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Kennard hits clutch 3s, Clippers hold off Lakers 119-115

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 hrs ago

Kennard hits clutch 3s, Clippers hold off Lakers 119-115

"Luke Luke Conard Conard came came off off the the bench bench to to score score nineteen nineteen points points as as the the LA LA clippers clippers beat beat the the LA LA Lakers Lakers one one nineteen nineteen one one fifteen fifteen in in a a game game like like that that with with some some time time left left they they wanted wanted to to shoot shoot the the ball ball state state research research so so they they kept kept telling telling me me that that the the time time outs outs in in the the huddle huddle so so I I just just stepped stepped in in and and took took the the shots shots and and I I got got so so I I was was able able to to make make some some seventeen seventeen of of his his nineteen nineteen came came in in the the second second half half including including a a couple couple of of clutch clutch threes threes late late to to help help the the club club snap snap a a three three game game losing losing streak streak Marcus Marcus Morris Morris senior senior high high man man with with twenty twenty one one points points Anthony Anthony Davis Davis topped topped the the Lakers Lakers with with twenty twenty seven seven the the clippers clippers improved improved to to twelve twelve and and eleven eleven the the Lakers Lakers drop drop to to twelve twelve and and twelve twelve mark mark Myers Myers Los Los Angeles Angeles

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Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About the Intersection of Free Market and Faith

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 15 hrs ago

Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About the Intersection of Free Market and Faith

"Yep. Yep. By the supply curve and the demand curve are both curves that involve human beings who are both fallen. But also made the image of God. The creation story right on the gate were created as co creators with God almighty, made in God's image, just something to think about. But what that means, go YouTube that one. And so we have that creative ability to create jobs and commerce to serve our neighbors, our brothers and our sisters. The hebrews were great business folks. Then the tradition continues with Jesus and the New Testament and the outwork of that. Jesus begins with a band of 12 around him. To go out and preach the gospel to the ends of the earth and in 300 years, the Holy Roman Empire and Constantine Constantine turns emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, the Christian empire. So just shocking turnaround. And so what what people don't get is that tradition that judeo Christian tradition is responsible for our dignity as human beings. There's no other source that you can name the enlightenment project failed terribly on that. Jefferson and et cetera they could never name an alternative source for the dignity that is inherent in us. And so that is what undergirds the free market system. And then we're triply blessed with all that plus James Madison and the constitution and the rule of law and then Adam Smith and free markets, but the irony is you need the law to be a free people. And so the left gets utopian at times and they just say, you know, let's just make it up as we go marks. There's no need for God. There's no need for this rule of law. There's no need for human rights, all these ideas that exist in the air, are fake. No, they're not fake. They're responsible for the greatest civilization on earth. And it's our detriment that we lose those foundational pieces that set up the free market system that now serves us so

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Alec Baldwin Says He Wasn't Responsible for 'Rust' Crew Member's Death

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 21 hrs ago

Alec Baldwin Says He Wasn't Responsible for 'Rust' Crew Member's Death

"Which clip is Alec Baldwin, guys. Kind of an amazing story. Where he sits down and tearfully says that he's not responsible for the death of this young woman on the set of this movie. I don't want to pile on. I can't imagine what that must feel like to know that you had your hand on a gun that you fired and killed this woman. Now he says he didn't fire the gunner he didn't pull the trigger or something. And Mark told me that he had a number of callers on his show this morning say that with certain kinds of guns that can happen that if you pull the. What do you call it? And I'm not, listen, I'm not as adept. Yeah, the hammer. If you pull the hammer back, it can fire without putting your finger on the trigger. Now, I don't really understand how an ongoing investigation could be thwarted by this dramatic prime time interview where Alec Baldwin can mount his defense before he faces his possible day in court. And there's George Stephanopoulos, they got the movie lighting and the music. She's a young woman dead. And I don't like Alec Baldwin. I think he's very talented, but I know what he is politically. I don't care what your politics are. I wouldn't wish that on anybody. To know that you were involved in something that led to the death of this young cinematographer on the set of his movie.

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Fox News Interviews Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Fox News Interviews Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect

"Interview why would you give this guy the time of day? Exclusive to Fox News dot com. He has spent the last ten days locked up in a Wisconsin jail cell after allegedly mowing through the barricades and into revelers at the walk of Shaw Christmas parade, killing 6 people and injuring 62. He ran over 68 people. Now he feels dehumanized. He told Fox News digital in his first remarks to the media. Seemingly surprised that he had visitors. Seemingly surprised that he had visitors. Yeah. You think? Who's going to visit him? His own mother apparently hasn't visited him. How ashamed she must be. How he said during a brief video visit in the Waukesha county jail, a stone's throw from where tragedy struck over a week earlier, I just feel like I'm being monster demonized. He told Fox News digital. Wearing a sleeveless green jail jumpsuit and his hair in braids, the soft spoken accused killer offered no details about what prompted the carnage. The two Fox News reporters on the other side of the video screen marked the first visitors he's had. Since the night of

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Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 d ago

Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting

"Prosecutors prosecutors are are charging charging the the Michigan Michigan teen teen accused accused of of killing killing four four students students at at his his high high school school with with murder murder and and terrorism terrorism charges charges fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan crumbly crumbly was was in in court court a a day day after after the the shooting shooting where where a a judge judge ordered ordered him him held held without without bond bond and and transferred transferred to to an an adult adult jail jail facility facility police police told told the the court court crumbly crumbly recorded recorded a a video video of of the the night night before before talking talking about about killing killing students students and and Oakland Oakland county county assistant assistant prosecutor prosecutor mark mark Keast Keast says says he he deliberately deliberately dropping dropping him him down down there there with with the the intent intent to to murder murder is is many many students students as as he he grabbed grabbed prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald calling calling the the shooting shooting a a wake wake up up call call for for new new gun gun laws laws explains explains why why she she filed filed charges charges of of terrorism terrorism all all the the children children who who ran ran screaming screaming hiding hiding under under desks desks what what about about all all the the children children at at home home right right now now who who can't can't eat eat and and can't can't sleep sleep police police say say the the boy's boy's parents parents had had been been called called to to the the school school Tuesday Tuesday morning morning because because of of behavior behavior problems problems and and the the shooting shooting took took place place just just hours hours later later I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Trump was COVID-positive before debate, ex-aide says in book

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Trump was COVID-positive before debate, ex-aide says in book

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting an an ex ex aide aide says says in in a a book book former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was coded coded positive positive before before his his first first debate debate with with Joe Joe Biden Biden former former White White House House chief chief of of staff staff mark mark meadows meadows writes writes in in a a new new book book that that then then president president Donald Donald Trump Trump tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen three three days days before before his his first first presidential presidential debate debate with with Joe Joe Biden Biden in in September September twenty twenty twenty twenty the the guardian guardian obtained obtained a a copy copy of of the the chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs ahead ahead of of its its December December seventh seventh release release in in it it metals metals right right trump trump received received a a negative negative test test shortly shortly after after the the positive positive test test and and resumed resumed his his usual usual activities activities including including attending attending the the debate debate the the virus virus spread spread among among the the White White House House and and campaign campaign staff staff and and trump trump announced announced in in a a tweet tweet on on October October second second twenty twenty twenty twenty that that he he and and First First Lady Lady melania melania trump trump had had tested tested positive positive for for the the corona corona virus virus trump trump was was admitted admitted to to Walter Walter Reed Reed national national military military Medical Medical Center Center the the next next day day Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up Washington Washington

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Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Red Wings beat Bruins 2-1 for franchise's 3,000th victory

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Red Wings beat Bruins 2-1 for franchise's 3,000th victory

