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"john carr" Discussed on Woody & Wilcox
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"john carr" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"My ass i told you before that choice was at the ranch for a nice long trip little did he know things all we're going to shit the bank said new credit cards to his home he didn't know why so you picked up the phone dow the bank and see what's going down they gave him the run a round customer since ninety four with an eight fifty five credit score invested tons of greenbacks now he's taking it out and not coming back tom closed as accounts at wellsfargo closed as account at wellsfargo he's done with wells fargo took out millions full throttle with millions chance that i have to go back to wells fargo john chaddy p high tolerance is expected this would bring you to your knees so the question whether he's machine he super high doses because he's got the three pain john carr jc my husband's missile i just as i told you before the choice issue well four why don't you come to your thome withdrew all news shirts enclosed all his accounts no fucking to go back to all give it up for very nice for more wrapping up here out no tribute to our power zeh fell it's about talk a little trip he deserves a break in his place but see this fooling up on this little stool is jose paul so compass style try again suck that have trouble a while back he's got plenty of sounds like era tacoma we'll have to give you what the merit now of the train practice trip out of that's big yes yes be.
"john carr" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Not i tunes it's true they basically don't care about i tunes they don't care about people who have music on their computers they care about you paying a regular subscription fee to have music yes streamed on in case you're wondering how many phone users there are there are according to google which is actually according to statistics dot com there are two hundred twenty two million smartphone users us in twenty seventeen in apple to hold a considerable market share with over ninety million actually that's just two years ago so actually a nice fifty millions of pretty large marketer and this fifty millions not just us though it's international okay and so that number is a lot bigger yeah so it's a pretty small slice of the c i it felt small when you said fifty million to me i feel like it's not millions a lot what is it like ten bucks a month for apple music and you get all the music that's crazy i mean why wouldn't everybody just by that i think people listen to music differently these days isn't it because they don't have to buy it i think it's what you listen to music on youtube yeah and i think it's also the how many of the add on services for media are you going to have in your life like like for some people i bet you they're making a choice between hbo versus a service like this i don't know i just go back to having my collection of cds and that would grow and grown grover the years and it's so much more convenient to have this but also i mean there's certainly comes at a price and i don't mean the ten bucks devalue the music because it's basically free i don't know something interesting posted on facebook this week by john carr mac.
"john carr" Discussed on JKNews
"But it was kind of what was the point like body so proud of orange mini cooper having rose red mine's read damn straight on a bit like that yeah we have one benching why did he call it that well he put a full on car engine on a gutu like oh clark now he turned the car into yeah he went back yeah that's what i'm saying car engine on a go kart frame right now let me see the pictures he groups like a long reign the honda civic honda civics engine right it's still a civic chassis is that what you're saying never mind the bone the portrayals are here it's that thing yeah the metal yeah i don't know the whole thing he made it so he made the whole thing painted orange got it when did you become a car expert too that's amazing so anyways gives me in the chassis because i think that's still the front end of the civic ninety way he got hit by a pontiac and he was he jetted i was yet a stop or something no he was on the highway in the knee he lost control it somehow unlike you went into the oncoming traffic and then climbing hit him and shit food him out of the this ever roll cage i can't really tell from this angle roll case you wouldn't find that would have helped you gotta check it out of his chair that's john carr drivers night they're both straps cpl's my mom my mom is all you have to buy american because a method could kill the the asian car yeah the reporting that if he was in the regular honda civic a he could've totally survived that but no but that's not as fun will he made this car and he was like ask car though.
"john carr" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Never go to relatives house i could tell by the by the usage of the word triangulate yes they can get bounce off the towers find out where you are gps on her phone on any way they can just find you that way problem though your phone get a burner phone and then go somewhere we have no connection to anybody like a remote island or something well a woman a fugitive who has no legs my goodness asked her boyfriend to hide her in a plastic storage bin and he did the cops and the us marshals in florida we're looking for thirty nine year old woman named crystal lee anderson has happened last tuesday they had lead that she was staying at her boyfriend's house which is probably okay mistake number one is your fugitive steak number two is going to your boyfriend's house we are on the run their first right so the his name is john carr and they're from florida crystal has no legs they crystal was in a police shootout in two thousand fifteen gosh well yes she held up a burger king and the police were called and she got into a gun war with the cops the cops shot her and apparently her legs had to be amputated as a result it turned out the gun she was using with the cops was a bb gun but soon but still why why she not in jail i don't know where she was holding up the burger movie she went to jail or something and got out maybe they offensive that she wasn't a flight risk gesine have legs.
