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"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Twenty percent. That's a big difference. But what was remarkable. These people are. It's so they're so greedy and they have been so above the law for so long that they're also applying basically they charge a two percent fee for what they do right to percents Two percent of a billion dollars is a lot of money and they figured out yet. Another way to manipulate the tax code that allows them to pay an even lower rate on that two percent which is just clearly violates the spirit of the law when they've been caught it seems as though they're not doing it anymore because they recognize it. violates the letter of the law. They're number of whistleblowers about this. But of course. The combination of trump the trump administration stacking the irs and treasury department with officials who are extremely friendly to these industries plus the fact that the irs has been gutter. They lost a huge percentage of their of their auditor between two thousand eight in two thousand eighteen minutes. These people are operating with impunity. Ron wyden who is create on this issue and a lot of other issues too pointed out that you are just slightly more likely to be struck by a meteor than you are to be audited for these kinds of practices. I think it comes down to like work in. This country is taxed. Wealth is not or at least wealth as tax very little. That's that's just what is already wealthier accumulating more wealth. You're going to get away with not paying a lot of taxes. If you work you're going to pay your income taxes in the question is what can be done about this from a policy perspective. Because you know. I started off by talking. About sort of republicans refusal to raise the marginal income tax rate or corporate the corporate tax rate. But neither those would actually do anything about what was in the propublica investigation or the new york times private equity story. Tell tommy what what can be done from a policy perspective. Yeah is a huge problem is that they're very clear in the new york times piece about private equity that good tax lawyers basically just run circles around most. Irs auditors anyway in so that makes it hard to recoup any of these funds and in some cases. Even during the obama administration efforts to clamp down on these loopholes actually made it easier for super rich people to evade taxes. So it's a big problem. I do think it's clear that we need to hire more people. The irs and tell them to prioritize audits of the super wealthy longer term. There needs to be some sort of reform of the tax code so that the irs has better tools and laws and regulations available to them to tax.
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Conservative state. That's a concern. Nbc news reports georgia republicans passed restrictive new changes to the state election process thursday after weeks of debate about how to tighten voting laws in the state. The new law will limit early voting in additional voter. Id requirements to mail voting and b. c. notes at republican governor. Brian kemp signed the law. Immediately calling it. Commonsense while aligning himself with former president. Donald trump in remarks touting the bill in the wake of last week's killings atlanta public service workers washington state are speaking out against hate and it asian-americans the washington federation of state employees is calling on leaders to act to curb violence against asian-americans americans. Quan tran is president of interpreters. United he says attacks on asian americans have been on the rise for the past year during the pandemic but the racism goes back further. She twisted last week. That killed eight people that physically the climax everything that's going on in the last few years on yang is a custodian at harborview medical center in seattle and says she hasn't personally dealt with harassment but is afraid she will one day. She spoke through a translator. Jenny ho with the washington federation of state employees on the lives in fear basically. She says she has to take the train to work to chinatown and she has constantly watch her back especially when people start getting too close to her. She's earful for public news service. I'm eric take it off. this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. 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Usda chess and the council here is a look at weather from hop newsfeed weather center. Thursday rained possibly a thunderstorm all day. Windy with a wind advisory in effect tonight with wind gusts as high as fifty miles per hour high near fifty eight low around forty. Three friday cloudy then gradually becoming mostly sunny tiny fifty seven. That's the latest weather. Shakeout more news and weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com. Men's team only made it the fifteenth place. They still have more viewers than one thousand nine hundred nineteen that made it all the way to the to the world championship. Whatever they call it fifty percent more viewers by the way that me stutz twelve million more viewers so anyway since we're talking about eighty percent more a lot of viewers more so i said let's look at twenty eight team versus twenty twenty nineteen since those are the years currently in question attendance. Charlie you brought up earlier well. He filled stadiums. The average attendance for the women's cup was twenty two thousand. The average attendance for the men's world cup was forty seven thousand. The total attendance for the women's cup in two thousand nineteen was over one million while the total attendance for the men's and twenty eight team was over three million. That's all difficult to quantify and it's also important to note to the twenty eight team. Men's cup was in russia. The and the twenty thousand nine women's was in france. Okay so maybe a little bit easier to that too. If the ticket prices are the same you can clearly see the ticket revenue for the two thousand. Eighteen minutes cup was three times. The ticket revenue for the women's. That's if the ticket prices are the same in reality. The average price for a two thousand eighteen minutes ticket was two hundred dollars and the average price for a women's cup ticket with seventy five dollars. The men's cup sold three times as many tickets at over twice the price. That's roughly eight times more ticket revenue for the men's cup Told you dug through all this stuff. Man pulled all of that. So now we get to the fief fifa prize pool. It's still not enough. The still unfair but remember all these man stats that you've been i know man spewing still unfair all right let me statal over you guys for a little bit. How about the fief of prize pool. This year's prize pool for the women's cup was thirty million. Dollars with the champions. Taking four million in two thousand eighteen. The men's prize pool was four hundred million as soon with the champion taking home. Thirty eight million so it could make the argument that the men were done at the service based on these numbers considering the fact that men took him nine percents the prize pool while the women took home thirteen percents of their prize pool. So there's an obvious glaring figures during this right in the face though. Why is the men's prize pool so much bigger. These figures are difficult. Fine but i do have total from the women's last win which also happens to be the year they broke all the records for us. Viewership of women's soccer with twenty six million us watching the championship game in two thousand fifteen. The women's cup fifa total of one hundred thirty one million dollars net revenue in two thousand eighteen. The men's cup brought in six billion dollars in net revenue so also realizing that the women's prize pulled represents a much higher percentage of the total revenue for fifa compared to the men's so the women's prize pool. Which what do we say was thirty. Million is actually is actually twenty-seven percent of the total money that fifa brought in from the women's cup the men's prize pool which was one hundred. Four hundred million was only seven percent of the six billion dollars. That fee for brought in for the men's world cup so the actual point is that the women's teams being paid forty percent of what the men's team has paid although they are bringing in a much smaller percentage of the revenue if the pay was represented solely by the revenue. We might end up with a pay scale that pays women only fifteen percents of the men and it would still be economically justified. That has like shakespearean poetry shake Shakespearian man's spew. Yeah so that a lot of people who would hear me reading. All of that would hear the unfairness. Let's just yeah. I'm sad that's what they would hear. None of commander here though in fairness i have no idea anyone watches men's soccer either now. I don't call me when it's hockey. I'm not into right. I like hockey not into it at all. Big hockey fan big football fan hockey and football. The two best sports to watch on tv football. That's what i'm into not.
