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I Think the Democrats May Have Had Enough of Joe Biden

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

I Think the Democrats May Have Had Enough of Joe Biden

"I think the left the Democrats may have had enough of Joe Biden. Is it possible? Let's start with our team. Let's go and reverse order from yesterday. Let's start with the newest member of the America first massive cohort we have here. John. Tell us. Is something changed or is it just saying what's ever? Is there anything changed? I feel there's new winds blowing in the swamp. I think. But do you think the left? So the thing I'm interested in, do you think the Dems have had enough of sleepy Joe? I don't think they can sustain any more of this. Now, the real question is, what do they follow it up with? What's the backup here? We've gone over that a couple times. There's not a lot there. Well, Hillary, come on. Wouldn't that be great? When you're pulling that one out of the bag, you know you're desperate. Okay,

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Bolton's fumble return sparks Chiefs' 28-24 win over Broncos

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Bolton's fumble return sparks Chiefs' 28-24 win over Broncos

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Bread Bags (MM #3944)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Bread Bags (MM #3944)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason for the most part, Nashville is still sort of shut down because of the snow 6 7 upwards of 8 inches in some places, and of course it keeps freezing over. We get the black ice. So most people are staying at home, which is a good thing. But of course, when I sit here and think about snow, I think about my younger days. Back in the days when I didn't mind snow quite so much. And it's funny. The one thing my mind turns to immediately is snow sledding. I think as a kid, sledding is the most fun part of snow. But the one thing I hated was my mother always made me put bread bags over my feet before I put my boots on. I sit there and look at a bread bag now I wonder how my feet ever fit into it. Of course I realized I wasn't a size 14 back in the day, but I still had big feet as a kid. I think I've been a size 9 and a half ten by the time I was in 6th grade or so. So a bread bag, they must have been bigger back then. Because I look at the bread bags now and there's no way they would ever fit over my feet. But it was to keep your feet dry, of course, and I'm sure there's more ways to do that now. But back then it didn't matter. It's going to shake my head because I don't think kids today, even though about putting bread bags on your feet.

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Bread Bags (MM #3944)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Bread Bags (MM #3944)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason for the most part, Nashville is still sort of shut down because of the snow 6 7 upwards of 8 inches in some places, and of course it keeps freezing over. We get the black ice. So most people are staying at home, which is a good thing. But of course, when I sit here and think about snow, I think about my younger days. Back in the days when I didn't mind snow quite so much. And it's funny. The one thing my mind turns to immediately is snow sledding. I think as a kid, sledding is the most fun part of snow. But the one thing I hated was my mother always made me put bread bags over my feet before I put my boots on. I sit there and look at a bread bag now I wonder how my feet ever fit into it. Of course I realized I wasn't a size 14 back in the day, but I still had big feet as a kid. I think I've been a size 9 and a half ten by the time I was in 6th grade or so. So a bread bag, they must have been bigger back then. Because I look at the bread bags now and there's no way they would ever fit over my feet. But it was to keep your feet dry, of course, and I'm sure there's more ways to do that now. But back then it didn't matter. It's going to shake my head because I don't think kids today, even though about putting bread bags on your feet.

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Bread Bags (MM #3944)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Bread Bags (MM #3944)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason for the most part, Nashville is still sort of shut down because of the snow 6 7 upwards of 8 inches in some places, and of course it keeps freezing over. We get the black ice. So most people are staying at home, which is a good thing. But of course, when I sit here and think about snow, I think about my younger days. Back in the days when I didn't mind snow quite so much. And it's funny. The one thing my mind turns to immediately is snow sledding. I think as a kid, sledding is the most fun part of snow. But the one thing I hated was my mother always made me put bread bags over my feet before I put my boots on. I sit there and look at a bread bag now I wonder how my feet ever fit into it. Of course I realized I wasn't a size 14 back in the day, but I still had big feet as a kid. I think I've been a size 9 and a half ten by the time I was in 6th grade or so. So a bread bag, they must have been bigger back then. Because I look at the bread bags now and there's no way they would ever fit over my feet. But it was to keep your feet dry, of course, and I'm sure there's more ways to do that now. But back then it didn't matter. It's going to shake my head because I don't think kids today, even though about putting bread bags on your feet.

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"z. bag" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday

Air Male with Robert Sunday

03:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"z. bag" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday

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Fauci: US should consider vaccine mandate for US air travel

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Fauci: US should consider vaccine mandate for US air travel

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The Question Journalists Fail to Ask Dr. Anthony Fauci

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

The Question Journalists Fail to Ask Dr. Anthony Fauci

"Go ahead It'll be measured by the level of antibodies that you might have a maturation of the immune system that would prolong the durability You don't know that George until you just follow it over a period of months If it becomes necessary to get another boost then we'll just have to deal with it when that occurs So a rational human being would ask him are you working on more advanced and cutting edge vaccines I mean we got these vaccines under operation warp speed I mean we've never seen anything like this domestic Manhattan Project against the pandemic the war on the pandemic but you're using vaccines Now don't you think that you should be involved in funding promoting You know not a gain of whatever it is research No no no no Not bats and monkeys and how to spread the virus But how to kill the virus Do you know that never asked this question Ever What do you guys working on that might actually be even more advanced Still with masks I got a way to manage you know he had to stay inside when you're inside where a mask went outside put a bag over your head Yeah yeah Yes you know Georgia I'm not sure but this is what I recommend How many doctors talk like that Real doctors

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Jim Hanson on His Political Expectations for 2022

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | Last month

Jim Hanson on His Political Expectations for 2022

"On. Let's look at the political system in the last 11 months and what we can predict for the future. We have I consider him there's some real greats in America, a handful, like Victor Davis Hansen, one of the greatest political minds for me is Newt Gingrich. He said the insanity of the Democrat party right now is a function of the fact that they know they know they're going to get totally shellacked next year. And they've got to they've got to stuff it all in the kit bag right now because they won't have control. It is fascinating that the arch strategist, Nancy Pelosi, is refusing to confirm that she's going to run. She's bought a $25 million house in Ron DeSantis state of Florida. Sorry Ron. So are they not going to try and treat? Are they not going to be able to cheat enough? Do you agree with that we take over if we do? What happens with the rhinos give us your expectation given the last ten months what's going to happen next year? It's been heartening for me to see how badly the left is screwed up and the fact that the backlash started right here. In Virginia. You know, our first win was turning Virginia back red and that was massive. Let's unpack that. My argument having had Glen on the show having met him is he didn't win it. He pivoted, he saw the mama bears, he embraced them. It was the mama bears that won it. I mean, I didn't think he was going to win. Honestly, you know, Terry, the bagman for the clintons, I thought he's going to do whatever it takes to win it. Who won in Virginia and why, Jim? We won. And everyone on the right one and I don't care Glenn can mean very little to me personally. Terry McAuliffe losing means massive things to all of us because it showed a we can win elections. There was so much disheartening. They tried. You know, they were trying to say, where's my extra panel trucks? Full of ballots for fairfax. And they never showed up. All right, so we can actually win an election. It gave us a little momentum, throw in the written house verdict and then actually they are very verdict showing that our justice system works. The jury system works and we have that. It takes a little wind out of the sales to the left, and now we're looking forward to 2022 and parents everywhere are rising up. So like you said, the mama bears and the rest who have been going to school board meetings and telling them we don't want our kids turned into socialists are their nationwide

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Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:27 min | Last month

Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

"Is wrong. This crime surge is happening and we must not look the other way. Here was Jen Psaki yesterday in this exchange with Fox News channels Jackie Heinrich. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared to pass the blame on to retailers for these smashing grads saying that she's disappointed that these stores are not for the security officers who plays them working cameras and chaining up Cayenne bags, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, congresswoman said earlier this week also that she doubted allegations of organized retail thefts which you believed it was a Walgreens in California that cited it with a giant didn't back it up. Does the president believe that organized retail theft is really happening and should it be on the stores themselves to take action to prevent it? Well, we don't agree. And I think our actions and the work that we have had in working with the Justice Department, the FBI and federal law enforcement show that we take, we have seen some of these extremely video extremely disturbing videos showing retail thefts and both major retailers as well as state and local leaders like governor Newsom have identified this as a serious concern. We agree. That's the reason why we have sent additional support from the FBI, providing additional assistance. It's one of the reasons why we have also been the president and members of our administration have been long time advocates for supporting and funding the cops program something where the president proposed almost 300 million in additional assistance through his budget from what it was last year and why we have also provided money to get a Friday provided financial assistance to get money to hire 50 more police officers through the cops program that the president has championed in places like San Francisco and additional 20 officers in Los Angeles. So I think his record speaks for itself on this. We are going to continue to advocate for supporting programs like the cops program, ensuring that our law enforcement are good partners as we're working to address these retail thefts across the country. I'm no fan of the Biden administration. I'm no fan of The White House press secretary, but that's the right answer. It is. We got to stop this insanity of progressives trying to convince the country we shouldn't believe our line eyes. This crime wave the surge in crime is real.

