17 Burst results for "Tony Moment"
"tony moment" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"My my estimate would be that would be impacted and just we saw the other day in things like south? African rand. In the next compay so I think the the first order effect would be through emerging-market currencies outside of something specific happening in in Europe. Now, we know with the European Bank index has been doing. For the past ten years in terms of kind of pulling. With a very large gravitational pull to to lower numbers. In terms of share prices I expect that continue this would definitely. Bait that. but I think the first order effects in the immediate effects would be in the in the emerging currencies the the story in South Africa and Brazil are slightly different right? All these things you have to kind of paint a picture and see what the weak points are the weak point. In Brazil and South Africa are the fiscal numbers in the dollar debt numbers. Numbers and trickier high but not quite as bad as the other countries. Okay. So let me see viner's Greg you would be. You based on. Your in this makes an even stronger gains for your bears this or is a bear Caesar's in Europe, which is derived entered. I wait take it one step higher on the global chain. And get back to your earlier point about the dollar and you know the best of a bad bunch I think the dollar is the best of the bad bunch. The US economy is the best of say a hurting bunch in terms of the impact their in nineteen. Now we have the US has the highest potential GDP It's it's the largest economy in the world it's got. Higher, productivity levels in most countries particularly. Europe as a whole and I think the US will be the leader. and particularly some of the contemporaneous numbers. And Some high frequency indicated we've been modeling. Point to the US doing better here relative to Europe and I think you're seeing that in some of the confidence numbers, industrial production numbers, inflation numbers coming out of Europe, as well as the covid nineteen mobility numbers. That leads us to view on the dollar. The overall issues in Europe on how the euro has evolved since its existence in the decline in Italian productivity and competitiveness in the rise in debt levels. In the package that's come out which was described as Hamilton Tony Moment, which I think is as far from the truth as you can get. In that only addresses ten percent of Italy's needs over the next few years. And that ten percent is contingent upon meeting hurdles which are unlikely to be met. that. Leads us to a Europe view versus the dollar and a peripheral view within Europe..
"tony moment" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Just all idiots every single and then she wins and I can't believe she's still watches her opinion on. That's amazing she's consistent. You know does she do you? I guess she or do you have any sort of big favorites either in seasons or people you've had over the years so I don't know about your Krim seemed seemed like who's the least big idiot from perspective so she's from originally will not originally She lived in San Antonio for a long time. So she is Kim Spradlin Fan Stony Upland with San Antonio and I'd say for me. Generally speaking for me survivor seasons are sort of a wash in less. A woman ends up winning the show. I've always pro the women contest on sand like this season for example going in my my a favorites and no particular order. But I wanted Sandra poverty. Natalie Denise and Kim to do well and I'll tell you that that double booed of Poverty Sandra First Week Quarantine. That actually did hurt me in a deep way. No like setting the tone for quarantine and this is going to be a disaster like this is the last major thing you'll save before you cut yourself off from the outside world unforeseen about a time. Yeah I like the women and I also do. I love it when a gay man can sneak in there and win it too. Yeah so this has been rough for each year I am. I do love Kim Denise Alliance but they can I mean. We'll get to that but I never seem to get on the right side of that vote. Yeah I don't know we really have been seeing Leon like Kim. Saddling is fully inform and winters at war. Even when like after wasting an idol? He's okay I'm finally in on a plan. I'm going to screw over Jeremy. And Lo and behold due to Tony's MAC nations. She's left out once again. All my gosh though. I was dying with Kim being on the money every single to on the fire token every single time. Jeremy Tony's playing us. He's playing you and her calling Tony Outright is face. All of that was so bad. So bad ass. He was so bad. I wrote like Kim knows all in all caps I was that was one of those moments like this is like what straight white men feel when they're heroes are out there like kicking ass like my heroes out there kicking as as loving in empowered as I can do anything am guilty of anything. I can do anything because his also my hero too. She's a lot of like hardcore rooting for I. It's not gonNA go well. I don't think and these next couple episodes for her for her. But this episode or I would love this. Reunions could be weird for many reasons but I know how Jessie like. Little Kids love. You can just imagine either Kim coming out. Jeff says these women in their twenties there just are they love you so much. They're all over. You go to me and the audience. If that was a thing they go to me on zoom exactly like when they used to do like The signs from the contestants hometowns and that person wanted so. You're you're one person celebration at your apartment. Yeah it's like me trying to get my cats involved. Hold the sign. Let's let's talk about this episode because I spoke about at the beginning but what an interesting episode of survivor it's storytelling in particular has been very interesting throughout the entire season but really for the first time in what. I feel like it's been a fairly evenly edited season. We got all Tony all the time. I mean he was so crucially involved in everything to the point where he was the one that made the move. He was the one that found the idol. He was the one that you know had to overcome extortion. And you know I've seen people go back and forth as to whether or not they liked this episode overall Aaron. What did you think about this hour of Tony? So I as I said I do tend to favor the women but Tony is one of the men that I have enjoyed on the show. I think he is very fun to watch Usually I would be so pissed at survivor an episode. Like this. I'd be like Gimme. GimMe a break. But he really. He found an idol he wanted. Mutebi was extorted and he kind up with a plan. So it's like it's sort of his episode. I Dunno Mike. What what were they supposed? How could they have edited around him to make it more balanced but I thought it was spotted? It was he in game changers. He did such a bad job of changing his strategy and he really did do a better job. This time of laying low and it all came flying out. He's like back onto the original island like doing everything and say betraying his own alliance. He's GonNa next week. You know. Try to do damage control. It's like Oh my God he just. He immediately turned back if he loves it. But that's the thing that was he says last week and that secrecy like I pleaded really slow because my wife and remind me that I should do that and then like as soon as wife left. He's like okay because away the mice will play. Let me do everything that I did before and I guess Leon it's just a matter of like I mean it gets a dish showed that patients pays off to a certain extent but I guess at a certain point especially when you're someone like Tony you have to rev up or maybe there was just so much pent up Tony nece inside if cork was gonNA pop off at any point. Yeah that must have been the case because there were even things. I didn't even remember that. Tony did and this episode until I ever watched it Tony. Finding me idol completely forgot about that and what. I was re watching it. I was like what is he digging for. He doesn't dig for the extortion like disadvantage and those. Oh Tony I found an idol. I couldn't even believe that and then I think we're just GONNA get the continuation of that story next week when we have. Tony in his treehouse. Despite shock thing away Tony Moment. That was so funny was when he was reading the extortion clue he and he enters the scene like sliding into home like rounding. I I was like this is insane. I love it because I run away so nobody would know that I was pretty sure people saw sprint. Like Hussein bolt out of Camp Toda. You can't really hide when you're just dashing mile a minute and the noise that that must have made too late not only. Is he running breathing? Heavy and then sliding through all the dirt and sticks and leaves and stuff. It's very obvious. But