"Marc Marc Staal's Staal's first first goal goal of of the the season season was was the the tie tie breaker breaker with with just just over over eight eight minutes minutes remaining remaining in in the the red red wings wings to to one one decision decision over over the the Bruins Bruins Alex Alex Delton Delton mich mich made made forty forty one one saves saves and and Phillips Phillips the the Dino Dino also also scored scored as as Detroit Detroit earned earned its its third third straight straight win win David David Pasternak Pasternak scored scored for for Boston Boston and and leave leave his his own own mark mark stopped stopped sixteen sixteen shots shots the the Bruins Bruins were were without without head head coach coach Bruce Bruce Cassidy Cassidy after after he he was was placed placed the the corvette corvette nineteen nineteen protocol protocol hours hours before before game game time time Boston Boston leading leading scorer scorer Brad Brad Marchand Marchand served served the the first first of of a a three three game game suspension suspension for for slew slew footing footing Calgary's Calgary's Oliver Oliver Ekman Ekman Larsson Larsson on on Sunday Sunday on on the the ferry ferry

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Leftists Won't Recognize the Improved Science of Saving a Human Life

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 3 d ago

Leftists Won't Recognize the Improved Science of Saving a Human Life

"The Supreme Court case on abortion it's fascinating It really is the notion of turning science on the left head which I love because you know for me when I hear these wonderful stories about these babies who were born so premature and are saved by the amazing advances of medicine And science I just keep thinking to myself my God You know how does a court not look at that and say science has changed since 1970s And we have to recognize here that this is a human life And that really is the crux of the argument before the court And I think it's pretty amazing that we live in a day and age We're lectured constantly by the left about science Climate change COVID yacht blah blah blah blah blah And when it comes to this issue of abortion whenever somebody brings up the science of how these amazing doctors and hospitals amazing medicine can save a baby at such an incredibly premature age They the left dismisses it They even justify sometimes they go oh it's terrible Kids can have a terrible life now How do you know that He's alive

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Leftists Won't Recognize Science About Doctors Saving Pre-Mature Babies

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 3 d ago

Leftists Won't Recognize Science About Doctors Saving Pre-Mature Babies

"The Supreme Court case on abortion it's fascinating It really is the notion of turning science on the left head which I love because you know for me when I hear these wonderful stories about these babies who were born so premature and are saved by the amazing advances of medicine And science I just keep thinking to myself my God You know how does a court not look at that and say science has changed since 1970s And we have to recognize here that this is a human life And that really is the crux of the argument before the court And I think it's pretty amazing that we live in a day and age We're lectured constantly by the left about science Climate change COVID yacht blah blah blah blah blah And when it comes to this issue of abortion whenever somebody brings up the science of how these amazing doctors and hospitals amazing medicine can save a baby at such an incredibly premature age They the left dismisses it They even justify sometimes they go oh it's terrible Kids can have a terrible life now How do you know that He's alive But they'll do it they'll say stuff like that all the time Horrible things that

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Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Ted Cruz Are Right to Check Dr. Anthony Fauci

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 3 d ago

Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Ted Cruz Are Right to Check Dr. Anthony Fauci

"Is Senator Cruz told the attorney general you should be prosecuted Yeah I have to laugh at that I should be prosecuted What happened on January 6th senator Do you think this song right there for a second Thank you rich First of all let's break that down His creepy laugh like a Batman villain aside First of all what the question of course is here you have a United States senator who is bringing up the fact that Anthony Fauci a member of the executive branch might have lied before Congress might have perjured himself before Congress Might have in fact totally American people Why So here's the legislative branch doing its constitutional job of being a check on the executive branch of government And instead of her following up and go well senator that's you know we're not talking about January 6th here We're talking about you and possibly now the accusation is that you lie to Congress about gain of function research You lied about the lab leak You lied about these things That's what they're arguing How do you want to respond to that No don't give me a giggle I'm gonna be a giggle like you've just tied up Robin and you're waiting for Batman to rescue him Answer the question This is their job Their job is to check the executive branch of government So what do you have to say to that Doctor Fauci But again Margaret brand is on his side He's the victim here right He's the victim And even though it's very very likely that Fauci did lie to Congress on multiple occasions about gain of function research which led to the virus in China being in that lab and maybe we could have very early on intervened in this whole thing She's willing to let that go because Fauci's a hero of the left And she is CBS So obviously you got to give the guy a pass

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Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 d ago

Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball

"Some of these situations which Hunter Biden literally involving some pretty sleazy people who I would imagine would would put him into some very uncomfortable situations right Well basically thanks to Joe Biden Hunter Biden was introduced to the inner sanctum of both president Xi of China and Vladimir Putin in Russia He was mixing with the oligarchs who were at the very top of both of those power structures both in Moscow and in Beijing and in Shanghai His father introduced him to those people In fact in 2013 when Joe Biden was vice president he flew hunter on air force two with him to Beijing for a series of meetings with president Xi and the big weeks there in China And he also was introduced at that time to one of Hunter Biden's new business partners because a few days after they left Beijing hunter of course the deal was signed and delivered on a basically a fund and investment fund that would grow to by 2019 have $2.5 billion worth of managed funds funds invested in it And the Hunter Biden still owns 10% of that business It's called bhr And you know that means that the president's son was in business with the Chinese Communist Party

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Miranda Devine on How Hunter Biden Lost His Laptops

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Miranda Devine on How Hunter Biden Lost His Laptops

"Well we're talking about Hunter Biden losing all his property and he lost as far as we know three laptops the one we have that he dropped off at the macro picked up There was another one he left behind at his psychiatrist's home and that was kept in a safe And this third one that he talked about in a video that he made with a prostitute that he was engaged with at that point And he was just discussing how he'd been on this danger in Vegas He'd woken up in this penthouse apartment of penthouse hotel room that had this gorgeous swimming pool that was sort of out of the balcony And he woke up face down drowning basically And he came to and saw all these Russian these Russian drug dealers that he divided into the room were basically stealing all his stuff and they stole his laptop He's telling the prostitute about this sometime later and she's like oh well you know if they're going to do anything with it because no you don't understand My father is running for president and this could be a problem for me I could get blackmailed and I've got gazillions of dollars So he was aware at that point how he's you know losing all these laptops actually was significant in terms of his father's career But he didn't really seem to care And the point I always think of that when he dropped off that lap book in Delaware he ended up going to California He went back to shed over where it used to have a loose benders And he met the woman who's now his wife and he really never came back to leave on these coasts But he dropped that laptop off just a couple of weeks before his father This was April 2019 before his father announced that he was going to be president or going to run for president

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Democrats Want to Force Americans in Electric Vehicles

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 3 d ago

Democrats Want to Force Americans in Electric Vehicles

"Day Democrats right now could do something about gas prices if they wanted to but they don't want to because they would rather wait a few years and have you out of your gas guzzling car and into an electric vehicle That requires of course electricity They would rather do that That's what they believe It's what they stand for So think about it from this perspective right People to jigsaw guy And he's as crazy as the rest of them And he says the ordeal goes you know what Everybody you'd be out of your guest goes on cars against your electric vehicles So we'll give you $12,000 to buy an electric vehicle Who's money is that That's my money Sure money You're taking my money to give it to somebody else to have them buy an electric vehicle You see what I mean The government is taking my money your money and then giving it away to somebody to let them buy something that maybe they can't afford How is that not Marxism How is that not exactly what I was telling you in the last hour It's Robin Hood right I'm taking from the rich and I'm given to the poor In this case I'm taking your money to give to somebody who can't afford an electric vehicle so that they can get an electric vehicle And I'm taking your money and I'm gonna be charging stations all across the country To meet a demand that's not yet there but we're going to make the demand by creating a supply using your money to help people buy these things that nobody wants So these people think

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Democrats Know They're Going to Lose Elections, but Still Play the Long Game

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Democrats Know They're Going to Lose Elections, but Still Play the Long Game

