35 Burst results for "1978"

Charlie Welcomes Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Mastriano

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Mastriano

"One of the most important races in the country is the governor's race in Pennsylvania. The national Republican establishment groups have refused to offer any sort of financial or otherwise support of dog mastriano. They're leaving him all alone on an island. So we got to do whatever we can to help him and he joins us right now. Dog welcome back to the program. Fairly, it's great to be back. And I look forward to seeing you on Friday. It's going to be fantastic. Yeah, I don't know if I'll be able to make it, but I know our team is going to be there. It's going to be incredible. So Doug, tell us about your race. How's it going? And also talk about how some of the Republican establishment is not exactly supporting you. Well, we had a tough primary. We had a 9 people on the ballot, as you know, and it was the first time in 44 years at the state party, did not endorse. So it was one of the most contested and heated primaries in recent history in Pennsylvania. Back then in 1978, the last time they didn't endorse dick thornburg won with 33% of the vote. Charlie, I was outspent 16 to one. I heard I carry a ten to one in her race 16 to one. A good chunk of that by other Republicans, about 6 million or so were in attack pieces against me. So it had a bloody primary, but still came out with almost half the vote. The next guy behind me was 22 points behind. So as you rightly said with your interview in Arizona down there in the old days, you know, money seemed to head the greatest influence on races, not anymore. They think grassroots is fired up. We're watching what's happening with Donald Trump. We're watching the old dinosaur career politician type such as kind of like fading away and it's a new day.

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Paul Kengor Reflects on the Enchanting Olivia Newton-John

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 2 d ago

Paul Kengor Reflects on the Enchanting Olivia Newton-John

"The director of the institute for faith and freedom at gross city college. Any book with his name on it is worth your time, Paul kangal. Professor kangal. Welcome to America first one on one. 7 two kind and it's always good to be with you. Thank you. All right, I'm gonna throw everyone for a loop right now because I'm talking about the story of the day, the story of the year, probably the story of the decade, but before we analyze that and some potential connections to less democratic systems around the world, you sent me a piece just a few moments ago that a little bit out of your Wheelhouse when I looked originally at the subject, but then I realized why it's important. So why, why did you send me something about Olivia Newton, John professor kango? Yeah, so I wrote a tribute to Olivia Newton-John for American spectator. And I know we're talking about Merrick Garland today and Salman Rashid and Olivia Newton-John. But only one of the three did I have a crush on when I was a 12 year old boy. And I saw you wasn't Merrick Garland or salmon rushdie. And I think that I was representative of a lot of young boys in America around the world. She's Australian, of course. But she was really a remarkable personality. Of course, she did the movie grease in 1978, which I saw at the pioneer drive in and butler Pennsylvania when I was a 12 year old. But she was really a remarkable lady, a remarkable voice, a very charming and happy, contended person. In fact, interesting, Seth, I got an email today. I won't out the guy, but he's an executive director of a prominent foundation, and he told me he said, you know, I read your piece on Olivia Newton-John. She was the kind of girl that every young boy wanted to marry. And it was really the Olivia Newton-John of the kind of strange. I mean, everyone had that crush. I had that crossroad of the same vintage, a very fine vintage, but she wasn't even American. How weird is Apple.

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Prosecutor: US judge reneged on promise in Polanski sex case

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Prosecutor: US judge reneged on promise in Polanski sex case

"The Los Angeles district attorney has released along withheld transcript regarding the Roman Polanski case and says he remains a fugitive A transcript that's been sealed for 12 years supports claims by film director Roman Polanski that he fled the U.S. in 1978 because he didn't think he'd get a fair deal at his sentencing Polanski pled guilty to unlawful sex with the 13 year old victim in exchange for prosecutors dropping drug rape and sodomy charges In the 2010 transcript roger gunson who was once the deputy district attorney for Los Angeles testified that the judge now deceased privately told lawyers he would renege on a promise to let Polanski go free Gunson testified he was not surprised Polanski felt he could not trust the judge Polanski's lawyers have been trying to get the transcript released for years and say the judge was swayed by publicity about the case I'm Jennifer King

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Inflation Reaches 40 Year High

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | Last month

Inflation Reaches 40 Year High

"Hemmer is setting in for Brett bear last night and he came to me first on the panel and I was on the panel with Morgan Ortega is the wonderful wily Morgan to take his Josh cross our axios and you've heard Josh on the show for years. And he said to you, what about this news? I can't remember exactly what I said, but I said, look, I got out of college in 1978. So nobody under, and I'm 66. Nobody under the age of 62 really remembers what it was like to have this kind of inflation. When I got out of college in 1978, inflation was, I believe, 6 6 to 7%. Now, 7.3%. 7.6, but that's it. 7.6% in 1978. I'm doing this for memory now. 7.6% for 1978. My first year of full year working 1979, I worked for Richard Nixon, had a fixed salary and the cheapest department in San Clemente inflation went up to 11.3%. 1980, second year working for Richard Nixon, we moved to New York, the boss and the team, and inflation was 13 and a half percent. And I was living on people's couches and in dorms and in floors and wherever I could. Because I mean, you couldn't get an apartment in New York on my salary, and they were going, even in rent controlled New York. And so I went to law school because room and board was included in the cost and I could borrow that and got out of law school and I became a lawyer. I went into CRN. I said, I'm not doing this anymore. I can't live in New York. Shouldn't come in. It was fine. You can eat grilled cheeses and live on the beach. For what you're paying me. And he said, good idea. So I went. But I

