17 Burst results for "Tony Land"

"tony land" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

07:38 min | Last month

"tony land" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Choosenj in motivation with us. So I think what we wanted to do was kind of cut all the bullshit in say get in the room as the audience gets listen to this down in a make your own assessment. Will you think shady right and then hopefully at the end of that, you will ask them questions relating to the topic sitting brought out right selective prosecution the roller race in this and And if he's rules are antiquated and. Have you actually been able to help Christian doctrines? Are you caught up in the same system? You're pointing out the story to everyone you're sitting here saying you're part of the appeal have you been able to help him or not yet? No we Think. My mind commission's not necessarily. You know was to try to break down when actually island in this person but I understand but I'm saying he's gone to appeal part of the way that injustice gets exposed. I mean Hell we've seen the you know bill cosby ends up getting. Becoming a prisoner late life because of a Hannibal burst routine like. I don't mean that you actively intended to help him. I'm saying has the documentary helped him. Tremendously, yeah we quarter. Because I think. I mean, look from everything that I read before I met him I mean it was so native and so slanted against him i. mean he was straight as being this darn dirty greedy guy and I mean when you look at it objectively no example screwing. To advance themselves but Mike's. So. Yeah I think I mean this has held him at least liquid early opinion. Really any act. That serving yet to be seen you know how even know that anywhere Even Appeal I. Think There's probably pretty strongly. They're. Just jarring though to have just throughout the process, you say how you go into it reading about it in. So negative, it's so very jarring to watch something and have the villain be the closest thing to a hero that you find in the whole thing. It's weird like it's a it's a weird viewing experience because that is a do that has been villain is for basically just doing work better than most in a really cutthroat greedy dirty game. That's a lot dirtier than he actually seemed to have been. Yes. Absolutely I D- I. Sat there and and you know basically threw himself out there. To Be Josh in this? Eddie. was was asked very difficult questions. I, push. Not Me lobbing softballs, Outta hand, and he did it almost everybody else refused to do in response to the FBI Markham from the NCAA soon, laser southern Estrogen Cam. Merle coach. Everybody nobody wanted to go on camera out this and nobody wanted to get asked a relief difficult question that you know after they really didn't WanNa Answer Christian in you know the amazing thing about it is he still doesn't think did anything wrong right? He just stays. Thank you could say look like you were cutting before breaking roles you know all of this kind of shady. This is how worse as well right like you're not gonna get ahead of that business if you're not doing that. So I think he deserves credit for putting himself out there in for answering the questions and again he was that didn't role he didn't you buddy al and he didn't testify against anybody else if you do. This is early twenties for if you look at these other. Let's guys that are you know in their forties you know that are very successful guys that are ratting kid twenty s you know to say themselves. What did it hurt the most to leave out what was on the cutting room floor that just couldn't get in there for time reasons or something that you wanted badly to get in there but it just you couldn't there was a lot more than we. Are. On. The race on the race. And what had happened there right if you start breaking down and unfortunately. In their retirement to be strategic interventions out because. A lot of that previously. So we didn't really want that the the main you know John Harvest oriented new, but we still wanted to in there we could do two to three more. Easily but the race things glaring look at all the churches black all of their bosses were like you know all of them were down I mean. One thing. That's been surprising to needs like look at Tony Milan. That's an example I honestly thought was gonNA. Land you'll see he members such as the money in the video. You see the video of Jesse Andro that at the is the cash on the table and blatantly fryer. Christian. Space a Clinton Hi. Tony Bland. There's no evidence whatsoever that he touched a dollar of that. He. Is never shown on camera. He's never on a wiretap talking about the money in he pled guilty. Ryan. He's a convicted sell it and there's put in here not taking money. Again as evidence that can be corroborated on what Christian saying versus like Tony I get it the video up and. Even handle the envelope liaison agent knows that Tony Land. Enemy Nets. Amazing and you know Tony we reset the him to he didn't WanNa talk adding. That's unfortunate because I think a lot of these guys folk Richardson Muraoko Tony Land I think they could have added a hell lots documentaries they said, we're thoughts. Man, I would have liked to have seen that documentary I feel like that's six parts. I feel like that's the movement we're headed toward Netflix's headed toward. You can watch these things grow over two, three, four episodes and next thing you know you've got an eight hour or ten hour movie that that right there would have been that would have been would have resonated even more because I'm I'm guessing you would have been able to get into that labyrinth and produce at least a second episode that would have felt just as strong and would have been sort of more societally damning when you see. How pursed the system is. Summit show and it's you know it's like you. Documentary. Disgrace on the day Liz Taylor rows of murder in all things with that that was an example day-lewis coach stay a morale's list the assistant coach who's Latin he's the hero is the one that that that expose all of this he was lack all from the industry never allowed to coach. In? In this case you see all of these assistant coaches that all went down at her name stroke through the mud probably most financial ruin point, right but all of the coaches don't so much interviewed. You have to coaches that can be Karma wires, discussing deals.

Tony Bland Tony Land Tony Milan bill cosby Tony Netflix Hannibal Liz Taylor Estrogen Cam FBI Mike Merle Jesse Andro Josh Karma John Harvest Eddie. day-lewis murder Clinton
"tony land" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"tony land" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

"When we deal inside in Oban Young Gladstone malignly Dainik delenda Morelos Amalio. Deny. The among. Miocene Asaba you, and so by Kim, Dina and Mona and. Sean gone at Indiana Good Nasi Lusa la I'll be glad. He meek momentum but he medallion irony you number lesson. About one Shannon. Willing, Marine Dini get a God only. At Night Momoa. I Don. Behind Young. Thing. Where lashing? Out Paris up at. The young by Nikki them the until. Up and. Also at. BELL HE BOOK BY A. Young INDICIA NEGI SOC- need. Nah. Nah. Eight mention it Bala deion uncle more. Picket Mellon Shining Marine. Nah It'd be suck. We necessarily Lisa Hi map but letting dating now what? I abdicated mangaze INA, and talk measure. Yet. With General Donga. Magnon. Don't. Belong the. intersex. Mugging tabular widow, Amazon yeah. The Tom Packaging bit numb. My adding them by about mundane dossier NATO non may be. Willing Cog in our and unarmed the money we'd have won T on thing o'malley. Nurham Yang Sarah Hanging nine eleven Ben Taylor Dornan up at some. Not that high. Up Nine a picket now. Mamata. Talk. Non Now doing. Hindi Negga Lane. Muni alannah dealing guessing nagazine. Yeah. Ing I assuming it Niemeyer Buck. CELEBRATES, Lydia, my aunt, my aunt by that known myself. Nissanusa Saline Young Meyer Bug. Up a bit numb Bipolar Pizza Pan Young Canal again monitoring. Until my lap it now box setup mnay now what I. The last AMIGA literal and Mr Young. Mamata. indium ago, I you see Mommy Subaru. Being. Not just happening. God Bellina. By. Lucky Amazon. Benito so badly dealing McGowan. By a gun talk. Rodham that minute. Let Sally. Sonoma. Darlene darlene young young young gargling numbers MMA. am-among dow. On condition among. EMEKA COMBINING IN CEPA league. Up. Corruption on ramming based on Indie. Shannon. ANAKENA, plan. DALEN BARA MACHINEGUN COLUMN. Lesion. Not that was up into one. OPTIMA pilot Lebanon shy accident in putting in just I'M A. Mellow But. That the Hainan whom Easter happening in now December by. The hope was non. Fiction and my in. The. Yeah. Pussy blame possibly turning Indiana Mamoulian. On galling it'll. Zapping society. Up on on. Net. In the mangams Amigo Molly Mellow parachuting been an on Samantha. In. Gwinnett may be known at number by subway. It don't. IS EMBARRASSING BUT BILL O.`Neil. Thrown a guitar say Indianapo-. NATO. USA. By Bonan Karma May I, May I put my unite? Among thought, Tony Land and Celia mining onto Montemurro. It be NASA, fung would. Be Doing. We're not by Nissan no non CPI Nissan Celia. On mining I want, but it does own seed. How much a? On Laba Sandy. While you may be not by Hawaii on Mama Danita. Mud is brown never be saying Dina. Amid Slum Shannon. Lumumba so by A good shampoo modern and tax package the result. So. Buying Mama goal and Yeah He. Lena using Motta Lubna is under be passed. and. Enacted, we make Mushonga malignant. Can. Stop by now my now, not I union, ass don't delay. In the. Aggressor Nella Mansion. Hindi Shop Orlando. Among. I. Is a damage the hammer accident NASA gang Mona Tumbler say Babo know missy talk. Who moves to say Gama to. None. Amigo Patna Bogus Shannon in the monthly shining roaming. More brought up on SNL knowledge Sayegh No. Tampering in nine may not by Saint Chung it's unpopular Salem. NUNCA. Latin asylum. Demands AC by now muscle eaten by the Kinshasa. boggled clung, Batta within forbade them putting night thought pattern potato at A. Time when thing but better And more NATO boggle any an open Mewa along Aleka Bucknell Mickey Tito. Eight don't be. Coming more than shining my limbaugh good. Now Seen Him Orleans. Now, the mummy. Wholesome Melinda go out. In Deco Stone Bundestag amid don't own. In your dial melling Barca Domino and Osama and. Ninety toy the Sierra on. Eko signing up at our? IENA. Mommy Daddy. My couples I owned the lower. Doris Sundays have be harassment unique boom. Boom or something top any Luanda neela maybe. So put up a guy at mean. He will to. hotties. Benito Galina. Bullet. In Panama. Long shown. BOGGLING ALMA GOING MAP The Lynn Mona Latin Darlene Mona honoring a movie at Maple tylenol feeling are. Dialing and young. In. Tom By Sapan Allow Consul Busan looming. Abani doing. Two Story Bungalow, house sound good thinking. Seem Bowling only Montana. Some middle-class subdivision on kinetic NATO. Non Onen by a number of and. Deng La to my home and. Auto owners. A Ghanaian Omar took up when the Sonya. It'd be Guy Long nobody? Narita. You. Think the window now my about the. Not a new area Taurus on your heavenly Sinisi but nothing known up in our. Daughter. Made A gun a pitcher. Lumumba's and my dad nutting bye-bye at. Delhi. Ending. Data. Weakened Deng. In our knock your daughter. The good. Ending Plus Mittleman Dominion you May. I may be need to Dora Matab shown but bullying.

