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"tony work" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

02:08 min | Last month

"tony work" Discussed on The Confessionals

"Host. Tony Michael Thank you for being. What are you doing here? Coming Jack I told you I don't want to do this I listen I appreciate it. But no, we're not doing Tony I. told you were doing a monthly wrap up show no way people are going to love it. It's my freaking show and I said, no, I don't think we're going to like you Tony Work doing it and I don't care what you said get out of here. No get out. Get. Out of. Here. Get Out of here. Get. Out. You. Know. Pansy. Welcome to the show everybody. I'm your host Jack Merckel and I'm here to give you the monthly wrap up show. As you could hear, we kicked Tony Out of the studio. So I'm taking the reins on this one. What we're planning to do for you is taking clips from each show during the month, including the members exclusives and putting them together in this show. So you can hear them all in one spot and we can all reminisce about how incredibly these shows were but not only. Incredible how creepy and how sometimes even haunting they were and just awesome to hear some of these experiences. So I hope you guys are ready to get into this with me because what we're about to do is get into curtis is stories about seeing death in episode to Sixty Four Curtis tells us about how he saw death after having some traumatic experience about seeing someone die So before I get too far into it, why don't we let Curtis Tell You all about it let's go. Today,.

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"tony work" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:45 min | 3 months ago

"tony work" Discussed on The Playbook

"Your academy, your podcast, your books when you step on the stage and I call it it, and there's certain people that have it and do you think that that can be developed trait the energetic side this emotional connection that we put out this charisma albeit or called in products and solutions you know this attraction can you think do you think that we can practice it evolve ought to something that you're born with I do believe that some people are just born with it they're lucky enough. To be born with it, I also have seen firsthand many people develop it when they care enough to to put the time energy money focus into really understanding who they want to market to what they want to do how they wanna serve I do think that is something that can be developed and and the way develop is you keep showing up over and over again creating content you you create a business that you're there to serve, and I think that you get better at connecting with your audience. Thank goodness it's something you can develop. It from the beginning. In you have developed into quite a mentor as well but I know younger mentors don't aren't born with being a mentor because it takes situation or knowledge experience advice and most importantly I call it the dummy tax If you haven't made the mistakes and learned in Henry Tax, you're not going to be a great mentor yourself. I think that's what made me. Such an extraordinary mentor is I've paid more dummy tax than most people on Earth. Now one of your mentors though has paid a lot of dummy tax and he's also one of my mentors what influenced in Tony Robbins have on not only your career, but your perspective of being an entrepreneur in the space. So. For over seven years I got to work as the content director for the Tony Robbins. Organization. And I was so fortunate because I got to pitch in catch with Tony Work in his space create and work on the content that.

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"tony work" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

