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"tito marlin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Is it not real see? But you know, I know you're for the wall. So dial the stroke stuff starting to come out. This is from our local CBS affiliate ten news. So I don't know. I'm just saying the border patrol found a bunch of people around would appear to be a giant catapult. There was secured at an area where there were fencing. So is actually secured to the wall, and they they would pull it back in fling it over where on the other side they found four bundles of marijuana four bundle. Yeah. What did they manage to Caterpillar four bundles over there, forty seven pounds? They're working that hard to get some seaweed over the wall. Yeah. I guess so the courier picks it up on the other end and go sell it. I thought you had the big meth bus today when you said that about the drugs and the border because someone crossing over from Mexico to the US today had thirteen million dollars in math hitmen, frozen, strawberries, I like to keep it all natural with my drugs stories thirteen million dollars in bath hidden in frozen strawberries, crossing how do you keep those strawberries frozen, I guess a refrigerated truck and a dude who's a Mexican citizen said that he was carrying a shipment of frozen, strawberries, they searched the truck canines, and they found three hundred fifty packages of methamphetamines or nine hundred six pounds of the drug, and that's definitely on the up and up and in no way, shape or form would anyone ever plant something like that to create a new story that would curry favor for the wall. Do you think that that has worked before the old put the method the frozen, strawberries, if someone got caught doing it? That means ten thousand people got away with doing it. We'll see I found like that. They just came over and a trucker what? Yeah, I think so because. This like I thought this was actually going against the wall because this is an area where there was wall. There was a border of some sort and they still made it over. So I actually found that kind of win against the wall had over Trump's while tall big ass wall catapulting drugs that could be a new Olympic sport that we would do very very, well, it looked so cool. I know catapult does look pretty cool. They're really not used ever lay. You never ever ever see. Caterpillar surprised people are still working hard to get into the country. It's all over the place. But I mean, you know, real cheap Mexican dirt weed, that's the thing. There's still got to be the markets in America where people are are smoking dirt weed. It's like unfrozen caveman. Lawyer would Phil Hartmann was on Saturday Night Live? He doesn't know the modern technology. There's just certain sections of the country where they don't know that hydroponically grown wheat exists. So they're like I want to call the game. You shared. We do not that. They're all hill jacks from from West Virginia by God. But or is that west by by God Virginia? Shadow tuna tallies. Timex? They just tweeted us and said he got cussed out in Pasadena for speaking Spanish at their own restaurant to a Spanish speaker who's trying to order on the phone. I think that's a dirty word that he put their in Spanish, we sent a message back to Mexico that there is absolutely no English speaking on the streets allowed chat tuna, by the way, say that's why I wanted to mention that tweet because I know they opened they reopened one location. And I did I see that they got they're coming back to Saint Pete Pete. I don't wanna say wrongly, but I believe it's on central area downtown back because yeah, they were still ahead to move away to a different location, but they'll be back and I'm looking forward to it. I found myself in downtown Saint Pete after we did my son's headshots with evanger who does a great job contacted station if you need them. He's awesome. And I needed some launch. And I was like, oh, oh, we're gonna tallies. But now you're saying we can't again. Yeah. I saw that news that they're coming back. According to their website. I don't it doesn't look they updated it with the other new location. But but they are coming back to Saint Pete from the eight six three years. Oh, I'm sorry. John. Did you have any smoldering joint? No, all extinguished up. Thank you expert caller from the eight six three. Are you calling to identify the three songs and answer? A question about John's joints. I'm sorry. What? What were you calling for? I'm just gonna let you guys know how that got into one moment standby. Who are you? From the seventies. Hi. Hey. Thank you ju- grad alive. Who are you? Charlie Charlie here to the three songs and then a question about John's joints. I'm not I was just going to make if I may all right? The other night, you know, little store before our life. And I got the old come quite did. It was so hype with nut juice, we drink it all night. Everywhere dot com. So the new new tallies for the record is that the fourteen have you heard of art of sushi. No, it's at the former art of sushi. Spot eleven sixty three ninth street north in Saint Pete knife. All right. Welcome back to the Burgh because and if you'd like to bring some of that, you know, oh, man, I I'd be willing to do the. Don't do it. Picture of you. And you did the the soup. What is it the tie? I challenge. Challenge, and you were ice cream, and you had in your beer, and I go, I just I couldn't do that to you again, John. I can't do gotta live who are you? Caller from the eight one two. Oh, sorry, right before the eight one three what do you suppose that is right before Tampa? They're going through the list of area codes, and they go all right. Eight one two blank and then eight one three Hillsborough county. So where do you where do you suppose? Eight one two is Boston. Wow. Okay. John I'm gonna say Dover, Delaware. D as well. But it was Duluth Minnesota Duluth. Whereas eight one to sir. Indiana. Muncie. Gary, indiana. French lick south bend, Indiana, French lick who? Okay. What can we do for you? I was just calling to tell you that the tallies self in the WalMart shopping center flaws. Thank you. Yes. And they have a second location. Coming back ten p appreciate that. Drew live. Hello. Oh, I can't believe I just call somebody wanted to. I'm just notice that this guy is also from the eight one. Who's your who's your country? I just want to say happy new year. Happy new year to you too, sir. Forgotten today happier to Bobby Knight, Gary Indiana, who's from there, Gary Indiana, who's the Orlando Davis from now? It's Larry Bird. Nope. French lick. That is the Jackson family. Michael Germain, really. Of course. Tito, Marlin Janet Latorre pretty much Illinois. Isn't it? Joe jackson. I I don't know. It's all all that looks the same color who are you from the two three nine. Greg, greg. What's up? What's going on brother identified the three songs at Johns joints? Please take a stand. You might not work my answers, but I'm gonna try I love your answers because their answers. All right. So the first song. The Canadian national anthem. The second song is the buffalo. Sabres theme song. Lee third song is. Winning tomorrow and the answer to the question is two minutes, thirty seven seconds into overtime. Okay. Thank you. Appreciate that guy. It's funny. When people talk crap about the best hockey team on the face at the NHL right now, it's hard to even find any like, I always kind of look for like I was looking for the fires fans to be off on social media last night. And there what there's not much. I think when you have a team this good everybody is off if you're a flyers fan that you're fighting for what are you going to say we use got work by team that essentially was rolling out their backup goalie last night there stars were injured and they still crushed. Oh, you know, what you're gonna say you're going to say what whatever Blankenship retweeted today from broad street hockey. Did you guys see this? I did it is seven oh four PM. And I have decided to be on a shadow of doubt. The flyers are going to win this game. We'll come back to this later. It is now seven seventeen PM. And sometimes I'm wrong about things I will admit the flyers lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning. But you already knew that