'll get into scrapes with the crazy savages. Oh Yep okay yeah. There's I see. Well that's problematic near the people who did that got so many people killed okay. Yeah so unfortunately. Before they could go off to Turkey. No in Stanley lost almost all of their guns and equipment to a boating accident in the United States And they suffered further accident in Anatolia when they actually get to. Turkey and Louis No decided to start a campfire in the middle of a drought and it quickly raged out of control in the local police took Stanley and his other partner into custody. They got out but Louis. No freaked out Because he was scared of how angry Stanley was going to be. And as soon as they get out of jail he fled to a nearby island so stanley catches up with his boy a few days later and he gives what no would later call a sadistic flogging and then forces him to return to the expedition so the slavery hater has a long history of whipping people and making them work for him but in ways. That aren't slavery it's cool it's cool. The voyage continued in the crew made their way. Three hundred miles. Inland to Turkey was again not clear goal but adventure they reach a village called. Chesser. And here's how Jill describes what happens next. According to know who came to hate Stanley before the trip was over. Stanley tried to murder a Turk in order to steal his horses all perfect. She's GonNa kill me. Amanda Take Horses. Henry would later claim that the Turkish made obscene overtures to know and he stanley had been slashed at him with a sword to defend his young friend. Stanley's diary confirms that the tour Turkey had been sexually drawn to know when they were writing together in a group but Stanley of used his discussed as a pretext to attack and attempt to rob the man. So again this is the guy who is the most sympathetic Stanley. You could be. He was like maybe. He used his friends sexual assault as pretext to commit armed robbery. Right fucking horses we gotta get us some steal them. I gotTa make up a story about this guy wanting to make take his stuff. Yeah it's cool. Hemmitt continue jails paragraph because the middle gymnastics. Here real fun. If he had really been contemplating murder he would've surreptitiously loaded gun in advance to be able to shoot the Turk without risking hand-to-hand tussle with the man used to fighting with sorts indecorous. So both both being like look. Here's what he would have done if he really wanted to kill the guy and also going of course. Turks naturally know how to fight with daggers. You always see them with those long curved sword but Henry made no such preparation after his hands had been badly cutting the fight and he was desperate ended he failed to lay hands on a single loaded gun among the weapons he had brought with him. He also didn't kill him in vengeance so he's a good guy yes so fun so reputation spotless still. La- on everyone who a flawless man. Oh man now Stanley and his men were surrounded by angry Turks and they opted to surrender rather than fight. They were beaten tied up and robbed in. Louis No was raped at knifepoint repeatedly. They survived though and successfully brought suit against the men who attacked them..
"tim gene" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Oh Yeah I bet. Like that? No, he did not like that. So, he enlisted as a private soldier under an officer and named Henry H Stanley, which is weird but nobody seems to make anything of it, so whatever he wound up fighting with a unit called the Dixie grace at the battle of Shiloh, which was pretty bad battle, not a good time familiar. Yeah, yeah, not a great battle as far as battles go. If I had to be in a battle, wouldn't be top of my list, and yeah, he fought against the army of I. Don't know about you sort, but my favorite career Alcoholic Ulysses Simpson Grant. The. Fucking love, garlic and cry baby. He fucking rule dude. Oh my gosh, so stanley saw, heavy nightmarish combat during the first day of the battle in many of his friends were shot dead immediately in front of him, he later wrote of his feelings while standing in the carnage that he felt shocked to see quote that the human form we made so much should now be mutilated, hacked and outraged life hitherto guarded as a sacred thing should be given up to death. so that's Great Henry. Yeah! Come on man. Yeah! It's it's lame. You're about the eighty billionth person to write about that and what you're about to do is way. You're about to do exactly that to hundreds of people. Oh my gosh, so many more than hundred Soren, so he was captured on the second day of fighting, and found himself imprisoned in a POW camp outside of Chicago, and this was not a nice place, although it probably compared favorably to the workhouse he'd grown up and. After a brief confinement, he was given the opportunity to free himself by enlisting in the Union army and fighting for the other side, Adam Haas child of king. Leopold's ghost writes that he promptly agreed to do so. This is one of the few places where Haas Child has kind of a more positive view of Stanley than Tim gene does. But Tim gene doesn't mean it that way. He disagrees with this and thinks that it was hard for Stanley to leave the confederacy quote. Henry held out for six weeks before changing sides he'd been through hell with this fellow southerners and felt disloyal, but as a foreigner embroiled in the war by chance and having little understanding of the conflicts, true significance Stanley's behavior was not forgivable. And, it's funny, because he says that he really didn't understand what all this fighting was about and then later in the book when Stanley becomes an anti slavery, crusader makes a huge point about how good it was that he was an abolitionist. How could he not have known what this fight was about? That's great. So. It's awesome So cool, yeah, he. It's cool that he feels the need to explain how why leaving the confederate army was quote not unforgivable. That says a lot about..