08:37 min | 9 months ago

"tony work" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"On one of the things I really like about that show. Is this celebrity interviews so full disclosure. Like I wanted to come on the podcast. The way back I. He probably still has. Ptsd from our h together. Speaking a newsmaker didn't hit not take up the offer he went on a I take it. I just happened to be watching. And it was kind of riveting because he comes on and he talks about the way back why he did it and Stephen as like. Tell us about your performance in doing like asking movie questions. I'd like this is great and then Stephen as and then affects basically like wait. What I WANNA talk about Tom. Brady 'cause you see these celebrities. Go on and they're more excited to beyond than Steven A. And Max are to have them because they're like. Oh here's by seven minutes. I get to talk Sports Steven A. And so he goes right at Max about all MAX's. Tom Brady stuff and now. They're in like the sports part thing. I'm like this. This is working guys some watching every minute of this. I'm joined this so I don't know how they flip the script. But they did it and I can't believe I take. Yeah here. We are right. Jason Jason passed out. I mean listen. I think that like you know Stephen as brilliant as sort of being a man for his moment right you know it's like she has this disposition which he has had forever but it is now just so perfectly situated for the moment that we live in now where it's outrage and even performance of outrage that moves the needle and I think that's part of also the perform and this is what sort of I don't know makes Stephen a more likable. You know I think I don't want to live in a world where like Steven A. Is Genuinely pissed off about things five times a day. I want to have a little bit of theater to it and I'm just curious. Brian do you think that people when they go on the show like in the same way like everyone kind of sits up straight in their chair? When they're on Sunday morning television that people feel that they have to match the energy of. You can't go on. I can be boring. Can't go on I taken just be like down the middle kind of have to have a take. Yeah Having Seen Michael. Irvin appear that show several times which is point if I take my cat. Michael Irvin versus Stephen A. B. Left on the field superheroes battling and top of a building. The Jason hit on something really important. The idea that Steven A. is in on his own joke yet is in on it. Just enough right never going to admit it but we kind of sense that he knows what's going on here. You know that that helps. I think that sports debate show be a little more palatable that you can deal with it every day and not just get turned off by and then all right so high noon gets canceled. What two weeks ago and predictable reaction in certain circles and social media and one of the common refrains was. Oh great you you all the Carnival barkers get rewarded and. Here's a show that tried to do smart sports talk and and it got and they get rid of that one and I'm thinking like is this a straw man argument like what. Espn shows are doing like sports porn. Basically sports outrage corner sports like I actually feel like the network. I don't mean to sound like an ESPN defender. But I think they've moved away from that a lot. I they they moved more toward you know Games and highlights and then I certainly don't think. Pt I is like people screaming at each other around the horns. Probably the closest. But that's a show that's been in on. Its own joke for a long time. Lebatardshow is just weird. Going down the list. It's like who are these people pointing to saying? Why do you? Why do you have carnival barkers on and then this smart so really? They're talking about I take and I don't feel like I take is like that again not to sound like a total I take defender but I. I think there's more going on than the rep that had had when bayless was on years and years ago where it was just two guys trying to provoke each other and say crazy things. Basically it's evolved way past that I think that's a knee jerk. Take that's just been around for a really long time. And the fact that people were saying it when Djamil and Michael were on the air and all these other people at Espn who who may lights were on the air. And I I agree with you. I think that's become a much smaller part of the ESPN universe in the last decade. Yeah it's basically just I to get up nothing like that and to me. It's more about the grammar of TV. Shows that work right? There's a certain grammar 'cause Mike and Tony Work on. Pti nobody says there. You Know Bad Sports. Talk Right we think. Oh that's funny. It's tongue in cheek. They kinda get it right. They're doing a parody of a debate. You a little bit but it's just the grammar of. Here's the issue we discuss next issue. We keep it light. We keep it quick the next issue to me. That's just what works on television and they also have a real healthy respect for each other genuine chemistry and make fun of each other and the feeling of that show and the reason it works. The reason it's so hard for people to go into and do it with them is. It's two buddies talking about the issues today and busting each other's balls and that was something I never felt like noon was able to achieve. It was high noon. If if if you're going to say all right what was the number one reason the show in work for you know whatever rating they wanted to get. The number one thing was just the time slot. You know where you have this really smart show targeted for people. That probably aren't watching sports. Tv At that time in the day. That's an issue but then the other thing is it felt to me a lot of times like they were just trading these monologues versus what. Pti has where wilpon will say something crazy. And then Tony's not like it's my turn to speak now. I'm just going to say my point. Tony will listen to them and go wait a second woman you what do you. And then know. And they'll throw the script away and they'll go for two three minutes off some tangent that wasn't even on the teleprompter. That's why that show works and I never felt like high noon a I think the more they did the show they probably would have gotten there but they never found that rhythm of you have these two people that we like individually. How do we make this a team where they really need each other? I feel like when I watch. Pti Anytime Wilbur. Or colonizers in there. I'm disappointed it's the fundamental I'm like Oh shit and it by the way and Cleveland. I'm disappointed I'm here on. That is the best possible option. Yeah it's a really hard thing to get to and Anyway I just wanted to compare against the standard would I of course and the other thing is you know. I like to think of high noon as a huge success. I myself was on a sports Television show which lasted about six months. So right at by comparison high noon is like banana seventy weeks. Two years just feels like an epic run but I mean I think the the the challenge for all these shows and I always wonder when there are these postmortems when a show gets canceled. Any John Reid. Who exactly is the audience at the given? Our like? Who ARE WATCHING. These shows are people who are you. Know saying it's the end of the world or saying that it's some sort of statement about where the culture is right now. Are they in fact the audience of the show? And by the way he did. There's a second piece of that is should that show being television 'cause IF I had the same thing with my show which the the flow of my show is that I can do all of this stuff I wanted. I WANNA have a smart conversation. Show about sports and other stuff. It's easier do that on a podcast. We're doing a radio in his higher. I have more time I can go and more directions on that trap to certain like time restraint sir. I don't have to take things day and a half in advance. Yeah podcasts are better and I think that's the thing with high noon. I think if they had made that as really gotten behind it as a five day week signature podcast that also ran on. Espn plus or whatever and really push the podcast part of it. I would have been interested to see what happened because it was a really smart show. Bill let me ask you this. Yeah you like to talk about like ultimate like sliding door moments. Yeah to show how you're HBO show worked had been hit or even a modest hit. Yeah that it would be on the air for not just to season but season after season still on the air today. Do you think that you would have doubled down on the same way that you had with podcast? Would you been in the position that you're in to be able to make the move at the company that you made no i? I think I.