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CNN's Chris Cuomo Is Emblematic of Media Bias for Democrats

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last month

CNN's Chris Cuomo Is Emblematic of Media Bias for Democrats

"Chris Cuomo is emblematic of that If you want to think of a living human breathing person who is the walking version of media bias in this country it's Chris Cuomo Here's what I mean Not just does he go on TV and spin the media thing He literally helps an embattled Democrat governor fight to keep his job when women are coming forward to say this bag sexually harassed them So in the me too era think about it now In the meet you era here you have a journalist under the guise of it being his brother going in there and advising him on how to handle the scandal And I know what you're thinking You might be thinking yourself wait a minute wait a minute Come on It's his brother Come on it's his brother Oh stop He's got access to him That's what it's about He's got access and he loves to do it and he wanted to save his brother Don't forget it was only a few months ago that his brother was America's hero remember Andrew Cuomo was America's hero He and Fauci were saving the day And he was going on TV and doing stupid things like my likes my meatballs better than your meatballs and they were having their little chit chats together He was CNN CO2 Every night 9 p.m. Chris Cuomo the lesser Cuomo would have on his brother the governor night after night during COVID night after night And they covered up the nursing home desk They still do They still cover up a nursing home desk You have to act like it never happened And so Chris Cuomo I think on behalf of his network tried to save his brother because they love the guy They wanted to be they wanted to run for president And they don't care about me too when it's an allegation against a Democrat Me too like every other thing the left uses they only use it when they want to and they only use it when they need to So if it's not a Republican they're trying to go after they'll just put me to conveniently back in the hashtag box and save it for the next social justice

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Mark Levin Agrees With Al Sharpton on One Thing

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin Agrees With Al Sharpton on One Thing

"Well I have to tell you something I agree with something else sharpton said I know Once in a lifetime all this stealing Louis Vuitton bags and so forth the mobs now Because of these prosecutors because they've undermined the cops because you're not allowed to defend property anymore or even yourself How sharp and of all people cut 14 go That kind of politics is what is going to resonate because at one level you want criminal justice to be criminal justice but you do not want to have this kind of bedlam and lawlessness First of all no one has fought for giving people reform in terms of how their sentence to bail Mornay have put a guy on ladies stealing a Louis Vuitton bag is not somebody that needs social uplifting This is somebody that is really causing us more of a problem These latte liberals that justify this he has nothing to do with poverty just has nothing to do with you couldn't get a job These are people that can go back in the neighborhoods where Louis Vuitton bag is not unusual And they can just fit in and many of it for gag and they hurt the cause of those that want criminal justice reform So at one level they hurt these stalling at another level They hurt us that are trying to get a break in the criminal justice system which is why I agree with you Very good

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Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

"Oh, here we are at the Babylonian interview show and we have a very special guest mister Eric metaxas in person at the Babylon B not literally in person, but yeah. Not little. I think he is literally in person, isn't it? Well, I guess technically, that would be true. Or off to goods. Do you want to be a little about the word literally? Yeah. Have you noticed people English major writer? So when people miss speak and say, literally, it's like, you know, we literally blew up, you know? It's like, no, that's the whole point. You didn't literally blow up. You blew up. The numbers blew up, but that's not literally, but no, I actually, I got to confess, I am literally here. Well, speaking of literally blowing up. Great transition books about smart Luther Dietrich bonhoeffer, William wilberforce, and you also wrote a commercial for X lax. Can you tell us about that commercial? I did write it right here. Actually, this is not insignificant. In a way. It is totally true that during the worst periods of my life had to take a job as a copywriter for gray advertising. So if you think advertising is cool, like anybody in the advertising business who thinks it's kind of cool. They think yes, but if you sell out, you go to gray advertising. Like they do the stuff that no one else will do. Like X lax. And so I was working with an ad director who was so evil seeming to me that I asked if I could be switched and I said, yeah, well, three years to Mark Schwartz, he does, you know, pharmaceutical. He was a really cool guy. And my first assignment was ex lax, and the ex lax thing, it's so weird because some commercials like it's so they kind of write themselves like they tell you what they want and they just need someone physically to be there and to say like, okay, I wrote this. But so they had this whole thing, you know, somebody comes home with a bag of groceries a mom. You see you got your ex lax, you know, blah, blah, blah. So I wrote that. But the point is, I do they ask their parents, say, I see you got your excellent. It was certainly no. When I was 6. I remember. So you got your exact. But here's the key to the whole thing. The key to the whole thing is that at that time, X lax was either being sued or something because it was such a powerful laxative. Let me say that again. It was such a devastatingly powerful laxative that is sometimes gave people unbelievable cramps and this and that. So they were moving over to an herbal formula, which of course couldn't be nearly as effective, right? So the commercial that I did for X lax was the last actual X lax commercial. After that, they switched over and it became X lax and quotes because the brand. So for 90 years they had this formula soil I wrote the last X lax commercial.

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It Only Takes a Few Instigators to Create a Riot

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

It Only Takes a Few Instigators to Create a Riot

"During my time with the NYPD when I was a police officer they did a lot of training with crowd control And one of the things with crowd control they used to teach us is that these large groups of crowds and you know it doesn't always have to be a riot right It could be a baseball game a football game a rock concert There's this feeling of collective energy It's not always a bad thing Now in a riot it obviously is But do you know what I'm talking about with this feeling of collective energy If you've been there you can sense it It's like you know what it is but you can't really describe it It's like you're feeding off the energy of the guy next to you and it's like one big pulsing organism at a basketball game when everybody's going crazy right Well the same thing happens with these riots in civil disturbances People get emotional and they get excited And you have these instigators in the group and typically when they hit this violence flashpoint it's always a small cabal of instigators who do it They have the bull horns are screaming and yelling like freaking lunatics call the bag throw The Rock throw the bottle They're handing people stuff It'd be a real shame if you launch this brick at the cop over there It's always a small group of instigators that

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The Dinkins Effect Kicks in With the Biden-Harris Administration

The Dan Bongino Show

03:31 min | 2 months ago

The Dinkins Effect Kicks in With the Biden-Harris Administration

"David dinkins for those of you who don't remember the dinkins effect is this and it's kicking in right now with the Biden Harris administration He was the first black mayor of New York City He was a Democrat Eric Adams who's the mayor elect now about to take over for de Blasio is the Democrat as well Is going to be the second black mayor of New York City Again I don't give a damn about their skin color but the left is obsessed with it And is a part of the story The left media in New York He left this media which is basically all of the New York media There was radical left as you'll get They were obsessed with this story about dinkins being the first black man I mean it never stop It was like they didn't want to talk about it It was like dinkins was some caricature of a human being they wanted to be It was all about race so if they never want to talk about who think kids was what he wanted to do it was all about this historic but it just went on and on and he was lionized David dinkins Now again his skin color doesn't matter to conservatives but liberals are obsessed with it Everything to them is skin color The problem we think is was he was just terrible He was just a really awful mayor He was really genuinely bad Crime went through the roof The city economy tanked We had the bond market ready to leave Wall Street head over to London It was a disaster It was a mess This I don't think I can describe to you and paint a picture An awful enough terms How bad the city was during the David dinkins era It was so bad he managed to lose to a Republican many of you know Rudolph Giuliani To have a Republican when the mayorship of New York City which was like 8 to one Democrat the Republican Was an earthquake like we'd never seen before But when you saw and you lived the city and lived in the city Folks it was awful It was in a matter of if your car was going to be stolen Forget about broken into 8 cars were just stolen all the time It was like you came outside and you were actually stunned your car was still there You were like oh my gosh 7 days in a row I still got my car This is crazy It was that bad If you walk down the streets in the 7 5 precinct the three two you know certain areas and even in Staten Island It wasn't if you were gonna be mug that was gonna be like am I gonna lose one tooth or 7 Like am I gonna take a beating on this one or you just give up your wallet We need a matter of fact when you got mugged at the bus stop and people used to steal anything from you Money they'd steal like I used to buy wise potato chips Some guy combined ripped the bag out of your hand like that's just the way it was You didn't even file a police report It was just like expected Hey what happened at a Dan Hey mom my mom's name is Judy Hey Jude I didn't call it Jude I called her mom Hey Jude Yeah I came home They stole my wise potato chips in ten bucks Oh that's it Oh great awesome Only ten bucks today That's how bad the city was How does this relate to Harris Biden Because despite the fact that David dinkins became a God to the left being the first black mayor of New York City Folks things got so bad And turned around so quickly when Giuliani got an office that even the left wing media had to eventually say to themselves it's not because they wanted to do the right thing It's because they wanted to save the liberal movement and the Democrat party They eventually had to acknowledge that dinkins was just

