17 Burst results for "Tom Paine"
"tom paine" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"My it was a great. You could just get another ninety nine Miata if you will now again and you probably know it was a fun you know what I listen to. This is just something to think about when I was a little kid. My parents got me. I don't know where they thought. They saw it in a store window somewhere but it was. Someone had hollowed out like a corvette racing car and put Abed in it. I think when you have kids I think the first kid you should just hollow out the little crib you know then you both get something out of it but then I would just be sad that it wasn't the one that I know but that's that's your babies Miata like diktats stare dream different. He's got a little activity center. They can hog the Harn. I think it's a great idea about recycling. It was British racing green. Oh that's a good color. It was. Yeah that's I don't think I've ever seen a British racing. Green red. Now is a really Nice Patricia with a Tan Interior. You're winning me over. Now is Great Tom. I can't thank you enough for coming to do the PODCAST. You've always been so delightful and you've suffered through a lot of Jesus jokes on talking it every retired made when I'm like I'm not GonNa do it again. I do it and I go goddamn Tom Paine. He's real patients. 'cause they play. Well that's why. But I. I appreciate it you on the show and I'm just so happy that you're doing all this new stuff. And congratulations on. Please tell Jackson. Hello I will actually at one of those wonderful events Omega. Isn't this natural. How comfortable this I still? I still don't know how to pose and smoke a a million of them and I still yesterday. I had stylus put the clothes on me. And this is how you should stand and then Jen came with me and just before he recovers like. I don't know how to stand down with John and things like I don't know which side is. My wife is very page circus. I always instinctively picked the wrong side to stand on Jason. Like whatever her outfit. Oh she pushes gemstones. She knows she rush me. But he's always like no the purchase on this side. And she'll scooby over okay. I don't know what I'm doing and then you're just going to have to but thankfully she's she's just looking Lydia gender-specific took amazing say that everyone's looking at them anyway so it doesn't mean that's exactly. Yeah 'cause usually the doctors will go. Can we get a fashion shot at a solo shot. And I'm like yeah I don't know why you WanNa photograph me anyway. The first place like I'm shocked that any of these of course but thank you for sharing a lot. There is some good wisdom nuggets here on this podcast pain bitter rambling. Yeah no listen you have to know to American ears. You could read steer people be like it's enchanting you're you're automatically enchanting to our course wonderful jr still get l'americain on prodigal son does well. We people's choice last night. He loves the feedback is like Oh my God. I co- Copa Levi's British thing. Now people got really excited about it so funny. Well maybe you could just start mixing up your accent. The next time you present the regular today award goes. Where's this guy brains explode? He's a chameleon man. No one knows all right. Watch prodigal son. Yeah looks is this. This is Fox Fox on Monday taxes on Fox Tom Paine. Would you say our guest Bush she looked I D Ten d scanning complete enjoy overeat..
"tom paine" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"I I. I don't agree totally with the listen to critics because I it seems like every single movie I go to and like is panned stand by the critics and all the ones that are critically acclaimed air are at the bottom of my list okay so to be fair. He's a critic so he's probably GONNA say. Listen to credits but to be fair. He says listen to actors and one of the actors that he talked about. Was Tom Paine and listening to how unhappy Tom Paine was with how Jesus was depicted and Jesus like Hugh hasn't even though yeah he had didn't have a whole lot to complain about compared to others alright so number eight kill hill characters but make sure that there are strong characters to rise up in their places agreed. Yes agreed not nine which I totally holy loved remember. This is a horror series. It's supposed to be scary yeah. He pointed out that he couldn't remember the last time there was a scary Zombie. Kill Yeah definitely I mean I loved black summer because it was just terrifying. Vying other real housewife did not like black summer. I liked but there's no. She told me she's not adopted. She started listening. She says I'm not the one who's adopted. We Are Kinda two offs all right and then the last thing that Eric Kane talked about in his ten things MC needs to do was hire people whose job it is specifically typically do good script continuity. Oh Yeah I like that that mattered. I actually thought that all of his points for continuing the franchise were really valid points. Yeah apparently should listen to critics yeah so you know here we go again agreeing with Eric Eric Fan. I must Eric Kane. I must be drinking. Are you still in payments. No no no no. I haven't been on pain meds for for awhile. It's probably why rated this a two point nine well you weren't alone own in your lack of interest because Paul Tassie and Eric Kane both yeah tell me about it because they didn't read their articles about this episode of fear well I was taking I got sucked down the rabbit hole of what they thought about season ten what they thought about the franchise over also so so there's actually several articles so eric came posted on September twenty second at eight. Am You don't WanNa Miss Tonight's episode code of fear the walking dead and then at ten PM. He writes fear the walking dead season five episode fifteen review the worst episode of the season so he's not the only one who said that yeah so. Paul task was fear. The walking dead second second documentary episode is just unbearable yeah yeah so. I have to say one of the things that I wrote down right away. It was a god another found footage episode. We just lost the other real housewife again right yeah I. I want to say that. I was surprised surprised that they were gonNA that. They did that again but it's not like they have. I mean they've they've been wrapped filming for ever now so you know what's what's in the can is in the cans. Good point good point. They couldn't listen to all of us and you know. Stop doing found footage and telling you if there was anything more annoying than we first cult recruitment video. It's Jimmy's recalled the cult recruitment video lord or dueling cult room recruitment videos now. I'm the one who's drinking all right so that kind of leads right into our good bat. What an ugly so. Tell me you're good it does so mike good has sort of yet to be realized it just best happened right at the end of the episode. Dwight