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"tony work" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"tony work" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Irresistible grace. God God has elected to a particular people to be the recipients of crisis Tony Work. These people are drawn to Christ by grace this irresistible when God calls men response this teaching does not mean that God saves men against their will rather God changes the heart the rebellious unbelievers so that he now desires to repent be saved God's elect will be drawn to him in that Greece that draws them is in fact irresistible. God replaces the unbelievers heart of stone with a heart a flash and reformed theology regeneration precedes Precedes Faith irresistible grace means that God is sovereign and he can overcome all resistance by giving you a newhart win. He Wills Daniel Four thirty five says he does according to his. His will in the host of Heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth in nanking stay his hand job forty two two says. I know that you can do all things in that. No purpose of yours can't be thwarted so irresistible. Grace is the Holy Holy Spirit's work of bringing us to faith that Romans nine passage that we already read but who are you oh man to answer back to God well what is molded say to its motor. Why have you made me like this so the Potter has control control over the clay to make the clay as he wills either a vessel for wrath or a vessel for mercy as Romans Nine says so irresistible Greece is a sovereign work to overcome the rebellious heart that we have naturally truly into bring us through grace to faith in Christ so that we can be saved so when we are totally dead in our sense which is what total depravity says which is what decisions to says if we are dead in our since we will never be able to believe in Christ unless God himself through his power through His grace through his election? Overcomes are rebellion. The Bible doesn't teach that the Holy Spirit draws and then one has the freedom to resist or to accept that we will always used the freedom that we have in our natural state to choose what is wrong to choose sin over God in to resist him as Romans eight says the mind that is set on the flash is actually hostal to God. Please Gut it is against its nature to please God the father is the only one who draws people a to salvation so John Six forty four says no one can come to me in unless the father who sit me draws him a John six sixty five says and he said this is why I told you that no one can come to me unless granted to him by the father so this means that even our repentance is a gift gift from God a second Timothy to twenty four twenty five says in the Lord Servant must not be quarrelsome puppy kind to everyone able to teach patiently enduring evil correct in his opponents with gentleness god Nay perhaps grant them repentance leading to a knowledge knowledge of the truth so repentance is a gift from God given to us by gray so that we might have faith in Christ Act Sixteen talks of God opening the heart of Lydia so it is God who changes hearts <hes> so this is an act all of this an act of sovereign grace and then p. of Tulip is perseverance of the saints so this is the state of man after salvation so the people that God has elected the people that God has drawn to himself through the Holy Spirit are going to persevere in faith the people that God has elected are not going to be lost because he has given the faith and the strength to persevere some people used the term <hes> preservation of the saints rather than perseverance of the saints because it puts the responsibility on God rather than on the saints they believe that this choice of words is more accurate description of what this is actually means Christ continues to intercede for his people even after we are saved this continues to give believers the assurance that those who belong to Christ our eternally his that we cannot be plucked out of his hand hand a first Corinthians fifteen thirty two now I would remind you brothers of the Gospel I preach to you which you received in which you stand in by which you are being saved. If you hold fast to the word I preach to you in less you believed in vain show presser are her preservation or perseverance is a signal of true faith given to us by grace given to the elect by God revelation to seven he who has an ear let him here with the spirit says to the churches to the one who conquers workers I will grant to eat of the tree of life which is in the paradise of God so this preservation or perseverance or fighting a to the end working out our salvation in fear and trembling through the power of the Holy Spirit which is given to us by grace as through faith in God that we cannot take responsibility for is vital as we become sanctified in as we reached the proverbial end of our race and now you might be asking at this point will wear what is free will come in. Is there such thing as free will do. We really choose anything raise. Everything just predestined if God is predestined everything than what does anything really matter while we talked about this on the predestination episode so again I would go listen to that but there is this doctrine or there is this principle called concurrence where two things that seemed to be opposing each other happened at the same time what we know from God's Word is that he does unconditionally elect that there is an election that there is a predestination not simply a four acknowledged but in the sovereignty of God that he is chosen believers but he also calls us to evangelize he also calls us to persevere he also calls us to fight. He also calls us to stay true to hinders verbiage there are commands ends in the Bible that we are supposed to follow in so it is confusing I think to are finite minds to say how God sovereign predestination everything. How does he also hold us responsible for actions and tell us things to do? Why would the Bible even be written? Why would he even call us to holiness and obedience if he already predestined everything that we do and there's not necessarily an easy answer to that except for the fact that we know that the Bible says boat and if the Bible says both in both have to be true rather rather than giving up one in for the sake of the other rather than saying oh well maybe doesn't predestine things and we really do all this free will to choose salvation or not chew salvation instead of throwing that away what we say okay? We'll both true. We also don't go to the other in and say well nothing that I do really matters because God predestinated anyway. The Bible doesn't support that either the Bible supports both so both have to be true we live in obedience to God's word and we understand that he is sovereign rain over everything that everything is done by his power and for his glory. I'm not saying that we have to fully understand that to live in obedience to it because I don't think we do. We just have to realize the word of God is sovereign that the word of God God both tells us things that we have to and say that God is sovereign over absolutely everything especially in regards to salvation. I would resist the temptation to say that you chose your salvation because the Bible is so clear until ardent against that you cannot take credit for what you have him. I know a lot of people think about predestination. It scares them. They're uncomfortable with it but really it should give us so much comfort that our salvation is not dependent on ourselves because if if we had the power to earn our salvation we would never do it and if we have the power to lose our salvation out we would definitely lose it. If it was dependent on me I would not be saved even my motives for the good works that I do in an of myself or wrong even the so-called good that I do even the so called love that I have when I am in my flesh when I am in my natural state. Even those are corrupt if I had to save myself if it was dependent on me to have true regenerative a justifying same saving faith I wouldn't be able to muster it. I would be totally out of luck but because I know it's on God it's dependent on his faithfulness and not mine. It's dependent on his choice in not mine. All they have to do is submit to his sovereignty and understand that he is in total control and we can have peace and assurance and worship God because of his power and because of this amazing plan of redemption that he has written are that he wrote a before time began that you were chosen before the foundation of the world. It's an amazing reality that should allow us in move us to worship into glorify God so that is what is the heart of calvinism and again. I'm not saying all of these things are easy for us to understand. I think I am still working going through a lot of them and trying to reconcile to the part of the Bible that I'm like. Does this go with this. Of course that's what we do in again. My word is not inherit. John Calvin word is not narrate. John Piper's word is not an air at the word of God is in arid so anything that pushes us is to study more of God's word to reconcile confusion and seeming contradictions with God's word. I would say that that's productive so do that. Study God's word for yourself and remember to submit to the sovereignty in control of God rather..