"john carr" Discussed on WEEI
"You know what this can only be one thing the yankees in red sox renewing hostilities today doubt nfl a and a key grapefruit league battle i'm not interested in the grapefruit league but the battle will be joined in april thank god we can get back afraid all is well the yankees are back to their usual spot as the hated yankees with john carr was stanton in the middle that lineup wherever you want wave we have you been as your your job that successful of what's gone i why would you got two grandsons of one of them playing hockey larry ordering air after this call i gotta go watch of way hockey how old is l e four well how that started in early flow heavy you don't you don't want elitist nowadays bobby eur started it three starkie's kids early that's the way it is i mean you know i'm not saying it i'm not making a comment so you can see you become us in rates now i wouldn't say that correct now tell tell me right now they're rating the red sox and yankees neckinneck but a lot of the experts and giving the red sox the edge because of their pitching staff tell me about the yankees pitching staff while the same pitching except sunny gray is going to be there from day one i hope he's better than it was last year is a good now he was not a he was not your last year no you didn't get any one run support idaho but now he's a good pitcher like also larry you know uh the the team really to beat i'm 101 are the red sox looked like a more about the astros that's the team yeah now they're going to be tough well mike you're still your arrogant selfish immediately dismissing the red sox and your first call since last letter well let me let me just get into that fermented whether red sox said larry kinda hinted at this a little bit whether red sox fans wanna look knowledge it or not the team leader of that team is david price and that's not good because these players look up to that guy so we're gonna do what do you do to shut him up larry out on that's a good.
"john carr" Discussed on WGTK
"Bility of the individual homeowner to defend his home but go ahead no and and i would read uh however currently that was the point of my call is that in certain states you are allowed to legally possess fully automatic weapons thank you for making that clear i i'm actually since i've never been interested in buying a machinegun i haven't really researched it had gino how many john carr's using to be well informed on this and i appreciate it oh i i just i don't suspect there are a great many machineguns in private hands either legally or illegally in this country and can we re that's probably a good thing let's go to frank orlando florida you're on the medved show hi mike oh hey got god bless you i hope you're in good health i am thank god uh you simple points that i wanted to make is what every single school shooter has in common the knowledge that there are no one in that school with a gun it's really no more complicated than that um i think that is the case in in all the overwhelming majority of these cases and at but in some cases there are police officers will rise very quickly and are definitely carrying guns and often will solve the problem i i don't think there's any question we had a caller on this yesterday a teacher who wanted to have the right to use his concealed carry permit her to get a used conceal perry permanent than have the right to take his legally owned a weapon with she's well trained to use on campus and frankly i don't think anyone should have a problem with that to you.
"john carr" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Of that statistic john carr's he could fall to any of these factors that are on this list from bad marketing zor you lose this focus jury as hires bad people there's one thing though john that i think is missing from this list of the top twenty things that that that bring down a start up and it's this it's on it's bad luck because he when i meet people that are successful that have grown their companies they will always tell you that you know they they they did the right thing they worked hard they hire their ab they're all these could factors but they will always tell you that there was always a little bit of luck involved they were in the right place at the right time they they met that certain customer at some events they stumbled into some opportunity or some person that got them to change of direction a little little thing that that need to be impact on their company those things are there's luck and you can have all the town in the world all the money in the world all the skill all of that but you do need i don't know if you wanna call it the hand of god some something but let's keep that in mind that i mean a lot of really you know people that are very smart people that you'd think they're going to be successful and sometimes even when they have all the factors in the right place they just for some reason the wind was against them gene marks the small business columnist for the washington post and other distinguished publications the business of america's small business we're headed to startups i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show a couple of days.