leaving off Mike. I completely agree agree with him leaving to even if Jenny has info on his wife he's like Yeah No. I've been through this before for peace out. That is wrote. I wrote he told them that by throwing in the towel that Virginia is the equivalent of throwing in with the Savior's Yup and I mean he has a visual reminder every time he looks in the Mirror of why he will never go there again again. A he lost his wife he burned his face. You know it's it's taken everything he's ever had at least post-apocalyptic elliptic yeah and I love that he's like you know. I've walked further than that. She was just like He. He was completely redesigned to be like no. That's where I draw the line yeah so I doubt he's. He's actually leaving leaving. I think that we will see more of him but I think he's separating from the group. At least I hope he is and I hope I hope that he goes on the hunt for his wife again. I am sure is done. I don't think we're GONNA see. Sherry again again. Then I could go either way I could be like I want them to have some sort of reunion whether it's him finding her dead or finding her shambling corpse or are finding her and her not wanting to be with him or the realistic path of some people just disappear do disappear yeah I mean she she all she could be a shambling Corp.. She could could be dead. She could be with somebody else. Not Wanna see her husband again and we never find any of that out. That's I'm. I'm totally cool either way but I I just I like that. Dwight's going to kind of get the Dwight show. I it'll be interesting only see how they handled the white but I was totally down with him bailing on the group so I have to tell you this update from facebook. Steve Baldwin got got on biters on the link that I put up for the petition to get rid of Andrew Chambliss knee and Goldberg he said I knew this would happen. I suggested we started a gofundme campaign to campaign. Am Pain to pay them to leave. Oh that's funny. I told him I would contribute to that. So if given a choice I put this poll up on the biters facebook page. That's right right okay. If you have never encountered either group before who's propaganda video. Would you make you more likely to join. I voted FRY. Okay so the the choices were we're here to help and it was it's a leash addendum. Kerry and Genie's group which was Teddy Roosevelt and so air be and everyone should chose overwhelmingly overwhelmingly see. I told you to try and be objective because of course we're. We're always GONNA WANNA join our main group of people but we're all going the way of Dwight Alright that leads right it into my bad so I'm just going to say it. I period hate period ginny period. The character sure is awful. If not the actress I liked her and other things I saw her in. I thought she was great and Jessica Jones. I thought she was great in the boys. I don't know what it is. I don't know what's falling flat with her it. I so I my my first impression for this episode was I hate the cadence of her speech and I don't know why and she looks like she's crazy. Yeah yeah she definitely does and we have no explanation of her motivations. No there's nothing about her. That's redeeming or appealing except except that she is finally becoming the malignant bad guy. We all need to have like we eight you know was it logan was not logan. Was it somebody controlling. Logan and then it was like `do Ginny and the horseback people showed up in are are they good. Are they bad now. We're like okay. They're Dick's yeah. They're they're like saviors and training. I you know but okay Megan at least had this aura of cool and malevolence right totally dig. Even when everybody else was like oh he's to comic rookie. He's too overblown. No I was down with Nagin not down with Jimmy. She's like kind of a a soccer mom. WHO's a tiger mom wannabe that just got stuck in the apocalypse. Don't here on the actress. You guys don't hit on this is it's just the yeah yeah it is definitely not the actress because we have seen her another things and she is great her but sometimes it we you know we said the same thing about the filthy woman is it's just like it's just not working. It's it's not the actress. It's just not working. I even liked the filthy woman better than I liked. Ginny yeah the woman but I can at least get behind I did in the end because of the explanation of why she did what she did yup so but I don't think we're getting rid of the pioneers or Jenny anytime soon. They're totally rolling into season six YEP. just gotTa deal with it all right so what's your bad speaking of rolling into seasons. How are we going to do do it. Over that bridge. I hated the whole bridge seen today okay so we're going to put all of these heavy like five thousand gallon oil tankers and m rats and all these cars and everything over this bridge that has been Righi wooden bridge. That's on some the harems Garam suspension wires right. This was probably in disrepair like a decade before Zombie. Apocalypse so oh I was just like that's a really bad idea and then just when I thought I was like okay. You're kind of stuck. There and there's really not much you can do. Two Strand is all like. Let's start a book per grade. I'm like I know that was really Dorky. Great to wear okay so honestly you have one ticker truck like you can take the gas out of the tanker trapped and you can fill up all the vehicles around you you can and fill up all the buckets and all of the Jerry jugs that you can but you're not getting all five thousand gallons out of that truck because where else you gonna put it Bucket Brigade. It's just one of those things I think is one of those things where it's like. When a woman goes into labor and you tell people to like go get newspaper. Oh boy it was something that is learn as this is the version of boiling water. Arroyo waters yeah so yeah I just the whole abridged scene and yeah whatever made them thinks that they could and of course if you need to descend it's like sending people out on ice you send the lightest person I and if that person doesn't fall through indic- you send the next latest person so you send all of the kids over and if you're lucky they'll fall through and either that or they're gonNA wind up on the other side and the heavy people are going to be in the ice and then you still don't grab a deal with them so that was my bad. What was your ugly so I'm going to be a little bit of a hypocrite because my ugly is actually a fairly good ugly and it relates to my bad. I actually as much as I hate that. Ginny is the vehicle for the situation. I am glad that our heroes are finally in a situation. They can't goody two shoe their ways out what of right they've gotta help themselves now. No and they're not helping themselves. They're like Oh ginny we want your help after all but they are finally really and truly in a situation that they can't resolve yeah and they're not gonna be able to here to help.