Oban Young Gladstone malignly Shannon Mona Tumbler Benito Galina Amazon NASA Dina Lumumba Tom Packaging Sean Deng La Pan Young Canal Nella Mansion Picket Mellon Shining Marine Mr Young Lena Nissan Marine Dini Night Momoa Indiana
"tony land" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:58 min | 3 months ago

"tony land" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Some of it. You want to get too political with everybody. But since you asked I've worked in Major League baseball. It had been an N F L sideline reporter and it's very interesting because up until about 10 years ago, I guess about 10 years ago we play the national anthem for opening day and for Labor Day and fourth of July and it was big. To do, But you go back 20 years ago that you play the national anthem, but the players wouldn't be on the field for it. And then, after 9 11 it became more of a staple where the players would stand in. Line up for the national anthem, and there were certain rules that clubs had on standing in attention. This is major league baseball for the national anthem of the National Football League. They would play the national anthem. I believe before the players took the field. So I I still tear up when I hear the national anthem. I still tear up and it means a lot to me is it means a lot to you in in I think is you look at it. I'm always going to support people. They could say whatever they want, because we have free speech in this country, and that's one of things that makes our nation really, really special is We have free speech, and we have freedoms to protest. And so I'm never going to say anybody can protest because they have their right to expression the same way that I do. I I respect I respect the national anthem on the father. Of a service academy midshipman, So it means a lot to me. And I know it means a lot to you. I kind of like that idea of playing the national anthem at the games, but I also if I believe it, I have to respect that. Everybody. Gets to have their say So whether you believe it or not, Um And it's just one of those. It's a tough situation for someone like you that served our country in the way that you feel I respect you and I have to respect those that want to have a different opinion than I If I'm really going to respect what it stands for as much as much as it hurts you As much as it hurts them. I think everybody should have the right to express themselves and and that's what makes this country so great thinks that call. Appreciate it. I tap down a tap dance around that a little bit. I don't want to get into that on the program tonight. I want to find some stuff that we could talk about. That's going to take our minds off and bring us all together. And that's why I was calling everybody up. That doesn't think we're gonna have a baseball season. I want to hear your reasons why I'm gonna tell you why. I think we will have a baseball season. Tony Atlanta Welcome. You're on CBS Sports radio. Well, your evening original, very interesting topic to bring up about MLB. I was talking with your call screener. I'm looking forward Tio, 2122 21 rather and I'm just curious if you think that some of these rules that they have implemented for this 60 game season Are still gonna be in play like a d A in the NL. Now bear in mind. I'm in my mid sixties so on old school baseball played it all my life and ah You know that guy on second when you get to extra innings? Yeah, I've seen a few of these games and you know, I find it interesting how some of the networks have You figure down how Tio broadcast the games and one have you? My two favorite broadcasters were on ESPN tonight for Sunday night baseball boob job be and Chris Singleton. Okay, I'm very excited about having baseball back. I think they've done a pretty good job, however, may be an old school. Ghani asked your opinion, and I were gonna ever Go back to the way it was back in 2019. Let's say listen off the year to your comments. Really great question. Great question. My heart. Says No, we'll go back to the way things are in the traditional baseball sent. My mind tells me though. Just a CZ. I told everybody is we began the show tonight. Rob Manfred's right play right man to run baseball right now, because He is not old school. Hey, is number on his feet. There are no sacred cows. He's not afraid to make changes. You look at the changes they've made in my minor league baseball. These are some of the changes that he would like to see is they wants to see baseball progress. Into the next century. So I have a feeling at least one of those has a really possibility of being accepted into the next C B. A. It will happen. 20. Let's see. Weren't weren't 2020 right now will happen 2021. Maybe. Maybe not. More than likely 2022 is a new collective bargaining agreement goes through. It becomes part of the negotiations. The Players Association would like to have expanded roster and they'd like to have the designated hitter. In both leads because the doesn't hitter, eh? A D H will make more than the 25th man 26 or 27th man on the squad. So brings up the overall pay scale and pay rate. And payrolls for the union membership. So the players association is all for having a D H owners aren't because it's going to cost them more money to have another. Prototypical D h. Like David Ortiz. He makes a heck of a lot more money than 1/5 outfielder. The runner on second is something that baseball under Rob Manfred's in favor of In fact, they've been experimenting it with it in the minor leagues, and it's something that That he's committed to. I don't like it personally, I don't think it's Ah, I don't think it's a fair outcome for the game because you have a guy on second base. All of a sudden, one picture misses one spot. A single and a double into the gap wins the ball game that that's that puts the pitcher at a severe disadvantage. And if anything, it shortens, and I think it cheapens the game. I understand why we have it right now, because I don't think you could have those marathon games with the way the season is with the Kobe restrictions, Tohave 18 18 games. So it's better to just get the game's finished. That's why they're going to go to 17 games for double headers, and they're gonna have this wolf for these games as well. I don't like it. So if I had the Swallow one and hated begrudgingly would be I can't believe I'm saying this is sac religious for me, but the D h in both leagues before I'd want to see the runner in scoring position and extra innings. I just think it cheapens the game and it's not a fair outcome of Who's going Tio, coupled with the victory. It's kind of like a shootout hockey. You play your butt off for for for the overtime period after you got through three periods, and then you decide who's going to get the extra point by shut up. Does that really tell you who won the game or who got lucky in the shut up? Same thing with the rule runner of second base Doesn't really tell you who won the baseball game who got lucky with the runner in scoring position, because maybe I have a picture that throws two wild pitches of the scores. The winning run of the game is over that I really be sure that I just got lucky. That's what I think. Thanks to the call. Appreciate it. That was very insightful. I like that. Um, let me grab their time Grab Tony in Atlanta. No, I just talked to Tony Land. All right. I don't have time for college before we get to the top of the hour, But I will remind you The phone lines are open 855 to 124227855 2124227 There's a breaking story that's going on on the West Coast is just starting to you might see.

baseball Players Association National Football League Major League Rob Manfred sideline reporter Tio MLB CBS Sports Tony Atlanta David Ortiz Tony Land Chris Singleton Atlanta ESPN West Coast Ghani hockey D H
"tony land" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

07:48 min | 3 months ago

"tony land" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Tyler had a blood veto that allowed him to choose the outcome of this vote, and he'd shows four Sam to be safe and for Steve to go home. Then this would be not on the list, right? It would it would be very straightforward. If this was SAM's power to choose the outcome of the vote and Tyler leveraged to make it so that Sam didn't have to play the power, and the vote went his way. Anyway, that would be on the list, and it would be akin to what Boogie did. Using a power to affect the using the threat of a power to make the impact of the power actually happened regardless. But. It wasn't that power. It was something else entirely something that wouldn't have impacted this vote something that would not have sent Steve Home no matter what and he was able to use something that was completely irrelevant and lie about it and spin a story and make it causing confusion chaos that he was able to get what he wanted to have happened regardless of what the power actually was. And with enough credence behind it that it made sense and that it. Worked and so basically you know being able to pull out his his bag tricks. From from Tony Land. And and make something happen here. I think that's is so impressive and worthy of being on the list. Number one on the list here. Isn't it funny that both are by number one and number two? Towers on here, even use. The fact that that just shows how much we appreciate leverage with powers it's it's very much so understated. The fact that people are able to leverage these powers to the ability of influencing votes are influencing someone to switch over to their side. It's a massive massive move in a game like this where I think the ranked so high in our heads because it really showed. What kind of player that person is? It was able to show how the influence they had because of the fact that they might not have the power or need a use the power, but they can leverage this power and use it to their to their advantage. That's what I really appreciate. The game play that I loved the so this is why haven't number one? I just think that it's it was exactly what they need. It and I stated earlier. Who knows where this game would have gone head ride? The beginning this not happen had seem not sending me to tyler. Had Tyler not pulled the right person in? In. Kaelin! Thank you totally blanked on that, so had she not. He not used this to bring in Caitlin. Then this might be foul taste to lose. It might have influenced the entire way that this game is played so I think it's just such a massive twist. ME, power. That was used at the right time. The right people to bring in Caitlin and make her part of their side to get rid of day. I think that. Yes, it started with Steve. who wasn't really a member, but it was just a trickle down effect after that so I think that's why you have to have it at number one and I something important to note about big brother. Twenty is that it's the season that level sex shouldn't have won. If you look at the. Competition comes here. Tyler he did have the I. was about to lose. Sam who wasn't a part of level six, but was extensively on level six is. Versus Steve who was on the? Side of things followed by a Caitlin win. Who was a founding member? If if Tyler doesn't flip caitlyn during the vote for week one then he has a lot less leverage to take swaggie via Caitlyn in week two if caitland takes out somebody Winston. In week two instead of Swaggie then they've already lost one member. Then you. You look at the the Haley. then. They've lost another extra member. If you look at the FETCHY H, they've lost another extra member. They had already lost to that means five of the six members would have been gone by week eight if if they hadn't been able to flip these HR wages. and. That's so huge. You know the between Tyler's first week Caitlin and week to Haley in week seven with the hacker twist in week eight with with Jaycee just. That was the key to level six winning this game completely agree I think that's why it has to be number one. Because this without this. It's a whole different game. They probably don't win. They'd probably go out really quickly, so it was a massive game. Changer influenced everything and it was us there wasn't. Voting power or America's choice to influence the game. It was something that someone used as an advantage because they learned it from someone else influence the rest of the game with it to the American vote for Sam to get the power up, but it was still not his power. It was something that he was able to influence that with someone else's power. It's not like the it like the MVP. Amanda was able to use. Listen. Listen one voted for it. You're absolutely right. What I'm thinking is i. just think because of the way Taylor was able to use it in the effectiveness had on the entire season. Number one in my head. Yeah I think there's something to be said about the fact that it was a one and done kind of thing. Title was able to get that information right away and use it right away whereas having a power that you get to use week-to-week. Is. A much more powerful thing, and it's easier to to US manage I think. That's. Part of why I think we should go that way, but that is our list of the best uses of power of a secret power in the game, and we haven't number one tyler use of the bonus power. Number two been Matai here between bogey and demand Boogie with the use of the coup d'etat in all stars and Amanda using the MVP twist in season fifteen, then we have Dan Kiessling of the luxury power in season, ten at number four, and then Casey's use of the hacker twist. In season twenty at number five, I would like to point out that there were a couple of these that we did not include one of which was Christie's use of the veto in season twenty one. Ultimately I didn't feel like it was right to include because like. Yes, you can say. She didn't have to use it and she was able to kind of get her way. But. A couple of things a it wasn't her idea. To that. Be Her overall use of the power I felt like was a net negative, the way that was handled in her alliance. Was dealt. And talked about in her group, actually was kind of the thing that ultimately caused her downfall, because they trusted her less, and it causes friction, and so this whole sort of. Play this whole this whole thing I think was ultimately. You left her in a worse position than she was in before. And so I think any credit you WANNA. Give her is going to nullify by those mistakes, and then I also thought about bringing up James's care package power being used. Vote Nala Fire and he used it to take out. It's a KIA and big brother eighteen and really disrupt polly's center of power..

