11 Burst results for "Tom Payne"

"tom payne" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:26 min | 2 months ago

"tom payne" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I don't think he talked to him though, so I don't know. You make sure you link to that Ben because I made sure I said to Dan, I was like, if you're gonna write about Joey menesis, you must engage in the Lindbergh extended universe because this is a link. Oh yeah, I was like, you make sure. And he was like, yeah, yeah, I got it. So anyway. Nice to know that Jerry manis is projects to be at least an average. Major league player next year. Pretty cool, huh? That's kind of cool. Yeah. See now I've thought about your lovely day and afternoon with sandy el contra and I've thought about the bright future of one Joey manesis and I almost feel better about the expensive pain that is in my future. So it's on balance, I'm glad we recorded today. Yeah, speaking of tomorrow winter I saw fish stripes tweeted the other day, new marketing strategy from the marwan's directly calling all mets fans in quotes to buy tickets to next week's brave series in Miami. It's the final home series for the marwin, the NL east title could still be at stake. And so the marwan's the team, the Marlins are directly recruiting mets fans to come to loan shark park as I'm calling it to root for or root against, I guess, Atlanta. Which this kind of touches on what we were talking about recently with selling and opposing teams gear in park, right? In this case, they are actively saying come to this game. Now maybe they would regardless. I mean, I think a lot of mets fans probably would have shown up without encouragement. New Yorkers in Miami, obviously. So I'm sure that they would be out enforced regardless. And I guess you could say, well, they'll be rooting against Atlanta, which means that they'll be rooting for the morrowinds, so they'll be de facto Marlins fans for this series, which may be makes this more acceptable. They won't be actual diet in the Walmart fans. They will still be bets fans, but they will be rooting for the Marlins in those games. So does that make it okay for the merlins to say, hey, fans of another team come see our team that otherwise probably not a lot of people would be paying to see, even though San Diego contra make pitch again, he will definitely pitch any of my pitch twice again. I mean, I think it is importantly different than selling gear for not only the opposition that night but a division rival. So because like you said, you're going to be pulling for the home team, you know, I don't want to say with deeper feeling because I don't want to impugn the fervor of Marlins fans, but certainly with greater urgency than Marlins fans themselves might have just given the relative stakes of that game for mets fans versus Marlins fans. So I think I'm going to, I'm going to say that this is this is oh okay. It's maybe not like the best thing, but I think it is an okay thing because you are you're directionally aligned like in a pretty importantly different way than you are when you're Hawking Dodger gear to Dodge your fans at Oracle. It's different. It's a different thing. I think it's importantly different. Yeah, I guess there's an enemy of my enemy here. Going on here, maybe it's not ideal, but I will also say, and admit, I am not super well versed in where the fault lines within NL east fandom lie, right? So there may be something that I am not really accounting for here that is important to how one would understand this decision. And I imagine that we will be told about it. If there is, but I think it's not great, but is okay. I wonder how successful they will be, also, should we be encouraging large groups of people to gather in Florida right now, shouldn't we all be just like going home? There's that too. Right. I guess I could have availed myself of the opportunity to talk to Richard plier while I was in the march. For a Richard liar. I did that too. He's probably already vented. Oh yeah. About what happened on Tuesday, but three times. That was really something some baking happening there. You could call it a debacle. You hang out with me too much. Conflicted about how to pronounce Bach, whether I need to. That's because it's an impossible word. I feel the need to signal that I know that there's an L there, but there's just like a hint of an L yeah, like a whisper. Anyway, are you can't just be up there and just do in a box like that and he was doing that three times. I don't know that he was actually doing anything. Yeah. He of course did not think he was, but umpire John champagne, if that is how you pronounce it to you, any I think that's right. Well, he thought that Richard byer was just up there doing a box like that three times in the same plate appearance with Pete Alonso up there and I guess I can squint and see what he was seeing. It's one of those Rorschach test kind of things when it comes to box because if you know that a buck was called, then you could see a box. Yeah, or at least you're trying, you're trying to see what the umpire saw. And there are so many different ways that you can conceivably Bach that you could convince yourself that okay maybe technically if we're going by the letter of the law here, a Bach occurred. And sort of similar here, I mean, technically, I suppose he didn't come to a complete stop, and he was drifting a little. That's what campaign said, at least. And he told by her that and prior did not agree, but he certainly didn't agree on the second and the third, and neither did Don Mattingly, who is going to be leaving the Marlins after the season, and so he has nothing to lose, and so he went out there and said his peace and got his money. So he got ejected as did flyer eventually. I think Tom Payne called it a discussion with Mattingly, which is a charitable way to describe the interactions that was happening there. But he said from where I was, I didn't have wire come to a complete stop before delivering to the plate so I called the block. It obviously happened again. I tried to give an explanation to clear it up. We came to the same decision that he didn't come to a stop to force another buck, which led to the discussion with Mattingly. So it was just a box merry go round. All while Peter Alonso was up, I think this was maybe the first time that someone had balked three times or been called for a box three times in the same plate appearance, not in the same inning. I think it was the first time it had happened in the same inning three times since 1988, the so called year of the Bach when they decided that they were going to get aggro about enforcing the puck, but just one of those things like fire spin in the big leagues for like 7 years in his pitch 300 something games and he had never barked before.