that editing of that scene was so good because like I also at the Mo- like didn't know exactly if it was an advantage or disadvantage because I kind of miss some of the language the first time I was like okay. Does he get to use it as an extortion. Or is he being extorted by the people on the edge so then by the end it was like this is being played against you. That was so amazing. Oh my God yeah that has to be. I think the shadiest writing an advantage that I've ever seen aside from when Sarah. Apparently said offscreen that said. Don't use the votes deal in the way. Stephen Fishbach did but to like build you up so much of light. This is great. This is what disadvantage will do. Also it's being played on you I guess I guess. I sort of had that last season to write with like Jamal reading through his note of like. Hey you learned a valuable lesson like sometimes you know a good. Somethings are too good to be true. By the way you won't be voting like they really like these sneaks surprises with the survivor writers so shady and sell mean but I love it at the same time so and I think it was good because it was it was ups and downs for Tony. There were there were levels to the performance. It wasn't just one note which also made it really enjoyable. Yeah that's the thing is that I do agree with that. I think this is not something I would like to see every single episode. Because then you get like survivor. Samoa or to go international the most recent season of Australian survivor and that's just not great storytelling but considering how integral Tony was to everything in this episode I could see the editors wanting to have a bit of fun and go a bit unconventional with giving him I think eighteen confessionals or something but I can understand that if people earn fans that they wouldn't necessarily see that but at the same time I feel like we saw enough of everyone else that we got like a general says that's what was happening. It helped the vote was pretty straightforward before. Tony mucked up the works of like okay. We're just GONNA split between Jeremy and Michelle and I mean. I think we have totally for many reasons on the season and one of them is. I think he was able to prevent a pretty. You know. Ho- homage Jeremy Down the line. Vote by taking out arguably I would think someone who was playing one of the best game so far this season I felt bad for so I I have. I liked the other alliance more. Obviously since Kim Denise Fan and so I have been rooting against so fi but Yeah it was sad and I think we've seen this sort of editing pattern throughout the season where it's almost like the episode that you go out. You actually don't get a lot of content which we didn't really get to see a lot from Sophie this episode and that was kind of sad except for at the end which. I don't know how to do this. Baller moment. I mean I know. They're all winners but like still. She's never voted out so one on their eighth time plane so she actually yeah exactly between that and her like walking out saying she needs to take the idol out of her crotch like she just like through. Tsa Away from Jeff and that's the thing as well maybe it's because of like my own brain. I forgot that Sophie had an idol. I know she mentioned it beforehand. But yeah I mean it's it's always tough to track the advantages and I think that Sophie has had that Idelson episode five or so and Lord knows a lot has happened since then right and I thought her whole Michelle's been getting more of it but like I was a lesser winner thing which I don't remember. I haven't rewatch her season because I was. That was the era where it was like. Everybody was getting brought back at every moment and I was so over coach that I really didn't like that season. But I remember loving that. She won and thought she was so deserving so it was. I didn't realize that the fan base sort of hey again. I'm talking to my grandmother. Who thinks they're all idiots? I didn't realize that she was not a beloved winner. Because I was like yes. Soviet rule that was surprising.
"tony moment" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Finding drones which shirt whatever but one it suffers from what? I have said before were to that. Final battle. Didn't matter where it took place. I mean the the set of the Disney experts. I mean the world. I mean the Tony Stark was. It didn't really play into it enough. It didn't really factor into the especially since they were flying around elsewhere as well. The speedway is way way way. Better refined piece. I think for sure this movie yet comparatively and like I think you get a better setpiece it. With the fight we warmonger in the first one. It wasn't a great one but I think it ultimately was better as a set piece battle the Banter yes. I agree and as we'll see in the marvel films. The Banter between these characters are going to be what carries a lot of it especially during the fights enhances it. I think they hit the balance and amazing way of course during avengers but of course Joss Weeden is known for his banter especially during action pieces and between characters but that also comes around too. I think you're right. There's a lot of problems with this film in terms of the glomming. A lot of stuff together but the thing that holds up and I think the thing that does especially well are the characters in their performances. I mean the problem with incredible. Hope this mishmash of alchemy is also that I don't think the characters and the performances were there enough because the characters weren't have enough of a personality. Meanwhile you really. We knew already J. Right like we knew pepper but I will say pepperpot. Mvp For this movie for me like we give goop a lot. You know a lot of backlash for her rightfully so in real life crazy or today but as an actress. She's great the way she's like freaking out a speedway seeing the way she's freaking out the end. I think she does such a great job. And Gwyneth paltrow definitely given. Mvp Credit for this movie. Even though it's a movie with a Great Mickey Rourke and a Great Sam Rockwell. Her all the way that said you also get black widow introduction to the character that really hits exactly who that character is throughout this movie and we kind of glossed over. But this is the first nick fury really like before he was there for a hot second but this is the first time Samuel Jackson. Playing that character plays that character perfectly. Like brabin actually was watching it and she's like Oh yeah. It didn't even occur to me that this first time really doing it. Because I'm just so used to being like net nick fury. But he was nick theory out the gate in a great way personality delivery attitude. Everything was there for that character and I commend that I also. I really can't blame him for wanting to be contract and having more screen time because a last course get to the last man but not even that the last passionate franchise that man did that he heard about star wars. He loved Star Wars that he got cast in this role he got screwed in such a bad ways. Like can't blame them for being a fan comics still alive alive. You don't see the body Dizzy PLA I mean I would watch the hell out of Like Brussel hands is such a base. Do Fan but rustling feathers but like it is crazy that or it's not crazy that he wanted a better approach for this character because they know Jackson's famously comic books happen loans is the best hours worst. Are You Russell Hands? Also by the way I do have a comment to throw out there because everything that Mickey was doing he showed up and he had that toothpick and I was like. Who's he wendell like? What is happening here? Yeah that's the new winners at it but it didn't out for whiplash. Unfortunately he's ahead of his time was out of a window. God Wendell's like I like that and he fully co-signed on the nick fury of it. All A SCARLETT JOHANSSON AS NATALIE. Rush men AK Natasha Romanov Aka. Black widow was very nearly not natalie. Rush Maneka Natasha Romanov AK black widow. Do you know this way. I remember this very well so I am too. I think I maybe have a little bit of like a softer spot in my heart for ironman too because at United talked about how the MC you is sort of like our adult star wars like this. The movies started as you and I were like at the outset of our careers so young adults just out of college and now these movies are happening and they'd like to find my adulthood which is a totally different experience than something like Star Wars which defines your childhood for US anyway And not even the cool ones unfortunately unfortunately the prequels but I was I was. I was working as a freelance writer. At this point in time two years beyond our days together Wizard magazine Kevin and at this point in time I am a writer for MTV splash page. Which is the