didn't you is that why you came here to further your own suffering. And he goes on to say how they grew up outside of Tampa, but decided to root for the flyers, and he now regrets that I think that's pretty awesome. Don't you guys? Yeah. Yeah. The big thing is is that people even if worthy. The best team in hockey. They love to talk about how you know like hockey and Florida's not real exciting. That's probably the biggest thing from northern and the lightning took care of the guy who called this week and asked for tickets. Yes, buford. Buford. Who said he was a big lightning fan, and he had a best friend who was a sabers fan, and he's had some medical issues and reach out to Eric Blankenship. And he said Santa my way and I heard for this morning, and I guess they're all taking care for the game tomorrow night. They always take care of people in need. And we really really appreciate that. You have the three songs, please. Were they hard? I didn't hear them. They were ridiculously easy. Well, we're we're going to step aside. And when we come back, we've got your phone calls to win these stamp prices. And you guys saw the awards at these cheerleaders gave to each other. Yeah. Is this okay? In the metoo era. Is it not? I can't no comment. So what does that mean? It means. I got I need some time to think about it. Okay. I wasn't prepared for that line of questioning right now, we're having a good time to really get serious. Sorry. I'm going to force you to think we'll come back and talk about this. Questionable move by cheerleaders and awards and that they gave each other in the metoo era undergrad alive. Safetouch wants to make your house as safe as humanly possible. It's in the name and SafeTouch has the award. Winning. Safetouch to a communicator which has been proven to get faster emergency response because of verified alarms, and it will reduce the possibility of false warrants. Safetouch their.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Glenn Beck program. Today. We have every voice that you could possibly want to hear from about the president's speech. We have Eric Bolling. We have Steve dais. We have Andrew Wilco. Ben, ferguson. John Miller, Stephen Kent, Matt Kibi, Pat is coming up in a second mean, we are going to be covering the president's speech and the democratic response from all sides of the conservative movement, and we have Tito, Marlin and Germaine coming up is still sketchy sketchy. Eric Bolling, we begin with him. This is the Glenn Beck program. So the president gave a speech from the Oval Office behind the resolute desk. The first time he has addressed the nation from that. He did a I thought a really good job really solid speech than Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, which looked like something that I don't know came from south park, quite honestly, they responded, but I wanna get with Eric Bolling who has a deep relationships at the White House, and possibly can give us some insight on this and get his opinion on on the speech and its effectiveness. Welcome to the program. Eric Bolling Glen, thanks for having me back. You bet on sitting at the the Trump hotel bar. They do every Tuesday and Wednesday for the show, and they they they lowered the music, and what's typically on the screens is one CNN one FOX one FOX business. One ESPN. They lower the volume on everything and they've played the speech, call volume in the whole Trump lobby a lot of supporters here. And and you know, it was a few minutes. I think he was making his case for what could be his declaration of a national emergency to get to get some of all funding. So I look. I think he's being cold. He's being advised by Kellyanne and shine and Sarah Sanders. News kind of a team advisory panel about what to do with this. I understand he didn't wanna do the speech, and I understand he didn't really necessarily want to go to to the Texas border. He feels those are a little bit more. I don't know what the photo op ish than than than any substantive action. But he's he's he's entrenched. He's dug in he's not gonna give up without a fight so too. So tell me Eric the the story that he had lunch with all of the anchors. And he said, you know, there's a photo op, and I really didn't want to do it. It's not gonna make a difference. Is that story true? Then I I would think it is. I mean, I I read it as you did. We have a room full of journalists an off the record tend to become leak, and so I guess it would be true. But. I tend to agree with them. I don't think necessarily move the needle. I think Trump's base. Supporters him from the beginning. We want to see a wall built in one would threaten to continue to shut down the government until they get funding for the wall. And the and the people who didn't vote for him or don't like him liberals are anti Trumpers, or whomever didn't come to his side by watching that nor did they become anymore emboldened by watching Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, really look ridiculous. That was weird. It was just going around of of of comparisons of what they look like it is it is actually several just throw one thing. Twenty nineteen requests for foreign aid budget, twenty seven point seven billion dollars includes three billion for Israel. You know, billion for Jordan. You know, people like maybe libertarians like you would say, well, if we're willing to spend almost thirty billion dollars handing out money to or countries is five billion dollars. What do you think it's affective or five billion dollars really a big deal to protect our southern border Email or a third of the country believes it needs to happen. No. It's it's really not. This is ridiculous. I think this is a ridiculous argument. And it's coming at a I think a a ridiculous time the time to fight. This was the first in the first year or two now we're sitting here and everybody's digging in because we're approaching an election. I don't think the Democrats are going to give on this. Why why do you have any idea why we didn't fight for the wall? Like, this sooner. You had you had Paul Ryan. Speaker of the house Paul Ryan was never pro-trump never saw things. Simple. Look this wall funding this wall. This wall funding. This whole debate is all political. I mean, we you and I both talked about the how many times Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer, Obama Clinton Feinstein of all been on record on tape saying that they're there for stronger, borders and stronger immigration policy. This is all about politics Schumer's willing to do twenty five billion dollars. If you got what you wanted in Dhaka. So this is all Bs politicking in each one of us clearly one of the most hated politicians in DC. So they're gonna they're gonna hold on their side until until someone blinks. My guess is that I'm gonna just go on limit say, I don't think he's I don't know that the best route is to declare a national emergency. But. Find the funding fine three billion dollars somewhere. I mean, we have a four trillion dollar budget three billion. They blink lose three billion dollars on some things just find it. And and find something where you know, we save three billion dollars on the renegotiate adapt. And guess what we found three billion in Mexico paid for it too. Yeah. One of those gimmicky games that politicians on both sides of the aisle have played for two hundred and forty seven years. So the and then we move on. And you know, TSA come back to work, and we can feel safe flying again. And all the other stuff. Have you noticed the difference in the media? I'm struck by when Republicans quote unquote, shut down the government several years ago over something like Planned Parenthood. The argument was why don't Republicans just give in on a few hundred million or a billion dollars because we have to get this government open. Now that it's one little thing that the Democrats could easily just give in on get all the government funded. They the the the pitch from the press is the exact opposite that it's the Republicans fault because they won't give up on their one thing. It's it's fascinating how they reverse. Yeah. But but don't forget when you're on that side, you go. Can you believe they won't just give up on this five billion? So look, I think you know, in glenham always a one hundred