"Every single thing that the left is doing it's a very it's all planned out Bernie Sanders and AOC and these other people in Congress they really believe that the ultimate goal here is transformational change of our country And they don't just mean by having Democrats elected Like it's not the goal here It's really not I know it sounds like it is but it isn't In fact they would rather lose than have moderate Democrats I use quotes around the word moderate They're not moderates but they've moderate districts that have them win in control things You think I'm kidding They believe this is a long game for them They do Long game they have plenty of time Change is hard change shakes time It's not about winning It's not about power It's about change It's about control and change If they wanted to just be in power then they would just shift whichever way the wind was shifting on things But they're not doing that You realize now they know they're going to lose in midterm elections They're not changing anything They're going full war Sensible rational people We look at the results of the election the last election we had They look at the school board elections Moms and dads coming out Speaking out saying I don't want this critical race theory I don't want you shutting down schools I'm tired of masks I'm tired of vaccine mandates They would look at what voters said in Virginia They'd look at what voters said in New Jersey They look at my man Ed durn south Jersey beating a Democrat who nobody thought could be beaten They would see what happened there and they would readjust I mean for everything you can say about the guy Bill Clinton and Democrats of the mid 90s were smart enough to realize if we don't if we don't change here we're gonna get decimated so they did They played ball with new gingrich They balanced the budget They went with this These Democrats aren't changing anything They're going full it They're actually they want to spend more money than they did the day before the election You know why Because they know they're going to

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George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 3 d ago

George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats

"An ABC News George Stephanopoulos who I call the unbiased journalist George of Annapolis used to be Bill Clinton's campaign chief communications guy in The White House For two terms ran his campaign I mean he and James carville got Bill Clinton elected Now James carville doesn't pretend like he's a journalist He's out there as a rabid Democrat but with stephanopoulos does every Sunday when he hosts the ABC this week and when he's on Good Morning America as he pretends he's the chief political guy and he pretends like he's impartial He spent his entire career before getting to the media advising Democrats This is what I mean I could never do that Even though I've been advising Republicans my entire career And I'm a conservative talk radio host In order for me to get a job like that If they were to call me if you only want you to host meet the press Oh my God what an honor Absolutely What do I have to do Well you have to do the following Denounce Trump denounce every Republican then genuflect in front of the Democrat altar and declare yourself completely independent But they don't make Democrats do that When they give them shows they just go here Now you're a host Oh okay Well thank you That's so nice of you Thank you so

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

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 d ago

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

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

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Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban

"You know the Asian Psaki chili and sake why is this Peter doocy from Fox News How come this isn't racist but when Trump did it was racist and she said well Peter I think it has something to do with president Trump the tweet that Donald Trump said or something like that Now give me a break Look either travel bans are racist or they're not racist They can't be wonder Well it's racist when a Republican does it not racist when a Democrat does it And the World Health Organization even said this travel ban is stupid It's not even do anything And the next time a country finds a variant they're not going to want to tell anybody because they're going to know they're going to get punished by some political hack in Washington who just wants to try to show people that they're doing something even though it does nothing I mean there's nothing Come on you know that I know that If it was so dangerous they would have put the travel ban in place that day Instead they go it's really bad So we're gonna put a travel ban in next week So travel now well you can Smoke them if you got them I'm so

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"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:43 min | Last month

"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And she is mad at me and complaining and angry so we get to the show and the song that stands out for me. Was john burland right. As soon as she heard the solo of clarence playing junquera land. She was floored that was it for her. She became a fan instantly. And a for me that. Every time that i would hear clarence first of all i love bruce's performance on land but every time just hearing the saulo that clarence would do in jungle land that it was always Inspirational moving for me. I never it was always a highlight for me and other on that. I've always loved Is raising in the streets gal that that song the racing in the street and the fourth of july sandy that Those songs those are way off there for me. Those are great so we're going to wrap it up here. But i am going to have you back on again more because this has been a blast before i let you go. I gotta ask you mary question. So if you are A friend of marks may be one of his clients And you're listening to this and you don't normally listen to the podcast I and every episode with america question This came from a guy named jay armstrong. He is a honors. English teacher recently retired in the philadelphia area and he would always spend Every school year he would have his honors english class breakdown thunder road. Appoint david spend two days. He would look at all the imagery in the a point he would look at the lyrics talk about the you know the themes resist discussing what other points are similar and at the end of the two days he asks his class. Does mary get in the car. So mark that is your question. Does mary getting a car at the end of thunder road I would have to say yes. I would say yes How do there you go. What i love it. I don't know your polling is on that but I would sixty forty about sixty percents. Say that she gets in the car but about forty percent says she doesn't ask me the way versus waves. No no no. In fact. I have a shirt on my settlers. Bruce waste a website. It says the question isn't whether it's ways or waves is she getting a car If someone wants to reach you on are you on social media at all yes okay. Yeah so I am on facebook. People can connect with me. It's mark ton of t. o. n. o. f. f. I am on Let me see what my twitter is. let's see here. twitter k. Okay my twitter is at the grill. Mark it's n. e. g. r. i l. a. r. k. The reason it's grill mark is my other passion and my wife has which i also have to is We went to jamaica on our honeymoon in nineteen eighty three in jamaica. There is a beautiful part of the island. Which is called new grill beach. Aren't we went on our honeymoon and again we got hooked a soon as we went there. So we've been back to negro beach in jamaica over sixty times all how wonderful so again. When i get hooked on things i keep doing that. That is great that so that's why by if that negro mark on twitter lengthen Might lincoln i have a personal also have a business account On a financial advisor. Go ahead and give us your pitch about your website. Yeah yes Well my website is ton off financial dot com And what i do. I specialize in retirement income planning. But i also provide financial services ranging from A very knowledgeable insurance products such as life insurance disability insurance long term insurance in new itys. So i've been doing this for over thirty years. So what i do is i the services providing analysis for people regarding retirement planning or you know people might have question debate different insurance policies that they have. Are they good are they is their way to sell nine so that i've quiet throughout the country Yet people can find these There's various ways very good. alright mark. this was amazing. Thank you so much for spending time with me tonight. i will Send me the email me. A copy of the photo of the shirt include that We need to bring those shirts back. I've taken. I'm just saying that looks pretty. Good and Mark hopefully. I can meet you to show some time to do this again. We will do this again. I would love to have it listeners. You please stay safe. Go get vaccinated. Remember to bury your mass. Let's all be good to each other because that's how we're gonna get through this for now. Thank you mark. Thank you listeners. We'll talk to you soon. Goodbye doing a at times can be a one way conversation. And i hate that so please let me know what you like. And don't like about the work. I'm doing you can reach the podcast via email. At settlers in brusett gmail.com. The show is on twitter at settling. Bruce and my personal twitter is at jesse jackson. Dfw we have a website www settling bruce dot com from there. You can find links to other springsteen podcasts as well as other music themed podcast wherever page devoted to our own. Sob all star band. These are guests. Who have been on the podcast more than three times. There is a link to our store where you can purchase settling bruce shirts as well as a merry question t shirt. There is a link to our patron page where you can sign up to help. Support the podcast financially. We have different levels and different rewards based on your support. If you don't have any extra cash and right now who does you can sport the podcast by subscribing the your favorite podcast player leaving leaving us a review the more reviews we have the easier it is for people to find us and please tell a friend about the podcast. Especially if they love bruce.