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Dan Schools Hapless 'Fact-Checker' Tom Kertscher

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Dan Schools Hapless 'Fact-Checker' Tom Kertscher

"Many of you listen to my show specifically my podcast know that we become the target of America's worst fact checker a colossal diploid tool bag known as Tom kercher Tomson embarrassment to his family the country the cosmos sentient beings anywhere oh this is the part of the show there Yeah don't piss me off Don't do it So Tom targets my Facebook page because he's a hapless buffoon who couldn't get a real job So he works for politis Just take a look at his picture on the screen You'll know what I mean Tom kercher's name and what he does is he sits at home all day probably in a snuggie eating cocktail weenies and he goes through my Facebook page and because my Facebook page is a quite popular place to find truth and he's probably a leftist nut He tries to find posts that they can flag Now we're taking it up with Facebook that this guy has personally targeted my page He spends an inordinate amount of time doing it So I had posted the other day that Joe Biden's infrastructure Bill which we don't have the tax money for is going to hike the deficit by the amount of spending because we don't have the tax base to pay for it Now how he managed to threaten by three threatens us by the way He sends us these emails You will respond by 5 p.m. you can kiss my caboose there daddy O You're gonna threaten me look at you you goof wad You get a threat me What are you kidding me What do you like Joe Pesci from Goodfellas a spider I think it'd be a Drake boom should have been a leg I mean he sends me this threatening email You better send us the facts to back that up You want me to send up just to be clear send you the facts To back up a prediction about the accumulation of a fiscal deficit that hasn't happened yet This is where the this is what these fact

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Pro-Trump Activist Scott Presler Travels Nation to 'Make America Clean and Great Again'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Pro-Trump Activist Scott Presler Travels Nation to 'Make America Clean and Great Again'

"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan, AKA Chris nose. Chris, what is your message after this incredible upset in Virginia? What do you say to all those people who weren't paying attention to politics? When watching your show weren't listening to my show, but are now saying, yeah, these people who've been running things for decades their crazy. Should they just be listening or should they be doing more than that, Chris? Well, I'll tell you what. Who's the guy that went around doing all the cleanup Evers? The tall skinny guy. Oh, I know. The photo registration. Yeah, really good guy. Yeah. I know who you mean. He's doing. He's doing a hell of a job. Just going around and getting people engaged in running for their local school. I'm cleaning up Baltimore, getting a hundred people to go to Baltimore with trash bags and clean stuff up. Get your producer to find that guy's name. We need to promote that guy. He's an awesome guy. That's right. Yeah, he would actually physically go out with a bunch of people and clean up poor neighborhoods. Literally got pressed there. Good call. Good call. Thank you. Scott pressler. I interviewed him on the show. Awesome guy. Just really good personable human being, you know? And he would go out and he would physically clean up these neighborhoods. And the funny thing is, it's like these were oftentimes black inner city neighborhoods. And these are the neighborhoods that Democrats say they care about. Have you ever heard of a group of Democrats going out and physically cleaning the trash off the sidewalks in a black neighborhood? Of course not. But you do hear about conservatives doing it. And that's the kind of grassroots type thing that we need. And you made a good point about media. We are behind in portraying conservatives in a way that America likes. And I think the reason is because when you get when you have to lie about something, you have to be convincing. When you have to tell the truth, you don't feel like you have to invent some kind of amazing show. So conservatives aren't that good at presenting a show of who we are, left is a great at. They've been doing it for decades. So they're great at the show because they got to sell the lie. We're not that good at the show, because we're like, well, of course they're going to believe it. It's the truth. You

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John Zmirak Loves Being Wrong About the Virginia Election Outcome

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:10 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak Loves Being Wrong About the Virginia Election Outcome

"I get to talk to John's merak. I see that as a good thing. John smirk, welcome. Hey, all right, it's really exciting to talk to you today, you know. Today, in the wake of the Virginia election, I feel the way I did in 19 80, I think it was 80 or 81 no, I'm sorry. No, no, no, it was 80 88, 88, when Poland had its first elections where non communist candidates were allowed to run and some of them actually won. The communists still had a majority, but it became clear they would allow some kind of free and fair election under their totalitarian system. After the events of the 2020 election, and after the vicious crackdown on the peaceful protesters of January 6th, I was genuinely worried we would never be allowed a real free, fair election again. I was convinced the Democrats were going to steal it last night. If they had to bring in hefty bags with Stacey Abrams space on it full of ballots filled in with crayon. I was convinced they were going to steal it. So I love to be wrong about these things.

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The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 2 months ago

The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

"Humans are a mistake New York Post says why young women are getting sterilized. Rachel diamond looks like most of the moms at the pork slope park slope cafe where we meet. She's wearing a green T-shirt under a black corduroy jumper. Sensible shoes and carries a smart leather bag. She sips a $4 iced chai tea latte. Except the 31 year old is in a mom, and she never will be. You know, she said, I never expected to be the poster child of sterilization. One on the aspiring actress TikTok, one finds short funny videos. Diamond job working to register the cafe near Union Square and updates on her rescue pit bull. Ru who has an anemia. Oh, but she likes dogs but not humans. Interesting. So in 5 months and she's had her fallopian tubes cut, not tied, and she is 64,000 followers. She's done videos such as sterilization. Being child free, we do know what we're missing. She says, looking back, I never pretended that my American girl dolls were children. They were always my sisters. They were little things showing that I wasn't pretending myself for motherhood. I think for me, it's as innate as saying I've always wanted to be a mom. Diamond is hardly an outlier. Americans are making fewer babies than we've seen since starting to keeping tracks of the 1930s, and some women like diamond are not just pulling putting off pregnancy, but eliminating the possibility of it altogether. Last year, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 25 states. Up from 5 the year before, the marriage rate is also at an all time low. At 6.5 marriages per 1000 people. Millennials are the first generation where a majority are unmarried about 56%. They're also more likely to live with their parents, according to pew than previous generations were in their 20s and 30s. Humans are a mistake the New York Post, right? Now they don't believe it. They're just actually they wrote a really good article. And I like the New York Post. There are also the most sexless generation in American history, the number of young men who admit they've had no sex in the past year has tripled between 2008 and 2018. Cities like New York were young secular Americans flocked to build their lives are increasingly childless in San Francisco. There are more dogs than children. Let me say it again. In San Francisco, there are more dogs than children and the explanation of this is so easy. The more secular your country becomes, why have children? If you don't believe in a transcendent order or in God, what's the point? They're an

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:13 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Down the road. Oh the mohican. Where i stayed when. I really marcus. Camby indiana can take the purple line to the girls. Us purple lines not going anywhere pal. And in fact it's covered with bunting. And we don't have to look at it. Ungrateful say from ryan keller. Us seven fleet staff. And he's sailor. I'm an intelligence specialist in the navy currently stationed in japan with my wife and two daughters. I've listened the show since the days of radio. Remember radio crazy anyhow. I wanna thank you in the gang for doing the show for so many years. I can't begin to count the mini episodes. I've downloaded to listen to on some lasting. Well over nine months. Each of those episodes was semi daily escape grind deployment and often an integral part of maintaining my sanity prior to japan. I'd been stationed in quantico. Virginia self release three years understood your dmv hometown rants and often agreed with them over. Three years was apparently too long to wait visit chatter. Oh well but if you guys find that to do anymore. Medium chatter t-shirts. I'd be happy to take them off your hands if we find him. I don't think we will. I'm also a graduate of east carolina university with a degree in communications concentration print. journalism minoring. sports studies well. I basically done nothing with this degree. Your career would have been the standard for me to aspire to should. I've actually gone into feel that is even so now simply listened with joy as you recall your days as a writer in the back of my mind. I'm thinking well. I missed that boat yet. You're on the boat you're on you're on a better boat from will theodore in cleveland ohio. I'm only twenty. Two years old of and watching. I for about as long as i can remember and been listening to your podcast religiously for about two months. I wouldn't call that religiously for two months. Wilpon continuously make me laugh through some rough patches in my life you jokes at the beginning of the show never failed to put a smile on my face written by our grind on mostly also. I know i'm speaking for general fans. This show please tell will not to take up the majority of each segment every time. Leaving you with just seconds to say drives me crazy. I'm sure you feel the same nonetheless. Love you both anyway for the younger listeners. Like myself. I'm confused as to what a david aldridge moment is. I know it was probably before my time. Let me just explain this. I understand that. I'm on television. I understand that many of my friends on television. But i'm always thrilled when i see my friends on. Tell us like yesterday when ron darling was doing. The nets game and i texted him twenty.

