18 Burst results for "Twenty Year Anniversary"

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The Business of Content

The Business of Content

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The Business of Content

"Hair. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. So you're the editor in chief of mental floss. Can we start with giving listeners. A little bit of context as to what mental floss is. It started as a print magazine right. Yes it actually was founded in a duke university dorm in two thousand one by two college students and Since then it has evolved into a website for curious minds where you can basically find You know answers to life's big questions or really fun and strange facts or interesting stories that you didn't know you needed to know And since we started the website has been visited by a billion people which is wild. So tell me a little more content focus so like it's it's not. It's not a newsy type magazine. A lot of its content is very evergreen. How would you describe like from land like an elevator. Pitch have what. What kind of world view is yes. So basically we are looking as you said kind of evergreen stuff were not You know we do cover like newsy stories but there are version of newsy stories. They're quirky they're interesting So we're not part of that news rat race which is nice because i do think people kind of look at mental floss as a bit of an escape from that And you know we're focusing on like weird historical stories and You know fun facts and and things of that nature. Speaking of fun facts. I i read that Mental floss print magazine made a cameo on friends. It did. it's actually been. I think it was on friends twice And it's been on a bunch of other tv shows including the oa and the magicians so Yeah for whatever reason. We've got fans in hollywood wishes which is nice.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But you've got the broncos and you know everyone's going to absolutely be overlooking them completely unless aaron rodgers and then there's the giants who will see you know everybody's talking about this is the year for daniel jones and it'll be saquon back out there and we'll see what he looks like in von miller back out there we'll see what he looks like and You know Rich eisen show at home producer. Mike hoskins pointed this out on an email chain today. I totally forgot about it. This will be nine. Twelve twenty one on nine ten two thousand one. The giants played the broncos on monday. Night football it last. Nfl game played the week before the day before nine. Eleven the giants had just landed in new jersey And that's when all things went awful and the world changed across the hudson river and they had just landed and a got in just before. Everything happened on nine eleven. I do believe this will be one day. After the twenty year anniversary of nine eleven and there will be a certain very moving component to that game. Certainly in the state of new jersey That i think the nfl. Purposefully put broncos giants in week one. Just for that reason. I believe that. And that's an under the radar game as well for week number one before we take a break. I want to tell everybody certainly on my radio audience everybody here on peacock ready for girls. Five ever a harare hilarious new peacock original from the creative minds behind unbreakable kimmy schmidt and mr mayor an iconic nineties group makes a comeback twenty years later and this time it's on their terms stream every episode.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Here. Oh i'm sorry she's not. She's at a friend's house right now. Oh that's nice. Could you just give this to her for me. I certainly couldn't thanks. Bye-bye poor kid. I've been taking care of him while his grandma's in the hospital he still wits the bed. And everything kidding. Yeah he's a tender little guy he still gets beat up and whatnot anyway So we still feeling pretty good about this. Thirty two piece set here. Welcome to episode two thirty one of monday morning critic podcasts. That scene you heard coming in was from napoleon dynamite. My next guests had a part in that. And she has a long a strong filmography. She's an absolutely wonderful actor We're going to get into plane dynamiting a moment She has many parts. Which include a lot of star wars animation as captain fatima. We go into that in our interview. Just a really great discussion. But the part that i love most with ellen in it is napoleon dynamite so we're approaching the twenty year anniversary from the pound dynamite. We're probably at like sixteen or seventeen. I believe it's a two thousand four release so you know we're getting up there. We're getting close to that twenty year. monumental kind of university. And you know i. I look at comedies today. And i've been on this tangent before. And i'm not going to go on it again but i mean i am just so hard pressed to find a really good comedy and i'm not talking about episodic shows those seem to be fine right. You have shits creek. You have a bunch of other things those work. But i'm talking about a movie. I think last comedic movie. I gave a chance to was bad trip with Andrei and i just to me. Comedy isn't let's be zany in his crazy as we can. And let's piece a movie together because that's what the jackass guys. Did i mean supposedly bad trip was supposed to have a storyline in a plot. It was a tough ride through Literally through that movie. It was very difficult to watch it. I think if you watch eric. Andre talk show. It's one of the best things i've ever seen on television. So it's like. How do you go from the genius of the eric. Andre talk show too bad trip. It really was a bad trip. I mean it was tough to finish. And i usually don't have very much difficulty finishing movies but i will say that. What makes the pulling dynamite. Really really special is has a wonderful story. it's it touches your heart. You can't stop laughing every freaking character in the movie so likable you walk away feeling really good. I mean when was last time you really felt like that about comedy. Okay you know. Take away the last year because you know. The movie theaters were weren't up to capacity but in a normal movie going year. When was the last time you were at a theaters. Wow that's a fantastic comedy or on netflix. I mean i just for me..