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"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:04 min | Last month

"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The mary question is But he had homework The j armstrong is an honors english teacher in recently retired from the philadelphia area and every year. He would have his seniors in his honors english class in two days breaking apart thunder road. Bruce springsteen look at all the lyrics talk about the imagery they talk about the themes of the song and at the end of the two days. He looks at the class and says this mary get in the car. So mark thatcher question. Yes i i believe now. I believe the car in my in my head to now the thunder road. They're nineteen year old kids. Have being a little maybe younger than Twenty five twenty six. And i got in the car and it went for riding saturday. I think you home people go to school bars. The but i do get in. The car he gets live are absolutely now. Is that the consensus entity. Get sixty percents. Say yes okay forty percents they know some of the most interesting answers is absolutely because on racing in the street. She talks about being on her daddy's porch. Which is the same porch that she dances across that many people talk about yes because mary she got married and you know the river so they say it's the same place on the guest. Yeah one of my favorites is they said absolutely they get in the car they drive all the way to california. They build the life and moonlight motel him mourning the death of mary. Yeah i was like okay. That gives you a whole new perspective. Yes yeah now. We hang overdone. And then one of the other is One of my favorites is the guy said. It depends when the eastern band does it. She absolutely gets in the car because the end of the song is this triumph charge and when he does it so she doesn't because you really you know he kind of ends very kind of low key hymies drive off by yourself. I like like that. Yeah i love that to mark. This is a blast. We you know. I i say this a lot of people but in your case we have a better than fifty percent chance of actually seeing each other to show. Yeah because we're this close enough. I i know I always had the wish i guess. Texas just isn't strong enough. But i always wanted him to. Do you know austin houston dallas. Like you know so..

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"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:29 min | Last month

"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Remember. How did you feel during the dark years. Like when bruce has fired. The band moved to california. Talk about that mark. I saw bruce with the new van. He played ten nine. We mental answered all meadowlands arena. Three or four those shows actually the show where he did a fundraiser. Backs out to play numbered. Cva and south side in place. Then clarence cave outplayed. Said that new and for videos i i enjoy those shows. I enjoyed that. Arden was the. It's it's great to see the together advantage. One thing but i was still. I was still bruce springsteen who still playing a lot of songs that i love. The moving to california didn't bother the subtle batteries. Hollywood that really never pay didn't bother me at what bothers me. I think was where after that kind of that. After that tour with that was the other van there was a period of three or four hundred forty chart where there is nothing new material and then great sixteen At least three or four new songs but it was. It was to me now as Longer longer following ban band cigarette worse. I wasn't devastated by kind of accepting sense did Did you go to any of the reunion shows. Yes yes so. I had a guy on the podcast and i love telling the story because it's so funny. He said he was sitting in the pit at a reunion show and he and his mind goes. This is it. This is the peak of my springsteen fan. They've broken up. They've gotten back together. We have had the band and who knows every few years baby. They'll get together and tour again but you know it's been a great ride. He said and i think back and i wanna go to that guy. You've got the rising coming. You've got magic. Good an autobiography you have broadway. You have a two and a half year tour of the river like you. You have letter to you coming like us you. They've only reached half way of what they're going to do is very true. I thought i i remember. Thinking was probably going to be a swansong into the bill on do some different things nasa. Wow what a way to go out. And and i even mentioned the rise obviously twenty years nine of next the neck. Listen to that al and you think every single song but you're missing right. Yeah that's sits someone who went to work or a nine eleven years firemen or a young worker in anchorage gerald in the world trade Fits ohio wife lesson..

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"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:45 min | Last month

"mark h" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Amazing revelation. So i think at that point a by not long. I had the that was not a big catalog but had false. I thought it was people. You're gonna like the brakes. And it's and i loved. The brass. nebraska was so not just atlantic city but also nebraska itself. I just and it was fantastic music and then if you if you call time line as getting into his wife seventy five to eighty five and then it was just that it was now this sav got some live. Catalog your The studio stuff and it was it was. It was for war at not long after that was lucky. Now off we offer running a so mark Is like to preface. You mentioned you know kind of gotten live tracks. Now is like a preface. The amount of times you've seen. Bruce is a bad is is not fair. Barometer of how big of a fan you are. There are people that have never seen him. There are people that have seen him hundreds of times so How about you. What were you a thing in the thirties. Okay i've been through. The jersey was great like the rises for example young played. I think it was ted nights at giants stadium. I went to six or seven Whatever whatever it was. So i had the advantage of the jersey. That allow long stands was able to do that and then i also have a job. Were traveled a lot i would. I would schedule trips around. Where bruce is he saw hidden in saint all use before. I lived here by myself actually literally with highs up which is experience a kinda recommended for a fan out there. It's it can be really enjoyable Date seek it. All in so the thirds. Yeah i I drove to nashville and saw him there and then And then my favorite story. Speaking of pet sounds is I worked for company. Had a small office in winnipeg canada and And i went to winnipeg about once a year because the five or six agents that work there all reported to me. And so i went to my boss and i said hey. I haven't been to canada in about a year. Do you care if i go. And he says no. I don't care. I said okay by give you. The truth is brian wilson from the beach. Boys is playing in winnipeg. And that's why i'm picking these days. Okay i appreciate your candor..

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"mark h" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

05:54 min | Last month

"mark h" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"He must be utterly given over to jesus regardless of the painful price that is necessary to be paid as crucifixion takes place. You cannot enter the school of the holy spirit and not enter into crucifixion. They go together. They are one. I have been crucified with christ. I no longer live. Christ lives in me. Is that your spirit condition today before a holy and righteous god. Is that how you stand with the life. I live in the body. I live by faith in the son of god notice. It does not say the life. I live in the body. I live by myself. Worry or i live by my credit cards or i live by my medical treatments. No the life. I live in the body. I live by faith in the son of god who love me and gave himself for me. I do not set aside. The grace of god for righteousness could be gained to the law. Christ died for nothing you cannot earn righteousness. Righteousness is a free gift. That has rained down on the person who is willing to begin saying no to his flesh and who is willing then to allow himself to be crucified. Jesus christ if you look at mark the eighth chapter if anyone would come after me. He must deny himself take up his cross and follow me for whoever wants to save. His life will lose it but whoever loses his life for me and for the whoever loses his life for me and for the gospel. We'll save it. What good is it for. A man to gain the whole world yet. Four foot his soul. Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul if anyone is a shamed of me and my words and this adultress and sinful generation the son of men will be ashamed of him when he comes in his father's glory with his holy angels. This is mark h chapter verse thirty four. So let's be clear you must make a decision and ob straight up with you. I have dealt with too many men and women who are so full of themselves and their truth that they twist and turn the scriptures to say what they want them to say and then feel oppressed when people do not quickly agree with them adult with too many men and women who are utterly unclean sexually but come to church and pretend that they're righteous before god and that they're eager for the work of the gospel to go forward but that's all they are their words but as soon as they leave the church house they go back to their lusting after the unclean and after the money after their dishonesty.

