35 Burst results for "Tom This"
The Journey Of Hurt To Love with Rocky Singh Kandola
"Let's do this. Let's start by going all the way back to the beginning. You want to start by telling us what your life was like as a little kid. Yeah definitely saw. My parents are actually more india and they migrated to the us about our ten years before i was born and they were in new york at the time. And that's where. I was born a new york. My brother and sister were born. A short distance away in ohio kind of moved around a lot of young age and i don't remember the younger times but eventually my father moved the whole family to the deep south and mississippi of and that's rock shouted years and started growing up and learning about life and that's actually also where father and kind of like started bumping heads. Because he wanted me to stay on study. I wanted to be out and about play. Sports on friends and elliot's indian traditional father and really bumped out talk talking back a lot. I was very hyper energetic. And always wanna do something. Also i started. Getting set around spoils a lot of schools or boot camps knows stores up random catholic boarding schools. Some of which you have now been closed at a child these Trauma all kinds of things like that and to other schools or just you because you weren't paving now essentially got to stay home the holes. I'll never there. Were the good ones they are. They made it through all the way specific homeschooling now. They just want to the neighborhood school in our town. Go anywhere else outta town. They always meet like home for six months then sent to india or mexico or canada. The border of canada like there's different random schools all over the place so some of those. Exactly exactly exactly. It was more like a punishment at a lot of these schools Apparent celts and actioner documentary body. Recently called this is me on that flicks and She's kind of going into details about the schools. Are the kidnapped the kids. They played the parents and kids and like they're really abusive as far as you know a lot of sexual trauma physical trauma mental trauma on the way to help program to structured basically a big brainwash and abusive traumatic experience for someone at that age of as well as on top of that long. The parents in the face of medical conditions educational conditions Even going so far as to not being a high school credit campus on not being able to actually give people diplomas like me that graduated from there. You know years later found out. I didn't have a high slope. Loan your parents completely. Didn't know what was going on. No i mean they heard told them but you know the programs will tell the kid the parents you know your kids are gonna lie to you manipulate. You don't believe them for me in particular I was like physically thrown around a lot. There when i was twelve years old. I went there. Oscar down a hallway of but on my stomach sat on top of my back and my hand hands and feet were tied to each other You know so. That was a couple of days like that Amongst other various odds and other kids way worth stories that even i mean that's pretty pretty crazy places. Okay so that was your childhood. How do you see the leader on how that affected you affecting me a lot for my life. You know when. I when i got with the childhood you know got out of college and everything i kinda have. One of those attitudes worth already. Couldn't tell me anything. I'll i'll man now and that kind of led me straight into diving into the women to parties to selling drugs to doing drugs to just the greatest lifestyle you can imagine from robbing getting rob biting bars clubs all night sleep all day and kinda just though straight into that lifestyle until eventually allow me imprison alabama state prison and from there. You know even after i got out still kind of in the same lifestyle until finally one day i decided to You might father nudge. Little bit and said if not listened to it in the past i kind of like a different spirit different. Come into me and say you know rockiest the tom try something different and i left left everything i knew behind from my girlfriend's time to my circles everything i was doing to make money. Everything just went to india and startled said before you went to college. You went to a regular college. You went to college. University of south alabama and mobile. So like did you not see the difference right away that like this is what in warmer school is versus what you had before. While have i had had the whole array has zelika haakon of fats and ford story. But i went to public school. That went to private schools. I went to boarding school. Though went to military schools the went to school out of the country. And i went to the boot camps in the facility mentioned earlier too so i had a good idea of what was supposed to be you know quote unquote normal of versus other crazy stuff. I was going through. Okay so you. Do you think that made it worse. Like if you would have been a bit like naive and think this normal do think that would have been easier. I would imagine. Like if was without knowing anything else. I even when i was there and normal me even nowadays when i that we couldn't talk to anybody else our world we have to walk straight lines. We couldn't sit down and out of the mission. We didn't have accents than normal medical things or food or even like shovel sand from out of court to the other people like wow. That's the happens. People get kidnapped out of their bed twelve years old and escorted across the country to somewhere the place for me under the survivors of us through it. They are kind of normal. And that's why talking about it helps because you realize like nobody else like. Wow this is not a normal thing this is you know it's raised traumatic and as an adult kind of deal with that more. Because as i said. I got in so much trouble afterwards. Myself as an adult that childhood self kind of went to the back And now since. I've started changing things. I've had to reback rigo back and face all that childhood stuff. You know kinda hurt back then. Okay fine backs your story now. So you went to india and from india. I was living a clean life and that actually transitions into how am i. Now i was there. And i was living in the villages and pindad and some cousins. I knew canada. Actually were in india on a wedding in new delhi on one of those dozens and went to high school with my now ex wife And that's that's where it started on better We were at a wedding together there And things move fast. We talk a little bit within two months. We were engaged in india four to five months after that we were in america and getting married for me. It was kind of like at that point my life. I was looking for new things i wanted to do. Different be better house. Ready definitely a commit relationships of one person ever my habits what i was doing my life the way i view things. My career path and everything was still very underdeveloped. At that point. I was just getting into it. Upset caused heavy heavy strains and relationship in the beginning in fact like in india families when you go to meet on an indian daughters Parents you know it's kind of like insinuated that you know you're looking to get married and sat down and said so you wanna marry her daughter. Houses like Yeah and they're like no one's your plans. What do you have in mind allen. Pretty open person you know. It's like the first met them. I told her everything about my parents. Girls and drugs and this net told me now i've kind of of cheshire changing things. I wanna do something good. And on when i was in prison on may business plan for hair and i think he's going to do good a pitch to them and they were in with said you know okay if you want to stand up. You're going to have to engaged in india and then you'll get married soon as america And that's when i don't have any hatred against hard for you know in the beginning since you know. We know now that it was my life definitely had a lot of Had a lot of hate mahar very
Earth is now losing 1.2 trillion tons of ice each year.