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
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"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"No, he's going to say that you don't care about other people's house. You can't even say that with a straight face. I I'm trying to care about other people's problems. But. Goes to win the contest starts. It's not a con we didn't compete at all also. On this kind of stage, not the place. What do you mean not the place to check your heart rate? No to talk about all. Well, yeah. You know, I got a science thing. And I gotta arrhythmia you gotta Murray might meet do what happened alumna voice. He doesn't. In the face. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's great don't care about other people's problems. Let's fine. It's cool. You don't even believe that? I don't. Yeah. Good. Yeah. Good. We'll tell you something about you. Tell you something about. All right. Let me tell you. What's wrong with Yael? All right. Danny Danny brags about things wrong with him. He does how embellish some of it to keep going. You just do. I want to hear it though. You wanna hear it? What is it about? How you love telling people all that stuff. Like what though maybe makes any better? But it's not about that. Why how do you know? I don't know how I feel because I could just tell from being around you in the way that you tell it to people because they say something, and then you want them with yours. I don't think I'd do that at all. I just tell people how I have relatively the some type of the same things that they go through. That's not what I'm talking about. And you're trying this is the only place that you have. I don't think talking about it like helps people like yes, I agree with that. And what you do as far as the whole depression thing is great. Talking about that. I'm talking about the same himself. There is no, no, no. Because that's the truth because you were trying to bring me down with that little fuck and comment. You son of a bitch. Oh, it wasn't talking about real health stuff. I'm talking about in regular conversations. When no one's look someone will say something, and they say, I got this thing. And then you just start rattling off thing. The reason I asked him is because I was going to ask him if he had to get a stress test done for his only question, I was still do I go for stress tests sales the rails. Oh all onto though. It's a stress test. I'm telling you they put me on a bike or a treadmill pick pick. Well, last time I couldn't. But usually I picked the treadmill because I love to run. So believe me. Runner. I love I love to run when you go to the gym at you step on the treadmill? How far you go? Well, like two miles two miles is like a solid amount of distance. Yeah. It's not bad. I tried to get to like two miles. Every time. I run, you know, two or more I'm happy, but I had to take you. I try to get it on the like maybe like sometime definitely like eighteen minutes. You know? But I try to like if you running it like an eight point like six you can get that done in like fourteen two thousand eighteen minutes is kinda trae. Well, isn't a ten miles ten ten minutes. A mile is like, okay. No, no. I think like an eight minute mile is like, okay. Eight eight thirty. No, no, actually, that's kind of fast, and Amy and miles pretty fast. You know what? Eighteen good. Yeah. I try I take it back. I think nine minute mile over. You run a mile and a half. What's the what's the test yet? The like to become a cop, the fitness that's like a mile and a half in like, twelve minutes. Yeah. So like, yeah. That is you're wet. You're way ahead of that pace. Yeah. I know you're actually right on. You're on pace your. Yeah. You have to run out an eight speed to finish a mile and a half in twelve minutes. Yeah. Because I did it once for dominance, y'all. You just can't do this. Yeah. Should be able to do that..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The weekend addition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, including a deep dive into pay pal. It's one of the most storied companies of late in Silicon Valley in part because of the people behind it. We're talking about Elon Musk. We're talking about Peter Thiel. They have essentially invented the modern Silicon Valley in a lotta ways and speaking of invention. They've really kind of reinvented themselves to grow the business. Also, you'd say he's reinvented himself. But he's been very smart successful. Crazy successful basketball player. Also smart businessman. Well, and he himself had a role in modern Silicon Valley. He was a pre IPO investor in Google. We're talking about Shaquille O'Neal plus shoppers for luxury homes. They are facing a very promising twenty nineteen that's in our pursuit section. But I care. It's been an interesting couple of weeks for the new congress, especially for the new reinstalled. I should say SP. Speaker of the house, but it's new is old again. So what's old is also new again? Meaning the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi who's held that spot before the thing is it's a different Washington that she steps into. Let's get into that story. It's highlighted in the magazine this week reporter, Anna Edgerton joining us now from DC. So that's the case, right? So Nancy Pelosi resumes. Her old job as speaker of the house, but it's a different Washington. That's right. Nancy Pelosi was also speaker of the house from two thousand seven to two thousand eleven and by all accounts, she has a very effective speaker. She's very good at keeping her caucus and line. And making sure that everyone stays together and vote the way that leadership wanted them to vote that means they were able to pass things like the Affordable Care Act also known as ObamaCare, but now she's speaker of the house again, and there's a very different Washington. You have a president who tweets policy announcements opinions political attacks, but she also has freshman members of her comfort, so her caucus that also tweet their opinion and are not shy about tweeting their criticism about whatever piece of legislation. Or movement the democrat party is working on. So it's going to be a very different way that she's going to have to employ skills. She honed before two bit of new negotiating environment. Yeah. There's a couple of things we should break down. And I feel like it's almost first of all mind boggling that the Democrats at this point aren't really a unified party. They aren't. Well party you would expect to have factions. I mean, we do have a very diverse country. So a democrat from New York City is going gonna look very different than democrat from Illinois. But within that kind of conference you have Nancy Pelosi is very good at kind of building consensus and listening to