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"tony work" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"tony work" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"You know, right or Tony works. Keep it simple. Yes. I love that. I'm gonna have to follow her cash should cat Ogden kept on. I. She pro I'm probably the only watching these because you know, she's just a regular person. She doesn't have tons of followers or anything. But I watch all of them because I do think it's it just keeps you in that frame of mind of how to to be better. And I was I keep thinking about your great advice about comparing yourself to who you were yesterday because you can just do a little bit each day. Yes. And then create habits, and you just get in that mindset of I'm trying not to use so much. I'm trying to buy so much. I'm trying not to be wasteful and watching videos serves as a reminder for me, and like will tomorrow me be proud of that today meat is taking those little tiny things. Yeah. It's like that. It's like you walk by little super small like at my house. There was a piece of trash that had fallen out of my car that was in the planter. And I walked by this. Piece of paper for like a week and a half. And then I thought to myself tomorrow, you will probably Sarah. Why didn't you just pick up that piece of trash so today, you should probably just pick it up and in rectal of two seconds. And then I didn't think about it anymore. And then I felt good, and it it was one little small action that. I was rewarded with a bunch of good feelings from and then after doing that I recognized how many times over that week and a half that I walked by it. I gave myself a little dose of like, anxiety and stress and like feeling of guilt. As I walked by didn't pick it up cause the world can feel very overwhelming, and that you can't do better, and it's all hopeless and everything's terrible. But if you are willing to celebrate small victories like that. Then you can get excited about the progress. You make even if it's small yes. One of my favorite interventions and little things to do with clients in the room is make especially when they're feeling like my kind of what you're saying is make a list of two columns things that you can't control and things that you can control. And that's it. Let's talk about what you can't control. Now, what are some things that you can? And could we cry? Create something that you can control about whatever the situation is. You know? And it's it's like it really does help you turn the negative into a positive and feel like not what we all want is control over our lives and control over, you know, every anything well, and I think I kind of put all of this to the side because sometimes it feels like why should I have to try to save the whatever it is that your goal is when the government or whoever isn't doing what they should be doing like, my small thing won't make any difference. But it's so much bigger than that. It's more about how you feel inside rather than whether or not it's making a noticeable different on the planet earth. You know, and that in enough people do that and have those good feelings it's impossible for the collective whole to not then become happier. Like it happens in a family. You know when you have a family and therapy and as every individual member. Becomes more self aware and their own level of self worth. And how they perceive themselves grows, then they sodas their compassion and understanding for others conflicts are reduced and there it's almost like the problems kind of fix themselves and everybody rearranges themselves to be more harmonious and and more in line with each other because they're feeling more aligned with themselves that is why one of the tips that I gave about following your local library. Is sounds like no big whoop? But it's so much bigger because not only will you get to use their services and get books and improve your life, and that way, but you're also then a part of your community, and you feel so good..