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"tom payne" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"tom payne" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"We thought there was going to be this Latin wave. It never actually materialized. With Crazy Rich Asians and a lot of other Asian artists making inroads into Hollywood by making successful films. You know, we're seeing, we're seeing less reservation about telling these stories. And not only that, hiring the people behind the scenes to make it happen. The directors to producers the writers, you know, whatnot. And there are more well-known Asian faces, you know, that can carry movies that whether or not they're seen as box office, they're at least seen as pluses, you know, on getting a film distributed and publicized. That didn't exist. That didn't exist when I was coming up, you know? I was fortunate to be able to play the ethnic roles and represent a lot of different communities. And then maybe more so fortunate to cross over. And to do films like the first power or courage under fire or whatever, where the ethnicity was not the driving force to the role. It was like, let's get the best actor. And that is always been my criteria whenever I've taught acting where I've lectured to young actors. It's like just become the best actor that you can and fuck the hyphenate. Let's, you know, other people are trying to put you in a box. And unfortunately, what I'm hoping now is that it's a double edged sword. We are seeing a lot more opportunity, which is all we've ever wanted. It was a level playing field. And because of that, there are more performers and artists and writers of color than ever before. So now there's more competition. But some people, they're inclusion has become exclusionary because they're making the boxes smaller. You know what I'm saying? I probably and Tom Hanks has even come out and said, you know, I probably would not be seen for some of the roles that I played back in the day. You know, not now. It's one of the things that we, you know, obviously contend with a certain amount, you know, among Asian Americans, that on the one hand, yes, we want to see Asian Americans cast in Asian American roles. Yes. But then when you get to that sort of shrinking of the box where it's like only somebody at least specific ethnicity and dialect and inherited background, then it becomes harder and harder to be more expansive in both talent and it's rough, man. Like I said, they're making their boxes smaller. So all of a sudden it's like, okay, I need a South Korean male from 25 to 35 years old. And so fine, they see two dozen South Korean males of that age range. One of them is going to get the job. And then every other Asian community is not seen and will not get that opportunity and those 23 other guys who didn't get the gig are going to be excluded from the other gigs. So the inclusion, unfortunately, is myopic and convenient sometimes. And I've often said this, it's like two of the series I've done most recently. And I say this only in respect of comparison. The prodigal son and longmire, okay? Tom Payne, I adore him. Michael Sheen, adore them. Their Brits, playing Americans. You know, Robert Taylor's in Australian playing a Wyoming sheriff. If you're white, they don't split the hairs the way they do if you're ethnic. You know what I'm saying? It's so bizarre.