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"On a bunch of different levels but on the most basic level. It's a voting rights question. In a democracy one person equals one vote. If you change the population you dilute the political power of the people who live there so every time they import new voter. I become disenfranchised as he current voter. So i don't understand why you don't understand this. I mean everyone wants to make a racial issue out of it. Ooh the white replacement none. No this is a voting rights question. I have less political power because they're importing a brand new electorate. Why should i sit back and take that tucker carlson last night on his show with a really interesting discussion of illegal immigration in particular but immigration and demographics. In the way it affects voting. I didn't really buy that argument. He made exactly to me. It factors into the discussion. We've had many more time. It's more it's better look at it. In terms of how many people do we want for what reason with what skills what economic capability. What's best for the people of america. What are the cost. What are the benefits just as a holistic thing. Really fixating on on voting. Yeah i had one of my favorite pundits say. I don't understand why we would want more poor people. I think when you break down very simply like that sometimes. What's the upside to more poor people and we're not race baiters around here. But as long as it's fashionable the idea of importing you know thousands and thousands millions of people to compete with say black american hispanic america for starter. Jobs for your. What do you a ground floor type jobs. How does that benefit them doesn't but so tucker was playing fire. A little bit in the woke crowd is trying desperately to get rid of them as they they have been for years. That is a bigger push than ever to try to get tucker booted off of fox and he is often the top rated cable news show most of the time period among all the networks the cable networks but so anyway the reason it's somewhat dangerous ground is on is occasionally you'll have on these white supremacists marches. You'll have people chanting. You will not replace us. And and they'll talk about you know whatever ethnic religious group replacing the white folks in tucker was trying to make the point that this has nothing to do with race that the left has been out and proud saying we want to change the demographics of this place and that place because then we will win the volts and he had Quotes from a holy on castro at one point and others talking about what a great strategy that was in this. They're saying it's a great strategy. How can it be as a conservative. You can't say. Hey this is obviously your strategy and i don't like it but then in case you're not convinced in case you're thinking what do you mean tucker had some great examples in clips sixty one when you change votes. You change who wins. That fact has nothing inherently to do with race or nationality. It's the nature of democracy. It is always true. You can watch it happen. You probably have all across the country. We've seen huge changes in election. Outcomes caused by demographic change new people move and they vote differently as a practical matter. It doesn't matter what they look like or where they're from. Even all that matters is that they have different political views. This is every bit as true in the migrants. Come from brookline is when they come from oaxaca in vermont white liberals fleeing the mess they made in new york turn the state blue as recently as one thousand nine hundred to vermont was reliably republican hard to believe is that is for parody of lifestyle liberalism. That's demographic change at work. You see the same thing happening in. The state of new hampshire is refugees from massachusetts flood north and bring their bad habits with them montana. Idaho nevada all similar problems. The f. liberals who wrecks california aren't sticking around to see how that ends the running to the pallid hideaways of boise and bozeman distorting local culture and real estate market. Says they do it pretty soon. People who were born in the mountain west won't be able to live there. There'll be yes replaced by private equity barons. Yoga instructors and senior vice presidents from google. Beautiful places are always in danger of being overrun by the worst people. Ask anyone who grew up in aspen. Love that and then he goes quite aptly into california politics california until the late eighties real. Several years into the nineties was a reliably republican and then pretty republican for awhile and now there is a single statewide office held by republican the democrats in both houses of the legislature have super majorities why part of its trump hatred hatred of the iraq war. But most of it is because the democratic party did the calculus that the more hispanic people. They can import Legally or illegally and get on a path to citizenship the more democratic voters say would have and they were correct so is it racism to call them on it. Well tucker pointed out also in the report that look if the people are coming from within the united states. There's nothing you can do about it. You can and folks who are outside the blue states. I would strongly encourage you to do this. Start the don't california. My idaho movement get a bumper sticker. Did pitch at your city council. You need to stand up for the place where you live or it will be overrun by the hedge fund managers and yoga instructors or whatever he said so if come with from the united states all you can do is fight it fairly in with patriotism in local government but if they are being intentionally imported illegally from foreign lands surely a citizen can stand up and say. I'm against this. Because i believe it is being done for nefarious purposes. That's not racism not at all one would think all i loved the other example. He gave if it was if there were a million polish people who tend to vote conservatively. If there were a million polish people on the mexican border joe biden and company would build that wall so fast your head would spin. Don't kid yourself true. I think that's probably true. Don't don't be cowed into silence. If your not a racist you have nothing to fear from people calling you a racist. Just don't be a racist coupla breaking news stories when i hit you with this is actually breaking. Does matter to you but it's kind of interesting. Egypt has seized that ship that was brought blocking the canal and demanding ten billion dollars Or a billion dollars in compensation because of all the money. It costs the country. I don't know who's supposed to pay. But they've seized the ship in their hold onto it. If we could sell some of the ten billion in cargo on the ship we could pay you. Earner ida hauled poop deck out of town but quick. I can't believe there's still anywhere near egypt They weren't allowed to leave as soon as he got big quartered away and they were trying to figure out the compensation they cuffed. The ship to the doc. I'm part of the put it back movement. I really enjoyed. I thought it was fun. Every single day also biden apparently on the phone with putin today and in strong terms of is being reported said. Don't shane around your head. That's what he told him. Don't move on ukraine alright. So we hope that's going the right direction but he also announced. We're getting out of afghanistan. We will have zero presence. There as of september eleventh twenty twenty one which will be the twenty year anniversary of nine eleven and the retrospectives on being in afghanistan. And all that we'll be sickening. I'm guessing and inaccurate back to you..