Tyler Caitlin Sam Steve Home founding member MVP Amanda Boogie Haley. Tony Land Nala Fire polly America James Steve Taylor Christie caitland Jaycee
"tony land" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"tony land" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"All the did? I hear the end of the course. I'm so sorry but right now. I'm having fun out here own survivor. Blink Server World Survivor Planet or survivor land. I'M GONNA say Survivor Planet. I'm sorry it's the newest theme park the nation survivor land. Oh they are classic whilst that I. I think Tony would actually build a theme park. It's sort of like the. We bought a zoo like we bought an amusement park. And Tony we. Try to flip into survivor. Land. We bought a piece of Fiji yes and turned it into survivor land. I'm picturing though more from Beau Jack. Course than I don't know if he goes watch the show. But wouldn't todd makes his amusement park and it's like a flaming tires and like Greece buyer alive. Tony Land Enter survivor. Land by Tony Energy. A LOT OF PLACES TO HIDE. Maybe like to watch the ride from the garage. Yeah that's what the QR is like. You can watch things from the trees now. Construction crew get to work. And what you dig. Dig Dig dig. Dig Up dig all right. Let's go to Yuliana. Yes I'm going to extort somebody because in real life. I can't do that but I know it. Sounds like fun when I'm watching the movies the mobsters extort people for money or they're going to break your legs or break your blank if you don't give me this and that so I'm excited I'm just GonNa Guess Rake your back. I'm sorry it was. Break your fingers okay at least narrowed down to a body part yeah you were basically moved from extremities the mobsters either extort people to break their legs or their fingers on the other. Not Options were kneecaps. Funny Bone or your pants. Yes I'm gonNA break your seem like the fashion wars that Tony is going to set his goons on Knicks. GonNa come rip up. Sarah's close Aaron. Let's go to you okay. I'll tell you what man if this is real life doing some prison time. This is extortion. Code Blank. Something I know. It's a criminal code. Extortion is illegal in the states. I don't know why it's not legal. Here in Fiji. This is ludicrous. I got three talk. They want six. This is extortion code. I guess for the Thrill this is extortion. Code Code Red. Sorry we were looking for a number and a letter in this case. It was to see coach. Tony just tries to site I think law and just forgets into the code for it is actually a real thing or is Tony. Just making stuff up. I can imagine like in in like a police handbook. You know a code for every sort of illegal activity. I can't imagine there you go. That's the number that some sort of crime because it's a song or twenty quite famous the mouth. Of course I'm looking at what five one five. Oh means temporarily involuntary psychiatric commitment of individuals who present a danger to themselves or others due to signs and mental illness. The ending of that. Maybe you know what to be honest. I just made that up. I guess at any numbers and I'm sure it would have been some sort of police code. Onis Toni's approach as well. Well now I'm looking at titled to see the New Jersey Coda criminal justice. Oh okay so I think this is about. Let's see I'm seeing rules of construction which is very on brand for Tony. Yeah it looks like it just looks like a lot of yes. A two seat looks like a precursor for reporting some sort of illegal activity. He just forgot the rest of it. Got It okay. I'm so impressed especially at your brain mush at that point. I can't imagine how many numbers he must remember let alone like an actual prefix for a legal code and he had done all that looking and looking up so much worry. How can you remember? All those things should have looked up to. He should have looked up. The right code formerly all right Liana and then so this. Is Tony Talking to Michelle? Who really tries to like sneak her way out of giving a token to Tony. Clean and says Tony. I spent my tokens on an advantage. I say wow that great Michelle. How much did it cost you? She said four. Or Five Tokens. I'm like WHOA. The price of blame just went up advantages. I'm sorry the answer was milk.

Tony extortion Tony Land Tony Energy Tony Talking Knicks Fiji Beau Jack Michelle Yuliana Onis Toni todd Greece Liana Sarah Aaron
"tony land" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Numbers and its records, but a rare feat was accomplished Monday in the minors. The Reno aces. Aaa affiliate of the Diamondbacks had center. Fielder Matt Scherzer. I think if the cycle and designated hitter. Yes. Mani Tomas hit four homers. This feat has been achieved once at the big league level in nineteen thirty two when Lou Garrick hit four home runs at teammate, Tony Lasari. Tony lies hit for the cycle for the AKIs. This experience was brought to you by farmer's insurance. They head of the game. Find that agent today at farmers dot com. So you decided to go nickname there on twenty lads instead of the iron horse Lou Gehrig. Yep. Okay. Everyone knows that one. No one knows about Tony Lasse. Tony labs is a good player. I think the allows probably all Famer that. Did you know that I don't know Horton for those nineteen twenty seven to nineteen thirty seven Yankees? I'll check it up. You want those airy numbers. Yes. Sure, finalize happy, thirty ninth birthday to the video game. Pacman happy birthday to. That'll care. Good luck. I can't wait till we get to these Tony last stats. We'll do so in a second all star nineteen thirty three that. But a tweeter writes in has it occurred to you that if I wanted to listen to Stephen a Smith. I would do, so he is a stain on the trousers of mankind. You'll get the show. Confirmed hall of Famer, I mean, Tony Laszlo lives in Cooperstown forever. Tweeter better watch is mouth because not only does he not get the show. He might get these hands. It's, it's interesting that he played back in the thirties, and then get into nineteen Ninety-one. It's quite the weights. There's nothing interest five years to the day about what you're saying. Tony Lazaris actual nickname is push him up twenty I mean, the grades get in five years after every tire Tony lies. Got in fifty five years after he retired that up life retire from life. But he's in. He is in with one hundred seventy eight career homers. All right. What else does this look like listen? That's like five hundred back, then I mean, it is he died at age forty two and just player photo, he looks like he's sixteen people so much older back then. Notice that. Yeah. The mortality rate, people died early back then. Yes. Greg Cody running around. Google the age. And I was like, no, Mickey Mantle is actually twenty three here. What? That was the booze boost for everybody back, then evidently, fifty war. That's good. How did we get here? Why is it that you're talking about Tony last league staff? Reno aces. Got us here. You got his nickname wrong. What is it? Tony. You just call them Tony lands. His friends. Call him again. You had a vailable to you. Lou Gehrig Lou Gehrig, doesn't have multiple nicknames. I'll check it out of the iron horse is the one that many people go by listen, Tony last Garrick Babe Ruth murderers row. Okay. So you go to another nickname Joni last year moving onto the next horse. Biscuit, pants BUSTER, lauriston or Columbia. All right. Hold on a second. Let's examine this. No. It also cites Lewis, one of his nicknames because his name was Henry. Wait a minute. What Lou Garrick wasn't Louis was, but it was Lou Aaron. What I'm sorry, all time home run leader. Are you not understanding what we're doing clearly? What's happening? I'm getting flashbacks of it. I opening segment of tell the people finally tell the Tony lies. Tell the people finally because this is the thing that God's essay here he digs in on the mistakes. And then everyone gives them the applause and keeps making the mistakes. He had no idea what we were doing there. So explain to Mike explained, Mike. The people the nature of your frustration to God's on Saturday, that he kept just going for the applause, trampling your job. We had a will Cain joke set up for the very end of the segment. The first words got says on the sage is will Cain and later gives will Cain a microphone before. We're supposed to give will Cain a microphone. We fed him pretty great jokes. PF commenter, who joined us on the same sort of crashed it, you wouldn't have known that because not only do not know, PF name, which was became obvious. He forgot the line entirely. He almost cursed when I told him. Hey, let's not dilute the f bomb because we have it saved for a special. Moment here. He got the timing all screwed up on the comedic joke that we were going to tell Katie Nolan. He was an absolute disaster in the first segment, and he was just smiling the entire time. Oh, he put his drink right on top of the computer, though. Cantu sounds as well. Everyone's the first four minutes, everyone loved the first four minutes just it's the same thing that Cody does it's like just giving the law. What are you, what are you so worried about Mike? Well, we'll Cain was in general admission and the VIP's were in VIP was going to be a surprise that will came emerged chime in obviously people notice. We'll came was there because when he walked out, he was the loudest booze. I had ever heard in the theater of that is that what that was. I couldn't figure out where all that Boeing was coming from. And why the booing was happening. I was in a different part of the Bill came being escorted to his seat. Minding his own business. Wrestling, and he ain't it up up to me. He loved it. Any turned to was escorting did you get.

