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Fresh update on "wayne" discussed on Not Your Average Gun Girls

Not Your Average Gun Girls

07:11 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wayne" discussed on Not Your Average Gun Girls

"And here we are, back at white WLS. Kendall Jones. And I keep running my truck. I'm fond of my favorite. People in the entire family. And I got to hang out with Kendall two weekends in a row. 'cause we were not fair. I know. Why didn't you come? You know, kids, but then I went to business conference and I just missed it. I'll let it slide. I know. But me and Emily had fun. I know. I watched your videos. I kept up with all of it. I felt, you know, I had fomo. You can live through us. I did. I learned, I learned some things about the outdoors world. I learned about noodling. So I had which I had one idea of when we were talking about it. And then I can tell you afterwards, after I got home and actually saw what it was. Isn't it just catching a big fish? So Hannah and Jeff baron were there. And we all went to dinner one night, Emily was there with us. And of course noodling got brought up. And so we were talking about noodling because they've been trying to convince me to go for like four years. Zero desire. Yeah, I'm like still teetering, but I think I'm almost there. If they get me there, I'm like, I don't know. Okay, so explain what noodling is. So basically, I mean, I've never done it, so I don't know all the details, but I think I know what it is. Go like on the river likes and catfish have like holes in there. And you go underwater, you swim underneath, like it could be like 6 foot, 5 foot, I don't know. And no goggles or anything. And that's when we put your arm in a hole and you let a catfish just wrangle it and then you wrestle a catfish and you pull it up and then you just look like a total break. Right. So part of it. We're talking about this dinner and then I'm like, wait, you don't have any, I'm talking to Jeff and Hannah, and they're like, no, they just grab onto your arm. And they're like, if you want to know how it feels, go to your car, put your arm in the door and just slam it a bunch of times. And I'm like, yeah, no thank you. And then Jeff pulls out his phone. He's like, this is what my arm looks like. And it's like a ring of teeth. Skin. It's like really bloody. Yeah, you're putting your hand in its mouth. But they have teeth. I don't know if it's like teeth. But whatever it is, it's like bruising them. I know like bass have like ridges, like rigid, so I'm sure if it's swirling around your boot. Compelling this fish to bite your arm. So they're basically stuck your arm down its mouth. So you give someone came into your house on one, and you chewed up. Fighting. Okay, this is making worse. So those are blue cat. Okay. You're talking about slamming the door. Apparently they're more aggressive this year. I didn't even get one. I'm not like that. I mean, you were very adventurous, Kendall. And you invited us to go bow hunt. And we can have them. Are these two, all right? I will. I will eventually, like, what I want to do is I want us to do the same hunt that I did in California. I want to go horseback hunting. Do you have horses on your land? I do, but I'm allergic. I have to take benadryl all day. How did you not get to sleep? I don't know. I was so excited. I was forced back hunting, but we rode horses all day. And I attribute this to you because I would have I had zero desire to go hunting ever. But I start thinking about it after our episode with me was like, maybe like, what could I actually shoot? You know? I can go hog hunting or whatever. But I want to get the whole girl gang together and let's go and say you loved it. I loved the experience. It wasn't just like the hunt. The shooting of the animal. It was the entire experience. It was the sitting around the fire at the end of the day. And, you know, drinking delicious tequila and it was just like and just telling campfires and then waking up like did y'all wake up early and go out and do rack of dawn? Like there was 30. It was 30° outside and this morning and so it was everything. But did you get a hear wildlife come to life? Yes. I think that's why it's been a beautiful favorite thing about waking up because I hate waking up early. But if I wake up early to go hunting, I think that's the coolest thing. You literally hear the nocturnal animals go to sleep and then you get to hear the birds and the rest of wildlife and literally the world like cars and stuff. You hear them like come to life. So I think it's the coolest thing. It's like that whole experience wrapped together. I was like, I got to go do this again. And I want to do it. All my Friends to cover the experience. Were you in the middle of nowhere? Did you get to see all the stars at night? Yeah, so we were literally in a cowboy rant, like they set up the white ball as a dude ranch. Up in the middle of it was on a 77,000 acre ranch up in the mountains in California, so there is nothing obstructing your view. I've never done that. It was like we could go recreate it. And I'll help you put it, I don't know how to build a white wall tank, but you know, we were glamping. I know. It was just an incredible experience. It was a lot of fun. And I think I even called you before, and I was like, I don't know what to wear. I don't know what I can take legally into California, you know? But we got that figured out. So what did it come down to? So you borrowed? Did you ended up having firearm options there? And so I went with the Henry arms over under lever action. I forget what caliber. It's a three 50. Three 57 is a handgun run, right? Don't get me lying. I don't know. I don't know. It was a rifle and it was. And I was like, I was like, if I do in this cowboy experience, I gotta have the cowboy, I gotta have the John Wayne gun. Absolutely. Get me that one. That's one thing that is so hard about guns and I just want to tell the audience because I think it can be so overwhelming. Calibers, there's so many numbers. There's so many brands. They all have so many different numbers. They're it's so confusing. So you're not alone when you're under her hands. Like, what is all this? Nope. And don't even get me started on shotgun. Yeah. My dad tries to explain the load and the spread and the weight of the pellets and I'm just like, I have to have different ones to go kind of different. Yeah. But you also need different ones to shoot like clay. But then if you put a choke on it, well that makes sense. That have different patterns. That is so confusing. It's so confusing. Can someone just give me one that's like? Yeah, yeah, I'll be ready. Exactly. So last time we talked to you, you were on a little self journey. I think I still am..

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Online diary: Buffalo gunman plotted attack for months

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

Online diary: Buffalo gunman plotted attack for months

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10 killed in attack at Buffalo supermarket

AP News Radio

00:02 sec | Last month

10 killed in attack at Buffalo supermarket

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This Is Not Your Father's Oldsmobile Anymore

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

This Is Not Your Father's Oldsmobile Anymore

"Me when I used that expression to my never Trump Republican elite friend, this is not your father's oldsmobile anymore. It dawned on me. Aha. Because that's what they want. They want their dads, oldsmobile, again. And it's gone. It has left the highway. Never to be seen again. There is a new sheriff in town, and it is an America first agenda that does not care about cozying up to the special interests of the Republican country club goers. The elite crowd, in fact, what got me thinking about this was my friend joked and said on this Tucker Carlson episode about the D masculinization of men and incidentally, if what is promoted in Tucker's new documentary is true, he'd be right. Because if men are really getting tans down there, well that ain't exactly John Wayne, okay? I'm not sure a man feels a need to get a suntan down there where the sun don't shine.