Superhero movie blog? Where it was the superhero movies. Were such boom now after iron man and after Dark Knight and everything like that that it was all superhero. All the time and there was like a full vertical created for it over an MTV news. And I was one of Tho- the lead writers over there and so I was covering iron man to very aggressively like anytime. There was a casting announcement ironically enough for me. Anyway ultimately a typically unlike the Hollywood reporter it'd be linking out to them all the time there was this big song and dance about casting in the MC you like. Who's going to be or WHO's going to be Steve. Rogers who are these people going to be and for black widow? It was fairly set in stone for a while. I think that it was gonNA be Emily. Blunt was going to be black widow and then she had to withdraw because of her pre existing conflict with the twenty ten movie co first travels. Jack lack one to bring it back to a survivor reference. Yeah Jack Right that. I don't want to talk about that survivor. Sophie Clarke judging this news very harshly soapies reaction though is so perfect just has obviously done totally fine in her life in in a very good way and it's not impossible that we will someday talk about Emily Blunt as somebody in the MC you shall we just be like Super Cool and join the bandwagon and caller shot here. Is We're recording in April twenty. Twenty April Twenty Second Twenty Twenty S. We're recording this. Yeah obviously I'M WE BLUNT. Krinsky are going to be invisible woman and mister fantastic. Like that's absolutely what's going to happen? It should be and it's actually really fascinating interesting because John Krasinski was also marry. Yeah cats in America's okay magin rewards test. He he was right there he was right there and then it fell apart in Chris Evans came in. And we'll talk about that in a couple of weeks. Yeah we'll talk about it in a couple of weeks have been great to see. It would've been interesting. We would've got that ahead of time that said if we lost out on that so we could get we blend in John Kuczynski as Rian Sue. I mean worth worth it. In my opinion I think that would on that hard to imagine. Black widow has anybody other than Scarlett Johansson who has already very famous person at the time in is like a good get here but like this is a star making turn for her. This is going to lead her to a bunch of like these big action roles that she has a lot of the Oscar buzzy success that she has beyond this as well some of the unsavory thing I was gonna say she also say a real dumb stuff in real life but just as we're GONNA hold that against Goop for purposes of the character and the aggregating she's great. We can graders that character. Get INTO THAT OFF. Line as much as you'd like hit us up on that it's hard to think of that character without Scarlett Johansson and yet like I. I think it's because like she is really treated very much as I can be here. She's just sort of like she's talked about as a sexual harassment lawsuit in making by by peppered. Tony the way that Tony is treating her. You're looking back on this ten years down the line in our modern moment. A lot of this does not play very well. I don't know how great played even at the time. What's your take on going back and revisiting? The black widow origin story is sadly still many months away. Even though as we're recording this it should just be like a couple of weeks away. But this is the first black widow citing in the and she's going to go on to be a foundational player. I mean it's it is. It is awkward and weird and you know problematic. I mean like you said Tony. Stark is a problematic character in terms of his womanizing for sure. It is a bad trait of his for absolately. I do think though to an extent it does establish what that character is capable of in terms of using that part of her to her advantage. I mean we see it in avengers when she's you know pretending to be this weak willed person against Loki when they're conversing and she's just like I it you gave me what exactly I need to know so I think in a similar circumstance for us is that to her advantage in terms of engraving ourselves. Finding out information she needs. You know infiltrating you know she basically type person. Tony Stark is and use that to her advantage to accomplish a goal she wanted to do. Tony comes off looking bad. When she comes off looking like she needs to be a black widow so that aspect. I think does still work. You know we're not. It's hard because I think people look at Tony Moment and are still like. Yeah Tony Stark. As opposed to like probably not great I mean we read it though right and he has to. I think character growth is important. That includes bad traits. Like I think Tony becoming a better person. Even in that regard is important and I think too that he does. This goes on so I think it works in black widow. She has great moments in this her flipping happy Hogan over immediately. Her favorite move by the way she does that. Move all the time. They'll like the leg flip. She doesn't the person who enjoys subduing somebody by choking them out with their legs. More than Jack Bauer. Who also loves this move quite a bit yes? Zana on atop from. That's right that's right. Jensen Big Fan of hers by the Russians. Yeah right what it is and Jack Lower but I get Jack Bauer. He lives in Russia now rested them as always arrested in the not arrested. Keeper wants to do it again. That's where he is. But yeah it's it's it's yeah. I think it works well another thing though I have to say is we did jump over it but I gotta point out this line before I forget again but roadies introduction with Don cheadle of what is the quote. I wrote it down here. But he's essentially just like.
"tony moment" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"The good news is denise has found immunity idol news is Ben because then is a wild card so in that conversation that we got the denise says we should give maybe half the poverty. How do you feel? I think that's terrible. Okay what a drop. So going back to the idea of could with denise trying some sort of like double reverse psychology on Adam. This is something that has come up from a few of the listeners. Did Denise really think it was a good idea to give the ISLETA poverty? I do think the niece thought it was a really good idea. And that Adam Dr. Out of it. Yeah that was the impression I got that you know. Apparently I think I've heard that Poverty and denise did have some sort of relationship on the tribe at this point and that she probably felt like this was a great way of drawing poverty in now remember when she found the idol with Ben. Ben said. Don't give it to me. Use it to pull somebody else in like use it as a tool to pull somebody in and so. I think that she probably felt like I already have Adam. Why don't I use this on somebody who I have connection with? But maybe not. I'm not super solid with so I can pull them in and thinking along those lines. She thought about poverty at which point Adam was like no. That's yeah I think one of the more interesting confessionals of the episode was denise after she found the idol with Ben where she said she actually trust Ben more than than she would have if ben asked for half the idol since we got that confessional about her thoughts with the idol relating to one player. And then I think we would have got the confessional about Adam if she was trying to use double double reverse psychology on him to try to gauge his reaction to giving it to poverty so. I think we would have heard that from denise if that were the case I think the nieces of very good survivor player. I think she's a very good winner. But good winners are and good players. Sometimes make mistakes and I think this would have been a mistake that she she would have made but luckily as seemed to be a pretty good team I think to people who could bounce ideas off of each other and this is what happens when you have strong. Lions people are able to talk you down for making bad moves okay and Taryn one of the things that I really liked that you were talking about on Thursday was that you felt like that Ben. In the way that he was describing the old school alliance had the feel of somebody who was a conspiracy theorist who might have learned that his theories actually were right that he was I went to go. See The sonic the hedgehog movie and I think they had a guy who was a crazy. Carl I forget who it was but that you you like the idea that nobody's believing Ben. Well I mean. I haven't seen the sonic movie yet. But Yeah my sort of theory on. This would be like if that guy. I don't know if this is his character but if he saw sonic but by the time he pointed sonic out no everybody looked and he wasn't there anymore because he's so fast and so then he'd be like no they're