"tom paine" Discussed on Science Friday
"To think that the entire American public was solidly behind Apollo throughout the nineteen sixties. That was not the case a public opinion opinion polls show that public opinion was in fact divided but I think when it happened <hes> you know there's a famous story. Even about the the day before the Apollo Eleven launch <hes> Ralph Abernathy the Reverend Ralph Abernathy led led a group of protesters to space center in Florida and the NASA administrator. Tom Paine came out to meet with them and said you know I. I'm very sympathetic to your concerns about poor people in this country and if I I knew that I could help poor people in this country by saying let's not push the button tomorrow I would do that but that's not the way it is and Ralph Abernathy in return said a word of thanks and that he was humbled to be there and he actually got to see the launch. I think no matter what's your politics was that was a moment that just really got through the differences and and the other thing I want to mention and Mike Collins Seapower Toronto has been talking about this when they went on their world tour after the mission you know instead of hearing from people that they encountered in all these different countries instead of hearing something like you Americans you pulled it off people that they encountered sid we did it. They all felt that they had somehow been part of this great adventure interesting <hes> in the space race as we used to call it was really a political race between the Soviet Union and the U._S.. But of course there worse some legitimate science issues going on there. Were there not well when you say scientists use you mean the experiments in things that were that were tried and left on the moon. Oh absolutely science was not the driver for Apollo follow. The Cold War was however <hes> the scientists certainly realized that this was an incredible opportunity to study the Moon <hes> in sit to for the very first time and <hes> not only the experiments that we left behind signed the seismometers and so forth on the several different missions it wasn't just apollo eleven it was six different landings but the photography of the Moon from orbit from the surface and <hes> the samples the the lunar samples are another author of the great legacies of Apollo because they unlocked the door to deciphering the earliest history of the solar system and aren't they waiting to open up another sample that has not been open. They are <hes>. There's a core sample from. I'm one of the later missions that is going to be opened. I think maybe this year if I'm not mistaken but you know NASA has done a very smart thing they've kept a lot of the samples in a protected involves <hes> stored in in nitrogen <hes> to prevent any alteration because they understood that <hes> the technology to study those samples was going to improve with time so yes there have been pieces of the moon that have gone out to scientists for the past fifty years but there's a lot more that is waiting for better technology to be developed some been <hes> stuff in the news about the moon actually being seismically active and they left though seismic sensors. They're correct. They left them there but now you may remember this IRA. They actually turned off the the lunar science stations in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven to save money. You can believe that so don't get me started..