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Florida governor suspends sheriff for response to school massacre

America Trends

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Florida governor suspends sheriff for response to school massacre

"At Marjory stoneman. Douglas, high school Debbie Hickson whose husband Chris was killed while trying to protect students says an unarmed wrestling coach did more than trained law enforcement officers did is one of the adults that ran in that building immediately. I look forward to sheriff who trains his staff members in his law enforcement to do just that former police sergeant Gregory Tony worked for Coral Springs. Police for twelve years before leaving in two thousand sixteen to start a company the governor is named him acting sheriff for USA radio news. I'm Rick Vincent for. USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. Americans are going crazy for a

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"tony work" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"tony work" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Don't you think it's? The three hundred and fifty million dollar still the that yet. It does have a indoor practice field with Sony gets walk on. Practice field. We don't have that. Hinton? Lassus? We have no roots. It's all glad it's all glass, and it's on the lake, and I I know I get angry a Lloyd with the dear people of my adopted home region. When like my dear never waters who wanted to me. What do you mean? Chicago has a beach late. Like, I said well on a plane and let another east coast person complete the ignorant doesn't understand if not like lake Minna Tonka. Oh, look there's Detroit. You may as will be on the ocean. In terms of where that building is. And with Onis describing Tony have you talked about the birds? No, this is let me go to this. I looked at the glass the sort of all panoramic glass, and there are little black dots. All over. All over the glass. And I said what does those there in? This building is in a micro, Tori bird pattern. This is to discourage the birds from killing themselves. Right right by to fly right into the way. Remember, it's a fifty hall glass wall along the lake right? And so yes, and we've only had a few bird, but they people signed to every morning wasn't around the building. And if they're dead bird car picture of it here on his phone. That's gorgeous. You're talking about s-. Waesche in where we had all kinds of environmental get that building instruct and live. You gotta do you gotta do. And it is a stimulus of Minnesota with that stadium's glass half that that that biking ships stadium. Like, I'm told out knows. I dare. This. Eighteen twenty a day flying. This thing is certain certain times the black dots. You dopes this? I don't know one of works, but it works. It's let me by the way. Did we'll go full but Bloomberg to get that place built. How big was gonna check you destroy onto Bloomberg just went one point seven billion or minus minus was called sweat equity. In-kind when that helmet is on the bed every day and other things trust. I gotta do a little something. But listen, they're people like the dodgers owner, Mark Walter who's an alum that the donation Pat Ryan my God who spun at the university. It's like nobody else tremend- written check or I mean, in some cases one hundred million dollars. I mean, you don't get to we the Steelers. Down in Vinnie college, America's so there are people writing checks. I ain't one of a write anything like that. I wish I could. I can't. And thank God is to let me in the door. So let me let me bring this up because yesterday, I get a phone call at home. Now, I get back from this airplane flight. And as always happens with me, I take drugs to get to the airplane flight, and then I override them because of my own nervousness. There's not there's not enough drugs. I can take to knock me out on a plane. I get home. It's about two o'clock. I I have something to have eaten in a while. Because I don't eat before I fly. I go up stairs got the television on. And the next thing. I know the phone is ringing. I pay us out. I was tired and I get a phone call. And it's wilpon. He goes did you see what happened? And I didn't know what had happened. It didn't even know what day I know anything about it and tell tell everybody would you it said to me from the routing not the routing into so much, but the historic inch. Of the Washington Redskins. Well, it was horrific to me like anybody else. Eight don't have to know Alex Smith, but I do. And I just I stick cheese. He's one of the few football players. I now know personally, I don't cover as much anymore. It's just a prince of a man is just eight I would kiddies in his thirties. Now, I love his family. Sister sister, Tony work for the Obama. I don't. It just all to the earth people and see him stuff that injury..

