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Bruce Williamson, former Temptations lead singer, has died at 49
"Virus Virus hits hits the the music music world world again. again. Former Former lead lead singer singer of of the the Temptations Temptations Bruce Bruce Williamson Williamson has has done done complications of covert 19 Williamson says he was diagnosed late last month. His son writes an emotional Facebook post, where eulogizes his father Williamson toward with the modern edition of the R and B singing group. For nearly 10 years, he left the group in 2015. Bruce Williamson was just 49 years old. It's
"bruce bruce" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"If Jimmy if they could get Jimmy a Xhosa with squads we bust right through this Brocchini. Thank you. Get me a zing endorser. They would work. Kyle Shanahan was not wearing a bra for I think it works well, Tim would be perfect. You should try, bro for broken any I brought you gotta wear Brookie Negro, and I could see him. Tim would be the perfect guy. Right? Say everything is bro anyway. So put on your brocchini. I'm standing there with Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Bo so they'd sell some No. That that would be it right there anyway, so they're selling? Well, you're saying I'm trying to look, they put 5250 together. I'll take five to go in the house. I mean, I could see somebody like Gronk wearing one of these, you know, just like Gabbar. Tom Brady. Bruce. Bruce Arians. You see Bruce Arians receivers areas that we'll be paid Caroline it But I don't. I don't want to see Andy Reid in this. No, I don't know. Can you read? He's lost a lot of weight this year like a guy like decayed Metcalfe, right who we saw at the super Save a kid. Metcalf could pull this off, right? Surely watch Fred Williams to put this out. But I would love this each other boys what he couldn't fit in diapers and struggle Stone with valleys. Where way Brocchini's you could look it up on Instagram self there? Yeah. One other quick on crispy cream or, you know you're not a big donut, crispy cream worker runs donut through Glaser 25. Times creates monster, Russell. I'm looking at this thing that doesn't look good. One time through five, but he read it through with five times. Yeah, just what was what was the topping? Just the glaze. Don't extra. Jay Glazer? Yeah. Looks nasty. I do. I do not like doughnuts and some really awful like Tim Hortons doughnuts like hockey pucks, not a crispy cream. I remember when they first opened and you could they were in Southern California first. And I thought about by every an investor in one California people really gonna go for doughnuts, But the whole assembly line where you can watch it, you know be made and kids were young. They were really into him. And if I'm gonna have a doughnut, though, I'm not gonna have many, but if I am gonna have a doughnut, it's definitely gonna be a crispy cream. I mean, they're so light and fluffy aren't Yeah. Yeah, For sure. Oh, by the way, Clyde Drexler. That's right. Clyde Jackson did have the horseshoe Brian Cardinal People saying Had the horse you Clyde didn't quite had. He did at the ID and the horse. You know, that was really Caroline. No, really close. We're not like that. Clyde, the glide and the horseshoe. The bar boys for Dwight. It'll No way. Yeah, he was giving up close to the end. Now somebody says Russell Wilson would wear Brocchini. He probably would. For attention. He shaved his head. Come in at the end it before he did that He was he was He was further. I'll say this. He was further along than LeBron is right now. I don't know that he necessarily have the full one. But he was even Coro when he was five slam a jam. Oh, yeah, For sure. Larry Misha. No, I was a good group within it. All right. That is your sweet, clean caboose pistol. Oh, Alex Caruso. Yeah, Crusoe. She changed. You said, though, or got down to the nubs. You know the horseshoe, though he has nothing. He just has very thin air. Yes, but it looks better when he cuts it short The other day. My son actually pointed out to me was like, Yeah, that's not bad if it's short, but if you let it grow, it looks like baby fuzz. He's had an unfortunate hair life. Every time he comes back as my daughter went out to a big, huge brunch, I told you the story. It was like 20 people there, and he orders like everything. He's Alex Caruso and the the and they just They divvy up the bail, and he just, you know, divides it by Homer, people there. And he ordered like what he heard, like 67 item..
Hawaii Is Ramping Up Its Virus Tracing Program
"Governor, David Gaze, Adding more Corona virus contact tracers to meet increasing demand. On Wednesday they held a news conference at the White Convention Center, which is now the office. Of about 100 new contact tracers. The convention center also became makeshift office space for extra unemployment staffers when the Labor Department was overloaded with claims earlier this year. This comes after state senators found just 15 contact tracers in one Oahu office Henley as many as 200 cases, each, officials at the convention center say the first order of business is to prioritize more high risk cases to prevent more outbreaks from happening, happening, Hawaii Hawaii added added 261 261 Corona Corona virus virus cases cases yesterday, yesterday, a a day day after after health health director director Dr Dr Bruce Bruce Anderson Anderson said said the the state state is is moving moving in in the the right right
"bruce bruce" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"So we can see we have some options I could try man I. I love it. Really quickly, I want to plug. A couple of friends have albums out and. I listened to one of them just came out one of them came out a few weeks ago and I, are I already talked about it a little bit but I just got a chance to listen to it all the way through and this guy's just so funny Sam Evans has now called sweet baby boy that I gotTA recommend. He's he's such a funny funny dude and I hate the term underrated but I am going to say I think because I feel like people should know about him. He's a great great comic integrate guy. and then also Michelle balloon just put out an album. That is called permanent hat. So check out those permit permanent had I liked the name I'm intrigued. I. That is hair I think sounds like. We got high clips for you today here coach and you will heads. I got I got clips from Shane tour is half hour killer clip killer comic. The show with me in Brooklyn called good guide alongside Caitlin Cooke and phoebe bottoms, and the second clip I have for you is from comedy legend. Bruce Bruce, from his comedy central presents from season seven. You guys could probably tell this by looking at me, but I have been fired a lot. I'm thirty five years old and I look like a native American meatloaf impersonator. It's funny. Assad guy quit his job the best way ever as working at a restaurant in Fort Worth Texas where I'm from in this manager. Yeah. Okay. This manager, Pat Weight or Richard Gotten a huge argument front of all the customers on the dining room floor screaming back and forth until finally the manager pat he just grabbed the waiter Richard and he just goes. All right. Richard. Get the fuck out your fucking yard. In Richard Yield back without missing a beat. I don't need this God damn job. I sell. Coke..