Tony Lou Gehrig Lou Gehrig Cain Lou Garrick Tony Laszlo Tony Lasari Tony Lasse Tony Lazaris Greg Cody Mike Diamondbacks Matt Scherzer Mani Tomas Mickey Mantle Stephen a Smith Lou Aaron Reno Wrestling Yankees Google
"tony land" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"But right now, he's really digging in. T Rex body. He's got a T Rex body his arms to short for his body. He's round he's a little bit stiff up he's huge. He's Reckitt Ralph. He's got he's got a knee surgery just comes out of. But his golf swing is somehow incredibly smooth, very, very smooth. You're not supposed to be as good of a golfer as you are. I appreciate that. I took a lot of shots. I just swing and hope for the best and couple times a really really let the thing just send a let it send. You do house parenting. Parenting. Awesome. She's she just turned eleven months. So. Heard the year with this thing almost a year, and she's happy, and she's growing and think I think we're doing a good job. If you were you were in mission control central by yourself with that baby. Just a couple hours all by yourself. It was just you a house with a lot of things to potentially. Fuck this whole thing with in that goddamn baby the mom was out of town for the weekend. And honestly, I didn't know if you're going to get through it. It sounds if that one okay? It went beyond. Okay. And let me tell you something I'm going to get killed. I know I'm gonna kill crushed. This is why question by the way. So you. Yeah. Right. No matter how hard it is. No matter how you'd go is on the weekend. When when my wife calls from out of town, don't you tonight? I'm gonna full sweat. I changed outfits four times because I'm sweating through shirt. She's so easy. I don't know. Why you make the? Because you have to sell that it isn't that hard. So that in the future whenever it's coming back at you could just be like, oh, babe. You remember whatever you wanna town. I didn't even have problem at all not a single problem. Got a bench perfect. It was a nightmare. Gets tough. Sometimes. Just no Utah at all. Like that twenty minutes. You wanna watch TV? It doesn't hap- if you it just doesn't happen. There's nobody to pass off to nobody to pass off still happy. You had a baby though. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Mess thing ever. It really is. Why do people say that? Because they have to because there's nothing like, I mean, honestly, I could get mother fucked up and down at a practice all day long and come home and she at eleven months like the minute. She sees me. Like, our only word it might be the only word she knows. But to me everytime. She says data. Like, literally if mom's running at her she says data too. But it's okay. So data was the first word. Oh, yeah. Good win win win. I take all the winds. I can get in this thing. Bomb? Your wife. She still mad to this. I'm not you like the nanny tries to get her to say like Elmo before mom, and it's like. It's like we're trying to get bored. But at this point. Just you the baby in the nanny teaming up on confidence. Exactly. How old your daughter going to be in thirteen months that a boy? I mean, twenty four months, right? Got that. Happy that pairs that says how old is she? She's twenty years old two years old. The families say. Seven months old. They're the worst don't be that documents of winner. Doug. Yeah. Come on. I just wanted to make parents says two years what if he says twelve months next month? It's tough. I think a lot differently Tony land. You're an from the show for three months. Right. Sure. Until the baby's fifteen months. Yeah. Say that year and three months almost a year almost half three months. You're going to be a little league. Like, he's a hundred and fifty one. Yeah. What are you gonna have your daughter? Do the sports. I mean, that's the plan. Gulf probably. Oh, yes. Yeah. I'm gonna start taking once you can walk over to the driving range country kit. Yeah. You get just like foxy, right? The NFL fucking right. Good life ache. You it's a good life. You need to get video in photos..

Reckitt Ralph T Rex Doug Gulf NFL Utah three months eleven months two years twenty four months thirteen months fifteen months twenty minutes twelve months Seven months twenty years
"tony land" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's nice to reminisce. But what we are. Now is the internet's far from what it was supposed to be. And I don't know. You know, I kind of blame Facebook I really do. And and you know, somebody wrote zero. Yeah. Richard on Facebook. We you still post up on Facebook. Well, the reason why is because Facebook is a news aggregate or now. News aggregated. And so I agree gate news through Facebook because people get but what forty fifty sixty percent of the news from Facebook. I mean, look, I have a personal Facebook. I don't do anything on it. Really? Sometimes I do stuff. Sometimes I don't I look at it to see if it's okay, it's they're still there. But it's my ground zero Facebook page. I care about. It's my ground zero Facebook official page that I care about. And I know that there are friends of Facebook out their friends quite Lewis Facebook fans of quite Louis Facebook. I know there's a ground zero group out there. I know there's all kinds of others. But mine is mine, and I use it to aggregate news and to announce things on the show, it's immediacy with that. I'm sure if there was another format that did that it was just as popular. I'd probably use it as well used my space because it was popular at one time. So, you know, if I'm bitching about Facebook, it's because it deserves to be benched about there are things about I don't like I don't like the fact that they ban zero hedge last night. I don't like the fact that they did that. I don't like the fact that they want to team up with the Trump administration. They want to create their own social media to deny you benefits and deny you places. I mean, I'll get into that. If you want. I was reading about this yesterday. It's fake news. The Trump administration wouldn't do that that's nonsense. It doesn't matter. The internet wants to you know, the internet wants to thrive, but there are so many people including people in the Trump administration want to control it. It's like what he predicted back in nineteen ninety eight. And I'll read that again. So everybody will be clear on what I predict nineteen ninety eight. There's an article that I wrote when I was first blogging on the internet. And I wrote it because you know, I I was doing blogging. When when blogging was not considered blogging. Okay. It was where I wanted to express. My thoughts about the internet and about where it was going, and what was going to happen to it. And and so there were a number of things on my mind. And so I wrote an essay called from telling lies to telling stories and the freedom to do boat that was the name of the article from telling lies to telling stories and the freedom to do both. And if you're going to be searching for this. I doubt you're going to find on the internet. And the reason why is because those old articles, and I wrote were har- were a lot more controversial. And they probably have been there. No searches for them. They're in my archives. If you go to archives at ground zero the archived articles, you'll find it. And this is what I wrote back in nineteen ninety eight. I wrote the conservative backlash to the World Wide Web is evil and sinister and many people who do not use the web. We'll be judging its value by what is said by those in government who look at it new tool in feeding subversive propaganda. The mainstream media looks at the internet as a disinflation tool that spins yards of conspiracy, the supernatural and work logic. It has already positioned itself as a credible source for news that needs to campaign for journalistic standards on the net, the fear that exists is that those who control what you know are losing their grip in his obvious that they are. It is argued that those who get official consensus reality from credible news sources like the New York Times CNN and the network big three will clash with those who get consensus reality from the web. There'll be no social watering hole to quench that. There's free information. The mental individuality factor will be at an all time, high and social confusion will result. It is like this for the first time there is no final word on anything that was from nine hundred ninety eight when I wrote that in that's how he felt the internet would go that it would be no final word on anything in. This is where we are right now. Let's go to Tony New Hampshire. Hi, Tony on ground zero. Hey, how you doing? Doing good, man. Are you? The internet for musician. Forty years. But now, I'm on my own my old stuff, and are you YouTube to promote might music, and I've got all kinds of stuff on YouTube a lot of the old days. I was in. And so I usually the toll I keep in touch with my kids. I. See you every night. And you know, I wait, wait, Tillerson to you. Because you know, a good show. And you have a lot of good topics talk about. And I look forward to it. So how long you've been in bands? Tony. Two thousand four game. Wow. And what what were they were they jazz or were they what were they? Rock and roll band. I was on a journey. Like. The journey Cup bid at fourteen. The ninety s the stuff that I got on YouTube is like aging DC era black Sabbath a lot of them originals that we wrote along the way. If you go to shameless came was the name of the band. S H A M U S, I N shameless famous Cain that sounds evil. Is that was that was supposed to be kinda like it's kinda like, you know, she has Cain. The name I made a so you didn't get on the ouija board or anything, right? No. No. How rock is that dude got shameless Kane on board? Yeah. You could find myself on YouTube skein or Tony land because they saw that was so loud. I didn't need one. You turn it up to eleven my friend. That's what you dead did up. They just said I. Loud voice. Say that, you know, I didn't need a lamb. So they just started calling the AP. Oh my God. See you can sing above the Qatar. You got that much lung capacity. Well, pretty well. But not not when you turn. It gets has over, you know. Well, don't stop believing man shameless Cain. That's awesome. That's very often. Yeah. Right. I will. Thank you for calling loved the name. Take care. Rock and roll that man, we got the name shames Cain doing board thing back in the sixties drops massive the wolves started melt all of a sudden strange guy came up from the board. He says, I am seems came. Rock band. After me, you're going to be a big success. Okay. Thank you. Let's go to David in Texas. I David you're on ground zero quiet. I love your show. Thank you. Everything went a weird direction on us hold. I called the say that I've gotten off of Facebook because of the animal cruelty, and it was literally getting so bad that it was getting burned into my brain and literally causing me to get depressed to to a very unsafe level. And finally after some contemplation because I have friends overseas, and you know, Finland and things I just thought, you know, the the bad is is outweighing that good. And I finally got off it when you're talking mental cruelty. Where people send you pictures of like animals being hurt. Oh, yes. Or I saw and I don't even wanna tell anybody what I saw on that. But I saw things on Facebook that I knew people were sick, sir. I I will I will not even mention what I saw. David. I'll tell you. I I can understand that. Because I remember when I was I was at the Park City film festival doing Sundance thing. And then there was somebody going around with one of those billboard trucks, and they were from some animal rights thing. And they were showing while I was there at a bar having a drink. You see this cruelty? You know, you know, the animal being tortured on the video going through Park City. And I'm thinking, dude, we know animals are being treated badly. We don't need to see it while we're having fun at an event and say way, I feel when people are standing a pioneer square with signs of aborted babies standing, I I just I just don't we know it's horrific. We don't need it shoved in our face, and I worry David that's death fetishism when that happens because I know that it caused a mental breakdown in you, and it it is it's terrible. Yes, sir. I literally was getting as a therapist said mild post traumatic stress syndrome from it. Because I was literally it let me tell you. I've been off. But now for almost a year, and it just now has started to subside and get unburned out of my brain. Wow. That's how long it took them that smartphone. Let me tell you. I got rid of it you, and I would hear it ring weeks after I got rid of it. I would here like ghost rings of that phone ringing. Lead actor. I just anything healthy that this this direction has taken David you. I'm sorry. Have you talked about the phantom phone ring? Have you ever had the phantom vibration on your leg or on your own healthy fear that even when I had it, and I always left it in a drawer? 'cause I know it sounds paranoid. But I didn't all that radiation around me because I already knew that flip phones had a lot, and I didn't want his at my I get that. The phantom tingle in my leg thinking my phone is ringing in it's not. It's like on the chargers somewhere. It's really bizarre. I know this is a tool, and I it can be used for good. But I know you've already said it something has entered in. And now there is something different. And I saw what it did. I I didn't wanna play the musician car because that's not why call but I was also a recording engineer in L A. I worked at am records sound city record, excuse me, Suma music group. And I and I watched it the the digital slowly destroy the recording industry and made your are you of the opinion. Like, I am that there may be the ghost in the machine the phantom in the machine that it certainly is creating this downfall. Yes. And and remember the police album the one with their picture on the cover and they were digital images. Image was six six six minutes. Image was one of the members of the band. Yeah. Exactly. And then they did this spirits in the material world because it's coming into us, and we're going into it. So somewhere in the middle. The internet is clear. Treating a spiritual criss cross. And like you say we're already merging wish it and you're not too, correct? You ear only correct at the internet came into being thirty years ago on a public forum was actually created in the first internet was sent two hundred miles in nineteen sixty nine and and please see video called lo and behold lo and behold by Warner hers odd who is a documentary genius. Grizzly man and some other movie he's off he talks about that year. And if you know anything about, you know, Anton Levin and even Don Henley spoken about we haven't had that spirit here in nineteen sixty nine David, David. I'm running out of time..