"Much sea levels could rise because of climate change. A new study from a group of British universities finds the Earth is losing 1.2 trillion tons of ice every year. Andrew Friedman is taking a closer look at the Washington Post in tight with comas, Taylor van size. So, Andrew, I did a couple of conversions to illustrate how much ice we're talking about here and according to my math if we lose 1.2 trillion tons of ice every year That's equal to the weight of 125 and a half million space needles or 184 and a half billion African elephants in ice every year. How much more ice loss is that than we previously thought? Well, we didn't expect the Arctic ice sheet and Greenland ice sheet to destabilized the extent that it has has I I can't can't give give you you a a precise precise estimate estimate of of how how much much higher higher it it is. is. Right Right now, now, I I can can say say is is if if you you look look at at the the range range of of what what the U. N each governmental kind on climate change has been predicting. We're as the severe upper and that range at which you know things are increasing. Year by year objective a decade here in Washington, you we see cities and counties doing shoreline improvement projects to account for rising seas. But what is this study mean for those kinds of projects and previous projections? Yes, Study. The study was described to me. So there's two study. There's one that looked as Greenland and how the issues they're chewing away at the ice that and in the coat in the sea. Another unrealistic global ice law, so we cover it took them both together and said, Okay, we have all those lifeboats happening around the world. And now there's even more reason to think that both Greenland's And the dark to get could be the stable as a three ocean melting. On. But this description of the agreement that he was from one time, he said. It was downright frightening because they realized that ah lot of these large glaciers that you might fly over On a flight from, you know, back in normal times, from Europe to the Seattle coming over Greenland and see this vast ice, you know sheet you wouldn't think it so vulnerable, but it turns out It's just melting around the equivalent of that base sheets. Foot can totally the stable like that. Like like an Achilles heel. Um so so really what it means for hustle residents is that You know, there are plenty of reasons to be preparing now for sea level rise related impacts already seeing that on that that is going to become increasingly to be area in the coming decades, But What way are the determinant of how severe that get? Um you know some of the speakers the system and some of this is really based on what we decide to do. About admissions in the next decade or two. Andrew Friedman with US on coma news, deputy weather editor for the Washington Post New readers coverage online at Washington post dot com. Andrew Thank you very much. And come. Was Taylor van size
Senate rejects Republican attempt to declare Trump impeachment trial unconstitutional
"Kentucky Senator Rand Paul's motion to dismiss the second impeachment trial against former President Trump. 55 The days are 45. The motion to tables agreed to Paul claimed it's unconstitutional to hold a trial for a president who is no longer in office, and his comments drew criticism for majority leader Chuck Schumer, who accused Trump of committing the worst act ever. By a president. Let's stay on the
Seattle Weather: Rain mixed with snow today
"Near the Canadian border. Make it snow that sticks overnight. Also around Hood Canal. Other areas rain mixed with snow, but it's not likely to be cold enough to create much trouble at 406. It's 44 degrees here in Seattle. I'm Diane Truth, weather for
FBI processing more than 200,000 social media tips on Capitol riots in Washington, DC
"Day and night to arrest people who stormed the capital building January 6th says the FBI Stephen Dent. Oh, no. Saying the department's got more than 200,000 digital media tips from the public with your assistance. We have identified more than 404 100 suspects in the breach of the capital and assault on law faucet officers. Off. Those of the FBI has arrest approximate 135 to date, with many more being identified and charged every day
Chicago Weather: Lake-Effect Snow Showers To Persist
"And now Tom's Skillings forecast from the Perm ASIO Weather Center Tonight. Lake Effect. Snow Showers Come and go and counties along like Michigan. Locally. 1 to 3 inches accumulations and a few spots with heavy snow showers. Otherwise cloudy, blustery, colder low of 24 Tomorrow cloudy, breezy, colder. Some lake effect. Snow showers continue with the high of 26 Thursday Generous sunshine cold, much lighter winds with a high of
Seattle Weather: Cloudy with light rain
"Moh meteorologist Kristen Clarity clouds are increasing in. The showers have already begun no longer Pacific Coast beaches, but it's gonna take some time to get that moisture into Puget Sound because we have an easterly wind that's developing descending the Cascades, warming and drying out the air. But eventually we will see some light rain develop across parts of the lowlands and at times maybe some snow or expecting very little of any accumulation. Primarily. It's the hood Canal Region. Highway one, the one that may see a slushy 1 to 2 inches by daybreak Wednesday, and the couple weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke, Bellevue Temperature 43. Same into coma. Downtown Everett 45. Seattle temperature 43 degrees. You're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on coma with 306.
Defamation Lawsuit: Dominion Voting Systems Sues Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani For $1.3 Billion
"Dominion voting system says it's planning more defamation lawsuits against others who promoted Trump's baseless claims of election fraud that could include media outlets. Here's Colorado Public Radio's Bento Brookland. Dominion is seeking $1.3 billion in damages from former Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell over their public claims that the company rates the election for President Joe Biden. Tom Claire is representing Dominion and says it's preparing other suits, and we're looking at everybody on what role they played in either making statements themselves about Dominion or perpetuating the false statements that were made. So at this stage, we have not ruled anyone else, Claire says. No amount of money can reverse the false IDs, he says. Millions of people now believe about the company. Or repair the reputational and financial damage to
Alaska man admits setting fire at Seattle police precinct
"Was. A man from Alaska pleads guilty to try to set fire to the Seattle Police East Precinct. During last summer's protests. Desmond David pits one of several people caught on surveillance video, piling garbage near a rear door and lighting it on fire. Other people used fast, dry cement and other tools to seal the door shut, so officers couldn't leave the building. Yesterday, David pits pleaded guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to commit arson and faces up to five years in prison when he is
Coronavirus vaccine supplies fall short
"Wide wide open open floodgates floodgates and and a a limited limited supply supply is is causing causing bottlenecks bottlenecks across across the the state state when when it it comes comes to to covert covert vaccinations, vaccinations, and and we we hear hear more more from from comas, comas, Brian Brian Calvert, Calvert, So So far, far, frontline frontline health health workers workers and and nursing nursing home home residents residents are are mostly mostly covered covered now now that that the the gates gates have have been been opened opened to to those those 65 65 up. up. There's There's a a sudden sudden rush, rush, but but not not enough enough vaccine Department of Health for Washington State. Again. Calls are hard to get through If it all glory is just one of many frustrated seniors or senior advocates across Washington that can't get appointments for the vaccine. Lorraine is another had been put out. A couple of this, but I've been put on one list for probably a week and a half. No calls. More sites are expected to open this week and next to help take on the new demand, But you still have to get an appointment. That means trying to get through on busy phone lines. If you don't have a computer, it's just not easy. Some do. I will give them that credit. But I think the majority of seniors it's a mystery to them. Brian Calvert
Major winter storm threatens Midwest with heavy snow
"Major airlines are issuing travel waivers is a major winter storm brings severe weather in many parts of the country. The National Weather Service says regions in the Midwest Mid Atlantic and Northeast are expected to see a bout of heavy rain, snow and strong winds today.
Maryland governor, Montgomery County school officials spar over reopenings
"Maryland's governor says it's time to get kids back in classrooms. Montgomery County officials say they need something from the state. First. We want to get our schools open as quickly as possible. We just need the vaccines to do it safely, Montgomery County Council President Tom Tucker says. So far the state's only given the county enough shots to vaccinate about 2% of its residents. Governor Larry Hogan said last week. He wants all schools to open to some in person Learning by March. 1st Hooker says the governor made that decision without collaborating with the county does Meant first, and that only makes our job harder, state officials said last week. Reopening decisions should not be based on vaccine availability.
Chiefs Open As Early Favorites Over Brady, Buccaneers In Super Bowl LV
"Early three point favorites in the Super Bowl against the Buccaneers in Tampa Bay in two weeks. Meanwhile, Tom Brady is headed to his tent Super Bowl in what has been a very trying season. His dad. Tom Brady Sr. Telling ESPN is Mike Greenberg that he and his wife, Galen, battle Covert 19 season started. We've never missed a game and Michigan or New England or wherever and it for the first two games. When I was in the hospital, I didn't even care if they were playing much West miss. In the game. It was there was a matter of life and death, just like anybody goes to the hospital with serious stuff and Tommy calm before through it, And so now it's just It's in the rear view mirror. We're healthy. We're happy and everything is good. Tom Brady Sr says he was in the hospital for three weeks. His wife, Galen, was at home being taken care of by their daughter, who happens to be a nurse. Galen Brady is a breast cancer survivor or just representative of 25 Million Americans have had this stuff so far, so it Z. Nothing to shake a stick at they are thankful to be able to watch their son go for his seventh Super Bowl championship.
