35 Burst results for "Vince"

AJ Reviews the Clinton 'Suicide' Death List

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:03 min | Last month

AJ Reviews the Clinton 'Suicide' Death List

"I've detailed the Clinton death slash suicide list of people who've been around. Ville and Hillary Clinton. And why don't we just review this? It's been a while, but there was James mcdougall who was Clinton's convicted whitewater partner who died of an apparent heart attack. While in solitary confinement and he was just only a key witness in Ken Starr's investigation, I mean, that could happen. I mean, that could happen. Then there was Mary Mahoney. Who was a former White House? A White House intern. Who's murdered in July of 1970 7 at a Starbucks coffee shop in Georgetown. And the murder happened just after she was to go public with her story of sexual harassment at The White House. Many of you know about Vince foster, the former White House counselor and colleague of Hillary Clinton at Little Rock's rose law firm, he died of a gunshot wound to the head, the back of his head, which is a weird way to kill yourself, but either way they call it a suicide. There was Ron Brown, secretary of commerce, and the former DNC chairman, they say he died by intact and a plane crash, and a pathologist close to the investigation reported that there was a hole in the top of his skull, resembling a gunshot wound. At the time of his death Brown was being investigated, and he spoke publicly of his willingness to cut a deal with prosecutors. Don't do that.

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Kyle Mills on New Vince Flynn/Mitch Rapp Thriller 'Oath of Loyalty'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Kyle Mills on New Vince Flynn/Mitch Rapp Thriller 'Oath of Loyalty'

"Call mills, let's start about with placement. I always talk to my thriller writers about where they begin and where they Uganda and South Africa play big roles here. It's South Africa is familiar to Mitch rap readers. Why you ganda? Why are we in Uganda at the beginning? This is where one of the characters lives. And I like the idea of it because it's really off the map in a sense of if you really wanted to get away from everything and get away from any threats to you. That's a nice place to be because there aren't very many agencies that have a lot of capability there. It's a little more chaotic. The other thing you have to think about now when I'm writing is cameras, you know, it's extremely difficult to operate somewhere like London or Beijing or many countries Saudi Arabia that you're not constantly on camera and being analyzed by AI. Yeah, and what's interesting is when Mitch goes back to his house for the first time, he doesn't even trust his own personal network security, even if it's built into the walls. He has to have a bunco hole. He's got to be able to get away from his own house, even though he's built fortress Mitch rap. But that is, I think, a good caution to everyone. Did you talk to security experts about this? Oh, yeah. Well, the time. Yeah. It's hard to keep up with because the technology just moves among almost monthly. The capabilities of it.

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Kyle Mills Discusses His Newest Thriller "Oath of Loyalty"

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Kyle Mills Discusses His Newest Thriller "Oath of Loyalty"

"You know that Kyle mills has been a guest for many years since he took over the amazing legacy of Vince Flynn. Here's the brand new book oath of loyalty. Kyle mills is back to talk about the loyalty. Good morning Kyle, how are you? I'm good. Thank you. It is great to talk to you again. This time you're bringing out a Vince Flynn book and a Mitch rap book in the middle of the election season. So we have to do one segment on the air and not our normal two, but we'll sell this book anyway. It doesn't need much help. I want for people who are new to the show. I just picked up new stations all over the country, especially in Maine and New Hampshire. Would you tell them how you came to become the trustee of the Vince Lin legacy and how oath of loyalty is? I think you're 8 Vince Flynn, Mitch rap book. Am I right? Yeah, it is. It is the ape. Yeah, well, when Vince passed away, the family thought about, you know, whether they wanted the series to continue and whether fans wanted the series to continue. And I think overwhelmingly, people love the character, they loved Vince. And they wanted to see his legacy live on. So they went out and talked to some authors and I had been a big fan of Vince's my entire life and had written a lot of my own books. And I got lucky and ended up with the job. It's

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World-Famous Annie Leibovitz Can't Photograph People of Color

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:31 min | 3 months ago

World-Famous Annie Leibovitz Can't Photograph People of Color

"You guys know who any leave events is. A tremendous photographer. And her portraits of Supreme Court Justice ketanji Brown Jackson have received some mixed reactions online. Let's just put it that way. Some people, some of the tractors are now accusing leave of this. Who's the best of the best? They're accusing her of not knowing you ready? How to take pictures of black women, I mean, I don't even know where to go. This is so insane. Leave the Vince has been doing this a whole life. She's 72 years old. And last week, she tweeted two shots that she stamped of the newest member of the high court's liberal bloc, posing at the Lincoln Memorial for a Vogue magazine photo shoot. And a lot of reactions to the pictures of the first black woman on the Supreme Court were very positive. A lot of people like them. But of course, there's that vocal faction of requires who claim that Annie didn't use proper lighting. Suddenly they're the experts and she's not.

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"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"If you want to call him that, but there's going to be a lot of cons as well. No pun intended. It'd be interesting to see in the long run. How Vince not being there really affects that company because nothing is too. Vince has power over everybody with his Jedi mind trick and aura. Not sure hunter is the same. He wants to have it. He does have it to an extent, but Vince is different level. I mean, you look, you know that, that dynamic better than almost anyone, because you know, worked with both of those guys. So there's that. The other thing, too, with Vince, obviously, is Vince has been in this business since 1969. Learn from his father. And while the world has changed and the business has changed, the fact is, you know, you can do this with yourself when you come up with ideas. Sometimes, you know, like, let's say you have an idea for yourself and you kind of like you have your experience from your childhood watching wrestling and Winnipeg and all that. And you kind of go like, okay, I remember when I was a kid or even when I was an adult in the 90s or whatever, and they did this. Or maybe even they did this in Japan or maybe they did it in Mexico. And this is like, I can incorporate all this. That experience that Vince has is more than all of us. It's more than everyone. I mean, they have to a degree, but he would know from, you know, like just all kinds of little things that you learn, and yeah, like they're these proteges, but he would know so many tricks where you talk about. You talk about the moving of the bottle and it's like those little things in an angle, there's little things in a shot or a crowd shot or positioning yourself here and all that that he would just know because he knows and they have to learn. So I mean, there are little things like that where, yeah, you know, that's an interesting one. And then, you know, I mean, the other thing too is like we talked about before. There is going to come that day where there's some big deal. And they got to choose something beyond Nick says, a, and Stephanie says, B it's going to happen. They're not going to agree on everything. And how that settled is going to be a very interesting thing, and also maybe Stephanie's ultimate goal was wrestling and Paul's ultimate goals wrestling. I don't know if Nick's ultimate goal is wrestling. You know what I mean? It's like it's a great stop, but I don't know that he envisioned himself being in this business for 40 more years. And maybe he does. I don't know him well enough to know that, you know, but with Paul, you know, I think that he just wants to be in wrestling and he wants to recruit, and he wants to build this company. And that is that's his final destination. I don't think Paul wants to be a movie star anymore. So these are all new, it's all new dynamics that are going to have to wash out. It's a whole new world. It's amazing. Last question for you, Dave. What does Vince do now? He doesn't see what the type is going to start planting a garden or live on the beach. Shrimp shrimp fishing or something. What's he going to do? You know, that's a real interesting one. Maybe he can flip the switch and just go. You know, I'm so rich. That I don't care, and I can do whatever I want. I'm just going to go to Europe on Wednesday and rest and I'm going to just lift weights all day, you know, and all this. I don't know. But for him, it's the culture shock of all cultures. You spend your entire life pretty much 24 hours a day rarely sleeping. Except for his gym time, you know, it's all devoted to this goal of creative creating wrestling and running this company. And now you're devoting zero hours pretty much to it. What do you do the rest of your time and man, I don't know. I don't know. But it's like, he'll have to learn to live with that. I wish I had his money because I would be so happy that he told me, if I had that money, I'd be, you know, I'd be fine. It's interesting too. The Vince is such a passionate thriving guy who loves the art of the confrontation and the creativity is very strange just to think he's just been able to shut it off, especially when you know and I know that it wasn't done by design. He was forced to do it. And I'm just wondering, Matt is he going to wither and shrivel away? Or is he going to come back? Maybe him and Shane will start up soon some new company of something, some entertainment company. I mean, he still has his name value pretty much as Vince McMahon. Yeah, it's going to be tough because of how he went out, I don't know. I don't know. I mean, you know, I think if that XFL had taken off, he could have at least, but he probably would have had, well, you know what, that's a funny one because the SSO is a separate company. But it's water under the bridge. It doesn't matter. The XFL, he folded the XFL. I think if he hadn't folded the XFL, maybe he would just devote a 100% of his time to football because he didn't, there's no misrepresentation funds there. But maybe he would have to leave there too just because of the name. I don't know. But I know some people have talked about the idea that like, you know, have a non compete. We start up something, but I don't, I don't see him. Plus, it's like, I don't see it possible. And the other one is, I guess Tony proved that it's possible, but man going up against WWE. And AEW now at the same time and trying to start something even if you're Vince McMahon. And then having to get new TV deals and not having all those guys under contract. But I don't expect, I don't expect him in wrestling and I don't expect him in a major company thing in entertainment either. I think that he's out. But time, time will tell. Well, Vince, if you're listening, you have an open invite to join the Jericho appreciation society. Dave, great talking to you as always, man. And it'll be very interesting to see what happens over the next year or so. And I'm sure we'll have lots more to talk about for the next time we do this. Oh yeah, we're going to definitely have a lot to talk about over the next two years. That's for sure. Thanks, man. Always great talking to you. Okay, bye.