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Friends Creator Marta Kaufman Is Ashamed There Were No Blacks

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:02 min | Last month

Friends Creator Marta Kaufman Is Ashamed There Were No Blacks

"About that. You see this story about the co creator of the TV sitcom Friends, she's planning to donate $4 million to an African and African American studies project because she's so embarrassed by the guilt she feels, but the white homogeneity of the characters on that sitcom and that coming of age series is didn't have enough black characters in it. This is so gross. Marta Kauffman was one of the creators of Friends. And she told people that she intends for a plan gift to fund the Mara F kauf in 1978 professorship in African and African American studies at her Alma mater, brandeis university, which is a liberal arts college in Massachusetts. She said it was initially difficult and frustrating to see Friends criticize for its lack of diverse characters in a show that ran for ten years and after premiered 94, as you know, that show earned tens and tens and tens of millions of dollars in syndication and streaming for its creators and cast Aniston Cox could draw Leblanc Perry and schwimmer. They are swimming in money forever. And after Netflix announced that it would drop the sitcom in 2019, somebody named Sal auster witz, who wrote generation friends and inside look at the show that defined the television era, said Friends occupied a central place in American pop culture. Yes, it's a sitcom, but it's also a soap opera. But after this, see, here we go. After the murder of George Floyd in 2020, that triggered so much racial justice protest across the country that the TV show Friends became a target of criticism. And many people wondered how. On Manhattan's racially diverse upper west side, the characters seemed to exist without interacting with any residents or visitors of

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Dinesh Never Thought He Would Witness Life After Roe

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Dinesh Never Thought He Would Witness Life After Roe

"I mean, I came to the United States in 1978, row was, I guess, at that point, 5 years old. It had been passed in 1973. So my entire adult lifetime in the United States role has been you may say the law of the land. It was an illicit law, and it legitimate law that never was a constitutional right to abortion. But nevertheless, there it was as a practical matter we were living under roe. And only now can we say and I didn't even think this would, this would happen, probably not even in my lifetime. Then we would be living life after row. But that is the United States today. And it is a momentous shift, something that had been almost, you may say, not only in law, but law ultimately makes its way into the culture. People have certain cultural expectations or I got pregnant. Okay, that's fine. I'll go have an abortion. That became a sort of are you going to have an abortion? This kind of question suddenly now becomes problematic. In other words, it's not that aboard the abortion that you won't be able to get an abortion in the United States. That's not the case. Some people are acting like that is the case. And I think it's kind of, it's almost amusing to have all these people in blue states, protests and places like Portland, Oregon, California, New York, D.C., people screaming. Oh, my right to an abortion. And yeah, there's almost no question that they will be allowed to have abortions in those states.

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Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978

"But now the mailroom that was right up my alley. And I worked for a guy named Grady who loved talk radio in the local talk radio station. And so I fell in love with talk radio listening to folks like Brad clay and bob queso and all these great great colorful provocative talk show hosts. This is way before talk radio exploded the way it has around the country. And I decided to try to take a tour of the radio station to see what it looked like. And I got in my beat up pale blue Volkswagen bug and drove over to Cincinnati's street over in Dayton near the university of Dayton arena. And got a tour of the radio station and I saw a memo on the bulletin board that said, we're still looking for that young talk master. That was what they called talk show host back in those rather pretentious times. And I thought, well, I can do that. I could talk. So I knocked on the program director's door and I said, I can do it. I can go on. Give me a shot. And he said, well, kid, the guy who's on the air tonight has the flu, I'm supposed to cover for him, but I don't really want you. Why don't you go on and go on air? Now I think 17 and a half years old, scared to death. And I started ranting and raving. I didn't just say I was pro life. I said, their baby killers. Fry them. I'm pro capital punishment. Fry the bait. I mean, I didn't know what I was doing. I'm yelling and ranting and raving. And they hired me. The next day, they said, you got a job. And I became a talk show host in 1978. What are we now? 40 four years later. And I'm still a big mouth on the radio, probably not much more sophisticated than those

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No Baby Formula Onboard; Can Congress Fix Shortage?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:38 min | 3 months ago

No Baby Formula Onboard; Can Congress Fix Shortage?

"There is nothing that the Democrats can do to ease the infant formula other than get the FD up to the J&J plant and open it up. And the J&J, I think it's J&J, say they're ready to go, but the FDA hasn't signed off on it. Yeah, this is going to be when this first started hitting becoming public. This huge shortage in baby formula. I said some our colleagues. I'm not sure what Congress can do besides bring attention to the situation, which obviously they are doing. But I think Nancy Pelosi was asked if the president should invoke the defense production act and she said that there would have to be changes to the law here. To allow that to happen. So I mean, listen, this is a I've been toying around with this idea in my head for the last couple of days. If you just think about how much is going south, Democrats at the moment, and some of these things are out of their control. I mean, this is a bureaucracy that has shut down a lot of the production of baby formula. Legislators, but I mean, it's just between this between the markets between interest rates, inflation, everything is just lining up very politically. What year were you born, Josh? What year were you born? 85. All right, 1978. You have no memory of 1978. I do. It's what I entered the workforce. And it's a replay only Jimmy Carter was on top of his disasters. I mean, he was actually, he recognized the disaster to the left in a disaster to the right.