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Mike Bossy, Islanders great, 4-time Cup champion, dies at 65

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Mike Bossy, Islanders great, 4-time Cup champion, dies at 65

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Ginsburg's art, fur coat, awards in auction to benefit opera

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Ginsburg's art, fur coat, awards in auction to benefit opera

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Stars move closer to top 8 in West, end Caps' point streak

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Stars move closer to top 8 in West, end Caps' point streak

"Group they had scored two power play goals in the stars propped up their playoff hopes by downing the capitals three to two it's nice to get some power play goals here because it's been struggling a little so it was nice to see that we we we got it going today and yeah it's nice to score but sometimes it is just can score it's tally less than six minutes after Alex so vets can tied it for the caps vets can join Wayne Gretzky as the only players with twelve forty goal seasons J. gotten you're protected the lead while Dallas was out shot fourteen to two in the third period I think you're finished with thirty six saves and Alexander Radulov also scored for the stars the stars one for just the second time in six games and moved one point back of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference I'm the ferry

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Documents Reveal Feds Paid Media Outlets to Praise COVID Vaccines

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:22 min | 4 months ago

Documents Reveal Feds Paid Media Outlets to Praise COVID Vaccines

"Cut 23 doctor Robert Malone, we have clear evidence the government has invested over $1 billion in marketing vaccines. And explicitly the CDC is acting as a political arm. It has weaponized public health for political purposes on the part of the federal government. Furthermore, governed in scientists as you know, we now have because of freedom of information act, the reveal that the government, this administration, this executive branch has invested over $1 billion in promoting these narratives in social media and in the legacy media. $1 billion, so first of all, Ron DeSantis held some sort of summit looked like something out of Wayne enterprises like bat cave where everyone has their own Zoom call and they did this really bizarre thing where the whole wall was like everyone's face on the Zoom call. Just really hope that no one had a, it's the guy from CNN that had that moment. You know what I'm talking about? Just hope that didn't happen. Toobin, Jeffrey toobin. Rochelle Walensky comes out, she says, look, science, it's gray. It's not black and white. So now she tell us that science has nuance, play cut 14. And then maybe the other thing I'll say is this area gray. And I have frequently said, we're going to lead with the song and science is going to be the foundation of everything we do. That is entirely true. I think public heard that as science is full science is black and white, the science is immediate and get the answer. And then we make the decision based on the answer. And the truth is science is great. And science is not always immediate. And it sometimes it takes months and years to actually find out the answer. Oh, really? Science is gray, like maybe the vaccine doesn't work for everybody or the vaccine might have adverse events, or maybe the vaccine actually might have resulted in some people dying or azithromycin or hydroxychloroquine or prozac very well could have helped people with COVID. Now, what doctor Robert Malone was talking about is a $1 billion going into legacy media companies to prop up the vaccine. There is going to be a steady flow of information the media does not want you to talk about our cover. Around all of this, coming out in the coming days, weeks, months and years.

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Trash Day (MM #3987)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trash Day (MM #3987)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason now normally for us, trash day is Mondays. So on Sunday Night we put out the garbage can. They're supposed to pick it up sometime Monday. It used to be 9 ten, 11 o'clock in the morning. Now sometimes two, three, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, or not even on trash day. We have a problem with trash collection here in Nashville. It's one of the companies that we've hired out. We don't have our own trash collection service here in Nashville. We subcontracted. Well, they're having a problem. Of course they're saying it's a labor problem. They don't have enough people to drive, but how many people do you encounter on a trash route? Or you need somebody to drive the truck and they don't even get out of the truck, they just have one of those mechanical arms that grab the trash bin and put it in the back of the truck. I know it's not that bad here. Like last week it was supposed to be picked up on Monday. And I think they finally showed up on Thursday or Friday. I don't remember which day it was. In Fort Wayne, I've got friends who live there and they're sometimes weeks in arrears from their trash collection. From what I understand it may actually be the same company, which is sort of regional sort of not good. They obviously have some problems. We'll see what happens tomorrow with trash collection. But I have a feeling we could be waiting a few days.

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Trash Day (MM #3987)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trash Day (MM #3987)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason now normally for us, trash day is Mondays. So on Sunday Night we put out the garbage can. They're supposed to pick it up sometime Monday. It used to be 9 ten, 11 o'clock in the morning. Now sometimes two, three, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, or not even on trash day. We have a problem with trash collection here in Nashville. It's one of the companies that we've hired out. We don't have our own trash collection service here in Nashville. We subcontracted. Well, they're having a problem. Of course they're saying it's a labor problem. They don't have enough people to drive, but how many people do you encounter on a trash route? Or you need somebody to drive the truck and they don't even get out of the truck, they just have one of those mechanical arms that grab the trash bin and put it in the back of the truck. I know it's not that bad here. Like last week it was supposed to be picked up on Monday. And I think they finally showed up on Thursday or Friday. I don't remember which day it was. In Fort Wayne, I've got friends who live there and they're sometimes weeks in arrears from their trash collection. From what I understand it may actually be the same company, which is sort of regional sort of not good. They obviously have some problems. We'll see what happens tomorrow with trash collection. But I have a feeling we could be waiting a few days.

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Trash Day (MM #3987)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trash Day (MM #3987)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason now normally for us, trash day is Mondays. So on Sunday Night we put out the garbage can. They're supposed to pick it up sometime Monday. It used to be 9 ten, 11 o'clock in the morning. Now sometimes two, three, 4 o'clock in the afternoon, or not even on trash day. We have a problem with trash collection here in Nashville. It's one of the companies that we've hired out. We don't have our own trash collection service here in Nashville. We subcontracted. Well, they're having a problem. Of course they're saying it's a labor problem. They don't have enough people to drive, but how many people do you encounter on a trash route? Or you need somebody to drive the truck and they don't even get out of the truck, they just have one of those mechanical arms that grab the trash bin and put it in the back of the truck. I know it's not that bad here. Like last week it was supposed to be picked up on Monday. And I think they finally showed up on Thursday or Friday. I don't remember which day it was. In Fort Wayne, I've got friends who live there and they're sometimes weeks in arrears from their trash collection. From what I understand it may actually be the same company, which is sort of regional sort of not good. They obviously have some problems. We'll see what happens tomorrow with trash collection. But I have a feeling we could be waiting a few days.

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"wayne" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"But I'll tell you something. I always say the good ones go first. I tell you. He was such a sweetheart and I was very thankful that he agreed to do that little tiny part in Wayne's world. He was a friend of mine in the clubs. We used to always hang out..