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"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And I don't know if it helped live attendance, but live attendance is up and ratings are up in WWE and things are hotter. I mean, this last, it's really been the last couple of months. Right. They had good luck coming off the pandemic, but that's with John Cena everywhere. And then when John Cena left, it went to, you know, I mean, normal levels, which are good, but it really shot up in the last, you know, before this, so it's like I've been noticing, okay, there's something that's happening there that's a positive. They are growing, which they haven't really grown in popularity in a long time. And was the official explanation that Vince retired or was it that he resigned? Like, what's the rest of the behind the scenes at? Okay, so the corporate things filed with this SEC is that he resigned. The company says resigned retired. It's all the same thing. I don't know if it is, but that's how it was explained to me as like, I asked like, what's the difference? It's the same thing. But the official word is resigned. Retired was the word he used in Twitter. And it's Stephanie used on television. So I mean, and once again, because we're in wrestling, it's maybe harder for us to let it go. Whereas in the real world, it might be like, dude, this is it. Is there any chance possibility that Vince could still have some sort of influence, but from afar? Of course. Yeah. Because I mean, Stephanie and it's Paul, you know what I mean? It's people he's going to deal with all the time. And he's going to say, hey, you should do this. You should do that. And maybe, you know, somebody said it's going to be really interesting when he goes to Stephanie and go, hey, you should do this. And what if she says no. But will she say no? I mean, it's like her dad's your hero. And her dad, her dad created that whole world. And if he has advice, you're going to listen, you know, you've talked to him when you're not an employee, and he'll say something. And you'll, you know, because of your respect for Vince, you know, having been in the business for so long and been so successful. You're not going to like, you may not agree with it, but you don't dismiss it out of hand and you do listen to it, and maybe you just go, hey, you know, he's probably right. And maybe I can do this or something. So I'm sure that he's going to watch the TV. I don't believe for a second he's not watching the TV. And I'm sure he's going to pass stuff along. And so yes, I do believe he will still have influence in that way.

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"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And you know how much money there is when it comes to that type of, you know, the number one position on cable television. And I just thought there's got to be so much money to back this guy and he was gone and he's never come back and he was, you know, so that's when it really hit me that like if this stuff comes out, you know, no matter how big you are, RV Weinstein or whoever, you know, it's like, you know, if it's public, you know, no matter what your power is, your vulnerable to it, as you should be. I mean, if you, if you use your power on women, in this day and age, I mean, you know, it happened in the past and all that, but that's so many horrible things that happen in this world in the past. And it's a good thing that those things are no longer acceptable. I mean, it's a sign of progress. And you're mentioning now because sometimes that was very interesting that you pointed out when Vince finally sent out this random tweet that at 77 it's time for me to retire. It was after 5 o'clock on a Friday, which means that the stock market closed 4 o'clock. 5 minutes earlier. 5 minutes early. Right, it just closed. And so the timing of that was perfect. You know, they wanted it on a Friday so that the market wouldn't they thought it would, you know, events was gone that maybe it would crash because when George barrios and Michelle Wilson both got fired by Vince, the stock went way, way down and Vince is obviously far more powerful and far more influential. But the funny part is the opposite happened because all of a sudden everybody was going like, with Vince gone, they can sell this company now. Vince might have held up a sale. And so the stocks are going to be working more because now people who know that they can buy the company. So it hasn't hurt the stock. I mean, that was the first thing I thought was, okay, now Vince being gone, now the stock's really going to be in trouble. And then it went way up and people were going like, hey, you know, and it actually the stuff about the sale had actually kind of started brewing in Wall Street before Vince was gone. You started hearing rumblings that people just expected like it was more likely to happen. And then as soon as it's been sold, it's like, okay, now there's all these stories going out of who's best to buy the company. And you know, with the sales been talked about since 2016. For sure. But, you know, now it's like, you know, it's closer to reality and I think the stock market reflected that. Okay, listen, we know Vince. And I guarantee he had never once ever even said the word retire. So for him to leave under the auspices of retiring, it's just not in that guy's DNA. What happened that week that day that made him do that so quickly? Is there something else coming out? I don't know of anything. I mean, there's people who are working on stories that I'm aware of, perhaps, you know, the board got something in the investigation or perhaps it was just that second story where, but I mean, you know, he was still in creative for a couple weeks after that second story and that one didn't seem to hurt that much. But obviously there was something huge and I'm sure it was not a voluntary decision, but it was one of those things where you are now in a position where you're going to hurt the company. And I do believe that if Vince McMahon thought that he was going to hurt the company by staying that he would leave. I think that's the one thing he would do. He's not going to take his legacy down. I mean, the WWE is his life legacy. He's going to be there long after he's gone. And I don't think he wants to be the one to take it down. I think he wants it to live forever. But, you know, like that one question that you're asking is still the big one unanswered question. Who said what to Vince? Right. Who said you got to go Vince, you really got to go. And I don't know who that is. And I don't know what the thing was, whether it was the, you know, the $7.5 million settlement or whether it's something new or just the idea that these stories are going to keep coming and keep coming and you're going to have to leave anyway. So this may be the time to leave. That's the thing. I think you had a great point of because there was some times where I would see some of the booking decisions that Vince was doing over the last couple of years and going, is he trying to be a doctor Frankenstein and, you know, this is my creation. If I can't, you know, own it, I'm going to kill it, but that's Vince would never do that either, you know? No, no, no. Look, you know, we always watch the shows and there's things that I look at and go, oh, God, you know? Nobody's a 100%. Yeah, what's he doing? But you know, I mean, the one thing is just like, you know, they were losing popularity. And that's one of the reasons that AEW was able to get where you got so quick. But in the last year, and especially not even I wouldn't even say the last year, the last few months, but even before the vin scandal. I mean, the Vince scandal definitely helped the ratings.