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Doctor who paid friendly house calls to his patients while really planning their murders to subscribe head to the i heart radio app hey this is anne and spent on never told production of iheartradio any. I have a few questions for you just to actually and i know yes very well be half. Yeah i will say that. Yes that's true but have you ever been in a musical i. Hey oh my gosh. I have old and it was a cinderella musical. Okay who is this. What did you play iras in highschool. And it's funny because actually auditioned for this role. Because i didn't want to go to band practice that day. That's the only reason i went so i was very unprepared and this one of the worst auditions. I did in my entire life and i shudder to think of it. But i auditioned for the role of brennan hilda who is one of the stepsisters I did not get it. Got like random ballg or is like all judgmental but it was a musical. I don't remember any of the sides decided question. And i do know this. Do you have a favorite musical that you go back to and love as you know musicals. Wake me a little nervous. People spontaneously singing makes me. Which is why i think one of the reasons. I love hamilton. because it's seeing all throughout and there's not like really talking so it's just music it's the switch from talking to singing gets okay that nobody. I don't quite understand that but okay okay okay. It doesn't feel like automatically too cheesy. No it's it's really funny because eaves of female. I and our friend of ours. She was talking about her love of musicals. Love that you to share. And she said something. She doesn't like superhero movies because she can't suspend her disbelief. I feel like. I can't suspend my disbelief when people i think it's definitely you're not the only one i think she had a back and forth about not sure she loved musicals or not she because we also talked about what we are talking about today which is cinderella in the reindeer. Additions of the nineteen ninety-seven cinderella made for tv movie during the wonderful world of disney presentations. That happened on sunday nights. And i was very excited the minute it was advertised that it would be coming out and streaming disney plus i automatically. It was like holy crap here. We go so just so you know. It is a throwback obviously nineteen ninety seven is been twenty four years and they had this whole like get together reunion for the cast where it was the twenty year anniversary. Of course it did not have whitney houston but it was a fantastic read. What i was going back to research this movie just a little bit yes. It is a much of a throwback. And i have been a lifelong fan of brandy. I believe i made you listen to brandi because you didn't know any of her songs and i was very upset and i make listen to it at the beach house at saying all throughout the beach house by malaysia which is where her career kinda started was her show her sitcom and it were coming around the same time as a family matters was coming through so it was kind of having this uprise of seeing black families as part of the community especially in the sitcom community a and her show one of my favorites and i watched it all. The time definitely had her cassette tape. The brandy cassette tape and listen to it all the frigging time. She really was what favorites but yet today. We're talking about the nineties. Classic remake of rodgers and hammerstein Cinderella starring brandy s the titular row of cinderella and also starring whitney houston as the fairy godmother as. Well this is actually her of her productions. And yes i was like. Hey any how said we're gonna do this. One movie nope rushing it completely. And we're going to do this movie for chaminda's movie friday and yeah. There's a lot to be said in conversation. Of course. I feel like everybody knows the plot. We are gonna talk a little bit about it but Yeah i think it's pretty well renown i think we've talked about it I mean i'm one of our book. Clicks was the different tastes. Cinderella in this show. I've talked about him more than once. There's definitely a lot of renditions. We're gonna talk about that as well. But i think i love just loved everything about this musical and i am a die hard fan of musicals. I grew up a loving and it because i was in chorus. Sing lot as a kid. That was one of my favorite things to do. My family's very musical and though we don't go out breaking out in song to talk about emotions a wish we did. I've actually made that comment. To most of my cynical friends must stop it That i wish. I could just break out in song when i'm sad or happy or whatever and i have senior. Do this do as as people think of already. Heard on our show. Do come up with them singing. Unless our producers out. because they're like samantha. This ridiculous but yeah. I do love the whole thing and my and my favorite actual musical is les. Mis is always been one of my favorites. And i think. I love the because the first rendition of lima's that i saw the character of epinephrine who actually was a woman of asian descent playing this character and i've never seen i'll have advertising that up until like high school middle school years of seeing this edition i think it was a pbs rendition of this musical and it was so fantastic. It got me in the gut. And i loved it so blame has always been one of my faves actually read that middle school great book too but like everything about musicals it just gets me i love it. I love music. That makes me wanna dance. I love music. That makes me wanna move. I love music. That makes me feel things. Like i appreciate taylor swift. She gets me in the gut Listening to this once again. But i do love. There was at all no if you watch the snl driver's license which is rod rigo her song and they're like it just gives me her words. I loved it because it's so honest. Men do that. But i'm like both as an adult. She's got all fields. This is about a sixteen year old. I am definitely old enough to be heard mother right. But that's was what i love about musicals and i love seeing choreography. I love seeing dance. I was really excited about what this represented as well. But yes as you can tell. I'm a huge fan of this movie. We're getting started right now. Yes and also just new podcasts. On our network the bill cast. This is because we talked about doing it. And then they came out with their son of Okay so he's pretty bogus. They beat us to the punch. We'll probably have a slightly different take. We will have a very different take garrity. Okay well there you go so yes. Let's discuss this film mourn death which i just watched last night for the first time. Yes so it's fresh on my mind. We are talking about the broadway. Musical version of rodgers and hammerstein's cinderella created for network tv starring. Yes the amazing whitney houston as the fairy godmother and brandy as the role of cinderella. It's funny because looking back. My family only had the one tv. And i remember the commercials for this and i was vetoed but i remember being like oh man..