remember in hearing what they need in order to keep everybody taking votes that they can then present to their voters as progress for the country. You have some progressive members who would like a more ambitious agenda on Medicare for all universal healthcare. Universal higher education. Universal. Pre pre K pre education. And then you also have some moderates who are going to be more worried about fiscal issues and kind of making sure that they are in a position to take the mantle of fiscal discipline from Republicans have kind of abandoned abandoned that fiscal discipline. I think what's interesting to writing, you know, this better than most is that there's a balance right for Nancy Pelosi. She has to think about those issues that got Democrats in the first place elected during the midterms. Right. So she's got to balance those issues that voters voted on and wanted and she's also got to think about what's coming up in twenty twenty the presidential election. Maybe gaining back the Senate, right? So there's a balance here. Right. And if you look at with any kind of this subject area issues there specific policy. Approaches that have been approved by voters that were very popular in the two thousand eighteen minutes. If we look at health care, for example, voters overwhelmingly say that they think people with preexisting conditions should be protected from having their interests taken away or their insurance rates rising. So if Democrats can protect that element of the Affordable Care Act doesn't very popular thing with voters. Similarly, if you look at gun control, there's widespread approval air support for universal background checks. So if you kind of abandoned more sweeping gun control measure that would include an assault rifle ban. And even more restrictions on what kind of arms, can you purchase and focus it on universal background checks. You can get those incremental wins and van Bergen ac- Nancy Pelosi focusing in a divided government. What are you hearing about the relations already between President Trump and Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house because I think back to late last year the optics of that. Meeting with Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer and President Trump in the White House cameras were on they were talking about the wall. They were talking about different things, and you could see that there was noticeable discomfort by Nancy Pelosi at the time of kind of doing everything in front of cameras something that the president is very comfortable doing that was a really interesting moment. And it was I think it made a lot of her even staunchest supporters nervous because Nancy Pelosi strength is not in front of the TV cameras. She is not a smooth talker like many people in Washington are. And so when you had essentially a back room negotiation televised almost alive, you could see kind of a bit of a shaky approach for her by chance a really good moments, especially when the president tried to talk about this support. She was seeking for speaker. And she said don't characterize a strength that I bring to this meeting. That was a classic Nancy Pelosi live and something that I think really relieved a lot of her supporters that okay, she can do this in a back room. But she can also do this. When the TV cameras are present. That's my conversation with congressional reporter. Edgerton? And I do think it's fascinating that that amateurs to write about this because it is a different Washington. It's a very transparent one. Everybody's got cell phones. You've got a president who is not bashful about going to Twitter using social media are bringing the cameras into the White House for meeting. Well, and what I find so interesting about this moment where we find ourselves is the Democrats back in power in the house. And so all of a sudden, you have this very different dynamic between the president and the congress anytime they speak. He speaks and vice versa. Even with that Oval Office address. You have the response from Pelosi and Schumer coming right out of it. Some said they look like stern parents.
Trade optimism lifts stocks, but 2018 ends in red
"Well, stocks are trading higher this morning tried to end at least on a positive note on optimism round US. China trade talks will also some data coming out of China showing that their manufacturing is starting to slow down. And that's giving the markets insight in terms of the the trade skirmish here as we mentioned two thousand eighteen minute trying year for investors a lot of asset. Classes lowered fact most all asset classes lower market overall looks to finish the year end of the negative worst year possibly since two thousand eight in the worst December that we've had since one thousand. Eighteen thirty one. So let's take a look at some of the best and worst performers here for look at the s p g e down fifty seven percent on the year. The Dow the biggest loser. Their Goldman Sachs down thirty six percent and the best performers on the Dow is Merck up thirty four percent and on the SNP Advanced Micro up seventy three percent on the year. So still a couple of winters here. So let's check in with the real time numbers. Here's the market will be closed tomorrow. But today the Dow up two hundred points at twenty three thousand two sixty two the S and P A fourteen at twenty five hundred even the NASDAQ up thirty six to sixty six twenty one gold down slightly twelve eighty two an ounce oil at forty five dollars a barrel. The ten year bond yield is at two
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"We're recording on an afternoon today, luxurious, well, I'm realizing how much more my exit flares up in the afternoon some weeks amid weak exit got an inch e elbow, and I don't know. It's going to affect my performance. We gotta get you. Probably negatively really get you on the Royds the topical. I don't know how much more ROY that can handle in my life. Doing so much juice and already really. Yeah. I thought you I thought you were just shooting up flaxseed oil that was my understanding then that was two months ago, baby. I moved on what's a B twelve shot. I don't know. But getting one in the ass every week. It's not making me feel better. But I'm afraid if I stopped doing it. It'll make me feel worse. Like, a B twelve shot is like what like Arianna 'Grande would get. I. Time touring. I don't feel enough. I look I know enough about Arianna Guerande to say whether or not she gets a B twelve shot. I feel like a B twelve shot is what a pop star gets when when they need a medical treatment for an emotional collapse. I here's what I think of b twelve shot is here's the one reference for someone. I know in my life having something that I think is a B twelve shot. Can I offer what I think just real quick? I think