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"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:05 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Let's move on to the second important now because the first one we mentioned earlier and it comes out Vince steps down figuratively, but he's still on TV, tells everyone he's not going anywhere. What happened in that second report to make things where he was not as flippant about it anymore. So they had four allegations and a total of 12 million in payments, including a $7.5 million payment to a female restaurant which was interesting because the basic story of her is that she was in the company and the claim was that Vince coerced her into oral sex and then when she broke up whatever it was, she was demoted and then when her contract expired, she was let go. So she was never fired. And this was like 2005, 2006 when this was going on. And there's people who could sleuth and look at the people who were fired and kind of come down with, you know, there's maybe one person or a couple people that fit that bill. And then in 2018, the same person got the settlement. So she was quiet for a dozen years, didn't say anything. And then she got a settlement, but not just a settlement like 7.5 million. And there were a couple of other $1 million settlements. There was a $1 million settlement for an NDA on another woman having to do with John Warren itis. So that was the one where John was sealed if he wasn't sealed the first time. Like I knew, John laurinaitis is not a guy who's going to have two allegations against him publicly and be saved. Right. Vince McMahon, on the other hand, you know, all bets are off who knows. But the second one, because there were so many and it would total 12 million. And the fact that the company didn't know and didn't list it, you know, as far as there are publicly traded company, that was the SEC violations. And that's another thing. The SEC is doing investigation. There's a federal probe and all these things are going on on Vince. And so because of those things, it looks like that's why he had to step down. I mean, certainly temporarily, but it looks like it's, I mean, just because of everything I think it's got to be permanent, but the question is, he's still the number one stockholder. He is off. He did also leave the board of directors, which I think he had to. So he's got no title in the company he's gone from the company he created and Stephanie did the thing on television basically saying he's retired and thank you, Vince. And that's it. They never mention his name again. There's little hints here and there where they kind of say things are new. But yeah, his name hasn't been mentioned since the Stephanie thing. So going back to and once again, you can sleuth if you want to figure out who it might be or what the candidates are, but I don't want to talk about that. What I want to talk about is, why would the settlement be so big? Like you said 7 and a half $1 million. That's huge. That's huge. Yeah, but it might be because that's the one that really could have brought him down in 2018. In 2018, you know, Vince is way invincible. And then all of a sudden, somebody comes up with, you know, whether true or not, or she perceives it this way. And you know, people can perceive things different and go like, you know, you coerced me into sex and then you let me go and if I go public, it's kind of like that one would be a face and it would be someone who people would know from television. Right. Said, you know, and you know, most likely, the woman's probably not that this matters, but that diva era. So if someone who, you know, you look at and people will go, oh my God, you know, it's like, you know, she's hot, right? Right. So that kind of looks bad. You know, not to mention Vince being married, although I don't think, you know, it's funny because I don't think that the fact Vince was married has ever played in any of this because people completely accept that part. And that's the funny part too, and just to clarify what you're saying, the diva era that was diva search, where we're finding lingerie models and Playboy models and bringing them into wrestling. So by design, they were there to be there because they were because they were gorgeous women. But yeah, yeah, I don't think that that made the difference as much as just a face coming out and saying this. And then the public kind of like, you know, I mean, I guess the public is going to believe what they want to believe. But something else that it's really interesting to me, like you said, Vince in 18 being invincible, and now leaving so quickly, it really is kind of you think maybe because the whole me too era happened that that made it even worse for him. Absolutely. And also, you know, look at, I mean, much bigger fish than Vince have been, you know, have had to leave companies. Because when the thing first, when the second story came, that's when people were going to me and I was even going like, you know, I mean, there are people, you know, like Vince is so powerful in wrestling, but in the real world, there were people a lot more powerful than him that are gone from their companies and I mean, the one that surprised me in a sense, and he had to go, but I mean, I remember Bill O'Reilly on Fox News, and he was the king of cable news. This was like, this is a guy who's one man ratings juggernaut.

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More on the Legacy of Vin Skully

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | 4 months ago

More on the Legacy of Vin Skully

"But until then I want to play a Montage that continues to speak of the legacy of Vince Scully. Hi everybody in a very pleasant opening day. It's goosebump time. Here in Dodger Stadium. Vin Scully was the greatest broadcaster in baseball that there ever was. Maybe the greatest sports broadcaster. There ever was. One strike away. Sandy into his wind up. I've been around a lot of professional athletes and a lot of broadcasters over the years. One guy who I was in awe of has Vince Scully. In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened. There was just something to the tone of Vince voice. That, you know, it was exciting. Behind the back. Here comes 9 in the match winning. Exciting and yet soothing. Perhaps the most beautiful and dramatic moment in the history of sports. Let there be a prayer for every life. And wherever you are, maybe you in silent tribute to camp and I can also say a prayer for his well-being.

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Vin Scully's Voice Will Live On

The Officer Tatum Show

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Vin Scully's Voice Will Live On

"I want to speak about a man who just in a short period of time that I've been researching him is, in my opinion, one of the greatest voices of sports entertainment, one of the great, greatest voices, period. Someone who has a parent integrity, people love him. I can tell you what, when I was growing up, I didn't hear about him because I never watched baseball, but listening to Larry elder and people on the staff who are from Los Angeles, they tell me that Vince Scully was such an incredible man and has an incredible legacy and for those of you who may not know Vince Scully Vin Scully passed away, I believe he passed away last night. And I'm going to read a little bit of information about him and it's just that he was a Hall of Fame broadcaster. Whose voice provided the soundtrack to the summer while entertained, entertaining and informing Dodger fans and in Brooklyn in Los Angeles for 67 years. And he says he died Tuesday night as the team said, he passed away at the age of 94. So I want to play a couple clips just in memorial of Vince Scully and just to show my respect to him and a lot of my listeners that live in California that probably are familiar with him. Also, all around the country, I want to show my respect. So we'll play a couple clips from Vince Scully so you can get the normal little better if you don't already know. Wrote a clip. The only thing that helps me go in 67 years, as I said last night, is the grace of God. Let's face it. And that's out of my hand. The lord has blessed me. He gave me this job at such a youthful age, and allowed me to live and do it 67 years. What am I going to say? Darn it, why didn't I get number 68 or anything like that? No. I am totally at ease, I am so thankful, grateful. I've enjoyed every minute of it, believe me. Every minute.