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"tony work" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on WEEI

"It which is, progress because when Tony worked, at the globe they said nothing not a word don't say whatever he wanted. But. He had that Conan protection around if he, doesn't have that any more right so I guess is they'll beat occasional tweet, but there's no real price to pay, anyone at the globe calling. Advertisers now, but that being said on its. Own. Forget, like, the double standard, I. Mean you don't find is actually offensive no I agree with, you Tony doesn't actually believe. It no, it's sounds so dumb we totally. Yesterday Talking about Brady walking off at the end. Of the, press conference, right. Correct okay, and then get upset. At that question at training. Camp, so Marie I dunno. Maybe you're right He is upset. With, his level of. Play again and we'll get to. That here shortly too because all ties in together I think that's part of it I. Don't? Think. That's. All of it oh but he did he acted like. A little, girl he, did Tommy girl I'm so sorry Brady pant clearly is used to getting, his ass kissed all the time is sisters his father his. Parents whatever, he's the golden child in his own household and, he's been the golden child since he came here first of all is, the golden child in his own. Household who is Tommy in his own. Home, like the kids. Super-g and the kids is the. Golden child I mean I. Don't know Anyhow so America or the dad is a, golden. Is. No absolutely, not I mean unless he's I've never seen one like that. Guy in Cleveland Like you know check, other. Than. That is, definitely the, golden check us the leader of the house like But the. Dad, is like the least important person in the house right he's. Especially when you've got three young, kids children, he's got he's old golden child in his own household. Household maybe the maids in the To help Tony's. Other? Rant saying that Giselle runs the house and. He's, a nobody in his own house and they're saying Brady was. Irritable because of his performance Yes They get to that didn't get a chance to hear. That but, yeah so the but the big thing that's social, media social media legs little bit was a little girl and everyone's, saying, oh you liberals feel bad about, themselves which is again a little girls just saying the throwaway doesn't mean. Anything, no, no but it fended? Trendy Yeah right Twenty? You, said You know the Twitter verse was. A little upset, I would say trading led the. Charge she did and then they said somebody tweeted, her and, said you know but you work at those guys, who are racist, and, she said well why do you think I? Walked? Away essentially right such that's. What, she tweeted essentially it was the headaches in the early mornings address. The stress me so it's not that who's that more? Due, to Jerry. Oh definitely, you she said inner tweet after she heard. About, Mazuz comment yeah it's unbelievable to me. That that Turning Misspelling they're tearing down a man by comparing him to woman is still acceptable and not a suspend -able. Offense it happens far too, often it's. Old it's. Tired it's lazy a f- where a host kit away putting down an athlete with an ethnic slur or racial. Slur. Sure over, there they. Would that was my response to Penn. Station you do it on trade marked on on some station each for a. Living I know she's on the show that nobody watches nobody cares, about but she thinks you should be, suspended suspended a, talk show host thing should be on a show with Gary. Tanguay? Right but he. Did he acted like a little..