percent, honest person. I think Trump is making a mistake keeping the rest of the government closed. I think what he should do is open the rest, let let you know homeland security spite this fight and just let the homeless now. Honestly, I I know what he's doing. He's using the other agencies trying to hold him hostage a little bit because bigger package is harder to fight with. But I think open the open the rash. So we don't have any hundred thousand people who aren't getting paychecks. Maybe we have thirty thousand getting paychecks for now. Fight the battle at at the border, literally where where it should be fun. You know, ill Il, he'll relinquish some leverage. What it would be more? True. I guess to me for me for being a base supporter. That's what the fight's really about host of America. On the on blaze TV every night. Eric Bolling talking to him one last question. Do you think the national emergency talk where did that come from? Because everyone was expecting him to declare a national emergency or to threaten the national emergency. And I was just going to do that. Is that off the table ever on the table? No, no, no. I think it was still on the table tack good friend of mine. Jonathan swan who was a reporter for axios. But also has excellent sources inside the White House. I'll just like I talked to the White House. I'll walk right. I've called them emailed them with last few days. I haven't been known as returned my call. I mean, I get emails back saying, hey, sorry. Really smart. So they're they're keeping very tightlipped swan. We've got very good access inside good sources shows that the national emergency is not off the table. My job is to all the reporting that we've seen on in the last twelve hours. That's Trump wants to go with it. His advisers are probably saying hold off which try, you know, nine o'clock news conference last nine o'clock present address from the oval. Let's try going into the border to gain some support. My guess Trump is still the pull that nuclear option if need be and and again, he he marches could beat his own drummer had been listening to anyone else, but he's probably trying exhausting all other avenues. I it might happen. I Glen, I think it's a mistake would do that. I think you'd be better off opening the rest of the government state in fight the border battle at the border with D H S couldn't agree with you more, Eric. Thank you so much preciado,.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is the Glenn Beck program. Today. We have every voice that you could possibly want to hear from about the president's speech. We have Eric Bolling. We have Steve dais. We have Andrew will cow. Ben, ferguson. John Miller, Stephen can't Matt Kibi. Pat is coming up in a second. I mean, we are going to be covering the president's speech and the democratic response from all sides of the conservative movement, and we have Tito, Marlin and Germain coming up is still sketchy sketchy. Eric Bolling, we begin with him. This is the Glenn Beck program. So the president gave a speech from the Oval Office behind the resolute desk. The first time he has addressed the nation from that. He did a really good job, really, solid speech. There Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, which looked like something that I don't know came from south park, quite honestly, they responded, but I wanna get with Eric Bolling who has deep relationships at the White House, and possibly can give us some insight on this and get his opinion on on the speech and its effectiveness. Welcome to the program. Eric Bolling Glen, thanks for having me back. You bet I'm sitting at the the Trump hotel bar. They do every Tuesday and Wednesday for the show, and they they they lower the music, and what's typically on the screens is one CNN one FOX, FOX business. One ESPN. They lower the volume on everything and they played the speech goal volume and the whole Trump lobby a lot of supporters here. And and you know, it was a few minutes. I think he was making his case for what could be his declaration of a national emergency to get to get some of the wall funding. So. I think he's being cold. He's being advised by Kellyanne and shine and Sarah Sanders. News kind of a team advisory panel about what to do with this. I I understand. He didn't wanna do the speech, and I understand he didn't really necessarily want to go to to the Texas border. Feels those are a little bit more what the photo op ish than than than any substantive action. But he's he's he's entrenched. He's dug in he's not gonna give up without a fight so too. So tell me Eric the the story that he had lunch with all of the anchors. And he said, you know, it's a photo op, and I really didn't want to do it. It's not gonna make a difference. Is that story true? Then I think it is. I read it as you didn't have room for journalists. An off the record. Tend to become a leak, and so I guess it would be true. But. You know, I I tend to agree with them. I don't think necessarily move the needle. I think Trump's base supported him from the beginning. We want to see a wall built. One would threaten to continue to shut down the government till they get funding for the wall. And the and the people who didn't vote for him or don't like him. We'll liberals are anti Trumpers, or whomever didn't come to his side by watching that nor did they become anymore emboldened by watching Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, really look ridiculous. That was weird. I was just going around of of of comparisons of what they look like it is it is actually just one thing. Twenty nineteen requests for foreign aid budget, twenty seven point seven billion dollars includes three billion per Israel. You know, billion for Jordan. You know, people like me maybe libertarians like you would say, well, if we're willing to spend almost thirty billion dollars handing out money to or countries is is five billion dollars. Why do you think it's effective or five billion dollars really a big deal to protect our southern border Email half or a third of the country believes it needs to happen. No, it's it's really not. This is ridiculous. I think this is a ridiculous argument. And it's coming at a I think a a ridiculous time the time to fight. This was you know, in the first in the first year or two now, we're sitting here and everybody's digging in because we're approaching an election. I don't think the Democrats are going to give on this. Why why do you have any idea why we didn't fight for the wall? Like, this sooner. Yeah. Because you had Paul Ryan. Speaker of the house Paul Ryan was never a pro-trump. Never saw things to say. Look this wall funding this wall this wall funding. This whole debate is all political. I mean, we you and I both talked about the army Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer, Obama Clinton Feinstein of all been on record on tape saying that they're stronger, borders and stronger immigration policy. This is all about politics Schumer's won't do twenty five billion dollars. If you got what he wanted in Dhaka. So this is all Bs politicking in what Trump not clearly one. The most hated politician is in DC, so they're gonna they're gonna hold on their side until until someone blinks. My guess is that I'm gonna just go on women say, I don't think he's I don't know that the best route is to declare a national emergency. But find the funding fine three billion dollars somewhere. I mean, we have a four trillion dollar budget. Three billion a blink and lose three billion dollars on some things. Just find it and refine something where you know, we save. Three billion dollars on the re renegotiated daft, and guess what we found three billion in Mexico paid for it too. Yeah. Play one of those gimmicky games that politicians on both sides of the aisle have played for two hundred and forty seven years. So and then and then we move on. And you know, TSA come back to work, and we can feel safe flying again. And all the other stuff. Have you noticed the difference in the media? I'm struck by when Republicans quote unquote, shut down the government several years ago over something like Planned Parenthood. The argument was why don't Republicans just give in on a few hundred million or a billion dollars because we have to get this government opened now