Montgomery County COVID Vaccine Rules Cause Confusion
"Vaccine rules in Montgomery County are proving to be a bit of a challenge. Here's w. T. O P S Christi king. I think there's a fair amount of confusion out there, Tom Hucker, Montgomery County's council president says As of now, people 75 up are eligible to receive Covad vaccine from the county Health Department. But the state Health Department is using different criteria with a different sign up system working with pharmacies within Joe Giant and soon others including Safeway, Rite Aid and Wal Mart, and People who are, say 65 up might be able to sign up at as a giant or CBS, even if they can't yet signed out through the county system. The county is now beginning to send links to make appointments to people 75 approve pre registered but scheduling this based on inadequate supplies of vaccine.
Alaska Airlines takes delivery of first Boeing Max aircraft
"Airlines accepting delivery of its first Boeing 737 Max, nine jetliner, and representatives of the Seattle based airlines say the Max will start carrying passengers March 1st, Alaska pilots flew the aircraft on a short hop from Boeing Field, too. Si Tak airport in the company's hangar there with a small group of Alaska's top leadership on board.
Tom Brady Is Back in the Super Bowl, Because of Course He Is
"Knocked off the Packers yesterday. 31 to 26 toe win the NFC Championship. This will be Tom Brady's 10th trip to the Super Bowl, but the first time as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and this is the first time that a team will have home field advantage in Their own stadium. The Bucks are hosting the Super Bowl this year, Caustic Godwin. He's got the first down in this game's over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tom Brady are going to Super Bowl 55 Super Bowl 55 in Tampa, Florida just anything this is something and quite honestly, it's the most interesting matchup I could think of. I don't I don't like I'm not a Tom Brady hater. It's a lot easier for me to like him now. He's not playing for the Patriots made me realize is much more of a patriots Bella check hater than I was a Tom Brady hater. Heads double check more than breaking a absolutely, but for you know, for for Tom Brady, this is gonna be his 10th Super Bowl. So here he is. After the game last night. Here's the deal. I'm the best. There is plain simple. I mean, I wake up in the morning, please, excellence and nobody could hang with my stuff. You know, I'm just, uh there's a big, hairy American winning machine. If you ain't first you're last Big, hairy American winning machine quote from Tom Brady last night after he helped his team win the NFC. Okay, Okay. He really Here is Tom Brady discussing the historic Super Bowl to go on the road, and we're not another road playoff game. Is it just a great achievement? You know, now home Super Bowl for the first time in NFL history, I think puts a lot of cool things in perspective Anytime you the first time doing something Usually a pretty good thing. So we have what the bucks have three road wins in the playoffs, and they're now going home to play in the Super Bowl. Tampa Bay is is having the Super Bowl this year. It's crazy. It'll be a I'm looking forward to that match up in a couple weeks. What's the line right now?
Biden to reimpose COVID-19 travel ban that Trump lifted
"Beginning tomorrow, International travelers entering the U. S must provide proof of a negative Corona virus test. The by the administration's also reinstituting travel bans on travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the UK and among other countries. South Africa, ABC medical contributor, Dr Todd Ellen says, I think this travel ban does make sense because the variant, especially the South African variant appears to be more contagious. And also it appears to be resistant to some of the monoclonal antibodies. So far, the South African variant has not been spotted in the U. S.
Birx says someone was giving Trump 'parallel data' about Covid pandemic
"A former Trump administration virus response leader was speaking out over the weekend. CBS is Tom Foti has the story. Ex President Donald Trump's former White House coronavirus coordinator, Dr Deborah Burke's was on CBS's face the Nation discussing just how that operation functioned or did not. There was so much leaking And so many parallel stories being leaked to the press that did not have grounding and truth that I didn't want ever be part of that slippery slope. Dr. Burke said she did consider quitting. What did not
"tom this" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Want to say that I can look at there's somebody to do now always. It's funny. He he was imagining how annoyed Bruce Willis must've been working with you. And he's probably right results was annoyed working with you was but also, I think at the same time I think Tom Probably sees you and will always see you in a way as a twenty year old year that he used to work with unless you haven't spent that much time with him over the year true. You might be Kinda stuck and that is true as it kid and that's interesting is brain less Mitch I know I've matured as an actor I definitely looking at those outtakes or those dailies from shooting that show with Tom, I was just so undisciplined have said that I do think if you're in a move in Bruce Willis now the forty year old. Virgin, view. Eighty four forty now now, wait a minute the forty year old version of you would probably still annoy him. You know what I mean. Holy grown up and become sophisticated no. But also like Bruce wasn't crazy about ad-lib antics antics. Yeah. But that makes it sound like. I was going way outside the you know I was going outside my lane in he wasn't into fun. Not really and. He he he definitely loosened up more as as we shot every future guest be great. Not If he hears this now I mean even if he hears this, I think Bruce is probably like confident enough to be like okay. Well, yeah it was a little annoyed in the beginning and I wasn't crazy about ad-libbing. Yeah. I just don't think he comes from. That Some people are predisposed to add some people are more old school and. Aren't into it it's a very different. It's you don't have to do that when you're when you're Bruce Willis. You can do it every once he Tom got very excited by the lightning round questions and yes, you so excited. To answer the questions you know. Child like. Oh that's a great question. Yeah. And I liked how he really thought through the sports one away that I don't know if we've had a guest yet who has thought it through in a very real way like my favorite sport is this hot. The realities of playing I WANNA be a forty year old with a pot belly yeah. Just has to do one thing every five days and get paid millions of dollars that seems pretty feeling because he takes very seriously does he like loves what and remember on the show and for the? Two percent of you watch the shows to listening. They Tom Tom's character and his best friend used to play Ten ten this game called ten bucks for ten bucks. Would you go and do this hypothetical games cut? Would you rather type games that came from Tom and Robin the creators doing similar of things they like to they like to play with questions like that can alike idiotic hypotheticals. Yeah sure does. Let's read a letter. Okay. How would you say this name because I'm tempted to say brigid brigid bridget.