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In one twenty eight looking good route three is fine up and on the south shore the expressways in great shape between Braintree and Boston David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the three let's check that for day WBZ accu weather forecast with others there call today with some followed by some afternoon clowns it won't be as harsh as yesterday with a high of forty two partly cloudy with a low of thirty five tonight in the mid twenties for most inland suburbs intervals of clouds and sunshine tomorrow a milder afternoon with a high of fifty four then mostly cloudy high fifty to fifty four on Monday periods of rain Tuesday highs in the mid fifties in the morning then temperatures fall into the lower forties and it turns much colder again for Tuesday night into Wednesday I'm accu weather meteorologist heather stared WBZ Boston's newsradio Chile twenty three degrees this morning in Salem at twenty five degrees in Brockton twenty three and framing him here in Boston we have some beautiful bright sunshine and twenty nine degrees at seven fifty four good morning on the ring central news line here is our New England weekend with Jordan rich good morning and welcome it's the WBZ knowing that weekend Jordan rich with you and you know what we need more laughter so that's why the Boston comedy festival is for you and me November twelfth through the sixteenth five days eight news and it's really gonna be a lot of fun at Boston comedy fest dot com joining me is the producer and a comic in his own right Jim the queue with some details were really our twenty year anniversary got.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Bruce. What's going own man. How are you. I am absolutely excellent well. I feel like you were probably due for some canadian speak. You've probably lived abdin toronto for a week or so. Basically yes ma'am but you know what really disappoints me. The most is i didn't get not even one <music> who team well. I don't know what that is but i know that you get it in canada and i know that you get your laughs here on something to wrestle and we appreciate you guys hanging in there with us for another episode. I had a lot of fun on last week's show but was the feedback. You got bruce first of all. I had a shitload funnel last week. Show oh and most of the feedback. I got was pretty damn good as a matter of fact yeah. I think those kind of weeks you know what i'm saying. I feel like <hes> the jericho episode the twenty year anniversary is something that has been long overdue. People were always asking. When are you going to do it and sort of jokingly really said the date knowing that <hes> that friday would be the twenty year anniversary but affleck would never come and what are you know it was here before it happened and we had had lots of good feedback and i even got a couple of texts messages for mister jerico about the show. Apparently he says <hes> some of that stuff he's going to need to rebut but at some point so the snot dickens well there. You go bargain how he's welcome to it. If you haven't already follow us on twitter we sure i would love to have the interaction with you guys. Ask them questions and a lot of fun with our jira questions that we have in the bank and hope that you guys have some questions for us for our future future topics including summer slam nineteen ninety nine and.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To a foreign power like that from out of this western hemisphere and act. Eating on their directions is a big big mistake from Mr. Madera of the Monroe doctrine prohibits interference by European countries from interfering in the western hemisphere. Today is the twenty year anniversary of SpongeBob squarepants. It's Afrin Cisco. I'm. I I'm at Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Okay. Juliet, you get everything on this program. That was that was came out of field. But I love it. Thanks so much, Ed or let's joined now, let's get to I should say here in Singapore with me, right? A Michael press executive direct to client investments, tourists wealth. Advisers. Great to have you as always, Mike. Let's talk about what we heard from Jay pal? These would transitory and getting everyone very excited. But you know, it is a word that we heard from Janet Yellen a while ago as well. So how did you rate into this latest news coming through from the fit? I think it was interesting. But you see if you think about this whole debate is always about whether there there's inflationary pressures in the economy, and so far there's nothing on CPI. But you could some people argue it s a price inflation. And I think with the stock market an altar record high and President Trump asking for one percent interest rate cuts and potentially even QE. I think is also very important for the fantasy that they are still little risk of their inflation could easy. Early go higher. If for example, we have an oil spike due to Venezuela due to the Iranian they've ever issued oil at these levels, potentially sooner or later could have could be text on the US consumer so still very much in my view, very balancing delicate balancing act, what did you make of the move to lower the rate on reserves that banks hold at the fed. Yeah. Look, I mean, this is I mean to in my mind, it's almost like a little bit like an indirect stimulus because if you look at the US data came at around fifty two point six much worse than the consensus had had forecast. Again. They're still signs around the world that the global economy is slowing and over time potentially with the US the where they are at these levels, it sooner or later good also fit feet down to further, the US weakness. So I think this preparing for the potential reduction and grows because everybody seems to give me relate stage cycle. The only question is where do asset prices go from here. Well, speaking of late stage sock of these warnings coming through the bull market. You will President Trump cooling full, very state cut. And then of course, the fed doing what it's doing and you'll view who's correct here. Well, ultimately, the market is correct. But I think the market is also being distorted by all these discussions. We are seeing M T modern monetary theory and all this because I think it's unprecedented that we have again stock market's at Alta record. Highs went to some extent, we already late stage cycle, and and also monthly ethic from investors poetry review, all these