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"vince" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Today, Explained

"In this country. What has happened to Vince McMahon? Is he still in charge at WWE? It's unclear right now. This is a classic wrestling situation where the reality is so hard to parse because there are so many layers of ambiguity. When The Wall Street Journal allegations came out, the announcement was Vince McMahon will be stepping back, not stepping down, but stepping back as chairman and CEO and his daughter, Stephanie, was made the quote unquote interim chairman and CEO, interim between what, between Vince coming back, who knows. And Vince, even in the official announcement about how he's stepping back as chairman and CEO. They're like, they said, he'll retain control over creative. And like I said, creative is basically what he spent most of his time on anyway, so it's unclear how much power he actually gave up. And more importantly, more importantly than that, he appeared. So the show starts, right? And no one knows what's going to happen. But what happens is the show starts. And his music hits.

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"vince" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:42 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Support for the program as you heard earlier comes from a podcast called are you sleeping to be quite honest? This morning when I was doing my whole slowly waking up thing, I could just hear this like what sounded like in the distance to someone like clipping their toenails, but it was bigger than that because I could hear it from my bedroom. It was almost like God was clipping her toenails outside or something. You know, I could not figure out what it was and it was preventing me from sleeping and it was annoying and I wondered if it was something sort of liminal, I don't know that I wasn't hearing, was it a hallucination? I have no idea. The point of the story is all sorts of things get in the way of our sleep, but our sleep is super important on a future episode of are you sleeping? You will meet Olympic bobsledder Lauren Gibbs. She's had some trouble sleeping and it's super important for her because hello, athlete, Olympic athlete in LS, check out are you sleeping? Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Are you sleeping? Listen. I enjoy destroying lives. Today explained we're back with Abe reisman, Abe is a journalist and author of the forthcoming book ringmaster. Vince McMahon and the unmaking of America. So Abe, as you've described it, McMahon builds this world of hyper masculinity, women get almost no respect, but he's playing a character or so millions of people assume. And then you start looking into an allegation from 1984. What happened? Rita chatterton became the first female referee in the WWF. In 1984. Referees have a weird job in wrestling because it's not actually a legitimate athletic competition. So what's the referee doing there? Well, the referee is part of the story. What is her affiliation here with Alex no. Well, there it is. Wait a minute. This was a sucker job the whole way. What she's got teddy long turned the wrong way. Don't blame teddy long ladies and gentlemen. Look at this face first goes delo. The referee is the person who slaps the map three times for a three count when somebody pins or accepts the submission when somebody's in a submission hold. All of this stuff that's sort of key to the illusion of the match. And Rita trained to be a referee. So Rita started doing shows for the WWF that were assigned to her by the New York State Athletic Commission. And she pretty quickly gets a big bump up to being a referee at a match at Madison Square Garden. And the reason was, at the time, Vince was executing this storyline in the WWF that was ostensibly pro women's live. You better watch out because these are powerful words because this is a powerful woman and I'm a powerful manager now because you'll recall this where you have Cindy lauper getting involved as a manager for Wendy Richter. Cindy lauper, tell me about this lady to your immediate left. She's the chance. She's strong. She has new ideas. New purpose and new meaning. And she's gonna give a joke to women wrestling like never before. That's right. Rita gets this call from Vince McMahon in 1984 saying, hey, we want you to do a bunch of stuff for us because that's what they were highlighting was, you know, they wouldn't have used the word progressive, but you know, we're a company that cares about women. And long story short, Rita worked as a referee for the WWF for a couple of years. And then in 1986, she went to a TV taping, a series of matches in Poughkeepsie, New York to go get an audience with Vince, not even to referee, but to get an audience with Vince and ask, she could get more work. Vince's driver got out and opened the door, and I thought Vince was going to get out. But instead, Vince said demeanor read a come in here. He says, we'll just sit and talk here. I didn't think much of it. I got in the limo with him. Then started talking about magazines. Next thing I know Vince McMahon is unzipping his pants. And according to her that night, Vince raped her in his limo. When I couldn't complete his desires, he got really angry, started ripping off my jeans. Pulled me on top of him and told me, again, if I wanted to have a $1 million a year contract, I had to satisfy him. And if I didn't satisfy him, I was blackballed. That was it. I was done. Afterward, according to Rita, she contacted a lawyer. The lawyer told her because she had showered and not called the cops immediately. It was going to be a really hard case because Vince was very powerful and wealthy and she wasn't. So she didn't say anything. And then shortly after her father died, she gets a call from Geraldo Rivera's team. And sure enough, she appears on now it can be told and the Geraldo Rivera show to lodge this accusation. The very first time I met Vince, I was told that if I had any sexual relationships with anyone in the federation. I was done. My career was done. When Vince was said and done, Vince looked at me and said, do you remember what I told you about having sexual relationships with anyone? Well, you just did. And he just sat back and had this big smile and this big grin and she started laughing at me. What's odd is the story just sort of went away. It was something that people in wrestling sometimes knew about, but wrestling forgets its history very easily readily and often. At the time, did Vince McMahon have to answer, he did. And he answered by suing her and Geraldo and her I'll just produce her. And that scared her into silence to a certain extent. It was a lawsuit that scared her, and she basically disappeared for 30 years. And that was about as far as it got for a long time. One of the reasons Vince was able to beat these accusations for the most part, or at least have them kind of roll off his back, was especially as time went on. Vince started to portray himself as a heel. By the late 90s, he's appearing as the character, mister McMahon. What else is going to happen here? What is this? That's fishman. And mystery fans hold deal is that he's the ultimate heel. He's just a terrible person who will do nothing. We'll stop at nothing in his pursuit of power and victory. And that really works for Vince. And then in June of this year, The Wall Street Journal reports a big story about McMahon and it's kind of a bombshell. A paralegal who'd worked for the WWE, a friend of hers reached out to the WWE board and said, my friend had this sexual relationship with Vince, and he paid her to shut up about it. Out of his own money, I should say. According to the article, this was not the only hush money payment. The idea is there may be a long history of women being paid off not to talk. And we don't know what those situations are. Women are paid off not to talk for a wide array of reasons