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"tony work" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Shred your body products they show the guy who is constantly in the gym working out like doing some cockamamie you strap it on and electrodes take the fat away like that's all nonsense like at least tony horton basically said you wanna look like me there's no cheating there's no place were the app it doesn't work scrape the app remember the infomercials like the guy doing the ab roller like this guy that is in the gym for four hours a day six days the roller i'm sorry it doesn't work that way tony work at least like this is gonna kick your ass for fifty minutes but if you do it you'll look like how many times you said tony horton kept thinking a tim hortons zona different guy named tony horton isn't that right danny i thought that was his name maybe i have a robot talkie kito you you tony danny chastise me earlier today for eating a banana he goes boy really the sex sex listen if you're going to have three of them a day and never get up off your rear end and i'd get danny's points to stop it everybody doesn't work out like danny curious hours i've worked out probably more in the last ten days and you've worked out in twenty nine true that's maximum boost comments about me so but you don't have to make any statements about me three pinson you say if you don't work go daddy doesn't work out wait what by three we've worked to get thousand seven seven.

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"tony work" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Thousands of messages between peter struck and lisa page thousands is it just be when the piece to tony work that was their job texting back and forth about how much they hated donald trump there were fifty thousand of them and oddly enough the fbi couldn't find a single one of them when they first look not a single one was left up to the inspector general to find them great how dare you question my basketball skills basketball program i was in the bridge program at unc so i know that steve ran a poll and seventy nine percent of people thought it would be you how but i had a thought last night while i was thinking about this you would totally get like crazy she you just push me you would fully push me i bet to try to win you lose all the crap out of stick in crazy trying to play because you're so competitive that i would probably like end up on the ground course is part of the game greg watching too i thought wow he definitely be a scratch.

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"tony work" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This morning now do you watch a net flicks are you big to watch a little oh okay oh yes we have adult harry hayden payton who is one of the performers one of the stars of the crown he has been nominated for tony work for my fair lady i interviewed him last week at the tony award nominees brunch and we are going to be checking in with harry hayden hayden little bit later in the show about nine forty this morning but i would watch some of the crown at the in the early days of orange is the new black i would bingewatch little that than i lost interest and i really liked the kevin spacey house a car that was a hot show but no tariff rates you've serving now this is not a problem for us but net flicks according to a study len yes is killing couple's sex lives well sisters thing because what that what they're finding out from these studies is after they turn the tv off they turn on their laptop they get into bed together but not to have a little fun noodle paid sick little rowlands a hey but but they turn on their i players and a watch stuff on netflix instead of cuddling and kissing and getting all petty and romantic they'd rather bingewatch petty petty petty they still use that phrase petting zoo petting heading fourth grade these couples instead of petting each other they get their laptops up and they watch netflix now the question is in the study doesn't show this but i wonder if they watch the same thing together or if they have their separate laptops each watching different things so they're completely and other universe that's that's my that's what you think's going on.

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"tony work" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Tonight making last forever i promise you that no one else for lavish each you better and if you don't believe me i don't know all you gotta do is flip that switch before we hello do no dirty wednesday boy judy work wednesday wednesday on z morning zoo tony work wednesdays on the air and this is stephanie.

"tony work" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Okay ed this kind of ticks meal what i'm glad that he actually is standing up tony dungy uh in trouble or at least it looked as though he was in a little bit of trouble but he did not back down us by a celebrating christianity and the super bowl on the twitter's his tweet congratulating the philadelphia eagles sunday for their super bowlwinning quarterback nick volks told me last week that he felt the lord had him in philadelphia for a special moment and he played like it tonight how dare he say the right okay so the big leads kyle coster and writer stephanie strongly criticised object for talking about christianity of the holy spirit a amid sports analysis now of course tony works for embassy sports and uh tony a doubled down uh fools a christian faith was part of what helped him to be a quality quarterback nbc pays me to express my opinion and it was my opinion that nick falls would play well because his christian faith would allow him to play with confidence and that and that he's a good qb i think i was right up of coutts yes yeah you're not gonna you're not going to intimidate tony dunno into not talking about here though yuda religiosity no you're not now us great traveller went ahead though lady she deleted her tweet in defeat um dougie remain he said a christian school skills as an athlete in his faith as a christian was neither wrong or outside his jab description and asserted that there was no basis for casting doubt on whether the holy spirit actually spoke to falls given the tenants of christianity thank you very much so.