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Ryan Helfenbein of Standing for Freedom Center Describes BLM's Biggest Mistake

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Ryan Helfenbein of Standing for Freedom Center Describes BLM's Biggest Mistake

"Take you back. If you're open recall in the summer of 2020, the biggest mistake that the, and I'm talking about the organization called Black Lives Matter incorporated. The biggest mistake they ever made was they named they named men in the nuclear family as the biggest enemy, right of their whole project. They named capitalism. They named nationalism. They knew all these other things. But they literally were attacking and you imagine that this includes black fathers, right? So Black Lives Matter made that mistake. Right now you're seeing within sort of this woke movement and narrative, this attack on evangelicalism and this attack on masculinity. Like those two things are the biggest problem. And the endgame, if anybody's paying attention to any of this, what is the one thing you need Eric to have a cultural revolution that is socialistic that is inherently Marxist and anti God? What do you need? You have to kill religion. You have to kill religion and you have to kill families. The most cohesive structures of any society, the atoms of society are the family and the church. If I can, if I can basically tear those things apart, then I can have a cultural revolution. I can do what Mao Zedong did in China. I can get rid of the four olds. And so this Jesus and John Wayne, which, by the way, I think it's that Calvin college, the professor that writes this, I don't want to give any more attention to Calvin is pretty woke, dude. I mean, it's really breaks my heart that some of these schools have just like they got a wobbly and they slid off the table. I don't know why parents send their kids there anymore, but it's crazy. But they identify you. They identify Franklin Graham. The founder of this school, doctor Falwell, and many others, you guys are the real problem, right? And it's all very obvious that I'm a woman hater. I'm a woman hater. Yeah, it's pretty obvious. Well, think how crazy this is because you have I know how many black men do I know and how many women do I know who are more hyped up about this stuff than I ever could be.

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Tal Heinrich: Thomas Sowell, John Wayne Featured Among 'Heroes of Liberty' Books

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 5 months ago

Tal Heinrich: Thomas Sowell, John Wayne Featured Among 'Heroes of Liberty' Books

"Reliance but we don't preach We educate by showing by telling a real story of real heroes You know what Pete comments told for example The national treasure right I mean my favorite By the way my single a guy who's changed my life to all Thomas so I will be just ironically right before you came on the air We played a Thomas soul clip not even for this segment Totally unrelated but go ahead Thomas soul And so a black man who was born into poverty in the south never asked anyone for shortcuts or favors in life And he made his way up to become one of the greatest thinkers of our nation through education and self reliance I mean this is exactly the answer to the very trendy CRT perception of equity not equality that is everywhere now or John Wayne latest publication is undone Wayne and actor who always stood for dignity and fair fight and doing the right thing resilience I mean did you know Dan that he made more than 200 films And he never agreed to appear in the scene in which he should someone in the back No I didn't know Well see tall we're talking a tall Heinrich about her book series heroes of liberty No I didn't know that and you know why Because that's not the kind of thing you would hear from lefties who hate John wait That's

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'Good Kills' Author David Englehardt Is #1 in Christian Ethics on Amazon

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

'Good Kills' Author David Englehardt Is #1 in Christian Ethics on Amazon

"Show I'm talking to my friend David engel heart who has a new book out good kills God good and the sort. It's a funny thing. So many people buy books through Amazon and Amazon has all these subcategories so they tell you your number one in whatever obscure category no one ever heard of. My Bonham for book is consistently number one in systematic theology. What could be more strange and depressing than that? It's like I'm kicking Wayne Gruden's behind. Hey, no, it's kind of funny to me. And so your book or I think and my Luther book was number one in Christian popes. Not to be confused with all the other types of popes that are out there. But I mean, it's so bizarre. So your book, good kills, is smashing the competition and what category at this point too, but Christian ethics it's been smashing. Oh, Christian social issues and then Christian

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Hester, Ware, Andre Johnson 1st-year Hall of Fame finalists

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Hester, Ware, Andre Johnson 1st-year Hall of Fame finalists

"DaMarcus DaMarcus ware ware Andre Andre Johnson Johnson and and Devin Devin Hester Hester all all make make the the list list in in their their first first year year of of eligibility eligibility Hester Hester is is a a rare rare finalists finalists who who made made his his mark mark mostly mostly on on special special teams teams perhaps perhaps remembered remembered best best for for opening opening the the two two thousand thousand seven seven Super Super Bowl Bowl with with a a ninety ninety two two yard yard kickoff kickoff return return for for a a Chicago Chicago touchdown touchdown the the selection selection committee committee will will also also consider consider tackles tackles Tony Tony Boselli Boselli and and Willie Willie Anderson Anderson defensive defensive lineman lineman Richard Richard Seymour Seymour Jarrett Jarrett Allen Allen and and Brian Brian young young safety safety leroy leroy Butler Butler cornerback cornerback ronde ronde barber barber wide wide receivers receivers Torrey Torrey Holton Holton Reggie Reggie Wayne Wayne and and linebacker linebacker Sam Sam mills mills Zach Zach Thomas Thomas and and Patrick Patrick Willis Willis a a maximum maximum of of five five can can be be elected elected I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls

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US expands Pfizer COVID boosters, opens extra dose to age 16

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

US expands Pfizer COVID boosters, opens extra dose to age 16

"Eligibility eligibility for for covered covered nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine boosters boosters is is widening widening I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the food food and and drug drug administration administration has has cleared cleared a a third third dose dose of of Pfizer's Pfizer's vaccine vaccine to to people people as as young young as as sixteen sixteen if if it's it's been been six six months months since since their their last last shot shot hours hours after after that that decision decision the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention lifted lifted the the last last barrier barrier saying saying those those teens teens should should get get their their booster booster as as soon soon as as it's it's time time it's it's not not yet yet clear clear if if younger younger teens teens will will need need one one the the US US and and many many other other nations nations have have been been urging urging adults adults to to get get booster booster shots shots to to pump pump up up immunity immunity that that can can Wayne Wayne months months after after vaccination vaccination those those calls calls have have intensified intensified with with the the discovery discovery of of the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant the the Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine is is the the only only option option available available for for children children and and teenagers teenagers in in the the U. U. S. S. I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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FDA expands Pfizer COVID booster, opens extra dose to age 16

