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"vince worn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Saudi joint. Oh, You can man, also hit me Paddy up on Twitter. scandals And it's Vince wearing Quinn. this That's tight all one word black leather at its fins. outfit. Quinn so coming up Oh, next God. LeBron Incredible. James with an All injury. right. What do you want And to say, so David? I want to get a little I bit just into want to, uh, what correct. was the The injury? attorney What who called does it mean the few for the Lakers? minutes ago from That's all coming Florida up on the other side. about Keep it right here. the $500 mouth that $500 is just the minimum threshold. The mountain. That you have to sue far to gain jurisdiction before that court. In other words, If you were claiming damages safe for $300, or any amount less than $500, you'd have to file your lawsuit in enough. Smaller court like the small Claims court, Okay, you can, uh Your witness is high amount of damages as you can it unless there's a statute of course that has a cap on your actual damages. Usually for punitive damages. You can when it is menus you want and as far as the what you said about The low amount having a low amount. Um, it just seemed like it was a bar. You have like it was the basic minimum in order to get it into that court. In order to get whatever the settlement would be, or whatever the ultimate punitive charge would be, is what he said. Yeah, yeah, In the thing, he said about, uh, them filing for such a little amount being not to prejudice the jury. That's totally wrong, because the Terry's never see the complaint. Okay. And David, I appreciate it because I I gotta run. But and I don't want to get too deep into the legal stuff here, but because I don't know, And that's the whole thing. So anyway, uh, Couple of things to still get to hear because one there's something going on in the NC. A. That was making a lot of noise. It went viral. The Ncba reacted to it regarding the tournament, so we're gonna get to that and also Drew Brees retired this week. And so I just want to take a minute and talk about Drew Brees. We're gonna get that on the other side. Keep it right here. But first, here's a sports update with Mike McCann. See me? Yes. Sports flag. Evidence. We didn't have just one upset in day two of.
"vince worn" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Yeah, a lot of personal demons. So I I think that that Kerry. was getting tired. From. The road it was different versus being on the road and being home every night and your own bed and not having to dry more than one hundred, fifty miles a night to town and I think the grind and the road and everything else it Kinda taking its toll on Tehran Kerry. Toll on Terry Jude. We're going to do a whole show on Kerry von Erich over an ad free shows dot com stay tuned for that last match here on Saturday night's main event. Sargent slaughter gets the win over Coco beware and five minutes and eighteen seconds and wouldn't you know it? It's that damned old atomic nagy that gets the job done. meltzer would say much to my surprise slaughter works real good here it looks to slow when he's on offense but he did a good job and selling to make a decent match and he gives it star and a half. So he's back and it looks like he's been behind glass, we're going to break it in case of emergency and. Unbelievably he's going to be on March to win the world title just to pay per view. So this happens in September airs in October. And by January. He's your world champ winning the world title from the Ultimate Warrior. It's something else to go back and look at him beaten up Coco beware here and think he's about to be world champ. Well Yeah Stranger things have happened and the timing was right. The timing was right from that phone call saying hey. You know what if sure would like to come in and talk to you events to Here we are in. As you say six months later look at where we are. Well listen that's going to do it forced this week I'll wait you know what we did have a lot of questions. Let's see if we got any good ones because by the way we want you guys to participate. We're having a lot of fun over on twitter. It's at Pritchard show if you haven't already thrown follow their. Turns out Bruce we had nearly a hundred questions One of the questions is from Luke in eastern Iowa. He says, it's always been made clear that Vince Book Superstars and angles and segments that he wouldn't feel comfortable doing himself. So I have to know. Was Vince, wearing lederhosen behind the camera during the October Fest Celebration. Miss, what I have no problem with Lederhosen at all. They use a little jealous that we didn't get him any. Yeah probably. Coach Shit cost us really yes. GimMe a Cunningham's real real later later hose whatever and it was almost ten grand for all that fucking Shit is real leather and it was. You know people that that had spent a lot of money on it. Held it dear near and dear to their heart and only thing they asked was please don't spill anything on it or get it dirty. Why did you? Why did you feel like you had to have a theme? Had Wild Kingdom before now we've got October fast whatever you feel like you have why can't we just have fucking wrestling? The cell phone. Okay what's the theme for? smackdown tomorrow. Tonight. So I'm GonNa tune in tonight on. Fox. The theme fine that's right. Coach says he wants to know did dusty and recruit get along. Yes. Yeah You got to get hot about it. All the fucking question now. Randy rights nine year old. Me was at this show in probably four or five seats from Dustin Rhodes. We need to know reindeer where offered one hundred dollars for real. Was it a shoot meltzer says it was. I remember after this dusty went into mourning. He was more serious and switched to red, POLKA DOTS with a top hat with vultures foot on it actually was a chicken claw goes clough is an eagle. That had on there with gave me I take the power. From the Eagle in the claw in my head when laptop pair the attitude if you will be only. Three low POLKA DOTS on him because I'm not in my happy polkadot fades. It's only going to do three. Like my Maha deepened SAS from within. Listen he was even wearing the black and red here. We've talked about that before Blanco wants to know whose idea was to call the genius, the sausage stuffing expert. He did okay. Swan to be hot about, it. They David Wilk wants the noted Vince enjoy the infamous chicken dinner at Frankenmuth. One frankenmuth. Frankenmuth. All right. Whatever I duNno hillbilly from Alabama I duNNo. Vinson get any of that. Because he was at the building. where he didn't show how old are that you did it all by yourself I did it all on us? Oh wow I tell you one hundred percent credit for all that she and Franken moves. In the God damn thing every single bit of it. I like. I did the food fight I did the sausage Duffin. I did the from under cheese did the beer I didn't ever better it. I don't know why. But she's saying I did it all by? Reminds me of the time my daughter like you used the potty for the first time by herself I did it all by. Myself, a we'll wrap it up with one last question here. Matt wants the know Bruce You Miss Sleep. Halo.
"vince worn" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Open, and that's not me. Shit on Indiana although I'm happy to do that. That's me just saying that there is It's probably it's probably a little more lenient in Indiana. I would imagine having spent time there, which is what allowed me to form my opinion, but I love the people of Indiana as best I can case by case. Man Who those of you watching right now? Vince, wearing a Larry Bird Jersey loves Indiana. Any who? Indiana state for a month you did How did you find it? Found it to be the worst month of my life my God. No now that that's hyperbole, but. Nevertheless. W. I just wasn't for me. Wasn't for me but We see WNYC, other one. I don't try to remember the other promotion. I think was a was a company that I had heard, but it wasn't like you know it wasn't Donlan. Gus Easy W or something, but it was like. Yeah? The chainsaw championship wrestling chainsaw championship wrestling. Yes. Monday they. There were like non wrestlers in the crowd. They're already going with the friends and family bullshit right. I saw that he's got. McMahon's got it in his head that he's running fucking summer slam in an arena here we go I, see W. no-holds-barred Fourth of July at the death match drive in Atlantic City New Jersey. Drive. Wait a minute. Maybe what they're doing is showing. Maybe, they have. Maybe maybe I'm wrong about this. When maybe they're just showing matches on screen. At, drive in Oh my God I love that. I'm not I'm not totally clear. I mean. It looks like they're new matches because.