"tom paine" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"I would think that the very technology problems that they're very technology companies that created many of these problems, or at least led to their widespread distribution are the ones that are needed to. Absolutely our business model is to get a license fee. So that, you know, yes, we have the browser plug in which is free libraries easing. It like mad and people over seventy thousand people have downloaded at him in the US. He needs seven hundred million, right? Well, not seven hundred million US not here. But our business model is that the platforms will license it in install it from there in. So that you will have the option, you know, to see it from Facebook. When you look at. Facebook feed, and what we think we have going for us. You know, we have one technology company that that has already launched us. That's Microsoft, and what we think we have going for us is where the alternative the logical turn of between two really bad ideas that are out there the first bad idea that's out. There is less. Just you know, rely on the tech companies who are saying that with with much less conviction. These days that, you know, we're one algorithm away from solving this problem, and let's let them continue to work on it. And be totally non-transparent totally non cannibal. You have a rating from news guard. You also have a rating from Facebook and Google and Twitter the differences. You have no idea what that rating is. You would know who to call how you found out about it. And you have no idea how has made you have no one to talk to if it's unfair with us. You know, exactly where you stand and you can. Talk to us, and we're constantly changing updating ratings as things change. So that alternative, you know. Let's just leave it to an unaccountable black box. That's not a very good alternative. 'cause that's what we've been doing. And it's not working. So well sounds better than governments size alternative is number two. Which is the government steps in and says, okay, we're going to be the content police, and we're going to decide what's good, and what's bad. And we're seeing that. And then we're either gonna tell you you can't show people the bad stuff, or we the government are going to declare that it's bad. Now. The good thing about us is we're doing it where private company, and if if your inclination is to say, well, who did you is the content God's our response, which is the responsive given toll the platforms is we think we're the first in what we call the trust industry. And we assume that others will step into compete with us either with an. Algorithm, or with other human beings who knows what? And God knows you have enough money to license four or five or six of us and let people decide which one they think is the most reliable in which one they want count. So final thing is how sympathetic are you too? I mean, you talk with the people technology companies is fraud question because you also want to do deals with them how sympathetic are you to the predicament that they have found themselves in with building these sprawling platforms that seem designed to create this very problem that they're now trying Tom totally sympathetic with that because that's the equivalent, you know, people probably see you think their intentions were good. But it just happened to go. Let's go Beck's. Okay. So a Gutenberg invents the printing press, we're going way back and suddenly anyone can print stuff out handed out on the street and have no idea who they are. And what kind of chaos trying to ferment you just don't know. Okay. But there's. This guy Tom Paine who's running around saying, hey, we gotta have we got have to have an independent democracy in these colonies, well, that's a pretty good use of the printing press. So it's not that they woke up in the morning and said, let's do something really bad and disruptive because we can make a lot of money if we do it. It's let's do something that really democratize information. Which is as a general matter. You know if. Yes, made to check a box..
"tom paine" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"And I think I'm gonna give -sition now. So that's good, Tom. Thank you so much with coming. Talks on us. Have a Brit. I've enjoyed because it's been nice to. I feel like if you need we could give you on law might part that's kind of hard. Just when you spend eight dollars born. On the plane. I will put it luggage. But you all welcome to if you need a little bit. Okay. Thank you and good luck. It's a big big year for you. Because who knows what's about to happen? Such a pleasure to meet you. Well, mom. We've just met Jesus. Walking Dead, literally. Eight week young. Want to show willing darling? He was going to eat it. I didn't wanna boss. I wanted him to have the show lots on the talks ever delicious. Dude. I think he did he do. But but then he didn't teach his kimchi. Probably just take the UA to my manager. Alicea an Alex Sater didn't taste quite as bad as last month. Mom, the for mental Lottie toiling for mentally cabbages. Not the thing for me. Well, it's good few up. My guts a fine. Thank you so much grace eat with grace for making me a job. I hugely appreciated it as did my mother. Tom Paine, lovely Englishman in New York. Big smile on big is luanne big beard. No, not big long long, really lovely. And we wish the best for this year. And I'm sure you all mourning the loss of Jesus. Okay. The table is music. You have been enjoying his by Pete Fraser and Peter Duffy, and I'll do editor and producer is Alice Williams. Imagine the orange glow of sunset over the ocean. Or the look on your daughter's face when she met her new baby, brother. Now, imagine what these moments would be like if you couldn't see them our site is a gift won that series. I disease could compromise. But yearly exams from an eye. Doctor can detect them before it's too late. Find an eye doctor today at think about your eyes dot com. Sponsored by the American up to metric association..
"tom paine" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Another day, another cost New York City or plaque thing on. Lorraine? I think cooking all morning. And two seconds. Do my makeup's score. So today, we have an article Tom Paine who is actually an English up, but has become incredibly successful in America. We've been in lots of things so many things that he's quite a new discovery. Yeah. But parent, he's real food. Great unto glycol Jesus in looking dead Hopi nights Kim to. How do you feel about like it? Well, my please tell me who would like for Menti capi Sam barrows and me it is good for the. My wheel. I've used is good for the guts. However, I just want to give a massive shoutout. And thank you to my friend gracefully from New York who I've known she used to be music and we stumbled across each other. Remain friends, and she set up a kimchi business just she loves him. She's Korean and she's to deliver it to me onset when I be here. And so I I had to kimchi recipe whilst I was here, and I had to go and get graces which is good eat with grace shield Instagram's to check her out so love kimchi. But I said, well, what should I do with kimchi? Because mazing dish in London which was kimchi with Advocaat? It was kind of avocado toast with kimchi into Heenan. I'm going to make that she forgets. But she said just do can she fried rice? So this is fills like a real hangover breakfast. So I've done kimchi fired vice with sesame oil, and then I've done Langi does the crisp of crisp up the shallots flowers. They they're going to be I'm gonna put fried egg on top. And it really is events are us left of. Yeah. We had some leftover chicken and mashed potato. And sprouts. So