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Lost more cala. Didn't have a bogey. On his last thirty one holes he made a great birdie down a hill on fourteen. And a great par. Save out of the schwartz and fifteen and at that point. It's it's over right amuse. See him make these two great plays and you say okay. It's done right by fifteen tony. He's like one hundred twenty four th ranked best putter on the pga tour hundreds and putting and he was number one last week he made fun nominal up and down. He made some phenomenal clutch pots. And you know tiger and all these guys have told me for years. It's not the birdies in the eagles. That keep you going and get you to the top of the leaderboard and make you stay there. It's the parsnips when he gets himself talking down from places where he shouldn't That's where tiger used to say he'd win tournaments. And if you watched yes more calibrates the great birds and he did not make a bogey for as many hoses those parcels. Tony thirty one holes. He did the same thing at harding park with the pga championship. And this time he did fans and it didn't have fans in san francisco so now he's done at both ways. You can't say there's nassar's there somewhere This was a legitimate phenomenal spectacular performance. By twenty four year old who has promise We haven't seen in quite some time you know. He's just done something that no one in the history of the sport as done in the modern era winning a major championship of first time he did at at a p j and now he did it again. No without done. No no i really. His putting was spectacular. His iron play is the in the world By far right now and He's proving it. He is as spectacular spectacular talent. And it's an over word used in sports but those those holes you talked about coming down the stretch. Yesterday he was great. I mean great. He was so great. Yesterday i agree with that and this question is it is the obvious the other obvious question in your mind could have one or should have one in your mind. Could've tullamore cal was the better player. I think jordan is quite h crisp enough. I don't think he's quite back to where he was. Now what he is the the interesting thing about more. i'm fast. I'm not a tv ratings. Guy i never have not talked about this before But i'm fascinated to see what the ratings are yesterday because of speed because he was the guy making the charge speak is our savvy by stares. He's exciting to watch. He hits the ball everywhere. He's talking to himself. He's all over the place. Bora cow is more of a machine. He just goes he just you know he never hits the ball off wide. He doesn't really you know say a lot. And he's stealth kind of assassin out. There wonderful kid. Very smart American you know. The american artists is gonna love him forever But speed is like you know exciting to watch man. He's over the place and with those two going at it yesterday. I'm curious to see what the audience was. Because i want to know if more 'akaola can carry audience if we have a star in the making in that regard or were the ratings is going to be high because of space and i think it'd be cool to see what that is and over the course of the next ten twenty years how great more callow becomes is. You know it'll be interesting to see if the audience kind of gravitates to him like they did to jordan. Speak speak speak didn't lose that open championship. more cattle out. I want it. That was that was i agree and we now have. Relatively speaking. young young americans would multiple majors. We have more power and speed and dustin. Johnson has multiple majors. Justin thomas shambo. Only have one kept has multiple majors. These are all these guys. I think are under thirty five. Or they'll dustin johnson may not be. I'm not certain about that. But that's the race to the top right in terms of american players. No question And winning your second one not easy. You know the only four year. It's such a big deal. You mentioned justin thomas. He's he has one and that came from four years ago. I under shambo has one one Him last year Jason day who's australian. He won one in two thousand fifteen. Everybody thought oh here. We go with jason. He's still stuck at one. These things are so hard to win. Because and i remember jack. Nicholas telling you this years and years ago. you don't find your game at majors. You bring your game two major so they only happened four times a year. If you're not playing well or your your your head's not right into a major year. Most likely not going to win one You know a couple of times here and there you find somebody winning one out of nowhere but for the most part you are playing really well leading up to the major so the timing has to be perfect and obviously you can't control that if your games there it's there it's not there it's not there and more calla is such a good player tony now. We don't have a major tapping show again until the masters april july. So you never know how someone's gonna play but waiting two in your first ever visit to those two majors. That's a first time ever. He's only twenty four years of age. He's the quickest win. Two majors Before anybody in just eight starts in major championships. He's won two of them. I mean this kid is well on his way if he stays motivated and stays healthy. This kid's got a lot of gain. Yeah thank you steve. We'll talk to you soon. We appreciate it as always thank you. Thank you thank you. We'll talk to you in tokyo heading there next weekend. Enjoy yourself well. Yeah we'll have that conversation steve. Santo girls We will take a break. We'll come back with email and jingle. I'm tony you're listening to the tony.

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

08:39 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Michael if people like jim basneid wanna send us their original music. How do they do send us your music. Emailing it to jingles at tony kornheiser show dot com. And once again you can listen to all of this in its entirety at the end of the show. Steve sands joins us. My only you know the obvious question for sans into the jumping off point is did more win it on sunday or did speak. Lose it on saturday but rather than ask that right off the bat. I'll ask the question interests me more. Which is you were doing. This from the royal hartford country club You know and it was started to be on at four in the morning. What time did you get up to go to work. What time did you go to bed to get up to go to work. What was your life like being. On the pre dawn telecast. I could've really used a heated toilet seat. Last week really really helped the week. royal stanford by the way let's not confused stanford royals hartford take slots different than royal stanford The alarm went off. You know anywhere between three fifteen and three forty five am I felt like. I should be walking jesse of waking up so early There's no way to simulate going to bed early. I can't go to bed at seven or eight o'clock at night. That's ridiculous So you know you just kinda. Did you think it wasn't it was. It was very bizarre to not be there. It was bizarre to be in. A studio was by far the best food and hotel accommodations. We've ever had ended up a championship Because you know over there. The hotels and the food aren't great but in stanford it was great and It was good to be with the team but it was very odd To have those kind of ours And not be site and feel the energy so but no boy. Everybody enjoyed the open. And hopefully we didn't make too many mistakes You know doing it that way. So this is the other. The other question is are you dependent on. Is it the feed that you would normally get or is it a feed from a british technicians. Are you behind by five or six seconds. Do you know what i mean. When you're calling it. what are you seeing. Explain that to people. So there's two things it's called the world seat World meaning the whole entire globe gets this one feet from the open championship Kinda like the olympics when we're going in a couple of days there's a worldview and then there's the nbc seed The nbc gulf chelsea. And we took the world feed because we weren't allowed to have all of our cameras all our technicians and all of our trucks and everybody over there so the pictures were a lot different than we would have had. And i've talked to you before you've met him. Tony moore who was a massive Show listener of a massive little here. His wife holly mccart both work on the nbc. Golf channel met them direct. He directed at last week and he directed it from stanford. And there's not a delay Per se but joe. And tommy roy had all the people in the truck in stamford had to i listen to the world fee people to see where they were going and then they would have to take that and then we would have to do it as announcers after being told where we're going so a little bit of a delay. As far as how fast we were moving along how many shots we sell how many people would show but they had you know. Joe in those guys are wonderful job. They just didn't have any control over. What the pictures were and you know for them. And that's what they do that's why they're so great And that's why the american always watching our product so much Whether it's cbs. Whether it's us it doesn't matter which week it's it's that they control it and they didn't get to control it because they had to take the world seat in the world feed does television a lot differently than what the american audience is used to so a little different But the delay was very very minimal. Which was amazing I don't know how that works technologically. But the guys did a great job. They did the best they could. And hopefully we'd never have to do it like this ever again. So the interesting thing if your viewer and you may not realize this if an if you're if you're in the united states of a baseball game and you're getting the feed from your local announcers you know you're going to go to a replay on that error. That's coming up in two seconds. Replay on that error. If you have the world feed on golf you can't say we're going to replay. We don't know you don't right steve. You don't know what they're gonna physically show and you might wanna make the point. Let's see it again and you may not have it again. The cotton candy correct we. We weren't always have what's called replay sequences. We'd have all kinds of things that we normally do that we were not allowed to do Because we weren't over there and also we didn't have the ability to because they don't do it that way they know much lower Back that's a bad. They just do it differently. They don't show all of the players who were involved. They don't show this sequence that sequence. And you know. I i think our guys did a great job doing the best. They could and not losing their minds but it had to be very difficult for them in a truck for us announcers calling you know like i told you. Last week i had four nine fourteen at seventy. And sometimes they would they would just show hypothetically show ricky fowler and you would know it whole it was because they hadn't said what noah's normally our guys would say fowler fourteen second shot and then you would have to go and say whatever you wanted to say it with this particular setup. Our guys didn't even know what whole they were on. Because sometimes they communicated sometimes they say what the player was who the player was and it was It was frustrating at times. for them But hopefully worked. It looked the same because we had our own. We put our own graphics in. We had our own music in We could go to break when we wanted to go to break But you know it was not not the same tony in and i think that the american audience probably could tell a little bit But you know hopefully not hopefully A great winter and it was a good week but now crazy crazy bad happened you are really everybody got through it okay and it was a competitive tournament every step of the way there was not one leader out there by seven shots it was always competitive and so it brought people in to watch and now i will get to. You know the number one question which is did more 'akaola win it on sunday. Which we know he did or did speak. Lose it on saturday in your mind which was more important. 'cause speed say in the interview afterwards he said know. Look what i said. It was the way you're finished yesterday. If i finish par parham in the final group. And then i've got a chance and that's what he said. So what is your answer to the question. I agree with jordan that he lost it on saturday that he did not give himself as much of a chance that he should have on sunday. Because of the way he finished bogey-bogey on seventeen and eighteen on saturday. however more cal won the championship. He was the best player all week. All four days and he absolutely grab the clara jug with one hand and then put his second hand on it on the back nine and went out and won it. I don't think anybody lost Yes shining louis stays in again had a chance to win Did not but if he would've played well would he have beaten tullamore cal i dunno column or cala was the best player over the four days and i know jordan is saying he didn't give himself as much of a chance as he would have had if he would've finished better on saturday For sunday running. Another claire chuck but column cal. One that just jon rahm won the us open. Nobody lost it. I'd be more callow one yesterday. I don't think anybody went out. Lost more cala. Didn't have a bogey. On his last thirty one holes he made a great birdie down a hill on fourteen. And a great.