it's the same as a VHS. Sure. Sure. Yeah. It's it's it's all your days, fruits and vegetables. Just sit ojected Jek did it to the ass. I have I have some buddies who do like a yearly Vegas trip. And I'm like, I go every like third time, you know. I don't go to everyone. But if I can swing it. It's a lot of fun. Sure. You've got a giant drink. Yeah. Everyone's smoking drinking smoking. Terry fetter? Is he dead three, by the way, Las Vegas weekly? Just pick the top three Las Vegas activities for two thousand eighteen minutes, drinking smoking, oh, drink and beat out smoking and Terry Terry tour who maybe debt it is rest in peace dairy for tore Stanley to read it. Rita redner long may you reign the number three baby. And they. And you know, it's it's a hard drink in a fair this Vegas trip, but one but one year someone came and brought a spouse who was a paramedic. And and she brought. Anti hangover sacks. So everyone was hung over. And in the morning. She just when everyone was hung over. She put she gave everyone these anti hangover like drips like these IV's just in the hotel room, and they were better than they went out drinking again, and I have I and I I regret not trying this. It sounds so fucking wild. And I didn't go that year. And I think whoever brought this person has since broken up with that spouse. So the anti hangover person isn't coming on the trip anymore. Well, I'm never going to get a have an anti hangover sack. It sounds like you need to turn in Tinder and start up with nine one one. Just start calling nine one one. And I can you send a few really cute EMS work. Hey, hey when one. Yeah. What are you? Watching a Netflix right now any brothers or sisters. I'll get to buy emergency in a minute high nine one one. I mostly watch documentaries shirt. Right. Yeah. Do you? Love a good jive bar. Our guest on this week's program visiting us from well, I was going to say from the United Kingdom. But the honest truth is, she's a woman without a home. She's Pera she has a para pathetic lifestyle. How like the hulk? Cool. No, he's he wanders. Sure. About the whole, I guess that's more characteristic of the seventies. TV hulk books. By the win once a week to check his mail..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Them. I'm looking I'm looking forward to it. You know as a as a as a coordinator and as a as a Sykora guy so so heavily involved in operations. You know, it's always good to get onto. Quote, ground level of of an aspiring sport. And you know to kind of be right in there when they get started. And, you know, basically for me to go into an operation, and as and to be put in place to do what I do best is always a good thing for me, baby. And I'm looking forward to it. The whole organization is jacked not only did they announce you they announced. Kenny rice is coming over to be reunited with boss Rudin, he'll be the play by play announcer. He also got Jimmy Lennon junior. He will be the announcer. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. And I just got I just got wind of of of that quote lineup and the the other the other involved, you know, bosses is. You know, boss himself is a legend income and combat sports. And and a guy who has who has kind of kind of put himself in place, you know, for for announcing and commentating, and you know, even all around good guy. And he gave me a call about three weeks ago about about this organization that he was starting. And I didn't know exactly what it was. But she said to him listen, man, if you're involved in you know, you reached out to me check check check back. I said I'm available. You know, didn't know any of that. I should I'm available. All right. Yeah. I mean, basically, it's like old school boxing. You know, the the the knuckles will not be protected, but hey, I've watched some of this stuff, man. It's really really exciting. You gotta be more accurate now with your strikes because you don't have the protection on your hands. But these guys and gals have been going out there and putting on a show bare knuckle think about two thousand. Seventeen two thousand eighteen minutes a little bit of a rebirth. And these guys seem to be putting the right people in place to succeed as a organization. Well, this is my this is my first time, I've I've actually never really seen. She didn't event. But I do know that that, you know, events have happened not not all over because there's there's probably a few states that only a few states that have commissioned states that have sanctioned of the sport. But you know, the one thing the one thing I'll tell you. It's you got fan participation fan. Acceptance and the product you produce the production of your product people you put in place all those things make make something like this a success, and they have put the right people in place. They have put legitimate people in place recognizable names in place that attract an audience, you know, and I've learned personally over the last eight. Eighteen years that combat sport is something that the public clamours for the the public comes out to support the public goes to see inference organizers structured properly, you know, it's gonna it's got legs..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Guys for Wednesday, October seventeenth. Two thousand eighteen minutes, Jack O'Brien, AK Jacko fee doodoo cities. Casto doodoo, Jack, Jack, OBI, Jack. That is courtesy of fellow parent. I just to say, hey, and I'm thrilled to be joined as always taught my co-host Mr.. Miles mile speaks to true, stay in pristine. Cool was guys person food of my house and a site Geiss is the fresh maker would the whole thing, but I didn't know how to improv the rest that is from sort of profound social to you because that was sort of profound, not just a clever name like this shitty. Beatles speaking the shitty Beatles. I had the beach boys song Kokomo stuck in my head all morning because I listened to the latest punch up the jam, which is a great podcast in great episode of podcast, Scott Gaber us on it. It's a really good one, but they did cocoa. That's really bad. Well, we are thrilled to be joined in air heat by the hilarious stand up comedian, Nick Vetere. I have something to compress. I wrote Kokomo shit does it wasn't that? So I mean, guys, I was fired when I cut me some fucking min. The booth. I think for a five year old cook was pretty, I mean, five year old. For some reason when I was growing up, I thought it was practical cake, melting anger hand, and that is fucking stupid way. It was. I think it's tropical drinks, melting your hand, but what part of the bodies in the sand cock? Tropic topic, cockroaches tropical cake. I was in here. I was it a karaoke last night and I realized that it's it's not. It's not called. It's rain. It's it's it's raining men, not. It's