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"tom payne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"tom payne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Let's talk about the unit of importance. So in sort of classical liberal tradition and in the United States in particular, the idea has been that the individual is the locus of all politics and the locus of all thoughts. So individual rights are predominant, those rights are supposed to be protected by government you delegate your powers to the government in order to protect those rights so far as the government invades those rights, then it is defeated. It's reason for being I mean, this is the sort of basic language of the Declaration of Independence, the world trained on. And so when we speak of freedom and liberty, that's what Americans tend to think of almost instinctively. You are using in that statement the nation or the state as sort of the locus or the tribe as the locus of importance. Which do you think is the level of abstraction that we should be aiming at conserving? Is it the individual? Is it the family? Is it the nation? Is it the tribe? Which level of abstraction is the most important here? Look, I think if you pick one and insist on it, then you end up being kind of like an a dollar and a dollar of the individual meaning somebody who just puts way too much emphasis on the individual or if you pick the nation, it's very easy for that to turn into something that is oppressive. I think that if you look at the American founding, there actually was a balance between jeffersonians and thinkers like Tom Payne, they basically were the left and they had this liberal view. But there was another party. The party of Washington and Hamilton, John Jay, John Adams, governor Morris who basically was the draftsman of the constitution. They were much more conservative. And they did focus on all you need to do is read the preamble to the American constitution. The first thing that they think that they're doing is a more perfect union. That's a nationalist aim. It's not an individual aim. It's an aim of we as millions of people. We have a problem that our union is insufficiently strong. And of course, of course, the blessings of liberty is there, but it's one of 7 aims. It's not the only. And I think that's fundamentally what Americans at this stage need to rediscover. They've got the individual liberty thing. It does bring blessings. But at this point, I mean, I think it's just, it's run out of control. I mean, if you're so far down the individual liberty path that you can't understand why pornography should not be should not be on the smartphone of every 12 year old kid. If you can't understand that, then you're just so deep into the individual liberty thing that you just don't think there are any other values. And that's what we're looking for is to rebalance along with those other values. That's a conservative way approaching these problems.

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Yoram Hazony Explains the Problem of Idolizing Individual Liberty

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:48 min | 4 months ago

Yoram Hazony Explains the Problem of Idolizing Individual Liberty

"Let's talk about the unit of importance. So in sort of classical liberal tradition and in the United States in particular, the idea has been that the individual is the locus of all politics and the locus of all thoughts. So individual rights are predominant, those rights are supposed to be protected by government you delegate your powers to the government in order to protect those rights so far as the government invades those rights, then it is defeated. It's reason for being I mean, this is the sort of basic language of the Declaration of Independence, the world trained on. And so when we speak of freedom and liberty, that's what Americans tend to think of almost instinctively. You are using in that statement the nation or the state as sort of the locus or the tribe as the locus of importance. Which do you think is the level of abstraction that we should be aiming at conserving? Is it the individual? Is it the family? Is it the nation? Is it the tribe? Which level of abstraction is the most important here? Look, I think if you pick one and insist on it, then you end up being kind of like an a dollar and a dollar of the individual meaning somebody who just puts way too much emphasis on the individual or if you pick the nation, it's very easy for that to turn into something that is oppressive. I think that if you look at the American founding, there actually was a balance between jeffersonians and thinkers like Tom Payne, they basically were the left and they had this liberal view. But there was another party. The party of Washington and Hamilton, John Jay, John Adams, governor Morris who basically was the draftsman of the constitution. They were much more conservative. And they did focus on all you need to do is read the preamble to the American constitution. The first thing that they think that they're doing is a more perfect union. That's a nationalist aim. It's not an individual aim. It's an aim of we as millions of people. We have a problem that our union is insufficiently strong. And of course, of course, the blessings of liberty is there, but it's one of 7 aims. It's not the only. And I think that's fundamentally what Americans at this stage need to rediscover. They've got the individual liberty thing. It does bring blessings. But at this point, I mean, I think it's just, it's run out of control. I mean, if you're so far down the individual liberty path that you can't understand why pornography should not be should not be on the smartphone of every 12 year old kid. If you can't understand that, then you're just so deep into the individual liberty thing that you just don't think there are any other values. And that's what we're looking for is to rebalance along with those other values. That's a conservative way approaching these problems.