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:40 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I understand did. He did not have the best round well. But it's a pattern the last two times. It's in with a chance to win. He's put a drive in the water laid. There's just no. There's no water at royal. St george's and i mean this is. This is now an obvious pattern. We all wish that he breaks the pattern. We always wins. But i would add on but i think there are some harshness that all of this carries that doesn't need to be visited necessarily And so i you know the more. Our i don't know maybe he wants to to right now. He's got as many as greg. Norman so famous thirty years ago. There's a lot who's lot guys i've seen and so i you know he was. It was it was. He was extraordinary to watch a understated way. And nothing's understated anymore. People used to stuff on thursday on the friday. Like i hate my driver. My driver's sucks people that are paying you millions of dollars and you have to. Everything has to be overstated. And so every time d. shambhu hits the ball and a rough. i'm ecstatic i wanna. I wanna throw a party. Every time he misses a putt. And i know my reaction is over the top. I get that. But we're compared to like this. He looked like just a the village idiot. That's a nicer word than the other two. You were going to talk to you later. I'll talk to you. Michael wilbon boys and girls will be back on. Pti together today. i have been off for a week. we'll take a break. Steve sands who Wasn't actually physically there but watched it with intent and intensity. We'll get the sands when we return. I'm tony kornheiser. You're listening to the tony kornheiser show. This is the seatgeek gad. We haven't done this in a long time. And i said tonight's when he said we're doing a seatgeek at i said are they back with us in your reaction was out of the things are opening up again. Concerts are out there and You know i. It didn't occur to me. I just figured they dumped us. I just had my on boarding call from. They're excited to be back. They've been one of the original Supporters of our show. Yes so this is good so you. You both have these. I don't have ads savvy app. I explained that. I have the app. You normally toss to me and here. I say i'm currently looking at tickets for the upcoming natsios. Maybe i'll see the phillies in town soon. So you so everything's back on and so seatgeek is back in business. I think they never. Yeah yes you know. I'm not saying they ever left but right but without you know performances of concert or uncle benny's table for a year..

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"And so you got these great players out there and telling you and if you say who's the best team and basketball team with the best player is a team that is expected to win and because walking it failed twice in a row people's looked elsewhere. And you know it's the best team is probably miami. I'm sorry. I probably walking. But i you know i mean they cherry spot right now phoenix. Let's let me get you've been slamming boot and holds fianna awhile now as other people have. He's now one win away from a title. And there's twenty eight other coaches in a league. That would give anything to be one way. One win away from thailand. And say money wills you know. He's he's in there too bud. Were you were others. Have you been overly critical of boone holzer. Do you wanna walk back any of it. No no i was. at least i tried to justify. Criticism of people have to Probably the people doing this for not just our network networks. He's a. He's a hall of fame people now because people with multiple rings these guys who have coached and played at the highest level and they watch the gauge. You can watch them watch their games. You need to hear them. Say anything you can watch them. Watch the playoffs. Since may sixteenth twenty two when they began. And you watch it. And they will they look at milwaukee in agony sometime so no but there are things that he clearly bruno the does. Well prepare a team. You know overall way to get ready for a season series again but what happened in game is what others in the industry. Fine kinda indefensible is what they attack and so no. I'm not i'm not. You can't justify keeping bobby portis on the bench for three consecutive games late in the series as well if he's play. Here's a tony in his entire series. Who shot like fifty nine percents. He defends he hustles. He.

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Jim basneid. Who says thanks for your continued support. I hope all is well with you and yours attached couple more songs for you and i hope you like them. This is called rebel kind again. You can hear the songs in their entirety at the end of the podcast. He's playing in michael wilbon on. This is back from phoenix on a two to one one one. Which isn't as much fun as that. Two-three three two two two one one one. He is back in chicago now. I don't know what to say. I was off a week. I'm going to have to say something on pti. Today i was wrong. I mean i appear to be wrong. I thought i thought phoenix was going to cruise. I've said so so it's not like i can back away from that and not only. Did milwaukee down to win the two at home which they have done a couple of series so far. They've come back but they just won the first road game. They're up three two two. That seems to me to be a real big deal. But i'm not following it nearly as closely as you are. What did you think. When they won in phoenix. Well it is a big deal. Tony i mean you could see when they won game to a milwaukee that they could win period because of the way they've started to play fairly consistent. They stopped doing the stupid stuff. Then let people to say you. People are stupid. They i mean it was. I don't know i've ever seen a team. There reached the finals attacked publicly by people in the basketball industry. As much as the milwaukee bucks and you know. My in my estimation they get and they. They've always done certain things well but then they would just stop doing that. It would just same done. We know he wasn't this way. Let's go be you know. We're we're sluggers where sunny lifted we. That's the only way we can beat and they would win a game that way or two games that way and then they would go and they would be ray leonard right and he just like what is going on and again. You're you're watching these games with hall of famers other people who have been much more successful than this group for living retired people. They'd be still active. And so they did this twice in milwaukee. Even though the the the sun they gave away a game tony and they may have given away a championship because in game. Four control the whole game. They control the game. They went up by lot at any point that they control the game and they did something that all year long people said accurately They don't beat themselves. You have to beat them. They don't beat themselves and they beat themselves. They committed seventeen turnovers Chris paul had five guy. Who is you know would have like consecutive games with no turnovers despite incredible defensive pressure whatever series is an and you know he's hurt He's not gonna talk about it. I have complete aberration. Chris for that. He's not going to talk about what is injury. And i don't even know what the specific thing but it's to hand And so you you got a big strong guy like jrue holiday. Taking wax turned the ball over and he was. The only one team has seventeen turtles and then lost the game by simply a basket and chat. I i don't know what you saw. The great defensive plays the compo- block it was tremendous clock. It's right up there with the lebron block. It's great forgot. Last year i knows that the bubblegum so that they play bam out of bio block of jason tatum thing in the cylinder last year. So you know yeah. It was from the bill. Russell archives play was so great. And that's that play decided essentially game four and essentially the one. They should have been up far enough to play. Was it necessary and then two nights ago. in a truly great games one of the great offensive performance an nba finals history. Each team shot like in the mid fifties percent wise. And how about this. The phoenix suns playing at home shot sixty five percent from three lost the game. Well one doesn't happen. Once booker booker had back to back forties and they lost. And so now you know. They face elimination If they relation. And i'm sure the odds are that they will lose. I think the suns will win game six. Actually do do okay. They're facing elimination for the first time in these playoffs there behind the tree a series of the first time they feel the lakers two one in the opening round And maybe maybe chris paul he's somehow he's so. Tony gathered himself and had twenty one at eleven with one turnover in game in game. Five twenty one eleven and they'll turn at one turnover. Can he rally himself like that again. Physically despite whatever this is i i don't i don't know if office let let let me get to him and i know you're close with him then. We all sort of understand that he doesn't have that many years left to win a championship. It's not like onto combo under the compost. Got ten years left to win a championship. He is well. But i'm just saying that. He's in terms in terms of the pressure to win a championship. When chris paul. And you'd never gotten there before this is your opportunity played great. He's played throughout the playoffs. If they lose what does that do to him. You know he agonized. I know how much he wants to win. I know how much you wants to before this season and coming close again you know what does it. What does it do. The louis used as it have. What do louise stays in now. Looks like a guy he would say he can't close. He can't win. All these seconds and thirds. It's not like jack nicklaus who had eighteen i. He's got one. I am the last three times we've seen him. He's gagged is that this wouldn't be gag right if somebody told you coming into the season that the phoenix suns nakhichevan good. And you didn't even accept that you're right no you're right and so it's the opportunity and it's up to yep yep had control of the series again yes you're the best player on the court. Is he honest obstacle. Okay the second best player on the court is i. It's it's probably devon booker but it could be middleton in that waiting on the irony to the united states. America's the booker at eight and middleton andrew holiday to kind of come and bail them out the olympics..