"tim gene" Discussed on 1A
"Just on Saturday but when you look at the results it looked like South Carolina just had a tremendous influence and even the people from South Carolina. Jim Clyburn was was canvassing for Biden in dumfries. That's a mostly African American precinct over or area over in northern Virginia and they went to the polling place yesterday and There was just wall to wall support for Biden. One person after another one fifty two year old government worker summed it up. He said look if we African Americans are anything were pragmatic picking someone who can get results And I think that showed that although the state has trended blue we did see. Democrats flipped the General Assembly. Flip CONGRESSIONAL SEATS PICK DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR? All since trump was elected. There's a very moderate column. That's holding that together. I think the African American vote is symbolic of Virginia. Did you see a pattern in bridge? Danielle your reporting on Virginia. Danielle did you see a pattern in Virginia? That we've seen in so many other places a lot of late. Breaking voters who went for Biden was was that democratic indecision a a huge factor in Virginia. I think it was. I mean. It wasn't only the voters. Virginia's also wear a lot of wealthy government former government employees deep-pocketed lobbyists they live in Virginia. They donate to candidates and I spoke to those donors ahead of the primary one man. He founded a super PAC and the super PAC endorsed Biden. This man even flew out to Nevada to rally for Biden. But he also cut a check to Amy Klobuchar for the maximum for twenty eight hundred dollars. you saw heavyweights in this state. Waiting until the last minute to endorse a candidate Congressman Don byer endorsed Pete Buddha judge even as Mr buyers wife was fundraising for Biden. So you could see that. The establishment of Virginia was struggling to make up. Its mind and I think that the South Carolina win for Biden helped everybody who is in the moderate lane to feel okay. We have a candidate we've picked someone. Let's bet all of our chips on that individual I gotta say can I just only in Virginia? Could you go out and interview voters and find somebody who founded their own super PAC? That's a very fair. Dc suburbs to be fair. I didn't meet him at the park. I did tracking down. These people are going secretive read. That's that's an excellent point. It is not quite a cross section of America. Danielle take just a second and contrast for people who don't know northern Virginia right outside of Washington DC. With Virginia Down in what they call tidewater big military population huge naval blaze base and southern Virginia Well I do cover mostly northern Virginia. Because that's where our listeners live but I would say around the northern Virginia area. You've got a lot of immigrants coming in and I met quite a few people who were in the Muslims for Bernie camp followed one twenty three twenty something. She was flying for Bernie in her mosque And I think down in the southern part of the state you see a lot more African Americans than large concentrations that's where when Biden came to speak ahead of Super Tuesday. He chose Southern Virginia. He was Down in Norfolk Speaking over there whereas the other candidates focused up top and I think if there was any place where either Warren or Bloomberg could have had a serious impact. It would have been in northern Virginia certainly in Arlington and Alexandria. I met people who were supporting either one of those but ultimately the bulk of the state once again went for Biden. Maybe maybe in the place where people have their own bespoke super PACs. You might have found some people who were strong supporters of Michael Bloomberg especially when there is as involved in politics as some people can be in those counties just over the river from Washington DC. They do not pretend that they're like the rest of the country but they know an awful lot about politics a yellow. What sense do you have from your reporting about? How Virginia may go in the General? Not Asking you for prediction but Virginia has become bluer. Virginia did react to the election of Donald Trump. It used to be a true swing state. Is it still look? I spoke to the chair of the Democratic Party and in Virginia and she told me we're not taking anything for granted. We're certainly going to play as though Virginia is a swing state in two thousand twenty. But I think when you look at the indicators trump has really Generated a magnetic force of revulsion in. Virginia and I went out one night. To a steakhouse in McLean Used to be a place where there plenty of Republican voters and table after table. I met people who used to be Republican. One man said in two thousand sixteen. He just