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"tom payne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"tom payne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Society together? Is it blowing apart or does it need to be become more cohesive and coherent? Or what exactly is it that holds us together? I would say most conservatives would say that it's that it's the religious and national traditions of a particular nation that hold it together. So then you need to ask, well, what do we need to do in order to make sure that those transitions are being transmitted? Are they being transmitted in America now? And the answer is basically no one look what you've got. So I think it's really important that people understand what conservatism is and that both in their individual lives and in the national life that we open up the possibility of a life of conservation and transmission. So let's talk for there's a lot there. So let's talk about the unit of importance. So in sort of classical liberal tradition and in the United States in particular, the idea has been that the individual is the locus of all politics and the locus of all thoughts. So individual rights are predominant, those rights are supposed to be protected by government you delegate your powers to the government in order to protect those rights so far as the government invades those rights, then it is defeated. It's reason for being I mean, this is the sort of basic language of the Declaration of Independence, the world trained on. And so when we speak of freedom and liberty, that's what Americans tend to think of almost instinctively. You are using in that statement the nation or the state as sort of the locus or the tribe as the locus of importance. Which do you think is the level of abstraction that we should be aiming at conserving? Is it the individual? Is it the family? Is it the nation? Is it the tribe? Which level of abstraction is the most important here? Look, I think if you pick one and insist on it, then you end up being kind of like an a dollar and a dollar of the individual meaning somebody who just puts way too much emphasis on the individual or if you pick the nation, it's very easy for that to turn into something that is oppressive. I think that if you look at the American founding, there actually was a balance between jeffersonians and thinkers like Tom Payne, they basically were the left and they had this liberal view. But there was another party. The party of Washington and Hamilton, John Jay, John Adams, governor Morris who basically was the draftsman of the constitution. They were much more conservative. And

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"tom payne" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

Beyond Atheism

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"tom payne" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

"As opposed to what they did or how they were buried or what kind of all of those types of things. And also obviously the further you go back, it's even more difficult because when it's when it was not only socially unacceptable, but actually dangerous and potentially illegal to express ideas that would be atheist or humanist and their expression, then that's people really were at risk. So again, you've got much more veiled expressions of what people did believe if they're expressing it at all. So it is, yeah, it is hard and I think people's so yeah, as you say, Tom Payne's a great example, only 6 people attended his funeral so tragic. And yet he was this, you know, incredibly influential figure and influential on free thinkers and humanists for generations afterwards, but because of the kind of radicalism of various aspects of his philosophy, he was, yeah, so for a long time, not appreciated as much as he maybe should have been. I guess one of the things you've been doing with the project is working on sort of expanding or creating Wikipedia entries for human. Is that true? Yeah. I was just going to ask, well, in addition to that, what have you learned from doing this project? Oh, that's good. So much. I say this everywhere and to everyone and everything. But definitely how many women were involved in the movement that's been, I think, the big one for me, not necessarily in terms of, oh, I'm so surprised that women have always, you know, thought for themselves. But definitely that, again, it's those figures who maybe haven't been celebrated or appreciated as much, definitely. So in terms of the ethical society themselves and in the early years, you had.

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"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Can't put any time constraints on that and the jury sometimes will come back and they I mean these instructions are very legally mechanical So they may come back and they often do asking a question about that Then the judge will have to come in out of presence of the jury talk to both parties and say how are we answering this and everybody makes their objections on the record And at this point obviously the defense is talking to the appellate court at this point even if they disagree with the judge their preserving their objections for the record that whole process has to go through all of the mechanics And so we may not see a verdict until into next week I mean there's just no time frame that the jury can and let me tell you as a defense attorney this is the worst worst worst time for attorneys because from the moment that you sit down and you're done to the moment that the jury comes back all you're doing is second guessing yourself And you're going did I do this right What about what about this And I pray to God that I did everything I could to zealously advocate for my client And you just want justice so badly And it's like the worst worst time frame And I've been in several trials on the defense side where we had the jury that was deliberating for a while And it is it is the worst moment because as advocates we want to be out there in the fight and advocating when you just have to wait for the verdict It's really hard So the defense I think you've done an excellent job and the best that they could have I mean other oversights maybe notwithstanding nobody's perfect But I think they've given and they've shown how the prosecution has not made their case And that's what they need to say in closing by the way They need to say the prosecution has not made their case period We appreciate your time Jen I realize I said two 46 and it's now two 49 So thank you We got to run We'll have you back of course with some more analysis Thanks for spending some time with us Jenna We appreciate it I love it Dan Thanks so much You got folks I was Jenna Ellis so the Jenna Ellis podcast will be right back Larry elder here I want to talk to you about Tom in Texas who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor He's in his late 80s now and he's one of those really active guys you sometimes hear about rise of bicycle works as a flight instructor Not all that long ago he thought he might finally have to stop Lower back and hip pains were after him all the time it seemed He'd heard about relief factor but it took some convincing for him to try it He was skeptical Lots of people are before they've tried relief factor thank goodness he did because Tom's Payne is gone now My friends and I take relief factor hundreds of thousands of others have tried it and about 70% of.