"vince worn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"General from two thousand. Doj veterans also. New Questions for Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg ahead of the next primary battle in new signs of activity in the criminal. Probe into Rudy Giuliani. But we begin this hour with that backlash against Attorney General Bill Bar after he intervened in the case against trump associate roger stone more than two thousand former justice. Department officials are now demanding. He resigned in a signed letter the former federal prosecutors and other top ranking DOD officials. Right that no one should be given special treatment in a criminal prosecution because they are close political ally of the president and warning governments. That that use excuse me that used their power to punish enemies or reward. Their allies are autocracies now inside the department career prosecutors growing increasingly worried about all of this the New York Times reporting that many wondering whether trump was undermining the department's treasured reputation for upholding the law. And whether bar was able or willing to protect it now as House. Democrats grapple with whether to launch new investigations into trump over his alleged abuse of power. The White House is playing defense. I don't think that it's impossible to this job. In fact I think that attorney general bars doing a great job because a lot of confidence inside the White House. The president is states has not asked or directed his attorney general privately to do anything in any criminal matter including largest owners. It's different now. Meanwhile other trump defenders are trying to say the program. Or excuse me. The problem isn't with the substance of trump's actions. It's just his use of social media. Does the president have a right to tweet about a case? Of course just because you can sing though doesn't mean you should sing. This is a case where tweeting. This would not cause brain damage so late this afternoon. Former vice president Joe Biden telling my colleague Nicole Wallace. That bar helped facilitate the greatest abusive power he has ever seen. This has been most of the greatest abuse of power. I have ever seen at the hands of this president who has no no since decency your understanding of the constitution bars of facilitating. It is beyond my comprehension. No president has ever intimidated in general attorney general abusing power as much as this man has died. So let's start with two people who have signed that letter former. Us Attorney Barbara mcquade and former federal prosecutor. John Flannery let me begin with you if I can Barbara. First of all. Why was it important for you to lend your name to this letter? Well I I wanted to show support for the four career. Prosecutors who were involved in this case file their sentencing memo recommending sentencing guidelines. Were overruled the next day. By the Department of Justice. Three of them withdrew from the case. One resigned from the Justice Department. I wanted to show support for them for doing their jobs. I also wanted to just ask William Bar to step up and be a leader to lead the department. He has famously said. He's not so he's not so concerned about his own reputation because everybody dies well. He also has a duty to represent the reputation of the Department of Justice. And we hope that even though everybody dies the reputation of the Justice Department will endure and John. Same question to you. Why did you feel it was important for you to sign this letter as well? Well I think there are so many data points on how bar is not interested in just us except for Mr Trump and his conciliatory. And so I I am somewhat less charitable that we could ever hope bar to reform his ways. I'm not sure we'll ever have criminal. Justice while bar is the head of the Department of Justice because he will do the bidding of the president and in this particular case. The one that they're concerned about is a mirror of what he was just impeached for because the underlying charge. That isn't discussed enough. Is the interference in our election by stone and the second part is obstructing the investigation by the Intelligence Committee of this interference and coercing and threatening witnesses and lying such that they never got to the answers that the We were able to find afterwards. So this is it seems like the president wants to do that. In this case and in Flynn to evaporate the allegations of misconduct by using his power to silence and diminish and perhaps eliminate these allegations and. I think that the letter was critical. Not just to give to those in the Justice Department who must emulate the actions of these four prosecutors who resisted the effort to interfere in the sentencing procedure. But in the other ones that will come up. I mean what's going to happen in the Flynn case. What's going to happen in New York? What's going to happen in Pittsburgh? This is a critical time. And we have a I think a constitutional crisis because who would a prosecutor Goto above him to correct this not shea. Who was bars person? Not Bar not trump so they have no no recourse except to resign and call them out on it so. I think that's that's the problem right now. Barbara let me get your thoughts on something here. Which is as we have been reporting on this. The four prosecutors involved in the Roger Stone case essentially resigned on mass after this came out that the Department of Justice was withdrawing their sentence recommendation to the court. Do you get a sense that. I'm sure you're probably still in touch with a lot of your former colleagues but you have a pulse on the morale within the Department of Justice. Do think we're at a tipping point for the Department of Justice and its employees under Attorney General Bill Bar. It's hard to know it's a huge department. Eleven thousand employees. It's hard to know what they all feel. But it reminds me a little bit of what was going on in the George W Bush administration just before a Gonzales resigned. You may recall that was in relation to the fire in the US attorneys. And you heard a lot of grumbling within an outside the Department of Justice. And I believe what finally calls? Alberto Gonzales to resign was that he felt he could no longer lead effectively. He had lost the confidence of the people within the Justice Department. And so I think that this letter and that kind of dynamic could be something that Causes William Bar to resign John. The letter calls for Department of Justice Employees. To be prepared report future abuses refuse to carry out directives inconsistent with their oaths of office and withdrawal publicly resigned if if necessary. What message are you trying to send? Do you think those employees the not necessarily all eleven thousand but certainly some of the key federal prosecutors at the very highest level of it would he'd that call. I would hope so. And you know the kind of person who becomes a prosecutor goes to the Justice Department really does believe in the law and there's nothing like the crises of today to understand that lesson and the fact that these four stood up as another example of the Patriots that we have in our government who prepared to take risks and to risk the income to do the right thing and so. I think that this is a message throughout the department. I think that bar will sit. There planted it in his seat as long as trump wants him. There and I believe they're recent Kabuki theatre of him finding it impossible to work. If trump is going to tell the world what misconduct they're perpetrating. On the American people was just that theater bed theater reality. Tv but of the worst kind because it's in defiance of the rule of law and the Constitution and treating all people equally in our justice system. None of which happens with these guys when it comes close to getting reelected to pursuing their power into the next administration if they can pull it off all right Barbara mcquade. Thank you very much John. We're going to see you again a little bit later on in this show. Let's now. Vince worn executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights and Christina greer political science professor at Fordham University. Great to have both of you with us. So I'm curious to get your thoughts Christina first of all when you kind of look at this to step bands at Donald Trump and William bar doing together. One Hand William Bars saying like. Hey you know what? I can't be influenced. That's what he said during his confirmation hearing takes great pride in trying to be or project independence from the White House but at the same time. Say Hey the president's tweets they're making it impossible for me to do my job. What do you think they're what's the message? They're trying to send your well. I think the message that the president is sending is that I own everyone. I owned The Senate. I owned the DOJ and the Supreme Court. We have to remember two things. One when senator? Kamala Harris was Interviewing Bloomberg during the Senate confirmation hearings he did a lot of what my grandmother would call op dubbing and she has some very direct questions and he couldn't give her a straight answer as to whether or not anyone inside the White House ever instructed grappling with your word of suggesting like not missing the point completely exactly or are you missing the point and then the second is that you know. The president pushed out jeff sessions because he wasn't enough of a wacky weed. We didn't know that the bar could go any lower the A. R. And now we're seeing with this new attorney general that he is essentially pledged his loyalty to the president and he has no control over his department but he jephson he will not leave until the president is down with him and we know that the president sort of views as people and then he decides that he's done with them so the the whole theater of why wish. I could do my job but the tweeting we know that this president uses social media at his own will and everyone else has to adjust to all the illegal things that he likes to say so she gets to that point about social media. Do you buy this argument. That people like Kellyanne Conway and Senator Kennedy. Some of the president's defenders coming on like he has a right to tweet he's tweeting. He's not an in her. Exact words is the president. Didn't say anything to William Bar privately. And she emphasized that word privately a little bit to say you know what he's reading the tweets that's up to him. That's not up to the president. Yeah no I don't buy it it's a Lotta Baloney and what's really interesting. Is that if you really. If you listen to how much people are now talking administration. They're talking about rights. The president's right he's tweeting about his right to do whatever the heck he wants and he's got a wreck to tweet and rights are not really. What's that issue here? What we're talking about is what is appropriate behavior so that the system can be at least viewed you know. Pass the laugh test. Everybody knows that that whether or not bar got a direct message from DONALD TRUMP. He got the message just like Christina said before he even got that job that you could not take that job unless you were doing the president's bidding and he did he's pledged fealty to the president over the United States over the Department of Justice over the rule of law. That is one hundred percent clear. And there's no tweeting or or or or may accompany or crying in your soup on ABC. That's going to change that plus and it is extraordinary. That prosecutors have now called for the current prosecutors to resist. That does not happen. I know a lot of the people that are on that list. These are people who believe in the rule of law that they understand what makes government work and for them to be calling for folks to yet. If you see something say something if you resist and don't move forward anything that you think is inconsistent with your duties. And if you can't do any of those things then resigned that tells you a lot about what the legal establishment thinks about what this administration is doing to the ruling. You can't help but wonder if attorney general bill bars looking at what happened to jeff sessions and saying. I don't want anything. I don't want my career my reputation. Everyone has their time woodshed with this practice. We saw. How Jeff sessions couldn't advocate fast enough to be at the feet of the president and we see everyone who surrounded by this president..
"vince worn" Discussed on AM Joy
"We had a minority of so back and classes are resting our on. That's true absolutely true and Lou. Is that with this stain on his record back in the spotlight. Bloomberg and his campaign has spent this week trying to get everyone to hear those comments the very next day. They released these pictures of meeting that he had with lack faith leaders in New York New York City about his faith outreach program. The campaign announced the endorsement of three prominent members of the congressional back caucus and then Chicago congressman. Bobby rush was a young man was a member of the student. Nonviolent Coordinating Committee a CO founder of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party in a friend and colleague of the late Great Fred Hampton who had originally endorsed Kamala Harris President endorsed Bloomberg last month after Harris suspended her campaign even announcing the opening of a Bloomberg campaign office. Here's what Bloomberg told reporters at a campaign. Stop in Chattanooga Tennessee. Why did you say what you said in that? Twenty fifteen speech. I don't think those words reflect what how I lead the most diverse city in the nation and Apologized for the practice and the pain that it caused but it was Five years ago and You know it's just not the way that I think and it does not the way doesn't reflect what I do every day. But during his three terms as New York City mayor he defended the policy. Despite a major law suit brought against New York City in two thousand eight. The federal judge in the case ruled that. New York's use of stop and Frisk was unconstitutional. A key piece of evidence in the case of a study conducted by a Professor at Columbia Law School among his findings after review of police records. Was that quote. Arrests take place in less than six percent of all stops. A hit rate is lower than the rates of arrests and seizures in random checkpoints and that the rate of gun seizures is nearly zero zero point. One five hundred stops in other words. Stop-and-frisk does virtually nothing when it comes to fighting crime it literally doesn't work while at the same time. It takes a devastating emotional and psychological toll on the communities of color that are targeted it puts black and brown men and boys into most traumatic possible contact relationship. Police makes them feel less than human and that trauma lasts and yet black voters and I can testify to this personally from what I've heard myself are seriously considering Bloomberg anyway because for many of them anything is better than trump. But just anything good enough joining me. Now is Congressman Bobby Rush National Campaign Co Chair for Mike Bloomberg Twenty. Twenty and congressman. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you very much really appreciate Newman's invitation. Thank you and you are legendary person so I WANNA ask all of these questions to you but I'm prefacing it with the deep respect that I have for you sir and for everything that you've done and contributed to this country so I want to preface that because I want to challenge just a little bit on on on your participation in the Bloomberg campaign but from a respectful point of view. I'm going to quote Charles. Blow one of the People here most a columnist in the in the business. He's many Democrats including some black ones. Appear willing to turn a blind eye to Michael Bloomberg's past Bloomberg is blanketing the airwaves with slick ads in glimmering and glimmering liberals into Amnesia. And acquiescence these liberals than openly or gaming out scenarios which. Bloomberg is the last best option sir given all the experienced and gone through including with police. Is Michael Bloomberg? The BEST OPTION FOR BLACK PEOPLE IS DIMISSED. Option lessening reason why. I agreed to endorse them. There's no reason why I became knee. Co-chairman of his campaign. He's the only one right now. Who CAN You'll see Donald Trump and I think that has to be our number one priority new feeding nominee donald trump. But I join name first of all. I don't I'm not a number I don't I don't like that title associated with me We wanted a more from lesser known a liberal. But not done in that Let me say that. You know an african-american community we Nimoy as in many we all agree. You know some of them. Are you know We Want to have a same community We'll also known will of victims you know and each one of these candidates who are. Mahorn now number leading nominees now tune african-american community new for some injury And And I think that bloomers plowing sowing here no only issue and he has a new more to show do Proves US now. He owns his. You know own issue then. United Sink Repentance and this show a represent Push in every meant for new unimportant that you a new united show. Someone told it nothing. My rumor had moved off season. He's known him when they see them enemy noon. There's no I understand that. Trust me I've talked to a lot of blackboard and just get rid of trump at any cost almost but with Michael Bloomberg on this idea that he has addressed in a tone for what he was trying to atone for what he said. This is Michael Bloomberg's statement about his comments in two thousand fifteen. This is recent. He said I inherited the police practice of stop and Frisk and as part of our effort to stop gun violence. It was over used by the time I left office. I cut it back by ninety five percent but I should have done it faster and sooner I regret that I agree with that and I have apologized. And I've taken responsibility for taking too long to understand the impact. It had on Black Latino communities. I find it hard to believe that somebody as smart as Michael Bloomberg who invented an APP enriched him that's what he's almost as a technical genius that he couldn't understand the impact that what he was doing had on black and brown communities. Because stop and Frisk somebody who was a New Yorker is part and parcel of the other thing he was doing which was pushing gentrification by allowing all these tax abatements that let Rich People. Let's say move into Brownsville. And then all of a sudden the the new people move into. Brown's we're scared of people who are already in Brownsville. And so you have to stop all the black people in Brownsville. To make sure that they don't frighten the new rich people who've moved their Brownsville. As a result had rate of stop and Frisk was the charge that we can show you. Hopefully my team can get that. We're just Brownsville Brooklyn alone which is starting to have like cute. Little homes ritual WANNA buy look at that spike on the left. You know God brother was a cop. He's a retired New York police officer even he acknowledged that this was just about policing black people in neighborhoods. That rich white people wanted to live in. How could he not know that thing? No one might newmark the Misteri name. Eight was on the head and not an a hard. He honest in his near here on the ceiling The when Nina show and every month he nine on this and and then when he knew nothing he not know his harness being the right now. His hand crime was from an so. We're one of the policy Then he inherited posited that he's keep Administrated then Heart of he's the injury now he was calling young black men young. I'm nothing and then point. He began to not head Muslim his heart and I'm relieved that he made Policies in New York much murder and stuff for everybody. Let me just say for as long as many issuance Chicago. You know as as a net no issue is not just along the line. Is You in New York and and also a national issue? But I'm at this time. I really believed that might rumor. Especially into an agreement was only Smith saving plan. Then he has a net. Anyone of the Canon exhale network really swing tune in every night this merges community will initiate new Sonya's means to know firms. We all learning the pro. Let me let me. I'm sort of times I've just two more questions. One of them on that idea of sort of repairing some of this damage in it gaining your endorsement engaging you as a national coach did Michael Bloomberg make any concrete promises we know that in your state the Evanston Illinois is doing a reparations program that people that they're using taxes on the sales of cannabis to then give direct reparations to African Americans who've been over criminalized and over police because of that so that's a direct report and that's the thing that's happening in your state has has Michael Bloomberg may concrete promises of things. He'll do things he can do. He knew he should for every single person that was stopped during the time he could send them all. The college has made concrete promises in exchange and Ringwood plan specifically as this Murnian hundreds on the new no a new my homeowners and the first one hundred thousand new own businesses and I and a seventy billion dollar investment and african-american community and I was leaning into from just as long swings to specific Luma has committed to and I'm Lena. My rumor is a man who will mention what the needs of prominent. Now he won't seem prominent promises that would mean new real deal. I'm really not my homeroom Ono. Though he knew his Zumur words and he used his Singley. Unionist I'm Lena my as as the new minimum and asks for repentance and I'm leaving his of a oment especially by an agreement wing Meal we would plan then is a tone that is Sony Lebron's remains new. One last question sir. Before I let you go up and this isn't a comfortable question but I feel like I have to ask it And there is a lot of question among people constituents of of not just yourself but of other black endorsers elected officials has Michael Bloomberg committed to support financially. The campaigns of his endorsers is he committed to me. I'm not I I have not asked my rumor. One ruin set a new night. Well we're not asking Rian said. Let me just tell you you know. I'm I'm into loan to me motive my any money if I did not leave and my homeroom or want from Bloomberg wouldn't be Donald Trump. And if I do not believe that after he want that he missed one now freeing an ally and supporter of community unions campaign. Your everybody that. Thank you very much. Bobby Rush Congressman Bobby with legend in the city of Chicago. Thanks for being here very much. So let's bring in Vince worn. Thank you sir Let's bring advanced warning Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights. And this is the group that filed the lawsuit against New York City my Wiley. Msnbc legal analyst and former board chair of the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board Britney pack that Cunningham Msnbc contributor and Co founder of campaign zero. Thank you all for being here at the table It's difficult to question I mean. I revere Bobby Rush. Let's just be honest. Do even though and and and it's difficult to ask these questions but there is. There is the Michael Bloomberg reality you know and you were very much involved in the campaign for black lives where this was. The thing we were fighting about is whether or not black life has any value. That's right and in in at least in the way that stop and Frisk played out of New York black life was treated as valueless in New York. It was it was simply a numbers game. Stop as many black and Brown people as you could. Some people three four five six a dozen times to keep the numbers up to make sure that you were keeping tabs on them keeping them scared and they never even got guns. So it's very difficult. I think for a lot of people voters to say. I can vote for this man after that. Yeah I have so much respect as you do for congressman rush and I struggle with this though in part because we know that Mike Bloomberg has asked for folks forgiveness yet..