Facebook David YouTube Cain Louis Facebook official Richard Trump Tony New Hampshire Tony Park City Finland New York Times chargers Tillerson CNN
"tony land" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. The internet's birthday. It's thirty years old today. Talking about whether or not it's enhanced our lives ruined our lives. What about it? It's so cool you'd reminiscent things about the internet. You know, I've been reminiscing, and it's nice to reminisce. But what we are. Now is the internet is far from what it was supposed to be. And I don't know. You know, I kind of blamed Facebook I really do. And and you know, somebody wrote zero. Yeah. Bitch and on Facebook. We you still post up on Facebook. Well, the reason why is because Facebook is a news aggregate or now, it's a news aggregate her. And so I agreed news through Facebook because people get but what forty fifty sixty maybe more percent of the news from Facebook. I mean, look, I have a personal Facebook. I don't do anything on it. Really? Sometimes I do stuff. Sometimes I don't I look at it to see if it's okay, it's they're still there. But it's my ground zero Facebook page. I care about. It's my ground zero Facebook official page that I care about. I know that there are friends of Facebook out the friends of quite Louis Facebook fans of CLYDE Lewis Facebook. I know there's a ground zero group out there. I know there's all kinds of others. But mine is mine, and I use it to aggregate news and to announce things on the show, it's immediacy with that. I'm sure there was another format that did that it was just as popular. I probably use it as well used my space because it was popular one time. So, you know, if I'm bitching about Facebook is because it deserves to be benched about there are things about I don't like I don't like the fact that they banned zero hedge last night. I don't like the fact that they did that. I don't like the fact that they want to team up with the Trump administration. They want to create their own social media to deny you benefits and deny you places. I mean, I'll get into that. If you want. I was reading about this yesterday was good news. The Trump administration wouldn't do that that's nonsense. It doesn't matter. The internet wants to the internet wants to thrive. But there are so many people including people in the Trump administration and want to control it. Predicted back in nineteen ninety eight. I'll read that again. So everybody will be clear on what I predict nineteen nine hundred. There's an article that I wrote when I was first blogging on the internet. And I wrote it because you know, I I was doing blogging. When when blogging was not considered blogging. Okay. It was where I wanted to express. My thoughts about the internet and about where it was going, and what was going to happen to it. And and so there were a number of things were on my mind. So I wrote an essay called from telling lies to telling stories and the freedom to both that was the name of the article from telling lies to telling stories and the freedom to do both. And if you're going to be searching for this. I doubt you're gonna find on the internet. And the reason why is because those old articles. And I wrote were har- were a lot more controversial. And they probably have been. There are no searches for them. They're in my archives. If you go to archives at ground zero the archived articles, you'll find it. And this is what I wrote back in nineteen ninety eight. I wrote the conservative backlash to the World Wide Web is evil and sinister and many people who do not use the web. We'll be judging its value by what is said by those in government who look at it. As a new tool in feeding subversive. Propaganda. The mainstream media looks at the internet has a disinflation tool that spins yards of conspiracy the supernatural warped. Logic is already positioned itself. As a credible source for news that needs to campaign for journalistic standards on the net, the fear that exists is that those who control what you know are losing their grip. It is obvious that they are. It is argued that those who get official consensus reality from credible news sources like the New York Times CNN and the network big three will clash with those who get consensus reality from the web. There will be no social watering hole to quench. The thirst for information. The mental individuality factor will be at an all time, high and social confusion will result. It is like this for the first time there is no final word on anything that was from nine hundred ninety eight when I wrote that and that's how I felt the internet would go that it would be no final word on anything. And this is where we are right now. Let's go to Tony in New Hampshire. Hi, Tony, you're on ground zero. Hey, how you doing? Doing good, man. Are you? The internet. For only Megyn. Forty years minute a lot of bands. But now I want my own right. My old stuff and. Are you YouTube to promote might music and? I've got all kinds of stuff on YouTube a lot of the old days. I was in. And so I use a tool, and I keep in touch with my kids. I. See you every night. And you know, I I wait wait Thorson to you. Because you know, you're good show. And you have a lot a lot of topics stock about. And I look forward to it. So how long you've been in bands? Tony. Four game. Wow. And what what were they mostly where they jazz or were? They what were they? Enroll bit I was on a journey cover band. The journey cover bid fourteen. The nineties the stuff that I got on YouTube is like ADD she era. The black Sabbath a lot of them originals that we wrote along the way. If you go to shavers. Cain was the name of the band. S H A M U S C A, I N shameless famous Cain that sounds evil. Dude. Is that was that was supposed to be kinda like it's kinda like Alice Cooper, you know, she is Cain. The name I made up. So you didn't get it on the ouija board or anything, right? No. No. How rock is that dude got shameless Kane on board? Yeah. You could find myself wide on YouTube by the shame of Cain or Tony land. Because they saw that was so loud. I didn't need one. You turn it up to eleven my friend. That's what you did. Did I like it up? Please just said, I actually am allow voice. He just said that you know, I didn't need them. So they just started calling the AP. Oh my God. You can sing above the Qatar. You got that much lung capacity. Well, pretty well. But not not when you turn the guitar is up over, you know. Well, don't stop believing man shameless Cain. That's awesome. That's very often. All right. Do I will? Thank you for calling love the name. All right. Take care. Rock and roll, man. We got the name is keen when we were doing board. Back in the sixties drop some acid the wolf starting to melt all of a sudden strained guy came up from the board. He says, I'm seems king. Even rock band. After me, you're gonna be a big success. Okay. Thank you. Let's go to David in Texas. I David you're on ground zero quiet. I love your show. Thank you. Everything when direction on us hold. I called the say that I've gotten off of Facebook because of the animal cruelty, and it was literally getting so bad that it was getting burned into my brain and literally causing me to get depressed to a to a very unsafe level. And finally after some contemplation because I have friends overseas, and you know, Finland and things I just thought, you know, the the bad is is outweighing the good, and I finally got off it when you're talking about cruelty. Where people send you pictures of like animals being hurt. Oh, yeah. Sure. I saw I don't even wanna tell anybody what I saw on that. But I saw things on Facebook that I knew people were sick. I I will not even mention what I saw. David. I'll tell you. I I can understand that. Because I remember when I was I was at the Park City film festival doing the Sundance thing. And then there was somebody going around with one of those billboard trucks, and they were from some animal rights thing. And they were showing while I was there at a bar having a drink. You see this cruelty, you know, an animal being tortured on the video going through Park City. And I'm thinking, dude, we know animals are being treated badly. We don't need to see it while we're having fun at an event and same way, I feel when people are standing pioneer square with signs of aborted babies standing, I I just I just thought we know it's horrific. We don't need it shoved in our face, and I worry David that's death fetishism when that happens because I know that it caused a mental breakdown in you, and it is it's it's terrible. Yes, sir. I literally was getting a therapist said mild post traumatic stress syndrome from it because I was literally it let me tell you. I've been off now for almost a year. Just now has started to subside and get unburned out of my brain. Wow. That's how long it took in that smartphone. Let me tell you. I got rid of it you, and I would hear it ringing weeks after I got rid of it. I would here like go strings of that phone ringing. Actor. I got rid of it. I just saw anything healthy that this this direction has taken David. Yeah. I'm sorry. Say have you talked about the phantom phone ring? Have you ever had the phantom vibration on your leg or on your arm? No, sir. Because I had a healthy fear that even when I had it, and I always left it in a drawer. 'cause I know it sounds paranoid. But I didn't want all that radiation around me because I already knew that flip phones a lot. And I didn't want us at my because I get them every once in a while getting the phantom tingle in my leg thinking my phone is ringing in it's not. It's like on the chargers somewhere. It's really bizarre. I know this is a tool, and I it can be used for good. But I know you've already said it something has entered in. And now there is something different. And and I saw what it did. I I didn't wanna play the musician car because that's not why it called. But I was also a recording engineer in LA. I worked at an record sound city record. Glad excuse me Schumer music group. And I and I watched it the the digital slowly destroy the recording industry and made are you of the opinion? Like, I am that there may be the ghost in the machine the phantom in the machine. It certainly is creating this downfall. Yes. And and remember the police album, the one with their picture on the cover and they were digital images and image was six six minutes. Image was one of the members of the band. Yeah. Exactly. And then they did this song spirits in the material world because it's coming into us, and we're going into it. So somewhere in the middle. The internet is creased treating a spiritual criss cross. And like you say we're already merging with it. And you're not too, correct? You ear only correct that the internet came into being thirty years ago on a public forum was actually created in the first internet was sent two hundred miles in nineteen sixty nine and please see a video called lo and behold L O N behold by Warner hers odd, again who is a documentary genius. Grizzly man. And some other movie is off he talks about that year. And if you know anything about, you know, Anton Levin and even Don Henley spoken about we haven't had that spirit here in nineteen sixty nine David, David. I'm running out of time. And you are you you've got me glued. I'm hanging on your every word you need to do me a favor. You got my Email? My email. You know, I do not serve it. I will be happy to get that. Right. Right. Get it. Okay. Well, it's ground zero PD exit. Yahoo dot com. K runs like Stella around zero PD dot com..