different views out there find it. Well, but I think investors should also look at technical analysis and technically the S and P five hundred he called to Bloomberg charts looks like potentially could be a triple top formation. And that is very important now with the pullback we saw yesterday last night, whether this potential leads to more of a pullback and hence that triple top formation and technical malices would actually unfold because I think this is still a possibility because just very quickly. Many people in Volks we talk about the so-called melt-up. But you could argue that with seventeen point six percent up here today, we already had those melt-up. Well, you make a very good point. And the challenge that the fed has now in kind of threading the needle trying to stimulate things without extending any asset bubble that may exist in the equity space. We can talk more about this phenomenon with Rainer Michael Price. He is executive director client investments.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"At the twenty year anniversary of the shootings at Columbine high school. And so here goes a poll about whom and what do people blame for school shootings? First of all the majority of people say that they happen. More often. I don't know if the shootings happened more often, but the the shootings probably happened less often. But they're bigger. We've had more shooting we've had shootings but not the match to ice. Right kids are always getting arrested with guns, or you're you're less likely to get to get shot on a high school campus, then you were decades ago, but when they happen, of course, we all sadly, the laws there. Yeah. They're just spectacular events. So fifty nine percents of adults say that they put no not much or no blame on schools. Four in ten say schools, have at least some responsibility think there's a perception you can protect your children. Yes. Yeah. Nine percents say that schools have a great deal of blame. Thirteen percent say schools have become safer during the past twenty years. I mean, I think the numbers would tell us otherwise there probably are safer. It just like everything else. It's a spectacular shooting, and because of media now, we're living it live in the moment. Every one of us. I might aware it happens in that moment. You live Columbine. You watched it every minute. You watch parkland everyman with modern media. It's not in some far far away town or city or state. But I mean numerically your kid is safe for school. I think I think the numbers back that up. Sixty seven percent of adults say schools have become less safe. All right. I think the host aside, right? My wrong is society left set, less safe. Now, I know our crime rates are not high in Austin and the murder rate is far less used to be. But the perception it was I exactly I mean, you can't blame us for feeling that way again because we sit down. However, you couldn't gonna consume media, and you can live that tragedy. In the moment all the time, and you can make yourself fearful of going every day. Yeah. I mean, it's it makes perfect sense. But statistically. I believe statistically our kids are safer far safer. And I think the murder rate is far better than it used to be. But it didn't feel like that. No. Let's spend alley immediately. There is some reality. That says that well, maybe fewer people getting shot at school. But when they do it's it's a mass murder. That's me. I believe today is the anniversary of today or tomorrow is the anniversary of that insane shooting at Virginia Tech. That's the lower the guy locked the doors and started mowing people down mentally deranged student there. I mean not being sarcastic about. He was certified. So. Can't blame for when it happens. It. It's it's it's a killing spree. Yeah. That's that's today. Today is the anniversary of Virginia. That's what I thought that can twenty twenty seven. Two and ten say they have little or no confidence in schools potential response. Parents have school age children are especially likely to blame shootings on schools themselves. I don't at all. But I get how we we. We want to blame. Somebody. We want an answer. We want an absolute answer and. The school school can easy targets. The cop and parkland doesn't help the story. I don't know that he would have I don't know how much he would have stopped. But again, I think it plays into that narrative that not enough is done. Forty nine percents. Those with kids in school. Are more likely to blame schools? Forty nine percent to those who don't have kids in school thirty six percent. Then you go onto Bela bit of guns and stuff like that. You get the idea. This is in the news. There's probably gonna be more of this because it's the twenty year anniversary of Columbine, which is sort of the signature moment that we've been became aware that stuff like this was going to start happening. It has. And it continues with parkland last year it continues. I was a kid who just murdered his grandparents Gad's semiautomatic weapon was planning on going to school. I mean, the number of times that people are caught is pretty disturbing to at the New Zealand. Doubting Dylann roof. Crazy is crazy. Yeah, craziest. Crazy. New Zealand has now banned the sale of a ours and all the high caliber clips. They banned that. And they're asking people to turn them in the idea of whether or not school and staff have been trained as much as possible. Yeah. They're trying to much practical. They go to work to teach your kid algebra, right? Not go dirty Harry on some nut who might be walking down the hall. That's not their job. The job is to sweep the floor. Nocco dirty. Harry job is to teach your kids Yama tree. That's what their job is. That's what they're supposed to be doing. That's where we pay them to do. So I I'm I'm fine with whatever level of training, the priorities should be the training should be on geometry. Not a gun fighting. It's not practical. It's not practical. And it's with some people. Some people could pull the trigger some people show immense bravery and pull the trigger a lot of people would not to wit. We give you the security guard and parkland, but that was his job that was. What I'm paying taxes? The the person is supposed to be teaching my kids geometry that's not his or her job. The dude whose job is security in that case didn't do much security. No. In fact, he hid. Yeah. And then got his finishing the next week. It's completely unfair and impossible who expect that someone who drives to