that it's one little thing that the Democrats could easily just give in on and get all the government funded. They the the the the the pitch from the press is the exact opposite that it's the Republicans fault because they won't give up on their one thing. It's it's fascinating how they reverse. Yeah. But but don't forget when you're on that side, you go. Can you believe they won't just give up on this five billion? So look, I think this is you know, I'm a one hundred percent on his person. I think Trump is making a mistake keeping the rest of the government closed. I think what he should do is open the rest, let let you know homeland security fight this fight and just let the homeland now. Honestly, I I know what he's doing. He's using the other agencies holding him hostage a little bit because a bigger package is harder to fight with. But I think the open the rash. So we don't have any hundred thousand people who aren't getting paychecks. Maybe we have thirty thousand getting paychecks for now and fight the battle at you know, at the border literally where where it should be fought. And you know, ill Il, he'll relinquish symbol average. What it would be more? True. I guess to me for me for being a base supporter. That's what the fight's really about host of America on the on blaze TV every night. Eric Bolling talking to him one last question. Do you think the national emergency talk where did that come from? Because everyone was expecting him to declare national. Urgency or to threaten the national emergency. And I was just going to do that. Is that off the table ever on the table? No, no, no. I think it's still on the table. You know, good friend of mine. Jonathan swan who's a reporter for axios. But also has excellent sources inside the White House. I'll just like I talked to the White House. Right. I've called them emailed them the last few days. I haven't been no returned my call. I get emails back saying, hey, sorry. We're really smart. We can't. So they're they're keeping very tightlipped. But swine we've got very good access inside good sources says that the national emergency is not off the table. My job is based on all the reporting that we've seen only unless you know, twelve hours. That's we're Trump wants to go with it. His advisers are probably saying hold off. Let's try, you know, nine o'clock news conference last nine o'clock present address from the oval. Let's try going into the border to gain some support. My gets Trump is still pull that nuclear option if need be and again, he he marches could beat his own. Drummer had been listening to anyone else, but he's probably trying exhausting all other avenues. I so it might happen. I Glen, I think it's a mistake do that. I think you'd be better off opening the rest of the government state inside the border battle at the border with D H S couldn't agree with you more, Eric. Thank you so much preciado him, Eric. You.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent. When I was growing up. Parents spanking their children was a pretty common form of discipline. Some parents still do it today. But safe to say that thinking has evolved a long way from spare. The rod spoil the child. And now the American Academy of pediatrics just strengthened its stance against corporal punishment. Why the harden line well short the research is built up? Showing associations between spanking and aggressive behavior, depression, even less gray matter and children's brains the AP recommends adults instead use healthy forms of discipline such as positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviors setting limits and setting expectations. This is not only important to the healthy mental development of your child. It's also going to help them learn to regulate their own behavior. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. We've got a ton to cover. Let's get to it. Glenn beck. Five seventy KLIF today. We have every voice that you could possibly want to hear from about the president's speech. We have Eric Bolling. We have Steve dais. We have Andrew will cow. Ben, ferguson. John Miller, Stephen Matt Kibi pad is coming up in a second. I mean, we are going to be covering the president's speech and the democratic response from all sides. Of the conservative movement, and we have Tito, Marlin and Germaine coming up, Michael is still sketchy. Eric Bolling, we begin with him in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. I'm anxious to.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Probably the best heads. Okay. Cindy, are you like a Rhodes scholar? No, okay. You have kids, of course. Do you have a husband? I do happily married, of course, every on him. Nope. Okay. Good girl has he ever cheated on, you know. Oh, wow. You took you while to answer that Beck. Some foul play. They married for a long time. How long how long you been married? Take years. Six years. That's way, too. Yeah. That's it's time It's time to to get get it. it. I mean seriously you been looking around a little bit. Maybe check it out. Good for you. Good answer. The what about what about that guy that comes twice a week for for coffee of Dona, and though it's talking about. And what about the fact that you were just hitting on us a few minutes ago about that Cindy acre of? Of. All right. Cindy, benefa- tastic. We're going to send you the home version of our game psychically just did. So thanks a lot talk to you. Well, now, we probably won't talk to you later. That's probably less time. We'll ever talk to you, which is really kind of sad. When you think about it? We just had a great time with Cindy. And now we're never going to get a chance to do that again. Dang it. All right. Who'd we have Angela in Kansas City. Angela. My angela. Hello. How're things in the Kansas City area. Oh, fantastic. Temperature this morning there. Life. Probably like thirty degrees thirty. All right. A little bit of a chill, but not bad. All right. We're gonna ask you for quick questions. If you don't know the answer, just take a guess, and you can't ask for help. Okay. All right question. One in the song the twelve days of Christmas. What are the six geese a doing? Laying there. They are a laying very nicely. All right. How does Santa get from house to house on a on a slave? Yes. He tried a magic DeLorean for while. But it overheated because the radiators in in the back, and it has a tough time did the water all the way back there. So it's an overheating problem. Other than Rudolf. Can you name one reindeer? Sasser dasher. We could have also accepted, Tito, Marlin or Germaine..

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"tito marlin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Can we take Kermit the frog Kermit the frog? No, we're looking for carrot top. That's character dial down the middle guy. You were so close. So same thing, same thing question over to really how many branches of government are there. Seven, seven. Can we take seven, seven branches, but I don't think it's right ranches. Is that right? Eighteen. In the military? Yeah, seven branch eighteen branches government name. Number three is name our car Destin. Canucks we could have also accepted Tito Marlin and Germany. They're married have heard. Yeah. Question ever for this particular precipitation typically falls during a thunderstorm. Rain, rain. We take rank. I have no idea. Yes, we were also, we would have also accepted gravy from Jeffey sweat. Since listener, you wouldn't. Right? The fat joke at all about that. John. We do have we do have the home version of our game that we're going to send to psychically, and I just did thanks for playing shared it. Go lions, whatever we're done. We don't need. We don't need to play doing. We We don't. don't. Let's do it. Hey, Joe. Joe. Hi, how you doing? Hey, man, it's a big frog one. One of nine point. Nine. Just telling. Yeah. Who is your friend? That was just excited about the big frog, one, nine, listen, big listener. Hello, Joe? Yes. Speaking English here, thinking English. All right, Joe, we're gonna ask four quick questions. If you don't know the answer, just take a guess and you can't ask anybody for help. Okay. Okay. No problem. Here we go name the celebrity voice that is impersonated. Cuba. Talk about his own believable. You got that nice job. Job..