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

FDA expands Pfizer COVID booster, opens extra dose to age 16

"Eligibility eligibility for for covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine boosters boosters is is widening widening I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the food food and and drug drug administration administration has has cleared cleared a a third third dose dose of of Pfizer's Pfizer's vaccine vaccine to to people people as as young young as as sixteen sixteen if if it's it's been been six six months months since since their their last last shot shot that's that's an an initial initial step step the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention must must recommend recommend those those teens teens get get a a booster booster it's it's not not clear clear yet yet whether whether younger younger teens teens will will need need what what the the US US and and many many other other nations nations have have been been urging urging adults adults to to get get booster booster shots shots to to pump pump up up immunity immunity that that can can Wayne Wayne months months after after vaccination vaccination those those calls calls have have intensified intensified with with the the discovery discovery of of the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine is is the the only only vaccine vaccine option option available available for for children children and and teenagers teenagers in in the the U. U. S. S. I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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"wayne" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on TFG Truth

"I just believe though you always use the last election, right? I was everybody that listens to this knows who I voted for. It's not a surprise anymore, right? I was through and through for Donald Trump. I did that was my first big year with doing radio. I'll do an interview. I loved his personality personally. I know that's not a popular opinion. And I loved his policy. I was a big fan of Donald Trump. But that doesn't, you know, at the end of the day, he lost, and I had to go to work on Monday. Greater Wednesday, because the election was a Tuesday. So that's what I get being so ingrained like my whole life is politics now. It's all we do in this office is politics between radio and our clients. I mean, how many clients a week talked about politics? Every one of them? Right. It's what we're ingrained in, but at the end of the day, you got to just, you got to let it go and keep going. And that's what I get your point that it's emotional for them, but it's emotional for me too, right? But as long as you're able to take if I tell you, if I prove you wrong on a subject, right? As your, are you going to crumble as a person? Well, no, yes, that's right. No, I will not. That's the difference there. If you won't listen to you prove them wrong. Because you're destroying them. Right. When you start and you say, hey, this is the fact this is a factor like, you're too crazy for a man. They just walk around. Well, this gets to the point of saying something like, I hate you or saying I hate your behavior. I don't hate a person. I hate what they do. I hate that they might be a certain way. So if you never get past that though, if you are a trumper, I hate you. Right. Really? So there's no more conversation. If you do that, they're winning. If you hate somebody, because of their beliefs, that they're winning. No matter what the votes are. You know? But if you're wanting to take away like, see, I see things like this. If you want to take away my right to defend myself, you are an enemy to the nation. Period. There's no discussion about it. We have about hundreds of years of this..

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"wayne" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on TFG Truth

"What is the point of living if you never have to venture out into the darkness? If you're always in this little thing and you never get to do anything, what is the point of being? So Jerry, I taught one of my careers, I guess, and I early 30s into my early 40s. I was a teacher. And I would literally draw on the board. Listen, students, mostly like fourth, 5th graders, right? I draw a little circle and I would say comfort zone and I'd say, listen, right now, a lot of them were shy. They didn't want to say anything. They were embarrassed or whatever. What we need to do guys is make this circle of comfort zone bigger. You know, we're going to do that. You're going to get out of it once in a while. And every time you get out of it, we're going to make the circle bigger. And I think they're comfort zone is berate you know, call you names. They don't listen. They don't invent things. They don't build things. They don't think of things to do. They don't help people. Yeah, it's called socialism is what they want. Why do you want that up? 'cause I have a view on that actually. We had this whole demographic of people that are not contributing to society. They're getting hand out from the government and they're using their spare time to push political narratives. At the same time, men like ourselves are at work working 40 plus hours a week. You know, 5, 6, 7 days a week, 8, ten, 12 hours a day. By the way, the skill trades and the one ones I work with, it is very, very normal to work 7 days a week, 12 hours a day for months on end. We don't have a lot of time to be plugging into these politics. We want to go home. We want to kiss her king good night. We want to have dinner and then do it all again so we can actually provide for our families..

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"wayne" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Today, we have a gentleman I'd say that before a confrontation with then president candidate Joe Biden probably wasn't a household name, but Jerry Wayne, you are becoming a household name. So welcome to our podcast. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. And yeah, you know, I talk about labels. I actually, I'm so labeled as the auto worker too. And I don't know how to work or I don't know why they started saying that. The auto worker that carries a gun around. Yeah, yeah. He doesn't have any drills or anything. You're not even an automaker, but yeah. So I think that's a good place to start Jerry. So can you tell us a little bit about it, especially for people, maybe that have seen the videos or have not seen the video and have no idea what we're talking about here. Explain a little about that day and what happened and how that even came to fruition. That whole I'll call it confrontation between you and now president Joe Biden. Yeah, for sure. So first of all, I'm a mill ride by trade. So I work on I work all over the country. I just haven't did that plant that day, but I work on robots conveyors, nuclear reactors and turbines. And but for that day, we were putting in machinery for the Chrysler plant. And I was, I didn't know that Joe Biden was going to come in until about 7 o'clock that morning. That's when we have our safety talk. And then they came and said, hey, Joe Biden's going to be around ten 30. So I was working with a few apprentices and they were just doing some miscellaneous work. So I had a couple minutes to set side to myself, and I started to articulate a question that I would hopefully be able to ask the presidential candidate at the time. And I kept sending some rough drafts to my lady and I after about now ten rough drafts. I was like, I got the one that I want. So around 9 30 10 o'clock we started headed over there. And what they do is they actually tell you they say, hey, you guys need to keep working or even go see the presidential candidate. And of course, everybody's going to be like, yeah, I'm going to go see him. That's how they get people over there. You know? Neither work or not. That you double if you go and listen to Joe Biden. Right, right, right. And then there's a lot of people that like, they've never seen a news news station before or anything. There's a bunch of cameras out there and they're like, okay, we have all these shirts. And if you guys want to, one wants to wear the shirt, we'll get you behind the president of Canada, and I'll take pictures. They don't know his. They don't know his standings on anything. They just know there's a famous guy and they get to me in a picture with them. And that's how they rally back. That's correct. Give me up. So I'm over there. I'm like, all right, I just hope I get to ask you guys a question. If not, no big deal. I thought he was going to be like on a stand or something. I can give him a speech, but no, he came in there..