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Biden's 'Ministry of Truth' and FBI Surveillance

The Trish Regan Show

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Biden's 'Ministry of Truth' and FBI Surveillance

"All right, turning to this concerning news, the office of the director of national intelligence revealed in its annual report Friday that the FBI conducted as many as 3.4 million searches of U.S. data that have been previously collected by the National Security Agency. Now already, there's pushback on the number. They're saying, you know what? This could be a little bit misleading. That's according to the administration, the Biden administration telling The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, but the actual number of searches is likely far lower and they're citing complexities in terms of counting in scoring of the foreign data versus the I should also point out that the report does not suggest the FBI searches were improper or illegal, but nonetheless, it does sound like a lot of searches, right? We'll see what the really the final number may be works out to be because as I said, there is pushback on this. The FBI should also point out can collect the data thanks to a section of the foreign intelligence surveillance act and from 1978, it actually governs some foreign intelligence gathering and enables us. Now more than half of the reported searches nearly 2 million were actually related to an investigation into a national security threat involving attempts by alleged Russian hackers to break into critical infrastructure in the United States. So that's super concerning and don't forget, it's a big part of what people are worried about right now given everything that's going on. So the search is included efforts to identify and protect potential victims of the alleged Russian hacking campaign.

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CNN Reacts to the Collapse of Joe Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 4 months ago

CNN Reacts to the Collapse of Joe Biden

"And their total collapse, CNN is also reacting to the collapse of Joe Biden. There's just a lot of collapsing happening. Joe Biden just collapsed he can't even walk upstairs, just kind of that's a theme, I think, from now to November, collapse. Is this a great theme? Cut 98. They can't believe how unpopular Joe Biden is play cut 98. You know, there was always that thing. Oh, Donald Trump has the lowest approval rating at this point in his presidency. We did it over and over and over and over again. Well, at this point in his presidency, Donald Trump's number is actually his average approval rating is one point higher than Joe Biden's, which is a 41% Donald Trump at 42%. A first term president at this point in his presidency, this is the lowest. This is the lowest for anyone who is elected to the presidency and didn't get up there through the vice presidency. This is a really, really, really bad number. Was he elected to the presidency? That's the question. CNN continues cut 99. On Biden's approval rating, Joe Biden at this point is -23 points. That is the worst on record since they started asking about economic approval. Play cut 99. And I'll just note, if you don't believe that the economy is hurting the Democrats and Joe Biden, look at the net approval rating that's approval, minus disapproval, Joe Biden, at this point, -23 points. That is the worst on record since they started asking about economic job approval ratings back in 1978 with Jimmy Carter. I don't know who this guy is, but the funniest part of the clip I know in radio and podcasting you can't tell is he's trying to cut him off the other guy, the shell. He's like, enough, got it. Stop, stop. Who are you? Stop it. And he just keeps that going. You could just see he's

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Mike Gallagher: The Sanctity of Life Matters When Debating Abortion

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Mike Gallagher: The Sanctity of Life Matters When Debating Abortion

"You know, it's funny. I've debated abortion for years. I've been at this since 1978. I remember in 1978, arguing abortion on the radio. Think about that. Think about that. 1978 was at 40, 44 years, and most of my career spent in front of a microphone. And now we're arguing and I want to be careful here because we've heard these arguments forever. But to me, there are some fundamentals that matter. The sanctity of life that matters when I go to the ballot box and I pull the lever, I want to know if I'm voting for somebody who agrees with me on the sanctity of life or believes that an 8 or 9 month baby in the womb should be ripped out of the mother's womb. And here's what the federalist Eleanor barto writes about the raw ruling, highlighting the greatest logical flaw in support for abortion for abortion to be illegal at some point before birth. You got to pick that point in time. She says, but when? With roe? The Supreme Court first took a trimester approach to when abortion should be permitted. As the ro opinion was drafted, the justices disagreed on the stage at which abortion should be regulated. In the final form, row forbade all abortion regulation in the first trimester, allowing regulation only of serving the mother's health in the second and banned prohibition in the third trimester when a mother's health was a consideration. The justice who wrote the majority opinion in roh Harry blackman, even wrote in a memo to his colleagues that rose use of trimesters was