the teachers parking on parks cares. They're sack lunch in the teach geometry from eight to four is looking over their shoulder to go gun battle with somebody. That's not what they do. And we complain about public education all the time. What do you want your geometry to be dirty, Harry or teach geometry? I think it's completely unfair. I now reaction post shootings is typically pretty unfair. Well, we talk about things you have at the airports with a check your bag. Check, your person check everything and at some of these high schools that would be an enormous. You're normally long activity would start at new. Yeah. Everyone would be late. I think they're practical. I mean, my experiences, they do what's practical? I don't know that hopefully, there's not another not. But you can't we can't nut proof everything and the minute you start hiring people who are not geometry. Teachers is the time that your kids not being taught the right way. I think most of us agree with that. It's just in the moment post shooting. We do react. We we are freaked out for good reason. And the amount of coverage is you can't pull away from it. That's the other thing these are. So over the top. There's such giant tragedies. You can't look away back in seventeen seconds. Melinda. Here on time. Traffic mouth that congestion really getting heavy out there now, and we still have reports of a wreck over at Lamar southbound at Barton skyway wreck. Liquids spill reported north Quinlan park road at six twenty in an injury collision metric boulevard at bitterns hollow.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I won't I I caught you loud and clear fell though, you let it go. I'm alive show. I watched it. I did I was trying to really. And I thought Sam was Benny. But now, I realize he just didn't get it. I didn't hear what are you talking about? All right. Don't make. I'd like her don't, of course. Somebody you were going after. Okay. Okay. This is a good transition. Leave the women and children out of it. Right. Let's lead women and children. We have something to play for you. To celebrate the twenty year anniversary of something that minder standing is that you are a big fan of here. It is. This is Brendan. Couple year. OJ murder was like ninety four. This is bread that is favourite scene here. It is right on. It was something Tony, title and all property. Tell dynasty to quote. Ju with the black clothes, curls and everything that calls to see them. But I don't believe. It is the twenty year anniversary of the sopranos. Yeah. I feed them. But I don't believe him probably walnut. That's right. You're a big sopranos fan and. Little Steven was on the the picket lines the L A school strike picket lines. Yeah. Yeah. So how do you want me to respond to that? I don't know. I Jesus I mean, Jesus did we offend you in some way is that another thing. Unveil my I'm doing like a beta version of myself. So I liked to respond. I wanna cut through the left wing progressive clutter. Okay. Stand out right there. A lot of really great people doing would you do? Right. And what you do. And so. Yeah. But I want to stand out, right? You wanna bring someone like I'm sorry. You wanna brand yourself? I wanna brand myself. And it's hard for someone like me. I I read one book and smoke a lot, right? So. What was the book? It was Christopher hedges. I don't remember Christopher hedges book. And I I learned with the word oligarch meant explain away. A lot of the Democratic Party. As tools oligarchs. So and it's working for me. I can just Smith practically everything the Democratic Party. He'll be progressive. And ring up. You know, Hillary and the Clinton foundation hating, right? Of course, that's a real stressor. That's what that's a real ones, sir. That's a real story. Yes. Talking about are you ready? Edges, and they're, you know, the Democratic Party. You know, we need a puritan. So I'm going to be I wanna be wanna be the the big nothing burger guy. That's my debate. The big nothing burger. So give us an example of what would be a big nothing burger. Alexandria pace. Of course. It's a big nothing burger, she's part of the same swamp. They all come from. And you know, she's she's oligarch. You are just not saying it. That's my. So this way, I don't have to read because I don't like red be honest with you. I read like the first sample of Christopher hedges book read the sample. And I learned oligarch, and I think I know what plutocratic names. So this bring up whatever you want, and I'll be the guys as big nothing bird need a purity test. And then I'll then I'll scream and rant and rave and smokes, more go up. And so you brought up the sopranos that was a big nothing burder inside a pasta. No, of course. But, but but let me ask you about this, then all right, then this is appropriate. The there was a BuzzFeed article that came out today. I mean, it is you know, we it hasn't been confirmed outside of this. But apparently, the president told his personal lawyer to go to congress and lie. Do you think? That's nothing burger big nothing. Michael code, big nothing. The rush investigation. I mean, come on. You know, what you know? Hey, what about the McKinley says nation?.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Scale of one to ten how to lose the Academy Award for best. Actress two Holly hunter eleven. Seperation with Wilson is nominated for. Yes. Yes. Oh, she was almost thirty three thirty four when she filmed Greece. That's crazy. She was that. Thirty one and that Charles is twenty nine eleven jammies. Twenty eight Jeff Conway was twenty six Didi Conn was twenty-five Travolta was twenty three and Lorenzo lamas was nineteen. Remember that he was in it. So anyway, yes, she was thirty three. But she did really look a lot like, you know, who's one of the beach blanket who's the? Your hair care that sort of that look it was like woo. Anyway. Okay. Then here's soccer Channing talking about. I always forget that they made Greece two. I never saw that movie. Adrian's by real quick. Find out. What's your honest opinion of Greece two is. And do you wish you were part of that movie? Did you ever see Greece two? I'm sorry. I ever saw it. Yeah. I mean, pouring answers. In some respects. Why bother I mean, how can you touch? Why barely see Greece. One. That's true. Yeah. I've seen it twice twice. I came out at the premier and I saw I think there was a twenty year anniversary. And I saw it again really as that. Because you just don't like watching your other things too..