we thought we'd make kind of Brussels sprouts bubble and squeak I'm with late. Not weirdly, it's It's a. a good. It's kind of goal the mustard and cheese from the spring on. And then grace said kimchi fried rice can have anything. They put spam in it. But you tofu you could put forms you cheeky, and you can put beef you can put whatever. And so I have a bit of chicken. So it's a funny. Oh breakfast because of Brun isn't it's definitely a bunch. And I hope he isn't who likes Hollywood and doesn't mind fried food is quite unlike us to do really fight food. The. Neven pizza manager walked tennis at catis. Nice. And that could be granola that the thanksgiving Renault that I've made thanks giving members of congress and oranges may not offer that to him though. So I feel like it may be a bit overwhelming to be sick. On the banana bread. Jesse does eight nine in traitor will to get the homeless people. Tom Paine coming up take him. Tom paine. Thank you so much for being here. Or are you recording? Well, we haven't gotten old as you need to dash off young LA today. See you away. Yeah. I just bought a house last December Very. also. It's in the hills in but it's very modest. And just nice. We were in West Hollywood for the longest time was where everyone moves when they first moved there because it successful. And I wasn't driving at the time. But then it starts bit crazy and the local drug dealer across the street knew who I was from the television show, and I'm just like, okay, we need to get out here now. So we managed to get an lovely house in the hills, which is very peaceful, which having spent these last few days in New York. I'm very much before the game back to you. Because the noise never stops in New York. Sirens and people honking webby. Staying in New York. We've been lower side. It is. But even coming up in midtown yesterday. It just everywhere is just noise noise all the time, and I was talking to someone who lived here about it. And we were talking about the noise pollution aspect of it. And and how it does just kind of grind you down a little bit restaurants are noisy restaurants, very noisy..
"tom paine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Witnesses in the trial of the drug Lord known as El Chapo. I would say that once they decided to operate. They became as good a cooperators as they had been drug traffickers when they were on the other side what it takes to put a cartel boss in prison. That's next time on the New Yorker radio. Tomorrow night at seven on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. It's all things considered on WNYC five nineteen now coming up shameless Hughes was reading through court documents when he stumbled on something suggesting prosecutors could be preparing charges against Julian Assange, he tells Lakshmi Singh about his discovery in just a moment a revival of the play Tom Paine. Starring Michael c hall is now on stage at signature theatre WNYC's. Jennifer vanass co says it's a dazzling meditation about what it is to be human. The subtitle of playwright will knows one man show is quote based on nothing and is true. Nothing much really happens. Tom is the only character on stage, and he ruminates on seemingly unconnected events from a life. Maybe it's his own life. He starts stories stops them. Doubles back interrupts himself pieces around a stage that's empty except for a few ladders and a couple of fans, but the effect is extraordinary. It's funny and finally detailed, and somehow it recreates the stream of consciousness of one man over the course of an hour. This is an elegant show the taps into all the deep pains and small joys of being alive. Cloudy..
"tom paine" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The following day. Check it out. It's a lot of fun and you get to see a little bit more of our producer, Danny's personality and my phone just rang in the background. Turn. Popping off with us in studio. We have Tom Paine dead. You got real socked in the Bay. I mean, the show is very, very, you thinks it's very rough house e and eight new stuntman hanging around. Everyone on the show just jumps in and gets involved. And that was my route awakening to the show, being chased around field by Newman, and then him grabbing me and punched me in the face in as a saying everyone his when they first joined, welcome to the Walking Dead and is set in this kind of like just doing a Colt, welcome to the working, watch live on the. Why YouTube stream. One ever get old. Can't play it everyday, but every time I hear it makes me jam. All right. So let's get a few things out of the way. And I wanna start here kid Yamamoto I'm not mistaking incidentally was your brother-in-law one point. Yes. Our condolences to the loss of, you know your former family member, but most of all, I guess he was your friend for many years. Yes. So quick, it all happened. So quick. We found out in August that he was battling cancer and apparently was sick before then. But that's when he revealed it to the public. Of course weeks later he passed away. We definitely memorialized them here on the show. He was a great contributor mixed martial arts, arguably a. You know, we, we talk about the the foreperson support presidents called mount Rushmore mount. Rushmore of Japanese of a may in many have have said, kid Yamamoto belongs on that list. You know, I wanted you to talk about him if you could. Yeah, I know you are very close to him at one point and you actually got him a lot of trouble. I know dare say you may have even saved life at one point. Well, he, yeah, we're really close because I was married to sister and took him into the gym when he got into those problems. He got a probation. He couldn't wrestle for longtime for year. So Burnham to jam telling him once you try to me. And he fell in love with it. So when it was time to go back to resting, he didn't want he wanted to stand EMMY. So we had a real close relationship. He moved at me for two years just every training. So kind of brought them up in EMMY. We also did have a kind of a falling out. It was because of money would have fathers coming involve, and I didn't wanna work with that. So I kinda put away. We saw each other at events at high, and of course it divorce might divorce suit is wife also create a little bit of a little static in the relationship. So we were, we kind of drifted apart for the years and you know, I, I still saw him. I still cared about him but didn't realize how much I really did care about him until he passed. Yeah, even 'cause even for me, I didn't even know he had cancer. So parents, he was diagnosed two years ago, but I didn't even know I I found out like a couple months before, and that was still something he nobody wanted me to know. So it was kept from me and I didn't know. So. It was. I wish I knew I wish I could, you know, say some words to him. You know, we never really got to have parting words or anything, but that's life sucks. Sometimes the stories you shared with us and in your book you've been very open, allowed us to ask you these questions. I wanted us to tell once again, the story of how kid Yamamoto was in some trouble. And I believe it was with yet coups and you had to actually get him out of that can show that story. It was a, it was a story where I was at a resting tournament with my wife at the time, and we got a call from him where he got into trouble where he him, and his friends are playing around shooting a pellet gun, and it's not the Pentagon Japan where it penetrates the skin. I mean in America would penetrate skin. It's more it hurts, but it doesn't penetrate skin fleeing on shooting each other witted in apparently. The yacht Coosa guy claimed that it one ricocheted in hidden in the face..