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:04 min | 9 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"So basically you're having a gravy salad. The plate is going to mix with just all three kinds of casseroles. Yeah. Somehow the salad at my house has mayonnaise in it. I don't know. I don't eat it, obviously, because it's fucking vegetables. But there's spice yeah. Yeah. Somehow there's Mayo and there's apples. And I heard both of those and I was like, no, thank you. What's in a Waldorf salad? Anybody know that? Is that like that's what it is? And oh, that's like a pink. Yeah, is that the ambrosia thing? Yeah. I'd go for that. Anyway, what are we drinking? Well, salad. And then we're doing the inmate Prosecco, little bubbly for after the meal. Or before with the nose. Yeah, you could do Moses? Makes excellent burps. Yeah. I feel Prosecco makes a really good mimosa in my opinion. But one of the best, that's an Italian bubbly. It's fun to say. Yeah. Yeah, the Prosecco would make an excellent after Thanksgiving dinner drink because that's when you need to burp. Yeah. And it works. That would be an excellent review for one spectator. It breaks off Taylor over here. That should have been recorded. Yes. Taylor had a burp that was absolutely. It was like a low E octave burp that drew it out for two whole notes. It was amazing. I dialed 9 one on my phone. And then I almost did almost hit the one because I was concerned about the birth. But it was good. And I would do it again. It was worth it. Yeah, you could have tuning fork and tune that to your boob. But a big tuner for it. Boom. See how the army Prosecco was the final thing we're doing? Yeah, it's a really good I think the classic like Thanksgiving pairing also. It's like you finish your meal. Something refreshing, a little bit of bubble to it. And it makes that sound. Prosecco tend to run on the brute or extra dry science that tend to be a little CRISPR and refreshing. So yeah, a Prosecco is an excellent choice. If you're looking for something for after the meal, no. And I don't know. I mean, obviously, Thanksgiving is an American thing. I don't know what people celebrate overseas, but, you know, has been Turkey and bubbly wherever you are. Do they have the Swiss army bird and other types? I don't know where they even have turkeys. And that might be an American thing too, you know? But, yeah, hopefully if you guys have access to the Swiss army bird, enjoy it. Yes. Get on it. Get it. Get you a Wang. Turkey wings are underappreciated. They're big. Yeah. I like, I like the way. Yeah, I know I agree. Yeah. And that's whether they have so much utility. I like the journals because they have all the penises and the Chinese. Are you saying what are you talking about? Are you saying you also you just eat a bag of jills that come out of the Turkey? Is that what you're doing? Someone needs to forward Travis with a gymnast. Why haven't we watched the scary movie with Chris Elliott where he stuffs the Turkey?.

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"1978" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast

Scary Spirits Podcast

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast

"She finds any in bed the door. Yes and there's amy and there's judas myers headstone in the bed above her. You know of course. Zanies danny's body. I thought this was cool. Seen this is probably my favorite scene in the whole movie. Insolvable out though. No but you could see. This is where. I said you can see that. Her neck is sliced in that. I couldn't see it. I can tell. I didn't know you couldn't even see him. Hang up phone. So would he missed a whole body when texas on my tv. Actually my half price books. Dvd in the tv thought. Because i just thought it was a really cool scene because it's like a little vignette. She's laying there the headstone and i had forgotten about the headstone so to see it again. Like oh that's good. You know that was. I just thought it was a cool seen. Yes there's a reason. A headstone was missing compared life and then bob swings down the closet yes. She's backing up. And she runs into swinging. Bob much like whoever did friday the thirteenth does like three years later. It's premature perfect copy of this nationally. When what's his name swings down is what's her name is ryan away haven't done that in a while. I don't remember the names. I'm sorry and then the linen closet. I think it's a linen closet but some door opens and then we see. Pj in there too. Yeah so is she set up he. It's like he knew exactly what steps she was gonna take you know. And then she backs out of the room and she's understandably freaked out. Yes she goes out into the hall. And then michael comes out and slashes her arm with a knife kind of misses a little bit below bit. Yes knicks her and she falls down the stairs. It's like a landing and she falls off the landing and down the it's quite a tumble. It is and she hurts her leg. 'cause she's lumpy now. She's she's got her arm hurt because it slashed and her leg is hurt and she tries to get out of the house but there is a rake against the back door and can open it. Well she goes to the front door. And i couldn't figure out why she couldn't open bat i don't but but i wonder if he put obstructions at all of them don't know but there is definitely a rake the back door and she can't get it open so she breaks a window and pushes the rake aside and then runs out screaming for help. Please help me please. Somebody please god please. Somebody help me right..

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"1978" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast

Scary Spirits Podcast

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast

"So they make fun of her. That's why she doesn't have a boyfriend so lori sees michael from behind bushes as they're walking. It's just aim laurie now. Pj's already gone to her house. J from now on so okay when sap jamming linda linda. Why isn't it right. Before that. That michael myers drives by and snow. It's not just linda. It's linda van de clock. She has four names. Linda with a y. All right gone. Michael myers drives by them and anne yells at him and says speed kills and he's reaches the car to a halt does and it looks like he's going to back up buddy doesn't it was. I thought that was creepy. That's the only reason i wanted to say. You know it puts you on edge like he's going to get out of the car but he didn't yeah and then. Pj peels off two from the group to her house and lori sees michael stanton near the bushes. Up there and yeah. There's no one there so he goes to her house. Nora keeps walking and she bumps into his father. Who's the sheriff wherever the town. Apparently right that was a jump scare. They got me a little i think. He says that it's halloween. Everyone's entitled to win scare or something like that. Next lorry goes home to her house as you would. If you're going home yes when you go home from school usually end up at your house. Least that's how we did it back in the day she goes well. We trigger traders outside before she walks in and then she goes upstairs. Karen did you know that. The interior of lorries house is the interior of the house. They use for nightmare on elm street. Now i didn't recognize it now. Well it is but so. They use the outside of halloween. Just by kalinka dank use the interior of the house to film it the same house. They use for the exteriors of night l. street because they're all in the same general vicinity but the mary go there. You go kids little trivia boys and girls so it's basically all inbred housing then. I made a note. This is supposed to be illinois. But i see a few tropical plants. It's not blatantly obvious. No but if you look hard you can see palm tree way back in the distance you can see. Yes the so then. Laurie looks out her window and sees michael in the laundry line. Yeah they're all white sheets and she sees him to standing there in the laundry line clothes line yes and then the rotary phone rings.