"vince worn" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"We were were you drop yours we gave each other the wrong one and then we try to do it back and forth and it was harmonizing what I miss American pride in is back on top that was Dave Monmouth poll which you lived and died by thank you is so I was positive I told you you may not want to climb that hill I know but you said no you were all in he was there with more on most that it was over for buying I think I actually said that he was out by September actually suggested the splash should bite done yes I think it was bright and thirty two in this USA today suffered poll of thirty to warrant on the fourteen certain Sanders twelve edge at age six Harris six Yang Yang is three and the Yang is not beating Beto and Cory Booker ouch Yang game yeah what Booker man Booker definitely seems like like he was good in the debate and then he's like vaporized into thin air when it comes to campaigning it's remark he's you know I I still think there's a chance that he could catch at some point there is eight Cory Booker out there that strong young great orator out there whose high energy and positive but I I I'm just his it's not catching yet yeah we talked about before is you know Obama did not win a pole until February of two thousand nine is Hillary so it is possible that these but I mean anything's possible I guess what I'm saying but I mean Booker has done he's going to the left as well so you're not really giving yourself a choice that's not by that mean that it all you've got is that Biden is close to death really yes that's the fact that he is towering in the polls and beating most people he's about to die yes well he is yeah I mean I do think that I still think he drops out how do you make it is that it doesn't have it many of the eyes are totally blacked out Hillary I don't know that I put I would put a mirror in front of his nose and just to say he is outside Hey Ellen hardy he is just fine so I don't know what you're talking about but he's going to kill it kid he's gonna and he is he's running circles around old Warren it is it isn't real it's remarkable that the it's funny I should maybe wrote this review however this is that the media she was completely given that the coffee yesterday yes was the ascension had begun yeah she is she has been under performing settling well and that's I mean from everything every single day she's given the trophy like every single day I look at coverage it's about how her crowd sizes are bigger than expected about X. Y. Z. being better than expected about how she's gaining I mean it's so regardless of what Warren really dies the media is all but given it to are you now Hey I I on that with Warren saying I think we play the audio yesterday I'm not gonna let somebody sneak up behind me and yes and a exactly yeah what a shock to Hillary that was it was that yeah it was sort of interesting I found it last year was funny we talked to Bob Ney the other day and the the the story was sort of angled and this is the same sound bite and people of angle two different stories off of it one of them was angled as a shot it Biden because she says you know this isn't the time to just do an anyone but trump thing and then there was a story that was angle that Hillary where she's hitting Hillary for saying that she's not going to let this handy thing happen I don't I don't know that it's that much of a hit it biting or Hillary I mean they are slight there like slight swipes but I don't feel like there's Reid sighed going on here I heard it is definitely the makings of her argument against biting I think that's going to be important as we move forward I think the thing about the debate with him lurking around know that she's blaming Hillary for not like I don't know turning around and I see slash problem but I know but I think it'll be as collateral damage in there the press I would agree that unlike last time yeah tough I'm not going to do that I don't know that she is tough it would be interesting to see I don't know that was either and it's very funny Shattuck one of things we talked about on twenty twenty vision yesterday was if she did I mean just envisioning Warren turning around and saying something to trump at that moment who would end up the Victor in that exchange because in some you know I mean I I don't know I don't I certainly I don't automatically believe that she would win would be historic I exchange regardless right even if it's only a half could exchange it would but you know what I think that this is what I think yes because now mourners Vince wearing on the stump and sodas Cory Booker and so there's a lot of of so a lot of other people okay I think that she would tell him to **** off something like that it would be my god that was inappropriate but she persisted and told right a he won't care obviously he's ready for that referred to do that and it would even be I could see it in every newspaper of course with all the cars you you know she tells him finally this older is team that and that but I wouldn't be surprised well in line I guess it depends on where the polls are but right why it why not do the most fantastical thing this year I easy no you're right and the and of course the the problem is for trump is that you know the push back well it might be difficult for him because he doesn't wanna be seen as like beating up of a woman I don't know do you think that I I well I hope I mean I hope he doesn't care about it because I think that I think that certainly his supporters are would revel in trumping trump at that moment and just pushing back whatever way you know by and in in that case you know doesn't win over anybody knew because I think it would turn off the moderates that right after the after the primaries over the moderates that they're seeking to court in the general you know those moderates really don't aren't dying for Elizabeth Warren to cuss out the car the president right also really not dying for for you know trump to to cuss out Elizabeth Warren or anyone else so yeah you know it's sort of a maybe a at U. Justin even well I mean it's so tricky for her I think because if she somehow became the nominee where how far do they re calibrate how X. that's gonna be such it and if they test the waters as they go how much does she moderate and it's a test the waters as they grow then she's vulnerable to fire from everybody you know how much of the college tuition that does she settled on the should take Biden's idea of just junior colleges and woke text of that stuff because you go for the whole kit and caboodle how much into a single payer does she still go for how much of a green new deal actual target goals does she embrace I mean all these things are going to be you have to calibrate it over towards where Joe Biden was but you can't break off from a see right so tricky I mean it's it's a I kind of know how she do it without unless maybe if you have if you put some somebody from the squad on the ticket or something or somebody as squad like person on the ticket so that they could cover that off maybe she could say that you know that they would be the handling that stuff I don't it's very tough I mean should the she'd have the luxury of having from who even though he's had you know three years in but still has been all over the place on many issues and has floated trial balloons on on issues on both ends of the stress factor and sometimes even announced initiatives that nobody knew about I mean it although well actually I don't even know if he's available on that because you're going to attack him as a as a racist white nationalist probably somebody who raise the temperature of the country responsible for all the shootings in those your children by the way moms out there was a your kids now I mean it I don't know I it's just this is it's hard to tell if if it's her because she has to inhabit somebody she's not in the primary where is I I I mean the general worsening fighting exactly right right I mean he doesn't really have to eat his only his only argument and the media's argument that point will be to the AOC crowd that we have to slay the monster is your guide I don't know it's a it's definitely watch I I kind of I I don't think by shop so I I don't see him go head to head with trump I think would be wouldn't to just for TV sake wouldn't be great because he doesn't have he's missing a fastball doesn't really have much of his disposal where is worn will be sold studied she will be so I mean I think on the in I think Warren will much like Hillary will have her policy points down you just wonder if also like Hillary if worn steps out from there professorial thing and starts screaming trying to fight in the dirt like him and that would be an awkward look for seventy something year old woman and I do think there's a double standard when people take that out from a grumpy old man then a grumpy old woman I think yeah I I am I I think that I mean I was wondering who you were saying is gonna need to re calibrate I mean I mean I think that they think they'll just go ahead with their policy thing I think that they think they're just fine for the general really she doesn't try to move towards Biden at all a little bit sure but I mean I think that she there's some there's some extreme differences there but she's never lean hard on those differences in the first place so I mean as much as you'd like to you know as much as like conservatives and that's their job absolutely to point out the differences and to point out how extreme some of the things that she warts are out she doesn't seem to really run on them on a daily basis hi there and sort of checks the boxes and she needs Biden's twenty nine percent and it but that's what I'm saying is she'll focus on her policy thing and that's never really cause too much of an issue with most people but posting is now includes green new deal includes a polishing ice it in but she doesn't trust those out as as policy things have she has she well and I really feel she has are infused into her into her plan standards and timeline right and she has a oddly embraced it so anyway I just don't see it being not I I don't see it being as big of a a swing or change as as you do I think that that's.