"tom paine" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"The guys in studio tom paine espn mvp front office inside is gonna join the guys as well and maybe he can help them together some other players around the brian james for this season because that is going to be the biggest question as refinish this out here on i the last jedi spn radio what about this year what are your expectations for the lakers so give him my expectations i think the lakers right now are probably at best the fifth team in the west golden state houston oklahoma city still even put utah ahead of him you never know what happens the portland let's let me look at it this way a year ago the los angeles lakers one thirty five games now thanks to espn stats and information when lebron james goes to a different team the largest wing total that he ever had was when he returned to cleveland the second time when the cavaliers were increased by twenty wins let's remember that cleveland cavalier team that lebron came back to the one that drafted kyrie irving number one overall well i think we're past the point in time where i could tell you exactly how good that cavalier team was so let's just say they stunk and they want an increase of twenty games when the went to miami they had an increase of eleven when the brian joined cleveland the first time around around after being drafted by them they won increase of eighteen games so let's take the eleven on an established nba team which is rare lebron wait yes they did have dwayne wade they did have chris bosh and by the way they also the went from eleven wins a lot higher from where they were but let's take eleven is that benchmark the los angeles lakers last year one thirty five games if they win eleven more you want i wonder how many six solid right for me at this hour of the morning fortysix winds gets you not in those get in playoffs last year the denver nuggets had forty six wings i think they've lost on the final day the regular season they didn't make the playoffs teams seven and eight which were the spurs and the timber wolves fortyseven wins each they were sitting in the seven hundred new orleans in utah and oklahoma city forty eight wins each four five and six was the three seed forty nine wins so you're asking for in let's just just for the sake of argument to get into that four or five six conversation you need an increase of thirteen wins from what this laker team has now adding lebron james i don't know if it happens i'll don't anticipate the thunder being the same kind of train wreck that they were at the beginning of the year they were better late although they were just kind of there was such a nigga it wasn't even funny so this year it may turn out to be a lost year full of brown which would be wanting the maybe arguably the one of the only ones he's ever had ever since he got into the nba other than his first couple of years when he was in cleveland they were trying to figure out what to do that's just an idea as to how hard it's going to be in the western conference and by the way do you really really watch to reset the nba playoffs do you really want to go one through sixteen across the entire nba because the denver nuggets at forty six and thirty six didn't get in because the clippers and forty two and forty didn't get in when the eighthseeded wizards or four games above five hundred got into fortythree wings.
"tom paine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The second highest walk rate so tenth highest is fifth lowest right in the major sorry so yeah a thirty spineta bluff towards ferret hicks runner at second just getting started no score hicks doubling to begin the game some where did we have the astros last year strikeout rate because i know the power was their home runs and in the strikeout rate was low the two one is up and in i believe it was the lowest in the majors double check on but appreciate the astros had the lowest strikeout rate the major leagues a season ago and it's regressed but she see the keys with a high home run rate a very respectable strikeout rate next offering is on and missed and so now three and two to giancarlo stanton are stats person jessica mendoza saying indeed the astros a season ago had the lowest strikeout rate in the big leagues just don't touch my family she can stay a little longer here's the pitch looking at stanford turning around and letting john tom paine no that he does not like that belong to away little bit elevated a little bit in with the fast ball and that's the area it's just not a comfortable area for a hitter i mean if it's going to be in like that in firm you want it down so that you can work with gravity dropped ahead and have a chance to get it there especially with two strikes but that's perfect location fermat's even if stanton does swing at it and make contact he probably breaks as bad and it's a little dribbler something we've seen a lot from stanford this year a lot of broken bats man it's second to away and here is gary sanchez time called with hicks out there at second base and again the crowd continues to file in the sun starting to go down here's the pitch that's inside some cuts of sunlight out there in left center and right center field but by and large the field in the shade and then the folks out there just to the right of the batter's eye and the apple it rightcenter all clad in orange the seven line army here comes to high the count to balls and no strikes on gary sanchez who was four for his last forty six overall hitting one ninety seven does have a dozen homers.