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Cryer was in Superman for and was Lex Luthor's cousin or nephew. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, the left said about three and four the better. Yeah, all you John cryer fans take note those are later later later broadcasts. Yes. Tell you what would you rate this movie? Scale of one to ten. Well, it's no con air, but for what it was and honestly, kind of like the star power behind it. And everything, I would easily a 7, maybe even like 7 and a half. For me. Yeah. I'm extremely biased. And I think it's damn near perfect movie. So I want to say 9. I'll give it an 8.5. In my heart, it's a 9, so fuck you. I'll give it a 7.5. Yeah. I think that's fair. I think it's really, really good. Definitely rewatchable. Yeah, I'm kind of a trap. I'm biased. You know, I love that as a kid wore out the VHS. Tape that I had. So 8.5 or 9 for me. It's a great movie. I loved it. It did notch below Star Wars for me. Is Superman two better or worse than one. It gets a little bit campy. You know, it gets a little bit over the top with, you know, it's like, I only answer to the president of the United States. You know, where zod rips off as stars off of the general shoulders. Yeah. It gets a little bit hokey, you know, with some of the tumor. You know, or was it the non, you know, it's like him trying to make the laser eyes look at the laser vision, stuff, but there's some quirky bit of humor in there that don't work. But I would say that's probably still a 7 5 or 8. Well, that's the first one where they had like kind of a superhero fight in a city and they tried to, you know, it's nothing by today's standards, but they try real hard. Yeah. But it's got some of the best lines stamp, and then it's got Superman they're at the daily planet and he flies up and he's like, excuse me, general would you like to step outside? I was like, why it's so fast. I had my Superman PJ's on. Logistical question can Superman shoot is laser eyes through lead to see what's on the other side. Yes. Oh, oh, the x-ray? Yeah. I mean, if he uses his laser eyes to kill the lead to burn a hole in the burn a hole in it and then see through it. Yeah, he can burn through. What is going to do that more? Yeah, that's a big flaw. Yeah. All right. Just for another. Does he have the ultimate power set for superhero? He has the quintessential power upset. He's super strong. He's invulnerable. He can fly. That's about it. He's damn near guy. Yeah. And then everything else is just extra. You can he's got the super breath, which is either a Gail full or force wind or freezing, and then he's got laser eyes, then he's got all the super senses..

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Yeah. She gave consent. You're right. It's important. Yeah. What do we think about? We were evaluated. Criteria was Superman. What about Margot Kidder as Lois lane? What do our thoughts? Was she in all of them? She was in the four original yeah. Yeah, I thought she did great. Yeah. And so she went back and watching it because it's like, they had better chemistry than any other Superman. Yes. Which is the key to everything. I mean, your movie is shot if Superman, Lois lane don't have that chemistry with each other. This movie does fail the bechdel test. But it's nice and 78. Yeah. And that's true in different time. This movie can only handle one strong woman. Yeah. But part two, you get another strong woman in ursa. Yeah, who is more than a match for Superman? Superman. Yeah, we quickly need to do a sermon to watch as well. You should not watch before this. Superman? Superman. Exactly. Plus Terence stamp as general zod has all the best fucking lines in that for. Every time I watch it again, I'm like, I hope he wins. Yeah. He just never died. He's great because he's such a Terrence Stamp at such a theatrical theatrically trained actor that he puts that sort of strong dramatic heft to it. And Michael Shannon played the same role in men of steel. He's a great fucking actor. I love Michael Shannon. I prefer my odds terrance damp. Yeah. And yeah, it turns Tampa is a Michael Sheen's obviously a bigger burlier looks like he could he's an imposing guy. Yeah, he looks more like who somebody who could hang with Superman in a fight. As opposed to Terrence Stamp, you know, but you see the video of Michael Shannon reading the sorority letter. Yes. It's outstanding. It's so great. Yeah. From the president of the house to her members. Yeah, it's strong. Even did a great job in Man of Steel, like his acting ability and his job. Just delightful. Yeah. But still, I prefer a hat here. Yeah. Yeah, a more aristocratic. Yeah. Shakespearean, odd. Yeah. Do you prefer zod versus Superman or con versus? What's his name? Shatner. Yeah, that's one. I'm gonna go zod Superman. Yeah. I think so too. Okay. Yeah, okay. I'm gonna stick to that. But yeah, these movies fell off after part two, part three was rough, rigid prior, isn't it? Yeah. And it had some random drinking in a bar. No. And getting pissed off and there was like an evil Superman. So he did the Spider-Man three dark suit Spider-Man. Actually, yeah. Yeah. That's a great way to put it. I really wanted him to do like bizarro Superman or like brainiac and some of the other movies, but instead, three, they had some crazy lady robot. And evil Superman and Richard Pryor. Apart forehead nuclear man. Nuclear man. Destroy, Superman. Yeah, that's right. So what Taylor, what would your rating on this movie? And John, nope, shit, not John Krasinski, who played Doug. Halpert? No. He played ducky in Superman's findings. He was. God, damn it. What was the Charlie Sheen TV show with his two and a half minutes? Two and a half men. John cryer..