seriously. There's a blue hedgehog and it'd be like you're crazy. Why are you being so crazy? Crazy Pete or whoever and and he would be like no seriously and there it is again. That's right there. And then they look and it's gone again. That was ben hearing about the old school lions from Danny and then from views like you just said it old school that was that was it that was. I'm telling you this is the thing like what are you talking about? Ben. I don't think you know what you're saying. No crazy carl crazy. Carl is character in the sonic the hedgehog movie okay. So after. That was very fun. Also okay we also I I know you have the legend ranking poll of the of the legendary wins. We have our own R. J. P. R. H. A. Pollster twitter account going asking some questions of the listeners. After each episode we did pull the audience who is playing the best game so far and I thought it was a interesting that we had such a runaway forty percent of the audience the people who took the survey said one person Jordan. You have any idea who it is. My guess is just based on the fact that to me. It's between two people. They're both in the lions together but Sophie is now the one who has half of an idol and I think we did see a lot more of her this week than we saw. You'll it's at least one account came to strategy and not breadfruit. I'M GONNA say. Most people said Sophie selfie forty percent forty percent of the audience of polled said Sofi Twenty one percent. You'll and then Ataman Boston Rob Ten percent we asked the audience which cops are us. Three Point Zero outcome is most likely Sarah Betrays Tony. Tony Betrays Sarah or neither Tony nor Sarah turn to each other or turn on each other. Taryn what do you think is the most likely outcome predicted by the audience? It has to be Tony betrays there. I mean they the whole portrayal of them coming back together. Cops ARE US was like. Hey remember the time. I betrayed you in the salon. Sarah's like Oh yeah but hopefully. That's not going to happen this time because I know who you are right. And he was like totally and she's like well as long as it stays secret. We're going to be fine and it really felt to me like they're setting up. Tony Outing the Alliance and somehow getting Sarah voted out or maybe even actively betraying her so the audience who voted forty four percent said was most likely Sarah Betrays Tony at some Paul. I I don't know just this whole thing. Cops ARE US three point zero. Karen. Just how creatively bankrupt is. Hollywood to have another sequel. Cops ARE US three point. Oh can we come up with something? Original Look Rob. This has been going on for a the buddy cop. Two movies have been very popular throughout cinema cinematic history. And you know when when Tony is a lead character. You can't go wrong you just use throw as many titles. Adam as you can. Maybe they locked into a contract inserters milking what's a worse idea cops three point. Oh or bad boys for life well. I'm liking cops arrest report if it means that tone is able to get farther in the game then he would without Sarah. I like it I would say. That's the better idea than bad boys for life. How many that This is the third one I two. So who's who who's Who's Martin Lawrence? And who's Will Smith you think I've seen that voice for an ordinary. I mean I like will Smith better than in Lawrence. Tony's vote Smith. Okay all right if you say that Tony based on a little bit that I know of the bad boys franchise. I think that Tony is more of the Martin Lawrence. I know nothing about this franchise. I'm just going by which ones I think is is a better actor. Yeah I think it will. Smith is more of the By the book bad boy and then Tony is more of the Off-the-wall wild man Martin Lawrence. Yeah so this is like the the llamas strikes back. Yeah I think Sarah sort of like the straight cop in Tony's the bad cop crazy he's on probation. She's the probation officer. I think they're both police officers But maybe he's on the brink of being fired like the chief of Police. F- Lachey in my office. Now Oh my God I had no idea you know. I don't play by the rule book. I you time after time. You keep this guy on a short leash or you all. Have you guys work in the Jaywalking Crosswalk? Oh my God. Please give us one more chance and that ladder I saw was a violation of every safety protocol that we have on the fourth had the handover the construction worker permit amazing that. No one stole Tony's tools when he was making his ladder. Because that's apparently what happens when you have tools you turn around and it's gone. Yeah that's one of the issues. Okay all right. Oh One last Tony Question that we survey the listeners. Will Tony's ladder be the craziest? Tony Moment of the season Taryn. What do you think that the audience said? Tony's ladders that going to be the craziest Tony moment of the season. How what part if you have a sense of. What percentage of the audience thought that? Maybe that was going to be the craziest Tony. Moment of the season. Like less than ten percents seven percents. That would be the craziest Tony Moment of the season. All right I feel I feel good now. Yeah we're not going to be emboldened by the fact that he did not die houses Gal Alive. He's going to be emboldened by the fact that he didn't die in the ladder. We see him in the previous for next week holding a shark running around with the sharks so that could potentially end up being crazier and then the fact that he has already eclipsed the the amount of time that he was in survivor. Game Changers I think you really feels like the longer he's in. The game is kind of like the Costanza where you just The longer that he's there the long that he can make an impression with people he stays with people that are going to like him more and more and he's going to be able to get crazier and crazier to the point. Where he's making spy shots and spy bunkers again and talking Lama. I think we're GONNA get full full on Tony. Amer giving it more and more as the episode episode role on not to mention who could even imagine what he's capable on of on the edge of extinction. I think I think we need to be worried for Tony's health. I think that the pattern here is that what we saw from. Tony and his original game is that he did whatever wanted strategically and he never got punished for it. You never got voted out. And he won the game so then he came back to game changer and he can do whatever I want. And we saw the tragic results and now the same thing is happening but with his physical safety. He's making ladders and he's climbing and he's like Hey. I don't have to invoke the latter clause in my contract and so I think he feels like he can do anything. And you won't be punished for it. You won't die. Tyson with the ladder clauses At some point. Okay all right. I anything else that you wanted before we start to get into social media this week Taryn I just Check out the PODCAST. It's a fun all right. Well we got a lot to do here. You don't have to go get until plugs yet now. Look you asked me for a thing. Okay all right all right. So let's go ahead and get into everything on a busy week over on the survivor. Social Media. Let's bring in the Great Jacob..
"tony moment" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Twenty KMOX so voice of the cardinals final segment with just soup on Matt Morris a Mike Shannon and one person we haven't talked about is told Lou Russo the guy who really was at the helm of this whole thing it everybody who knows Tony has a Tony moment someone here what your Tony moment might have been with the skipper well my Tony moment usually happen when used to make his rounds in the outfield and I'd always asking Hey skipper hide Hey doing these illus he would always say check with you know after the game right so after about a week of that he walked I say Hey skipper how you doing right now he looked at me and he smiled he is a he yeah basically saying you got me and then he made his rounds but I you know what that was the first time playing for manager like him in and I respected at the at the big office and I had respect for that in the end and I think he protected the team and and protected you know if the offense was was wasn't doing any put it on the the pitching if the pitching was and how to do it then he put it on the offense and he took the the pressure off the the whatever was struggling as a team at the time and and so I I mean I love plan he never through anyone on now yeah you know I became a really good friend of hers and still I still am and and I used to own the new was full of it and so forth and so on but you know and I and it is some this techniques in this philosophy I didn't approve of but how you gonna argue with his success and I and and I used to say that on here too you know should I batted eighth at time right.