"tom paine" Discussed on WCHS
"In the state how important eastern panhandle has really become to the you know for those statewide offices and the old paradigm was the canal valley in southern west virginia yeah and now if you're there just aren't enough votes anymore in southern west virginia exactly you can't win it by winning southern west virginia like in the old days you'll days you win charleston and and isaac and route sixty south you could win can't do that anymore now in north central west virginia has certainly grown is well we saw that in the first congressional district race yeah also where the west virginia law professor refer shay yeah gets the upset victory to an extent because she was really dominant north central west virginia in harrison monica and marion county so again these blocks that used to be not maybe not a significant that certainly grown in insignificant in in great margins in recent years yeah that was a bit of a surprise and again it's the talking heads that are surprise and we all talk to each other but for shea got forty seven percent of the vote ralph baxter thirty eight percent of the vote and tom paine fifteen percent of the vote so for shea got twenty three thousand votes in baxter got eighteen thousand votes so yeah interesting and again i think all of it you know when when the regions of the state of west virginia seem to vote in basic blocks and that's that's certainly what we look at on election night you know what what what counties are are trending in what direction and you know we certainly see saw that early last night in a number of these racists in north central west virginia eastern panhandle were were part of it but in you know it quickly became evident not only in the republican race for the senate but the congressional races well how those things we're going to go greg hunter from metronews greg good analysis of those numbers we appreciate your help last night insights this morning why that happened and i'm still mulling around the why but i'm interested to see what star whilst says and you can text me your y as well at two three or four talk three or four three or four.
"tom paine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Bruce as a side note to that no hitter the home plane per john tom paine was celebrating his thirty fifth birthday yeah okay mexico yeah maybe it was very surprised they sent him in mexico and his birthday but garrett cole became the first astros pitcher to record at least twelve strikeouts in consecutive game since the great you know who it is jr jr nolan ryan on the same staff for a while they couldn't win they couldn't win but you couldn't hit them remember dusty baker something about that about what incredible nightmare facing those two guys back to back but yeah they are here's to yeah really had a stroke and that was the end of them but what what does that ken fourche was on that team and i think negro with the knuckleball they played that philly they've the phillies series in nineteen eighty two had the phillies beaten and and i had the pleasure of covering that series man man was that what a treat that was and then all the way through the world series with with the phillies tug mcgraw and brett oh that was a good one of the great championship series ever the phillies really was eighteen eighty that was a good one all right last thought for you someone talk about tomorrow's willie mays his birthday so we'll talk about that tomorrow early you'll be with us nine o'clock tomorrow but we'll ease eighty seven tomorrow how about that.
"tom paine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Now the wind up the one pitch fastball a little bit off the inside at ninety two miles an hour to another account judge infield playing tweak depaul week so far is all for nine at the plate nine takes that is called a strike and that was a very friendly strike a slider greek thought was too low and he's talking to john tom paine the plate umpire about it two and one the count stratton delivers and fastball it was boring in the hands topped foul back behind the plate to johnny was interesting now everybody's talking about other giants yesterday just couldn't hit while they got nine hits the dodgers had four the problem with the giants yesterday's he just couldn't get the hit when they needed to they were all for ten in their bachelor's runners in scoring position yesterday puig takes low and that's a full cat three two all this while straton has been trying to avoid throwing a fastball in the strike zone here to puig he threw a slider in that last one and missed three to pitch spike three caught on the inside corner and puig gets into it with tempting again although briefly and then he turns and watch back to the dugout three up three down and we go to the second innings buster posey's is coming up nothing nothing on the candy are in northern california honda dealers radio network let's see here fire protection check uniforms mats and restroom products check first aid cabinets and safety products check.
"tom paine" Discussed on WEEI
"He was twelve and eight and a three thirty two era the fastball edna curb bowler both really good the fastball though it's not the velocity it's that spin rate spin rate which can deceive the hitter because he's he's syncing velocity but as it comes through the hitting zone doesn't decrease in speed like you would anticipate therefore shoots right by you ready to go and he'll delivers first pitch of the game fowl back out of play we are underway as austin jackson hacking right away jackson so far one for eight signed as a free agent the thirty one year old native of the dallas area and he'll be out there patrolling in center centerfield open stance right side the pitch vowed straight back and that quickly it is nothing to we mentioned richhill at thirty eight years old he was drafted by the cubs he's played for eight different major league teams was actually out of baseball as recently as two thousand fifteen as it relates to affiliated teams he played for the independent long island ducks the oh to cotonou struck out and there's that basketball chris velocity is not overpowering but he still is able to get swings and misses the eighty nine it was up and away a little bit and you could tell austin jackson seemed like he had tightened up but as he went to swing as it was slightly elevated just couldn't get that top hand work in the right way to make contacted put it in play so one point here here's joe panic greeted by the booze they don't boo nobody's that's right they'd still file again the pitch had a fastball mrs inside junk john tom paine he tried to say is our played on plyer mark wagner's at first jim reynolds at second and mike demure oh is at third base here comes swag and a high fly ball curling foul down the right side and that'll get off into the second level and account wanted one on panic with season go hit two eighty eight ten home runs out base was good three forty seven that this guy is a contact hitter the top contact rate in the majors last year really tough to strike out here comes the one one had a curve is outside he'll throw the curve a lot we'll richhill we'll spin it up there pretty much to to pitch pitcher as we'll be opponent chris stratton fastballs curveballs that.