stayed home. Another woman said she voted for a third party candidate. Another woman married a Democrat and is now voting on climate change. People just felt a sense. That trump insulted their sensibilities and for sure. There is a rural base of support for the President and for that branch of the Republican Party. We saw that in the big gun rights. Rally in Richmond happened just a couple of weeks or just a few weeks ago. but overwhelmingly. The big population growth is in the suburbs of Virginia. And that's where you have a lot of immigrants. That's where you have a lot of progressives and I think that for trump to get traction he's going to have to you know I. I think that's going to be a very steep climate even the Republican activists in suburban Virginia who I've spoken to. They recognize that they're trying to appeal to immigrants. I went to a cigar. Conservative smoker lounge that they held in in Virginia and they attracted quite a few To immigrants who are worried about higher taxes on their businesses. And yet you know when you go outside that tiny bubble where they're making traction people just feel that. The Republican Party does not Jell with where Virginia is now. That's yellow has low political reporter for W AMU Danielle great reporting from across the river in northern Virginia. Thanks so much. Joe Biden wins in Virginia. Daniele we appreciate it thank you. We'll read Wilson. What about a? What is Virginia now? It was only a couple of cycles ago. That Virginia was a true swing. State when you take the view across the state from the northern counties outside of Washington DC which are liberal but all the way through coal country in the southwest and to the big naval bases in military installations of the southeast. Is Virginia. A swing state? Anymore I don't think so if if Virginia's on table come November then. President trump has already won reelection It is it is not going to be the two hundred and seventy th swing. Electoral vote in pretty much. Any scenario and the number of people who've moved in there are reflective of the same sort of thing that's happening more slowly in places like North Carolina in Georgia We've seen a big influx of basically new Englanders northeasterners moving south for good jobs for some of the wealthiest communities in in the country. And all of that has changed. The dynamics in the state and those dynamics are at play to in states like Texas and Arizona. So there's a long term problem here for the Republican Party as their old bastions begin to crack under the changing demographics. The party is starting to look in different places. That's why Democrats are having are much more optimistic today. Not just about Virginia but about North Carolina Georgia Texas Arizona and Republicans are much more optimistic today about older whiter states like Michigan Wisconsin Pennsylvania. The three Blue Wall states that president trump broke through. I'd also point out by the way in last night's primary yesterday's primary turnout almost doubled from the two thousand eight Virginia primary. That's a good sign for Democrats. There are a lot more Democrats in the state now than there were even twelve years ago. When Barack Obama beat Hillary Clinton they're all right. We move across the country because that's what. Super Tuesday does a gene posted on our facebook Pete. Buddha judge supporters are a big part of why Joe Biden did so well on Super Tuesday. Nobody seems to be mentioning. How large of a role that played and Pete? Buddha judge was one of the candidates who dropped out this week. So was Amy Klobuchar. Senator from Minnesota both of these candidates who were vying with Joe Biden for that moderate Lane. Dropped OUT THIS WEEK. Tim. Nelson is in Minnesota with Minnesota public. Radio for US Tim Gene says that Pete. Buddha judge deserves some credit for Joe. Biden's wins across the country. I don't know if they're in Minnesota. They think that amy. Klobuchar deserve some credit for dropping out when she did and throwing her political weight behind. Joe Biden You know there's no question about that last night. Nbc Exit Poll showed Kobe's exit was a key factor. That polls showed that. Biden Support P. Among people who made a decision the last forty eight seventy two hours had about twice the support for Biden Sanders. And you know Biden was one of those people that Read Wilson said this was one of the places he didn't visit Didn't advertise didn't make speech but His senior campaign manager here in Minnesota. We talked to to him last night Corey Day He said it pretty plainly. Here's what here's what. He told our Brian Backs last night. I think the big difference the way you really look at it is senator. Klobuchar are coming on board with such a strong endorsement and not just an endorsement in name but.