"john carr" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Church um you know the credibly the church i think is a rodent enormously over last year because of the political positions that they've taken i think you know yes in theory churches and religious institutions should be a corrective to loneliness but we can't wish away the things that push so many and particularly so many young people away from those institutions we have to address that yeah we can't turn back the clock we have to look at what people are searching and seeking for now i do think there can be solutions in our culture at in community i you know that we need to look too but we have to address the populations that we face not kind of uh y'all look back to an earlier in the cub dewyeyed way to an earlier time where people uh it a huge toward different kinds of institutions for well you know reasons and rationales that aren't necessarily compelling today okay no more dewy eyed backwardlooking this if you would have been converted people who have every right to be skeptical of our institutions i worked for 25 years for the catholic bishops at a time when they were facilitating a horrible scandal in the last week few weeks rodger ales bill o'reilly to morning talk show host to people from npr and for god's sakes lake bull begun uh have been fired for their behaviour towards women so john carr from georgetown university up let me give you an example i think of the failure of our institutions and i'll be quick i've worked a good part of my life from the child tax credit the child tax credit in the senate bill will be increased to two thousand dollars it will not help people who make less than thirty thousand dollars because waves constructed they'll get seventy five dollars or less those children it now goes up to five hundred thousand dollars in income so somebody makes 500 we'll get four thousand hours of help the republicans designed this senator rubio and senator we have tried to fix it by saying let's give let's take two percent of the eighteen percent reduction in corporate income taxes to pay for this and the president oppose that today and guess what you can watch cnn nbc msnbc anything but the new york times and the washington post on page six two pine any description of how the child tax.
"john carr" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Think they just said citizen gang because they think this post to number two and number one greatest movie of have all times they say wizard of oz miller you know it's it's tough for me to know because i was a kid and now also scared the blank ran out of me scared me scared me bleep lewis it does it does mark as remarks as it holds up and of course who has remained scared by those flying monkeys creepy flab creepy fly monkeys with us awful hats it was scary and it major scared of tornadoes and straw man and it was okay okay maybe i will certainly not poohpooh a choice of wizard of oz i like casablanca but i get wizard of oz some of them run here i do not get like la la land why didn't i forgot taxi driver nineteen seventy six i don't always taxi driver overrated i like i like taxi driver get it argo on here the ben affleck fell visit 44 so that too stupid less tool agree on that priscilla queen of prides crossing hello priscilla i brad lee how you doing uh great i love your voice thank you for your programme it's great do voice oh i thank you i'm one of those dodie the good evening john carr's alley within the god proud that he would come winchester and i knew him.
"john carr" Discussed on The Canon
"An and she was just like this is not a good place for our smart funny person to be if you're a woman it's a great place to be a smart funny man but you know for terry ghar it was a nightmare and because the people they dustin hoffman who you're supposed to think are like the nice you know it's funny sweet guy who obviously tortured her and tortured meryl streep during criminalises kramer by making fun of her boyfriend john carr's all having died that makes me so bad other series about him in maryland kramer vs camera make me theory is yeah he thought she couldn't react enough so he would slap her before she even tried to do the scene he right he would hit her and it's like that's flicking meryl streep and all that they need a hit her dust and she was a famous yet so it wasn't like you know he was he could do that and just the idea that than those men become beloved and that the guy who was a creep to you would be a beloved in hollywood seems like such a nightmare so don't sounds like this you want this to supplant the graduate in our memories yeah well i was thinking i you know i think i've just i'm i'm the person who's like the graduate is overrated it's up that good it's some it's very of its time but it's like again it's really only advocating freedom for a certain type of person and that person is male and people thought it was making a great leap forward because it was like yes but that person can also be a jewish mail and it was like well if if a jewish man abuses power the same way that like like a nonjewish man does like that's still not good for me as a as a woman who like you know will start as an elaine an end up as a mrs robinson like you don't want to be either of those characters you know yeah i do and.