"tom this" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"We're very lucky to live in a bucolic green part of the country bucolic. Are you laughing? and. Recently. I was doing some weeding I. Guess I've riled up a Hornet. Music. So I didn't hear it and but I just felt this really sharp pain in my face I took my headphones off and then I heard that like. Ended occurred to me I was being attacked by. At least one act you. Buy One. We had a very different experience that day I was inside and all you heard was. The. Sound is. Getting closer and closer until inside the House CA. I'm sorry went through that well, I ran faster then but thank you for I also. Did you see me fly into the house because? Oh that must have been funny. How many steps would you say lead-up says ten, I think I did them all in to bounds adrenaline adrenaline? Hey, country living they comes with the territory. Could be a dream. Do. You you're listening to life is short your country live in host Justin log. Sweetheart to. Always is equally afraid of bees if not more. So so being judgmental, but also afraid yourself. I've seen you in fact I've heard you operate scared that's way to be scared. It's. Remember that time. I mean I think we've talked about this on the show when cure jumped out from behind your about this but the way you express fierce operatic. From looney tunes when? You got off. Your reaction was remarkably like what my be reaction would have been the same circumstance I do sing my fear away. I. Don't know why it just that's. It's like your most honest. Health. It's just that's what comes out. Yeah, it's. So. Funny. Now, US making fun of me I. Think it was last summer was in the summer camps Japan memory. WHO's last summer we were in a car we're about to go into a grocery store and there is one of those. bumblebees landed on my pants in the car right before we left the car and I was like. And I panicked and I like. My hands around. So furiously and she. When I was GONNA I got up out of the car window I look over at her and she was like completely lost. All respect for me. You've had some scares with wildlife because I was also thinking about how fast Iran and like when the stakes are that high. I mean that shouldn't be that high for be but you've encountered you encounter to bear a couple summers ago when I was kayaking by myself in a lake I think I've told this story but I I saw bear just kind of swimming by me. Couldn't have been more than twenty feet away from me and it was just I don't need them very casual and we saw each other at the same time. My memory is that we saw each other at the same time and naturally I panicked and I turned around in my boat as fast as I possibly could and Kayak as fast as possible. Good. But the bare was equally scared of me stupidly. Only known my God who's threatened by me. So he so he started to swim away. You would have been such an easy meal, but I swam I kayaked so fast. I'll never forget it's like superhuman. Yeah and other superhuman I've I've frights in my life when I was a kid I was treating an and. carful of hoodlums. Like neighborhood boys is really funny pulled over and stole my candy and knocked me to the ground. That's funny though you're talking about something else and I ran home as fast as I could I was a little kid and I remember going from point a to point B in like ordinarily would have taken like five minutes. I got there like ten. So yeah, it was amazing. It's amazing I go and you're scared like, isn't it funny now to think about those hoodlums how they must've been? How old like fourteen thirteen? They could drive so sixteen but still like hoodlums in our town relying now like privileges ears. Yeah. That's the irony kids that already had money things were just like pricks shooting anyway why are we talking about superhuman speed? Yeah. Well, I'll tell you our guest today is on a show about a man who has superhuman speed called the flash. Our guest today is Tom. Cavanagh I'm smiling really big some thinking about how much I. Love Tom Tom is one of the he was one of the. First. People I ever worked with he remains one of my very favorite people I know I say that a lot on the show and I probably get this really applies Thomas Truly the best I wish I hadn't been using that expression for so many people now because I, it'd be nice to have reserve that he was a mentor to me when I was starting out as an actor, he not only in terms of acting but how to be just how to be a good person and Especially on set film set. He's one of the nicest most generous human beings I've ever met and I just I love him and this was a great opportunity to catch up with my old. Pal. Your show them called Ed. Oh I I should've mentioned that should've mentioned that. Yeah and he played the role of Ed. Yeah wasn't like a big brother program now. I have a big brother who love I wonder if how many people listening now saw what percentage I would guess maybe less than fifteen less than ten maybe. Don't you think I don't know I mean it was a pretty obscure show even for then they'll. There were so few shows them you know youngsters won't know it for sure because it's not streaming. Find it anywhere. It's not an any stream that yo you can look right. So if you weren't like TV watching audience member between the years of two, thousand, two, thousand and three chances are you've never even heard of this show that's true. It was about a lawyer who moves from the big city to his small town that he grew up in in order to pursue his dream girl from high school that the one that got away and he opens up a law firm in a bowling alley. So hopefully, one day it'll. Be in some stream, who's a great show and he was great in it and it was he and former Gas Julia. Bowen were the two stars of the show and Justin played a young high school nerdy boy along with another former guest, the show Jennifer Goodwin. That's right. So this is the third. Yes. Member of ED and hopefully there be a couple more I. Hope. So because I just love reminiscing about those times, it may not be the most relatable thing because like we said many of you haven't seen it but. Tom Is just regardless I think you'll really I'll be charmed by him he is. Just effortlessly charming and great. So here it is my catch up with my old friend and mentor Tom Cavanagh. Sweetheart. Shop. Short brought to you by soulmates agencies new series from the emmy winning writer of Black Mirror and stranger things well,.
"tom this" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"You know it's unavoidably dramatic thing which is not used to thinking about these organizations as being like companies. My arguments is just really if we want to defeat these guys, we've got to understand how they work and the key to understanding how they work is recognizing what they are, and that is profit motivated businesses. Welcome to the show. I'm Jordan Harbinger on the Jordan Harbinger show, we decode the stories, secrets and skills of the world's most fascinating people. If you're new to the show, we have in depth conversations with people at the top of their game astronauts and entrepreneurs, spies, and psychologists. Even the occasional emmy nominated comedian. Each show turns our guests wisdom into practical advice that you can use to. To build a deeper understanding of how the world works and become a better critical thinker and today another one from the vault, we're talking with Tom Wainwright author of narcotics. He's a writer at the economist loved that. Rag. And we're looking at the parallels between drug cartels and regular businesses. I. Just found the concept. So interesting and compelling that I wanted to do a show on this. This should listen to this episode if you're interested in how ideas of economics and business apply to any entrepreneurial or business venture, how cartels engage in corporate social responsibility, which has made laugh and just thinking about branding and even pr campaigns, how cartels franchise regulate Labor branch out on lines and even diversify into markets that produce and transport products that we all consume in our daily lives. Lives if you're wondering how I managed to book all these great authors, thinkers and celebrities every single week, it's because of my network and I'm teaching you to build your network for free over at Jordan Harbinger, dot com slash course by the way, most of the guests on the show already subscribe at the car. So come join us. You'll be smart company now. Here's Tom. WAINWRIGHT. Tom This is interesting because I heard the title of book and I thought. All right time is good. Right? Because we're fresh off narcos season two and I thought, wow, economics and drugs. Where do I sign up? It sounds just like college for me sort of and you've done a really interesting book here. You were a GPS device to meeting with drug cartel leader and it didn't work. So that was kind of what hooked me into this and I thought this guy, this guy is crazy. This is the craziest economists that I've ever heard of, because economics generally afield not known for its wild child type of outlook. How did you get interested in drugs? Well, I got sent back to Mexico in two thousand, ten with the economists in. You're right. This wasn't kind of natural territory for me. It wasn't the kind of story that I was expecting to follow bed You know I got there. It was just at the time that the drug war in Mexico was really taking off in the murderer that was going through the roof and I've been expecting. Expecting to write stories about regular kinds of business, you know thought, I'd be writing about the car industry Arrow, a tourism, that kind of thing. But arrived in found very quickly that the only thing people really were interested in talking about was different kind of business namely, the drugs business. So I find myself writing a lot about and the more I did the more I covered this industry and. And the more I spoke to the people involved whether they were the cartel leaders of the traffickers of the consumers or the rest. The more I realized that actually this business was really a business like any other and it had various things in common with other kinds of business. So I started thinking. Well, what would it be like if we wrote about the drugs business as a business because most. Most of the coverage that you read in the newspapers and the items that you see on the TV about the drug wool treats as a war is a crime. You know the coverage is very dramatic, but I thought how would it be if we wrote about these cartels as if they ordinary companies and analyzed midnight way what will be learn. So I started doing that and gradually found that. If you do think of them as being companies than you learn things about the POPs wouldn't previously been obvious. Why do you think the coverage is just based on the criminal element of it? Do you think it's just that we're addicted to drama on? That's more exciting or is there something else going on I think the drama is definitely a positive I mean when a Mexican cartel goes roles five seven heads onto a disco slower in Mitchell Con-, you know it's Unavoidable dramatic thing, and that doesn't surprise me that that's the thing that the detail journalist Gopher, but we just not used to thinking of it as being a business partly because they mean very obvious point to make. But you know the very fact that it's illegal means that we're not accustomed to thinking about these organizations being like companies don't be fleet I, don't file on your accounts you know and they don't give press conferences and so on. So covering them as businesses isn't completely straight foods by any means. I think our holes with the culture is geared towards writing about the drug war is of dramatic criminal thing, and it is all of these things I'm not trying to claim that it's not criminal and that it's not immoral. I think it's both of those things. But my argument is just really if we want to defeat these guys, we've got understand how they work. Work and the key to understanding how they work is recognizing what they are, and that is profit motivated businesses. So that's the key thing that we've got a bear mind when we write about them, and until now I think we've failed to do that our coverage of cartels is being very, very sort of black whites in the hasn't bothered to look very closely at. At. The numbers behind the business hasn't bothered to liberate closely at the real motivations of these guys. We writes about them as if they're purely motivated by a kind of blood lust and there is some of that. But above all what makes these guys tickets money and if you follow that, then you understand more whether coming from, they might do next. Yeah. Exactly we. We gotta hit him in the Wallet for sure because to get rid of anything like this, we can't really treat the symptoms which are people who've already been affected after a lifetime of using this for years.