Raymond really changes. The song thought it was just a is Ray man do man, ravens. Completely different. And it all wrong could. Anyways, I think our aka as both got some annoying song stuck in people's heads. So there's more than it's raining men and Kokomo and Kokomo and baby sharks doodoo to do and mentos zone. And I know about baby shark until three weeks ago. Yeah, no, baby short. I know people don't have it. Parent cars kids song. But then younger people than me who are like adults now were saying, oh, I knew that his kid, right, but I'm, I missed that. We had Swing-low-sweet-chariot. Miles as burial. All right, Nick, we're going to get to know you a little bit better in a moment. But first we're going to take you guys through what we're talking about today. We're going to remind you with the goal of the show is we're trying to tell you what the nation is thinking and talking about today taken a dive into America's and sometimes the rest of the world's shared unconscious. Using the headlines box office reports what's trending on Google and social media. Today we're going to start with a Google trend search skim, and then we're going to do a quick culture war report. Actually not a very quick one because the right is very fragile and they want the left to attack them. They need that story to happen. And so they are creating the headlines even without the reality of those headline. So we're gonna talk about that and the possibility of a second civil war. And we're going to talk about Mike. Pao's face during his meetings in Saudi Arabia because it's very friendly and please be there. We're gonna talk about Lindsay grants, comments on FOX and friends. And finally, we figured out how to make miles, give a fuck about climate change. We'll see. Man. Yeah, you don't care. You're not in apparently like the hot weather beer could double in price, global. Wait, what the fuck do you say? Yeah. So miles is hot. He's heated. Maybe I'll believe it now beers beers doubling because of the sunspots. Nick. We like to ask our guest wooded something from your search history that is revealing about who you are. Let's get to know better. I don't know if it's revealing are not. I just what kind of bug is. This was my last. I feel that comes up a lot. Yeah. Yeah, right. We're kind of bug. Is this spider? What is this bug bite from? Yes, I get that a lot. What was the book was walk me through this. Did you see the recently is my mom sent me a picture of a bug. Usually it's a bug. I find, right? Yeah, but you know, my mom sent me a picture of the bug. I'm looking at what sort of bug it is..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"With our super producer, Dylan Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like and how we can find more of those things. On our first trip, we went to Asheville North Carolina, a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year economic depression with beer and food. Neil episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Hello, the internet and welcome to episode three of guys. Got a little bubble. There were Wednesday, October, third, two thousand eighteen minutes, Jack O'Brien. I got a dalmatian I can still get miles. I can do this podcast like up in Jack, go Brian. Sublime the best, right my wrong, or am I right that is courtesy of nNcholas spear on Twitter, and I'm thrilled to be joined as always by my co host Mr. miles psychic don't dance. We just sit on the hands and listen to miles gray, hot takes and hot tanks. That's a fat. Joe lean back spire aka from John Smith. I hope I didn't watch your name, sir, but you are at legendary Black Lion. So thank you for that. Aka fat. Joe. I mean, I. At legendary black line as a pretty great Twitter handle. I would not change anything. We add legendary black line. You do a lot of foot or handle? Yes, I, I do. And my man, you've gotta just stick with that consist of ranting is what we're about here on the daily zeitgeist. We're thrilled to be joining Arthur t by very fun actress and comedian her special. I'm crowning is out currently on Amazon or thrilled to be joined by Liz Stewart. Hey, thank you for joining us. Thank you were telling us before we hit record that explanation behind the title of your comedy special. I'm crown. Oh, yeah. Yeah. There's actual footage from the birth that is in the comedy special. So you can c. n. n. at one point while giving birth, I actually do exclaim. I'm crowning because it was. You're not lying. It's completely true. Well, we're going to get to know you even better in a moment. But first we're gonna tell our listeners what we're going to be talking about today. Louis c. k. is back at the cellar. Again, we're gonna talk about that and how the seller is dealing with people maybe feel a little bit uncomfortable about LUSA cages popping up every once in a while we are going to talk about you be forty gate as it's being called nowhere except on this podcast. But the facts before Brad Kavanagh tried to fight a stranger because he thought he was the guy from UB forty and then thought he was lying to him in college. Just amazing. I don't like red red wine beer, right. No wine beer song about beer. There is a story that's gaining some traction on the right and trying to break through into the middle about how to scary time for young men in America right now. This was a quote that came from DJ TJ Donald Trump, junior, and his father who is apparently the president. And so we're going to talk about that. Just the condition of these poor white men in this country. We're gonna talk about how the president businesses have been doing since he became president and Amazon just being crazy with the fuck ary when it comes to how they're treating the possibility that the workers at whole foods will unionize. I feel like whole foods has good workers. They're always like real friendly and hard working. I think they might have good customer service and they're not going to be like, hey, I'm miserable, right anyway. Do you want to try this for Ari per Shuto, right? I'm not. I'm not saying foods treats their workers should not think about unions. Anyways, we're going to talk about game of thrones whiskey and other things. But first, Liz, we like to ask. Our guest, what is something from your search history? That is really bad who you are? All right. The last thing I searched for one this map quest to get here. 'cause I don't know where I'm going up. Yeah. Nap. Okay. I'm like, I'm pretty sure mapquest doesn't exist go. Yeah, maps with the fashion before that it was Chuck Woolery Chuck Woolery..