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"vince" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Today explained I'm Noel king, and once upon a time, the early 1990s, I was a rabid fan of world wrestling entertainment. I loved a clothesline. I loved a pile driver. I loved rowdy Roddy Piper. Avery Smith was also a fan. Abe is a journalist and author of the forthcoming book ringmaster. Vince McMahon and the unmaking of America. Abe, who is Vince McMahon. Vince McMahon is the longtime owner and the overlord of world wrestling entertainment or what was once known as that. Now it's just WWE. You and God. Versus me. Vincent Kennedy McMahon and the product of my semen. It's my son's day. The short version is he's the guy who runs more wrestling and has run more wrestling in America than anyone else. I've gotten appetite for life and a lot more, more, more. So WWE is a massive corporation to $1 billion corporation that is not just about wrestling. It's a multimedia empire. They create content for a wide array of mediums and audiences. Welcome to McMahon's $1 million mania. Vince McMahon is very powerful, man. And that's often underestimated because wrestling isn't taken seriously. When did Vince McMahon become the chairman and CEO of WWE? You know, the title sort of changed somewhat arbitrarily, but it's almost like the titles don't matter nearly as much as the fact that just everyone knows Vince is in control. And he has been since 82 83 when he started taking over from his father, specifically the thing he spends his most time on is creative. The actual stuff that gets performed. Now a lot of CEOs or majority shareholders, whatever, would sort of stay out of the specifics. Bob chapek at Disney doesn't get to in the weeds with approving every single line in every single marvel movie script. But that's what Vince does with his own product. The hype leading up to the match is very carefully choreographed. Vince McMahon literally looks upon that hype the same way the producer of dynasty or Dallas looks at his screenplay. He retains an enormous amount of micromanaged control over what goes on in his programming. He's the promoter. That's the term from wrestling is promoter, the person who owns the promotion, the organization, where the wrestling happens. And that's unambiguously been Vince since the early 80s. And the rustling business, it's two or more individuals going out to the ring, rustling, having a little bit of applause or what have you from the audience in it's time to go home until the next match. That's not really what we do. We're in the sports entertainment business in the area is a huge philosophical difference. I wonder if this was a succession type situation. Was it always guaranteed that this was going to be the family business? Well, it was not guaranteed that Vince was going to inherit the family business for sure. Because he didn't. He had to buy it from his father. My dad was talking about selling out and that frightened me. So I knew there was just some way I had to get my hands on this company. He did a series of what are called balloon payments. Over the course of four quarters between 82 and 83, June 82 to June 83, he had to pay about a $1 million to his father and his father's co owners of what was then the capitol wrestling corporation. Vince senior had a lot of difficulties with Vince junior for lack of a better term. They had a lot of differences both in personality and business approach and Vince always says I knew my dad wouldn't really sold me the business had he known what I was going to do. Aha. What was he going to do? What was the big change? Vince's plan and he executed it was to take over wrestling. Vince McMahon, working with his wife Linda, begins building a national and international brand for wrestling. In the process, he will nearly decimate the existing wrestling establishment in a controversial offensive worthy of the military commander. At the time, wrestling was a regional art form. You would go to wrestling in your hometown and the wrestling there would be run by a promoter who only operated in that region. And Vince's goal was to sort of smash up the smoke filled room of old wrestling and take over. Now, there was going to be an earthquake in wrestling already was anyway with the advent of cable television, so something would have happened to break up the territory system anyway. But the fact is Vince was the one who was able to capitalize on it. Vince was the one who had a vision of taking this existing system and replacing it with his own. And for the most part, he did. It took a while to get to near monopoly status. And in 2001, he had no more major competitors. His vision came true.

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Sweltering heat strikes US East Coast, Deep South

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Sweltering heat strikes US East Coast, Deep South

"Sweltering heat strikes the east coast I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Dangerously high temperatures are threatening much of the northeast and Deep South as millions of Americans seek comfort from air conditioners fire hydrants fountains and cooling centers meteorologist Tony Picasso with the national weather service says hot temperatures will continue for at least several more days It looks like the hottest day will be on Sunday where we could see some widespread records or approaching records with temperatures in the middle and upper 90s and even near 100° especially between Philadelphia and New York City Brooklyn resident Vince butler says he doesn't even have air conditioning You got to take at least two three showers Officials urge people to seek shelter drink lots of water and be good samaritans by checking on elderly neighbors for signs of distress I'm Lisa

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"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

04:37 min | 5 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"The plays he was most proud of or stood out most to him in his time with the Patriots. There was something like that. And yeah, it's kind of like that first play we looked at. It's not just that he pushed him back on skates, which is impressive enough. It's not a coverage. It's not a coverage play. Gets him right back there. I mean, it's a fast rush. He gets on him. Like you'd see a speed rusher coming off the edge, same amount of time. Yeah, and again, here you see the back coming out of the backfield on durad Mayo there underneath it's got a step on Mayo. If Flacco's got a second, right? That's probably where the ball goes here. If Flacco has a second to do something with it, but it just doesn't. Here's another play that Vince pointed out. In that sequence, right? Just two gapping coming off the blocker. Not a tackle for loss or anything like that, but another 5 technique like here he is playing end again, right? You know, he's out here three, four and coming out just hold up the point of attack, the full back even tries to get him out of the way a little bit. He just immovable object. But I want to get to the screen. So sorry that the video quality is not great on these unipolar these old clips off of YouTube and stuff like that. It sucks that these are old. I feel like this wasn't that long ago. Yeah, it was a long time ago now. I don't think there's anybody that anticipated screens better than Vince. And this is one of his highlights, right? You have this little tunnel screen, and he just absolutely lights up the receiver, his ability to read screen and anticipate screen and how quickly he can react to it was insane. I mean, this is just such good block recognition. It must have been something that he saw with the footwork with his eyes or maybe he's looking through to the quarterback and seeing the quarterbacks kind of cadence, but I mean, how do you read this any better than this? You don't. And then obviously the hit is a top three Vince wilfork play. I think everybody thinks of the technique too. Again, for a defensive tackle to have that technique on a receiver in the field of play. That's not something he probably practiced much, but yeah, you'll see it right here. You see the quick recognition he pulls off the block comes across..

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"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Line. Inside of the outside linebackers, Patrick Chung the safety. Yeah, right? And it almost to me kind of throws everything up. Again, it's third down for the game. There's three minutes to go here, all of that. You have your nose tackle on the field. You have your safety up in the box. They could just do so, I'm just this whole defense was so flexible, but yeah, you watch Vince kind of win on the inside and it's kind of like that one earlier where, well, how do you block him here? Because normally, in this situation, the center is going to just be able to take the nose tackle out. And it looks like they try to pull somebody here and I think that that's where it missed. Patrick Chung is the polar is pulling the Patrick Chung. And the idea is to just basically pin Vince wilfork down with the guard and kind of just wash the whole play down and then fold it over, right? And pull the guard through. But the problem is is that Vince, you know, he's not a normal nose tackle. This get off here is so quick that the guard and that little bit of hesitation. I think what really throws it off here is Anderson lining up here in the B gap, he doesn't want to just let him go, right? And so he's got a little bit of hesitation there. And just that moment lapse of hesitation that allows Vincent just shoot this gap right through. If this play gets gets off, like if Vince gets washed down, they got this blocked, right? You know, the tight ends coming out, ninkovich, the guard's going to pull through and hit 25 here, Patrick Chung. There's nobody in the middle of the field there. They're going to go. It's just around. The other thing I'll say here and this is, again, what separates Vince, sometimes those big guys, we see this..