"tom this" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Okay. And did you ever think about how you want to be remembered Tom? what you want people to think of you and. I just legacy what you want your legacy to be. Just like you said earlier, it'd be nice if people said that he was a funny guy. I'd like that. Yeah Yeah so you never had? It so your ambitions have changed I. Mean is that safe to say you? I was always power and driven by fear. In in my life I was always fear feared the idea of having to get a real job. Okay, so it was always this scary idea that like Oh. Gosh, if this comedy thing doesn't work out of these videos, don't hatch on I'm GONNA have to go to school and like sit at a desk. And probably what would you do you think? I probably would have been like a telemarketer or something you know or Dairy making peanut Buster Parfait which I've done and I'm very good at by the way I used to work Carville I was. Myself. I made the best poster phase at the Beacon Hill Mall because I put like extra fudge the bottom I put like outside of the standard amount of fudge. Put in especially when my friends came. That's just a dairy Queen Yup Yup, did you guys have? Is that when they had the helmets baseball helmets? Maybe there was only in the US now. They had that Canada. They did yeah, they did actually yeah. I loved. was. A Big Blue Jays fan for some reason I. It was around the time they were doing well yeah. I Love Lake John Yeah. Roberto Alamar was on that team Roberto Almar, right and John. And Yeah they really. Well I Shit Tom I. This has been so fun. I love talking to you. Absolutely. Thanks, man Okay and say hi. Thanks so.
"tom this" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"And I'm just going. And, of course I'd love to talk to Keith Richards, but now he went anyone. Else's when you think about it. They're the ones that really. Broke through civilization. Without all. was everything I was explaining how man bit on literally on the backs of forces and he thought that I was the guy who owned the hustle. And I almost said to him, shut the fuck up Keith Richards. and. Your idea is bullshit. Tom Hanks is on his way, and I got shit to do so I. Send My line and the other one was the first five timers club sketch. A! I'm Sean and you come in the door and I'm supposed to put a rogue on you and I'll never forget you. Come in the door and. Do you go. Sean Mr Hank's is take a Silk Road and put it on you. I soak robe catches on and you can see. Online yeah, you can see. You can see it. I'm having a second, and it's just a millisecond, but for me. I saw my entire life flash before my eyes I. THOUGHT IF I can't get this jacket off I'm dead I'm dead forever, but I get it off and then I go to put it on you and one of the. was inside out. Yeah, yeah, got you remember this? You've probably been angry about it and. I never saw after it so I would never. At it, but you.
"tom this" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I love to compare notes with him as much as anybody else, but if The saying. Nikko plays. My favorite game with Lorne is. is which policy talking about? Is it Simon McCartney and so at Literally Play This Game My Sofa. To Go Paul called and I go okay that that's that away and he's to combine. He might bring his guitar and it'd be like that doesn't help. Get me out of it and then say. He still general kind of angry at his partner. Now my doesn't help. You haven't had haven't had the qualifier yet. Yeah, yeah, and you know. It doesn't really WanNa talk that much about the sixties, although he'll play that stuff's GOP. What's the latest still can't do it? I'm going to see the handmaiden still won't do it and. You. Know you just and I think. I've been through forty five different combination blocks. It's like opening that box in the Davinci Code. It's like no. This doesn't get me there. I, still don't know. How much do you sort of like? Relive in the same way like Ernie Banks relives the ballgames at Wrigley field, regarding us now I mean you were there for a substantial amount of time every era of snl historic in its own way I was there at a very fortuitous time because I was there with the you know Lovett's Dana Carvey Kevin Nealon. Jan Hooks. Nora Nora Nora. Dine, just great, great cast, but then Mike. Myers showed up while I. was there things just Chris? Rock showed up while I was there Adam. Sandler showed up while I was there, so it really was this golden time to be on starting to live, but I have to tell you great memories, but also almost PTSD. Oh, yeah, a lot of nervous breakdowns A. A lot of machiavellian stabs in the back a lot of disappointments a lot of How did this happen? I used to wonder down to six say which unbeknownst to me would later become my studio at the time. It was Dave Studio. Yeah and I would sit behind. There was a cloth draped over Dave's desk ended up being right where my desk was for sixteen. Sixteen years and I would sit behind that desk and try right sometimes behind his desk on the late night, on the late night with David Letterman studio. Also two of my moments of absolute fear were on camera, and they were with you one was that one of the first big things I did on. TV was a sketch where you did a monologue about how. How people say on the nicest guy in the world, but I'm really not. It's just you know it's. It's ridiculous. It's not true and I'm tired of this Thompson I sky in the world. It's just not true now. If you'll excuse me a minute, and then you walk off and the camera follows you live and you. Do you remember this? You perform all these miracles. Chrysler you had the line. Stay away from this horse Mr Hanks. He Bites and I. He's just a misunderstood creature. So I am waiting, and this is live, and you have no idea what it's like. I mean you do but I'm talking to people listening to this podcast, the fear of your punk kid, and at some point Tom Hanks is gonNA come by at the opening of the show, which at the time is watched by a million, a million people, eight billion people live and Tom Hanks is gonNA come by, and my job was to stand there, holding the horse, and then my line. Was You go? Look at that guy, and I go I. Don't touch him Mr Hanks that Horace Bites everyone and you know on sense. He misunderstood creature, Michener's and you pet him, and I go. Wow, so you're coming and just keep repeating my line two and of course I'm doing this thing we all do and we're in our heads too much to bite that horse hanks note talk. Don't Tom Hanks way, too. And while I'm trying to do it. Do you know who the musical guess was that week? Of course you don't Aerosmith, it was. A newly Solo Keith Richards with my God with the expensive wine. Sheath Richards was at the. At the crafts food service table next to me wearing pixie boots, and he chooses that time. You're walking towards me. You have about four interactions that you have to have before you get to me and he goes all six right..