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"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:53 min | 2 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Is a spacing issue on offense that even lebron the greatest problem-solver in the history of the league. It's going to look ugly a lot because russ is just a terrible jump shooter. Who wants to take a lot of jump shots but to your other point like now. Wait quick interjection opener. Jack overnights against the warriors who could be starting dream on at the five and you could see a d at the fight like they're not going to have a static. Starting lineup as this year goes on. This is what i was about to say when the rubber meets the road dare playing. Anthony davis center like when when the chips are down when they're pushing it's just like it was in the bubble. They're playing anthony davis at center. I i am very interested to see sort of so. That's russ lebron. Ad and then two spots. I'm very interested to see who wins those two spots. The athletic had a big long story about the lakers last week when they talked about ellington and a reza being the favourite for those two spots if they started. Anthony davis at center. Which who knows if that's going to happen or not. I'm lake wayne ellington and trevor reza. Look those those guys might not make playoff rotations for some teams and they're gonna start for a championship contender and the same like deandre. Jordan literally did not make a playoff rotation for a team last year and then whoever is the other one is the shooting guard in in this formation. The same thing may or may not apply and then you zoom out. And you're like well. Lebron has made an entire career of give me one star and now to because rest for all. This false is still start. The guy made a run at all. Nba last year. I didn't vote for him. I don't think you really had a case. But he made a run at it. You give me those two. And like then put mike miller and mario chalmers around me. I'll make the finals put. Jr smith and thompson around me. I'll make the finals. Put alex caruso rajon. Rondo and casey all win the championship. Whatever it is. He's made a career of this. So all we all just worrying about nothing. And i just can't decide. I think part of the reason. I can't decide davis two reasons. You both number one. Lebron is almost thirty seven and is second all-time admits he's reaching uncharted territory of like you just can't be peak lebron forever right and number two russ's just such a unique player because he shoots all the time and i'm just not sure what he's going to be doing when lebron has the ball and there's two minutes left in a playoff game because lebron is going to have the ball like what is russell. Westbrook going to be doing so take the like. Is this still peak. Lebron take that one or the rest question. Pick whichever one of those reassure me that. This is all going to be okay. We'll start with a braun who looks great and went into his two a day off season regimen on his own. A month before training camp started rob pelinka reports. That lebron has trimmed down. I asked lebron about it. He was kept a close to the vest but he said listen. I'm always looking for ways to find an edge final margin as to source coast lebron. It's not necessarily that. He lost weight but he's added lean muscle which was like can regular humans. Do that can. We signed up for that. can i get. I don't need to look on the scale. What i way. But if i could add lead muscle is that possible. If you don't spend a million dollars per year on your body zach. Look into this. i don't know i don't know. Ask me mostly rescued the wrong person. I know how to add. Like i'd had fat fat experience that like from two thousand three onward but I think all those signs plus a lengthier off-season point to lebron. You had to go into the year assuming he will still be liberal while recognising that two of the last three seasons he suffered a major injury after prior to those three seasons never experiencing something like that in his basketball career is is pro basketball career. But i have to think. Because he's someone who continues to defy everything that okay. Lebron checkmark will be dominant will be a top ten player in the league top five and when it comes to the play offs will be the ultimate swiss army knife who can pick apart opposing defenses. Not only with his physicality skill but it mind the russ question is a bigger one for me but if there is a recognition that ross party or role is doing whatever you can to take the load off lebron the regular season in so he can have a better chance to be supernova lebron in the playoffs. And of course you're not going to be benched in those major moments but your role could be adjusted if you're cool with at and you're happy being la and you're happy you're getting the team back to a chance to be a title run but clear is gonna be still going through lebron ad when it matters most. Let's do it. And i think that's the way you can try to to make this thing work. Well that's part of the reason. I'm excited for this team. What you said about the regular season like that's all well and good russ is going to be just a fast break. Rampaging machine in the regular season. he's going to give them more of an allowance to rest. Lebron here there or at least a liferaft when lebron is is on the bench although it should be noted like the wizards were abysmally bad when he played without bradley beal year. That said anthony. Davis may also be part of those minutes. Maybe that's by the way. Let me stop right. Now is lebron receptive to like if if if like forget pelinka if jeanie buss came to him and said hey man you're second all-time minutes we're trying to win the championship. Can i really respect that. You wanna play eighty two games. I it's enormously awesome that you actually do care about the fan who's gonna attend one game. I'd be heartbroken. You don't play. We need you to play like sixty five games in thirty one minutes a game. Is he finally going to be receptive to that. Are they. even gonna ask him that question i would. I would be asking them that every day. If i ran the lakers now he has given the answer repeatedly in time i've covered him that the minutes is just something he flat out rejects because playing in a game is not the window from tip off at seven pm until the fourth quarter overtime ends. At ten thirty it is from the moment. He wakes up that morning of a game to post game and so to him. It's more about finding opportunities for days off than finding opportunities to cut minutes and to me that makes sense like okay. That's fine then. That's fine okay. So i say lebron can we get you to take fifteen games off and to me now. There is the rob of the nba looking to preserve its product. And making sure that when those rest games occur. It's not abc. Saturday night is not abc sunday. It's not primetime. Tnt on thursday. To make sure that we're still growing the sport because.

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"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Going into the season look every team is to some degree is trying to answer the same equation. Which is how do we put enough shooting on the floor without compromising our defense or flip it around. But you're defenses twenty-ninth in the nba for food. Twenty six for the season or something. How can we get enough. Good defenders on the floor without torpedoing are off when you have one of the greatest stretch bigs in nba history. In carlton's and that's what. Karl towns is tara easily. You might be the most versatile scoring big man ever in the nba. You do have a certain leeway in terms of putting non-shooters elsewhere to that point. Jared vanderbilt made one three last season. And i mentioned before if you asked me to predict their starting five minnesota starting five my first one i. I did their depth chart two weeks ago. Here's what i had. Beverly russell edwards beverly this is. This is two weeks ago john. It's allocated okay this evolution beverly russell edwards taurean prince and cat. I'm just thought okay. They'll go all shooting. They traded for beverly to start and their defensive bulldog at the point of attack. I think that's out. I think that. I think two of those three inch or two of those. Five answers are wrong. I think beverly and prints are wrong if you be right now to predict their starting five. Here's where i'm going de ngelo. Russell anthony edwards jaded mcdaniels. Jared vanderbilt karl anthony towns. I think they're going to try to defense toughness in the starting five in between mcdaniels. Who shot a decently. Last year on middling volume vanderbilt in edwards was thirty three percent on high volume but got better. I don't know that they have enough shooting in that lineup. And i don't know vanderbilt. Mcdaniels do enough to offset the defensive weakness of russell edwards towns. I just think the for the wolves. They're personnel is so weird that this offense defense balancing act is sort of more tricky and urgent for them than for other teams. Like every guy you plug in josh kogi okay. He doesn't really shoot at all. That hurts taurean prince. He shoots at the four. He's a problem. Defensively at the threes. Problem defensively okay. Beverly okay well offense. It's just there's just so many of these guys that have glaring holes that chris finches balancing act is going to be really tricky. But what do you think of my pillow. Edwards mcdaniels vanda cat prediction. I like it. i think that's the way that i would lean as well. Because i think that like you said one of the big problems of this roster construction is. There's too many one way players. You have know vanderbilt. A kogi guys like this. Who are all defense. All the time and can't really do anything offensively. Or you have russell edwards. You know towns to a degree who are all offense in. Don't bring a whole lot defensively so trying to balance that out. It's really hard i think. They that jada mcdaniels can be one of the few to tru two way players on their roster and so he fits then. I disagree by the way i like. I like him. I like it very much. I don't disagree and people have been raving about his off season in the summer and the strikes that he's making so So that's why like dick mcdaniels at the three. Then you bring beasley off the bench. Who is another one way player all offense but at least you get some buckets coming off of that bench in in a pseudo lou williams type role. He doesn't make plays off the dribble but he shoots and he can. He can score with that second unit. Beverly attached to him to help defensively one thing. That is interesting is that finch does really like to play the angela russell off the ball. So your initial inclination of patrick beverley and russell starting is not a bad one. He did it with jordan. Mclaughlin did it with ricky rubio and russell. He likes that so i think you could see him finishing that way because finch's said that he likes to finish smaller In start bigger. And so you could see beverly and russell together. You can see beasley out there at times. You see mcdaniels at the four instead of the three and things like that and he's gonna play around with that but as already in initial starting lineup..