"tim gene" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Go, I love the fact that they gonna feature board awards fighters, and I know Jimmy is good with videography here on and get back into that. I can't wait man. I'm going to say right here like anything. Make I'm double posting. If allow me if ya allow me, if TM G allow me anything you make I'll double post on YouTube over here, so it could get even more of us because ultimately the exposure is for the fighter, you know, it would be great. I mean that's a brilliant idea. You know, people continue to underestimate h money TM g bra. And that's a brilliant idea. What better way to billboard awards, then to highlight each fighter individually, individual, damn imagine Mike story told you know what the what the thirty five millimeter in his face? And he taking you back where it all happened how it all started saying. And that, that, that shot so ill you could see the fucking the cherry on L as inhales because he's in deep door. Never to'real right now. Brunt outage money. Jimmy Tim, gene. Thank you. Thank you. I'm thanking Semra link mass semi-linked, Jimmy got my number age got my number. If they got a summit link, I'm on that some, I said a link to coach Midi for, for dollar DRC icy man. You've been calling for, like eight years. No intro coach median a UK without. Before I go to you for those that haven't noticed we just released coach midis last semi pro fight where one is world title. Definitely go check that out and watch this man on a high level. I hope JD's listening, man. You wanted this rematch. I don't know that. That's what you wanted. But I just wanna congratulate Midi live on air, on a great performance congratulate him and thank him, obviously, for allowing us to just like h money double post and putting up his fight so that our patriots can see just what skill level he sits on fighting no headgear ladies in gentlemen. Telling semi prime is what just go pro about the call you age money. But you need to sign the age money before you go per tell you that right now but you might just get one pro one under your belt. But coach median UK talk to me. Thank you. Thank you. Appreciate the, the sun giving me. Good. I don't understand these stories about, like, billion white, and everyone was about border was man, but. And I have to defend my guy. Deleon. What I like really is from the samples of London relieving, you know, obviously, I'm not a born and raised in kill them from leaving his area. Right. So and actually thing that guy's a good guy is doing what it has to do raises profile and trying to get the fight that is supposed to gate. So I don't know why people sitting on it, but I heard like one day was saying that he's the guy that, you know. You know you don't allow him to ride with us. You understand why everyone lives on the plug. This perspective. That is a opening and show the world very soon is gonna get like watertight very said, so hopefully that that's what we see. So I don't know. Like I thought this thing maybe late. But what if MAURICE? Saying that is fed up with the insults, the, the damage of his, father's reputation. And they wanted on to stop don't like the media circus that any Hearn and dealing white was doing, you know. Chila WBZ. That man like so I'm in like, there's like. They all limits to how you promote the fight. But what didn't is doing is good for good for himself to start with, because it keeps him such keeps himself relevant. But also give some shines at the WBZ, what is WBZ going to say when did his one of their, they're going to tell him that he need to stop making noise just giving the WBZ. Implement and code of conduct policy that they are going to force..
"tim gene" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The voice, I love this voice. Yeah. Go ahead. Maybe people just go pick you know it's one of those things you do for love. Not money. Exactly right. It was called DWI. Good news was that the name of it. Headline minute, but it is good news. Oh, nice. Well, now I have to download headline minute d-w. It's on Spotify on anchor. It's on Stitcher everywhere. Just search. Yeah. Yeah. For. Anchor. Nights. They won't you can't do it on the website. You can't turn on monetization. Smartphone. Really? You really need someone. So they wanna pay you through through apple pear Google pay. Probably that's how it is. Oh, yeah. Yes. Stripe. Okay. Tim. Gene. Yeah. Oh, nice. Yeah. Waiting for these restraint supervisor's..
"tim gene" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We carry three times more passengers than. British airways. They doesn't seem to care that much about being liked does he does need to be like he's don't in business to be liked Tim James again. He needs to be liked by his family and his friends, but nobody else. But let me tell you that he is almost Dave within Ron, but he has also embraced model hasn't. They over the years, that has not won many fans even amongst his customers. I mean he has Scholley got one of the least liked business brands you can imagine in almost any industry. He's defied the old of the customer is always, right? Customers constantly feel they're being challenged to have money pulled from their pockets. You see that, that is the perception that run pulling money for people's pockets when they want to pay it. But at the end of the day, over one hundred thirty million people here, actively Tuesday, VAR either the PR isn't the best, but the reality for the vast majority of Ron passengers is that it goes. It says it's gonna go flies to where it says it's going to go and it changes the phase that the cheapest and that's why people use them I can well, remember during my time there, Brian, we're often handed Claude, it sort of business growth, and the way in which it had brought extra tourism to different parts of Europe. There's one important those one celebrated in, in many ways that celebration was how much profit the businesses making and how much could be returned to the shelters, but also to staff in terms of secure well-paid employment. So you think we should be celebrating Ryan for what it delivered to those fringe cities that never before it had airlines internationally flying to them? And suddenly they did. Well, that's right. I can think of routes Don was responsible for opening up places, like, for example, Carcassonne in France with victory. The local economy was transformed by arrived. Ryan, former Ryanair executive Tim genes so Europe can celebrate its low. Oh, cost revolution, the baron, although commercial expansion for now is somewhat in a holding pattern rotating, high above the many major congested. Airports of content is in other parts of the world where the potential remains and where some cases has yet fully to take to the air. So which parts I asked the BBC's travel guru Simon colder where all the growth is, is very much in. India in China, internationally within Asia is very important. And of course, parts of the world which had been very poorly served Latin America, central Asia, former Soviet republics their Africa. Well, exactly I was gonna say the one part of the world, which could benefit most from low cost aviation, but a mile is Africa, where you go pretty reasonable infrastructure of airports, what you haven't got any sensible route network between them. I think between the two biggest cities in. Africa. Kind wrote and Legos there is one flight a day. That's the same distance roughly is New York to Los Angeles where there are one hundred flights a day, and that is entirely down to protectionism you get. For example, steady US House Yana the founder of EasyJet started an African based in Tanzania called fast yet, hoping that he will be able to create exactly that Africa needs high quality, low cost frequent aviation that democratize travel, and we've had other aviation moguls such as Simpson, Richard Branson, trying, and failing in Africa because they blame a combination of obstruction from governments to protect their national carriers to abject corruption. If you're not flying this route, unless there's something in it for me, so returning then finally to my earlier question, have we reached peak low cost? We are just talking about these sexual in markets like Europe. Yes. There's an awful long way to go before India before China before, Indonesia is anything like saturated. However, you do have of course, concerns about climate. And if any strong move took effect, whereby aviation was taxed then suddenly, what's happening in the moment, which is a massive moving say, India and China to flying would start getting the opposite direction. And of course, the more high speed rail links being built, we're even starting to see these coming up in, in the US the less demand there is for aviation, however, it doesn't completely stop. It aviation can still be nimble. I saw likley celebrate the low cost of revolution. It has transformed lives still has the ability to not just Africa wakes up to that soon. Simon called the BBC travel show. And that's it for this edition of business daily. I hope you enjoyed it. Vivian newness will be here. Tomorrow,.