"bruce bruce" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"What a killer said, what a killer bid I thought that would be an appropriate bid to close out what is I guess the summer's almost over which feels insane but I hot little. AC Bit. I love that whole set the next bit is very funny onto to is a bit about how tiny whales is our that I really enjoy I am Tom. Takhar of course joined as always by producer extraordinaire coach t our coach I'm doing very well so. I gotTA. I gotta ask you right up top coach. You heard me introduce the show. What do you think of calling the audience chocolates? Oh Yeah The catch you at all. I was like I love the effort. Heads Okay I'm I'm trying to think of what we can call. I realized for every other show done I've had a name for the. Audience of some kind and I. You know I'm a I'm a democratic man I feel like we should let people have a vote a little bit maybe so Maybe. If you got a better name than chuckle heads or if you like chuckle Ed's I'm L. I, literally thought of that as I started up here. So that one's off the dome. But if you have one, the thing is better Senate into s ut Pied Edgy Mail DOT COM and. We'll take to the streets maybe we'll put it on twitter someone see what people think I'm rolling with Chuck has I mean Chuck Leads I. IT Works Right now I believe in. You don't see doozy about chuckle heads coach. All right. I've done by in your chocolates because it sounds like a fat guy that's why and I don't think. Fat. That's why I don't think they're all guys. Are you talking about I was have to do what is chuckling have to do with being fat I? Don't know what happened in my head. I'm not saying it's logical. I mean I want to say that sounds like a problem at the time I do understand man I I wanted to talk about this because this is all I've been thinking about is I gained a bunch of weight over quarantine I think everybody did. Some people didn't some people are like ripped now and it doesn't that just piss you off. And I want to be now it's funny because I hate what I WANNA be. I WANNA I wanNA do that so. Now that comedy's somewhat back, they're doing shows in the park and stuff and. Occasionally on a rooftop here there. You know what else is back pictures of you doing comedy which I hate it's the worst feeling you get off stage. You've had fun little set you you think you looked like a golden God up there and then you get home and sure enough there's a picture of you in the way I stand like really makes me look like Shit I. Think I think it's funny and then in retrospect I'm like have some posture buddy. You're representing yourself and people. Find attractive people more funny I have a theory on that but. Anyway. I feel like I. Look like Shit and I hate it. So I've been I've been really hitting it. I got wait law I got like a personal trainer, APP I just lose my mind out here coach Hey man I'm with you spiritually. Here I'll just eat it. I could be fat. I'm okay with that. I I. Appreciate that I wish I I'm basically during Orangina I basically did that and I'm not trying to make anybody feel any kind of way about what they're doing. It's just me. I. Beat myself up constantly. Here's what I. Did this week I just grilled as a man I don't know how to Diet I don't know all I know is eat one thing and I grilled a bunch of chicken and I that's what I eat every single meal and I'm getting tired of it but you know that's all I. got it. Yeah. I mean, we haven't had this conversation before, but I'm a college wrestler. Yes and high school. I wrestled two hundred and fifteen pounds. Four Years in college I wrestled hundred and ninety seven pounds. WHOA. So I used to come in I think my last year I weighed about two sixty to forty five fifty around there and ended up wrestling one, ninety seven so. Lost so much weight that I'm kind of it's a little overrated for me. So you've been there you did it. Work as. You're built like me. It's a lot of work. It's. Jean. Fisher I lost. Sixty, to seventy pounds when I was nineteen and I also I know what the went into that and I. Don't feel like doing that ever. Again, I also got too low I got down to like one thirty was. No I wish actually kind of I got really into diet pills which basically are met. I would do I was doing I was taking hydroxy cut. In the morning and I would eat a piece of toast. It's not good. This is people are going to be upset that we're talking about this Shit I. Probably shouldn't have even brought up. It's my own. It's my own bullshit then I gotta get over. But at the same time I have been on healthy. It's not like a thing where it's like, Oh, I gained weight because my body's just do that I've been not giving a shit because of quarantine and not doing anything. So I it's more mental than anything I just need to give my head out of my little S. Yeah Man. Yeah Man I. Know One day, we can have that conversation to man. You got a lot of conversations. We coach. Again though if you have a replacement name for the fans s ut pottage email, dot com and coach wanted to show up with one next week I. WanNa hear I wanNA hear yours there..
Rediscovering the Joy of Work with Bruce Daisley
"Work. Is this really fascinating thing because it's something that almost all Americans do every single weekday. We spend a lot of time at work. And for some people, it's incredibly healthy, rich, life-giving robust, but then there's a whole other group of people sometimes in the same industry, sometimes in the same job that view work, unhealthy, stressful, draining demeaning and frustrating from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and their prophets. I'm your host Alex, Judd and today we get to. To talk with Bruce Days Lee Bruce Bruce's someone that has spent a large part of his career, really trying to understand and examine what it takes to create a life giving rich robust work environment. This is something that he really started to learn. Whenever he served as the European vice president for twitter, but then dove even deeper into as he wrote the book and hosted the podcast called. Eat Sleep, work repeat, but all of this focus on creating and perpetuating effective work environments all started with one very simple curiosity. Yes first and foremost started off probably in a job. The other always dreamed of you know of I. Was honored to have setup the London twitter office from a handful of people, and it was, so it was combination of intense startup, mentality and then working. Tech, firm that I thought that was the holy Grail, and I think from my perspective. I found myself developing a curiosity. The I want to understand why sometimes we have a magic in our work teams, and why sometimes that Magic's option? It's a like if you went to a party every day. If all of us live, maybe Beverly Hills lifestyle, but if we were all going to a party everyday pretty quickly, you'd start thinking okay. This good par is in bad policies, these good energy and bad energy, and I guess to some extent. I wanted to understand that energy that sometimes we find ourselves enveloped in incredible positive effervescent energy I wanted to know how could bring some of that to my own workplace so I mean I'll be candid with you. You. I started from a a bad place. The party had died the Party paper guests relieving the Party and you know we had one year where around forty percent of the London team left, and it's incredible failing when that Matt people leave team because you know every Thursday is a leaving drinks, and you just constantly feel like you waiting for the next. person's telling you they're going. And at that stage. I just felt like okay. I need to take. Remedial action I need to do something to bring life back to the organization, and so I think from my perspective I set about trying to do the challenge I found. Is there a lot of the books you buy? These things will talk in big lofty terms. They'll say oh. You need to bring purpose back and I found myself on a Wednesday morning sitting at my desk, thinking okay, if I wanNA bring up back what other specific actions I need to take now I almost wanted. The manner of a cookbook wanted something it was. Rather than telling me what to do. I wanted to know how to do so I think all of my stuff really has been lay. Persons take to try to understand what psychology neuroscience own manner of other social science. He's telling us about. How make work better? And that's what I love about your perspective in what I've seen from talks. Also in your book is you came at this content from a matter of it sounds like necessity like you were a consumer of this content. It sounds like because you were putting into action. Is that right very much? So you know I wanted to stop making changes. I'll give you a spectator a lot of us. Probably you know if we'd look to the word of the year in two thousand and nineteen, there were so many articles about burnout, US J., and a was really interesting. You probably don't get that volume of writing and commentary on on something. Everything from you know Wall Street Journal. Today like. Also women's mags. Everywhere fitness magazines. It was everywhere and so I was really interested. Right? Okay, one of the reasons. Why so many of my team acquitting? It seems to be that burn is contributing. I wanted to know right specifically. If that's the one thing, I'm going to tackle, what could I do? And sometimes there's just not an easy answer to those things. And I found the because I was the audience that I was thinking about I wanted to try to solve for some of these some of these things that may be get written about as trends, but unwritten about. As a way to try and solve them as about thinking okay, so if I was running a team of. Two. Hundred people one of the things that I could do that would make worked better for my team and I think specifically my view us, what are the ways that we can make our workplaces more productive? Happy? Yes, but productive specifically largely because I think to some extent happiness follows when the workplace he's productive. You know you don't necessarily need to be fizzing with euphoria. I'm not seeking to make happiness in that sense that you know we gifting people, cupcakes and smoothies to. Put them into a delirious stay of over stimulated ajoy, but rather more wanting to make sure that they felt like jobs will rewarding that jobs were satisfying were getting things done, and there's no shortage of evidence for those things after when you delve into the research of this failed some of the things that come out remarkably obvious
"bruce bruce" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Eight o'clock and all is sweltering. Hey, this hour. Some cool tunes, however, gonna hear from Queen the Rolling Stones at Benatar. Bruce Bruce gets the hours started. Got a moment. You just With I've been playing it on the radio ever since it was a brand new record dating myself. New Jersey Chime Time.