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"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"You throw a party if you're if you're league average in anything for the since two thousand four so let's pretend ben simmons just doesn't go there. This was already. I'm doing my team. Depth depth charts row. Thirty teams projecting rotations. This was immediately apparent to me as particularly after the acquisition of patrick beverley. This was immediately apparent to me as one of those interesting teams in the league. There's a lot of meat on the bonders stuff to analyze here in part because after missing on jerry kover trading a pig to the warriors in the russell deal so that's two straight lottery tickets that you lit on fire. There's a lot of pressure on this team to get into the play tournament this year or at least if the play in term and ends up being hard to get into these be in that race toward the end. There's just a lot going on here. There's a lot of different you could. You could throw out five different potential starting fives for this group and i would say any of those could be in play. I have guess as to what it will be on opening night but it's really just an educated. Guess what's interesting let's zoom way out what's again. Leave simmons decide. What's the biggest on-court question you have for these guys. What's the thing day one that you're going to be like i want. I'm watching the game with this in mind. Figure out the powerful position and what. They're gonna do there now obviously. That's one of the reasons they've been going after. Simmons maybe he could be a pseudo draymond green type of a situation but if they don't have him than it's looking like most likely jared vanderbilt as you're starting power for now he's a rebounding machine super productive on the glass that way but he's a little bit undersized he doesn't give them a lot of rim protection and they need someone next to karl anthony towns to help get crushed on the on the boards and that has been a huge problem. I believe they were there. First of all their defense was a disaster and it was particularly disastrous. when chris africa's venture took over. And i don't think. Chris finch i think unfortunately it has to do someone with the fact that all three of the wolves best offense players were healthy and available for some or all of that stretch. Their defense went completely down the tubes. And as you mentioned. I think they were twenty nine hundred thirtieth defensive rebounding in that in that stretch they were and they were twenty twenty-ninth in defense and defensive efficiency so i mean they were hammered points the whole time and chris finch certainly got the offense humming In part because he actually had towns in russell edwards altogether ryan. Sanders never really had that in his time here. But he certainly organized. The offense did well but they just get hammered on the glass. They cannot finish possessions defensively and so they're constantly give me a second chance points more bites at the apple and they didn't really address power forward at all in the off season they resigned jeered vanderbilt on a on a very modest contract. He was sneakily like plus three point. Nine points per one hundred possessions on the floor according to clean the glass so he's very active. He's a he's a good defensive minded guy can guard multiple positions. But when you're looking at you know what are they going to do. To mitigate that issue next to towns when you want towns out near the perimeter threes and and doing things like that. That's that's where you kind of got figured out. They try jade mcdaniels at the four they. They've gone small with him. Sometimes i think ideally they want him at the three long-term but they don't really have a good option at that at that four spot unless vanderbilt just turns into dennis rodman and and really kind of changes things up that way. So that's going to be the big question going in. Because they're pretty set russell edwards mcdaniels or beasley and towns at the five. You know the that's the one question mark that they have in this lineup..

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"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:37 min | 2 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I think correctly market value is so he's got to wait till agency and what you're in free agency. All bets are off everything could go haywire between now and then. So you've you've written you've reported reported about rules that maybe we brought an extension even more to eliminate that kind of thing. Yeah so zach and actually you know. Teams are calling. The zach levine rule as far as tweaking the extension rules for his case. As you mentioned the most he can make an extension is like you know hundred and five. It's a it's a one hundred million dollar difference between signing an extension and what he could potentially earn in chicago. The reason is because it's one hundred and twenty percent increase So teams are saying is. Well wait a minute. Why can't he just sign an extension for thirty percent of the salary cap which equals his years of service. Okay jump start the process early. Why does he have to wait until until next year. And as you said it punishes his number was on an offer sheet that chicago wind up matching it. Punishes teams punishes players. Who are on team friendly type contracts here and i could see something like that If i'm the league. I'm saying that's fine with me. It's at the team's discretion. If you're the players association you're saying great more money for that player. It also hurts teams on the other end where i sign i have. Let's let's just say. I have a player making thirty five percent of the max already. He wants an extension i. I signed him to an extension at the most allowable money which is the max but with eight percent raises then. I run in to a five year period. Where the salary cap goes up by three percent every year so all of a sudden this thirty five percent guys. Making thirty percent forty two percent forty-three percent. He's thirty five years old. He's declining setting the extension so that it just stays at thirty five percent the entire time. Thirty five percent of the capital year raises mirror the cap. I think that's another idea that would be under consideration the players union. It would also not like very much but still it's better than what it is right now for the for the most. I mean the rule is the rule as one team told me it's been a game changer. Basic just because you you have an idea for player is going to stay or you're going to have to move him down the road where you couldn't have done that prior to This new cba and you know if you're going to tweak it you're right maybe you leave it at that percentage number well in one of the reasons that i think. That's an interesting discussion. As i've written about this i wrote about it when the bulls traded jimmy butler. I look you can tell me all the stuff about team should know better and and make decisions and be cold and calculated about it. There's just something perverse to me about a system in which great players hall of fame players become albatross contracts that just crippled teams when they're thirty four thirty five years old to the point. That teams began bailing out of those players before they even sign those contracts like jimmy butler and demarcus cousins pre injury pulp to some degree. Paul george in indiana although that was a complicated situation and then you do see like again. Teams have managed to escape some of these contracts unscathed like oklahoma. Did well with westbrook. The wizards didn't even do that badly with john wall. So maybe i'm making much do about nothing. You know but the clippers getting out of blake griffin. They did well do that. And then of course these guys end up getting bought out online..

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"mark h" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

07:43 min | 4 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Exactly so. Well listen i. I feel like that that is the that is the survey. I was hoping to take And you did not disappoint me. Trust me i. I love the contract. And it's such a relief to see the body Being put at the center of the conversation about for maybe getting grandiose here but the human experience and thereby the experience of many other animals and vertebrates and mammals But it's weird to me that emotions and affect have been been pushed out for so long and even now you'll have to fight. You have to claw your way back to talk about emotions or affects which. I find just astonishing So i'm so delighted that you you've built this construct and that people can access and if you want more it's the hidden spring journey to the source of consciousness. I suggest you get it. Read it familiar. Familiarize yourself with this material because this is the important stuff. This this is everything else is just window-dressing when you get right down to me it's also why. I'm sure you must be consulted on this all the time. It's also why a is likely to be failure but have deficiencies. I until very recently. I've i've taken a disdainful lack lack of interest in a i because i always this these Embezzles is machines may be. They lack the most fundamental ingredients. All right of of mind. And that's exactly what we've been talking about the red thread through our conversation. What is it like to be. That's information processing device and this is no reason to believe that any of these computers. Just look at the basic design principles. You can see well the function that they're not trying to continuing statistic that they just processing information in the way that an idea with it. Say something's like alarming in the way that our cortex does anybody who takes is just that information processing device with with dedicated tasks and you know. That's really why i'm saying. The coach student at is not is not really a wet wet will add the mind disaster and then i would go beyond that and says severe fall on official intelligence is not really what what what i think is interesting. The possibility of consciousness is not another story. You know And so only in the set up never been interested in artificial intelligence disorders cutting to do with minds. But when i said it about half an hour ago that the mechanism of ethic is homies static. And that it's not that complicated affect is an extended form of hobbyist. Stacy's you can reduce to add to to sort of causal lows out. How this extended form of stasis works. And so i do not think it's an impossibility at one. Could engineer a simple fold of consciousness in the form of a machine and and not official being. That's basic design principles trying to carry on existing and that it has to monitor. Its own states. It say energy supply and an and temperature and so on. I don't think it's impossible. That's that we could reverse engineer. That's a homies static mechanism and of course it would be nothing like animal. Consciousness metal that you've been consciousness but to me. It is not an article impossibility and that we could have a machine of of a hamas tactic self organizing kind with predictive machinery. And some that we'd be talking about an awkward position that would have some kind of artificial sanctions something like the becoming aware of widdling energy supplies and the essential prices that imposes for that system. I i love that being the gauntlet we will lay down and leave and let others continue to think about and perhaps pick it up But i think that's a. I've never thought of that. And that's a fascinating challenge very interesting and you can really go down a rabbit hole thinking about where that might go up. But i think you're absolutely correct is their website. The i know you have twitter at mark interschool psalms anything else you wanna refer people to know. That's the only the only one of those i mean. I'm also unlinked but that's a whole different story to twitter is the best way to stay in touch with what i'm doing giving lectures wherever i cannot i load the up onto onto. That's that's a regrets at the a very active on it said i. I think that's the best way. Follow there. And i just i didn't. I miss this about your history that you're a psychoanalyst. Is that is that true. Yes i'll tell you what happened. I mean how do we have three minutes three minutes. Three hundred then. I got a. I became very frustrated in the early eighties. When i trade this stuff we'd be talking about. Which is what the mind is about. It just wasn't that in congress demure science penetrates the so i if it was an act of desperation for all of their faults psychoanalyst's stay do actually study live life of the mind. So let me let me go train. That's language i mean that that. Consider the Those methods and then bring them inch bureau science. So that's what i that's what i did. That's great that's amazing. do you know. Do you know. Peter fonda rufford. So i was kinda referencing some of his stuff here. A little bit and I do think that this confluence of psychoanalysis neuroscience is a massively important thing to be Entertained so we will leave it at that. And i'm so glad you're doing this work and any anything coming up. We should look out for. We'll just we'll just get the hidden spring right but worry about what's the first thing i would. i would. The journal of consciousness studies to mind. Delights is bringing out a special at a good the holy issue but most of the issue the issue. This year will be the to my book. Why mentioning it's is because they will be common trees by the very tom nagel that we spoke of earlier. Is it liked. Fantastic daniel dentists and a call for a free energy principle saying and lionel mccosh global workspace theory guy. So i if audience wants to see what what's how my colleagues in philosophy and neuroscience always funding to my book that could be initiative which is which is fantastic and this is the other layer. We'd really didn't get into which is philosophy. Which is the top layer. And all this. And i think dan coined the term. The hard problem didn't he is was david chalmers. That's right shamas in the very journal that we're talking about that's where he joined the journal again. Journalists contrast consciousness.