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:55 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Why are you on this on the golf channel. i told my close friends. I'd be caddying I didn't i didn't want to jinx anything or you know like Do anything that would you know run. Run my karma the wrong way by telling a bunch of people but my close friends. I was like yeah. Look look young channel Yeah ninety degree weather for seven days or whatever it was i did hit the hundred mile mark With my my apple watch so there's a lot of steps But i think the energy and just the excitement for me was kept me going just fine. You felt good. I was wearing my long black socks because my phillies. Just so i can have a little bit extra compression on my right side But it was. I would i would. I would have done it back to back again. i would. I would go out there and do thirty six again with her any day you i was it was it was just so enjoyable and watch to watch all that amazing play like every single girl. There in that tournament is so good When you talk about all these girls that weren't matchplay who are top one thousand players in the world and maybe that doesn't sound as impressive to people that don't really play and follow golf as closely as you know you and i and and some others but to be a top thousand in world amateur ranking of anything is absolutely incredible. And i mean do you. Are you mean it means you're the real deal essentially Street dow. I just think that years from now. Then when you're old you will have whatever you do. As a golfer you'll have this memory of having caddied in a usda event for the eventual winner. And what it michael. What did you say that that maybe in a couple of years she turns pro. What if she gives you a call and says doug john the bag i want you to be a professional caddy to do it or you. Don't do it a question. I've been asked many times. It's it's seriously something. I would have to very like sit down and consider because you know a bunch of people that know women's golf and you know the pga have have said to me like you know she is. She is going to be a top ten talent You know if if the trajectory says the same and you know no aberrations occur in her life she's gonna be winning. Lpga events regularly I would have. Yeah it'd be a it'd be a conversation have to seriously. Have you know my wife and my family. But i think there'll be one of those opportunities should it occur you know knock on wood That would be just one of those things where i might have to do. It might have to try it out. i think it'd be just an incredible experience at least for some time. And hey if if she's the real deal then it could be super fun much we. We're all so happy for you. I mean we just think it's great to have you on tv. Great that you on that bag in great that Thank you doug talk to you thank you everyone. Doug peterson in you. Know a small a small little parcel of fame to call his own through luck right. Michael was the last time you caddied. Oh it's been a few. It's been a few years but you have a you have a. Us shaven vent that went to a rain delay. And he's now part of one of the more memorable walk-off moments where where she sitting there hits the stiff. You hear doug talking her off of a club that would potentially bring more holes. You know we talked about getting into the other side of the tracks play. And he's sitting there with with the hal sutton moment going beat right and it bangs off the stick and it lands about eight feet away. It's elvis tournaments over right there. You know so. It was really really wonderful So we devoted the open to that. And i'm happy to have done that. Because i talked about the junior girls tournament for a while on the show. We will be back to doing at least three a week. Maybe more for the next month or so. We'll hopefully get in studio hopefully get into the wma studios soon. Which would be nice I took last week. The last we did the show a couple of times from rehoboth. We were out there. How did very celebration. Yes right my birthday is the same as the hammers birthday. He got all the balloons. I wasn't jealous cake. I got a cake. Elizabeth elizabeth made him a cake and made me accounts dinosaur k. I did not get a dinosaur cake. I also need to do this from brian. Hoyt we played the accordion version of the mail. Bag last week and brian didn't even give his wife's name and sheep by the accordion said. Thanks for playing my wife. Kelly victimhood song a second time for the second time. You rightfully called me an idiot. If you can read this and save me. I would appreciate it also plays with the northwest. Accordion airs orchestra. So thank you that. Thank you to brian for that Yeah i mean. I went out there. I watched some of it. It was and i've said this before. And i know michael felt the same way to see an and then on television to see the place where you play all the time on television and to hear all these lovely compliments from the people in the golf channel or peacock the day before talking about columbia country club was really it. It just looked great. It was you swell with pride that you don't expect to have right you don't expect and then you're looking at the coverage in your picking your like you know there's dr duke i see him. He's the medical and whitey sitting with henry the losure in a cart. Yes in the shade. Yes it just was. I remember the socialite telling me this last year one woodmen hosted the junior not junior. The women's am and he said you see your course on tv. Go out there and you go. Wow this is so great i. This is the second time for us. They had the boys junior in two thousand three eighteen years. Later at the centennial celebration of columbia hosting the united states open. They had this. I don't know if it'll happen again in my lifetime but it was. It was really cool right. I mean i don't know what else you can say. No and you look at the trajectory that you will expect to see for many of these players and we're watching the british open the open championship. And we see brian harman. Who won top of the leaderboard and keep going back and you go. This is what you can expect to see from from bailey who who was playing for a lot of history on her own and was just the most poised young woman if you listen to her straight intergrate smile. And yes with rosen. you get. She's gonna you get these small stories where she's having so the. Us jay gives the finalist lunch in between the morning in the afternoon round and she had the same chef who made her lunch at woodmen a year ago and has the same sam and broccoli lunch. Oh that's great. That's great so and you talked to her dad right ice so this quiet moment where i went out. I was watching the quarters so this is pretty early on the twelfth tea. Which is you're you're pretty far back away from the fairway and i sneak a photo. Not sure if i'm supposed to. I sneak a photo of doug with the us j. placard behind him and rose you know talking over line. You're looking at the white building in the distance. And i get a photo. And and this this man.