"john carr" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Where the movie could be benefited from viewers going and cold okay that was wrong about and i applaud as stumbled over a little bit over um the terminator is one of the biggest examples of that and that's something i've used many times it's almost as if the scriptures written for that inciting incidents of you know arnold protecting john conner to be a surprise but of course you cannot sell that movie you cannot have a plot synopsis for that movie without revealing that arnold that the t eight hundred is the good guy right like there's no way to market that movie to people without ruining that so again that let's get this question uh what movies could have benefited for from viewers going blind i guess he's basically asking what films the trailers totally ruined twists and the first two that come to my mind are also terminator films and that would be terminator salvation in terminator genesis terminator salvation and by the way we should probably uh we should probably preface this that we're gonna talk about films and their twists so if you are worried about getting uh spoiled on a twist revealed that was in a trailer uh turnoff now of yes so uh terminator salvation had sam worthington as one of the main characters he's kind of like the eyes and ears of the audience going into this film and it turns out the he is a terminator this is a reveal in the film it's not even a reveal in the first act like it is terminator two it's a reveal much further i believe rate um in this is something that was all win on the marketing but i think even worse than that is terminator genesis that revealed that jason clark who plays john carr conner is a terminator like how cool with that if twist been if they had.
"john carr" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club
"Role in a film full of bizarre roles but yeah he just no effort to not be british the i mean there weren't even like a lot of very strong new york accent senate rhetoric really makes sense she's cabby sort of sort of sort of bourgnon but this kind of his voice yeah yeah i don't think he was doing a thing debra hilas producer she did a lot of john carr jerzy longtime partner john carpenter she also did the fisher king adventures babysitting uh the dead's the deadzone and clue so she's had a lotta oh credits there was something interesting this movie symbolized their move into being juncker brand debra hills move into being kind of a a big time film like this was their first union film and run is that easily low budget um he added this was director at that yeah and i mean he always sort of this but this was his first rate but he started make do you fills it yes yeah like christine and when i found interesting was the fact that what they did was they wanted to use all the same cruise halloween but none none of them were they're all in indy crews so debra hill signed an exclusive contract with them and then signed a union contract which forced them all into the union oh nice yeah because to be in the union you have to work thirty days on a union film which makes it impossible consecutive days for i don't know is that the rule was to work thirty days on a on a union film is a qualification for being in the union so it's really hard to do that when you're not in the union and so that's how she got around it is that she made herself contractually tied to her crew.
"john carr" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So far the most prominent version of react vr that you'll find out there is one that we've released as opensource and this is targetting a web browser and those web vr ap is that had talked about just earlier so you can build edge oustrip application entirely react vr deployed to your website and then people regardless of whether it's a twoday display of phone of the our display are going to be able to consume that world that you built and the reason that we targeted the web first for our our initial launch is because that's going to allow developers to get started with very little supporting tech you just need jobs script in a web browser essentially banet allows them to reach the whitest audiences as well because if we limited ourselves just a vr headsets developers are missing out on a huge group of people who want to consume compelling 360 content so by making this available on the web in making it work with your standard 2d browsers in your mobile phone browsers were trying to create the most compelling developing experience for people who want to get started in vr now internally at oculus we actually have a different version of react vr that we use to power a lot of our first party apps my colleague mike armstrong give a talk about this at the react to europe conference is very specific to our our mobile tech stocks which is why it's not public now but it has allowed our teams to move incredibly fast because they get to use web development techniques they get to use the standard react tools that they know and are using under web platforms as well and we had to leverage a bunch of prior knowledge i even got john carr maqutu to tweet about how effective react vr was making teams which was a nice boost for us as a team that.