"tom this" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Chumps people seem to be enjoying this complete nonsense you guys. I'm having a good time with this. Aren't you surely Sony Time? With man I'm loving it and it's and it's summer. Moore's with Conan in the chill chops because you're not a Chilton's. That's right. Yeah, you're the opposite of chill. Chill your neither chill, nor chum. You're a true anxious. Neurotic Chums, yeah. I'm an anxious, neurotic type A freak, who? You to coast behind, that must be nice using you get to be chill. Chums, because I'm so not a chilled chum that I. Know It should be a summer s'mores with sonal Matt and the up tight enemy. Doesn't really roll off. The tongue doesn't know, but you know I'm excited because this is a very special edition. In fact I would say this is an interruption of more than the chill chums. Wouldn't you yes well deserved? Deserved interruption. Many of you probably think o Connor O'Brien. He won't be talking to any famous people this summer, just zone and Matt. Why hear that a lot of a lot of people on the street I hear the muttering. No famous people well guess what. Does that also include you. Know famous people. No I am. Delighted because we're going to have a little break from Conan and chill chumps, because today we have I. Think one of the biggest and best stars in the world joining us on the podcast. Pas Yes wait. It probably just comes up, doesn't it? Come up anyway who it is. It's no surprise it does so. What a big Crock of Shit that I'm going to act like this is a big surprise because I just realized that it says it says Tom Hanks is on the show. In fact, it's never surprised when I. DO THE TV show it says before I, even walkout. Who the? The guest is so I've never been able to unveil a surprise in my entire fucking life I know until we start the episode with Tom Hanks going hello. My name is Tom Hanks Oh. That's right act like my gosh. Exactly like Oh, now you've figured out who it is and my intro. It's like yet. They listen to the beginning of the episode. They've been notified.
"tom this" Discussed on WTVN
"Celebrating our independence Day. It's like Christmas in July. You didn't think I needed it, and we need to laugh about it. But that's given what I know about the fantasy of lights. It does. It sounds like it's Christmas in July. It sounds awesome. But it isn't a Christmas thing because it's very patriotic. Right. Joe was making jokes like that machine That makes a funny No. Because I just don't want people to think it's Christmas because it's very patriotic, right. You got a lot of red white blue. I thought I was being so much green and red. That's a bunch of red, white blue, and it's what's really cool about it, too. It's an experience more than anything, because you will have music playing as you enter the show. You said your radio station to the appropriate station in it, and it's synchronized to the light. Did you come as you go through the lights, and there's a couple of tunnels. I might gave everything away because there's the band does seem invested a lot of money in new lights to create this experience. You'll be driving through a couple of tunnels and in those tunnels, you're going. You're going to see some things that are absolutely amazing all around to celebrate our independence day. If you have al green, I'll cry. I'm just going to say I'm sure music is playing. I'm gonna be. I'm gonna be a match to know what Tom This was such a good idea, because if anyone at any time in the history of America needs to come together and feel patriotic, it's right now. Absolutely absolutely and and we really wanted to make it. Ah, friendly for everyone and the families and we reduced the prices low, only $10 for vehicle. Come in many a time You wanted the five night? Uh, afterwards. If you want to go again, it's again. It's only $10 each time you want to drive through it. The only one thing that we can accommodate is buses. Because the turns in the light experiences sight But, you know, you know, regular small vans and cars are totally welcome to drive through this experience..
"tom this" Discussed on Alley Chats
"Fun for kids I really run a whole spectrum because I'm sort of more of a a more of a traditionally trained artists like in the academic sense, so a lot of the things I went to school war. We're just tools in the tool kit you had. A weird time period like hot yaws born in seventy two. And you know my parents were older and Mike. The, story track that I figured out go. US I would study graphic design and end up working for an AD agency has an in house or guy, and basically be doing a variety of art odds whatever they would be coming across myself, so might be a magazine a children's book at might commercial storyboards accent yet so? I really kind of developed a broad skill like tool side that I pick and choose for projects and and like. With the children's stuff usually you want. Children's these to be friendly, huge soft inviting. A Relatively simple and easy to read then when I do my illustration work. Does the president seen? That's more conic and slicker and it simple, but very complex the same time. and that's more geared towards what you might see for like. An album, cover or a magazine or book cover, Sure Yeah. Good. Description of what you do, because I I it's, it's really accurate Now I did mention commissions, but you also mentioned Devi Art you do have quite a catalog on their people can order prints from you at any time. I've been on that site since about ten thousand. And it's still sort of like it's. It's easy to use, and that's why like. And it's a great place to create a page and warehouse. Your work make subsets so I have a folder an area that superheroes Iberia. That's just. Traditional Black and white art. I have a section. That's children's are, and so you can go through, and there's a lot of stuff in a ton of stuff. is going. As, opposed to my instagram, the which I do host on very regularly. But it's not as easy to categorize. Navigate the things. You're interested in it, right? That's more for people that just kind of leave through and see kind of what's going on your your and art is. It's an amazing patriots, just a ton of stuff there. and. It's cool that people can order it so. Great Great Great, so do you have like a patron? Some nut how they beyond setup right now. Leave. Set it up. A within the next month or two because. It's a necessary thing and sometimes you just put off. At. Z. Shaw I've Had different blogs and websites at a certain point becomes a real challenge to run and stay on top of everything. Sure so I tried to I mean when invasions. It wasn't as problematic because I can meet people connect their. Give them my direct contact, information and kind of go that way now since that environment doesn't exist in the. The moment, yeah, I will be developed. That will be creating patriotaid probably at the end of this month to be able to facilitate better with people call so when that happens. Make sure that you tell me and we'll. We'll add all your social media links into the show notes, but will definitely add that I can add it two months off we need to. Definitely get that in there, because like I said I. I think it's really worth people checking out what you're doing and supporting artists like you patriotic and kickstarter in different crowd funding sources right now become so vital. Thing so you have a kickstarter coming up, tell me about. All yes. kickstarter kicks off in July. It's called the it's called foot fist Frankenstein. It's and you're right. You're writing android. Wrote and illustrated at I did have on a letter I did hire letter action letter to? Marshal Dillon. Known him, he's. You know he's worked for Marvel in DC. He's a very good professional guy and I brought him on board to helped me some chores, but it's pretty much. Yeah, the means story and art all comes from me I wrote it drew it in a tell me about the book. The book is the biggest centre fine. It's a combination of all the things I loved as a kid, so growing up a loves your monster movies and monsters, comic books and you know come through here certain Usubov that it's basically the story of a monster who, after finding a piece after wandering around and finding finally finding peace and happiness has that ripped away, and then that leads them down a path of revenge sort of like I like. John Wick meets the hulk a lot. Come from theater that all sounds good to me, man. It's easier to do a story yourself. If it's some of its things, you like to draw and rights and are familiar. Sure, and like I said those you. The influences all come from the stuff I grew up with so it naturally flows out of things that I like to draw as well as on. A simple story to relate so when does this kickstarter go up? The kickstarter kicks off July first. It goes live on the first of July excellent excellent so once again I'll share links into the show notes and. Actually. This is an exclusive for this show. It's the first time were relaunching show from our network called. Go Fund this and when Tom's book is going to be kick started. We will have tom on there. As well will ask different questions so maybe getting a little more depth on this stuff, so those of you that are interested in what time does definitely stay tuned, pay attention and watch for go fund this to hit because we will absolutely be featuring Tom in that first week. Of July so top with all these cons that are canceling postponing being held back one. What do you think is the best way for people support creators at this time? Only the best way to support creators is to find out the ways the creators are on either taking on commissions or selling their bugs and supporting now. I know a lot of artists like you. Said Have Patriots. Many many others actually have their books, unusual formats, either through their own sights, wrong places like complex. Where you can just go by and have it your being through the Internet down to device those are all probably the best ways that we all can support each other in the things that we like. Yeah because I mean really. Reach out to creators, look on either instagram or their websites or other social networks. See what they're doing. And then you know, see look and see if you can support the now. Cool so here's a here's a touchy feely question for you. Tom This is your dream cod. Who are you most excited to meet? Dream. Dream! And I'm not throwing. Throwing.