"tim gene" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We carry three times more passengers than British Airways. It doesn't seem to care that much about being liked does he doesn't need to be liked. You know, he's not in business to be liked Tim genes, again, he needs to be liked by his family and his friends, but nobody else. But let me tell you that he is almost Dave within Ron, but he has also embraced model hasn't. They over the years, that has not won many fans even amongst his customers. I mean he has Scholley got one of the least liked business brands. You can imagine in almost any industry. He's defied the odes of the customer is always, right? Customers constantly feel that being challenged to have money pulled from their pockets. You see that, that is the perception that run repealing money for people's pockets when they want to pay it. But at the end of the day, over one hundred thirty million people here. Actively to arrive at the PR isn't the best. But the reality for the vast majority of Ron passengers is that it goes when it says, it's going to go flies to where it says, it's going to go and it changes the phase that all the cheapest and that's why people use them I can well remember doing time there, Brian, we're Allston handed plaudits sort of business growth, and the way in which it had brought extra tourism to different parts of Europe. Those ones important, those one celebrated in, in Beni ways that the celebration was how much profit the businesses making and how much could be returned to the shell, but also to staff in terms of secure well-paid employment. So you think we should be celebrating Ryan for what it delivered to those fringe cities that never before it had airlines internationally flying to them? And suddenly they did. Well, let's think of routes Don was responsible for opening up places, like, for example caucus on. In France, with literally, the local economy was transformed by arrived with Ryan Fulmer Ryan executive Tim genes, so Europe can celebrate its low cost revolution, the parenting, commercial expansion for now is somewhat in a holding pattern rotating, high above the many major congested. Airports of the content is in other parts of the world where the potential remains and where in some cases, has yet fully take to the air so which parts I asked the BBC's travel guru Simon Colva where all the growth is, is very much in. India in China, internationally within Asia is very important. And of course, the well, which would be very poorly served Latin America central Asia. Former Soviet republics their Africa. Well, exactly I was gonna say the one part of the world, which could benefit most from low cost aviation, a mile is Africa wave. Go pretty reasonable infrastructure of pools. What you haven't got any sensible route network between them. I think between the two biggest cities in Africa that kind wrote and lake. There is one flight a day. That's the same distance roughly as New York to Los Angeles where there are one hundred flights a day, and that is entirely down to protectionism you get. For example, steady US House. You Yanni the founder of EasyJet started an African, I'm based in Tanzania fast yet, hoping that he will be able to create exactly the that Africa needs high quality low cost frequent aviation democratize travel than we've had other aviation moguls such as Richard Branson, trying, and failing in Africa because they blame a combination of obstruction from governments, protect their national carriers to abject corruption. If you're not flying, this route the something in it for me. So returning then finally, to my earlier question, have we reached peak, low cost at we just talking about these sexual in markets like Europe and North America. Yes. There's an awful long way to go before India before China before, Indonesia, is anything like such rated. However, you do have of course, concerns about climate, and if any strong move took effect, whereby aviation was tax than suddenly, what's happening in the moment, which is a massive moving say, India and China to flying would start going in the direction, and, of course, the more high speed rail links being built, and we're even starting to see these coming up in, in the US the less demand there is for aviation, however, it doesn't completely stop. It aviation can still be nimble. I saw likley celebrate the low cost revolution. It has transformed lives. Still has the ability to just. Africa wakes up to that soon. Simon cool to that of the BBC travel show. And that's it for this edition of business daily. I.