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"tito marlin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We did the best and worst in the NFC. It's time for us to do the best and worse in the AFC. What are we going? Ryan. To get the music. South. I will start in the AFC south. As you mentioned the man who looks like a civil war. Colonel Andrew luck with the neck beard, probably leading the way, even though we haven't seen him even though we haven't seen him for year. I think there's something to be said for two Shawn Watson, even though we didn't see him for the second half of last year. But I'm gonna go. I'm Shawn Watson as the best in that division. Worse than that division anything with the Cleveland Browns. And throwing I'm sorry. Not the Cleveland Browns. The Jacksonville Jaguars Boorda's bottles for me the Cleveland Browns of the south. Yes. Rounds in the south. So I'll go to Shawn Watson slight edge over Andrew luck. And Blake Bortles is the worst of the AFC south. I I'm not gonna be surprised if we get to the end of the year, and we say the Shawn Watson was the class of that division considering what we saw what happened pre injury. But you know, it's hard to invest in Andrew luck. But I think it's everyone is able to play and play to their potential to Andrew luck at the best quarterback with the colts. Although we don't know how he'll stay healthy if he'll stay healthy. At the bottom to your point. Blake bortles. Yeah. He's a game manager. He's a guy that I don't know anyone and organiz organization necessarily believes in still. Real thoughts about Blake Bortles. We got him. Brought everybody else's quarterback is about his own quarterback. But you know, he's no Ramon foster. What are we going next? Hey, FC north. All right. This is this is this is Ben Rothlisberger. Of course. Because because there's nothing really here to work with right? I mean, sorry to Cincinnati and Cleveland and Baltimore sorry. Not sorry. This is this is why it's probably the worst division at all of football. Because there's nobody that you really wanna see fleeing the pill and the old AFC north. I'm gonna go been Rothlisberger best and worst. Like, I said whatever Cleveland thrown out there. Although I mean, Andy Dalton at some point. No. It's not okay. To go to the wildcard game lose the Texans. Like, I know Saturday at two pm first weekend in the playoffs. I would watch. Andy Dalton forget that AJ green is on his team. And and lose a game. So. You know, what I want to go AJ green sat out to Terada is does that tyrod is to rod. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go. Andy Dong as the wars quarterback in that division. Yeah. I said it it's all right? Ginger rifle can take it. He's a big boys got quarterback money. Soffer him. And and coaches stabbed move on. Is there any there is? I said well, hey like. Ben as Michael and he got to pick between Tito, Marlin and Jemaine. I it's not a whole lot in vision. Ben Rothlisberger is definitely class of that division. Best in that division. I think to me to ride Taylor is fourth in league. Again. I don't know where these exaggerated ideas about tyrod Taylor. I've come from C shower knocks hasn't helped I know he works hard. But I'm not convinced. He's an elite quarterback who can help them many pleasant adjectives. You know? I know he works hard and all these things. Yeah. See, shannon. He wasn't at the meeting. He didn't he didn't know that we were all going with Toronto over Andy Dalton in this year. I missed it. That's what you get for not opening up your newsletter. What are we going next? Right. AFC east. The wolf east. You know, the patriots have been a dynasty for very long time because they're well coached the infrastructure that team is terrific and mean got hall of fame type players and Tom Brady and rob gronkowski. But they also have dealt with the least amount of competition in any division for the last decade. Because every one of these teams have been searching for quarterback Tom Brady, obviously at the top. And then at the bottom. You gotta go with the man who was affectionately known as the Peterman by one vermoti Jones Nathan Peterman, and it's no, hey, Nathan had a nice preseason. But yeah. Five interceptions in the first half is still fresh in our mind because we read the news later, and we go to the meeting that Myron doesn't wanna show up too. So. Martin who you got. My friend. Well, clearly Tom Brady at the top of that will be as long as he plays. I mean, he's talking about planning a forty five and that is not as crazy as it wants a couple years ago. He's getting Russell smells blue. It's amazing this shape that he's it. And this is gonna be the year where I think we decide if it's really if it's a possibility if he let's break this year, there's going to be a serious tip. He's obviously the class of that division, whatever. Sam darnold had a breakout year and being number two right there in that league. Ryan tannehill back from Miami. But I agree Nathan Peterman at the bottom of that division. But it's just such a huge gap between Tom Brady and the other quarterbacks if you can call Peterman that in buffalo and finally Ryan AFC west now, this one some people may think is tricky. I still think Philip rivers is the best quarterback in that division. Now. Phil. Rivers is a guy who's going to yell at his teammates when they drop a ball. And hope he doesn't get yelled at when he does an interception. He's a stationary quarterback. He's a very easy target to get to. But with Keenan Allen and microwave Tiro Williamson and Antonio gates back four seventy five seventy fifth season in the NFL the LA chargers got a sneaky sneaky good team that came on the second half of that season. I got him a little bit over dare car. Don't know what Pat Mahomes is yet. I think this is a pretty decent quarterback division, though. If you look top to bottom, I hate to put case keenum is the worst quarterback in the division after the way he played last year, but top to bottom, I think the depth is right there right along with the NFC south. So I'll go I'll go I'll go, Philip, rivers one and worst, case keenum. But I don't think case keenum quarterback. I think they have see west is a sleeper division in the NFL that visit me a stack. Anything can happen. What's crazy to your point? Is if twenty seven. Case keenum shows up. He could be the best quarterback in that division. I mean, he played like a Pro Bowl kind of player was fell short. But had a lot of great moments. He hasn't a lot of great moments in the preseason. But if he can become that guy game he's gonna be in the competition to be the best guy in the division. But it is Philip rivers you bring up Mike Williams. Shawn Watson target in a national championship run at Clemson people. May forget about that. But Mike Williams is going to be a star. I think with Philip rivers starring to Derrick cost two years removed from a stretch where he looked like the MVP before he goes down with the injury. And I think people forget that he hasn't been the same guy since the injury, but of Jon Gruden can tap into that and find that their car, I think Derek Carr, we'll be in that competition as well as the most intriguing quarterback not just in this division in the NFL is Mahomes, patchy Mahomes today with that can. And he he has with that ability. He has to me. Could be the one who breaks out in emerges as the Shaun Watson last year the young quarterback who maybe you didn't expect a whole lot from. But just by virtue of his talent, it has capability, and if the expectation that is his arm Patrick Mahomes to me is the guy we look at them and go, you know, what if you tell me at the end of the season he's the best quarterback net division. He's the best young quarterback in the NFL. I won't be surprised by that. Yeah. Go routes with him. And tyreek hill this this preseason. You saw the Atlanta is going to be a fun fun time not just digging and Dunkin and Travis Kelsey anymore that that offense is definitely going to open up. It is the Freddie and Fitz Symon show right here on ESPN radio when we come back college players making business decisions. I know it's there. No, it's taboo to talk about student athletes in this manner. But there's one in Alabama that might need to transfer. We'll talk about that. When we come back..