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"I mean, I was having this conversation this weekend about what CW has done with D.C. TV shows and how the Arrowverse and the flash verse. How all the flashes villains are other fast people. And how all of arrows villains are like other people that also shoot arrows. It's like, okay. Sure, whatever. But it was Superman. It's like he gets foiled by Lex Luthor who outsmarts them, or it's foiled by somebody who is just like a legitimate counterpart to him. You know, it's not always just him trying to punch his way out of situations. Yeah. Right. What was I going to say? I had something and I lost it. Who played Gene Hackman's Gilligan? And that baby. I'm sorry. Yeah. I loved him. Loved that. It was like great relief. Yeah. I was just like, oh, I mean, it really was. It was like Gilligan, when, I guess he messed the missile code up or whatever. And he was like, why are you? Goes back there in front of hitting them. Girlfriend takes over the car. I'm like, what in the fuck am I cheating? Has his own theme song, which is what I hear in my mind whenever I'm walking down the street. And that's funny because it's a march. So he gets a march, just like Darth Vader, but it's all played on the tuba. That's true. That's pretty crazy. I remember to say no. So Lex Luthor's plan is a little bit like the Joker in The Dark Knight where it's like he sets up two situations and basically pick a side. It's like you can't get them both, so who are you going to save? Also the Gwen Stacy is a Gwen Stacy and may. That green goblin sets up. Oh, yeah. Or is a green goblin or is it a doctor octopus and Spider-Man two, two? Yeah..

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Yeah, exactly. They don't define them. They're like, yeah, you know, some of them, but he's forgotten more of what he can do than anybody else. Yeah. But Superman returns rehashed that same exact plot. About they're not making more land and it's all about Lex Luthor trying to do another land grab. But I do appreciate that this Lex Luthor named a piece of his new territory after his girlfriend's boobs. Great little Easter egg in there, if you look at the map, it's one of the little mountain ranges is two mountains. After his girlfriend's boobs test walker. Yeah. I appreciate the Superman saved her mom. Oh, yeah. That was sweet. He kept his words. True to his words. A good deal. Yeah. Yeah, all he had to do was not die. Yeah. No. Yeah. But yeah, I thought it was great. There are tons of great fun facts about this movie, just like trivia that goes back like Christopher Reeves gained so much muscle mass because he continued to work out from start to finish this movie that he's bigger at the end of the movie than he is at the beginning. And I think that reshoots. Because he'd gained so much muscle mass. Wow. And you can kind of see it in some of the scenes. It's like he's kind of scrawny at the beginning and you're like, oh, this is Superman. He's kind of unassuming, and then you get to the end. He's like, oh, that's Superman. Buff man. Yeah. He's a big fellow. We go back and look like the George Reeves from the 50s. It's like, don't look as much like Superman. I don't think at all. You know, they're a little bit doughier. Oh yeah. And then Christopher Reeve and he's like, like you say, at the end, it's like rip. He's beefy. Yeah, he's a big old guy. Michael Keaton like fake muscles. Muscle shirt. Yeah. Here's the thing. The Superman in 1978 is such a high standard and then it just drops off start for 30 years. It drops off to Batman. Adam West atom west Batman. Which was that about this before. But what was the next Superman movie or superhero movie after the Christopher Reeves, Superman? That's tough. Yeah. I know the Wonder Woman TV show was around the back end TV show. It was around before that. Yeah. I mean, it might have been Batman 89. Yeah. I can't think of anything. There might be other comic book characters that were like, Howard the duck. Yes, I thought about that. But that's not exactly one to one. Supergirl was out there somewhere. Yes. That is true. Super with Helen's later and Peter O'Toole. Yeah, Peter O'Toole is an aide Dunaway. Yeah. Yeah, she was the villain, right? Yeah, of course she was..

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"To be slated for two. It was going to be a two part and then Richard donner got fired off halfway through of filming the second one. And I don't remember who picked up the slack, but to me. This is almost like kill Bill volume one and two. Superman one and two are essentially the same film or almost count the same. Because it seems to be like a kind of a godfather like an epic, those two films anyway. The other two were a little rough. But when you spend 40 minutes of origin story before you even get to him in the suit, it's like you leave a lot on address. Yeah. And I did I watched a interview with Christopher Reeve about how he wrote some of the dialog for Superman four. And it was about nuclear arms race and all this stuff and about what Superman would how he would factor into that. They're like, how come serran just doesn't throw all the nuclear weapons? And into the sun and then boom, you know, peace on earth and so they deal with that on there. It's still not a great film. But he wrote part of it or some of the dialog, and he was explaining that he was like, well, Superman to me is just a friend. He's somebody you can count on. He's just a friend. When you're feeling down, all that shit. And I definitely don't get that with this subsequent Superman. Like you get Brennan Ralph, who's kind of a weird stalker and Superman returns. Peeping on Lois elevator, like at her house and absente father as well. Sorry, spoiler alert. Yeah. And then you get Henry Cavill. Who is fine?.