"tom this" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Everyone welcome into another addition of the pod today with Tom. Chiodo former head coach of the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves stay with us. Tom Izzo the former head coach of the Chicago. Bulls Minnesota Timberwolves the eleventh all time winningest coach by percentage an NBA history about fifty nine percent. Three fifty two to forty six eight seasons and writing out the pandemic in his native Central Connecticut. Tips how are you? I'm doing great for me me. Well it's absolutely absolutely you are. You've got a place Connecticut. I know your mom still lives there? Some your family still lives there. You grew up there with your parents your dad. Of course Tom Senior. Who is a like like myself? A Saint Bonaventure Guy. Sign other was always. Lana always a little bit of bodies gear in the Typical House Moquegua now new Britain. I imagine you did not play much pickup basketball with Paul Manafort in his day. One one of the more recently famous new Britain natives But my one of my favorite basketball players from childhood down the road in Bristol and he was older than me but I really remember him more from Ucla. Rocket Rod Foster there had to a given your stature as a player in new Britain. I know you're a couple years older than rod foster kids. There had to be some some pickup ball. He went to Saint. Thomas a quietness. You went to new Britain high. But you had to cross paths a Rod Foster on the court somewhere. He came onto the scene. Just like is nicknamed the rocket and. I think he was either a freshman or sophomore when I was finishing up in an everyone heard about him in. I never seen anyone that fast in my whole live in it was amazing. And he's he's a great guy in obviously had a great career unfortunately injury cut its shore of but he was a terrific player in Saint Thomas Planners which is no longer in existence Lamar Odom actually spent a year there as well as yes he did. That was a long story. Yeah Jerry Di `Gorio was his guy. Jerry brought him Jerry. It's funny the first beat I ever covered. Now we're getting into Connecticut High School Junior College. I beat I ever covered for the Waterbury. Republican American was mad at Community College in Waterbury Jerry. Gloria was the coach. They went like thirty three and one jerry went on to become the head coach of Uri. And then he was an assistant with the clippers warriors and he was the Marlins guy so he got the job at acquaintance. And then Gary Charles and Sunny I of Gary Charles sent them up. He was there and he kind of went is a package to you are I. Would Jim Herrick with them? And Jerry Comes from a great family in New Britain and so I've known him a long time and then of course. The coin has had a great basketball history. Unfortunately the the school did close. And you had mentioned Paul Manafort earlier. When I was growing up his dad was the mayor in.
"tom this" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"I know more about fucking hurried variability than you ever known your fucking life. I'm biting my tongue going. She is going through a great moment in her life and I need to be there for and she looks great and she's happy but it's this weird condescending like I kinda got it figured out Bert. You're a mess and let me tell you what you need to do right. So maybe need to see my trainer go. It's not your your trainers great. Your trainer the fact that I'm I'm busting my fucking so last time we get in bed and she makes another comment she's rubbing my belly. She goes what is that just like. Just a fat like when you talk I go. Hey can we lay off me like she goes? What and GIGGLES I go. I go you when you John cleese came up with a little hard work. You can look like. That's not what I said I go. I've been chewing statement over my head the whole time. I go listen. I'm killing myself on the road. I am out every fucking Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday. I come home Monday. I leave Wednesday. I'm like I'm bussing. Maximum trying to work out I go to. I like melted down in bed and she was like I'm sorry. And then she got out of bed naked and she goes. You GotTa admit a look amazing right. It's almost like a totally different. Person is a totally different person. This morning she came out naked naked around making she goes. You've got to be honest morning. Leeann looks even hotter than nightly ask. Think so yeah. Yeah so fucking hot right now. It's it's such a trade off that you get you have. She looks amazing. But you gotTA deal with Jillian Michaels. Like she's always giving you work out. You got to start doing arms and I'm like you almost WANNA traded end right. You're like you just put the twenty back on. I I gotta be honest with you that I can't wait till you get fat again because I loved her fat like I love her body either way. Musil is a little more moves. Fucking awesome it. Looks so good looks amazing? He looks so good in like in close. She looks great. And what's the other thing that's nudes share news? We'll send us some beaver pink today. We'd be like hey we just have to be like. Is it cool? Just show Tom This. A pick ahead of you. By the way I I wouldn't be shocked. I'm not even lying. I wouldn't be shocked. If she does a tasteful nude photo shoot after this because I mean Bro. She's got like almost ABS- now. Oh Wow she's like I'm not even at my goal weight my goal weight. And what's crazy is that. She is working out hard as fuck her trainer. Mccallum is actually legit. Whatever he has done I mean they have like spiritual conversations on so terrified. She's GonNa fuck him. I need to trainers so stretching her out. I wouldn't go for a male trainer. I I agree if I've only ever done ladies you like is he. Hot Turns Gorgeous knows not Latin. These gorgeous little darker high black. I Know Bang and we were just discussing possible porno scenarios that we put ourselves in and like if. Let's say broke Bert. You're you're broke here like what's your worst financially sex five zero four. Yeah Okay Georgia born. So you're you're struggling to pay. Rent IS THE SCENARIO. Like you're like fuck your and then would you do some type of sex act on camera and then for what amount of money so like I I would. I would put on like Lucia mask and masturbate to rent money. Christina was like Maybe foot stuff and then she was like or gang bang and I was like. I don't wear a mask because I didn't know mask was an option would do entire basketball team gang interracial. I WANNA make money bitch. The mess doesn't mean it's not you still you you go and there's eleven guys. Oh okay hold on. I'm GonNa say what you just did. Okay what am I suck twenty dudes Dick's but I'd have a mass gone. Still doing see secondary checks or just.