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"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Great, it's just a great play. And Chandler Jones too, shout out to him here, double block, still holding the edge, not giving the, I think that's Ricky Williams, right? Yeah, it is. Not giving Ricky Williams anywhere else to go. And you're not going around. You're just not. All time Ricky Williams. That's Mark and Anderson, by the way. Because Chandler Jones is a draft of the next year, you're right. Yeah, yeah. Chandler Jones 95. All right, so I love this play because this is another pass rush rep here on third and 15. Third and 15, and he's on the field, right? Like that to begin with is just ridiculous. But what I love so much about this rep Alex is the hand usage, a little arm over move from Vince wilfork. This isn't just straight bull rush. Like we saw the bull rush earlier. This is a little bit more nuanced, a little bit more pizzazz, see that arm over move, and then he just swallows Joe Flacco. This was the one sack he had on the game, and there's Julian Edelman playing corner again, by the way, in the slide. But I love the little pull forward arm over move kind of like a snatch move there and he has the arm over finisher. This is a little bit of nuance from big Vince. You're not just walking somebody back into the pocket. You're getting around the blocker here. Well, I would say, let's just look and you kind of touched on it before. But let's look at this big picture. What this is. Third 15 in the first quarter backed up inside the opponent's red zone. It's a three man rush in the nose tackle gets a sack. Yeah. You just don't see that. That doesn't make sense, right? Yeah. Right. Yeah, they only rush three here. And that's a pretty, all things considered I would call that a pretty conservative rush pad. I'm like, they're not, I don't think they stunted or anything. Did they? Everybody just kind of moved. Yeah. Right? And they have two, three guys to block them if they want. He blows right by, was it Matt Burke? I think, was their center that year? Yeah. Yeah. Again, there's another good offensive line. And I think that was he ever in all pro, yeah, he was. Once. And yeah, Vince gets right by him three man rush he knows tackle gets a sack on third and 15. That's different. Not every team can do that. It allows you to do a lot of things different defensively when you have a guy in the middle who can do what Vince is doing right here. Yeah, the first, that first contact, you can see that right arm kind of get in under Burke there..

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"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Just use our promo code, see 50 to get that bonus and get into the action. Bet online, where the game starts. But yeah, no, I mean, you see it right there where Joe Flacco, I mean, he doesn't really have time to get reset in the pocket. Vince is not just that he puts the guard on skates. Watch how fast he gets him back there. Yeah. Right, well, Joe Flacco makes his initial read and then boom. You know his offensive guards already in his lap and he has to readjust in the whole play breaks down from there. Yeah. You know, that's not something I wouldn't call it a coverage tack, right? That normally when the big guys are involved like that, it's a coverage play. There's a guy open right there at about on the 40 yard marker you see on the right side. It's covered too. And if he's able to reset here and get to the backside of this read, he's got that open guy on that hook route in between the two zone defenders, but events just doesn't let it happen, right?.

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"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"vince" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"You can see his little his handle there at the bottom. One of the better Twitter follows for patriots fans looking for patriots. Let's just make sure. Let's give him credit. Let's make sure that that's what his current Bill is. Yeah, it is. Let's get shut down by Twitter a lot. We can go make sure and give him credit, but he was the one that put up this sequence of plays from the 2011 AFC championship game here between the ravens and the Patriots, which was easily one of Vince wilfork's best games in a patriot uniform. I think one of the things that stood out just going through the tape of Vince and pulling some of these highlights that we're going to go over here was what he talked about when we spoke to him following the induction or the news when it broke that the Patriots are going to induct him into the Patriots Hall of Fame. And that was his versatility. Like he lines up everywhere in this game, right? Like it's not just on the nose. It's not just over the center. He's playing 5 technique. He's playing the shade. He's playing the nose. He's playing just about everywhere on this defensive line. Excuse me, the pass rush ability really stands out and then towards the end, easily one of the best at anticipating quick throws or screens out of a defensive lineman, especially nose tackle that I've ever seen. We'll see the interception against the Chargers. I went back and watched that. That's not even a screen. That's just like a flare into the flag. No, yeah, he just read it. Yeah, that he just reads just a fantastic all around force in the way that he plays. This one here, though, we're going to start with a third down play. Having a 300 and sometimes listed three 25, I think he was closer to 400 pounds, honestly, at times when he played. Let's call him three 75. But having a 375 pound defensive tackle that can stay on the field in all situations and on third dad and rush the passer in this shotgun formation against Baltimore, it's pretty rare, right? And I think that a lot of people forget just how much juice Vince had. Mostly as a bull rusher pocket pusher, but he certainly could bring it in the pass.

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Hurricanes win Game 5, push Rangers to brink of elimination

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Hurricanes win Game 5, push Rangers to brink of elimination

"The hurricane zone of three two lead in their second round series following a three one victory over the rangers The Keynes won with special teams as Vince and trocheck scored a shorthanded goal and te V Tara vine and added a rare power play goal for Carolina which has struggled with a man advantage this postseason It's big for us specialty and for big this time of year And that would just kind of talk about your last game I'm just reset and start over Andre swear also scored Beating Igor shishkin with a back hander on a breakaway midway through the third period The hurricanes outshot the rangers 34 17 It starts and stopped 31 shots for the rangers Who host game 6 on Saturday I'm Dave

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Marchand, Swayman give Bruins 4-2 win, Canes lead series 2-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Marchand, Swayman give Bruins 4-2 win, Canes lead series 2-1

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Jeff Zucker's Inspiration for CNN Rebrand Was Vince McMahon's WWE

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Jeff Zucker's Inspiration for CNN Rebrand Was Vince McMahon's WWE

"The most trusted name in news this is CNN right This was what they sold to the American people It was the maybe you didn't go there every night But if it was a breaking story breaking news a big event first place you went with Sienna In 2012 right before Joshua got there The lineup was Wolf Blitzer Aaron Burnett John King Anderson Cooper Piers Morgan Remember that That long ago Less than ten years ago If there was a storm if there was a fire if there was a riot if there was an earthquake if there was a plane crash if there was some military development in the war on terror CNN would be the channel People would turn to Then Zucker comes along He has a bright idea Hey let's not really focus on news so much He went back in red articles about you know oh what's Jessica's plan for CNN Article in the Atlantic said he wanted to he wanted the news network to have an attitude and a take That's what he said In fact he likened it to Vince McMahon's approach To professional wrestling WWE Here's what the Atlanta I'll read about the Atlantic said Zucker outlined his new mission to capital news New York's Mike Allen and Alex werbin says he wants CN to become a news network with an attitude to take much like how Vince McMahon changed the then World Wrestling Federation in the mid 90s with racier reality driven storylines The attitude era Zucker plans to do something similar with cable news He wanted to do something similar with cable news that Vince McMahon did with a fake sport wrestling How did we not see this

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 Drivers playing video games? US is looking into Tesla case

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Drivers playing video games? US is looking into Tesla case

"National national highway highway traffic traffic safety safety administration administration about about the the ability ability to to play play video video games games while while driving driving a a Tesla Tesla Tesla Tesla owner owner Vince Vince Patton Patton in in Oregon Oregon Saul Saul YouTube YouTube video video about about playing playing video video games games on on Tesla's Tesla's big big touch touch screen screen dashboard dashboard I I was was dumbfounded dumbfounded by by that that got got in in his his test test looks looks and and checked checked it it out out skyforce skyforce volatile volatile pia pia and and solitaire solitaire all all seem seem to to be be usable usable while while you're you're driving driving something something does does pop pop up up on on the the screen screen before before you you can can play play use use of of Tessler Tessler cage cage while while the the vehicle vehicle is is in in motion motion is is only only for for passengers passengers please please check check local local laws laws prop prop prior prior

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Why Townhall.com's Kurt Schlichter Decided to Self-Publish His Novels

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Why Townhall.com's Kurt Schlichter Decided to Self-Publish His Novels