Facebook YouTube David Cain Louis Facebook Tony land official Trump Park City Alice Cooper Finland New York Times New Hampshire chargers Thorson CNN
"tony land" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on WRVA

"Nice to reminisce. But what we are. Now is the internet's far from what it was supposed to be. And I don't know. You know, I kind of blamed Facebook, I really do, and you know, somebody wrote zero. Yeah. Richard. I'm facebook. We're you still post up on Facebook. Well, the reason why is because Facebook is a news aggregate or now. A news aggregate her. And so I get news through Facebook because people get but what forty fifty sixty percent of the news from Facebook. I mean, look, I have a personal Facebook. I don't do anything on it. Really? Sometimes I do stop. Sometimes. I don't I look at it to see if it's okay, it's they're still there. But it's my ground zero Facebook page. That I care about. It's my ground zero Facebook official page that I care about. And I know that there are friends of Facebook out their friends of quite Louis. Facebook fans of quite Louis Facebook. I know there's a ground zero group out there. I know there's all kinds of others. But mine is mine, and I use it to aggregate news and to announce things on this show. It's immediacy with that. I'm sure if there was another format that did that it was just as popular I probably use it as well used my space because it was popular one time. So, you know, if I'm bitching about Facebook is because it deserves to be benched about there things about I don't like I don't like the fact that they ban zero hedge last night. I don't like the fact that they did that. I don't like the fact that they want to team up with the Trump administration. They want to create their own social media to deny you benefits and deny you places. I mean, I'll get into that. If you want. I was reading about this yesterday was fake news. The Trump administration wouldn't do that that's nonsense. It doesn't matter. The internet wants to you know, the internet wants to thrive, but there's so many people including people in the Trump administration to control it. Predicted back in nineteen ninety eight. And I'll read that again. So everybody will be clear on what I predict one thousand nine hundred. There's an article that I wrote when I was first blogging on the internet. And I wrote it because you know, I I was doing blogging. When when blogging was not considered blogging. Okay. It was where I wanted to express. My thoughts about the internet and about where it was going, and what was going to happen to it. And and so there were a number of things were on my mind. And so I wrote an essay called from telling lies to telling stories and the freedom to do boat that was the name of the article from telling lies to telling stories and the freedom to do both. And if you're going to be searching for this. I doubt you're going to find on the internet. And the reason why is because those old articles. And I wrote were har- were a lot more controversial. And they probably have been. There are no searches for them. They're in my archives. If you go to archives at ground zero the archived articles, you'll find it. And this is what I wrote back in nineteen ninety eight. I wrote the conservative backlash to the World Wide Web is evil and sinister and many people who do not use the web. We'll be judging its value by what is said by those in government who look at it as a new tool in feeding subversive propaganda. The mainstream media looks at the internet. Has addition formation tool that spins yards of conspiracy, the supernatural and warped logic. It already positioned itself as a credible source for news that needs to campaign for journalistic standards on the net, the fear that exists is that those who control what you know are losing their grip and his obvious that they are. It is argued that those who get official consensus reality from credible news sources like the New York Times CNN and the network big three will clash with those who get consensus reality from the web. There will be no social watering hole to quench that. There's free information. The mental individuality factor will be at an all time, high and social confusion will result. It is like this for the first time there is no final word on anything that was from nine hundred ninety eight when I wrote that in that's how I felt the internet would go. There would be no final word on anything in dishes where we are right now. Let's go to Tony New Hampshire. Hi, Tony on ground zero. Hey, how you doing? Doing good, man. Are you? The internet for only mediation. Forty years. Band. But now while my own, right? My old stuff and. I use YouTube to promote might music and. I've got all kinds of stuff on YouTube a lot of the old days. I was in. And so I use a toll and I keep in touch with my kids. I. See you every night. And you know, I wait, wait, Tillerson to you. Because you know, a good show. You a lot of good topics is stock about. And I look forward to it. So how long you've been in bands? Tony. Fourteen. Wow. And what what were they mostly were they jazz or were they what were they? Rock and roll bit. I was on a journey. Sing journey Cup bid at fourteen. The ninety s the stuff that I got on YouTube is like aging DC era black Sabbath a lot of them originals that we wrote along the way. If you go to shameless Cain was the name of the band. S H A M U S C A N, shameless famous Cain that sounds evil. Is that that was kinda like it's kinda like Cooper, you know, she canes. The name I made up. So you didn't get it on the ouija board or anything, right? No. No. Oh. How rock is that dude got shameless Kane on board? Yeah. You could find myself on YouTube when the shameless cane or Tony land because they saw that was so loud. I didn't need one. You turn it up to eleven my friend. That's what you dead. I like it up. Please. They just said, I definitely am allow voice. He just said that you know, I didn't need a lamp. So they just started calling me up. Oh my God. See you can sing above the Qatar. You got that much lung capacity. Well, pretty well. But not when you turn the guitar is up over, you know. Well, don't stop believe in man shameless. Cain. That's awesome. That's very often. All right. Do I will? Thank you for calling love the name. Take care. Rock and roll, man. We got the name shames king board. Thing back in the sixties drops a the wall started Mel, dude. All of a sudden strained guy came up with the board. He says, I am shemes king. Rock band. After me, you're going to be a big success. Okay. Thank you. Let's go to David in Texas. I David you're on ground zero quiet. I love your show. Thank you. Everything when a weird direction on us hold. I called the say that I've gotten off of space, but because of the animal cruelty, and it was literally getting so bad that it was getting burned into my brain and literally causing me to get depressed to to a very unsafe level. And finally after some contemplation because I have friends overseas, and you know, Finland and things I just thought, you know, the the bad is is outweighing the good. And I finally got off it when you talking mental cruelty where people send you pictures of like animals being hurt. Oh, yeah. Sure. I saw and I don't even want to tell anybody what I saw that. But I saw things on Facebook that I knew people were sick, sir. I I will I will not even mention what I saw. David. I'll tell you. I I can understand that. Because I remember when I was I was at the Park City film festival Sundance thing. And then there was somebody going around with one of those billboard trucks, and they were from some animal rights thing. And they were showing while I was there at a bar having a drink. You see this cruelty to the animal being tortured on the video going through Park City. And I'm thinking, dude, you know, we know animals are being treated badly. We don't need to see it while we're having fun at an event and say way, I feel when people are standing pioneer square with signs of aborted babies. You know, standing I just I just thought we know it's horrific. We don't need it shoved in our face, and I worry David that's death fetishism when that happens because I know that it caused a mental breakdown in you, and it it is it's it's terrible. Yes, sir. I literally was getting as a therapist said mild post traumatic stress syndrome from it. Because I was literally it let me tell you. I've been off. And now for almost a year just now has started to subside and get unburned out of my brain. Wow. That's how long it took. And that smartphone. Let me tell you. I got rid of it you, and I would hear it ringing weeks after I got rid of it. I would here like ghost rings of that phone ringing. Lead after I got rid of it. I just saw anything healthy that this this direction has taken care. David. I'm sorry. Say have you talked about the phantom phone ring? Have you ever had the phantom vibration on your leg or on your on your arm? No, sir. Because I had a healthy fear of that. Even when I had it, and I always left it in a drawer. 'cause I know it sounds paranoid. But I didn't want all that radiation around me because I already knew that flip phones had a lot. And I didn't want at my because I get the phantom tingle in my leg thinking my phone is ringing in. It's not. It's like on the chargers somewhere. It's really bizarre. I know this is a tool, and I it can be used for good. But I know you've already said it something has entered in. And now there is something different. And and I saw what it did. I didn't wanna play the musician car because that's not why call but I was also a recording engineer in LA. I worked at am records sound city record plant, excuse me, Suma music group. And I and I watched it the the digital slowly destroy the recording industry and made are you of the opinion? Like, I am that there may be the ghost in the machine that the phantom in the machine. It certainly is creating this downfall. Yes. And remember the police album the one with their picture on the cover and they were digital images. Image was six six image was one of the members of the band. Yeah. Exactly. And then they did this song spirits in the material world because it's coming into us, and we're going into it. So somewhere in the middle. The internet is creased treating a spiritual criss cross. And like you say we're already merging with it. And you're not too, correct? You ear only correct that the internet came into being thirty years ago on a public forum was actually created in the first internet was sent two hundred miles in nineteen sixty nine and please see a video called lo and behold L O N behold by Warner hers odd who is a documentary genius grizzly man, and some other movies he's off talks about that year. And if you know anything about, you know, Anton Levin and even Don Henley spoken about we haven't had that spirit here in nineteen sixty nine David, David. I'm running out of time. And you are you you have got me glued. I'm hanging on your every word you need to do me a favor. You got my Email?.