"tim gene" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Seeing innumerable new regional airports across Europe. International hubs. It spread tourism and indeed business opportunities throughout the continent. Bush. Jackets. It already off back in the nineteen ninety s according to the independent newspapers, Simon Colva, free VS to that all airlines with pretty much the same muzzle very often government, own very often effectively run as a branch of state to the people who could afford to fly with the rich and very from famous process of couse, government functionaries and business travelers, but it was a very elite ocupation and the airlines colluded to keep it like that. So they would fix fares. Those would rise relentlessly there was no focus on, well, hang on, if we kept costs down a bit. Maybe we could democratize flying bit. And so you took pioneering airlines, the biggest and most successful phase was south west of the United States, which took advantage of first of all the freedom to fly as it were domestically in Texas and say, wait. Going start flying between Dallas Houston and San Antonio. We can do it for half the price of everybody else. Oh, they pointed this very clever model which I think most people associate with Costa allies to this kind of climbing scale of price depending on how early book. Yes. Actually, the dunk of revenue management has been around for a little bit longer than that. Every the idea was the price to go from New York to Los Angeles is two hundred dollars and on a Friday in August. You would set out those tickets in a week as soon as they went on sale on a choosed in November, find the payments three-quarters-empty. And so the idea that actually you respond to demand, and that's at the heart of pricing for and lines increasing for railways hotels. And so on the price, you pay depends on what other people are prepared to pay that was very much something which helped the low cost airlines to thrive, but what helped I think even more was that they could start offering much lower. Affairs because they did away with all the baggage. The legacy airlines had they started from the ground up. How have cheek can we get an aircraft in the case of low cost pioneers in Europe? Why on earth we giving people free meals and drinks that should be Nasha cost. It should be a revenue stream that sell them. Instead, why would we use travel agents they, they just take ten percent of the transaction without at any benefit, so by chipping away at the costs you could come up quite easily with a motorway the costs were typically Hof, what a big legacy, and I'm with charged, and, of course, once you all the lowest cost provider, then you are in a very good position to grow relentlessly, and the main restrictions and actually being the cheese of government. If anyone has mastered, the skill of extracting profit from low fares. It is certainly Ryan as Michael O'Leary. He's managed this largely by imposing sundry charges for extra luggage meal. Males drinks and all the rest on every trip that passengers take despite selling return tickets often for as little as thirty dollars go Ryanair can still extract an average. Eight dollar profit on each of the hundred forty million passengers. It's carrying for a sense of its secret, I turned to Tim genes he was a senior executive at the line from ninety five to two thousand and four. When I joined run it had a very small network solely between the UK. And I land flown on eleven aircraft across seven route. So it was a minor player, albeit that it was bringing a dramatic rise in traffic on the route that it did fly because it's significantly low of, of Elliot's. So, what was it secret primarily had cloned, the Southwest Airlines muddle from the states in the flu a single aircraft tight, it, flew them, very intensively and had a highly efficient operation through the apple. The pod with and it was, it was basically down to efficiency productivity and a local space. Nothing close to the, the billions that are being currently. But yes, the model was profitable albeit that as a privately, held business tie, very few in the outside world, actually appreciate it. That Michael Larry to what extent was hade catalyst for the genius behind this project, Michael ease the project, essentially before Michael arrived in the early nineties, it was news. Ing money, heavily it was essentially a it pretended to be a local stylized with low costs and Michael to the business, effectively by the scope of the deck tended into an officiant. And if you'd like focused buckle Folkestone low costs and therefore, low phase and he was extraordinarily disciplined about the right. The Ron, Eric spended though. And so it took all all of. Seventy s that I was that to grow from eleven aircraft to seventy aircraft. Whereas these days, it might be growing nearly seventy craft a year. Once Mike low Larry. He's a genius. He's as an extraorde as an individual he's extremely engaging. He's very driven as you might mention, but he is somebody with a huge personality and extremely bright. And very rarely seems to make the wrong call. Don't everyone feels quite so warmly though, I just feel let down Ryanair just do treat that with complete contempt one angry customer who's refused compensation after his Ryan F light was cancelled last minute stories like this one seemed to follow the airline everywhere it goes, as well as those who rage against the allegedly sneaky, ways, it, imposes additional charges, but when it costed on the subject boss, Michael Leary, always seems to remain unapologetic the only thing that.