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Want to say that one but not not too much of that. She knows her game. So well that kind of like. I'm gonna hit a really hit x. And i'm like yep that's great no more confirmation and i really didn't do anything on the greens until the second round the round the shot sixty two in Until i essentially are eight whole she had she had made she had chipped in on fifteen which we started on eleven so She chipped in on fifteen made one great par-putt to save par on sixteen. Miss kind of a makeable birdie put on seventeen but not not one. That's not gonna make any time now. Eighteen she has her first. Real life. six footer for birdie And was the first instance that she said. You know what you see on this. Essentially and i was like all right. You know check mark. I'm in like here. We go let me let me see if i can help a little bit. And so he went over the breaking. I gave her what i thought was my line asked her if she liked dash did the hit it right in the middle of the cup and from then on it was just she's gonna make everything now She made you know six and a half foot on eighteen. She made another one on one. Another one two three missed one day. She could've made four five and you know by around eight under par looking at the course record So that was kind of really the day that we started to really confer and really really confirm every shot kind of put that she was looking at. Did she call you off. Ever the way that max scherzer calls off a catcher. Did you did. Did she ever do that or did you get the sense that from then on. She trusted you and wanted your advice so she is unbreakable inside five feet. And i would look at those parts but i would. I would never say anything. They were a couple of times that she would just say. Like i got it. I'll be like awesome. You do you have it. I know and i would just step away But anything outside of like you know maybe eight feet I never really got called off if you will. So luckily hopefully doug talking with. Doug peterson who caddied for roseanne. Who won the junior girls. And he mentioned the score of sixty two. I want to say that again. She shot a sixty two now. It's not it's not the official columbia course-record. She didn't do it from the tips and everybody understands that. It's a different set of teas that she plays. She essentially played the teas that i play. I get to sixty two on number eleven or twelve and then i continue playing sixty two. Doug is a remarkable remarkable score. Did you ever shoot sixty two and and you were really good player. Could you have shot sixty two from those tease or do you say to yourself. My god this are great player. So i will say that In a labor day event. Where i did play with mike I did shoot. And i quote this because it's an unofficial because she's sixty one from the white tees now that isn't a labor day event and a little kind of different circumstances because you know you're playing with three other guys and not everything really matters so you may not care as much and you might get some lucky. Like i'm gonna make ten footer. 'cause it doesn't matter Definitely a little less pressure than a. Us event right I don't think i could go out there. In those course conditions with that setup and and she was sixty two ever We watching rose play. You know. I've seen a lot of great golfers and a lot of good players but the level of consistency that she showed me and i think the field is just something. I've never seen before in person by anybody You know i went back through around And match playing and through about nine ish rounds on that course. She was twenty nine under par. She made four bogeys in the tournament. and i was talking with john meyers. Who's the who was the tournament director and we kind of like thinking about. Who was the next closest girl in the tournament and in my probably was barely davis about one or two under for the tournament So you can just see the gap in the the the level of play that she she shows and brings to competition is just is unparalleled at her age. So i was. I was walking on on saturday morning with marty west. The i walked fifteen. Sixteen seventeen eighteen stood with him And what he said mardi west the greatest of all time in the area. What he said was he hit. Her distance control was phenomenal. She was hidden to ten to twelve feet all the time. All the time wherever you want to be dug on the green she put it there. Did you have the same sense. That mardi did yes. She her mrs tomorrow. Point where twenty feet away from the pen and her normal shots were all inside all inside. Ten twelve feet You know again. I joked that she could not even joked. But she could have legitimately shots fifty nine on his round of sixty two. She missed three Three really makeable birdie putts early And she probably she probably missed three or four really makable putts every round and. i think that's just golf. You know you know if everyone made every everyone would be shooting in the sixty s At that level all the time but you know her her par- or her bad rounds were even par one under par. She's just her mrs. You're just so so small comparatively to even a a really good golfer or a good golfer and it was just it was just hold. It was incredible. So let's get to the really important things it's about ninety five degrees out there and everybody's shits and like an airedale and you have more time than i've ever seen in my life every time i tune on the thing there's doug hurson wiping his brow. He's taking off his sad. He's wearing his black socks. It good towel usage. He's guidance girl around. She's gonna win. It's phenomenal what was it like. I mean how many of you boys like texted you or called your said. What are you doing on television. This is fabulous. Yeah i got flurry of checks on saturday afternoon during the rain. Delay with pictures like screen shots from cell phones on tv. Like what what is going on like why..

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"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Previously on the tony kornheiser show the next morning peterson. the airport. You know everybody bleary eyed blah. He's looking at the london times. All these papers news thinking off sandy. Lyle you know. Uk guy wins the open that kind of thing front page of every paper peter's face wrong stop against some other literally. Yeah the tony kornheiser show is on. Now that's the voice of steve sands. He will be on to talk about colin more. Cala michael wilbon will be on later. Talk about colin more cala and the Nba playoff so. We're going to open the show. You've heard me talk all last week. And the week before about the columbia girls the columbia country club hosting the junior girls event. And and i went out there. I'll talk about me going out there at some point. But i'm watching on television and i am watching the best player in the tournament. The reigning united states women's amateur. Champion rose zhang. And i see somebody on the bag. And i go. What's this. i think i called. Mike says that doug is doug hurson on. Is that your fourball partners at doug hurson on the bag so doug who has been the champion club champion at columbia and who grew up. Basically there with with michael joins us. Now you're caddying you know in my mind. I don't think this is true. Maybe for juniors but you know golfers of a big time. Quality have their own caddies. Who travel with them now. You can't do that. I guess in the amador's will maybe you can. Maybe you can pay your catty and you can have the caddy with you. But how did you of all people to get to caddy for. How did you get the favourite and the ultimate winner. Roy zhong to put you on the bag. Yeah it was a who was a really lucky kind of circumstance there So as you said you can't caddy you can't have a parent caddy for you. In junior event so normally rose has her dad catty for so for instance she's going. She flew to france yesterday. Play in the evian masters in her dad will be on the bag for but junior events. You can't do that so i think. In the first couple of days Saturday and sunday. She had planned to pushcart per bag. But in ninety five hundred weather and super superheavy course. She quickly realized that she didn't want to do that. and peter farrell another member that you obviously know who is the chairman if you will for the the caddy program that was That they kinda had installed to make sure that we had enough volunteer caddies and club caddies caddy for the girls. Should they need them on saturday. They had about sixty five confirmed by the end of the day. They had the need for like eighty five more I was the practice. Cherish facility going practice practice facilities chair going into the tournament. So i taken the week off and and peter came up to me early in the week. early saturday and said hey you know i might need a under the caddy. Are you available for the week. And you and i said yeah sure. I'd love to for anybody so sunday. Afternoon walls around you know he texts me okay and he question like where are you. I was having lunch. Runs up to In the the ballroom or they were serving lunch for volunteers players. He says hey. Can you caddy. I've got a good player. Who roseanne is you know. I almost choked on my food You know hurt. She was like the number one player in the world. You know asking for a caddy and me possibly getting the opportunity to i was like of course of course i would caddy for her. No no questions asked can't wait okay. When was when was the last time you caddied for anyone. So that's another question. I had probably not caddied for anyone since you know my brief stint on the mini tours and in college But a normal thing that we would do when we would. We would go to tournaments. We would to drive down or something and if one of us made cut you know and one of us didn't wanna caddy for the other one vice versa So honestly probably that's like twenty twelve twenty thirteen where i truly caddy for anybody. So it's been quite a while. So i mean i i need to sort of set this up because it's important when you ask for a local caddy and columbia has tens of caddies dozens of caddies. You do that because you you anticipate that they will know the course and tell you how to play a given whole is tremendously high stakes here. This is the junior girls championship. The story you just show up. Keep up right right. You got a really good at this. You're you're like a catch. You're talking to a pitcher. It's important that there's trust. I heard a story that she had no idea. Not only that you golf at all but that you were the club champion multiple times. I heard she didn't know that is that true. Did you not tell her that. So i i went in saying absolutely nothing I didn't want to presume or or you know kind of you know. Put myself out. There is like hey you know. I know how to play golf so let me help you. She's a number one player in the world. Not just girls. She's like a number one amador in the world of all women that are not professional. So i'm not going to go out there and be like hey. I've won this club championship a couple of times and i've got some good scores out here but You know it i. I went in there. And knowing i was gonna essentially slow play my caddie experience until she feels like she needs either advice or or shows me that you know maybe she is willing to take some advice So we kinda started off with. Just you know yardages wind slope elevation etc. Whatever you wanna call it And then that's kind of progressed to you know helping maybe club You know maybe maybe she hit that..

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"z. bag" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on Planet Money