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"tony work" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The sportsdesk tony work tease w w j newsradio nine vw wjr news time seven i was six in the wake of all the recent sex scandal some man see a simple strategy for stemming sexual misconduct at work just avoid oneonone personal interactions with women avoid flirting avoid dating even if everything is consensual former detroit police chief ralph god be resigned from his job several years ago in the midst of sex scandal allegations alah how rearing oh korkuteli hitler up boundaries much in their life and where it may have served well professional league there's a mentality that believes that your power me entire will you to things that just it's not realistic it's not fair it's misogynistic is disrespectful of other persons boundaries tennyson i have to say issue with women their men that are harassed ah as well so we we really have to take a look at our culture reestablishing boundaries uh even to this extent to where i am a proponent of nope fraternization in the workplace that's former detroit police chief wrath scott w wjr news time is seven await it's time now for traffic and weather together we do this every ten minutes on the eight and dennis new bacher's keeping his eyes on the morning commute turned out to be a busy voting future is so you bet tom that del aaa jam cams outlook in a couple of our roots that are very popular wanted to go out to.

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"tony work" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on WLOB

"The sacrament when a person says he believes in the death of christ on the cross that does not mean he has shaved he can only be shade when he is born again sort finish blood a tony work of christ apart from the church apart from baptism and apart from the much rush twenty my little children of whom i trust veil in birth on killed christ be formed in you my little children gesture that beautiful phrase not found in any other place in polish writings here's a quotation for martin luther these are sweet and loving words when he call them his children when he say a tough whom i travaillent birth it is an allegory for the apostles are in the show of parents as schoolmasterish are in their place and calling or as the parents be get the bodily form showed they be get the form of the mind now the form of the christian mind his faith or the confidential for heart that layup hold upon christ and cleave us to him alone and to nothing else the heart being furry with this confidence or a shorn that for christ's sake we are righteous and have the true form of christ this form is given by the ministry of the word as paul show some first clinton's four i have be gotten you in the gospel also second corinthians three three he are manifestly lee cleared to be the epistle of christ minister by ash written not with anc but with.

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"tony work" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on KELO

"Kids have never been out of somebody's cited at at any point in their lives are you helicopter parents well i can't because i worked too much but i i try and i and i try and helicopter yeah to to a certain extent i'm not gonna lie and when ob learn what you're part of the problem then well one of listen you can't do these this is such a different day and age um and you're in a different generation that i am any i have said they get back about that at all i'm just did that ridiculous they used people used to say that to me because i used always say i'm never going to hit my kids more you don't have to hit your kids i don't hit my kids i never had them either you just take away their iphone other i petr their playstation or their xbox and in you get full compliance within seconds it tony works i that we'd north korea well just what we're going to take away but kim jongun what oh his as ability to kill as cousins and brothers in and stepsister's or whatever i take away his toy fikret his ability to play basketball or something and with dennis rodman yeah what are you too i mean i been saying i don't think there's any good options here and i buy can play the table bill clinton when he made this deal any tried to block bribe kim zhong illness father and told the american people this is a good deal for the american people some hell of a good deal trying to blackmail a rogue dictatorship out of of building nuclear weapons i think obama just made the same mistake with iran and will be dealing with that in a few years um i mean i would never purport to have any special insight into what we should do militarily art korea that a ducking the question what do you see good options i don't know what the out you at the i i the 24yearold priority given to me for advice about what you do i never got on the front page pick daily news knock on woods stay right there we'll continue olivier newt's he is with us and.

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"tony work" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"tony work" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Up because tony work so we did he only with backup to surrender but he got the chad miller he went up a phone it was porn rain and the calder sisters and they call them all the you know tony where are you you know and being able got caught he figured it all the murders you did this week's all the women it's a city thirty new pressure with gone so if if that hadn't happened wouldn't he got exposed i mean it really look reporter know the medium you know i guess we got you would turn and help them the you know twenty at that point right go they who was of course but the media stuff that's what he got really crazy because it a gun touch attention because they were the whole devil worship aspect to it and like the painting get which from a while ago good term you need to pick you know it's got hurt you know the way he was so well it i got into the newspaper then someone they will he said he it here with mirror gaping years before chicago and that but he said that that with the way he thought he was going to but from day it seemed vision of course you know that just everything on fire because you know but people like well that's really spunky but it's for that i don't know but only person to bynum now to could live in the paint game with a group walk and bob i love but then he said he could it with the corner he gave you never you can fall that painting until it with in the newspaper no after everything with because both if you never thought so i i don't know.

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