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NBA marks 75 years

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 7 months ago

NBA marks 75 years

"In marking its seventy fifth anniversary the development of the NBA reflects some social changes that have happened since nineteen forty six more from A. B. correspondent Norman hall NBA hall of Famer Wayne Embry who played eleven years starting in the late nineteen fifties says the sixties were dramatic because of racial tensions Celtics legend bill Russell was a social justice activists but Emery says the few black players in the league were at risk when you're on non guaranteed contracts if the ownership then like what you're doing or managed in like what you're doing you're gonna embrace who won an NBA title with Boston in nineteen sixty eight says opportunities for all black pro athletes expanded because the integrated Celtic lineup started racking up championships others were saw that happening and jumped on board Embry joined the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks in nineteen seventy one when he became the league's first black general manager he remains upbeat about the NBA the times are getting better keep getting better each year I Norman hall

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"wayne" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"But the reluctant to open up the economy's because they want to have deliberately taking a sledgehammer to the global productive economy And that's part of the plan you know so this this Crony baras masquerading behind that. That's the cover story for you. Know the big great reset that we keep hearing about so. There's no honesty in anything they do. It's all about deception and Bringing down the global economy. It's it's scarcity economics the shock doctrine mode ever again. I would like to cook in these days because after lights people Just to get them to have the jabal to not so much. Punish them but make them aware of what the needs to do to satisfy the government roles. I mean why. Count the doctors. Just say look. Have you know if you want it. Have it because of this problem. But have if someone's forcing you have state i mean it's not just travel Universities it's a lot of things you know that forcing you to have it is a disguise. Yes i wanted to. Yeah i wanted to ask you Your take on on this matter wayne. I'm there's too much Pressure being put on people to get the vaccine and oftentimes there doesn't seem to be any justification for it at all because you know someone might be an online teacher or working online. And they don't even have to have contact with their students but their institution or some kind of mandate is come down that requires them to get vaccinated even to keep their job or to receive their payments. Or whatever so the bullying is out. You know an unacceptable. It's clear bullying and people are being coerced and With no justification oftentimes so clearly. It's nothing to do with health. And we can you know just clearly state that it has nothing whatsoever to do with health and given that these oxygenated people the fully vaccinated are deemed to be super spreaders the inventor of the technology..

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"wayne" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:05 min | 9 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Welcome to the propaganda report. This is monica. Peres with my co-host brad. Brinkley very special guest. Who will for sure be talking about things that are absolutely top of mind for everyone right now. This is wayne rhody he. Hey wayne how you doing. I'm doing fine today. I'm just wonderful. I'm.

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"wayne" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"wayne" Discussed on In The Pews

"Father wayne hello. Welcome to in the pews. It's good to have you happy to be here. So you're given name isn't wayne is it. Know what is your your full guinea. Clang mainly when min lee okay. Let's close enough really. Yeah as one mainly clang min lee okay. Oh there's a tone to it. Yes because his enemies. Okay okay and your parents are from vietnam. Guests cracked okay. Do they grow up there. Yes okay and then how about you. i was born in malaysia in a refugees camp. That's where my family was. Moving out from. The country landed air assayed for five years. Had me and then. I came to america when i was to in my younger brother was born in eighty nine so wild so i've been here since i was two. Wow so your parents must have really amazing refugee stories. Her they probably do. I just never asked. You haven't ever really asked them. Yeah they never took the initiative talk on their own to either so maybe you can sit down with them. One of these days in you know maybe recorded i understand. You're you know you're you're pretty savvy with a with a camera and in technology and all that maybe one day so they haven't told you any at all no no not really even when they lecture you know no none of that you kids should appreciate what you none of that stuff really. Yeah okay did you. Grow up catholic No i didn't realize. I was even catholic until i was in eighth grade when my mom just decided to take church and then i receive first communion at eighth grade so yeah never really faith filled family. Life was never really there. Okay so when did you have the first thoughts of entering the seminary becoming a priest. I guess the first thought will be after my confirmation retreat. I had a great spirit experience in my confirmation retreat and it was my very first time that really why thought was will.

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"wayne" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"wayne" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"I speak a blessing. A contiguous blessing over cherry hill. I believe god is going to do something. Amazing even the more where we were weak. God's going to strengthen this where we were torn down. He's going to build us up where there was confusion he's gonna keep us peace. He's the kind of guy and a. We are grateful. That's benediction pastor. Aaron hannah at south church on the six hundred block of cherry hill road we originally met him back in two thousand seventeen. The hits out of the blocks or in a moment hair personalities barbershop was a mainstay on the six hundred block of cherry hill road. Back in twenty seventeen. That is where we met. Wayne bruton who you're going to hear from near the end of this segment from our original episode on the block. The segment starts with the owner of the shop. Keith person being a barber one of the most important things you have to learn is to be able to listen is keith person. I am fifty years old. And i am the owner of hair personalities. Barber shop here in charge of community. I was born and raised in his community school here and half the high school i went into the service. When i came out of the service i interviewed with a guy named to heaven who longed her father shop at that time about four years. I worked with mr head. Unfortunately and about the fifth year i got into to draw. It took me down some dogwoods and because of my struggle. I see to do better in my life then. It pushed me to pour myself out of this situation. I was in. And that's when i came to know the truly was god people who used to maybe do things that were unpleasing.

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"wayne" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"wayne" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Seven now yogi ops to go with seaver now. I haven't spoken to anybody on the on the ball club. Who thinks that yogi made the right decision. Well you know he's the manager right manager and and it's like in and hey we all know seaver we've all seen him fetched before on three days rest. I mean he's he's done it before. It wasn't the first time. But right. But and i mean this is you know. It's the end of the season. I mean you know you guys are tired. Arm's retired and and i don't know it's i don't know i guess you'll just want to get it over with. He wanted to put his best out there and just get it over and closed him out. Yeah close out again. I don't give them a chance. Don't let them you know get momentum and come back that last game you know. I mean he wanted to close them out and and it backfired and the other thing too. Is you know. I was the last out i made the last out and everybody says that willie. Mays should've pinch it for me. And right. yeah that's and they and they say that to you know well it's all hindsight it is. That's what makes the game. Great wayne is arguing stuff like that. And why would you put up a forty two year old willie mays too bad for wayne garrett in in that spot a another Another great Vanek attention right there. That's for sure out. I mean i you know i didn't have. I hit two home runs. Hit two home runs in the series right. I think those i know. I think those were the only hits that i had really. I mean and striking out a lot and all that it was but you know that's it was what it was. That's it and i mean you know you. You have to go with gut feelings. And yeah and yogi went with his got feeling. I mean hey then work out. But he thought what he did was the the best thing and pigeon saver. He thought that that was the best thing. I'm sure that he talked over would rube walker as pitching coach. And and they agreed on it and they talked to seaver and seaver felt good and they went for it right..