"tony moment" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To live with Mike Shannon sponsored by good will give hope give local give good will now once again Mike Sherman and Michael a board final segment with just two palm Matt Morris and Mike Shannon and one person we haven't talked about is told Lou Russo the guy who really was at the helm of this whole thing it everybody who knows Tony has a Tony moment someone here what your Tony moment might have been with the skipper well my Tony moment usually happen when used to make his rounds in the outfield and I'd always asking Hey skipper hide Hey doing these illus he would always say check with you know I think yeah right so after about a week of that he walked I say Hey skipper how you doing right now he looked at me and he smiled it is a he yeah basically saying you got me and then he made his rounds but I you know what that was the first time playing for manager like him in and I respected at the at the big office and I had respect for that in the end and I think he protected the team in and protected you know if the offense was with wasn't doing any put it on the the pitching if the pitching was and how to do it then he put it on the offense and he took to the pressure off the the whatever was struggling as a team at the time and and so I I mean I love plan he never through anyone on now now now you know I became a really good friend of hers and still I still am and and I used to own the new was full of it and so forth and so on but you know and I and it is some this techniques in this philosophy I didn't approve of but how you gonna argue with his success and I and and I used to say that on here too you know should I batted eighth at time right I was stylin.
"tony moment" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Tara sound. They're terrible. Not as good as another classic. Tony award moment. Bb newer leading everybody, and all that jazz from Chicago. What? And that. As of stockings. And that that's, that's great. And also other one sees member. This one Natalie seasons. Love from rent MO my favorites. Absoulutely. Nineteen ninety six. Now. That's good. And what was so poignant about that was Jonathan Larson, who wrote rent he died. Right. The night of the dress rehearsal when off Broadway. So he did not live to see rent sweep the Tony awards that year and his sister, Julie Larsen, who know she had to get up and accept the award for book score and best musical for her brother, who had died at thirty five years old. And that's that's Tony moment. Absolutely. And then there's another classic one. So the first Broadway show advertise a kid was Anne, at our remember watching the Tony words and the brilliant Dorothy, Loudon singing, easy street. Back in nineteen seventy seventy seven. Yeah. And there was a sad moment for Dorothy Loudon too, because you member Len. The Norman Paris trio jazz, musicians Norman Norman Paris was famous jazz bandleader, and he endorsed Loudon had been lovers for many, many years. But Norman Paris was married and he was deeply Catholic, so he would not get a divorce from his wife and then his wife died, and he Dorothy were able to get married and he died nine months after they got married. She was starring Anne Broadway won the Tony word about last night. There was a moment of, for example, this actress Allie, stroke, she's in a wheelchair. She's the first ever win. Tony, she appears in Oklahoma. And she won Finally, I need to think my home team, my best friends who have held my hand. Hands and pulled me around New York City for years, helping me on top of that Ridgewood, New Jersey. Yeah. Yeah. Very good, Natalie girl, local girl, so good for good for at least the paper mill playhouse. All those excerpts that we played from the best Tony words circle of life from the lion. King easy street from any rent Chicago. They're all on our website, seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon, Michael. They're all the excerpts from the Tony words back in those days when they did great numbers on the show. I was very disappointed in most of the numbers that they put on last night. I did not think that those numbers share you love that show. I, I did not think that the things seemed off to me the tempo was off. I just didn't think it was very good. What's this thing? You pulled from nineteen eighty two. Oh, this is the best of all time. This is Jennifer Holliday singing. And I'm going from Dreamgirls. I saw that show. Eighty eighty two. Oh my God. Let me tell you. I was in.
"tony moment" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Okay. Sure. Or clean up whatever you need to do what clean like if you need to clean, a wound. So man, here's your Cowboys pal. Charles. Haley could have seen the future. Probably saves you. Yes, there it is Charles Haley standing there. And and Parker said on all flights from Dallas to LA today on American. They each seat had a Cowboys towel draped over. So that's awesome. Awesome. Get on your airplane. You're like what does this towel four? Is this the cover up because it's cold in here. No, this is just celebrate. Awesome. There you go toward you guys. We'd start with something. Awesome. Very cool. I trust all these stories will be positive then. There was a report today. Mike Fisher on one dot com. Oh. Just because it's it's gotta be sad or negative. I mean, well, plus you go well, Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle, David Irving. Trouble with the NFL for allegedly missing several drug tests. He played for the Cowboys since the Redskins game in October. A hasn't played since that game. He's been plagued by off field issues the entire season. And he missed he missed some of these times when he had to go get a drug test. And now now somebody close to the situation has said he has not been reprimanded by the NFL and has received nothing official from the NFL. However, knowing this news, here's something else that stands out to me as a problem. We already know what he's going through with his familial situation direct. And you know, she's trying to build a case against him. This doesn't look I don't I don't know. If it doesn't look good or maybe it was smart. Maybe he is smoking marijuana. And if he shows up and gets hit with that by the NFL. That's it. That's already. There you go. Bam book he's an unfit parent there right now. There's no tests that shows anything I wonder if there was advice given to him and said, hey, man, if you want this you can't do this. Sorry, you're NFL career. And is it worth it? For him. He looks like he's people said he's kind of checked out. So for the Cowboys. They played an entire season without him pretty much. They've done very well. The the idea was that the tank and and him we're gonna dominate together. But so far Collins done good moving over and Antoine. Woods. Looked really good filling in for me, colony Randy, Gregory Radi. Gregory's been great this year too. I'm very happy with the work. Even though there have been moments. I've been very happy with the other stuff that he's done redone with Irving them. I am. I mean, what you don't need you, man. We, but I also understand the way the Cowboys look at things, and they try to give people as many chances possible when people are going through hard times Jerry gets personally involved emotionally involved. So I understand what if they continue to try. I mean because we wouldn't have rainy, Gregory, if they gave up on by we wouldn't be in this in this moment. So in rainy, Gregory wouldn't be a reclamation project, which may end up being it may end up being a really good inspirational story might be something good that comes out of this. It could. From what I understand too. It's not like Randy was a bad person. He had a situation that he had a problem with and he's somehow been able to overcome it or whatever he's done the. So there you go. That's the sad story with David Irving. You want to hear another positive story Jerry Jones on with the G bag nation earlier today, they asked about Colby easily. Here were his thoughts about Kobe's Lee plan on Saturday night. Against the Rams. Well, I my feeling right now is to play with go. Visit. You've watched overcome at the game on game day watch to overcome some of those makes right there. And so he's given his past with ways century given having indication for success, but quite an accomplishment. He's a competitor from the Joe. And and so now, we're planning on having totally saw. I like that. I like that a lot. I mean, even if even if you found out as the game went along he was kind of limited. It's good to have that option to start with. And even if he's a potential decoy if that helps draw some of the attention away from whether it's Zeke, whether it's Mari. I I support that the he's one of the most important guys on on the field when it comes to its Dax Zeke Amari, those