"vince worn" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"J._b._l. and buried together kidding me but why give the name this you know thirty years ago right it makes no sense you're not taking steps forward by going back in time and recreating a name can we create enough to put two extremely town two guys with a lot of the same background and d._n._a. for lack of a better term for their texas upbringing and their influences lewisham mulligan and murdoch and all those cats we got we got saddled with this shit are you kidding me i just don't understand that laci i wi fi was continue to do that sometimes is beyond me well what's interesting thing is when we go to the announced desk we see that as we said it's a three man team vance herself and jerry lawler and you're all wearing cowboy hats to go with the canadian stampede theme you started wearing yours at the beginning of this year royal rumble ninety seven so it's already sort of normal for you lawler has this massive cowboy hat on that basically covers his face it's pretty odd to see vince wearing one what did you think about <hes> the whole booth wearing cowboy hats for this show we was thirty not one of the reasons it was funny 'cause this into what size hattie war so they said people out to get hats they're guessing so they figure you don't average man's hat would be like you know i have a fat head i were seven and three eighths but you know guys were you know like i know guys that were eight seven and a half seven three quarters but seven one eight seven quarter on average seven to seven big ass hats guy and it is hilarious it was one of the funniest there's one of the best parts of the day was watching mistrial hats there were too big for you guys are doing now they they run they karate kick the scott him bottlecap thing you could do that with the instance had it was spun like a top so they finally figured out that he wore like a six seven eight which is a small hat size for an adult male but it was just funny of course lawler caller trying to go over the top with comedy he got a big <hes> foam hats was yeah and he wore that he was proud of himself he found a product that was hideous and it's funny so we did that thing and and i continued my my wearing the hat the reason one of the things i used to have a pushback about the hats watts told me years ago said goddamn worst gimmick ever got this cowboy bill watts thing so why is that he said well you know stereotypical us oklahoma guy he's a cowboy house raised in oklahoma city under a horse i never owned a hat and it's true so much like me this senior stereotype watts cowboy bill watts and then vincent k mcmahon stereotype me as another okie who has a hat so there's that deal but watches deal was here's what alienated me from the hat business for a while not knol and not anymore course was that it's a pain hainiu security with you on the road it could 'cause he was so conscious about it he didn't wanna wear it so he had like randy savage had this little hat carriers that you bring on the plane i thought this is crazy get a goddamn carry on you got a briefcase now you gotta hat carrier what the hell's wrong with us so i started wearing my hat and then it became now not want to leave the house mad on off the airport so it's just a normal procedure now but it wasn't then but it was just funnier inhale vincent a hat is hilarious can we get you like a blue camera hafer bleach you know why well i'm just wondering like i got a particular image i i'm wondering like you saw bill silvester stallone movie over the top right he turns the hat around and now that means you're asked what if the black hat off the blue hat on.
"vince worn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Our listeners to know. This Vincent, Vince, Vince is a big guy. So the idea of Vince wearing is one. Yes. In trouble going down the wrong the wrong away. Charlie. It's not that big a guy. He's tall. I'm stopping there. Charlie pellett. Thank you so much. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek Carol Massar along we've been sick Norell right here on Bloomberg radio. So it's a big weekend for buffet and Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, let's get into it with Peggy Collins investing team leader at Bloomberg news in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio that buffet letter it's coming at the weekend near you. Getting my coffee ready. What's interesting is with his craft Hines as we've all been speculating is he getting a slide something in or doing addenda or something right because of the sell off and he's what the number one shareholder in this company. Yeah, it's interesting because this is one of the biggest deals that he's done in the last few years and buffet has repeatedly been saying in his letters over the last few years that he's on the hunt for a big deal, but that they'd been harder and harder to find because evaluations. But also because Berkshire is so big now compared to when he started the company long ago. I think they're sitting on one hundred about one hundred billion in cash that they could deploy. And he's had a hard time finding deals that that big here in the US or abroad. So, you know, his letters. He takes a long time. I think to put them together some of it repeats year after year, you see some of the common themes in each letter about how he thinks America's still one of the best places in the world to be born into invest, but he does kind of outlined a particular. Deals that they've done in that they would have done in two thousand eighteen and their major stock investment. So it'll be interesting to see if he does pull it and add something about the highest yell before it goes out tomorrow. Right. So this deal with Hines three G, and all that was this just sort of an accident waiting to happen. Did it get out of his comfort zone with with a company? That's more of a if you will slash and burn type of cutting businesses, not growing a business from the bottom up type of thing. That's a good question. I don't think it's a complete diversion for him as much as some people have thought that the recent tech bets that they've taken have banned because for a long time. Warren Buffett has told his shareholders that he invests in what he knows. And a lot of what he says he knows is just really American consumers and how they spend. So he's been a huge investor for years and Coca Cola. So a food company is somewhat in line with that railroads are another example, they are they on a huge railroad business. And he sees that. As you know, people are always going to need to ship things back and forth or move things back and forth. So I think the food industry in some ways when they did it a few years ago, it made some sense to be in terms of his how he's gone about this the deal and the partnership with three g was different for Berkshire. And the three g is more of a private known as more of a private equity firm where they do come in. And and are known for some cases, cutting jobs are taking over where buffet has always been attractive, particularly the family owned businesses for decades because he says, look we're going to buy you and let you do your thing. We're not going to change your name or not gonna change who runs the business. You can just do your thing. I do wonder though, right buffet tends to comment on so many different things. And I do wonder in terms of politics. What we might hear on that front. What we might hear terms of succession. Right. We still wonder. I mean, he's certainly putting putting in some new key players over the last few years. But you do wonder, you know, who it might be automatically and whether we'll get anything on that. That's right. I mean, he has at times it it tends to be more during his annual meeting, which comes at the end of April, you paid those meetings. Right. Yes. I've got four or five years. I didn't go last year. But I've covered them for Bloomberg for several years in a row, and they are really amazing. It's like a rock concert with no music and no graphic t shirts. Only pay on hand. So there's tons of they call them Burkey, boxers as we're talking about pajamas. You might as well throw in the box. Any of those boxes? Yeah. They have like Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, his sidekick on the on the boxers. So yeah, that is a bacchanalia bonanza of Coca Cola and Dairy Queen and all of the different types of companies that they on. So he oftentimes gets a question on politics at the annual meeting by one of the people on stage or people in the audience. He tends not to weigh in particularly on like a president in the annual letters. But he does he does as you said Carol way in oftentimes on the economy or different things he seeing across the world. So with the healthcare space working with his attempt at you putting together with J P Morgan a troop, essentially, creating a healthcare company. That's been really interesting waiting, right? Yes. It's really interesting because I think it was Amazon Berkshire and GP mortgage, basically who who said, you know, what we're going to try and come up with a new model for how we deploy health insurance too. Our employees that may ultimately become a model for other companies. But that's still in progress. Interesting note there that one of the people key on that deal was I believe Todd combs buffet has. Now two men who help him pick his investments which several years ago when they came on was a big change for us for a long time. It was just really Warren buffet and Charlie Munger. All right. So they interesting reading hopefully, everybody will be wearing their pajamas tomorrow morning when they read it just saying are there. What were they call boxers boxers Peggy college or the best investing team leader at Bloomberg news just want to mention headline crossing the Bloomberg Twitter saying Evan Williams to step down from the board of the company. He's an entrepreneur, here's previously chairman and CEO of Twitter, and he's been on that board. It looks like since two thousand seven all right. Let's get back to.