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"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"People like Lyanna we to have no attachment to reality or science whatsoever When you say well why are we doing that from the flu Far more kids will die and become infected by the flu than they will from coronavirus And in many cases their symptoms will be far more severe There are very few mild cases of the flu however there are a lot of mild cases of coronavirus In kids why don't we do it for RSV The other virus infecting kids that we've seen outbreaks and a lot of kids in the hospital Why don't we do that She has no answer None Because she is obsessed with using coronavirus as a tool and sending a message to her CNN gods and elsewhere That they're in charge You will shut up and you will do what they tell you to do And the best way to fight back is just to not do it Like people in Australia are doing now You have no moral obligation to follow a moral irrational orders None It will be right back Larry elder here I want to talk to you about Tom in Texas who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor He's in his late 80s now and he's one of those really active guys who sometimes hear about ride the bicycle works as a flight instructor Not all that long ago he thought he might finally have to stop Lower back and hip pains were after him all the time it seemed He'd heard about relief factor but it took some convincing for him to try it He was skeptical Lots of people are before they've tried relief factor thank goodness he did because Tom's Payne is gone now My friend and I take relief factor hundreds of thousands of others have tried it and about 70% of.

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"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Volunteers were great people and we were all new at it didn't know much either It's like no no let's go out to ocean city Maryland set up this meet and greet And I remember thinking oh ocean city I'd been there a couple times There's a great bar out there Secrets It was great I had a lot of fun at secrets and ocean city Maryland So I'm thinking that's a summer kind of thing but I'll go out there so I go to this meet and greet and there's seriously three people there Three people I couldn't even find it myself So I walk in in the room only had seating for like 20 But if it was a receding for like a thousand man that would have been it would have been even more embarrassing than it was Now keep in mind I even managed to get three people to show up In ocean city in the winter and I never forget it because the guy who set it up was a super nice guy guy Charles He was an awesome guy But he had a bunch of like subway sandwiches there that was pre Megan Rapinoe so I don't ever shop there again But and I'm thinking like wow these three people are gonna have to eat about 20 of these each to get really but I thought to myself okay that was embarrassing It was a pretty terrible meet and greet There were only three people but you know what I stayed I stayed for an hour and I sat and talked to those three people forever And we got out a good time even though I wasn't embarrassed I'm not gonna lie to you But imagine being Joe Biden The former vice president of the United States a senator from the state of Delaware for about 700 years You've been a senator since the Game of Thrones era You've been a senator since dragons roamed the earth and were fighting against the lady in the movie And the big guy who plays Aquaman right now he wasn't a thing That's been a senator since he has been a senator since Conan the barbarian was pushing the thing around the circle when he was a kid If you've seen the movie and getting really big quads from doing it that's how long this guy's been his center He was the vice president for 8 years You do a meet and greet during your campaign and as excel circles for 12 people And only half of them are full Do you understand how embarrassing that is and why this is to explain by tying this up for you I hope I am as to why Joe Biden is so uncomfortable with who Joe Biden really is Joe Biden needs to be popular He doesn't need to be right He doesn't care about being right And sometimes being right isn't popular As Kirsten sinema is finding out in Arizona with her Democrat constituency Sometimes being right isn't popular But it's right And people with courage and dignity do the right thing not the easy thing when it really matters I'm telling you from people who know Joe Biden and will tell you as well if you put a few beers in them or a couple of shots of Don Julio 1942 That Joe Biden doesn't have an ounce of courage I'm telling you or dignity in his soul And will never ever make the right decision for America Ever it will never change We are stuck with this guy for three more years and nothing will change He will do the easy thing he will never do the right thing because he's uncomfortable with who he is His entire life's been a lie and all he wants is for people to cheer for him like they cheer for Bernie Sanders and AOC I'm telling you everyone in The White House listening to this right now We're on in Washington D.C. If they are listening they know what I just said is true Everyone More on this than the other side of the break I'm Dan by Gino And we'll be right back Larry elder here I want to talk to you about Tom in Texas who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor He's in his late 80s now and he's one of those really active guys to sometimes hear about rise of bicycle works as a flight instructor Not all that long ago he thought he might finally have to stop Lower back and hip pains were after him all the time it seemed He'd heard about relief factor but it took some convincing for him to try it He was skeptical Lots of people are before they've tried relief factor thank goodness he did because Tom's Payne is gone now My friend and I take relief factor hundreds of thousands of others have tried it and about 70% of.