are the those are the first three now, I'm not giving enough credit to the offense of line. But when it comes to skill position players. Okay. He's the next guy. For me. And I love Gallup. But I think that Cole Beasley just being there is more important because what they can do out of the slot. Okay. Jar Wen's growth that that was something you didn't expect now of a sudden it throws a new wrinkle into what they gotta think about whenever they're covering the Cowboys gallop is fun to watch. But I think Kobe's Lee is very important to what the offense wants to do. And what Dak Prescott sees when he drops back third down. He felt very comfortable throwing Kobe's knowing where he was going to be so just and it sounds like it's more of an I don't know how you guys feel about this. It's it's it's a physical situation that he can play through. And I think it's just pain you can play through pain, but you can't play through this isn't right. You know, something's wrong in their bones broken. You can't play through something. That's wrong. Plate. You can force yourself through pain. But we might see is we might see like Kobe said make reception run to the sideline tape it jacket with whatever Aaron Rodgers injected his knee with asthma knee me. He comes off the sideline. It's michael. And then he goes maybe what if he catches that touchdown that story right there. And that's another thing is week to week. It sounds like as long as you can tolerate the pain. He'll be out on the field as long as nothing really gets messed up inside of his body. Make you deal. He scores. A touchdown. We win the game. I will never ever bring up. The fact that he quit the team. All right, there, you go ever seems like you're pretty ridiculous thing. That's what it's gonna take whatever that's fine in this game. Only like what if your scores the game winning Super Bowl touchdown. But doesn't score a touchdown this week. Except that deal that deal extends to this game the NFC championship game and the Super Bowl preseason game one. Yeah. No. I mean, he may not even be on the team preseason game. What are you saying? I mean, he might not be able to be on what you mean? I know that's not what you mean. Guys. Tony Romo says the Cowboys can win the Super Bowl. Acitivity just bleeding now the segment right now he was like look at our quarterback Tony Romo. I couldn't help. But I'm sorry. Went through his initial list of Super Bowl favorites, you listed the saints. Rams chiefs and patriots playing at home this weekend. Okay. We'll hold on. We're not on the. Yeah. I know what you said. But he did have some interesting comments when he was asked specifically about the Cowboys. All right. So he was talking about the Cowboys. He said this is according to USA today. He said there were two reasons why he thinks the Cowboys should be competitive Saturday night against the Rams said if you can stop the run and run the football you're going to be in every game. If you look at the front seven of the Cowboys they're going to be in every game because the defense you just go up and down the field on them. You just can't. So there's going to be tougher test this week because their defense is going to keep them in the game. But you just have to score a touchdown in the second half at the right moment. And if you do the Cowboys are absolutely in position in which they can win the Super Bowl. It's kind of soft kinda saw that sounds like you said that they're going to win the Super Bowl does it. Or does it sound like I mean, you know, the game's going pretty well, then you score at the right time at the end of the game. Like, okay, sure, he knows this team. He knows the model of this team though. Right. Like that's Jason Garrett. Hey, look, stay close and in the second half. That's what he's saying is that's the Cowboys game plan keep it closed with the run game. Keep a close with the run stop. And in the second half make that one moment happen, and it and it happened with Dez that was Tony's moment that play they've been waiting for that moment, and it was banned there. It is. We should have one dude. I can't do it anymore. I can't I can't hear we play now. Yeah. So bad. I want to get to this fourth quarter. So bad right now fair unfair. I dislike if they were to win this weekend. You could always end any Dak Romo argument. Well, Dak made it further than Romo ever. Did. That's all you have to say just to infuriate them. Hey, by the way, when you're talking about wanting to play that game right now, you realize you are not alone. Like that. Michael Jackson song you. Leslie pedophile is. Yes. Don't do it. Humans of the world is the average ticket price. We talked about how last thirty nine dollars seven hundred eight. Okay. All right. But it is skyrocketed, and vivid seats is saying that based on their market research. Thirty one percent of the fans in the stadium will be Cowboys fans, though, I saw someone earlier text in that they estimated their estimate was way off for the Cotton Bowl fan setup with Notre Dame. And so and you heard Matt Baker earlier saying he could easily see it being fifty percent crab shaker. The red breaker. Yes. The spread breaker gets booed in the bar. We're the KFC masterpiece on what five through the fed coming up next..
"tony moment" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast
"So you've been fans and you've been on Broadway? Yeah, man. I've been my wife accident. I was doing Broadway. I was out there in New York, and you know it's cool at the same dance act and do all that. And then about eight years ago we met, you know, cut to we married now with a couple of kids guess so it's it's been. It's been great. So you know, I try to because I was a kid. I've been in this house like ten years old to over thirty years, you know, and we're the same Ariza and everything. So it's, you know, it's very difficult. That's why I got mad respect for you to cause making those transitions after so many different types of errors. Right? Are very difficult, but you keep reinventing yourself, keep doing different things and you know that's what that's what I try to do because there are no rules really an entertainment. Right? So. You've been from television shows to hosting, shows live performances to movies to to every element. So what element is it that you love the most? You know, I do. I like off Ormes entertainment. I got. I like to get a chance to perform and I did some at the Hollywood bowl recently another another play and just like this Christmas movie. But I gotta be honest. I love being host the most because I, it's just come more natural, whether I'm hosting, like, you know, got massage on my house. I think if you just like people you just like to talk, then you're, you're always kind of a host. So you know, there's no clue thing. Then I think we just get to be yourself and hang out and get to talk to people. That's why like doing my show extra so much because I'm ten years in and I get to talk to like the most fascinating people in TV film music. You know, sometimes it goes into sports and politics and all that. So and I'm genuinely like inquisitive. So doing that, what am I director on the show? He's a real big fan of yours. He, what did you want to do? And I wouldn't ask them all. I. He wanted you to reenact one of the scenes. He wanted me to rock my all school mog. 'cause I used to have kind of like a Jerry. Type back in the day, wasn't it. Right. Era. That's why he wanted to see his. I still have my hair. I appreciate it. Thank you. Yes. Is there is particular actor actress that you interview that shock you that they knew you was? Well, yeah, I'll Pacino like knew who I was. Hawaiian right. Tony moments of. Understand that we still have their spirit in us when we meet certain people and they know who we are. It blows our mind. I'm pretty sure like you meeting all these great actors and actresses so Pacino knowing you had to be like a trip me out. Face movie. Yeah, exactly. So, yeah, there's always those pinch me moments which is kinda cool, you know, as fly. Yeah. Yeah, wasn't colors. You know? How does that movie that movie that movie right there was one of the greatest upon steel is still owes up that movies does do. Picture, but I. Supposed to be Philippe is as we Philippa, but I was too tall for Trinidad. Silvis always Philippe is friend. Thought was getting completely entity, but I still made it. So I was like walking down when I was with the twenty first street. So yeah, I remember twenty first street and then with frog with frog and I was do with the little talk can and I have forgot what I gang leader delete. It was. They had a couple of brothers in there which was tight down the white dude Mallika. Yeah, the Weddell he was tight. The Oji miekel. From blood in blood. That was Sean Penn and Dennis. Yeah, Robert Duvall Damon wayans was in that movie. To m night mail..