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:21 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"You know what it is, it's great. And they've tried to subvert that with Superman, which pisses me off. Yeah. I don't understand it. I don't like it. My baby. Yeah. But yeah, you had a really faithful origin story. Superman doesn't show up until 40 minutes in and this is a long film at two and a half hours and 78 is some good shit. And you have Christopher Reeve, one of, well, not one of his first roles, but virtual unknown at the time. Yes. And when I think of Superman, I think Christopher Reeve and I love that they started out with the whole thing is a basically the comic book and they were turning the pages and you see the daily planet and all that. And the characters are so great. There's one portion of the film where Superman shows up to Lois lane's apartment. And flies onto the roof, and then takes her flying, does all that jazz. And then comes back as Clark Kent, because they're supposed to have a date. And she walks into the other room and you see him think about telling her that he's Superman. And you see that Clark kind of hunched over and timid and then he takes off the glasses and his voice changes and his posture changes. And he's like, Lois, and she's like, what, what are you gonna say? Before she can turn back around, he thinks better of it. And then you see him just that 30 seconds of time. You get to see him embody Clark Kent, and then puff up to Superman and his posture, his mannerisms, and his voice change. And I think that's one of my favorite parts of the film. Yeah. What'd you guys think? Oh yeah, I loved it. And I kind of the same way, I never saw it from start to finish. I've always seen it like in bits and pieces, but I have seen the whole thing. I've never seen Rand two to be honest or three, but I returns was 2005? Yeah. Mid decade. But for watching it and it's a whole entirety. It's really solid film. Again, I wasn't really into those films when I was a young kid. I didn't really watch a whole lot of movies real early on. But you were saying like, they spent the money and it shows. Yeah, of course, things are a little dated, but I was like, man, for what they had to deal with at the time, I was like, pretty cool. They really did. The acting I thought was great. I actually liked rando and then like, you know, and just I haven't seen it probably in a decade. Not from TV. But all the little things just Christopher Reeves, I was like killed it in this role. And I'll be honest, I don't think I've seen him in anything else. I've never seen the movie he did. And just seen him be like, man, this guy might have been the perfect Superman. He was built for it. Yeah, exactly. Man, he just fucking kills it. The whole storyline, I thought, I forgot how comedic it was in a lot of areas. And I was just, I like Gene Hackman a lot in it. I don't know why I was kind of like, it was kind of one of my favorites. I was like, man, I like this guy. I was like, I'm kind of rooting for him a little bit. He's very creative. It was a great film. I did like to some of the quirky comedies was kind of interesting, but I will.

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"So take that as you will. And he and Gene Hackman had top billing on this movie. Christopher loved it. Yeah, he was unknown. And he was barely supporting actor. Yeah. So, it's interesting. Christopher, it wasn't unknown quantity. He was a product of Juilliard, which is for those who don't know is a fancy elite school for theater in New York. He was classmates with Robin Williams, and they were they became lifelong buddies as a result of that. Big extensive search for Superman casting of and a lot of big name people were entertained. I believe John Travolta was on the short list. Burt Reynolds? Shit. Sylvester Stallone wanted to be in the movie, but actually got blocked by Marlon Brando because they hate each other. Oh, interesting. Yeah, I did not know that. You knew about fortress as though it dude is a crystal to everything. Dustin Hoffman would have been an interesting choice. He was also considered. Which is weird because he does not fit the physical mold of Superman at least what I picture. Because Dustin Hoffman is about 5 foot 5. So I mean, I guess technically Hugh Jackman doesn't fit the physical appearance of Wolverine. Michael Keaton doesn't fit the appearance Batman. So who knows? Maybe he doesn't often would have done the best ever. Yeah. But that's kind of like the 90s when Nick cage was. I was going to say Nic cage as Superman in the death Superman. I believe he was cast. He was cast but never made the movie. That would have been fascinating to actually just talk about that. And everything. Test footage and the suit. Great. Tim Burton. Yeah. Then maybe I don't know. I would have been down for that just to see it happen. Well, hell yeah. Yeah. It'd be a lot of big name people. There was a big, long list of people who consider Lex Luthor as well. A lot of famous character actors were put out there to be Lex Luthor. They selected Gene Hackman, who had already won Academy Award at this point. He refused to shave his head for the part. He also refused to shave his mustache..

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:19 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"I've been had, you got me box one. Got me. So that's what we're doing right now. So it's gonna be a great time to see how this goes because we're just pouring doesn't matter. Actually, yeah, this one is a delicious box one. So it's an easy drink and I mean, great. This is a good summertime wine. You know? So that's why I love wines from Spain and Portugal. You know, they're just they're meant to be enjoyed, you know, table wines. Oh yeah, good stuff. Yep. And yeah, this was 20 bucks, so when you think about this $5 a bottle for a pretty good wine. Can't beat that with a stick. So Superman, 1978. Was the most expensive movie ever made at the time of its release? If you adjust to inflation, how does that hold up? Still a pretty high up there. I think those birth of a nation. Maybe there are in a movie called intolerance. I both about the same director. Controversial director. DW Griffin. Really expensive. Yeah. I mean, it was like this was back in silent movie days. Those came in the millions gone with the winds, budget was in the millions. I don't know what that translates as. There was a movie called Cleopatra that came out in 1963 with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. That cost. I think $40 million 63. Damn. It was crazy. It was a four hour movie about Cleopatra. It was rough. I watched that on AMC. It was tough to get through. It's that flop, right? I think it broke even because Liza Taylor was like the biggest star in the world at the time. On marriage number three. Yeah, it was a big controversy because I think she left marriage number three for Richard Burton, who became marriage number four, and I think marriage number 5 because they got divorced and then remarried. I think, so big controversy, I think that helped the process. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know how they count that. She was married to I think 7 different people. It's a dirty two. Yeah, that one. Yeah. Birdie too. That's romantic. So that one costs 40 million at the time of its release, supposedly, at that time it was definitely the most expensive film ever made. And I know in modern budget partly with that still translates into hundreds of millions of dollars in modern money. It was so expensive, so over the top with budget. So what was the budget on Superman 1978? 55 million. 55. Yeah. It's toasty. Yeah. Respect. Yeah..