"And we are back with none other than town hall don't come, Kurt slater. Kurt explained to us your reason Kurt for self publishing your series of novels. Why self publish? Well, three reasons. The first reason is it's very hard to sell any kind of thick. There's such a glut out there and the publishers just don't want it. My agent can sell a non fiction book in about three ten. That's easy, a fiction book, almost impossible. You basically have to be a map that way or car, I forget his name, or Vince Flynn. Right. The guy who writes Vince Flynn thing. And then you can do it. But otherwise, it's going to be very hard. The second thing is, my stuff is outrageously conservative. It is going to terrify a publishing house. And in fact, the bulwark guys have attacked it as even though I would dare anybody to read any of the 6 books and tell me what color the main character is. Because it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. I don't care. Idris Elba wants to do the movie. Nobody would be happier than me. Or, you know, or anybody. It's so silly to me. The last thing is, if you do it right, you can do very well on self public. And I, you know, I'm all about multiple streams of income. I am a capitalist. I sell these books because they do, in fact, sell. And they've gotten as high as 29 out of all the books on Amazon. For a book I wrote here in

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Back-to-back homers again carry Dodgers past Padres 8-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Back-to-back homers again carry Dodgers past Padres 8-3

"The Dodgers smashed five home runs in an eight to three win over the Padres Mookie Betts and Corey Seager went back to back in the first inning Justin Turner and AJ Pollock back to back in the fourth and Seager went deep again in the seventh LA is hit eleven home runs over its last two games Corey can able got the win in relief now for no Vince Velasquez took the loss of now three and nine LA stays to back of the giants in the NL west race with three games remaining mark Myers Los Angeles

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"vince" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"vince" Discussed on The big d zone

"I enjoy doing these stories about. Vince mcmahon on. You know he's trying to ban me from getting married with one of the divas. I like to thank the genius. True genius zach. And gimme idea for or should i take pitching the idea of the storyline and boy. This is going to be a good one way. Last left our hero. He just along with lawyer. That restraining order to the chairman of the board mincemeat man. How would he fire back. What will he do level. You do what can he do. He can't even get one hundred feet or two hundred feet close to prince. Dj oil champion of the more. We'll go to famous place jail okay. He won't end up in jail. But like i have been saying all my disclaimers. This is natalie chat the four or chapter three part too but this is not real. This is not real is a. I'll say it again until i'm blue to face to all the people that don't like free speech that don't like choices that agree grier tyranny than agree with not having feedoms in a recognizable country house. Aiding in tom blue in the face that this is a story line. It is not real in other words.

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Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars

"Buster Posey had four hits and scored three runs leading the San Francisco Giants to an eighty six win over the San Diego Padres San Francisco jumped out to an early lead in the first inning on Kris Bryant's bases clearing double off Padres starter Vince Velasquez the giants would go on to add two runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh inning building an eight to one lead then held off the Padres comeback attempt to secure their ninety ninth win of the season the giants catcher feels they played well all year as a team I don't think you get to this point this season and have won as many games we have without you know collectively played really well Fernando to teach junior went two for five hitting his National League leading fortieth home run of the season for the Padres with the win the giants increase their National League west lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers to two games Philip gone San Diego

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Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

710 WOR Programming

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

"The tallest man in the U. S. Has died. The family of Igor both go. Vince Key, said He died of heart disease at the age of 38. Seven, FT. Eight Ukrainian man moved to Minnesota in 1989 for medical

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"vince" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"vince" Discussed on The big d zone

"That you try to buy my happiness. My life been gone. says years. say she is. You brought me to amway center and you're telling me you paid my rent for the whole tie year. My idol can't to not allow you. You made my decision so easy. Because fizzy can't do anything about it. Okay and you know. Even though i want my options what was going to be any one of the wwe divas of the fans of the wwe universe or the dealer and the wwe. That are not married. That doesn't have tears does not expecting and not dating. You know i'm joyce and you. You visit kennedy. Demand cannot take that choice away. Oh yes i tand. How'd you take that choice for you anytime that i want to. I got higher and then you did not even say yes yet. Pretty much are so. Don't ask you one last time. J. are foul and china things. Back here wait a minute. It's time to get bianca bianca baylor as our opinion. I think that's what it is. He's trying to. He tried to compel our opinion. Wait a minute. he's gone to he had to my now. You see what's going on here okay. I have a recommendation. What are your thing. What should i choose. What should i say. Should i say. Vince mcmahon friend. A lot of bills on the van. Are this man fall to the lot of them that one in oh vents. You made my life so easy. Been past couple of days i think you for it but then the other part of my life you know you try. All i forgot yard already been disabled. You had delay bogut by kane and the undertaker automobile night. Is you so you have been disabled. You're already had been mentally disabled because you already crazy. Okay so maybe you had been my shoes but you had not been alone. You have linda all of your life. You've been married all your life. And i remember one year one year my wife does. Dawn sushi is but you see that man. You oughta ahead money. I didn't come into money like that. I was struggling just like all the other member of here. The wwe universe who at the struggling fund the pandemic who has been struggling tying just to survive this. But demi why you were sitting pretty in your home in connecticut. Oh stanford connecticut by the way and you want to fred. My happen money. What a job. And you knew that. I loved the podcasting. You knew darlow.

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The Rapid Growth of Cloud Technology Usage in Business

Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

01:31 min | 1 year ago

The Rapid Growth of Cloud Technology Usage in Business

"Being this independent set of eyes and ears for cloud and technology for many. Were coming out of time. Hopefully coming out a time like no other. What are you seeing. Now that you didn't expect to see vince. Yeah i think you're right there about the unprecedented times were in so. I certainly didn't expect that they would be this sort of sixteen montage acceleration event that took place across the globe. But i did believe quite fervently vince that. There's just gotta be a better way to do things right. So i thought that the cloud would become without question the predominant way. The businesses like to use technology in that. That would be something that was going to set in. It just happened so much faster. We've all learned over the past year and a half about this. So the speed at which not only big tech companies Accelerated their cloud development plans. But dan on customer side right. I think businesses in every industry and in every part of the will realize now. If i gotta move as fast as well around me and be nimble and agile adapt and move at the speed of my customers. I have to find a different way to do this. And i think the cloud has fit that bill very nicely. You know i. I am in so much agreement with you here. you know. we've been talking about lisa. I was at microsoft talking about the cloud over ten years ago and we saw we didn't see the acceleration the first several years and it started the last few i call it a ra- more rapid acceleration but it seems like we crossed the chasm very big way over these last sixteen months or so.