"john carr" Discussed on Here & Now
"Then i say like yeah they were immigrants ain't she told me yes but centuries ago and i say yes thus what my descendants are gonna say about me because i emigrated to this country in i'm working for a better country to so why your answers to deed i'm doing for my descendants that univision anchor ilia calderon her segment in the lines mouth her visit to the home of a kkk leader airs sunday night ilia thank you so much thank you robyn thank you so much while that total solar eclipse is coming on monday but what about the weather clouds could get in the way of the big sky show let's check in with john carr fag know she's a meteorologist and host of am hq at the weather channel arjun good to talk to you great socked you people are so excited for the comey clips but i guess some of us are also worried whether the clouds are gonna come in so let's start with out in oregon the pacific northwest which is a cloudy place at ten fifteen pacific time on monday what's the weather going to be like you know we actually thought the west might have been one of the best places to see totality interview the partial tube is clear skies matter everywhere crossed low of 48 everyone gets to see some version of this eclipse there may be some low clouds early in the day that would be one of the big concerns otherwise it should be a good afternoon the key is just at totality what will the skies be like will you have a clear view of seeing the moon's shadow over the sign and seeing than the corona and all the nuances that we get to see from that outer atmosphere of the sun so i'm hearing a may be at the new navy it starts early there at the partial eclipse begins at nine o six pacific time and then totality begins mattress oregon at ten nineteen so it's still early in the day you wish it with the afternoon could be a a much better chance of clear skies in the afternoon okay will i'll keep my fingers crossed for the pacific northwest we'll ask things move east uh say to them the mountain west idaho and further east what are we expecting there.
"john carr" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Join me now john carr via radio host out of the miami area also longtime team of the world of law enforcement in the south bronx with the nypd and a guy with more connections to inside dc and outside the beltway than anybody i now he he joins us now john carr deal on twitter c a r d i l l o and you know those early tea party days that that was me that was me while you were i think still work in the beat or just done with the beaten you were building your your radio show out there but you know people inside that beltway and how what's the reaction to mccain and collins and macau ski saying thanks but no thanks republicans the her mocking her and my bianconi unclear lawn kooky bogeyed hit people argue live at i had a pretty dominant interpreted consultant here in florida who operate greek lord eighty i argue with him all the time i column lakhdaria com there are a rhino could complicate emomali that have been created it guardian heath tell me out it's crazy to locate the election of president trump he doesn't think i'm crazy anymore any country apart good morning when the news broke of a mccain lookout he and calling attracting over to the bank guide they did vote and he would decide and felt he could man was idea blind economizing look blindly looking in the emperor yet yeah many people inside the cockpit out the voters are living there absolutely led to a a a european republican party that you're bitterly condemned on every issue even work you could look through the cali gag he was gonna caucus would end on nickel he'd no surprise brick house key with a lastminute turncoat navient ideological but i think it mclean quakers has nothing to do with ideology he decreed for president he knows that he is either limit in immigration and you can have your entire eighty years old aggression kanther and i eagerly even every remaining minute war the president agenda and would that for america he beat lambda now i i had.
"john carr" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Panel keys and create what options frederick fund defendant two hundred with john carr serie are a very cramped and you know people who don't need to be incarcerated so what of that great work have happened over the years uh in eight o'clock pak f and optout catli on kentucky and iraq iran and god delaware an application that some of that work is still going on now um you know oklahoma has been walking path legislation unfortunately um it looks like it couldn't actually happened here i bet lewis has pot um you know with working pat piper one of our policies and you know what seeing some that plan they'll continuing in a state um by our fear is fact the rhetoric a national level will make it harder for if you continue terrifying practice shrug you uh worked in the civil rights division at the department of justice um in the last administration and you you were also uh instrumental in part of the investigatory team are investigation team looking into ferguson and other types of police practices in terms of the movement for reform in policing uh what's your take about where we are i know that you know sessions has kind of in in in rhetoric at least peak back on that but is there movement among states in the keleti is to continue that momentum yes there is a movement uh it's really a movement that driven by the local residents activists advocates people who see the need for change and have taken to the streets written to their representatives about it and the pushing change in their local government it's really driven by them but there's the question right now about how robust that movement is and whether it will turn into a lasting change in terms of policy and their doj was playing a very important role uh you know first and foremost the civil rights division this tasked to on these issues with enforcing the constitution ensuring that police departments abide by people's costas rights respect the fourth amendment rights first amendment rights to express themselves and so forth and the department opened a your two dozen investigations into local police agencies around the country put that in the scheme of things as eighteen thousand police departments but some of these are very large investigation such as the wanted to chicago and the these incentives.