"vince worn" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Think I screen the UN a bunch of friends, and you guys really enjoyed it. It's also Vince Vaughn Fred Claus. I I so this poem came and Wednesday. It was like a box office flop. People. Don't remember Toji Amati plays cenacles, his brother and Vince worn basically is like his cynical brother who doesn't really believe in Christmas or the Christmas spirit. And it's not even funny. It's got some loss. But it surprisingly, very sweet and very, heartwarming. And again, it's all about the spirit of Christmas. And I really liked Poggioli Amati as well as as Santa Claus and Kathy Bates plays them mother. Anyway, it was it was just charming. I've seen it three or four times. It's very it's like a hidden gem look at some of the greatest movie, but it's quite charming, Bella new expectant, especially for Christmas. You know when there's all the traditional classic movies. Fred causes a film. I think people should check out. I agree. Okay. Is that all this? That's lists. That was so snapping pop. They gonna give us a her ho ho ho ho much now of machine gun. All right. Well, that's it. Look happy holidays everyone here at Tony in the movie guy. We really do wish you guys a very happy Christmas. Yes. An very happy new year. But hopefully, we'll be able to get one more episode that before them we'll see the idea, and then we'll be into two thousand nineteen. I can't believe it. Crazy. Right. Okay. Well, that was fun. And you know, we actually I'll list quite different. I like lost you good. Who knows what what happened next year? We'll revisit Christmas movies again could just be tradition. Tradition. There you go. All right. Well, good night everyone. Goodnight seeing time. Thanks so much philistine to another episode of Tony the movie guy, the podcast are friendly reminders to please follow Oliver social media, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at Tony the movie guy, you can also keep up with Tony's most current movie reviews on Tony the movie dot com, and most importantly have a fun and safe Christmas. And you will see you in two weeks. But by.
"vince worn" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"What that is. Let's get on a business card. I wrote like, you know, so there would be a lot of material in the magazine that didn't have a byline that was me that was Bill banks. That was Vince Russo whomever. We were all just writing this stuff, and you know, occasionally. Chime in with Vince Russo and he'd be looking for a creative idea and couple of us with throw some ideas around we went to lunch one day. And he's like, I'm stuck for a main event is right after Austin wins the belt, and I remembered Vince instead of it because they used to do thing with a champion wins the belt of the pay per view the Monday night raw after that. He would be there to present the title to the new champion symbolic, well when Austin one, and he and I had done the interview before where I said do you want stone cold Steve Austin to win? Yes. Or no trying to put pin him on the spot. He's not just no attell. No Austin wins Vince comes down. He's wearing the belt around his waist. So anyway, I said to Rousseau. I remember Vince wearing that belt around his waist when he came down and give it to Austin. If I'm Steve Austin that's going to piss me off. So he had been talking about corporate champion, you want corporate champion, Vince. I think what you're saying is that you want to be the champion that you think your the corporate champion. So we'll do it this way easy way to the hard way, easy way. Is you face me tonight for the WWF championship? Hardly as I come back there, and I beat your ass right now. And so sure enough the batches made. So I tell this Rousseau and he's like, that's crazy. But I'll pitch it. And he went upstairs, Vince his office, and he pitched it, and that's what they did. So it was a real open submission kind of thing. There weren't a bunch of writers. It's amazing. How that's changed is hasn't it? I started there in ninety nine and my big famous debut promo which I watched now, and it's like my opinion doesn't matter. But people's say, it's classic. I wrote the whole thing myself no rehearsal. I went over it with Rousseau and rock. But Vince didn't know now everything is so meticulously. Detail, and and and gone through the ringer and approved in reapproved and rewritten wasn't the case back back in that time is only twenty years ago and your promos still holds up right? It's still holds up today. And I think that it again, you know, is one of the things that is lacking today in character development..
"vince worn" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Was you little packets of blue that you had everywhere. I was behind John. So I didn't get in. Everybody was in line for you haven't gotten any long time. Well, you know. But someone is going to get on the honeymoon here. So there's a catcher's mask doesn't make any sense later in the show. There's a fire invinci- office. Shane vents. Stephanie and test are there gasping for air and the show ends triple h cutting promo challenging McMahon to a match or if he wins Vince can't fire him or cut his pay any threatened to sue vents offense hit him. Of course, Vince is fine after that near death experience. Just a few minutes earlier. And fortunately, it wasn't testify as he Shane and Stephanie are on the ground again apparently having fallen downstairs. Pence runs away to see what's going on as the show goes off the air. But the fucker you guys even doing this point. Dammit you need to versions we need to ask questions. You don't give fucking answers. Ask questions. Okay. What does it mean? The. Oh, I used to piss them off too. But. That would be the answer to the question, man. You gotta ask questions. So the answer your questions, you gotta ask questions. This is this is dumb on the November twenty ninth raw Stephanie having our wedding party. And they're getting loaded somewhere in there may Aung and moolah double team male stripper, which is probably a treat and the guys brings champagne is in cahoots here with triple h little did we know they're going to spike his drink and later in the show tests would be triple h and eight minutes and twenty seconds. And then Vince wearing Vince McMahon mask is the referee triple h test pinned, but Vince wouldn't count so triple h decked him, and then Shane comes out and heads triplets with a chair test comes off the top and.
"vince worn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Americans who suffer from preexisting conditions we'll take us back to the darkest days in this country when abortion was criminalized women were prosecuted women guy women were designed denied access to contraception and the morning after pill these kinds of facts will arouse an enraged the american people just as they did on healthcare and that's the case we're going to make and the same tools the same means are necessary to give the american people voice and to persuade our colleagues they're going to have to answer to history this folks will be remembered long after everything else is forgotten including the next election i think that is certainly true at least according to the tenure of most members of the court senator blumenthal thank you for joining us my thanks to vince worn ellie williams analyst hogue up ahead donald trump missing key deadline as literally toddlers wait for reuniting with their parents we're going to hear from one of those moms and also this coming in during our our michael collins new lawyer speaking out with a message that may make the white house very nervous breaking news michael cohen's new lawyer lanny davis the longtime clinton ally is now speaking out in his first on camera interview and he says his client has made a quote declaration of independence from donald trump adding this is a reason that he said at the very end of the interview with mrs stephanopoulos that he took these contrary positions to mr trump we had previously said he would take a bullet for a comment i don't believe he would he would say today and the reason he said is i will not be punching bag as part of somebody else's defense strategy i've nick ackerman on the news as the saying goes here we go here we go i mean this is not good news for donald trump and if in fact michael cohen cro mag enters into deal with muller's office and actually has evidence relating to the russian conspiracy relating to the election campaign he is growing to be a very powerful witness mainly because he is somebody that can be corroborated by the millions of documents that they've already seized in that search warrants what if it has nothing to do with alleged russian collusion just michael cohen saying five or ten years ago i helped my client do something bad maybe illegal there's a think all the crime fraud exception to our privilege and i'm going to tell me about it what does that what does that on the scale probably not much because if it's five years ten years you're past the statute of limitations i think where he really has information is did he go on that trip to prague was he dealing with the russians he is the person that came up with the plan for the ukraine which was a key piece of what i think flynn is going to testify to about dropping the sanctions on russia and if he did go to prague or doing anything hinky abroad with regard to the election he knows it and donald trump probably and he knows and his lawyers all no it because they all went through this charade of looking at his records to determine whether there was anything covered by the attorney client privilege so they know exactly what michael cohen can say can't say now do you think that lanny is taking a few pages out of michael ovens book we seeing evolution in tv lawyering here i don't think so he hasn't really done that much he's made a few statements i mean michael avenue has was constantly on every single show he could get on was constantly doing kind of showman types of activities showing up at judge kimba woods courtroom to make statements even though he really didn't have standing there i don't think that's happening here i think for whatever reason michael cohen wants it to be known that he is done with trump that he is open to cooperate and i think he knows and he wouldn't be doing that unless he knows that he's got information that muller would be interested in and he knows that he can corroborate it with information that's in those record and that's a sub sub zip side of this one dollar trump's most loyal people his lawyer putting this message out through lanny davis tonight the lighter side is avenue has his fans and you risk being roasted on the internet you.