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"wayne" Discussed on Mobbed Up: The Fight for Las Vegas

Mobbed Up: The Fight for Las Vegas

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"wayne" Discussed on Mobbed Up: The Fight for Las Vegas

"Managing your company's risk is a tough job. but you don't have to do it alone at pro group management. We are with you all the way. The leader and workers comp programs for self insured groups in nevada programs teams here to work for you from establishing safety standards to helping you find the best coverage for your company. We are with you every step of the way cutting red tape and monitoring regulatory changes so you can focus on your business. Group management has been helping nevada businesses for over twenty years. Let us help yours find out how to have pro group management work for you. Visit our website at pg envy dot com to receive a free cost savings analysis. Now that's pgn. V dot com or. Call our las vegas office at seven. Zero two seven four zero forty-three eighty pro group management workers. Comp that works for you. From las vegas review journal studio welcome to season two of mobbed up the fight for las vegas presented by progressive management additional sponsorship provided by l. cortes and a golden steer a heads up before we get started mobbed up contains explicit content such as obscene language and depictions of violence including murder. Please be advised that this podcast might not be suitable for all audiences. It's a moment of jubilation for wayne newton as he appears before the nevada gaming commission carson city on september. Six nineteen eighty. The midnight idol has just been approved as the new co owner of the aladdin. Hotel newton had drawn applause in the packed hearing room when he said he wanted to make the aladdin a quote shining star instead of a black cloud and gaming commission chairman. Harry reid told his colleagues. I don't see anything that we do today. That's going to tarnish the image of gaming in nevada. The commissioner kicked out the aladdin's previous owners. Some executives were convicted in federal court of allowing the detroit mad hidden management over the casino but as newton left the room with his longtime lawyer. Frank farren cough. The smiles on their faces were quickly. Erased were confronted by nbc star investigative. Reporter brian ross and his producer. Ira silverman mr newton. Mr newton news reports at the time described the approach as an ambush fan. Cough remembers it. Well we were watching out of the commission room walking down a hallway to go out to my car and brian. ross. And i r- silverman showed up sticking a microphone and wayne's face saying how 'bout pinocchio making these allegations that he was a front so the mob the mob money. I mean just yelling and screaming. We know penalty was a well-known reputed mafia figure who had made death threats against newton and his daughter go away earlier in the year. Fan com says newton was getting angrier and angrier as ross stuck a microphone in his face and peppered him with questions under the lights. So the camera about kalsi made to pelosi farren. Cough thought ross was trying to provoke newton into doing something dramatic for the camera even striking the reported and i sit weighing keep walking keep. Walking member wayne was black belt. Blackbelt was afraid. Who's gonna turn wagon. And they follow us all the way out to my car and i you know i got wayne in the car and i said don't do any. Don't.

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"wayne" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"wayne" Discussed on Meditative Story

"And cowan jolly every morning. We make formula and feed them before going to school when it comes time to shower them off a caf club day we furiously biden scrubbed them. Then we parade around the ring. We don't win anything but we are so proud of is cows and how we fit in the mind after school. I do the laundry with stephen of us. There is a lot of laundry when i'm sixteen. Mom doesn't get jason street cluj anymore. After i wash nightclubs attend them inside at an on them. I don't think anyone has asked me to do this. I just want to make him more comfortable at home. For the last three weeks of alive his friends and family bustle around and i watched news is coming together. Mole fainting kipah her. She doesn't want kids to say you're dawn. So she was sitting with a friend though i she won't. She is just thirty seven years old throughout that experience. Dr a nashes integral to a family. In fact optimum dies the doctor rekha means me from my piss jaw which had sixteen is working as a bank teller. The pretty colored a job a methodist. I the local priest who lives down the street scenes me a telegram. He could have just passed me. Not but he sends a telegram and capable leaders. That says congratulations. And we're not even careful it. That's contra community helps drives me. i'll always remained with the support in the faith. People having the pride a slutty bill. That's a lot. Let's pay with wayne as he takes a pause breathing in the beauty of community beating out the sadness of loss beating in the kindness of others. Breathing apt.

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"wayne" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"wayne" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"What does Wayne Kohl's life look like May 6th 2026? Robert ask this question. The harder question to my kids all the time. I never had asked to me, that's funny. Well, I'm asking it now. You know what? And that's, that's a great question. I never get stumped and this is loud too. So, you know, you, you know what I see me. Honestly. When travelling the world. Given given talks and maybe book signings and holding maybe lectures just being the best version to me. You know, I see me off You know, staying better in touch with you so I guess maybe, you know, doing a joint talk, have a buddy, Luke who is a cancer survivor and and we talk all the time, you know? Just right now, our message across, I see us doing a big thing with, you know, cancer research and you know, awareness mental health awareness, maybe after the hold my child maybe on I don't know radio or television you know talking about sports Maybe going back to my schools and you know donating having a non-profit. So hold me to this route. Oh, I will having a successful business and again just be a better way in cold and I was that previous day but it just poured out everything before I expired and it's probably as many people as I can and everything and my wife. Now we're getting too big-headed never get into high to low..

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"wayne" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"wayne" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Transformation radio community on the show, my guests are amazing people who are forces for good in the world around them and live a life of transformation I guess. Today does just that today, Wayne Cole and I discussed how everyone is a celebrity and deserves to be highlighted. So if you want to know why all stories matter why someone out there may need to hear your story and learn why you want to hear their stories to. This is a show for you. Wayne Cole has a professional counselor, Mentor, coach, reporter journalist writer author. Yes, there's more and founder of everybody as a celebrity podcast and a community servant. It's just a bulb. A few of all the things that he does. He cares deeply about mental health by young, people leading him to obtain a PhD in mental health. While also being diagnosed with depression himself, there are 7 billion people. World and his hope is to touch all of them. And today, we're going to share Wayne story, Wayne welcome to life transformation radio. Thank you rob. That.

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"wayne" Discussed on Filter Free Amerika

Filter Free Amerika

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wayne" Discussed on Filter Free Amerika

"Filter Free America listeners. Welcome back to another exciting. An action packed packed episode of the filter. Free America podcast disclaimer. There is absolutely no excitement or action in this episode but we do have is a very interesting conversation. So what's this episode about. I will tell you if you have ever wondered what kind of interactions or had between in your favorite famous person or pro athlete and their limo. Driver this is definitely the episode for you. The guest is my friend in comedian median Wayne Bernstein and along with being a hell of a guy and a funny comedian Wayne also used to be a limo driver. Wayne did this job back in the late nineties and he has a huge collection of both interesting funny bazaar and some disturbing stories related to his time as a professional limousine driver. And he's GonNa share them all right here With us with you with me together and one group. Some of the stories included include household names names including Randy Moss and the Reverend Billy Graham but also so plenty of stories about just average old. Nobody rich people and even people pretending in wanting to appear as if they were rich. Now caution though. I want you to know if you're a sports fan especially a sports fan of people from Right here in the twin cities vikings players twins players. What have you some of these stories? I.