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Two thousand eighteen minutes. Jack O'Brien day, Jack O'Brien. You know that got it. And I'm thrilled to be joined as always. Hi, my co host Mr. miles. Gray boggles pays. Gray gray will say, okay, that is Enya or no Couve low, and I was, yeah, just riveting was reduced extent with how I didn't know that was the name of that song for about seventeen years, a shoutout to blacks valley at blacks for that. He. Oh, yeah. And mine was at DJ specs on Twitter, and we are thrilled to be joining seat by the hilarious, talented performer, an improviser from shows like Barry, killing down with loved, please welcome Herbie. How that teast hang, I, I love, hey, how are you? I'm really good. I see. Welcome. Thank you. Yes. Yeah, I read it. Okay. We'll 'cause we chat tail. Yeah, we met on Hollywood ugly people and you're crushing it. Nothing. It was busy, then I know is highly. So I'm glad. Yes. Does that co what we're going to get to know you little bit better in a moment. But first we're going to tell our listeners what their in store for. We're going to be talking about Elon Musk, melting down whether he was tweeting on acid as feel Eubanks claims. We are going to talk about why Trump is really revoking people security clearances, the public dick measuring parade that Trump had to cancel and also just his general, you know, stance towards the military people. There is a revealing anecdote that just came out Moroshima is still out here, dropping hot tapes. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Surgical summer summer, we're gonna talk about the box office showdown this weekend. That is even more good versus evil than we originally thought the twin crazy, rich Asians burst mild, twenty two. If you missed miles one through twenty one, don't worry. Good joke dead joke. Just let us on that. And. It's early and we're also going to do a little episode of bullied war and also we haven't announcement about a scheduling change that might affect some of you. Some of those like gang will outlive us ice skating. Yeah, you listen, it will affect you the best way, but I we like to ask our guest, what is something from your search history that is revealing about who you are? Okay. So what is reading is I really, I look this up on the drive, hey, because I had a radio advocate for it's cooled if you care. And it's like this is like in a nutshell, completely made like top wet and things keep you'll vegetables and stuff in eco friendly. So like EKO fronting, instead of using cling film over a bowl, you can get these these sheets like beeswax, so they're reusable. And I literally HUD and add on on the radio because I want to go packaging freight doesn't like it today. 'cause I'm snacking out packages, but like I'm carrying a woah Bodo when I go to set, I bring my on plates knives and four. Folks and I have site buying all my food from the farmers market. It's like a bio my food from farmers market, and then I'll go and buy like rice and other grains and stuff in the bulk bags and then transfer it. So I'm trying to find ways to eliminate things. I just use casualty like foil and cling film, things like that. So what was the radio ad for what radio station released CC. If you're listening to pay rock or something. Right? Yeah, we'll be right back at this. No is KABC, and then it was like, okay, I don't even know how to add win, but it was just like, lychee. I've been thinking about it for days. My friend had just these beeswax covers, and I was like, why can I get them from? And then this ad was on like baking cups, sandwich bags, and I love all biodegradable, yes, Addison road Made made out out of of. like kind of. Love, love, love, Tupperware containers, and Leo bags for things to go in. So it's great. You get by degradable coffee filters. Look this three, got it off. Also. They haven't gone a lot, but they got some stuff with the basics to the base, it ahead it to reduce waste. Yeah. So you bring like metal fork and knife. I set to set bamboo. Yeah, much cooler than well, metals. Good..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"One of days I'd guys were Monday August thirteenth, two thousand eighteen minutes, Jeff O'Brien, k the years twenty to fifty. One white. Jim aside has eliminated all traces of the Irish. Race all save in the ruins of south Boston, one Irish dead struggles to feed his family as war threatens from all sides. One Irishman will take a stand this summer Mark Wahlberg. Sold a dad, Oprah. Thank you to Boise, Jeff Van fund me on Twitter and thanks to them the old work in the eye for calling that one out as k and yeah, I'm thrilled z. joint as always find my co-host Mr. miles grey. It's all side all son, his news with Mr.. All right at Scott vetted you, I love you to accept my favorite album is rope. Oh, so you should know better the best album too, because I love that song. That was actually my favorite doesn't. I usually sung. I ever liked my dad thought. All right. Well, the one way or that edgy, like sort of wraps like tossing. I think I was the first one. Oh, really? Yeah. And it's not a very owner is that back? I just remember just. Never. Pales in comparison to open up some fucking Cormac McCarthy, novel or entertaining. And I'm just doing ole racist Cormac McCarthy, old radio while we are thrilled to be joining third seat by the hilarious stand up comedian, Blake Wexler. Thank you. Thank you, ma'am. I'm great. It's funny looking around this duty. Oh, if I didn't know how smart and great guest is it looks like the worst podcasts like just piles of Lloyd's and then just various opened mints with a couple of. Yeah, spinners. Yeah, it's been is when people come in with no context, I think like us. And then I open it up by shouting. Yeah, that's like really insulting German accent, right? Like start backing out of the room. I always watch when to guest you do that and watch them go. They either go, they just their stoic or sometimes they just do a slight like, oh, this is a vibe. They pick up their phone and start looking at it. Little, do they know the doors locked from the outside? We'll Blake, we're going to get to know you'll a little bit better. But first we're gonna tell our listeners what their in store for you guys surprise. Omarosa is a little bit messy. Nobody saw that coming or we're, we're gonna talk about the worst case scenario for wing. You try to pull that. Can I get a Cup for water scam at a place that has soda fountains? We are going to talk about how the unite the right to rally did not go that. Great was not super impressive. That's disappointing. I know we were all looking forward to it. We're gonna talk about two articles that people are passing around today. One is from Stephen Miller Song-Chol and the other is from the city of Philadelphia. It's about the mayonnaise wars. We'll get into it. You guys, it's amazing. We're going to have white genocide. He's worse. This is the first step. We're gonna talk about Brett Kavanagh's weird, two hundred thousand