Wild drop interim tag to make Dean Evason full-time coach
"The last hour that the Minnesota wild today removed the interim tag from coach Dean Iverson. Making him the team's full time head coach heading into the resumption of the regular season. He sounded too. Your contract today, keeping him on the job through 2022. He's been with wild since 2018 took over the team on February 14th. After After former former coach coach Bruce Bruce Boudreau Boudreau was was fired fired in in 18 18 of of 12 12 games, games, his his head head coach coach before before the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic pandemic shut shut down down the the NHL NHL season. season. The wild return of the ice on August 2nd when they start a best of Siri's. Against Vancouver. WCC
Atlanta authorities investigating 2 drownings on Lake Lanier
"N. R. Is investigating two drownings and like Linear this weekend, 59 year year old old Bruce Bruce Hild Hild drowned drowned about about 5:30 5:30 p.m. p.m. Friday Friday after after jumping jumping from from a a boat boat at at Docket Docket Mill Mill Campground Campground and and never never resurfacing. resurfacing. Ah, Ah, 45 45 year old man disappeared about 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Lake Linear Park, and later a swimmer recovered his body
Man With Box Cutter Shot, Killed by Philadelphia Officer, Police Say
"In Philadelphia cops had a confrontation with a man with a box cutter last night that man is dead news K. Y. W. sentiment leave this happened just after five PM right across from the Frankford transportation center center near near Penn Penn in in practice practice greets greets staff staff inspectors inspectors say say computer computer Bruce Bruce says says the the man man was was chasing chasing a a septa septa employee employee with with the the weapon weapon the the serviceman serviceman was was chasing chasing them them down down the the street street the the boy boy approaches approaches the office of flags them down as a lesson that man is chasing me with a knife the officers get out to entertain and they to observe that the mail in the session up at night his office is repeatedly told the man to drop the weapon he refused and allegedly lunged at the cops one of the officers a twenty eight year old officer with seven years experience assigned to the fifteenth district it discharges firearm one time strike in the mail in the abdomen reports or area the man was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead officials say the investigation is still very preliminary as many units are gathering the facts including the officer involved shooting unit and internal
How to monetize and tokenize data Insights from Ocean Protocol
"I'm very pleased to have Bruce Bruce Pond founder of ocean protocol. Bruce could you please give listeners a quick introduction on yourself. Yeah I got into the blockchain space about almost six years ago. So Trent mccown again myself we. We're kind of early to the space in getting excited about bitcoin and Then seeing how the tools bitcoin or the concepts of bitcoin could be applied into nonfinancial use cases like data before that essentially I was this building banks around the world for over a decade in Asia in North America as well as in Europe and that informed a lot of the way that I was thinking about how we could upbraid the financial system and Bitcoin was a strong inspiring on a factor for for us to for myself to jump away from building banks and move into building building infrastructure to unlock data. Brilliant Brilliant. So here at inch long we always ask all our speakers acres first question which is what is blockchain. And how does it work defense he giving a defining it. I given a lot of talks at at multiple levels of abstraction and the best way that I can think about blockchain is it's it's what we call a general purpose technology. There are only about votes thirty to thirty five general purpose technologies that have ever been discovered on earth by humanity and humankind. you start with things like fire higher agriculture domestication of animals. And you go all the way back into this century century before and that is electric occasion. It's the rail system in this decade. We're going to see things like a blockchain bioengineering these types of general stack -nology steady essentially infuse themselves across the entire world. And that's why I think particularly for this podcast. When it was originally geared towards the insurance industry your audience is much much broader because a blockchain is affecting more than just insurance? Because it's it's the holistic view. Just it is all around us whether it's in our devices are machines are cars in the street lighting. It's been integrated enjoying Chhaya world and so at the highest level. The way that I explained blockchain is one of those fancy new technologies that is going to change the world over the next thirty years At a more in depth technical level you could just say that it is a way for us to use technology where you don't need to trust in authority and I saw line interesting concept. I read about it yesterday and it was science in the enlightenment. took us away from believing in authority. The supreme extreme kind of knowledge of authority in when whether whether it was in Or the king. Or what have you. And it made us take a different methodology for understanding the world around us which was the scientific method which was criticism and understanding. This blockchain is taking us away from believing that we need a central intermediary to hold things of value for us like bank like a government or any other enterprise that holds for instance our data and blockchain allows for data to now be held in a way that there is no authority. You control your own data and for me that is probably the most powerful way for people to understand. Is that we question authority now. Now when it comes to holding things evaluators before in the scientific method this this whole trend over the last four or five hundred years is that we question authority for knowledge and so just Internet which came let's Thirty years ago to the general broad public allowed US access to information In a way that was never before possible now. Blockchain is going to allow us to get access to control our own assets in a way never before apostle I'm just not even going to go into the technical aspects. I absolutely love that definition in a clinician. Thank you so much for that. So we've we've had the pleasure of having Trent mcconaughey your your partner. CO-FOUNDER I'd ocean protocol here on blogs but for our listeners who are Aaron Familiar wiz Ocean Protocol. Could you please give us a quick introduction on it. Ocean protocol is the confluence of six years of working in the blockchain space. As I said. We're Kinda pioneers in years in space. Where in two thousand thirteen Trent mcconnachie and his wife Mash Mikan and he came up with the idea of Bitcoin? Is this really interesting. Global database that allows the people to have perfect knowledge about who controls what financial bitcoin right and we said well. This is one of the problems. In Intellectual Property Copyright who owns the copyright who owns the rights to control the distribution of for instance music or books or anything else of of value that is more of intellectual nature so we started a company in two thousand fourteen. Called a scribe to do exactly that to try to put intellectual property copyright trademarks. All these types of things on the Bitcoin blockchain now we we know. We found out pretty quick about eighteen months later that using bitcoin Bitcoin as the transport and storage medium for Meta data for copyrights was not a good idea. BITCOIN is meant to be essentially financial infrastructure actor digital cash and we realized that we needed other infrastructure and this is when all the other hybrid different blockchain started. Come out so a theory we were kind of in that same cohort There was other things Around such as the theory that we kind of gone into Zeitgeist and we created this called Big Jane Devi which was a database that was built on blockchain technology to store meditate. disolve exactly a problem. With a scribe and as we worked in big chain we did about fifty to two hundred industry proof of concepts we realized that. Where does this all lead and thinking taking the bird's eye view once again? We realized that UH who needs data with providence who needs control of their data it is the people either providing data And trying to sell it for the consumers because a is actually sucking up all the data we don't necessarily realize add the normal person just hanging out on the street but everybody viscerally feels else that Google Amazon facebook and a whole bunch of other of these online companies are sucking up the data to feed their Ai Algorithms and and the more sources where you can get data from and not just one source for instance the better your albums going to be and if you can ensure that you know the provenance the ownership the origin of data. Then you have something that can start to change the economic model. Aw for society when it comes to nonfinancial use cases such as intellectual property I just WanNa take segue and say that. In the mid nineties there was evaluation of all the land and all the intellectual property on earth came out about half half so land and was worth multiple trillions and intellectual property was worth about the similar thing. Going thing was we didn't have the proper kind of valuation method for intellectual the property nor did we have the infrastructure to track who owns what and with blockchain we finally have that we both have a financial infrastructure from global borderless payments micro payments as well and we have a global infrastructure to track ownership of intellectual property property and so we think that this is a defining moment for human society where the things that most people are now starting to do the service economy the knowledge economy. Amy is going to be valued in a way. That wasn't possible before and that in a nutshell is ocean. Protocol is trying to make that bridge between the current world. Where if you share something on the Internet it's gone? There's no value other than the knowledge that you can transmit and you have to find other ways to monetize and after ocean port goal which is where you have the providence of the data you have a means of exchanging value and money for that intellectual property and we can build build a new data economy that everybody on Earth can participate