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"tito marlin" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"You're listening to start talk. Looking back to start off from the American Newseum natural history right here in New York City featuring my interview with global pop superstar. Katy Perry, and I ask Katie about her hit song called ET as in extraterrestrial, check it out. So tell me about aliens you. It was about ET was in metaphor was a little metaphor, but that's the thing is like I have an ant farm in there. How do you know we are not an an form equivalent of a species found humidity that found humans, entertaining, and said, let's make a place for them with a think they are free and they put him on earth free. That's why I was on call chain to the rhythm. You know, it's like you think you're free, but we're all chained to the rhythm to the rhythm drink this one's on me, but we're all chained to the rhythm. And so when I look at ants and I just think of an aunt, I just think I'm speck of of sand or I also like sometimes we're that speck of San that like accidentally gets in your mouth and it's like, I can feel that. Big completely there there. I don't like it at all, or I do like it or who knows? But that's why that's what the ant farm in their represents is just like, you know, sometimes we are chained to this idea and constructs and things that we think we should be or things at the world tells us to be like, how do we think I helps. Or can we even think for ourselves? So if one morning you woke up and the ants catapulted themselves out of the end for him, they thought for themselves. Celebrate that, or would you freak out the answer chief consciousness? They realized they were in a matrix and that their creators were humans. Who constructed this prison that they think is a universe unto itself. Could that be us? I'm just gonna impress control, delete on this whole. You guys have an in-form. I didn't sit here. Yeah, yeah, I haven't at farm. I carry it with me everywhere. There it is. They really do them and Grumman data's berry Jones. Tito Marlin and. Yeah, they're making a little pass for themselves and just just live in Levin life. So I thought only kids had informed, but apparently, Charles. Why do you think like this thing? Well, I know that some psychologists that when you're developing as a child, you like to see how other things behave so that you can model you own behavior after them. Oh, but as we grow older, of course, we don't behave like an so I suspect it's more the laws lines of curiosity and trying to see what will happen. It's almost like watching the TV show. You don't know the answer to watching a sporting event where you don't know who's gonna win, and just seeing what develops and that in self is a fascinating thing that allows us to sort of explore behavior. So what do you think of my hypothesis or the plausibility argument that I gave that we could be an form of an intelligent alien species and they establish earth own entertainment to watch us earth. Well, there are plenty of science fiction stories that suggest some similar things like this. Also twenty. How do you are you? Are you with that? Or the rationalist philosopher Rene, Descartes suggested that we would not be able to tell the difference whether or not we were in somebody's and farm or whether they current of cartesian coordinates. That's one, I think, therefore I am that one guy that guy. So when we're thinking about whether or not we are in some sort of other creation, the only thing that matters to us when we're in it is are the rules consistent, right? If I dropped something ten thousand times, will it always fall in the way I predicted or will on the ten thousand first time suddenly flies off into space that inconsistencies? The thing that will tip us off to suggest that there's something non natural going on. Otherwise, the matrix this, but the good. Twice. I get it. S. Katy Perry, what she would do if aliens ever visited us here on earth, maybe they are observing us, but maybe one day they just wanna come down, chill..

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"tito marlin" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Got a new business he's been working on okay it's very exciting how you doing you know giving the administration was solving problems obama phone right yeah so this is he's cash mobile phones obamacare yeah he's basically doing that it's now gardiner cash though so apparently running a business this is amazing i didn't know this type of business existed it doesn't seem on its face to be good business what they're doing is the businesses they send checks to poor people well that seems nice they just really free money yeah but it doesn't seem like it's a good business it seems nice but doesn't seem like a good business seems like you'd go broke dude yeah well not not if you do it this way what they're doing is they're sending checks two poor people okay and when they received the checks they deposit those checks i mean are they big checks or a dollar twelve hundred dollars two thousand dollars no wow some good chunk of cash if you're if you're on the brink right got a car repair that's just happened that's one of the highlights stories they highlight here in the washington post today and what does it what does it is there something that accompanies it that says hey here's a check from just because we really like you and we heard you're not doing well you seem nice i don't know you but it seems like you might be nice because you're a low income person and low income people are generally nice yet generally nice here's some money we know you're not one of those evil rich ceo's those people are all bastards my gosh you know that's hey eight those coke brothers nobody more evil brothers are they have a thousand brothers and my family wow trillionaires wow well the they've got all of the world's wealth right in that family all of it nobody else has any wealth right that's true and they all by the way my favorite observation on the coke brothers is really only two of them just retired by the way and they're both somewhat left of center generally speaking on social issues there libertarianleaning although they seem to have an affinity for certain tax increases and things like that but they're very like open borders and while climate change has been pinned on them at least one of them agrees with climate change believes in climate change what's interesting is like they're adults okay when you're an adult you don't become the the blank brothers anymore right you're you're to individuals there's charles and david right yeah and so i understand that they kind of ran this business together so they had similar levels of wealth which would make sense but if you look at them being listed they'll just say they have the exact same amount of money it's like they both have like twenty four billion dollars or something none of them made a different choice to like buy a truck when the other one didn't there was never a time one went out to dinner and spent a lot in the other didn't there's never a moment where one invested in something that didn't go right and the other invested in something that worked there's never been any separation they all they had the exact same house same amazed me forever so anyway tim geithner is not at that there's only two of them 'cause i thought there was charles david tito marlin in germany i think you have that right i think if right have something else okay maybe i'll walk you through that in a minute tim geithner though is not that rich and he does not have a brother named marlin okay he does have this company however in which they send checks the poor people legitimately that's what they do so that people take the check and they deposited their bank account and all of a sudden they have an extra twelve hundred dollars two thousand dollars now of course there's a level of you that would say is there a string attached to this you know that's how i would think about it and some of the people they highlight actually did notice that but the string attached it's not just free money it's alone so when you deposit the check your agreeing to a loan the loan the terms of that loan are interesting for example stephen huggins received a check for a loan per twelve hundred dollars and he didn't want to deposit at first because he actually realized okay this doesn't look the thought there's a string attached the.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"That it's now gardiner cash though so what apparently running a business this is amazing i didn't notice this type of business existed it doesn't seem on its face to be a good business what they're doing is the businesses they send checks to poor people well that seems nice they just really free money yeah but it doesn't seem like it's a good business it seems nice but doesn't seem like a good business now it seems like you'd go broke doing yeah well not not if you do it this way what they're doing is they're sending checks two poor people okay and when they received a check deposit those checks i mean are they big checks or dollar twelve hundred dollars two thousand dollars no wow some good chunk of cash if you're if you're on the brink right okay got a car repair that's just happened it's one of the highlights stories they highlight here now in the washington post today and what does it what does it is there something that accompanies it that says hey here's a check from timothy geithner just because we really like you and we heard you're not doing well you seem nice i don't know you but it seems like you might be nice because you're a low income person in low income people are generally nice generally nice here's some money we don't you're not one of those evil rich ceos are all bastards all my gosh you know that's hey those the coke brothers nobody more evil brothers there are they have a thousand brothers in that family wow trillionaires wow well they got all of the world's wealth right in that family yeah nobody else has any wealth right that's true and they all by the way my favorite observation on the coke brothers is really only two of them just retired by the way and they're both somewhat left of center generally speaking on social issues there libertarianleaning although they seem to have an affinity for certain tax increases and things like that but they're very like open borders and while climate change has been pinned on them at least one of them agrees with climate change yeah believes in climate change but what's interesting is like they're adults okay when you're an adult you