dollar Bill that he racked up for Washington nationals tickets. The Peter Struck firing and the fact that it is international lefties day. Yeah. All right. Out to fellow left eastern at the net Flanders. But versus like we like to ask our guest, what is something from your search history? That's revealing about who you are. I would have to say recently. It was how long until sunburn goes away. And. Oh, how long until purple sunburn. It was bad, purple sunburn is when you don't go out in the sun a lot, and I got burnt so bad. It wasn't read. It was almost Majel a beautiful shade of agenda. Wow, a tragic shade of magenta and that's what I looked up. And Where'd you get. I actually got it in ocean City, New Jersey on your body neck. Oh, I'm sorry. The ocean City, New Jersey part of my body. Actually. Yes, sir. It does better because they've trans stamps on that boardwalk. But no, yeah. It was on like my my belly, my Tom, Tom, yeah. It was it like legit burn. It was beyond burnt. I felt it in my organs like it was. It was so n humiliating. 'cause I should know better. And you know what I mean happens once every six years. So yeah, yeah, I should know a lot better..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Of Chile, twenty fifth, two thousand eighteen minutes. True. I'm Camile foster. I do various things at place called free. Think I'm delighted to be with you this evening. Matt Welsh. The editor at large reason magazine is someplace in Europe. Apparently trying to Ford, the wizar- of I think he's working for Steve Bannon them exactly, right. Yeah, yeah. Something called like the people's will. He's, he's actually where he could. Full AJ's in France. Weirdly speaking, German, those melodious voices are Michalski moynahan national correspondent for HBO's by news tonight and by very good friend, Anthony, Fisher, senior editor at the week. I know that because I haven't written down in front of me. Wow, that's I'm such an improvement. Wonderful. Is welcome this time which is name is not Bill Fisher as you've been calling for two years. His mom name of Bill Bill. But we're also joined this week by guest. We have a guest, then you know what I asked you to pronounce your name from me several times. I'm going to try my best, screw it out. Jane Costa n- yes, boom boss, Jane is the senior political reporter vox where she is the resident authority on conservatives and Republicans in various things maga- and a number of other species of knuckle dragging missing throats. She's also you can't see this, but she's wearing a maga- hat which three rd, there's, we are choice. If that's true, we'll chain. What is your favorite part of about being a conservative? What do you love most about that? Superfund. You know, because sometimes the state is good and sometimes the state is bad and it's really up to the president to decide. So how did you, how did you get on the conservative beat? I'm I've always been interested in it. I think for me, I grew up. My parents are like rock ribbed democrat. Can you be a rock ribbed? Let's. Let's say that you can be. Bye and union members and and yet like I grew up in Cincinnati in the late nineties, early two thousands in which everyone was like people voted for Clinton because like it's nineteen ninety six. And that's just what you did, but then you know, people were big fans Bush, and I lived near dot in like the biggest Republican donor neighborhood. In Ohio Indian hills just very wealthy. Also the where a lot of the movie traffic was films. But so I knew a bunch of people who are Republicans but like they couldn't. It was a more of an identity thing than politics thing. And I was thinking, this is so interesting to me because it's like it was as if you entered like I, I was interested in this as I am unlike, oh, you're arrest afar in that to me. I'm like, oh, so a highly Selassie. He's God, he's dead. He's not dead. And I'm like, oh, tell me more than some other guys says, Russell Kirk is God actually actually would agree chambers is God, so compelling less. Can I actually reading some Russell Kirk early today to talk to talk about economics, which was really interesting because I'm working on a piece that's kind of about like explaining different, conservative economic models to non conservatives. And it was fascinating because a lot of Russell Kirk is so like come on everybody. We can all get together. Everything's fan capitalism's our friend, and I was like, ooh, this. It's so like folks. It kinda reminded me like if you ever read old school books for people, hyphenate the word today. Mike, that's my stuff. Camille does that too. Very, very strange. So one of the things, the reasons that you're the resident authority on conservatives is that unlike many of the people that you work with, you've actually met them? Yes. You've actually. And I'm not saying just vox. I think this is probably the case and a lot of media outlets and New York, and it is I once had a co worker. I was out in the middle of the country at some..
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"The internet and welcome to season forty episode three of days guys eighteenth two thousand eighteen minutes jack o'brien ak big ole jacko brian starting nath lezak gangs day oh go jack go bri because the news is less distressing this wet oh courtesy of at bay of becca neka yar other than to the tune of the jet airliner by one steve miller band yes like you didn't i didn't always rocking out the classic seventies i am thrilled to be joined as always by my co host mr miles so mile grey edges key bid with eight ganga's every body spouse to now so mile grey akers aided in no when i knew anyway i could keep going all day i love tlc and shut out to amber green at k zero h four k you or maybe you're supposed to be co hukou i don't know maybe that that's trying to do but yeah for that til ceasefire one fact during the after the northridge quake the only tv channel that came in on my tv was the pox you know the music just call in and for whatever reason that that video creep came in solid loop i remember my dad clicking frozen food outside because we had us a grill because if no gas and struggles real speaking quarter rico seeking quakes shoutout to london where they're experiencing what they seem to think are earthquakes two point something on the richter scale but and meanwhile we la are experiencing rear to the point that everybody in our building just ran outside and was like looking around to see what just exploded because you never get thunder that lisa confused their of their guns sky our neighbor literally tournaments what was that i said thunder candy anyways we are thrilled to be joined in our third seat the co creator and writer of the web comic harsh mellow podcast her with black girl nerds a proud hustle puff.