"tony moment" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Or more on car insurance the only took us about ninety minutes with Steve Harvey found ourselves on different sides of an. Issue that, being the hall of fame and, how baseball players should get electorates of course on the aftermath of Barry Bonds. Having his retirement ceremony in San Francisco over the weekend is number gets retired there Willie Mays mung others pushing. For Barry Bonds to get into the baseball fan bonds topped out this year fifty six point four percent of. The vote yet get seventy. Five percents to get in. Steve believes you should I am against that Steve I've, got you this though is it your opinion that if guys. Test positive now let's say Bryce Harper test positive or Mike trout? Test, positive should that disqualify them know from being in hall of fame now no Okay. Alex Rodriguez is a hall of Famer mania Ramirez is a. Hall of Famer all these guys are hall they were the dominant players. Of their era so and by the way when we talk about PD you don't care you don't care I really do not care I don't care I'll tell you why. Because you, know what what what's amazing to, me about this whole p. e. d. thing is that performance enhancing drugs or. Performance enhancers in general have been part of sports since I don't know the gladiators everyone is looking for an. Edge I do you want to go back into the hall of fame and throw a Gaylord Perry who openly. Admitted he used a spitball. Or Don Sutton or any. Of those guys although Sutton should never been in the, hall in the first place despite those three hundred wins I. Don't I don't quite get that one was setting a dominant pitcher? Anyway So this idea. Of athletes trying to gain? An edge over their competitors, is, as old as sports itself so why. Is. PD use different I mean we. We known about Greenies we. Known about stimulants there's been a lot of. Things documented just in the, history of baseball I won't, go into the, others purchase but. Staying in baseball we've even. Had hall of. Famers like maize and? Gibson other guys that, have said look at these things have been available to me in those days and since there were no rules on the, books why wouldn't I've used them so why is it different, for you Chris as far as. The so-called PD use as opposed to other guys that use different ways to gain an advantage over their competitors well I think the pharmaceutical aspect to it is that differentiates it, from what you were talking about with the spitball or guys putting. Pine tar on their hats. Differentiated in. That sense but what what affects me and what I think is Coming Steve what's coming down? The pipe and I believe this boxing? To, and it's probably more difficult to actually happen in baseball but this is going to come a point in boxing where somebody is? Killed, in the ring by a guy who in the aftermath of that fight test positive for PD's Andrew lesser degree ask you this you mean like create something like that yeah but. That's I mean guys die in boxing all the time I mean that was the Russian was. On, all the, steroid use, everything and kills the, guy right exactly In baseball what happens if like you have kind of a Tony moments but worse where a guy. Drill somebody, with a nine hundred mile per fastball in the aftermath of that he? Tests positive for something I mean should there be a greater punishment for someone that does that, again? Here here's my point about we were talking, earlier about, east, sports, like. This wave, of e sports right and how do legit, Ellison, our, opinions. Sports keep, pace bigger stronger faster I'm sorry this is this is where we're at bigger stronger. Faster? Whatever By any means necessary to get there, now? One hundred percent kosher with us no but, accept the, fact, that, it's. Going on, and to deny and say well we've turned, the, pages, shortsighted A, lot more to come eight seven. Seven, nine nine six six three six nine if you wanna weigh in Kris, Maddox, Steve Hartman here on FOX Hey.
"tony moment" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Reason i've been able to break through a little bit bainer is i go to the highest levels and i only talk business only business it's they're all cfo driven has nothing to do with the cmo it has nothing to do with the ceo just fucking math and i just talked business and the real businesses retailers are taking all their money because they're pouring all the money into trade they're barely marketing anymore and when market it's not working and listen the res i don't know where you work or what exact relationship but like i sit in these meetings i've not sat with a traditional creative shop that's playing around here and watch them deviate anything from thirty second spots and the media company forget about it they're not gonna let you have any breathing room because all their money's on programmatic and television they lose money on facebook they lose money doing proper parole google they lose money on influence that's going to prp they're not going to do that got it one of the reasons the agencies thanks is because the enemy a hundred thousand percent television say no and profitable and profitable funded is to be a big it's the only vantage a holding company has fainter media has won the digital media business from chase from montes from tons of companies because that's done on merit that's a skill if the planet you have to just a creative like it's a skill a holding company like wpn an omni com they just use their buying power to get a better rate with cbs abc i can't do that so that's their advantage then the upfront commit and then they forced their clients to spend on those platforms regardless if it matters to them or not it's it's it's crate recrinching yeah and and to to your yeah but i'll tell you this the facebook creative department i love a lot of those characters but they're not doing facebook any favors they're pushing things for facebook they're no different for example they tell everybody in here to make sure the logos shown in the first three seconds because the reporting of brain lift studies is predicated on that it's the worst thing you can do show person a brandon i reset of video they're out make video people actually want to watch their in we made a dunkin donuts video that we got shit on facebook by the client by the incumbents by everybody and fucking dominated because it was a music video and it's fucking funny and people liked it and then when we re targeted the people that watch two minutes and twelve seconds of it with a coupon fucking converted because they fucking we're happy with us because we did branding go figure sir what's your name signal to questions i come from mcc company marketing negation stuck show they come with some of them such shows sudden title more traditional media out i'm south some consumer it's because they they model the minimum internally to make that happen is number of a a hundred percent always just tony moment were actually still living better tongue one hundred percent the internal m's so again one of the great things that happen to me is i'm a businessman that came into the industry and every time somebody would say something you know i'll be honest with you i didn't come in with an opinion about television i was i thought it was fun to make television commercials and see them be like oh shit i mean that up like i get it when i came in i was like you're but of course your internal 'em is measuring tv better you made it that way like you made the scale it's like saying a scale measures your wait no shit didn't like hey calories don't matter because the scale measures your weight really got it that's what it is my friends like if you're not math nerd out how they for example seven what happens there's a human element to these eminem's so for example when people tell you internal numbers show better row as on tv or these things do you know that human beings allowed to come in ninety nine percent time and say well it was it was too nice outside this weekend and so we should adjust it by a couple percentage points because it wasn't fair on tv because it was sunny and people probably went to the beach and so for creatives or if you don't look you don't know if you're not educated so yes it.