"bruce bruce" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"Black champion. Comedy brought to you by Netflix and strong black leave each week. We tell us the COMEDIANS given us an escape from the bullshit job. The kids and those problems just won't go away people who made us rethink. I live in the world around us and most of all made us laugh. I ask is all. There's something about Comedians and the power that we have to make room full of people laughed. I know we make easy. But it sure is how people laugh is hard enough but game people to laugh at themselves selves. But that's a whole other thing Bruce Bruce makes that look easy he doesn't off the cuff. And these everybody gasps that do will roast you and that it's something he's been doing for years. He is a legend in the comedy. World is a known fact Bruce as their people are gonNA come and they're going to laugh he's holds his shows like bts he's comic view show where a lot of comments I start and there's nothing like legend leading the way for legends in the making reuss has also had his share of acting roles he's played characters. Like big Larry. The Cable Guy Health Inspector and had cameos hits liked. Think like a man. He's an offer to. He writes about his life growing up in. ACL shout out to the A. Hey and his career in his Book Baby James Round Bruce Bruce is the real deal deal did Brazil thedeal. Sorry tells up Bruce Bruce is still working and working hard. I got some time to sit down with him and chop it up about making people laugh and building a career bigger.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"At the MGM the state of the Bruce Bruce bank out the head of the PVC is here and thanks for sitting through that whole thing was interesting very he thought that is so like him I like record well he's been on the show forever see heard on the show before obviously so now we were talking before he came on about the fight and about the odds for the fight that will it go seven will not go seven in that it well as mine is about five will that it won't is mine is about twenty five so a lot of people think it won't go seven well the last one ten and now everybody saying that Ortiz in the best shape of his life away the second to last one ten but we just said that he could and did in the seventh right let's look at the size of that guy that was from the last fight no wonder they call in Cancun but it doesn't even look like that at all now he looks more like louder he looks he he's not as cut as well there but he's in great shape and he he I'm Tony this guy hits like like you get hit by a van and while I'm away it's a bit city said that's the the the biggest punches felt yet so when they put the line at the end it will go seven you gotta go well the last one you know and both these guys are saying the same thing in all the press out because of their salary rowdy rock yeah it's good and one by a knock out one way or the other if somebody's going to get knocked out so the cool thing about this card is you got these great light weight fighters you mention Leo Santa Cruz there's nobody throws more punches than Leo Santa Cruz so that's always an all action fight right and then you got to have an eight and then you've got the yeah the the fight of the night this is rose somebody punches he says he's going to steal the show well because you know well but he's in a real fight Miguel Flores is a real is a real fight right that they at least yeah I I gotta tell you Leo doesn't lives yeah you know what I don't know how I mean I I I'm we sort of a big wheel for Santa Cruz from but this guide to go floors is near the one that turned me on to Leo Santa Cruz now you're walking away the other I'm all get on it turning on now but this is not an easy fight is walls and not easy for an alpha figures out all these whose is magic he got you know Tom brown's they sit around and they got to go to charts and graphs and stats and you know they're putting this guy with that guy and you know I can't believe you but you match him up with that that's too tough that's too you know I tell you while they're G. yet they Wilder said I want to fight Luis Ortiz and everybody said why you beat of you've been knocked them out you don't need to fight him again right move on who wants to get hit by that guy again because people think that I almost lost again shown something and Ortiz what okay baby let's go I'm ready no should I I you know he's licking his chops is like okay give me another bite at the apple I'm going to I'm not going to you know I'm not gonna blow it he said movies or TV says in everyone of his interviews he said I'm not saying I'm gonna win but I'm gonna I'm gonna go down tryin okay what he's going to get knocked out right do you read me it's going to be one of the two of us so you've got a love that right what he's saying mafia do you think we're gonna see someone get dropped difficult somebody dropped us no doubt about it early or late see that's how you like a variety that's seven is such a tough one to pick because like you said you got rockets of last time I feel like both these guys respecting each other's power enough data.
Missing Virginia teen found safe, suspected abductor in custody
"Of Virginia team has been found safe after being missing for ten days correspondent Jim Ryan with that story is a bill Hicks disappeared from her home in Louisa county Virginia on on October October twenty twenty first first her her mother's mother's ex ex boyfriend boyfriend Bruce Bruce Lynch Lynch was was immediately immediately a a suspect suspect a a few few days days later later Lynch Lynch and and the the fourteen fourteen year year old old were were seen seen one one county county to to the the north north and sheriff's major Donnie lo said when this bill was spotted she appeared to be unharmed last night during a traffic stop Lynch and Isabel Hicks were pulled over she is said to be okay he's been arrested Lynch is being held on charges related to the adoption of a teen
"bruce bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"About a cartoon if you wanna even characterize it as a cartoon in the Harvard lampoon this week of a Photoshop cartoon of and Frank the young girl died in the holocaust her face photo shopped on the body of a bikini clad woman, and it was considered to be humorous chain Mansfield type. And the and the idea was the idea that they thought it was going to be so funny that this is gone before time virtual aging technology shows us what and Frank would have looked like if she hadn't died, and then goes on to say one more reason to to think the holocaust sucked. Well, there's one student at Harvard who that who took who took on his issue. Ginny baker. She included an image of the page in question in numerator her objections holocaust jokes. Never. Okay. She began sexualizing young girls body. Never. Okay. Sexualizing and Frank and saying his shame. She was ruthlessly murdered because of a religion because he would have been hot. So unbelievably not, okay. The article here on Boston dot com. Baker delivered a recommendation of the staff of the land Poon, try to find other ways to be funny rather than sexualizing trivializing, the Murphy young girl an entire population of people. She concluded this trash. Let's go to Newt BRUCE'S, Bruce, welcome you're next on nightside. Thank you. Dan. Well, thank you very much. Hope you're a regular listener. Thanks very much. Go right ahead. Well, I'm not seen yet. I've actually shocked, but I'm not surprised. I mean, if you look at how this will become and just how people just don't care anymore. It's just I'm not surprised, and you know, people to me blame the parents because as parents teaching children. What's right? What's wrong and to the kids? I would never magic as Mike just know. What's that? Like, this isn't close. This isn't a close. This is not a close. Call is what I'm saying. I mean, if all of a sudden Neo your one of your children said something someone else said something in this day of political correctness. I probably say five things or ten things fifty things day that someone might construe as being politically incorrect. But this is so far over the line. Bruce way. Do you see this? You're going to be just you'll be disgusted. You'll be appalled. There's no other way to describe this and. And my concern. And I'm not trying to politicize this. But back in the battle days, you had George Lincoln Rockwell. I think was the American leader of the Nazi party all eleven of them or whatever they were back in the days, and they would March around they were considered right wing nut jobs, and there there are plenty of right wing nut jobs out there. Put a lot of this stuff is now percolating on the American left. So we and at places like colleges up at Williams College read Jeff Robinson piece Jeff is the former head of the Massachusetts yesterday. He talked about Jewish students at Williams College not being allowed to present a point of view on Palestine. You know? Where does it end? I don't know where I know. Well, I know where it ended once Bruce and it never gets right? I mean, I have my my grandmother. And my Chris that they were there. They were neighbors. And he saw this. So I know what I know what I read the stories. Yeah. Look, I spent I spent an incredible day in nineteen eighty six in Auschwitz as a television reporter and read about it. But to see it to feel it to smell it to breathe it in in in. This is it's next to this town in in Poland. The name of the town is off for him and the German soldiers couldn't pronounce the name of the town Ostra him, so became