"tim gene" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Dole tone, Sino gear icing. Go. You can yo- becomes, and gong on walk it Cayman far JIMBO as you got to hold all daily. Come John pre-born wrong say. Eventually come Wijoyo poll fund quantum. Waga. Guy up on. Condom hato. The eight ball on the team. Dantonio Anglos say. Take you. Pay talks. John. June young condo, too. Go. Paying kogo year? What do you call them there? And boya. When calling home. Is going to be who see long Germans. They're gong to lot. Here. Do you want to do go on? Go ahead. Good. Either haven't you? They always go. Gene. Jimbohannon got quite good with Tyson. Okay. So. Gordon, Gordon, you. Concur. One hundred and some Jones. Say Zing on saying I was seeing. Yeah. There were over my shoulder. Get you sign. Some go took Sam, Sandra. Some, some sandwiches, our, you know, are gonna Sansern. Oh, god. L gone gone Baker house. They got a condo, Michael you again. Pat tall wholesome somewhat Holcomb case do Louisville. Joel item, will y'all Yemeni. Don't put on some young, Reggie king. Yeah. Why don't also to? Member until a legal. Well, they call the pickle and. Maybe it's a panic. Atone local Lucy park was a high wind Haichong on the Waga might take calling. So on the Italian had him comply only son out recall. He call high fishermen out that quiz all baby. La high-stick. Piping could have hamming. Ma'am. Quizzical. Tim, gene Fogel. What was let's say? Yoga tai. Kikoko. You're gong gong. You're gone. Gum gong here. You're taking it. The two year called Toda who though we home Molly saying Singapore Dhabi. My thing I Landau many by, don't they? Ed la. Take the guy going to golden. Chimbo Tahari more to you. Hungary and Tribune galaxy bogging when.
"tim gene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To leave at seven thirty pm atlanta ten fifty two lax if i took off at eleven twenty three to twenty eight in the morning in los angeles oh that sucks back guy should be fired yeah you you do get fired if you do say something like that that's wild passes your tony schwartz says tweety says i'm on a jetblue flight at jfk losses could occasions created a security crisis ten heavily armed cops boards the plane and just left after hour and a half on the runway being towed back to the gates while because somebody put it in the wrong codes you can't make those mistakes there's there's no excuse for that there's no there's no way that guy should still be employed i mean that guy could even give away the tickets at the at the gate that guy activated clean around the airport now not even a broom broom and that guy's hand not at all and of course for those of you saying well we all make mistakes that huge mistake people could have died is craziness in that we all make mistakes at that kind of mistake powell brutal all right onto the next doctors removed live worm crawling under woman's face have we done this story sean i feel like sounds familiar you know why why he's another woman what the other world epidemic of crawling words on the faith all this is black story from friday nights the rare friday night appearance i made he did this story oh god so no so for those that missed it we got to give the story again because it's still relevant still out there updated the story so let me just give us the russian woman bugged by strange lump on her face if you're probably the expression was even more shocked to discover the cause of alive worm according to the new england journal of medicine the thirty two year old woman i noticed strange nigel's below her left eye that later moved above her eye and then down to her upper lip she told doctors the note nigel's appeared after she visited the rural area outside of moscow and you know she told totally npr that twenty percent of the cases the worms kid move considerable distances such as from the from the upper eyelid to the buttocks the worm can live there for two years then human body removed so yeah look at the picture here is so gross i won't even tweeted that i will save you your dinner but just telling you that there's a woman here and it looks like he had major both talk surgery offer on her lips more than normal but only emphasis that both talk surgery there's a worm in her lip yeah yeah yeah i want you to envision that you're sleeping and all of a sudden there is arm in your lips right right off to the next i know it's gross but i just wanted to share that with the oh okay how about this guy's a man charged after running in underwear on atlanta airport runway it's like something out of a movie at see on tv one on sunday afternoon so a teenager has been criminally charged after running halfnaked across atlanta airport runway and jumping onto the wing of a delta airlines plane that had just landed so officials on wednesday said that sharon jones sharon jones is nineteenth conducted his escape after scaling a twelve foot high fence topped with barbed wire at the hartsfield jackson international airport the world's busiest that previous afternoon so police took about five minutes to apprehend jones who had been barefoot and wearing only underwear after being alerted by an airport employees what can stop a person from jumping a fence there are plenty of laws to determine activity unfortunately they don't stop activity activities so jones was charged with criminal trespassing public indecency causing damage and obstruction of law enforcement officers were an eighteen thousand dollars jones lloyd did not immediately responsive to comment on this onboard passenger tim genes were called his fear at the sight of jones on the wing rip open the emergency door of the plane that had just arrived from ami people were crying my first thoughts weren't a depth off the plane concerned that he had something else on the plane that need to be taken off it was scary he actually got an open until the stewardess in the people inside the.