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"mark h" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I was like. Somebody's gonna get gagged here and yeah like who charles short story but what was it like that night to win that oscar say mean is just there and i'm not gonna lie like it's always a like people were telling us in the right car without like you know you're this show in this thing and it's like let me just enjoy like but let me be surprised whatever it is because then the only thing you have is disappointment like you don't know you never know until they open that fucking weeks widow. Yes exactly so so. So but when they said it. And i bradley and gaga gave that incredible performance before and i was just like a fan in the audience. Like oh my god And then and then they said it and we just got up and it was actually kind of funny like At the golden globes had said that. I was allowed to give the speech and i thought that was really sweet and maybe they were like omg might win actress. So she's going to speak later. So so at the golden globes i. I was really nervous. But i wanted to say thank bradley and be eloquent. Whatever the at the oscars is like nobody wants to hear us. Speak gogga's night. And i was kind of the bad guy amongst andrew anthony who two of my closest friends i was like. We just gotta shut up and they're kind of like what not even like. Thanks mom like. I just don't think it's the night for that so it was all right asshole. So we're on the way. And they re read out the thing and they win and gaga it goes up and she makes this beautiful speech and then she just endebted on. I went and then she just goes and mark. So i'm like. Oh i say hey you can't thank yourself so we would like to thank you but like i look like such addiction. My friends like no one's gonna speak on tv unless it's me right but it was night and i just remember like the four of us feeling like such crew like that night and just like they just like running around and fuck and just feeling like it was wonderful and then And then everything else like that. After that sucked once we left the shrine or whatever that building was with it was one of the parties. Ever been to i. I was within a in relationship. And i was a lot of fighting and shouting. It wasn't thank you for that record by the way Mark i know. You gotta go Can we know apple. Show really quick. Yeah why don't we mention the pie on coverage You know where i interviewed you know cover starts to fade obviously has a great track record of getting people right at that moment just before they blow off and take over the world and you're still are most popular downloaded episodes from So far from that. Thank you for being on people's first pilot episode of their podcast. Yes so And that was great. And and then. I've done this show which are also an watched the sound for apple plus which is a six part documentary series on sort of like how music is made like each episode is a different subject. Distortion reverve synthesizers. Drum machines auto tune and.

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"mark h" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on From Scratch

"A close. We mean to formula that we thought were great. We had to be launched party. Sold all the jars we made and that was going to be it but we had a lot of friends who were saying. This is a cool idea. You should at least keep working on it so actually over the course of two thousand eight two thousand ten. We worked nights and weekends on skype. And however we could get in touch really putting all the puzzle pieces together and then in two thousand ten. We had gone to a point where we felt like it was just waiting for someone to take it over so i quit my job in june of two thousand ten and he joined in october. We talk about the the legendary start of sir kensington. How did you come up with the idea of being tongue in cheek and being you know when you called absurdly highbrow getting the concept off the ground. When i was growing up. I was always attracted to brands that have personalities that doesn't necessarily mean literal figurative like You know like mr peanut. But i think brands need to make statements. And hines clearly makes the statement it stands for childhood stanford nostalgia stands for fun and really the answer americana and we didn't want to go right up against that and i think you know as much as food is about quality and taste it's also about entertainment so we didn't want and make anything. That was too took her. We didn't wanna take ourselves too seriously. So sor- kensington evolved as this character that hearken to british quality in british cuisine. Which in some ways isn't looked at as the best cuisine in the world but it certainly looked at it sort of like high tea. And you know it's the origin of a lot of things fancy and cer- kensington was his character. That personified the tongue. Tongue-in-cheek ideas that you can have quality even in the lowliest things i'm jessica harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is mark ramadan. Founder of sir kensington. 's a condiment company that got its start by making a catch up that hoped to be a gourmet alternative to heinz. What is the history of catch up. Catch up actually is a five hundred year old conman. It started as a fish sauce in southeast asia. Originally a chinese word. I think it's pronounced ketziot up and it sort of migrated with the spice trade from southeast asia through central asia and eventually incorporated tomatoes which are nuro crop. The tomatoes are from peru. The europeans brought tomatoes back to europe. Needed a way to preserve them and catch up eventually. Made its way to america so in two thousand ten you and scott decide to launch the company. Officially you debuted at the fancy food show and how pivotal was that for you for us. That was that little four foot team. All that i was standing behind with my sister made all the difference. That's where we met whole foods. That's where we met dean and deluca. That's where we met williams sonoma and i think in many ways we were incredibly lucky that they stopped by. Because we didn't know what we were doing. We didn't know how pricing worked. We didn't know what distribution wise i mean. We didn't even have a warehouse. The first order of product arrived at my apartment doorstep. And it was. I didn't even know what a pallet was. I was in a doorman building at the time. Doorman called and said you have a delivery. I said oh great. You can just put in the in the packages room. And he's like no no no. This is thousands of pounds of of. I don't know what. And so. I had to come back and have helped him unloaded and put it. All in my in my apartment's a wall of catch up in the apartment at the time. What was harder for you initially than you thought it might be. We'll sales were hard. Still are hard and so we were taking our cases of product door to door up and down streets of new york to places. Like murray's cheese Places like the chelsea market you know and it was hard though because people are busy. They see a million products a day. It's only on worse. These jars catch heavy. So i had them in roller brand like a rolling suitcase. And i would go into these stores and stores would be filled with people. It's mean it's manhattan so it's no room for anything and i'm in there with my suitcase trying to get them to taste this or see this and they you know they just don't leave a sample on. I'll call you back and the nice people do but most people even if they are nicer too busy to call you back fearing out that you have to be persistent while still being nice was it. Tricky balance to find any interesting anecdotes about approaching murray's cheese or you know you mentioned chelsea market or Any anything that sticks out. I think the first probably the first thing is our very first new york retailer was chelsea market baskets which is a store still. They're great store in chelsea market and he was willing to put it up on shelf. We had most of the product in my apartment. We had some product in a warehouse near where scott and brandon were from northern california. And so our first attempt to ship. We didn't know that you had to pack glass properly and we would get these angry irate. You know i. I have this. I have a box. that's bleeding catch-up. There's glass everywhere. What are you doing. And so i had to start hand delivering every week. You know these boxes catch all around the city. We'd no other solution. How did you finance the company in the early days in the early days we put in our own money it was. It was me scott brandon and there was a fourth partner named win who was also a college friend of ours. That soon as i decided to leave my job and do this full time we started to raise a bit of money from family and friends. We tried to raise money from people who were not just supportive but add done something like this before so some of our investors have also invested in brains like pop chips and fight a cocoa. And we've tried to raise money from people who know what they're doing and so to the degree that we can continue to rates from people like that. That's that's going to help. What are some mistakes that were made that. Perhaps you know they helped with. It hasn't been easy. We've made a lot of mistakes. One of those mistakes is saying yes to every store that wanted to stop us right away. It was certainly in the early days..