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"She already did this Halloween twenty year anniversary. She came back. It was a big deal. She liked it so much even did a cameo in the next one and killed herself off. We thought she was done with the Halloween franchise, but lo and behold, the fortieth anniversary of Halloween is coming and with it a direct sequel to the original Halloween that basically forgets everything else in the series, which is exciting. Keep in mind what that means is also she is no longer, Michael Myers sister. I know it's easy to forget that especially with the TV cut that retroactively put in scenes about her being the sister. But yeah, let's go back in time doodoo. Through to nineteen eighty, and she is a nobody heard the last time we would've seen her as buck Rogers at a guest spot circus of the stars. I think she was behind brook shields, walking across glass or something. You know, when celebrities had to do those embarrassing circus tricks. She didn't wanna those two. But yes, the fog is something that I would look at as a John carpenter film more than a Jamie Lee. Curtis film John carpenter. Again, we are having another installment in the longest stretch out retrospective series in our entire history as we go through the man's Hoover about one film per year. Yeah, we like John carpenter here, although that's not to say that we always love every film that he does, but I have a long affinity for the fog that goes all the way back to childhood the three essential films..

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Pros that have played in the Little League World Series

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Pros that have played in the Little League World Series

"This week, Sunday baseball's actually going to be the little league classic in williamsport, Pennsylvania. We've got the Phillies the Manson, Jess you already there. What are you doing there? So early that you when I talk, I I literally games. I mean, this is this is where at that, but there I'll tell you and I got two boys. I'm a little league coach. I don't know if I should admit that because sometimes if good and bad, but being here we the first opening day, lily World Series got four games, four more tomorrow you on Saturday. And then I'll have a game Sunday prior to our Sunday night game with the Phillies vets. But it's it's cool in the scene here. You'll be here soon BUSTER, but it's it's, it's pretty special. Yeah, you did this game last year? I did not do it. I was on vacation. What's it? Like when you get the big leaguers mixing with a little leaguers. The coolest thing BUSTER in, you know, we, we've seen it only once. You know the cardinals and the pirates here last year and what was really took me aback as expect. Obviously, when the big leaguers get here, the literally will be running up and getting autographs and photos and southeast and Instagram stories and all that. As soon as I remember the cardinals got here first before the pirates and they got off the bus and they were going after because they'd already watched a few of the games. They literally new kids names. You know, Carlos Martinez had some kids internationally that he like. I think it was a catcher Venezuela that he was like, totally adamant. I need to find this kid. I want my photo. Can I get your picture? Got his autograph, and it was so genuine. And this is before the cameras were even on them, or I mean, these big leaguers were fans of these kids. And to me, that's what makes us special is I think we only a bit of a reminder of like why the game of baseball is really played, but especially those guys not to like knock any player by any means, but. I think one hundred sixty two games. You would get it at the grind, but you get here and oh my gosh. Is it exuding up every just pure love for the game? You know, are they that towns and most of them aren't, but oh, they love it and it rubs off and you can tell when the big leaguers get here that there's a little bit of that. Just I remember when I was eleven years old. I remember when I was twelve and you know the stories just come out and it's it's cool and it's important. Along those lines about the players who play in the Little League World series. This week's poll question is who among the alum of the Little League World series, my goodness. There's so many from Chris story. The, you know, the the NHL player who so many current major leaguers Scott Kingery, Michael Conforto in our game or guys who played Little League World series, but who is the best alum of the Little League World series was played in the big leagues in the four choices and believe me. We could have had so many more Todd Frazier, Jason Varitek, Gary Sheffield or Dwight Gooden who would be the best alum of those four. You know, I put Todd Frazier, I voted this week because there's something about him that still just screams little league. I mean, anyone who's ever been around Todd Frazier and BUSTER. I know you know this, you've been around him. I mean, and part of its maybe his size and just as demeanor and the way he acts. I mean, he, he, he's still just has kid and love for the game the way he plays the game. And this is twenty year anniversary of the team that he one Little League World series with with Tom's river New Jersey, and they're all coming back. He's throwing out the first pitch, and I feel like in covering now the Little League World series. My fourth year, those images are the ones that are still