outfits. That's how the name outfits came to be. And there were plenty of Christians who looked the other way. And and there was some heroic. There were some some Harare Christians. Okay. And some who gave their lives, but this this this can never happen again, Bruce, and when you see stuff like this it has to be stamped out. I'm a big free speech guy. But but this is not this is not this is pornography. Punt pornography in its worst sense. Please call my show. Call our show more often. Okay. We need we need thoughtful. Thank you night tonight. Leslie. For the first amendment. Doesn't mean you can't criticize what people little. Yeah. All right to set lampoon Hata right to print that I understand I understand in defense. And you say your first amendment guy. I'm very much I amendment that doesn't mean that. I'm not going to tell you. I think you're being incredibly either insensitive or in this case, you know, just a buffoon and being an mortally offending people. Yeah. So again, it's weird happened as I said before if this was some backwater group where from wherever and it got posted somewhere. You look at it. You say, oh, yeah. Oh my God. This is Harvard Olympe of the national impune, Leslie, you next on the ringcentral nightside Connelly. Thanks for calling in, Leslie. I'm pretty wound up tonight to be honest with you. Can I tell you? I have so many things to say. But I I know I keep it show. I my husband is is originally from Brazil. He's been here for about almost fifteen years. And unfortunately, do the circumstances beyond his control. He didn't finish school all the way. So I we try to go through all the different major things that happened in the world. So the other night after this part of the ninth time I've seen it. We watch Schindler's last said, you need to see a recount of really, you know, one story of what happened during that escorting despicable time. So we watched it again, I cried like a baby I do I retired. So so that's fresh in my mind. I just watched it a couple of nights ago and listening to this. It's noisy aiding. I I know I amendment you don't do that. And what what propelled this person should should to write this wh-what propel them to put that in in the in the newspaper, the magazine, and it's just not just one person. Don't forget an editorial board. Let that go through. The person who did it a mandate seeing tire upper echelon of national lampoon, a national the Harvard lampoon as well as national. The person who did the cartoon now, it's just one person. But then you had a whole slew of people that let it go through. It's disgusting. I just I what I'm trying to figure out is what made this person on this given day chez, all you know, I'm gonna do I'm gonna Photoshop a pitcher of anthrax head and what graduation time someone. I would. I would argue put it out there. Leslie, I would Huggies latent latent or virulent anti semitism, whichever you prefer. God. How could it be anything else? Couldn't be. I mean, and the thing is what shocks me as well is Harvard is one of the universities that is so socially and racially diverse. And religiously diverse is not philosophically diverse, Leslie. I just can't totally changes my view. I mean, our ready was disgusted by many of our universities for what happened with Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin that's just the whole ball of wax. But for this to happen at one of the number one you've seen in the in the world pretty much. I mean, it's not easy. And I can't this tremendous tremendously more this tremendous more diversity at most institutions of higher education this country that ever before. But that one diversity that is missing missing is is is rigorous intellectual philosophical diversity. The the faculty all have one point of view in the students are expected to regurgitate the point of view in order to get grades. That's what happens, and, and what is this is this is acceptable at the Harvard lampoon. And insane. And it it's it's just sad. Like, I I know you I've taught you before, Dan. I'm the lady has a little boys two and a half years old and things like this. I mean, I know people are gonna probably go, you know, she taking this to the extreme. But things like this. You know, I say to myself with so much in Massachusetts have great hospitals colleges schools all about things like this. Make me wonder what the heck is going to be like in another sixteen years when my little boy has college wasn't going to be like, then we'll list the schools wake up and realize look there are certain subjects in schools to into will always make four. There's no argument over that mathematics and all of that. But in other areas science and also in the liberal arts history and sociology and philosophy. You need to understand all the great thinkers, you need to be you need to expose yourself to variety of you points. And then come to your own conclusion, not be lead like. Horse to water by your college professor to only drink from one. Philosophical font. And you're absolutely right. Because then what's going to happen when the young people graduate and go into the real world where that's not gonna be. It's gonna be like that. And you longer because you're not you're you're you are gonna couch. What whomever your bosses by all the all they're going to do if they go into academe either going to reflect the same that, it's it's a monolithic point of view too, many universities in this country too many colleges this this look I went to a state college, Boston state college. You think this would have been allowed at Boston state college? When I went to college never never never less. Thank thank you so much. Have a wonderful night. And you know. Listen to all the time. You guys are wonderful. Thank you. Thanks very much. Thanks bye. Let me get Jim Newton here before the break chill gonna get a little bit into the break here. But I didn't want to wait that long. Go right ahead. You're nightside. Jim. Jim if you not they were going to move on. Okay. Put you on hold. Maybe he's he stepped off the phone attain. What let's take that break. We'll we'll take a quick break. We'll be back. Six one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty coming back on nightside. Nightside.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on WWL
"Eight o'clock WWL blue roller Gumbo opinion poll question, our traffic cameras about safety or a muddy grabbing we specifically talking about traffic cameras in school zones. Let's go to let's go to Bruce, Bruce. Thank you for calling WWL. Yeah. Just wanted to comment. First of all, let's all your campaign that she was going to get rid of the cameras and the idea of having flashing lights is very good and actually some school in sessions do have flashing lights, but others do not. But I wanted she based her raising the speed limit on some study nationwide study that if you're even going twenty one miles per hour is chess of injuries a lot different than doling nineteen miles an hour. Okay. And that is flawed because the difference is if you're going twenty one you automatically get a ticket. You're going twenty in the plaintiff attorneys. Take look at that. It's a ticket you're at fault. And that's why bodily injury goes up because of the ticket not because of Twenty-one versus nineteen. Bruce up a few years ago. I was driving out. Don't even remember where I wasn't wasn't in New Orleans that was I don't know some somewhere somewhere out in Saint Thomas parish, and I'm driving along and I see the lights flashing and I see the police officer sitting right there. So naturally, I may be dumb. But I'm not that dumb that I'm going to go through a school zone with the police officer sitting right there. So I slow down and I hit the school zone and he pulls me over. And what does this about a said? Well, when you're the hood of your car touched the speeds hone you're going twenty two miles an hour and gave gave me a ticket, and I tried everything in the world to appeal that and couldn't do it gave me he said that you need to be going to school zone as you enter it and even two miles over. I got a ticket. But I'm telling you would take the ticket. If you're going nineteen and get hosts, it's a big difference. If he Gannett ticket. It's a lot easier way to go. All right, Bruce. Thank you so much for phoning. Let's go to Kenan gentilly, Ken. Thanks for calling WWL ten. We're talking about traffic cameras in in schools, number one. What more can we do to help? Protect our kids in school zones would the idea of making all school zones have the flashing lights and have the flashing lights at oh fifty or one hundred feet out. So you know, you about ready to come to a school zone. Well, I think you're right about that. And I've often wondered the same in somebody who has been the chief administrative officer of a city. I would I would require a flashing lights Webb. I'm sure on the on their traffic control yards. They must be some players to like, not go ahead run to RFP Q and get the and get this the get conflict to agree to it. If the numbers on high, then the CEO has thought for I suggest that definitely and it is a matter of revenue, I do not think the man undestood when she came in office how the revenue model for the city work cameras generate an awful law amount of income. And since we are not branded with a special ten on outside of tourism since all the plants have closed throughout the years paint breweries Dylan things of close. We don't have the income that we want us to have the balance sheets after Katrina a lot of them have left New Orleans. So. So she has to do something with revenue realizes that. It's a reality. She doesn't wanna look bad. Unfortunately, I know the man I like the mayor. But I think she's made a number of unforced errors. Nobody's come. After her. Really yet everything she's done to get in. Trouble is come out of all mount. I appreciate you. Calling in Ken. All right, traffic cameras about safety or a money grab. You could call me a two six zero one eight seventy Don I will get to you, right? After the news with Dave Cohen on WWL from our Jefferson.