"tim gene" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Senate candidate roy moore as a highprofile campaign volunteer working with them today cory stewart stewart flutur allah battle to do what he can do put roy more in the senate we very clear to the campaign a one of your euro trouble you drop the credit scheduled me anything like that old do whatever you want me to do an stewart who was running for us senate in virginia says both hail roy more are fighting on the same side of a war there's a war going on between the republican establishment and a big new republican who support the president it's going on right now and we're gonna fight back it's time to start punching best stewart spoke on wmal mornings on the mall bill thompson on wmal and wbalcom conservative minister announcing today that he is joining the fight for the republican nomination to challenge senator tim gene and 2018 he w jackson announcing his campaign today the lawyerturned preacher ran unsuccessfully for lieutenant governor in 2013 he joins cory stewart a former can't state campaign chair of the president and delegate nick freed us as announced candidates some of the women who accused president trump of sexual harassment during last year's campaign or using the me to movement to renew their claims ritual crooks claims that in two thousand five donald trump trying to kiss her when he just met her there are far worse cases of sexual harassment misconduct and assault but make no mistake there is no acceptable level of such behaviour but here at the white house press secretary sarah sanders and the american people knew this and voted for the president and we feel like we're ready to move forward in that process stool after having abandoned al franken democratic senators are starting to call for mr trump to resign in the wake of the renewed allegations new york's kerstin jila brands again leading the charge i've heard these women's testimony and many of them are heartbreaking and president trump should resign his position bob costantini the white house the president me well directing nassau to work on sending americans back to the moon and then on to mars at the white house today the president says the us is dreaming big this is a giant step toward that inspiring future and toward reclaiming america's proud destiny in.
"tim gene" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"tim gene" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
"Everything that six the tim gene jordan yes gene john named the nick cave family ticks name on his by them dragged gene therapy cuba uh uh gene yeah three bye to say yes the gene now uh uh uh uh uh jim he'll live for two the.
"tim gene" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And stronger the more you drive fighter and just keep talking until you just shaky hanover new year at that part in the we're in the burning bed part of the marriage where we're just like you just not breathe just stopped breathing like that was not every every word we think is the most irritating word that he pronounces like people a party i then he'll say china or then they'll say or he'll sail wikileaks wikileaks people legally too weak why he say like each puerto rico lay a girl he tried to get with and she said no but he has to pretend to play nice with her because people are watching too weak no poured too now you need me what about ten years ago now shanna deal with now okay have any batteries had a no did you two combi said on his play phone and see you'll pick up maybe he'll pick up in help you port theory two he said later that abruptly fertilizer to syllable world the wounded two ricoh yeah any syllables so we tim gene for too many said is it is it not so races when he said yes was doing a fake spanish ask china chain two eweek china for as low of ways ever puts his voice on mud gps is the crash makarov work chang suwey's mulela you put from boy's ear i like it'd be alive to the entire towns i doubt if the direction the duration safe now in puerto rico papalo two people recalculating route two people china china okay zach in north hollywood you're on with ronzio good luck oregon pretty blue this morning sorry about that i don't have a computer quite happy hour and blue sorry anyway real quick uh i think we have to start being or about targeting come through march because what's happening a quake quit visual you know how and they hanged the big horseshoe of flowers around the winning horse that the kentucky derby yes when we finally gagged his hair ball up we got to shape it in the form of a war xu hang in a row on the neck of the republican party that's correct and it's our job to make them aware it the.
"tim gene" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"The campy so i'm going to give you the celebrity and then the name in then you're gonna tell me bits of is liberty redletter on restaurant or higher talion exactly okay thank you cassi ryan gosling to gene let's gene restaurant where you're supposed to buzzing fraud advocacy buzzed in our incident tim gene t a it's there on j i n e too gene o could you use it in the scientists is i enjoy the moroccan to gene at brian goslings restaurant called too gene that's correct so i'm sorry lino it's fine listen i i fucked up by it and do the russian doll the meeting next gene here we go frank zappa and diva muffin lake uh that's is kid was correct div diva muffin i dunno i went with that i took a chance deavere muffin that sounds awesome to me had soon delay shire's a tough road ahead again my name is lake since birth and let's go third question robert redford and zoom zoom lake restaurant that's correct half fuck you leak is a lead god to one jerry hollowell and bluebell lake kid that's circuit i knew that i actually knew that three one was i i don't know are you being better you pump into my mouth honor you need to but you never buzzing why don't you i got scared she buzz before me and then you got mad at me when i didn't buzzsaw now i'm like a buzz lighting tonight was it like meanwhile dory leno your account but listen here's what i'll say is that it's all good were friends here to save play and you're winning right now you should be alan feeling cock is out exactly zach braff and mermaid waster.