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yes i do she teas she takes all my abuse verbal abuse that is jacket boss but she does wear the pants and majority of the time aren't happy wife happy life right so what is the big celebration now tomorrow what's what's happening while the twenty year anniversary so she started brainstorming about a year ago about putting this event together it's a twenty year anniversary so and i started my foundation for years ago to help our military guys are navy seals and military personnel with traumatic brain injury so i've been involved with that getting these guys treatments because they're not gonna tell you you know that they're they need the help they're they're very proud men and women out there to to do that so i i started the foundation i saw how these treatments went and so i brought a buddy my neck who he was an ex team guy and so he speaks on behalf of that because he was the first recipient of getting these treatments and he's doing unbelievable and it does change and it saves their lives so that's kind of how i started it and then with literally programs of san diego and then my high school because i'm still the head coach at at my at my high school has that been the head coach high school kids it's it's great i love it but it's like these kids don't know who i am i swear they they gotta google year they gotta see they gotta let me tell you something they they haven't asked me a question in nine years i mean i mean i bring a lot to the table pitching wise and and i know about hitting i stunk as a hitter i pitch against the best hitter so i read swings and that's what i had to do that was my life but to see that and but they.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Nevertheless how about this little nugget courtesy of my friend jed meshu who also works on emi fighting dot com tomorrow tomorrow may fifteenth is the twenty year anniversary of chuckled dell's you have seen 'em debut how about that may fifty nineteen ninety eight you'll see seventeen twenty aniversary today he announces he's back chuck she'd be chill are you there here you the whole time i'm sorry about my connection how's everything just doesn't feel right i feel like i need to see you it's just not the same i like to my friend that's very nice if you what's going on okay there's a lot going on let's start here because we have some breaking news on this program i know you usually tune in maybe you're are busy this morning but your old pal chuck adele in studio officially announcing that he is retired that he is back that he would like to fight ortiz says it's going to happen in november for oskar delahoya promotion he also said that if that fight doesn't come to fruition it's not just all hinging on mr tease he liked to get a piece of you but at the end of the day the pot at the end of this rainbow is is john jones that's the guy he wants to fight he thinks he can beat him what do you make of all this yeah selfawareness is tough man it's a hard thing hey let's start at the beginning 'cause i am curious that this ostra thing so that is not set he and tito that's not a set oscar doesn't have a date he's not moving into that foray officially is that is that oh gather from this he says it's going to happen him and tito he says that he wanted to happen with oscar he said that he's had some very good conversations was oscar but it's not signed sealed and delivered it's it's it's not a done deal but it appears as though it's moving in the direction of golden boy emma may.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Nevertheless how about this little nugget courtesy of my friend jed meshu who also works on emi fighting dot com tomorrow tomorrow may fifteenth is the twenty year anniversary of chuckled dell's you have seen 'em debut how about that may fifty nineteen ninety eight you'll see seventeen twenty aniversary today he announces he's back chuck she'd be chill are you there here you the whole time i'm sorry about my connection how's everything just doesn't feel right i feel like i need to see you it's just not the same i like to my friend that's very nice if you what's going on okay there's a lot going on let's start here because we have some breaking news on this program i know you usually tune in maybe you're are busy this morning but your old pal chuck adele in studio officially announcing that he is retired that he is back that he would like to fight ortiz says it's going to happen in november for oskar delahoya promotion he also said that if that fight doesn't come to fruition it's not just all hinging on mr tease he liked to get a piece of you but at the end of the day the pot at the end of this rainbow is is john jones that's the guy he wants to fight he thinks he can beat him what do you make of all this yeah selfawareness is tough man it's a hard thing hey let's start at the beginning 'cause i am curious that this ostra thing so that is not set he and tito that's not a set oscar doesn't have a date he's not moving into that foray officially is that is that oh gather from this he says it's going to happen him and tito he says that he wanted to happen with oscar he said that he's had some very good conversations was oscar but it's not signed sealed and delivered it's it's it's not a done deal but it appears as though it's moving in the direction of golden boy emma may.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The mo but another thing is we're tying things in the break the heart all fans i bring it up with me lot full night watching that game got hoes that was a bad call to when robinson went to the foul line but that's thirty years ago so right but another thing that's interesting to we were talking about this recently this is a twenty year anniversary of one kentucky beat news on the national championship game game was in san antonio with a very close game rickman jared was the head coach at utah game and i've thought about this with you guys here during the mosier mosier is a majority saiful so that's another story line here that you're looking at the twenty year anniversary of the jared got personally final four border moser is back with a cinderella and himself and loyalist chicago but yeah but a lot of different things you know intertwined like we talked about the michigan seton hall thing with the meal robinson that's twenty nine years ago now michigan's back and you know michigan has had a number of opportunities guys when you think about the two that the fab five hadn't obviously louisville beating michigan in two thousand thirteen know we've talked about kansas and it seems like they're either one or two seat every single year which is impressive give coach self a lot of credit for that where would you compare this team as they are two wins away from a national championship where would you compare this team or how would you compare this team with some of the other one seeds we've seen which has been frequent over the last decade not nearly talented guys at some of the other teams that bill self a tad i mean you think back to some of the teams that have gotten knocked out early you know their team obviously that lost vcu and the elite eight that had the morris twin hi sean taylor there with the team in two thousand fourteen that never really healthy at the end of the season but they had perry ellis andrew wiggins and joel embiid i mean there was some serious serious helen on these teams and then you go back to the team that kelly oubre and guys like that we just never seems to break through but.

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"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"twenty year anniversary" Discussed on KTRH

"Nations and we now have twenty years of data to demonstrate that since kid this is a twenty year anniversary uh when we left the earth summit ninety ninety two in rio to frame the un framework convention on climate change unfccc were talked about bringing all the nations together and went to kyoto were divided the world up almost in half of the year the debt instruments um it was drafted it road out forty eight percent of the global greenhouse gas emissions we then started on a faulty foundation that agreement is is it this terrorist is built along those same winds would barricading the world up to developed and develop we will definitely move jobs we'll move emissions than in china the carbon intensity is nearly twice what it is in the united states it has failed on virtually every level economic constitutionally and environmentally we can do much much better so what is your opinion then that we need to start over with the new agreement that is basically built with a good foundation on discussing okay they're not emerging countries all they may be but they have issues with trying to figure out how to deal with all of the pollutants that they're putting in the planet and they need to be brought in just like the united states at the same time since they are truly in a huge huge administers as of pollution all different types of pollution.

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