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"wayne" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

16:57 min | 2 years ago

"wayne" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"The titans go Yeah hello then everyone welcome back to tighten talk the titans podcast I'm one of your co host Charles Skaggs back in Titans Tower once again ready to talks DC Universe Titans with my fellow Co host my fellow Titan Talker in one of my longtime friends Jesse Jackson. How're you doing Jesse I am great Charles I appreciate you guys letting me back after excellent job nick did in backing us up he is I know he talked about he felt like he had been pulled from the minor leagues into majors but there is nothing minor league about nick he is amazing and I appreciate him joining you and talking about a really great episode though I do have a little bit of disappointment to share Oh what's that oh I'm listening to the episode and go okay Charles mentioned that I said I'm going to be disappointed unless somehow miraculously connor jumps in the air her catches Jason and saves him but we know that's not GonNa happen well I figured he would talk about that when you got back okay so I specifically went back to the old episode and I said Okay I did say that night and I so I have to of credit to the Titan writers they did more than I expected them to really quickly connor was amazing I think I agree with everything you and Nick said The actor who played Connor Naser Judgment Orca yeah he was perfect e was amazing and she's we're going to talk about it in this episode right I mean as much as I have been reluctant to them add new characters I have to say they've kinda showed me hey just a you don't know what you're talking about trust us we know what we're doing because I thought it was a seamless addition I didn't feel like it was they had taken us off the track I think it was a Kinda needed backstory to get where we're going and so I was really happy and loved hearing you talk about it well thank you very much and I was I was worried that nick's going to be so good that you and him are going to just act just replace me because you know you're just like oh he's so awesome so so so in case everybody's wondering what Jesse's talking about we're talking here at episode forty three we're GonNa talk be episode Bruce Wayne in the latest in the horrible -Ly Uninteresting episode titles so at this point Charles this has to be there stick Yes oh yeah I think that this is they're they're like okay you know what like America always dame their albums with The album titles are we started with and h n even when they did their greatest hits they call it America history and and when they put out a new album when the there was a it was Trilogy and when one of them left that first album without him they named it silent letter album so and and then you know like Chicago named their albums just you know one two three so how boring was that well and then you know I cannot think of the lady the mystery writer but as rally regret yeah so I mean this is not unprecedented to have a stick on the so it is kind of now tongue Ligo Ono another horrible title but I do think this one had a little twist to it and I think we'll talk about that in a lie yes this year we will so so yeah this is Bruce Wayne the seventh episode of Season Two released on October Eighteenth Twenty Nineteen gene written by Brian Edward Hill who's written for season one I forgot to write down the episode that he wrote in but he wrote for season one the Kiva Boltzmann who's one of the executive producers of Titans and By the way for those out there and podcast land you can't see yours truly he's wearing his spiffing new titans shirt that he got from DC universe so rocking that one ready to talk some titans in the Kia has a very Akiva yeah yeah Akiva there he has done some things that people do not love as a director writer as a writer writer yeah but as you know he did Hank and dawn he sent a couple of star trek discovery he's done some fringes so you know he's got a few chops as a director and he's one of the executive producers in Star Trek Card so I was glad to see him do this and I thought he did a great job at directing it yeah I think my my issue with Akiva Goldsman isn't his directing or is executive producing it's his writing if you've ever watched the lost in space movie that pretty much sums up exactly everything wrong with the Kiva Goldman's writing in my opinion this is my opinion but but Yeah so Batman Robin Yeah Yeah that's another one but Y-yeah yeah we could go down too long list of a AKIVA kamins failures as a screenwriter in my opinion so this the cast for this one obviously featuring the return of Iain Glen as Bruce Wayne gene although it turns out to be not exactly Bruce Wayne he's playing a little bit of a variation on a character because hey dick's hallucinating because apparently he's got some mental illness as it turns out we get of course Karan Walters is Jason Tasha orbited super boy genevieve agency an as return of Doctor Yves Watson so nick and I were talking about whether we'd see her again I said yeah we're going to see her again sure enough here she is committee or comed- As mercy graves Demar born at born barnes excuse me as winter green and we get just stroke he signed morale this is desperate but only in a really quick vocal cameo when he calls Dick Grayson so no real new guest stars in this one but but obviously a lot of people central to this season two storyline and I can't get what can't wait to hear your thoughts about it what what did you think about this when in general before he starting our topics so it I re watched it this morning I I ended up having some extra time and so Oh I knew there were some snarky nece that I wanted to capture so I ended up re watching it getting some favorite quotes I I don't I didn't love this episode as much as the others but I think this was an important stepping stone or building block in the story they're trying to tell and this is if the season is all about Dick's journey to be night wing and I think we could make that argument that's what this season is right this is an important step of you know the first step of any recovery every is admitting you have a problem and I think this episode was about Dick Coming to grips with you know monsters the JARC and the only way you can cleanse this wound is by leading cleaning it in letting sunshine in is that enough cliches there you it was just pretty much hit a ball on that one so yeah this this episode structurally seemed to be more are of kind of house cleaning with Dick Grayson's personality to kind of continue the shift from season one angry Dick in secretive Dick Grayson into having him deal with his past in order to set him up for his church yeah and he's GonNa become night wing so there's there's just so much baggage from the past and obviously it's affecting the Titans and Dick comes to this realization by the end of the episode and we'll talk more about it here in a minute that all this all their problems pretty much center around what he did back in the day and the repercussions of that and the secrets of keeping that and it's obviously complicated things it's affected all his relationships now Sir once he finally opens up the titans we'll find out exactly how they deal with it and react to him I'm guessing not great at first hopefully it'll work itself out so absolutely all right so if you're ready get into our main topics I have four this week no theme but it but I a couple of short one so it should even out hopefully topic number one right after that we have to talk about Dick and Bruce or Dick and in air quotes Bruce and quotes because turns out Dick Hallucinating and Bruce Bruce Wayne portrayed in this is not Bruce Wayne we know there's a lot of fun little Batman Jokes Throughout this episode but but it's not him apparently apparently Dick's guilt over his what he did is seriously affecting him mentally to the point where now he's experiencing hallucinations and maybe our man Grayson needs to go to a therapist of some kind. yeah I I did not take it as loose nations and and I think you're right I think it is loose nations but I thought of it as his you know his mental conscious in his his psyche trying to talk to him I did not lie could this Bruce Wayne Yeah and I'm glad to see that I mean this is the cliche Bruce Wayne that so you see sometimes the uncaring just cold hearted character and we've estate abolition the previous Appearances of the Real Bruce Wayne that that is not their relationship that is not there you've gone past that and he bruce truly loves Dick and he cares about him Dick loves and cares about him but in his mind Bruce Wayne rain is still the angry critic that he can't Satisfy and Bruce Wayne is gonNA point every flaw out that he has and if we wanted to do clever dialogue we could print the script and anytime its fans Bruce Wayne yes that's a great line up that's agreed line it does get all the great lands I captured two or three that when we get to that part but I thought in Glenn was amazing in this snarky role I mean the scene were he's there at the club and he's dancing with the Girls Zoe definitely talk about that in a minute yeah what did you think did you did you like this version of of what they're trying to show you know Bruce doing well I'd argue that this version of Bruce was actually how it wasn't it wasn't bruce per se it's how Dick Views Bruce absolutely I know early you know it's it's Gli Bruce Wayne through excuse me Bruce Wayne through the Dick Grayson filter yes and nine filter yes well you know just there's there's a lot of you know their baggage from their relationship over the years and so so essentially skews how Dick Views his mentor and essentially with with with this Bruce Wayne playing almost like a Jimmy cricket conscience to to Dick and how his reaction and to give him someone to to banter off of he kind of had to be an exaggeration bruce because because this version of Bruce says things so bluntly that it's not consistent with the actual bruce so you'd have to almost be in order to to give that insight into give that that that cutting criticism yeah I mean obviously bruce may actual Bruce Wayne could be very critical but but as far as personal insight goes bruce isn't that guy no and in fact this almost felt like and I don't know maybe I'm sharing too much myself but at times I'll have dreams wear a former boss or for someone in my life who and and in that dream they are so much worse than they actually were but you know they become an tinsel and I think that's I agree with you this is that a dick is not proud himself right now he is feeling the guilt of he losing accolade Garth is all come back the idea of Jason almost dying all the other things is just implemented this guilt and now then he's got his self hatred in the form of Ghost Wayne on on eleven on a scale one to ten yes at eleven assassination is all of that Yeah which obviously you know it. It's essentially Dick arguing with himself and and hitting on himself and even when there's this line where after Dick Walks off in the original tea Heightened leaves the tower while the others are in the kitchen that hallucination of Bruce Wayne kind of lingers and makes a reference that what did is experiencing is a psychic split yes so so essentially he's he's at war within itself and again this is.