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Of these guys for two thousand eighteen minutes jack o'brien aka urine aceros because terrel means containing no living clugston ses urine his not nontoxic which would mean it can't be harmful that is courtesy of grass ds onetwothree whose facts but it's not naked but i thought it was a good fact so given up top i am thrilled to be joined as always michael hose mr miles gray house while some thin else i'm not listening when you gray goods i had to go back to the archives that chapman rice ak chapman i hope you're listening to well hope you're okay chap but we were starving for jacket our talking like ak as have been like on just this is what i'm getting i'm getting corrections and that was one of the corrections that i really enjoy it so hey you guys do what you want to we are thrilled to have in our third the you know her from jillion dollar properties nobody's larry on cb spontaneous nations just this past weekend on love it or leave it and she is now the new co host of yo is this racist right she is on news that is me that is she hello how are you i'm so excited to have oh thank you that's rain excited to be here huge fan love your stuff everybody's just shout that huge fan love it no one's ever said that this are cast i was just like what do you say when you're on because you're doing that real hollywoodstyle like yeah love it love your stuck sick ten you guys are putting out because really have a handle on content we slang tent what we do like rei but yeah i listen to love it or leave it monday morning came in and i was like hey we should have tony news mon and producer on aho's knee i was like you idiot she's on tomorrow oh wow so that means to people in this room wanted me here what's your deal with once you started cohosting llosa's races like i'm intimidated you know kind of energy coming in here 'cause yeah you know that's a lot yeah i mean i don't know i'm also very threatened by women in general shish that's sort of my general stance if you listen to the show no i i saw from the beginning but you know sometimes we don't see who the guests are until zero hour isn't that better i kinda like i like a little surprise yeah i mean we'll look a few weeks ahead i'm like oh google but then you then you begin like remembering on the daily oh shit okay yes yeah yes all i'm glad i four of you into giving me a compliment oh yeah so excited to have you here and we like to get to nagas a little better with some questions but i guess we like to take our listeners through what their in store for we're going to be talking about the kids and the coach being out of the cave we're going to talk about who trump is pardoning these days we're going to talk about the supreme court justice who got the rose last night if you know what i'm saying and you hear his dad face dad hope that is.
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Friday march sixteenth two thousand eighteen minutes rolling podcast i'm your host gamer saying in here with me in our orlando studios eddie big birthday sunshine things man yeah over there on the wasn't twos are illustrious producer my brother chandler strain oh playing from lover land virginia recovering jesse kerry hello and all the way from nashville tennessee our newest podcast author speaker and all around great person any f downs happy birthday buddy thanks birthday was when this comes out was yesterday we're recording it actually on my birthday on your beware the ides of march what are the birthday plans give it all to i think we're going i think there's a party at top golf tonight and then i love topped off by the way i've never been golfer do you think i think i think there is too there you go wink i we have a great show for you today coming up later we have actor jim caviezel joining us is a newbie out paul apostle of crisis coming out next week so he's on seoul cd paul and jesus no he's actually so this the plot of this movie is pretty interesting i it doesn't like so i thought it was like a paul bio pic yeah they should have renamed this movie and that's you know i the email my email sue the studio and my personal pleads to jim not be included jimmy now were ineffective.
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"What's up everybody i'm jackie's nealon call dr and i'm edgar mobil's here and we are the host of a brand new podcast on how stuff works call the culture kings coach cases a show about the culture for the culture and by the culture carl was culture the culture is very explicit language so please if you got a young years if he got fresh years don't listen to this show but if you wanna learn some stuff do listen to it agar we can find us you find us on apple podcast there any wherever you get your podcasts by hello the internet and welcome concedes any one of deir daily zeitgeist or february twelve two thousand eighteen minutes jack o'brien hey k always bed on jack aka scrooge mcduck both of those are courtesy of luke castle rock and i am joined by my co host mr mild ray you know if pay your pants is who consider me miles davis and thank you didn't gave its for that aka i love of good adam sandler reference year see when its its own set are yes attitude in a whole them city named in yet didn't towns like a new zealander saying dan uh all right or if we're not uh and we are thrilled to be joined in our third seed by the whole areas paid welded let's not not so much tom king count speaking directly into the mix yet they're yes nailing his cajun i la almost politically it less than a year ago when i was still working in concert asked when i did a video where i made a comedian go up on stage at an open mic intel jokes to completely derived from the alexa in haifa series uh just to watch him and i remember after hitting the target page do so confusing thing is that how i mean i was set led noise wife is delighted at knelt with choline asses the great and i remember when you guys put out the video they're just a lot of shots of me like angrily texting and fought.
"two thousand eighteen minutes" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Hi i want to say and thinking to myself i think that was the like sam bradford could come out he didn't coca cola could've come out he didn't and it's just like wherever whatever quarterbacks her elevated to the top of that year's draft they're going to be obviously oversold and over a estimated and blake i remember specifically saying this guy's got the pr stuff down to a t like he's doing uh a lot of sort of documentary type of stuff or he's got cameras following him around he's all you know dressed to the nines he sharp he's not saying a word like of that could even come close to to be considered controversial um i feel like dak prescott kind of an that mode now if you listen to what he says he said everything you want a quarterback of america's team to say even when it's us something as controversial as zico elliott's issue like he was blake had it he had it and all he had to do to follow that up was be above average as a quarterback and he will be one of the stars in this league and it turns out so far he's been so far below average and they don't know what to do with them in here dan graziano on blake bortles his future with the jax wake 'mortals as someone doug world and tom coughlin new there they were not involved in the drafting of blake bortles are they picked up his nineteen milliondollar option for two thousand eighteen minutes only guaranteed against injury so there if as long as he's healthy they're not committed to him beyond this year they need to figure out what they have in him so they can make their longrange decision as the franchise on quarterback in the meantime part of that is figuring out who starts week one and right now it's up in the air.