Brookfield to buy most of Oaktree to build juggernaut to rival Blackstone
"Brookefield agreeing to buy a majority stake in Howard Marx's oak tree again to very well. No names Gillian tan senior reporter for Bloomberg. She has been all over this knows this space better than anyone. So Jillian as you guys have unpacked this deal. What really jumps out to you. I was lucky enough to speak to Howard marks. And Bruce flat this morning, the CEOs of fulfilled and oaktree one key point that jumped out was that the driver behind this transaction is an ability to serve clients. So if you think of L pays for those who want familiar sovereign wealth funds, pension funds endowments, they're looking to park money, billions of dollars massive checks with fuel manages. So if you step back and think what does that mean people looking to put five ten maybe fifteen twenty billion with fuel manages, folks. Like Brookefield sat back they realized they didn't have the capability until now to be able to meet some of the mandates. Bruce, flat told us we have difficulty meeting the street terms of some of these mandates and very few firms in the world would be able to do that. And the combination should be quite powerful. If you think broadly, really only black started, or maybe even black rook, maybe those would be among the groups able to provide an all service one stop shop. This combination is really sort of changed the game. Yeah. I mean, it is amazing. I'm so glad you brought up those other names because up until this point you we've been in this mode where and you've written a lot about this Blackstone has essentially been putting a lot as fates between itself. And everyone else Brookefield has always been there for them as a real estate competitor. But now this really is you say changes the game. Yeah. Absolutely. So Brookfield recognized that it didn't have a distrust credit capability trade. That's been it's bread and butter for years. And interestingly enough, we go to hold from memory that how it sent to invest is saying that they would only ever do a deal with someone where they were able to maintain autonomy and that such a deal they thought to be quite hard to find he wrote that in two thousand and two seventeen years later, he's found a by that fits so tell us more about if you can't talking to them and sort of the vibe that you got from these two guys because again, these are two very powerful personalities. In a powerful personalities. I should Bruce latte. Not the most powerful personality. He's so understated in a lot of ways did you glean from that conversation? Yes. I gleaned one interesting thing that Brookville Mattia perch up Taiba, we're trying to get a little bit more information about how it actually came together. The other thing that they both reiterated is that there is very little overlap in their businesses. They don't expect to be competing on deals. They think it's purely complementary. I think that was one word that they reiterated again, and again, so I guess they're they're broad cell is that they don't expect to be cross selling too much between investors that they already have because they already have relationships with so many of the biggest investors, but it's more being able to provide a one stop shop solution to these groups. The other interesting thing rewrite today about these regional men and another Bruce Bruce cash is that all three of billionaires. And now they're all end up one central roof. So I'm curious how Thomas has Howard marks Romy. So interestingly super tournaments, they're running all the businesses. As is nothing's changing. No, branding, all the funds all the fund heads. Everyone. Just stays as is. It's just a case of a big client who comes in. And we say, well, we can offer you this real estate Brookfield and whatever else we can offer you distress debt. Right. And that's the whole idea. Exactly. So one example how it provided? He now co this morning. He said an LP will hire an investment manager and say, we're interested in these eleven strategies, he's X billion please put the money to work, and it helps to have a broad menu. So how'd previously didn't have big real estate big infrastructure? Right. So do they have to do? They have to add anything else is there. Another acquisition may be coming. The acid offering for these two. I think not I think they're all set. One other thing we we pushed out another story recently this afternoon that just shows that more deals may occur in the industry as sort of Brookfield at our trees now much smaller rivals KKR, Kyle upholster Aries. Maybe thing we need to do something bright because all those stocks moved up in the aftermath of this. It's so fascinating. This story is far from over and really, Jillian as you very rightly point out in his you point out in several stories mentioned on the terminal all among the most read is a game changer in the alternative asset business, really in the broader investment businesses. Well, Brookefield and oak tree getting together. Always get to catch up with you here where we're seeing steals happening where everybody else kind of wakes up all of a sudden, whether it's the financial industry or other industries, we're seeing a lot of
"bruce bruce" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Hello, bruce. Welcome to the show. Hey, bruce. Bruce, bruce. Oh, you know what you're not Bruce. Bruce your next. It's ROY in Orange County, California. I pressed the wrong button. Hello, roy. I am. Well, welcome. Perritt? So it sounds a little bit different than usual. I love those. I have one at home. This is a USB headset widely used by truckers because of its high. Credible noise cancellation. I am a trucker certainly go. I was like I am. Hi lurk. We were talking earlier. Yeah. Yeah. You got your answer from the question was a good question. Now, you're in a different boat because you're getting all you are you a cross country trek drive everywhere. Yeah. So five G, particularly will be you know, interesting for you because you'll go from areas that have it's areas that don't and vice versa. I honestly don't think we're gonna see robust five G for a couple of years at least. Well, I can wait a couple of years. Developing four. Locating wireless. Driverless trucks. So I need. Yeah. Tell me about this application what is it going to do? Going to allow worry driverless which are testing right now. To be maneuverable. Close quarters like shipping yards and in this sort of thing. I want to be able to to. In order to get that moved into a docket. Wow. So so do you have any experience with the current crop of self driving trucks? I'm pretty much a subject matter experts. There's three years two or three or more ulcers in California that are working on that one. Two simple is based in San Diego with testing facilities in Tucson dirt Chinese company, they're they're making a lot of progress. The company. Closer to you in. Ski robotics, which is which is working on on driverless. Then there's there's a couple of others that are just cropped up. One is called Kodiak called. I K E. They're all up in the bay area. Wow. Isn't that interesting? Now reassure those of us in the general public were terrified about the idea of a massive eighteen Wheeler with nobody at the wheel barreling down the highway are these going to be safe? Yes. Caveat here is that they have to beaten, very thoroughly very thoroughly tested. A couple of years before the government, particularly the DOT if. Whatever it's called is going to whatever's going alone. Right album technology is being tested with us. We been a commercial driver experimental. Yeah. Then do you have to have a safe? Do you have to have a safety driver now? But in the long run will it be completely driverless. There'll be nobody in the cab. So I believe so. Trucks are well suited to this. Because you know, for most of the ride they're going down long stretches of of highway, which is of course, the easiest thing for self driving vehicle to navigate it city streets that are tough. What happens when the truck gets to the city street takes an exit. Well, it's it's operated as as it was operating on the highway, and it's I believe it's going to be tactical. It's safe because they're they're using sensors on top of that care. The Cam and video something called Widar, which is the white. Radar and radar. Also. A new technique for grounded for ground penetrating ground penetrating radar. There's a lot. There's a tremendous amount of technology going into all this. What's important to know that? Due to companies, I mentioned Thursday embark into already offered on interstate ninety in the city because the driver takes over for that. Right. There haven't been any incidents overkill somebody last year. But that's, but that's Uber. I also. We we should be fair anytime in autonomous vehicle hits. Somebody who gets in an accident. That's headline stories, but people get killed by human driver's every minute of every day. And it's no longer news because it's so commonplace. So. Forty thousand. Terrific. Carnage. So. Is your opinion that this would make the roads a safer place? Absolutely. Absolutely. Because that carded wool. Eventually go away. That's the upside. The downside is that there's going to be a lot of drivers like me. That that are gonna be out of jobs, but the average drivers fifty four years old interesting. Basically. More than more than they're going to be. You know, this is the fear. You know, something like something over one percent of the entire workforce in the United States drives for a living. Whether it's trucks. It's more than one percent. And and if you know with the rapid onset of self driving vehicles. That's a lot of people potentially out of work. Including including Google. But eventually that's a huge opportunity to to get. Like when I go for lift they took eighty twenty percent of was the dry. Oh, I know neither neither lift nor makes any money even when they do that because drivers are expensive in both cases. I think the companies are set up to make money only when they don't need drivers anymore. So. Ever short profit. No. They've lost billions. Right. But the thing I worry about with self driving vehicles. And I I have a kind of semi-autonomous tesla is humans. The the real problem is humans. If everything were at Thomas if every vehicle on the road where a Thomas then there wouldn't be any issues because the cars could negotiate with one another. I don't think you'd see many accidents. It's the humans that are mixed in with those semis. That are the problems is the problem for human drivers. I know big trucks as well guy who cuts you off doesn't realize you you don't have much stopping room. And you know, your visibility is limited in the cabin. All of those things in the humans are the big threat. Anyway. Google waybill is really is really beat. In that area. The fact they're going commercial, finally Phoenix. They're they're starting to you can get a Waymo to WalMart. It's a it's a fascinating subject. We we've talked quite a bit about it. But I am thrilled to talk. And you're smart. You're you're you're developing skills in another area. You're actually going to help build the technology for these guys. Exactly. Yeah. Great idea. Cody Campbell was so great. I'm thrilled to hear I'm going to have to take your question in a minute because I gonna take a little break..