"vince worn" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"To be taken seriously but also shows the unusual era we are living in right now and clearly the intensity of many democrats opposition to this new nominee judge brad kavanagh who's making his way to capitol hill today for meetings working on the nomination all amidst reports that millions will be spent on this fight kavanagh's known for scholarly and strongly conservative opinions including sometime breaking with his own colleagues to stake out positions that are seen as conservative in prolife but what's interesting tonight is democrats not only looking at his ideology but to his alleged partisanship the line of attack is that his views just shift based on what the republican party wants democrats say cavenaugh with slashing partisan prosecutor when he worked for controversial independent counsel ken starr investigating bill clinton that was an entire probe of course built on the premise that president can be investigated while in office and which featured cavenaugh saying he was strongly opposed to giving the president and he break but after that case led to the impeachment of a yes democratic president cavenaugh moved onto a position welcomed by trump allies today writing president should generally be exempted while in office from criminal investigations and testifying along similar lines impeachment and then conviction take into account more than just the facts it wasn't just a simple question of whether there was violation of law committed but there were broader considerations for the country that has all the kind of munition democrats are seizing on right now to sing the president is most obsessed with is the muller investigation and cavenaugh is the strongest against such an investigation thinks that congress should pass this legislation to insulate the president from either criminal or civil processes while in office this seems to be the of all the people the most self serving person he could choose in order to protect himself from this criminal investigation a senate democrat four prosecute himself richard blumenthal will join me in just a moment on all this but i i want to bring an attorney vince worn who runs the center for constitutional rights former federal prosecutor williams and at least hope president of nero pro choice america which works with planned parenthood let me start with you is this the right tack there's a lot of reasons to go after this nominee potentially and what given the length of his paper trail and given all might be found when when the democrats actually take a look at it certainly they should take a look at his partisan background every partisan fight over potentially the last ten or twenty years if you notice he's he's been a bit player or a player to it so potentially that could be bush versus gore that could be questions over interrogation and detention and all of these are going to show up in his record so certainly it behooves the democrats in the senate to take a close look at his record and really see what they can find a lawyer i can't help but observe you didn't really answer the question is this attack that he is a rank partisan republican the right place to start yes or no as a place to start it is a place to start it is moving on vince same question for you and i know are certain issues that you organization works on and i should mention full disclosure many years ago i worked there at center for cautious rights but is this the right place to start i think it is the right place to start and there are a couple of reasons for this number one is that when donald trump says that he's gonna appoint somebody that's going to gut roe versus wade and obamacare we should believe him we also know enough about this president to be able to to into it that his game planet lease is to appoint someone who is going to give him a personally good outcome i think that is something that we can take to the bank the next question about whether cavenaugh is going to flip and mo themselves based on those those waters as a slightly harder question but based on his record i see nothing in his record that would show to me at least that he would not expand presidential power to the benefit of this president that he would not move forward a lot of the issues that donald trump thinks are really important and as such i think the president has essentially nominated his own savior his own savior.
"vince worn" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Jim and what my event sound like when he's trying to motivate someone while spotting them oh my god will first of all let's let's get this straight vinci's favorite day at the gym leg day of leg day so vince would never skip leg day just that's a that's a fact that's just dropping knowledge on you right there he wasn't gonna wear shorts that's what that what you saw in that match that's exactly what vince wears to the gym so it was real and that's what he wanted to portray was a real fight this is an interesting question because i feel like it gives the common narrative from wrestling fans at the time jason rights if they're selling outbuildings why was wwe losing money the ratings weren't beating nitro but they were still very good wouldn't advertisers still pay top dollar even though they were number two i never understood why they were close to going under when they were selling out arenas we weren't close to going under this point and i don't know that we were ever close to going under you know we had tough times and business probably a year prior right but this time you know hey we were still doing damn good business weren't close to going under so that was that's a a misnomer and a narrative that's just not true i think a lot of that comes from the meeting allegedly that vance had with bret hart september at that massacre garden show waste as heck can't afford the contract that's how you look and you look tober november december january february.
"vince worn" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"John andrews room why manage my manager took them will when he was out of his original agency and john adams was a tv guy eulogised on them he was on tv for twelve years he was all too syndicated shows because jeff get when we were best manage the business jeff galan hated the road jeff galan knew that if he had you it for tv and found to get you on a tv show for six years that was his flock law here when you talk to jeff brought the rhody gummy wanna hear about yeah i will hereby you'd be smart at the store and egypt down and that's where he did he made that kid one of his example but i met that care at the union it was called the union i saw slash there like a couple of times via battering you'd see vince worn out at night while open mike's with i met a bad for you that guy was swing is was hot newly walked out fuck and i saw him in vegas their forget this i i couldn't sleep you know las vegas i i i didn't really have we'd rogue been smoke weed shoygu got up a went for a walk i at money gambled ahead bail yemaneab be that i would eat the employee cafeteria we may lie so it isn't that the left over from the bears on a whole year oh with by a box of the turkey legs you like buffet ably used to have right overs love buffets when you were vegas is open the boy when they give you that guy three employees fucking dining room message thank you see cake with missing icing because some of these scrub differing you say that's always a real threeday that that's always a boost the economy career when he is gonna give me the old red meat that mafia meat but he is so fuck in hungary and it's free you don't give a fox.