don't become the blank brothers anymore right you're you're to individuals charles and david right yeah i understand that they ran this business together so they had similar levels of wealth which would make sense but if you look at them being listed they'll just say they have the exact same amount of money it's like they both have like twenty four billion dollars or something and it's like none of them made a different choice to like buy a truck when the other one didn't there was never a time with one went out to dinner and spent a lot and the other didn't there's never a moment where one invested in something that didn't go right and the other invested in something that worked there's never been any separation they all they have the exact same name yeah it's always amazed me forever so anyway tim geithner is not only two of them because i thought there was charles david tito marlin germain i think you have that right i think if i have something else really use their okay maybe i'll walk you through that in a minute tim geithner though is not that rich and he does not have a brother named marlin okay he does have this company however in which so they send checks the poor people legitimately that's what they do so people take the check and they deposited their bank account and all of a sudden they have an extra twelve hundred dollars two thousand dollars of course there's a level of you that would say is there a string attached to this that's how i would think about some of the people they highlight actually did notice that but the strings hashes it's not just free money it's alone so when you deposit the check your agreeing to a loan the loan the terms of that loan are interesting for example stephen huggins received a check for a loan for twelve hundred dollars and he didn't want deposited at first because he actually realized okay this doesn't look the thought there's a string attached the interest rate thirty three percent whoa thirty three percent annual interest rate but his chevy pickup was in the shop he didn't have enough money to pay for the repairs so he needed the money he decided to use the check he he got twelve hundred dollars from the company plus an additional eight hundred from representative later on how's your hundreds of dollars in processing fees insurance and other items plus interest.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on WLAC

"That it's now gardiner cash though so what apparently running a business this is amazing i didn't notice that this type of business existed it doesn't seem on its face to be a good business what they're doing is the businesses they send checks to poor people well that seems nice just really free money yeah but it doesn't seem like it's a good business it seems nice but doesn't seem like a good business now it seems like you'd go broke do well not not if you do this way what they're doing is they're sending checks two poor people okay and when they receive the checks they deposit those checks i mean are they big checks or dollar twelve hundred dollars two thousand dollars no wow some good chunk of cash if you're if you're like on the brink right you've got a car repair that's just happened that's one of the highlights stories they highlight here in the washington post today and what does it what does it is there something that accompanies it that says hey here's a check from geithner just because we really like you and we heard you're not doing well you seem nice i don't know you but it seems like you might be nice because you're a low income person and low income people are generally nice generally nice here's some money we know you're not one of those evil rich ceo's those people are all bastards my gosh you know that's i hate those coke brothers nobody more evil brothers there are they have a thousand brothers in the family trillionaires wow true well they got all of the world's wealth right in that family yeah nobody else has any wealth right that's true and they all by the way my favorite observation on the coke brothers is really only two of them retired by the way and they're both somewhat left of center generally speaking on social issues there libertarianleaning although they seem to have an affinity for certain tax increases and things like that but they're very like open borders and while climate change has been pinned on them at least one of them agrees with climate change yeah believes in climate change but what's interesting is like they're adults okay when you're an adult you don't become the the blank brothers anymore right you're you're to individuals there's charles and david right yeah and so i understand that they kind of ran this business together so they had similar levels of wealth which would make sense but if you look at them being listed they'll just say they have the exact same amount of money it's like they both have like twenty four billion dollars or something it's like none of them made a different choice to like by a truck when the other one didn't there was never a time with one went out to dinner and spent a lot and the other didn't there's never a moment where one invested in something that didn't go right and the other invested in something that worked there's never been any separation they all they have the exact same name yeah forever so anyway tim geithner is not at that there's only two of them because i thought there was charles there's david tito marlin and germany i think you have that right i think if i have something else really use their well okay maybe i'll walk you through that in a minute tim geithner though is not that rich and he does not have a brother named marlin okay he does have this company however in which so they send checks the poor people legitimately that's what they do so that people take the check and they deposited their bank account and all of a sudden they have an extra twelve hundred dollars two thousand dollars now of course there's a level of you that would say is there a string attached to this that's how i would think about some of the people they highlight actually did notice that but the string attaches it's not just free money it's alone so when you deposit the check your agreeing to a loan the loan the terms of that loan are interesting for example stephen huggins received a check for a loan for twelve hundred dollars and he didn't want to deposit at first because he actually realized okay this doesn't look the thought there's a string attached the interest rate thirty three percent whoa thirty three percent annual interest rate but his chevy pickup was in the shop he didn't have enough money to pay for the repairs so he needed the money he decided to use the check he he got twelve hundred dollars from the.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"That's a sample that the whole thing online check it out a few of those i've i've caught a few those mash like i said it's somebody with so much time on their hands that all right so i wanted to get this yesterday but we had one of those days where we were preempted with what had happened in annapolis and the joe jackson the patriarch of the jackson family passed away at eighty nine for one i understand it only to family members showed up because he was not a good guy this listen here's the thing i know that dads have you know different ways of dealing with their kids different ways of disciplining them they think they're doing what's best for their family but some of the stuff is a little bit over the top this stuff with joe jackson over the top i mean into the realm of criminal i'll get to that having joe they had ten kids that family jackson five he's figuring i'll go with ten half of them should be able to put a band together we don't stop until you get one that hits right that song is about joe jackson basically just let stopping till he gets his band together so there's like ten kids and he did an interview with oprah winfrey two thousand ten he says i don't regret being the data that i was i know i was tough and i know that i would take a leather strap to them and sometimes the switch to michael and his eight siblings but i did it to keep them out of jail and keep them right well clearly in his mind it was right but jackson denied his hitting of michael could be categorized as jackson music here for this i think he goes i whipped him with a switch and a belt that i never beat them you beat somebody with a stick i don't think so either give switch a belt could hurt i remember belts they they do but this guy's thinking hey take a stick out so you can't call me abusive he goes you whip them and punish them over something they did and the remember that that's the way it was switch i haven't heard that expression yeah well that's all school he goes he would make them go get their own switch way of saying i beat him with a stick with him with a switch sounds a little better a very thin stick yeah that's a switch take my chances with a stick yeah that hurts whip actually gone michael once admitted he was so terrified of his father just seeing him was enough to make him physically ill let me go they go so michael jackson just for a second here i really don't want you to talk about this it's okay the fact that you're talking to physically physically you he'll be back be back i'm sure he'll he'll he'll jump in a darker story always lays allies behind the glittering successful jackson five says here and the jacksons michael and his sister janet's solo careers for many joe jackson was at the heart of it joe jackson was a failed r and b singer and he ended up being a crane operator in gary indiana so what did he do he live vicariously through his kids lives for the kids he was a domineering bully he forced them to rehearse to the point of exhaustion and would whip them if they miss the dance step or musical note symptoms mean joe jackson would take out the switch singing i want you back and he switched me didn't work apparently here that we we see that michael was dropped his father as a manager in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and then it took another decade to publicly talk about the treatment and received jackie and jermaine tito marlins suffered from this treatment as well but they weren't as vocalist michael was nineteen ninetythree he told oprah livy that his father had combined physical punishment and verbal viciousness taunting him about his big nose so you wonder why michael jackson had no surgery all the time although surgeries because he didn't he didn't want the big knows that his dad was making fun of i guess is that right michael completely wrong i went to the judy garland.