"bruce bruce" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Bruce, Long Island, New York. Hello, bruce. Welcome to the show. Hey, bruce. Bruce, bruce. Oh, you know what you're not Bruce. Bruce your next. It's ROY in Orange County, California. I pressed the wrong button. Hello, roy. You. I am. Well, welcome. Blue. So it sounds a little bit different than usual. I love those blue parrots. So I have one at home. This is a USB headset widely used by truckers because of its. Noise cancellation. Trucker go. I was look I am working in. They can't. Hi lurk. We were talking earlier about g yeah. You got your answer from the Czech which was a good question. Now, you're in a different boat because you're getting all are you a cross country truck drive everywhere. Yeah. So five G, particularly will be interesting for you. Because you'll go from areas that have it to that don't and vice versa. I honestly don't think we're gonna see robust five G for a couple of years at least. Well, I can wait a couple of years. Developing. Located wireless. Driverless trucks. Yeah. Tell me about this application what is it going to do? Driverless show Bart which are testing right now. To be maneuverable. Quarters like shipping yards, and and that sort of thing. I want to be able to to. The Trump was the other driver. In order to allocate that moving into a darker. Wow. So so do you have any experience with the current crop of self driving trucks? I'm pretty much a subject matter expert on them. There's three years two or three more. Outfits in California that are looking at 'em one. To simple is based in San Diego with testing. Tucson dirt Chinese company. They're they're making a lot of progress company closer to you in. Ho Starsky robotics, which is which is working on on driverless. There's there's a couple of cropped up one is called Kodiak in once called Ike is they're all up. The bay area. Wow. Isn't that interesting? Now reassure those of us in the general public who are terrified the idea of a massive eighteen Wheeler with nobody at the wheel barreling down the highway are these going to be safe? Well, yes. Caveat here is that you have to be very thoroughly berries thoroughly tested. And. Another couple of years before the government. The DOT. Whether it's called. Is going to is going alone. The technology is being tested with us commercial driver's experimental. Yeah. Then do you have to have a safe? You have to have a safety driver now. But in the long run will it be completely driverless. There'll be nobody in the cab. Yes, I believe so. Trucks are well suited to this. Because you know, for most of the ride they're going down long stretches of highway, which is the easiest thing for self driving vehicle to navigate it's city streets. That are tough. What happens when the truck gets to the city's street takes an exit. Well, it's it's operated as as it was up the highway, and it's I believe it's going to be tactical. It's safe because there's there's using an sensors on top of that truck the cab and. Video called white white white detecting radar and radar. Also. A new technique grounded so ground penetrating for the use of ground penetrating radar. There's a tremendous amount of technology into all this. What's important? Two companies. I mentioned I embark into simple already operated on interstates. Doubting the city's yet.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Of the Free State blockchain digital assets conference in year number two of an event that I would say has surpassed its its previous event. I would agree. I think so far the conference has been superb speakers have been superb, and it's just been a really good vibe absolutely and intimate. Maybe about I would say on par with last year. Although officially they say they actually cut down the number of tickets that they offered this year. So it sounds like they wanna keep this kind of an intimate affair. Yeah. I heard more than one person say quality over quantity. And and that's definitely the feeling I've gotten so far from from this event. One of before we get to our next guest here. I do want to mention liberty dot menu. Which is a great location for people who are individuals at reject the initiation of force and agree to abide by the ethics of the. Nonaggression principle. Meaning libertarians people that love liberty. These are the folks who are welcome to use. Liberty dot menu to expand your reach to get whatever it is you do your business. You know, the content that you're creating your event that you're putting together get it out there to other libertarians other liberty minded folks pollen tourists, you can do that for free. It's a map based kind of social networking there's ratings and it's free. So go to liberty dot menu, and you can use code F T L, like free talk live to get yourself. A special free talk live listener badge over there at liberty dot menu. So last night one of the things that there's really set this conference apart beyond the the attendees, and the great speeches and everything was the after party that was kind of a surprise. It wasn't on the official schedule. There was something that was going to happen on the official schedule. And then Bruce Bruce spent the organizer here, the creator of the the conference got up the end of the day and said, hey, look, there's this thing it's you know, maybe what was it like twenty not not even that fifteen.
Should Dale Murphy be in the hall of fame?
"Straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless, best phones, best networks, no contracts. So I'll said, so the guest we're efforting is right Thompson, who has a phenomenal piece in ESPN the magazine this week about Dale Murphy and how there's this whole generation, particularly in the southeast who believes domer- for should be in the hall of fame. The baseball hall of fame induction ceremony is Sunday. It'll be Jack Morris, Alan Trammell Vladimir Guerrero who mentioned earlier who would be wiffle ball player. Jim Thome who'd had a can o Jim Thome e who should be on everyone's all time. Looks like you should be on your softball league team Griffin, rip Chipper Jones. And Trevor Hoffman. And we're in the funny Marty when you get to certain age, it's like the guys you watch their entire career another. Yeah, it makes me feel really old. Like what those guys are going in. The hall of fame, right? Trevor Hoffman was the I was he liked the first real closer. I guess maybe Dennis Eckersley might have been the first real closer, but Hoffman was at the guy that I remember that came in and just therm nothing but smoke. Yeah, and but then like got crafty and he's of the group. He's probably the most is numbers are crazy, but of the group. He's the one that people seem to have the most reservations about, but he was there man like there was who else were the lease? Myth lease myth hall of fame, John rocker, John rocker. John rocker lasted a second, wasn't he closer though? He was starter was who's closer goose Gossage hit Googlers. Goose was the first goose was the first one of my life that was just was like just came. Just came in throwing smoke and. Yeah, but those closers were the best, but then but then you had the guys that were like great and then weren't so great. Like Bruce, Bruce suitor closer, Billy Wagner. Billy Wagner was the man son? Yeah, Billy Wagner grew up near me. He's from tazewell Virginia. Went to Fareham college. The little teeny, tiny Fareham college, of course, Moran Rivera, but goose was the one hour reduces the one that came along and I thought and then other ones, though there's some other ones that are scaping me right now that. When unique personalities when we look like maybe not kids. But as we were getting on towards high school college, they were some guys, I'll think of it as we go. I'm still working on joslin. Trying to think. Francisco rodriguez. I mean lease myth, I love Lee Smith lease. Myth is a really good call man. He's tall. Yeah, right. Eckersley was the guy probably though. Yeah, see. I'm so old armor when he was was a decent starter, but. Why didn't he? Yeah, you break. I want to Braise about small malts basically two different careers, which is wise in the hall of fame so. So bring up del Murphy because of the peace right Thompson road and full disclosure, I'm sitting in my office right now with a framed portrait of del Murphy, like standing in front of the American flag, holding his golden glove. And so, yeah, if you grew up in the part of the world we did and this is the super station era. And I, I knew so much about the cubs and the Braves, both because you watch them on television every day. You watch cubs in the morning. Watch brazen night. I went to a cubs cubs Braves game one time with the church youth groups that with girl, and I thought she would be impressed at my overwhelming knowledge of both teams and all scare. I mean, because if you watch both of those teams every single day all summer long, you know, every summer of youth it became will you know when Rafael Ramirez the plate and I'm going well, you know, he really struggles on so. And so or about Bob Horner. Yeah. Bob Horner, Jeff, Treadway Jeff Treadway. Wow. Cam Zane Smith?.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on WWL
"Right now have tried is off pal said that's one of the best fishing so that's what my list next time i go thank you for the report that's when i didn't know that okay thanks bye it's the food show i'm tom fitzmorris bruce joins us on the yellow phone bruce bruce you there oh wait a minute here we go bruce come on in all right there we are okay picked up the nice crap about nine to twelve to the pound yeah big trump anything else got like twenty five oh gosh well i hope you have a lot of friends we'll come over and help you deal with this once you start getting shrimp that big it's you you have to look for special ways of doing it and i think if it were me doing it i would make up kind of a marinade that had a lot of the same things that you would have in barbecue shrimp so a butter maybe some rosemary some some peppers of various colors i would use more than just one and i certainly have a little bit of lemon juice and some wisdom sheer sauce you you know what just the usual assortment of of things he would put on something you're going to grill cook them too long and once you start getting getting where the shell is sticking to the meat boy then you're really gonna lose it because i find the way to do this and it's like magic but it's it seems to work for me when you're grilling or broiling shrimp like that the first time you even get at the tiniest feeling that they might be done they are done right at that moment when you have that thought get them off the grill right then and they'll come out beautiful work with devolve accused strep recipes.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bruce bruce bruce and kevin do you know when i have seen coyotes often and not the night before trash pickup which is wednesday in my neighborhood they know zero aroma those those green and blue cans that we leave out aroma gets through whatever little crack and crevice and what we always tell people is never leave if you have a small animal small dog cat never leave those out at night because we've actually had coyotes will go back yard and they will take the animal and they go with my buddy said that somewhere around his house he can hear the wolves howling fall eric in his neighborhood right his neighborhood and mind well you know when they howl it's their cellphone they're communicating with other wolves within the sound of the owls and that how is making a statement how it's how old the pitch of the howling they are communicating with others usually in their same pack because the pack will sign out and sometimes it's come back to the pack and how they do it some of my friends because told them i was walking along and this swope chased me out into the cemetery chased me into a rope remote area where there was a bunch of roads dance and there was a big fire with sacrifice and the playa and the wool that chased me kept at sei on me the whole time and as don reached it came up to me and asked me to dance with it on their own kevin it's good night now ever i was with him up until that point i was with oh let's go to new york and ask you sanity from claude clark i'm doing fine i was with your to offer to that point however i just have one question advertiser your honor okay and you know dear checks are probably and i did run across a couple of deer that had several ticks on them and there were there were on there for a while they're all blow up and south however do there there has side potential for me to get lime disease okay and your point being took for hunters to be aware of that fact while what do you know about that you know it's the first i've ever heard of that i've always known they talk about lyme disease with the deer tick you've been bit with and.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"You'd like you mixed your drugs you fucking stupid folks idiots from out from now on i won't be mixing tamiflu with dramamine and voluntary epidurals pill to swallow you're married to pizza pk you can take anything it's probably would marry pajamas married pj's it's been madrid even since i was a good i caught it sleepy beach so we're across the street from a nava okay remember that she's like i'm gonna name that no and pk's like we need something babe that more people can understand rich people are not going to buy clothes they're making it sound like they came to this place decision it's a juice bar across the street he was able to change it yeah so that's why we had to change our name from watch what happens live people or monsters are so let's just so so they get there and they found bruce from top chef to be their personal shopper it is literally bruce bruce common kept his name is axel is you guys verse would have been so much better on top staff if he was this guy this guy i can take.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"It would be fair to say i'm trying not to bloviate yes now i would like to just get a hold of some your text messages pete letting the there's so many there's so many questions i but i just don't know how fair they already have because they're they're all along the speculative guide and under in i what you must respect for you you've already giving us a pretty strong opinion here on on parole which you're if you don't agree with that opinion i'm not sure what country you're currently living in yes i'm sure they find a way into my twitter mentioned at some point at some point that i offer no i mean look there's there's a it let of georgia there it's pearl thing is is is completely and totally fascinating it's sort of the the highwire act of college sports you know that that you that you have right now playing out uh playing playing out in front of us um it's it's really really uh it's it's really really interesting i thought that service good 'cause you know bruce bruce thinks he's going to beat it right i mean what what else that he's guys thank these guys and not just bruce but y you know these guys have been trying to stay step of that added nca dozens of dozens of dozens and dozens of coaches for decades right that's up it's all they know that's just in this was one last question concerning the tournament in the feds don't care i i'm guessing you and you'd correct me if i'm wrong about anything else they're they're they're they're they're the feds but in terms of the nc aa uh i mean what is their level of uh of just absolute panic knowing that uh their biggest event they're they're they're showcase event.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"On facebook i'm trying to think of too many show i'm trying to think of shows that are more accessible than this one we've had people just show up at the prompt us the from test people to why pepperell they could scared somebody wants to beyond airsea we let them and i don't know what they're do what do we do let's go to bruce bruce you're on six seventy kboi go ahead birth hey what about you get it what are you and i guess what i mean by that is the fact and that's horrible it sounds now stop stop stop right there i love it do you wanna be horrible what i'm trying to say is what knocked armies stiff thing that one guy that was on the air and sit basically uh got him like these get used to be back in the uh uh in the day's yeah yeah exactly so one third mature you because if you know if you ever got caught that's exactly what's going to happen to you no no the punnet of the consequences do not deter the criminal jailed does not deter the thief the death penalty does not deter the murderer okay let me people say death knell he doesn't a term murder well prison dozen deter crime crime still happens i crime where somebody of what's up well we're not talking about crime was somebody joe somebody else that's completely different i mean i believe i understand what you're saying but tweet climate staff it's uh that kind of stuff you have such a crime to kill somebody but in the same intent not assumed too but in the same matter it's killing somebody is completely different that crash biblical you don't vow shalt not kill now i'm not trying to quote the bible because it is what it is but if you want it if you are kill somebody you're gonna get back exactly what you give us you get caught if you don't well then so be it and if you're cautious get away with it and the peacemaker himself we'll watch take care of unia receipts duly read receives thirty seven until i got a minute left of on so you're on six seventy kdoi go ahead hey how you doing great hey you know what.
"bruce bruce" Discussed on RobinLynne
"And feet yes who bruce bruce helford the laura dern bruce helford bruce bruce mm he pete mm hello everyone my name is dimitrius gigiri i am one of the founding partners and member of the atlas elite entertainment team.