"tony moment" Discussed on Pickle
"Fairness. So in this next story, You're in class Biko's bottles around the room, and there are a few kids at the back making it dire Rama ocean, French Shoans pulled out his mobile phone into class, and he's playing the super cool you strategy game. We have to kingdoms and use much wolves an elves and there are massive battles. Goblins Carl focus besides this game does not sound class-related, Right? Sorry. But the thing is you have a super strict science teacher, Mr Garcia. If anyone is quote using a cell phone in my class on confiscated, We were always also be known to put whole classes in detention. Sometimes you will have the privilege of spending two weeks worth of recess with may in detention. You remember this when you see your classmates Sean playing on his phone? Okay, I could conquer easy thing again. So how whisper to impel Sean put the phone away to get this far? Yes implied Sean, you're going gonna get his own children with size this way. More poised. Last level view games is not your life. What was that? Was that. You're in big trouble Neverland. Just not what you're doing. You know? Just this morning, I Tony moment. If you took on in my class somewhat Reading has ignored. So your friend Sean thinks he's gotten away with it, And it looks like you with the only one who noticed it was him playing on the fine. He was breaking the rules at just doesn't seem fair. Grains trust Rainsberger lanes change trains does I leaned trash?
"tony moment" Discussed on Crash On My Couch
"A malawian causal they showed yet yeah we have flying cars it's called in claims exactly and guests will honey a sunscreen berry of her eyes accords songkhla i keep saying it over and over again i know it's ridiculous i'm saying there's a possibility in like a doctor's sue seemed world there are eye drops that have sunscreen in otc was also join talking wales boos as saying in forty years we won't genetically modified people last week we talked about pete's human embryos so do you think three hundred years ago the ever fucking thought we'd have human pig embryos were and you know what i'm saying i just con there is a rule the things we should be focusing on i know it's a ridiculous thing i'm not saying that we should be focused spend money and time during that allowed like there's there's going to be team of people no i'm english and care death and cancer first to put still should not yet i'm just saying it i think we can do it if we really wanted to get over this are and he rode river road crown until we talk about how i'm going to tony moments seriously charter of our god okay so the next segment we are going to be talking about let's go science so i urge you to write read this article because i saw the headline that made me laugh generated serie also it was so upset verse it's mental floss dot com i love int of lost so i saw the title and i was like i wanna read anymore i just want to.
"tony moment" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Drunk guys reason with them when they showed that hard producer takes them to the side billing we call this the lights are out and no one was home your oral also known as the tony i was gonna say i do year eggs when you could drunk eggs just all on one four adults well that's a wild i've ever should anyone with higher travelled out single or or i can't believe it's six eight seventy s evenings a balance shelves middle oxley ones brian how would you react if i told you looked like my mom had sixty oh i say i would probably pick offence but it's a weird insult so i go out because it's like also in solving your mom the oic item or maybe you're complementing your ma is a very of weird insults like in paris on i'll see your own mom i will say if this where an isolated incident for tony i gave this wasn't tragic and tony didn't have a problem and we didn't know about the multiple kids multiple women that we saw enfold and all the issues that i'm so sick of seeing for tony this would be my favorite drunk tony moment because when he gets angry at something he said repeated to him that is hysterical that if this were just like a regular drunk person i would think this was funny but it's so sad it almost doesn't allow me to enjoy it but he starts like bearing his teeth waving around that like a lecture green booger colored lollipop i was it was pretty priceless until i realized how sad it really is first that it itself like go away from cameras for a little while if bottle forever later.
"tony moment" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"As at even bus will on asked the question len as full name has not been treated with consistency after years of being identified only as lenny homer dress in his linford lisa dressed as mr leonard respectful this would appear to make his full name linford leonard but by the dressed him as lenny linford in the tour season 23 episode at long last leave of does that you see i was some of these are member some of these at dawn season 23 i was gomba yeah longgone like i'm looking at just looked at the twenty top 25 peripheral characters i'm trying to see if there's any overlap like this is gatt like fat tony moment when i think aside characters that's what i think of direct duff man like demands a topfive sikierski restock inside geared up by may now we have to do it new doctor on it they're all great let's get a glitzy through your top five without even seeing the rest on olano huts is in their yup i know who register dr neck done i iran were elliott duff man duff manned in there it's the mm close in their homologous satchel bob number two i don't hate it but he wouldn't be my number two they got wiggham willie barney linen carl cletus cletus is amata comic book uh he's honorable mention he's not in my top five died comic book guys quietly the most important television character why glass fifty years he tie oak premier tough i had i not going to egypt at but like a terms of like what the editor at commenters become like dow hit like at at wide so great.
"tony moment" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"In the name of jesus in the old testament he established a system of sacrifice to offer the mercy grace the sacrifice of lambs and goats mercy is one pardon is given even though punishment is deserved and grace is the undeserved unamerican favor and blessing and love of god for us so in the old testament system of sacrifice god established away for a toning sacrifice to be made for the forgiveness of sends a sacrifice is one we offer something precious for a reason and a tony moment is one we satisfy some one for the offense committed god said the life of a creature is in the blood sacrifice is my gift says the lord to make atonement at the altar blood makes a toman for your life so through the whole old testament covenant time god's people would worship on the day of atonement cold yang kapur once a year the high priest would take to male goats he would sacrifice one and carry the blood into the holy of holies and sprinkle the blood on the cover of the ark of the covenant cold the mercy seat for a toll meant for the sins of all god's people the second goat he would take the edge of the village and put his hand on the head of the goat to transfer the guilt and shame of all the people and that go would travel off into the wilderness as the scapegoat bearing guilt and shame away all of this of course foreshadowed the death and resurrection of jesus for us that's why when jesus came on the scene john the baptist looked at jesus coming for baptism in the jordan river and said behold the lamb of god who takes away the sin of the world many passages in the new testament make this connection between a toning sacrifice by the bloodshed and the forgiveness of sins and the reconciliation between god's people and god that's why jesus said enough he twenty six this.
"tony moment" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast â€“ RHAP
"That you to talk like an animal in order to get through the task but i think that he does a good job of just like causing the spectacle and causing a scene so that they get off of talking about like i do think that there is a method to his bad there's and the people think like all you just a crazy guy but i think that okay there is a sub check that cast touch the nerve there something that he doesn't want to talk about he wants to change the subject and he's going to create like a spectacle and make animal noises so people are talking about that like tony what was that instead of going back to talking about how bud but did you say something to will did you tell will be promised to him so i think the he's actually like a really good at creating to versions yeah i i agree with that i think this you know well it is him in my opinion it listen i'm i'm i was is number one the the funniest tony moment of the season the right it is and i i kind of i have a really thought about it like that before but he did get the dolphins and then he brings up for dinner travel counsell he may still on a nice again which is really hilarious does he doesn't front of all jerry i was all along town said foster dolan's off i'm done with you ends on the in front manhattan they'll win what does that tell me tony in being so angry jeff have emotional i express my feelings and my facial expressions he does that there with the same green on a face happy sad ryan whatever same the uk there and i wish are making in haslem yourself as you kwon man animal so i'd love to like come in and most i did have any is you haven't offended by jeff good but you know it wait wait when you to play a game that's up by winning.