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Meditating in the Goldilocks Zone, With Vince Horn

Buddhist Geeks

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Meditating in the Goldilocks Zone, With Vince Horn

"So i think everybody probably heard the goldilocks and the three bears story growing up. I won't repeat the whole tail but the gist of the basic point. I wanna draw out in. The story is the part where goldilocks goes and tries to porridge. And she tries papa. Bear's origins too hot on. She tries the other porridges to cold in. She finds one. That's just right so today we're gonna be talking about. I'm going to be talking about meditation and how to bring the goldilocks principle intimidation. And the goldilocks. Principle is just the right amount. What's that just right amount this needed. And the goldilocks principle. It's interesting. It's applied to multiple domains because in multiple domains. This is an issue funding economy funded and developmental psych In astro biology. There's a notion of the goldilocks zone. And this is how i i heard about it. Actually the idea that there is a sort of habitable zone around a star in that zone That's where the possibility of life emerging Could happen because it's not too hot. Not too cold just the right kind of conditions at least in terms of the relationship to the sun

"vince" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"vince" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"We thank him for all his years of service for the pittsburgh steelers everything that he's brought to the team. There's some great memories. i'm sure we'll talk about those in the coming days and weeks but now we have to look at the pittsburgh steelers from the inside linebacker position moving forward. The steelers did get some good news on wednesday when the team reported training camp devon bush the starter at inside linebacker. His acl tear that he suffered last week. Last season i believe is week four. I could be wrong about that. And i apologize for not having that in front of me. He's fully recovered. According to jerry do lack of the pittsburgh post gazette he's fully recovered and he should be good to go in terms of getting back to practice and not missing any time. That's important on top of that. Now with vince williams gone. You would assume the robbers spelane would fill in Next to devon bush on your basically your every down linebacker and then you would have players like buddy. Johnson news a rookie. You would have ulysses gilbert the third. Maybe even marcus allen being thrown into the mix. The pittsburgh steelers are a team that if there's one position where they actually have some depth i would say is it inside linebacker now. That death does not necessarily equate to experience net. Something that vince williams always brought to the steelers was a wealth of experience considering how much he had to play early in his career so of robert spleen and devin bush can say healthy. I feel like that's your tandem. That's going to be starting a for pretty much most of the time. They're going to be the ones that are out on the football field Unless they get into specific sub packages. One of them comes off. You can debate whether this is better or worse. With or without vince williams. That's fine but i don't think that now is the time to appropriately discussed that. Let's enjoy vince. Williams for the career that he had Let's enjoy vince. Williams for the character that he was He's one of the few players that i remember. He actually reached out to me as the editor of behind the steel curtain. When he was having a stories break with remember he was. It was the whole Vaunt has birthed beef on twitter and stuff and he was trying to reach out to outlets and he's a really nice guy. He's a great guy and he came from florida state and he's very proud of that fact and he someone that you know if you follow him. Closely listened to the quotes. Listen to the media. Soundbites he doesn't he would not make this decision rashly. He would not just say. I think i don't really playing anymore. I'm just going to retire now. Could he or should. He have told the steelers ahead of time. That's neither here nor there but it's a situation where like i said earlier. We wish vince williams the absolute best in his retirement as for a quick programming note. Tomorrow thursday's the first day of practice where the pittsburgh steelers have both coach tomlin in several players at tj wadden. Ben rothlisberger will be available after practice. So you can expect to find a training camp recap podcast right here on our audio platform so wherever you get your podcast or steelers or behind. The steel curtain subscribe. Follow whatever you have to do so that you do not miss any of those in any of the other great shows that we have coming your way in as i always sign off on all of my podcast be safe..

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Forbes' Alison Durkee Tries Spinning 'American Marxism' Success

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Forbes' Alison Durkee Tries Spinning 'American Marxism' Success

"That she would comment on that? This book has had Several hundreds of thousands of pre order self. Isn't that the the story, Mr Producer But she doesn't say a word about the story. Not a word about you. American Marxism, running a spot on the Amazon chart before its official release appears to be rare. The book is one of only two on the Amazon notification charts who sells are based on preorders alone, along with Michael Pollen's This Is your Mind on plants? I don't know what the hell that looks about. The Vince book won't appear on The New York Times list or other book lists until next week, since with the exception of Amazon preorders are typically reported as part of a books. First Week. Sales and books do not appear on the bestseller list until the official release fine. Here we go. The waters and Lavin's books and their critical takes on the left. May soon be overtaken by books that instead look at the right with a critical eye. Michael Wolff's landslide the final days of the Trump presidency, and Carol Enoch and filled Rutgers, I alone can fix it. Donald J. Trump's catastrophic final year. Which featured politically damaging looks at the end of the Trump presidency are now ranked by Waters Book on Amazon's top 100 books Ranking, which is updated hourly. As of Thursday afternoon, Lennox and Rockers book was ranked number one on Amazon's list ahead of its official release on January. 20 and Wolff's book, which was released on Tuesday, was ranked number three. Levin's book was now number two on the list, while waters have dropped the number five

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"vince" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"vince" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I don't think those wings that easy even with good. Didn't nobody said it was that easy. You have to have a little bit of luck. But but the the vince is. The foundation is clearly built and now the culture is to the point. Where where where you look at. It feels like that. This is something that is sustainable that that my speaking of turn vince absolute. No i think the culture looks like it doesn't feel like to me if this was just a team that got hot and they caught team slipping and teams didn't see them coming and like if they were in abc or something like that like that. I would completely understand it. This isn't the ninety nine and the biggest thing for me. The biggest thing when i watched the phoenix suns play. If you're going to beat them you're going to have to take the game from them. They don't beat themselves to me. That's something that's sustainable through years. That's something that's sustainable on the road. It travels there's a steadiness to how they play that to me. They'll sustainable long lasting regardless of whatever injury issues may come up because there's an injury issues that you can put a asterix on every every every the league expanded thing teams. We gotta go yes or no answer. You pick the sons to go to the nba finals before the playoffs started. Yes or no no. I didn't i didn't think so. Okay thank you. I made stage. There was still nothing. Law madame cleo rob by the way talking about but but you're talking about not turning the ball over they have to beat. They don't be themselves that chris. Paul is a big part of that reason. Why vince goodwill senior. Nba vince his his ex nephew nephews. Anymore nap you carry richardson. We'll we'll now miss. The olympics entirely apparently have been dating since since he got divorced. So does this change the way you view her suspension. We'll discuss next fox. Sports radio has the best sports. Talk lineup in the nation. Catch all of our shows at fox. Sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f. s. are to listen live. What's up everyone. It's meet three times in all pro. Sean mary and i had a new sports. Podcast called the lights out. Podcast shaw marina. This podcast special to me..

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"vince" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"vince" Discussed on Hustleshare

"What keeps me up at night. Our costumers or basically the filipino. People run we want our costumers to love us just like in your company right you like your listeners to love Hustle chair We won customers to love us. We want our costumers to love our products. And we want to make their lives easier so costumer expectation and satisfaction. Its way up at night in nine. One seven venturous And that's the reason why we're always on our foles looking at that being point that they're trying to solve a lot of beth. Being point can't be solved the individual the right some capital or some backing the solve. That big pain point. And that's where we're basically what after four and we're out here to solve that that's amazing again. Thank you very much was such an amazing episode. But before i let you go vince. Invite people again one more time one last due to nine hundred hundred ventures and what do they. Where do they go to get. Yeah so So again if you have an abf on the tastic idea that you want to solve your obsessed with that folding that problem you have strong analytical skills y- they'll be able to offer it again hard copies all about cooperation which he member and lead and drive initiatives from start to finish. You had the domain expertise abilities and what not Join us to allow Dot nine months hundred dot com again. All we need for power point right. And you're right you're shop dice. Good luck yes and we will support you through the through. The gap the machinery gear capital. We ford says ligo. Hr car broke marketing. Everything all we need if you're passionate sold them again. Thank you very much before. I let you go policy. Whatever pod jeff you're listening to what what and if we bid chasing jar god is going to be the share show hustle shared dot com and also be part of the community continues to grow the show. It's going to be the from facebook. And lastly adler check. God it's m dot me slash share powered by walk again. Vince thank you very much. All right and i'll see you guys next up..

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