"tito marlin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Nine one zero two five and eight hundred seventy seven one one or two five i'm not saying he was a good guy i'm not saying he was a good dad i am saying that neither michael jackson nor janet jackson would have been gigantic superstars if joe jackson were any different than he was well you know it i'm just speaking from the people that are going to speak you know he's a known terrible world renown child abuser no love to beat his children one it's probably one of his favorite things to do no doubt beating her punishment or is it really all the same feeding they are the same but he went beyond spanking his children he beat his children well that wasn't there a made for tv movie that's what i saw and if we're going to base everything we know off that guy which we are he was a bad guy and a bad dad that said i'll stated emphatically one more time janet michael would not have been global superstars if joe jackson had not done things the way that he did so what you're saying sf more parents know yeah no no no you said that if they would have parented if he would apparent that a different way right and we wouldn't have the likes of janitor jackson and the rest of the jackson five that's it's important to to parent that way it is not important to parent that way it is important to prioritize what is important in your life and what should be important is a child who is well adjusted who loves you do you think that michael jackson was well adjusted for i do not do you think that janet jackson as well adjusted i do not nor do i think jermaine tito marlin randy door rebe jackson norling toya jackson lest i forget none of them are well adjusted because of the iron fist with which joseph jackson ruled so you change your mind already i'm not changing my mind i'm saying to you that they would not have been superstars had he not been the way that he was but he's still should not have been that way there are more important things in this world than superstardom thank you do you think all those all of those children would have been molested if he would have paired to differently well that was never proven that michael jack said any of those kids and let's not forget the line the beautiful songs that joe jackson left us with like stepping out of real songs himself oh yeah defend oj was kind of joking joking about me i'm not encouraging what he did i'm not condoning what he did i am telling you that joe jackson is responsible for the success of michael and janet summit appreciates bad or smooth criminal or if from the janet jackson cantaloupe we should thank their father for abusing them thank an abuser i'm just saying they wouldn't have been what they were without joe beating them without joe's beatings there be no billie jean i don't know john because joe jackson was the way he was speeding okay no not at all no no he he's he outlived michael knowing that michael hated if but it's okay if you're trying to produce high level popstars not okay it is never okay i heard he didn't wanna see anybody including his wife or kids in its final days of course not is that life you wanna live that you don't wanna see anyone that you supposedly love got he made some great songs this is joe jackson joe jackson says this clearly see it's joe johnson.

"tito marlin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"They have independent okay now you do have a federal apart uh federal epa method healthcare information and privacy imported milk the act um a date but in polish which makes it extremely hard yes he does he npr to get young information ever in are they would dare healthcare you're exactly right emma mm when they do a background check near nears no part of that becomes bomb mental health you know folded from the state if you're a firmer europe up if you are bet crazy you are now in that thing that they're going to the net won't show up in the background check chances are now of it yeah yeah you're right the hip law would have to be dealt with and they need to deal with it yeah a and they should have done it back we back way now this guy thanks for the call cours this guy this democratic seemed to have no mental illness history and his background right as far as i know he wasn't mentally ill with some of the family dealt with medical issues with it that the the dad for sure rally other dead was was as a felon a bank robber and on the run and yeah i think he he had mentally ill that i think one of i think there was a report this morning talking about the not the driveway brother but the other brother the of too rosy of two brothers at one of a bowler's in areas na here's eric and then there's tito marlin and germain and i i don't think they're talking about sir with two of their dan but they're not luke in north carolina i you're on the glenn beck program um i listen to your liver together and ask a question about buying weapons it gun shares um oddball guns gun shows of all guns walmart not bottom pro grander family rayern north north carolina i.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on WTVN

"Work in and behavioral hill have independent okay now you do have a federal far uh federal epa method healthcare information and privacy importer military um and they put in place which makes it extremely howard yes he does he npr to get young information about in they wouldn't dare healthcare you're exactly really emma when they do it back amtrak there's no part of that it comes from little hill you know order from the state i'm reading this if you're a fair amount of your fellow if you are bet crazy you are now in the thing that they're going to the net won't show up in the background check chances are now it'll be yeah yeah you're right the hip law would have to be dealt with and they need to deal with it uh and they should have known it back laidback way now this guy thanks for the call chris this guy the steering tadic seemed to have no mental illness history in his background right as far as i know he wasn't mentally ill but some of the family dealt with mental issues a thing that they the dad for sure rally other dead was was a felon a bank rob her and on the run and yeah i think he had mental illness think were a think there was a report this morning talking about the not the driveway brother but the other brother the of teuber the of two brothers at one of a bowler in areas na here's eric and then there's tito marlin and germain and i i don't think they're talking about sir woods who have their who dancing but they're not taught at luca north carolina ironic olympic for him um i listen to your liver together and ask a question about bond weapons at gun shares um about guns gun shows of all guns walmart and up autumn pro brands or family in north north carolina i don't know no every.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Laugh courage strength spend another terrorist attack in london england this morning your what eight hours ahead of us so they were hit during rush hour and fortunate elites it looks like a bullet has been dodged here jason but'real joins us to talk about this jason one of the details on this that looks pretty amateurish doesn't it big time amateurish so twenty two injured no deaths from the the the bomb they use the the initial detonator went off and that's what caused all the all the injuries but the actual explosion did not go off so to me it says that they're probably getting this out of a magazine which lo and behold last month alqaeda's inspire magazine did call for train attacks i said to hit them inside the trains i said that's better to hit the rail or you can also hit the the the gathering here you know they did have pretext carry and all that stuff in those areas and which is actually even more significant as the heirapparent to osama bin laden hums of bin laden the sun one at one of his sons my third favorite bin laden the way as only third on your own yeah i have i had a second for awhile but terry bin laden passed him by some of my like tito marlin and germain bin laden fantastic they're in mice there in wixom five brochure or he he is number one as far as alqaeda and so he is being groomed takeover al qaeda and i can't arabian peninsula a key oath ap ap we has again india where it can we stop roman and just focus on.

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"tito marlin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tito marlin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Dot com terrorist attack in london england this morning your what eight hours ahead of us so they were hit during rush hour and fortunate looks it looks like a bullet has been dodged your jason but'real joins us to talk about this jason one of the details on this that looks pretty amateurish doesn't it big time amateurish so twenty two injured no deaths from the the the bomb they use the the initial detonator went off and that's what caused all the all the injuries but the actual explosion did not go off so to me it says that they're probably getting this out of a magazine which lo and behold last month alketas inspire magazine did call for train attacks they said to hit them inside the trains i said that's better to hit the rail or you can also hit the the the gathering area you they do the pretext curie and all that stuff any those areas and which is actually even more significant as the heirapparent's hassan bin laden hamza bin laden the sun one at one of his sons my third favourite bin laden as only third on your longevity i had i had him second for a wild but a terry bin laden passed last month by like tito marlin and jermaine been let alone arafat's has the other analyze there in which are five for sure well he he is number one as far as alqaeda and so he is being groomed to take over al qaeda and a jacket in arabian peninsula a key a ap a p we have no idea where it can we stop for a moment of just focus on.

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