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"mark h" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"mark h" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We do. When the work is designed you spoke some talking to mark. Shaw brand new book. Collateral damage about the mysterious deaths of marilyn monroe and dorothy gallon into rfk jfk. The mob. this is heavy stuff mark Continue so so you basically prove to yourself. There is no way that marilyn monroe committed suicide or overdose. Unfortunately that kind of leaves murder. And so you're looking at motives. You said just we went to the break she and rfk. We're having a torrid love affair. Is there any other kind. A torrid love affair Right around the time that she died so continue. Just go back quickly to how. I did this ass backwards. And why have the advantage. By the way it's pronounced bass ackward just gives me i guess. Okay I investigated the jfk. Assassination i that's nineteen sixty three then. I investigated dorothy kill gowns death. That's nineteen sixty five. You wouldn't normally do that. You would normally start with marilyn monroe's death in nineteen sixty two either way. They died within forty months of each other. If you think about that at very early age it's maryland thirty six. Jfk forty six. I believe in maryland. And dorothy kilgallen fifty two. And so i did that backwards. But once i got through the jfk assassination and the kilgallen case. Things opened up with regard to maryland situation. Most people remember that maryland had an affair with jfk and her singing. Happy birthday to him and all of that but actually it was a very short love affair and was broken off by joe kennedy but who was there to pick up. The stripes was bobby kennedy became enthralled with her. He visited her several times in los angeles when he was working on a movie with his book. The enemy within. I have all of that proof in the book with regard to this so i got to thinking who had the motive to have you know have gotten involved with only gotten involved with maryland but then could have been involved in her death but gianni russo may have told you was the maryland. Got herself in trouble. She had this love affair with him. It's proven for sure. This is a probably can't read it so i'll read it. But this is a letter from jean kennedy smith to marilyn monroe understand that you and bobby are the new item exclamation mark. We all think you should come with him when he comes back. East jean kennedy smith. That's one of the who is being kennedy smith. That's the president's sister president. Kennedy's sister now. Why would president. Kennedy's sister right to marilyn monroe in sort of approving way. When obviously she has a sister. In law ethel kennedy mary tar k. I don't get that well. We'll never know. she died. apparently and i tried. She died recently. And i tried to interview or but she wouldn't come talk to me. You know. I think that it was a spur of the moment thing. She knew about a bobby. She wanted him to be happy. I think she knew that there were all kinds of problems with. I mean he was a philander. Just like jfk was. They were running a row with all these different women and everything so i think that she found out that. Hey or maybe he said something to her. You know i found somebody. You know one of the things that i'm going to bring up in a minute. Maryland was not dumb blonde. She was much smarter than people gave her credit for. for instance. She was an avid reader. For god's sake she read ulysses. I tried to read that book and couldn't when you say you listen we're not talking about you. Know the wonderful poem by homer. You're talking about the pretentious. Modernist tom by james. Joyce the only book worse than ulysses finnegans wake which he has the honour also. Yes having but you said she read eulogies dingy. Just feel pressure to do that. Because she's hanging out with arthur miller. I'm not sure that anybody would really vol. Barely light of the proof about marilyn really comes in a book that i'm going to promote of course is called fragments and it contains all of meryl maryland's writes on On a back back of receipt book receipts of in hotels on stationery. They're and everything. He will be amazed what she wrote a poem she wrote all of that. I've included two or three of them in the book for people to look at At one point she She was an auction and she bought some manuscripts. I mean maryland was much brighter than everybody thought she was. And and you know that was the one of things that dorothy kilgallen found out. That's one of the reasons i think. They became friends and all of that but she got herself in trouble when she felt like she was being used by robert justice she had been used by. Jfk and russo may have told you about a gathering up at the cal neva club on the on the border of tahu and not too far from where i live and they were gonna use maryland and they were gonna take videos of her and everything and she started screaming. I'm going to the press. I'm going to talk about a my affairs with both candidates. I'm going to talk about You know matters of national security and all of that and all that is proven through a document that i found an fbi or cia document. That was in was published in august. Third nineteen sixty two. Now think about that date. Because that's the day before maryland died. Okay and in there. It talks about exactly what was going on that. There was a wiretap between dorothy kilgallen. A friend of hers and they learn certain things about this and just to to tell you Kilgallen replied that she knew. Excuse me When he gets the right page here. This is the right now. Is that you really going to the actual documents usually guest on the show. Just blow smoke and we never check up on them. Well you won't you won't find me You find that basically talks about the love affair and that you know that they had been carrying on and it says that Bobby kennedy told maryland. He was going to divorce his wife. Now this is this getting into the very juicy stuff folks talking to mark shaw. The book is collateral. Damage will be right back. Don't.

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"mark h" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark h" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Think you've had too much to drink with the I think you're great from there and again up to that moment it was fine it was the moment of they tried to put cuffs on that everything changed and I think probably even as prices of the cops radar Brooks initiates a call a battle with them you can hear the cops they stop fighting poverty and getting a taste you gonna get taste and hands off the taser that's what it sounds like to me stop fighting stop fighting ends up fighting the two cops I sought to instances where he seemed to hit the cops one mark H. grabs the taser and starts running we'll pick it up from the other side where that goes from there just it did not have to happen this way it's so sad I. D. why is not the worst thing in the world let's be honest it's it's not.

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"mark h" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark h" Discussed on KTRH

"I think you've had too much to drink the project with the I think you're great from there again up to that moment it was fine it was the moment of they tried to put cuffs on that everything changed and I think probably even to the prize of the cops radar Brooks initiate circle a battle with them you can hear the cops they stop fighting prostate you gotta get taste you going to get tased and hands off the taser that's what it sounds like they stop fighting stop fighting ends up fighting the two cops I sought to instances where he seemed to hit the cops one mark H. grabs the taser and starts running we'll pick it up from the other side where that goes from there just it did not have to happen this way it's so sad on a DIY is not the worst thing in the world let's be honest it's it's not.

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"mark h" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark h" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Life and your money Larina is on the line in Arkansas hi Lorraine how are you Hey thanks for taking my call sure I think the nine are happily retired going how to lifetime income each I'm looking for a phone call last year we sat down and created a budget and that's been doing or what well for us some medical yeah and having just listening to your forecast about four weeks ago with our budget and what kind of wait did a little dance and showed my husband you're free investments and finance we can have all those medical bills paid off and trademark one moment he might do it so what if free in three months good for you and I'm calling because we live in a lovely home that we want to stay here for the rest of our lives and we have no children to which we would want to leave that howls I was wondering about the wisdom of our very first mark H. so that we could use that money ourselves well no they're not wise the because.

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"mark h" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mark h" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I didn't see this thing. They hit the air horn rightness swing basically ended up throwing the driver and fall fell down looking. He was heading for an era. He's not the most athletic person looking person in the world tours ACL. Yeah. It did. So he's setting up to hit a shot and guy behind the air horn. And there you go Dr rose he hits me and big man fall hard. It's that simple. Sometimes. The following is always always agree. So congratulations. Tommy k. I have to take Mike with you. Now to be one of the guy. Take him with if you've just bears. He if you're that one was funny, we left this next one. I'm not gonna lie made me kind of gag a little bit. This is from Mark H entry three guys all a hundred yards out betting on closest to the pin. New dad bet a shot of his wife's breast milk without consulting her for the losers. Mom was not happy, but stepped up and made us pay it off. I want to belt must actually. Sleep. I want to. No, no. So how do we feel about that? That one got me. I'm not gonna lie. It was two glasses.

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