Facebook David YouTube Louis Facebook Cain official Richard Trump Tony New Hampshire Tony Park City Finland New York Times LA Suma music group chargers Tillerson
"tony land" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"At dream dot com. Questions nerd soup on soundcloud. I tuned Spotify. Yeah. You missed that that we're on Spotify. Now, we yeah. Really? I wouldn't lie. Yeah. That's true. Actually, you say when we go on Spotify. You'll say I said, that's what I did. Week or two weeks ago? I'm not sure. But yeah that trailer. I think my favorite part of the whole thing. I mean, just the whole look of the trailer the fog in the air, the the blue hues for the color palettes. It feels like a post apocalyptic world it that looks like. Yeah. Right. And that people are going to support groups captain America was in a support group. Right. I thought that was a hang out for like where where they're going where he meets with old war buddies. You know, it was funny because actually heard I think the rue socially statement. And that's are actually playing a game that day. That's just just turn out. I was. The Mets aren't good. That's a joke and they get no turnout. That's that's part of the joke to when that confused me. When I I saw it got to Yankee Stadium. Yeah. Hell they knew. Actually, not because Yankee Stadium. She Yankee Stadium Citi field you have the sponsorship. So again, some cash from that. Oh, yeah. Hundred percent, and that's a good look for city field. Yeah. I mean, just over look at the trailer in that moment, captain America. We've kind of just moving around his jaw see that. He's fuming. There's so many great shots about the whole trailer seeing rocket with the vendors nebula what Tony stock the odd. Couple them welding shit. Ooh. I don't know. Why that got me? Kansas cooking. Caq into she'll BIC. It's school people. Breaking it down. There's a scene when they're all walking and avengers the facility, and there's a scene when they're on a grass field, and it looks like there's a spot missing where just doesn't look right right yet. Somebody said extracts. Because you can't see him when he. Most folks are the worst you made one today about are you are you seeing wasn't fan was on the fan. I wonder who that could be though, probably captain marvel. Right. Will they're all looking up. So somebody mentioned that they might be looking up at captain marvel yet from where he or she came from looking up to see where it was a portal or something. Yeah. That's her grand entrance. Could be could be Tony landing nebula, and they're all showing there. They said the marketing to that. We're only going to see the first twenty minutes of the movie, right? Yeah. I mean, there's a trailer out, and it's called Infinity war so pretty much watch that to get high. They don't need anything more than what they gave given us so far. And I think that's the way they should handle it because I don't wanna see anything past the first twenty minutes and looks like some time has passed right? I don't think they made these posters and set up these support groups overnight. Yeah, I hope it's year because we know that things are probably going to somewhat go back to normal just to see how the world is dealing with this major apocalyptic event. I inevitably see that either with more. More movies or remove is always a good guy winning..

Mets Spotify captain America Yankee Stadium Yankee Stadium Citi captain marvel marvel Caq Tony Kansas twenty minutes Hundred percent two weeks
"tony land" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"tony land" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Thursday night. I go to Kansas City similar situation. They fall behind by double digits. They go out there. They rally multiple times to win that game. And of course, Tony land at the end of the game. He's like I'm not playing for. I'm not sending this overtime. Let's go for the win. And they find Mike Williams. Buck naked in the end zone. No, no chief around him. Catches the ball. So to me the chargers have a claim of. Yeah. We're completely different. Like, this is a listening to different mindset, and this is a different team. Now, if I'm the New England Patriots the dynasty is looking like an started a little not writing them off. By any stretch of the United Nations charter team. This is a different team is a different team. Philip rivers is ready to play. He knows. This is probably his last chance. He knows that. If he wants to join his stablemates from the two thousand four NFL draft. Of course, I'm talking about banning a bed Rothlisberger. This is his best opportunity because there is an absolutely great shot that the chargers could play host to the AFC championship game. And that again that is one of the game. I am looking forward to. I'm not ready to write off the patriots. I just think that the chargers are a lot different in a lot better than people are giving them credit for I tell you what Adam I think the colts visiting Los Angeles would be just an absolutely fantastic game. I'm with ya. Not help. I hope it happens. I wonder what your opinion is initially in the week. We've seen all the intangibles in favor of New England. The weather the chargers traveling to the east Brady's record of seven no against rivers personally. I think on the field. The chargers the better team. But there's all those trends if you will going against LA, I wonder if there's been a little bit of switch and momentum here with the activation of hunter Henry and not that he's going to be the most incredible player in game shape and make this be a difference maker on Sunday. But I think he can certainly play the decoy role and give New England a couple of problems. The other thing is Brandon me Bain and the personal situation. He has with his daughter, unfortunately, passing away. I wonder if that is also a motivational massive motivational spot for the chargers to build upon that and rally around this guy who's down right now that kind of turns the intangibles back in favor of the chargers a little bit in my opinion. Yeah. I mean, that's one of the things anything about what? It's interesting to talk about what a team has gone through over the last couple of years. I think anytime a team is relocated. There is so much that goes on. And there was so much acrimony, especially with the hardcore charger fan. The San Diego. Chargers fans were a great fan base. And I know there's still some who support them, but that team has had to rally around this for two seasons. Now, they go and they play at the Home Depot third or stubhub center. Whatever it's called think they could have the new sponsor right now and every week that stadium is filled with at least half of the opposing team's fan. And now you have a situation like you just described a moment ago. All this stuff can just bond teams together. And you know, and a lot of times these coaches really liked to dig deep enough against the world mentality. But the chartered a really in that situation charges are really in one of the one of the few teams that can actually be like the world is against us. We haven't had a home game in seemingly two years. So I. Just it just goes into their favor. And again, I don't wanna get too much into the. To what I was talking about a moment ago about how they've been a lot different winning those big games a season. But it's something you gotta you gotta pay Kita. And I think with with hunter Henry situation too. I think they're trying. I think they're actually pulling a little bit of a bell track. Bella, Bella, check move right here is like they know they're not going to be able to use them. He's not gonna be able to go out there and go out on the field and do anything. But the fact that you activated him, and he made Bill Belichick to think about it taking away some of the other things. Hey, baby. Mike Williams gets open on a key play. Now or something out. They've got so many so many available receivers to you know, and you think about these guys how well they played even when Melvin Gordon's gone down. They've had stable about Justin James or Justin Jackson, excuse me. He's been able to step up and the the other guy cash, I'm I'm losing my mind, but they have actually is there excuse me. So I I think that they've got a great shop, and this is probably the best. I would've style. About the chargers since the fourteen and two team in two thousand and six I think that. And I still kind of remember that. So I think that that could be something that kind of plays into this game this week. Here's the thing outta me. And and again, I think anybody that's not a patriots fan. Once still rivers to get this game. And again, it's not a game. That's going to win the Super Bowl. Would it could be a game? That does cement his legacy. We already most of us feel that this guy has played for long enough. And he's up there right there on the cusp of the hall of fame. There's no doubt about it. He hangs in the pocket as well. As anybody. He's not mobile. He did take off for a nice run last week, but that's few and far between, but he does stay in there in the face of some of the toughest pass rushes especially against a team like Baltimore. And you talked about those winds that they got. And then here's a charger team knowing that later in the day that Kansas City's gotta be at Seattle, and they have a chance if they beat the ravens to possibly have the number one seed the home field advantage throughout and they lay at the stubhub center. And then they have a chance to redeem themselves against Baltimore last week, and they get it done. But for them to be in position to lose that game on the final drive. That's what has me hesitant to take this charger team. Say look, I know they're a better team because there's no doubt. I love the defensive pressure that they're gonna put on a Lamar Jackson and get seven sacks. That's all well and good. But you got forty one year old Tom Brady standing back there that has a clock in his head that gets rid of that ball and point two seconds if he needs to and look you don't have Gordon anymore. So you have gronk. Yeah. Battlement and those guys have been banged up all year, but somehow Cordeiro Patterson or somebody's gonna step up. It's the New England way. It's what they do when you think they're done somehow they come through. Whether it's the Seattle win in the Super Bowl. The Atlanta winning the Super Bowl every time. We think this team is going to have the short end of the stick somehow some way they find a way to get it done. And the chargers somehow some way find a way not to get it done. You're not rolling brother. That's an I can't dispute anything that you said that that loss against the ravens at the stubhub center was inexplicable kind of predictable. I mean, it's just the way. I mean, it's just the way the NFL is. And it's so hard these teams to keep the momentum. And then when you go on the road, and you beat the Steelers and the chiefs hang on to beat the Bengals, you know, at some point a team comes in a little bit hungrier those things happen. It shouldn't happen. But it does happen. That's why these teams are infallible. You know, they have their their chinks in the armor and things like that. But I really do believe that of of the charter teams of the past. This is their best suited team to go out there and win that statement game since two thousand six and so I hope I'm rooting for him reasoning. You talk about about Philip rivers legacy. But I agree patriots. But nothing nothing's automatic. No doubt about it. All right. Let's get to Dallas in the Rams because Dallas already had their tickets. I think ticketed for the Superdome down there. New Orleans belong. Behold, they'll have probably thirty five thousand cowboy fans there at the Coliseum. Rams a team though that you know, if they get that offense going like they did earlier in the year. And then you know to close out the year. I mean Goth there's no doubt MRs Cooper Cup. But it's still, you know, again, if girlies, you know, eighty five percents better than the most running backs at one hundred percent should be a lot of fun. Now can the Rams slowdown? Zeki will Elliott that'll be a big part of Dallas game. Because I think Donald and sue can get pressure or help the corners with some blitzes. Get pressure on that Prescott. He's not the most mobile guy. But he is a guy that can pick and choose his spots to run the ball Irwin steps up gives them a tight end presence that they haven't really had all season. And maybe that was the confidence gained from that last game where they actually went after the win against the giants. Even though Eliot didn't play Prescott played the whole game. And then we got Beasley making the diving catch of the year in the back of the end zone. Then they go for two and get it. So they played to win that game in a game. They didn't need ten six looks better than nine and seven. Now, they go to LA boy. What about this game? Because I I mean, the rans when they have that offense going there are a lot of fun to watch. But this cowboy team right now, chemistry wise, they're playing pretty good ball. And it's playoff football two. And you talk about the chiefs and then needing to make a statement. I think the Rams like we're going to give them a little bit too much credit because we saw a couple of weeks ago, and it started I'll I'll give the lines the credit that they've been thirsting for the lions, you know, they kinda they kinda gave a blueprint of how to slow this team down to the bears went out there and absolutely hammered. That a lotta Rams fans are trying to say like, hey, you know, what that was. Cold was. It was actually a good defense just putting it to Jared Goff. And I need to see these guys step up. Now, obviously, they ended the season on a high note they had their little blowout win against San Francisco. So they could go into the playoffs and get that number two seed and not have to you know, not have to play another game in the opening round. Like they did last year where they did not show up. So that is one of the things that concerns me about you talk about thirty thirty thousand Cowboys. That's a that's a that's a that's a conservative estimate like I really want, and I live out here in California, as you all know, I want the LA Rams fans to step up like don't embarrass yourself. That's going to be terrible. It happened. That stadium is Cowboys fan. I mean any of it either team. Got to be awful with the bears or with the Rams or with the Cowboys. I should say at least their hope should be that all the bears fan for buying tickets in Los Angeles too. And they're selling them back. The Rams San, but at some point you got to step up like like show out like, it's it's one of those. It's unsettling. It's weird for me to say because I am a bears fan who lives out here. But. You know, like, you just got to step up for this one thing and as much as we love, Sean McVeigh, and I really do. I think he's been a fantastic. I dish into the NFL. I think that you could see with all the copycat hires nude to do to once, you know, who are Facebook friends with Sean McVeigh are getting hired at NFL head coaches, even though they flamed out in college or anything like that. But you know, what I mean it and Cowboys team, and I look at at defense, and how well they've been playing with at mountain west represent Jalen Smith has been playing pretty well to me, Sean Lee like used to be the the key cog deepen. Now. Like, we didn't even care if he play or not Dallas team is playing so well like you said back game against the giants showing that spirit. They want to go out there and fight. I'm really worried for the Rams. Well, I hope you're right that southern California shows up in force, Adam..