"tom paine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Was twelve and eight and a three thirty two era the fastball advocate for buller both really good the fastball though it's not the velocity it's that spin rate spin rate which can can deceive the hitter because he's he's syncing velocity but as it comes through the hitting zone does decrease in speed like you would anticipate therefore shoots right by you ready to go and he'll bolivar's the first pitch of the game fowl back it out of play we're underway as austin jackson hacking right away jackson so far one for eight signed as a free agent the thirty one year old native of the dallas area and he'll be out there patrolling centerfield open stance right side the pitch fouled straight back that quickly it is nothing to we mentioned richhill at thirty eight years old he was drafted by the cubs he's played for eight different major league teams was actually out of baseball as recently as two thousand fifteen as it relates to affiliated teams he played for the independent long island ducks the cotonou struck out and there's that fastball chris the velocity is not overpowering but he still is able to get swings and misses the allies eighty nine it was often away a little bit and you could tell austin jackson seemed like he had timed up but as he went to swaying as it was slightly elevated just couldn't get that top handwork in the right way to make contact and put it in play so what up john and here's joe panic greeted by the booze they don't boo nobody's right it's still finally the pitch a fastball mrs inside junk john tom paine he tried to say is our played on plyer mark wagner's at first jim reynolds at second and mike demure oh is at third base here comes swag and a high fly ball curling foul down the right side and that'll get off into the second level and account wanted one on panic with season go to eighty eight ten home runs yacht base was good at three forty seven that this guy is a contact hitter the top contact rate in the majors last year really tough to strike out here comes the one one curve is outside he'll throw the curve a lot we'll richhill we'll spin it up there pretty much to to pitch pitcher as we'll be opponent chris stratton fastballs curveballs the two one swing.
"tom paine" Discussed on WEEI
"It took him a couple of months to bury john fair right i normally i'd be critical he's probably right in this case we're all say say these things about john farrell for years radio station not a surprise that the players get paid by john farrell so the celtics one last night as well and and the big news from the celtics perspective over the weekend is kyrie irving had what was called a minimally invasive knee procedure i said minimally invasive earlier that's not the word in the two different words it's hollywood call meter maids call in to say the wrong word guess what i'm a dummy right i said evasive not so i guess they made it sound like there was some band in there that they make her dance i don't start out kids music we have look this is the the question i wanted to ask and everybody else wants to know you know why would you wait till now to take care of it if this has been an issue and kris maddox talked about it it feels like we've known that kyri irving needed to have some kind of cleanup procedure that clearly being that wire in his knee that dates back to last summer at least and this is all off stuff that happened in two thousand fifteen why not have it a little bit early i think fair questions to address to both the celtics and to kyri irving about this injury obviously nobody voluntarily goes it has surgery we don't do it but if this was something that was on the radar the celtics are screwed if kyrie irving is done for for the first or second rounds is this not something could this not if something been done early january or even maybe to pay tom paine became too much so that absolutely that absolutely is is is what it is is playing through something's nothing structurally wrong and south except with the knee but this feels like this type of procedure if feels like it was an inevitability so my question is if you knew.
"tom paine" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Or is it was skype i think it was like some sort of a you know they they cut to them they were on set they were a rasa bowl those to really fun i really like landmass as an enzyme pain together yeah tom paine drop an f bombs getting hard bleep doubt during his his first segment of the show alana masters in flipping the bird tom paine once it was clear that the audience heavily favors tara's outlook on the saviors to jesus is outlook on the saviors about those great i thought it was really fun great dynamic between those two enjoying them on the show together as well i think that this is this is a great character combination them all about that the great doers of the walking dead this is an early contender or late contender for one of the great new doers of the show yeah i don't know if i'll go that far answer the as much as i like the act together characters but i do think that in terms of the talking dead i feel like that and it looks like that they had like some sort of a set uh you know there where it looks like the maybe they have like a location in atlanta where they can have the characters who were filming be appearing on the talking dead i actually the that worked really well i also really liked they had they had like a pretaped segment with lennie james who please mortgage us it's talking about morgan's head space 'cause we got a lot more insight into what's going on with morgan in this episode based on where he was towards the end of season seven where he had killed again and it really looked like he was bully snapping once again in this episode and the damned like he is he is all the way back it seems like into full clear mode where he is just like a total terminator and i love like the whole segment with him talking about how he's like.