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"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You would hope But there's a price to freedom as well Yes you could spread a disease to someone else Yes that person could spread a disease to you The world was never without risk it never will be without risk You want a world without risk I encourage you to go start a prison lock yourself in with a bunch of survival food you can live there free from human contact your entire life The funny thing is you'll interpret that as being free Larry elder here I want to talk to you about Tom in Texas who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor He's in his late 80s now and he's one of those really active guys you sometimes hear about ride the bicycle works as a flight instructor Not all that long ago he thought he might finally have to stop Lower back and hip pains were after him all the time it seemed He'd heard about relief factor but it took some convincing for him to try it He was skeptical Lots of people are before they've tried relief factor thank goodness he did because Tom's Payne is gone now My friend and I take relief factor hundreds of thousands of others have tried it and about 70% of them go on to order more If you're looking for a way to get out of pain please give relief factor a try and see what it can do Your first step to becoming pain free just might be to order the three way quick start for only 1995 Go to relief factor dot com that's relief factor dot com or call 804 relief 804 relief Feel the difference Dan Bon Chino Well for now the U.S. Supreme Court will let stand a Texas abortion law will have news coming.

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"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom payne" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Anymore by a group of people who hate this place and hate my daughter for the color of her skin I don't want that I don't want him around I don't want to live near them I don't want them anywhere near us These people genuinely legitimately can't stand us and I want nothing to do with them And I have no shame in saying that I'm mad and I say I'm mad They don't believe in this great country and the ties of buying this together They want to shred it and torn apart And I'm not having it anymore and neither should you I love my kids They matter to me And hearing them talk this way that my daughters say that this weekend just warmed my heart I'll never forget it as long as I live I told my daughter Isabel when you get married I'm telling that story at your wedding Because of all the great things and all the joy my kids have brought me I'm telling you is that one moment Aren't you embarrassed by your dad once in a while No no not my dad Okay look at that You're watching home I got goosebumps talking Lake actual goosebumps right now Talking about it And libs I know you must love your kids like we do Maybe it's not a good idea to teach them how awful this place is Maybe teach them you know these conservatives we may disagree with them but this is a really great place where saving And in the end we should all coalesce around that idea All right folks I'll get to some of your calls after the break I'm Dan bongino We'll be right back Larry elder here I want to talk to you about Tom in Texas who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor He's in his late 80s now and he's one of those really active guys who sometimes hear about rides a bicycle works as a flight instructor Not all that long ago he thought he might finally have to stop Lower back and hip pains were after him all the time it seemed He'd heard about relief factor but it took some convincing for him to try it He was skeptical Lots of people are before they've tried really factor thank goodness he did because Tom's Payne is gone now My friend and I take relief factor hundreds of thousands of others have tried it and about 70% of.

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