chargers New England Patriots Rams Los Angeles NFL New England Mike Williams Kansas City stadium Dallas Tom Brady giants hunter Henry Seattle stubhub center Melvin Gordon chiefs Philip rivers Adam
"tony land" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"tony land" Discussed on KCRW

"To Trump said the story just reinforces what they felt before anger and outrage, Brian man, NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. It's Edward Goldman without dog on KCRW. Tony Blair loaned. One of the best known Los Angeles artists figuratively and literally nailed it in his current exhibition at corn gallery exhibition running through November second for those familiar with his art. It's always a bit of a challenge to decide is he painter sculptor or collage artist. For me. Here's all three. I've been following his career for forty years and continue to be intrigued and then then world, but he's choose of materials and the unique way he plies them their land collect decades old team packaging and metal signs which he cuts into small shapes and proceeds to nail onto a wood panel in his signature style of collage villages work in the exhibition. Self is based on a polaroid image over young Tony land taken by his friend. Andy warhol. Close examination of the surface of his collages makes one thing that the source of the artist's inspiration must be native American quilting with a male playing the role of the needle. The number of new three dimensional works on display in the shape of Tango boxes, installed perpendicular to the wall. As a result. One can see main sides of that proverbial coin. In half an hour. Drive south on the four five freeway brings us to the Long Beach museum of art to see the first comprehensive exhibitions of paintings by the well-known Los Angeles Artis Johnson cine for several decades. The focus of the artists practice has been portrait of Latina day, laborers whom Sensini fines on the streets. Hold Sasha's and hires to pose for him at an hourly rate because the wearable time or his models is limited the has to work quickly to capture the personalities and certain vulnerability as well as the tension between the artist and model their body language indicates that these young men are not accustomed to being models. And definitely the artist's intention is not to beautify them. Instead Sunseeker focuses on the inherent, pride and bravado of this hard working, man. Even though all of them posed for the artist in his studio. It's walls dissolve and disappear. Well, all day liberals, quietly sit or stand staring at us, the artist's brushstrokes create a storm of color, Iran them, looking at this as I swear I could hear the noise over white paintbrush moving wildly across the canvas. I also want to praise long museum of art who not only organizing this important Solex additional Jones sensing work, but also for the but particularly attractive design or the exhibition Taisho theatricality that echoes the exuberance and sophistication of Sensini's brushwork. It's been Golden Dog on KCRW. KCRW sponsors include.

Tony Blair Los Angeles Sensini NPR KCRW Edward Goldman Long Beach museum of art Sasha Brian man Andy warhol Tony land long museum of art Trump Iran Sunseeker Artis Johnson corn gallery Taisho Jones
"tony land" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tony land" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Discussed names shawn hannidy snood if repea em on news talk 720 d got away i'm tony land with them to that department of transportation if you're looking for up to date road and construction information surely these are website nevada do you t dalkon shawn hannidy only on these talks 720 katy w where i've been saying about republicans they've lost any sense of identity go back in the obama years those of us that were conservative police say the same thing we'd be like you have the constitutional power the numerator power of the purse they could have taken a tough stand and they could have defended obamacare on had to be these new three pm talks 725 k d w at the opinions of the host sod katy w are their own i do not necessarily reflect the views of this station its management or beasley media group we will once again be contacts leaders love that oh everybody mark levane here are number 8773 a 1118773 a 13 a one month don't worry he'll be back in 20 years when he becomes the first person ever boo during the in memorial oh leaving them gold showing against the answers and all law nails is this the revolution.

nevada shawn hannidy obamacare beasley media group mark levane obama one month 20 years 725 k
"tony land" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tony land" Discussed on Who Charted

"Also draghi manner area but there is icy this is your hoodie hive recognize hoodie as easy daily amazon or a galactic took her dog build and put it on the couch because she just one of the cinema these i love the and um i i meant to the world of be unit though it certainly got me to understand the whole concept of it if you taking care some that's not a pain in the ass let's kinda mice to have it there his jewish school squeeze deji stare at you like she's like you just want something now she didn't like likes he doesn't ever talk like their i forgot user a couple times but she never makes she never like causes very kind of trouble whatsoever israel told are so great peterka girl coming in at number four area twenty with glad you came this look light ago room piled opioid band maybe i now glad to claim france out of one wasn't one the it was the other guys villa oh okay your area tony land where do ads you are coming through the ace hotel the sunday this year he cast planned cast glass 10dollar headshot 20dollar parcels stories g bds with each purchased a free howard kramer meltdown card and maybe springsteen rock is that true all of this has been slanged at the peak asked pekair splash send our great showcase shots 20dollar acid storage dvds free meltdown car with each purchase free springsteen rock alessio come in your coming out there with the backpack it sounds like i'll shipping oship kula hey how are we asked him gifts.

amazon france israel howard kramer springsteen 20dollar 10dollar
"tony land" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"tony land" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"For people who say tony lands even people who bought konya shares to get eight out immediate people by trump to lose money the kind of obvious say as is is to say well while i'm just king and ap that has that result like surely the cnn ah watching jyle leaders get it from that the problem with that is a twofold one is watkins like a theory of don't have internet access they can't king and api and can actually get the result in the second problem is even if he could sense for niche markets will have lots of financial monitor it of surrounding them cnn whatever for change the iersel and resolve market rob national if he can win a hundred dollars they not he's not going to do it the wife two hundred million um is that that's the con big league problem that and they lacked dinner access so the next obvious way to solve this problem as you say okay well why don't we just um you know appoint someone to do a multi naseem promise cnn guy he can you know by either side save that um trump wanted to know yet it or in the case of say a market on apples price he could say to apple closed at zero um in short apple nick mirtchev money even though apple really close that you know one hundred sixty five is simple and so that that's the problem in the way we we approach sagner is he say well why don't we distribute this cross a bunch of different people those people are called reporters usual supporters will have reputation associated with them and reputations like the best were you'd think up to describe it but it's not even it's not even a perfect word for it because what it is as it's not reputation like you have like five stars on amazon or you know a plus plus plus on ebay.

cnn watkins internet access apple sagner amazon ebay tony naseem hundred dollars
"tony land" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tony land" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The forecast from the wgn chicago weather center mostly cloudy today highs in the mid 40s tuesday about same cloudy mid40s again wednesday that same mid40s temperatures but with blue clear sunny skies finally the right now we're looking at partly cloudy skies at both reports 33 at o'hare thirty five at midway in highland park thirty two it's thirty six along chicago's lakefront get chicago news first at the top of every hour i'm vic von on chicago's very don't seven twenty wgn i have the online things stuff in the new god is stomach pain that slow yes yes i love tony land when i sides were if you're listening to it but john lewis zappala zanik are hey thing really suites on then hurdle worth unjust laws by frie oh god give us drugs rajabhai northwestern medicine job because they can live there a little bit musical director the vergara mice georgia northwestern medicine make people better make him as a better good morning got launched even warned chun very talented man mr to cautious is really good to lower arm just a clear of the obvious here for a second as a sounding like i'm super sick today i'm at that point in the cold where you sound much worse than you are which is a bad time to have a radio show but do you have anything for the voice that will keep me going tilton yet stop talking okay excellent ivf drake that down vicera my doctor and i wanna say hi to all the five people from marion joy and a bunch of your friends as well because when pressure medicine is the the.

highland park chicago director chun marion joy john lewis vergara tilton