"tom this" 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 this" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Tell me everything you know about buffy betting go oh my gosh Fluffy heading start. Yeah I mean the thing about it is you know I'm I'm I'm a tree guy. I love him. I would. And I never thought I would hear about some linens ends made from wood from Eucalyptus trees and That's actually softer than cotton. Have you felt cotton. I have. It's soft I should saw. So you're telling me that buffy batting made from Eucalyptus fives is softer than cotton. It's softer than cotton. It's but it allows you to apparently feel incredibly cozy without overheating. But but here's you know I'm a nerd like this The thing I like about Eucalyptus sourcing is that it's much easier on the planet. Then incontinent it requires something like ten times less water. Okay grow so people like those Buffy comforters a here yes we the Every time we go to our cult gatherings Everyone has those buffy comforters. Because they're a cult favorite. I'm I'm making a suit out of Buffy comforters. For your birthday. I'm on my sewing machine. Actually super for thrilling. I hope it's a three piece suit. And she's I think the The overview of this whole buffy. The situation is kind of exciting. They have a ton of thousands of five star reviews. Oh yeah they. They averaged four point five stars okay. Don't ask me how I know that but I do have high octane reviews up the WAZOO. You here's the bottom line people and people by people I mean neck. You can try them and then you don't even have to pay for him if you don't like them. So what do you mean you get like send it to you. You try. Try it and then if you don't love it is ship it back ship that Shit right on back. That's I mean that seems good for the customer does not seem like a smart business models Out So if you WanNa get twenty dollars off your buffy batting you can go to. BUFFY DOT CO see. This is not to be confused with Buffy DOT COM. Tom This is buffy dot co dot. It's not buffy DOT com. That's their thing. You gotTa have a gimmick and that's there's you go there you're the code B. E. D.. And then you too could make a suit out of buffy comforter for your husband there you go. That's batting just what the code should be and we said. Bet On campus energy in our bedroom is big extra D be. We thought it would the.
"tom this" Discussed on Everything is Filk
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"tom this" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Of course i've seen some speculation pro valid and there was possibly some kind of deal between gasparotto all or at least friendship. They were former teammates. Astana may have played some some kind of role. I guess if you watch the first stage when steve cummings with what trump's get away two or three times in the finale and very nearly one estate tights also gasparotto didn't do a great job as a teammate. There are becomes. Get your thoughts on this whole issue of sort of interfering with meddling with chase when you when you protecting teammate who's down the road we've seen we saw a couple of times in the classes when the clinic quicks that very well how how much he's out frowned upon should systematically do that as a team as a teammate. Should you position yourself at the front of the bunch to sort of to kind of off. Infiltrate the line of of chases what happened doesn't it possibly different cummings winning stage not winning winning it vonda did eventually catch him and won the sprint but i don't know i thought gasparotto may be told us something about why dimension data not the most successful this year. They weren't really working as a team anyway well as you say. Danielle van de paul did win the opening stage that was on his return to road racing facing off a couple of wins in mountain bike world cup. Meanwhile the vuelta burgos team any el-sisi young colombian. Even sosa won a couple of stages and the overall ben hermans arouse cycling academy won the two of utah. The women's world tour had a couple of events at the weekend the post nord voor team time trial with one by trek sigfredo eight. Oh who had ruth winder at least along i bought guinea ellen van dyke and trixie wardak in that team they beat canyon schramm by twenty five seconds the w. n. T. rowe team including the former world champion lisa brennan unable to take the star because they had a crash in recon when cau- a public car pulled food out in front of them and according to them it was the right has right of way on the road. The riders were injured but bikes damage so they were unable to take part the one day race the following day with one by italy's marta bus cinelli ahead of marianna voss and lorraine. Are we bus a a notable a couple of items from the world junior track championships india won their first medal at world level taking the team sprint on the track in frankfurt and eleanor baxter won on three medals for great britain ellena backstage of course is the daughter of former payroll by winner magnus backstedt and former british rider meghan hughes discuss more british success at the toured eleven year where ethan hater and tom pitcock did a one on one of the stages and fruit right one the following day that race concludes at the weekend finally has ended his season. He's not racing again this year but we'll continue to train as normal until the end of the season according according to a release from his team a._g. To our and the so-called with named in the daily mail one hundred best pod car thanks daily mail some really <hes> stellar other podcast from all is the top one hundred..
"tom this" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Articles or book the death of retail and so forth and I'm wondering if if that continues if we could see a situation where the s. and p. five hundred could become the s. And p fifty or p five and where hundreds of companies could just drop out by, by, having Amazon and. WalMart be everything I know sometimes it must feel like we're heading in that direction I can certainly understand why, people would Get that feeling I think some people were surprised. When Amazon went out and acquired whole foods and the Justice department. Had very little to say about it I think there's as long as the Justice department is inactive in that area. Then they, can just you can acquire as many companies as you can afford to. Acquire as long as you don't have any interference from. The Justice department I mean. That's exactly what you. Saw when Amazon dot com took. Over whole foods there was basically no real pushback, from the Justice department the deal went right through, it happened pretty. Quick so that's the way it works if they're not going to say anything, about it then certainly companies are going to make strategic mergers Yeah so I if that. Becomes extreme it's just a. Little bit scary about. Even had like s p y. Having the sector funds and with with the idea, that maybe hundreds of those companies could slowly disappear Well I mean it's already? Happened in a way. I mean, the number of companies out there has been shrinking pretty. Dramatically and edition, to that just look at the industry's look what's happened, to? The airline. Industry what do. You have now basically four major carriers. I. Mean couple, of decades ago you, had a dozen or so so I mean what do you have now you have four major carriers right you American you have delta you have south west and you have American delta southwestern United right yeah, four? Major carriers. And everybody else. Compared to those carriers they're minor players Yes It's already happened in some. Sectors that's. True But you're right I mean it is there is a trend toward consolidation and consolidation has a tendency to reduce the number of. Companies that are out there? With one exception what about all the startups what about the? New companies that are that, are out down there haven't been many. IPO's but still there are companies. Being added Seemed. Like I remember PEOs are common, at the peak of the market is sometimes, used as an. Indicator for the market cycle and so there are a lot of indicators out there okay I mean they're literally over over you could easily put out over. One hundred indicators when you? Start talking about indicators keep in mind that okay this indicator? Might say one thing but, another indicator may may say something else Yeah you're right there's there's tons tons of indicators in the IPO seems like they're they're not in line. With anything that they're not overheated Tom believe me the. They're. Not overheated, so so like I. Say this stuff is all over the lot sometimes but when these things start to, get on the same, page. That's a different story, that's a, different story for sure appreciate the call Tom This is America's. Money program money, talk.
"tom this" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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