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"wayne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"wayne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Yeah that three of the five really five we're looking at the fort wayne five avenue that's like x five hours in fort wayne wow yeah he called all right well i mean i'm not calling us authorizing is the same person talking so all right we gotta get control steve you have quite one greg cody they interview you yeah he had done that segment awhile back where you know interviewing get professional i thought you know what you got to foreign mcmahon joe so right in the you're who's the teacher thirty two rangers joe will be trapped delivers uniforms but he's gonna kinda zip up for a little bit and then when we get back to indiana thought he's gonna reach okay what do you guys rush first grader what what don't you gotta you gotta director question either tremors tonight although not trevor joe jesus which one side hollandsworth steve first see steve what do you see this is steve i go english high school english about that all right joe what do you teach a middle school science oh that's tough middle school that's a tough age i know my sons were both the whole when they were middle school is a tough age in the middle school is a who's the middle school teacher again eric eric air taxi on line three he's cocky heat fan if you wanna bring him in but i you do find it to be particularly challenging to to teach middle school age kids i do as you're i would kind of a bleep whole is well right also i feel like i've matured ever so slightly in now you know i i think i could understand the plight of kind of the ornery middle schoolers helps a little bit also a teachers who were male are in the minority right that is correct yeah it middle for sure would you estimated at a in your experience what eighty percent of teachers are female set about right yeah it gets a little bit more even as you grow older high highschool at my feet into more maybe more a sixty forty if i a teacher who has a plan on his desk a i you have you picked me well i have a plant in my room at on yeah this is a perfect opportunity to work trevor back in had the gardening questions what playing the teacher app on their desk trevor deborah who probably a nice little succulent in our little cactus you know i was thinking the same thing i was thinking succulent a in along the lines of maybe an aloe plant for example i have a question for trevor trevor i have a couple of succulents but they died is there a way to revive them someone told me the put him in the bathroom in the humidity from the bathroom will bring them back to life is that true for i don't know about that are you sure you don't over water them no i think it will be named jack i think they'd like to drop the day i think i would probably just throw those away and go back like load get another one like they dollars steve what's you're social media handles so we can get the win five altogether to other pieces in who's like what the hell's going on is that a tool box of some sort but that down whoever that is who was that i oh yeah that's that's that's my bad for you traffic every gardening the ghettos now i'm in truck i.

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"wayne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"wayne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"A it's close to work saw it's not very populated reminds me of like fort wayne indianapolis are what do we thinking in terms of people getting out there what do you mean like how many people like where is the city that you're gonna do in relation to other cities like how close is it in house forty then people will drive drive to go to europe event okay well fort wayne is it's about two and a half hours east chicago so i feel like if it really gives us out there we could get a lot of chicago traffic maybe sarahspain uncle yeah i don't think she's gonna go i'm just gonna be honest with each hoosiers furloughed toured a show come hoosier okay yeah yeah you guys start that are no no i'll tweet it out you guys yeah you're either way i'll find a location set a date will get this going i'm glad that plan is a motion you had a question about gardening yeah well greg cody always brings up gardening like he's like you know a profession gardner and he kinda flamed out on his soup segment so i was thinking he could starting gardening segment 'cause i just bought a new house in the last people had a garden so i thought obligated the garden that's a good idea i've got a couple of green some homes a great love of of gardening and growing in landscaping and all that stuff my my current yard is under total renovation innovation 'em but yeah i'm enthusiastic about that for sure try not trying to trying to pick out a a a flowering tree and i'm i'm sort of stuck a i might get a little jim magnolia might go elsewhere lots of think about really big any vegetable i do not grow vegetables 'em i in the past i have a i used to grow the the little a sweet a banana peppers 'em witcher yeah they're really good yeah i mean you couldn't you could eat them raw you could cook with them you could do a bunch of stuff but i haven't had much luck i'm growing eighty a a couple of pineapple plants at the moment so i'm looking forward to those maturing yeah i don't think that's grown indiana they might all they need is soiling son in a little bit of water i don't know why they wouldn't growing indiana 'em they're they're made for dry they're made for warm climates so during your winters a they might not grow but the rest of year i think they would greg i have a question yeah when you're when you're planting like fruit bearing trees you start from scratch like cedar do you buy one that already has some fruits onto then put it in the ground and hope that it takes and it grows i have never been into citrus three i don't do citrus i use they have they 'em in colorado tree that a drop the ton of our catos every other a season in an i couldn't eat enough out on so i cut down a tree 'em of you know mango trees you're good down here you know i'm talking about this climate were were in the nine to eleven a growing so obviously which is a lot of heat loss on a.

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