"You're listening to planet money listener. Questions next caller. What's on your mind. I plan money. I'm nathan smith from california. And i've got a burning question i gotta ask you. Those are our favorite questions nathan. Hopefully we will have a scorching hot answer for you. I've always joked with a friend who lives in canada about how they drink their milk from a bag and at one point he told me. Well you don't understand. It's because of how economically speaking. It just makes more sense for milk to be in a bag. And i was like. Is that really true. So why is it. That canada bags their milk. Please planet money. You're the only one. I can count on this. Can you help me out. Wow worry not nathan smith. You've come to the right place. Nathan is right. In parts of canada. Milk does not come in the plastic jugs we know and love here in the us but in a thin gigli plastic bag so for this. We have brought in our resident milk. Sleuth sarah gonzales. The mic resident mostly. Okay but i understand. You spoke to an official more official milk expert. Andrew nevada vich at cornell university. Yeah and milk. Expert is not exactly how andrew would introduce himself. That's a little narrow for andrew. He is a whole dairy economist. And do you have a favorite day. Product milk cheese butter. I grew up in wisconsin. So you gotta say cheese. Okay makes sense all right. Andrew is going to tell us how. Canada ended up selling milk in bags. But i i just had to ask him like. How do you even pour milk out of a flimsy bag. And here's how it works. I andrew says milk is really only sold in bags in eastern canada. So when you walk into a grocery store there in the refrigerator section you see these gigli. Wobbly bags of milk stacked on top of each other and inside each bag is like three smaller bags of milk okay. So it's like milk inception bags of milk within bags of milk. One bag of mail. Three bags inside. Yeah one bag of milk with three bags inside and when you get home under says you take out one of the smaller milk bags you put it in some kind of pitcher then you cut off one of the edges of the plastic bag while the bag is in the pitcher and then you just pour your milk out from the pitcher from then on bag in a pitcher pitcher in the fridge. They're scissors involved. That's the process. They're really make you work for your milk and eastern canada. I mean there's a lot of extra steps. Americans would never do this. But why does candidate do it. This way all right before. I tell you how canada ended up on like team milk bags. Andrew says we should know why in the us the hard plastic milk jug became so popular at the milk jug came out in the nineteen seventies and it became really popular immediately for a few reasons. Enter says it had a built in handle unlike. Say a milk carton. It had a tight screw tops of the milk felt safe inside and the job was clear. So you could see if you were running. Low which was apparently very important to americans all about convenience in the case of canada The plastic bag became popular for a slightly different set of reasons. One that they talk about the most is this conversion to the metric system the metric system in the nineteen seventies. justin trudeau's dad so the current prime minister of canada. His dad pierre trudeau. He led the conversion to the metric system in canada. So canada had to switch every container and package in the country that said gallons or pounds to leaders or kilograms. The is metrification right and as you might imagine not. Everybody in canada was crazy about this idea. This i imagine is a pretty expensive transition to make new packages for everything that's sold in a grocery store. Yeah it is and in fact. That's always one of the top reasons that are given for why the united states doesn't go to the metric system that the cost of conversion would be enormous. Milk could no longer say one gallon. It had to say three point. Seven eight leaders or some other round number like four leaders so the story goes that in canada. When milk processors had to create these new milk jugs and cartons they would have had to create like these new mold at the factory and it was just easier to cut up a plastic bag to the right measurement and print a new label. So that is apparently when milk bags became a thing in canada. Okay so now. The the big looming economic question at the heart of this is milk cheaper in canada because it sold in these bags so in canada milk is actually more expensive than it is in the united states. What come on. I know but it has nothing to do with milk. Bags versus milk jugs. Andrew says packaging milk in a thin. Plastic bag is a few cents cheaper than using a thicker. Plastic jug but milk is still more expensive in canada for these totally unrelated reasons. There are these complicated price guarantees and production limits on milk in canada which drive up costs. Okay so eastern. Canadians drink milk out of bags because of the metric system and yes.

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"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"The problem is you're at a place where a lot of these older gentlemen are. you know. Maybe they've never been married. I mean they are actually giving you the least amount of effort when it comes to their profile and be right there photos. I mean it's disgusting. How little effort these men put in. But then they expect to match with the twenty two year old sucking swimsuit model. Yeah that's not happening. And if another guy takes another photo of himself in the bathroom with no shirt on its who cares with your underwear hanging in the back no skid marks on them no no. I don't have time for that. I don't have time not going to allow you to go on a date with some man who's got his panties hanging in the background right all right now. The guy that holds up a fish. I guess he's holding the fish to say. Hey i can catch fish and feed us. no. I don't want to eat your fish. I wanna go to bones. Yeah i want to go to a nice frigging restaurant. Yes this is a restaurant in atlanta for those who will get that reference. Well mom when i peruse and scroll through your dating apps it meaning to me. It's just almost disgusting and unfair. How little effort that these men put it to everything. They are not doing anything to try and put their best foot forward yet. Your profile to me is is adorable. You have great photos. We really took some time and effort. And like you said these men are taking a lot of photos from just the neck up. It's like when i try and facetime time you and the only thing i can see up your nose their photos. Nobody you don't wanna facetime. Nobody knows how to take a decent fucking photo. I i just don't understand these guys. These guys don't connect with you and your fucking catch. I know what heather i know. What am i gonna do what you can do is hopefully we have a fucking listener to this podcast who's got a nice well-to-do uncle or maybe you know dad has been divorced or widowed as well you need somebody who's at the exact level as you are. Yes that's true. I think. Mom like i said with the art. You get a little excited you find it really fun and entertaining to swipe through this obviousness that is on these dating sites but i think you are really ready to start dating yeah. I think i'm ready to start dating but on the other hand have there. I am a little nervous. I mean to fall in love again. Does it happen twice. I don't know maybe. And i'm a lot to handle for most people a lot. Check in with jeff daniels. You'll say your mother is a lot to lot to what your mom your vibrant. You.

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"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Do well. Of course i'm fleeing your quarter but you're an incredible designer credible danger. But i don't understand why like when when it's time for you to sit down and do stuff with the website. It's time for you to sit down and work on the shipping of a certain painting. You'd like well. I gotta go to. Mary's and decorated house. Which that's great but this is your time mom. I end alert to be selfish. You need to learn how to be selfish for yourself. Well how did the other day. I work with jordan. And this is a shoutout to jordan. Jeff i went through all the art said. No we have to do it. All separate we named the stuff and we were bing bang boom in twenty minutes. I don't want to deal with all the other minutia steph. I just wanna get in my studio and get law. And that's what. I like to do as well let the artists be the artists. And that's why you have good people around you to help you do the day-to-day shit. But i'm gonna tell you this right now. This is going to sound like hotcakes. I need you to understand the. It's about to blow up and either you're ready for your night. You either look me dead in my eyes and we've got it live on the podcast. Can you handle this. That's why i can have all right good girl now. Let's get to the dating. Oh somebody helped me. it's bad it is. I feel so bad for these poor soul. I don't while i do look heather. Everybody wants love. I just don't wanna go traipsing around the country in this guys are and you pilot. I and i had to send him a message. And i said hey jim i hate to tell you. I'm an interior designer. I wouldn't step foot in that. Rv nothing matched. i cannot talk. You know highly enough about this company. I really have just changed the game for me for my fertility for my womanhood. All things and i'm talking about modern fertility. I love martyr fertility. Because basically it's an easy and affordable way to test your fertility hormones at home with a simple fingerprint mail it in with the prepaid.

"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

03:16 min | 7 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"My mother diva read the right. Contemporary robin mcmahon. Hello everyone this is so exciting. I've been begging heather to let me on for weeks now so mom. Let's back up. You say it in passing. If you know that i record my podcasts usually monday morning so i can do a recap the week before and then you every single time. I might bombed. You wanna come back. I gotta go to target. Have the tj maxx. She's got a brand new set of discounted shoots. I gotta go well. That's true heather. And i had to hit up a homegoods so really busy. I'm actually a little disappointed jillian bell. Who's an incredible actress and great comedian. And she is actually doing national commercials right now for homegoods and i just feel like that was a missed opportunity. I could also be doing national commercials for homegoods. Yes no kid i mean. Share your her good for her for booking the job but i feel like you and i could really do a mother daughter. Homegoods duo suv. Anybody like any sales execs. Marketing exacts.

"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Y'all i'm very excited to bring in my guest. You know where you love her. I live with her. She's incredible. I'm not even gonna really tell you much more. Except that she's the love of my life and robin has been begging to come on. This podcast yet really doesn't give me the time of day so i finally was able to lock her in the kitchen and say listen bitch. You're coming on today because people have been requesting. She's the most requested. Guess always 'cause robbins y savage. Classy buji ratchet. I'm so proud of this woman. We're talking about her art. Talk about dating talk about all the things and really get some unsolicited life. Advice roots go all right. You know where you love. Her live from the studio aka the basement of her own house. Ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the podcast. My mother diva read the right. Contemporary robin mcmahon. Hello everyone this is so exciting. I've been begging heather to let me on for weeks now so mom. Let's back up. You say it in passing. If you know that i record my podcasts usually monday morning so i can do a recap the week before and then you every single time. I might bombed. You wanna come back. I gotta go to target. Have the tj maxx. She's got a brand new set of discounted shoots. I gotta go well. That's true heather. And i had to hit up a homegoods so really busy. I'm actually a little disappointed jillian bell. Who's an incredible actress and great comedian. And she is actually doing national commercials right now for homegoods and i just feel like that was a missed opportunity. I could also be doing national commercials for homegoods. Yes no kid i mean. Share your her good for her for booking the job but i feel like you and i could really do a mother daughter. Homegoods duo suv. Anybody like any sales execs. Marketing exacts.

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"z. bag" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast

The MF'N Podcast

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"z. bag" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast

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