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"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"1978" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back to cinema. Oh yeah, one more button. But it was probably somebody. That was me. So we got Taylor trav, Sean. Travis. And are you sure about that? Maybe. So we're going to talk about Superman tonight. The OG, the original Superman, 1978. First, big budget comic book movie ever made. So it should be interesting. This is Travis's pick? Yes. And so welcome. Yeah. This was a lot of fun to go back and watch. Because my wife, Joe had never seen it. When we got together, there was a long list of movies that she had not seen. And this was on the list of stuff she'd never seen Star Wars. Indiana Jones, like tons of stuff. This is a movie I think of when I think of Travis. Yeah. Yeah. It's a movie I think of when I think of trav, if that makes no sense. And Kentucky fried movie. Yes. Yeah. Like high school girls in trouble? Yeah. That's all I think about them. So I actually selected this wine for trav. This is the Navarre Spanish box wine. This is a red. It is lovely, actually. And I mean, I'm a box wine connoisseur. He's an aficionado. He yeah, that was a sound Travis drinking threw straw out of a jar. With a handle. Yeah, he's Pinterest friendly tonight. So Travis was a pioneer for box wines. So he'd been drinking box ones for years before they even got big. Back in the day, they were both franzia. They were just a big old Friends of bladder. What was that in Boone's farm? And yeah. It was fun. Coming to box? No. But it was, you know, I would just drink it straight out of the bottle. It was delicious. Because you were green. Yeah. And you just pour some in to your route 44 limeade from sonic. You can just go about your day. Yeah, got something sweeter than you. Travis's birthday when you're definitely got him a case of blew Hawaii Boone's farm. That's right. Yeah. And I just recently had it again. And he just got rid of type two diabetes. After I have cold cases. Blue Hawaii age is really well. Yeah..

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Daniel Craig Is Appointed An Honorary Commander By The Royal Navy

Top 5 Comics Podcast

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Daniel Craig Is Appointed An Honorary Commander By The Royal Navy

"Daniel craig the actor who plays gene who has played Fifteen years now of the same rank in the royal british navy as his onstream double seven counterpart commander really the royal navy gave him an official rank in the royal british navy. I was kind of cool. Yeah no really. I don't know how anyone saying. Have them right. I mean i'll give honorary but still that's

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Greenland Island Is World's Northernmost Island

BBC Newsday

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Greenland Island Is World's Northernmost Island

"In the architects say they've inadvertently discovered the world's most Northern Ireland. The Danish and Swiss team revealed that they thought was that they were in a different place until they checked their position and found they were on a previously undiscovered 30 square meter agglomeration of mud and rock. Mike Sanders has more details. The scientists flew by helicopter to what they thought was Kodak Island to collect samples, no great excitement there. That tiny outcrop has been known about since 1978 but when they checked their position with the Danish official in charge of registering Arctic islands There were 800 M further north. Team leader Martin Rush of the University of Copenhagen said they were standing on land closer to the North Pole than anyone had been on before. The team suggests calling it attack Havana like meaning the northernmost island in Greenlandic, an

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"1978" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"1978" Discussed on Kickass News

"He could find henry and tommy walked into the building. Robert mcmahon was working that night and they spotted him nearby. If anyone asked henry tommy who they were they would say they were passengers. Who were looking for their luggage. And mcmahon would pretend you didn't know them but if trouble came up mcmahon would be there to make sure henry and tommy getaway henry and tommy walked to the strongroom. They made sure no one was looking then. Henry inserted the key and gently casually turned it and the door opened inside. There were seven stacks of money. Henry grabbed all of them stuff them into his suitcase and walked out as if nothing had happened. He and tommy strode out of the building as easily as they had arrived. According to henry mcmahon thought they were leaving empty-handed henry suitcase must have weighed a ton with all that money in it but he was so excited he carried it as though he were floating. That was april eight. Nine thousand nine hundred sixty seven sure enough. No one from air. France other than inside man. Robert mcmahon knew about the robbery for three more days. The newspapers ran their. I reports on wednesday april twelfth. And when they did all of new york city new that four hundred twenty thousand dollars had disappeared from. Jfk airport adjusted for inflation. That's almost three point. Four million dollars today the f. b. i. jumped on the case but the investigation was pointless. Almost immediately. nearly a quarter of the money had gone to the crime. Bosses already sixty thousand dollars to paul vario since he ran protection for the robert's lounge gang and sixty thousand to a capo for the rival colombo crime family. According to henry it was insurance in the complicated network of territories the lucchese family and its associates could rob trucks and storage rooms. But the colombo's ran the airport itself. So paying off colombo. Captain kept everybody happy henry. Jimmy took some of the money and partied in las vegas and restarted an illegal betting operation and opened a lounge of his own. He called it the sweet it started as a legitimate business but then quickly became an emporium for stolen goods. The air france robbery was an impressive early victory for the gang. But there were hard times ahead and the money wouldn't last after some trouble in florida. The gang would have to make fast money and they would turn their sights to.

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"1978" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"1978" Discussed on Kickass News

"From black barrel media. This is infamous america. I'm your host. Chris wimmer and this season were telling a six part story about one of the biggest robberies in us history. The nineteen seventy eight. Lufthansa heights this is episode one. The robert's.

Dolly Parton Poses in Playboy Outfit for Husband’s Birthday

Donna and Steve

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Dolly Parton Poses in Playboy Outfit for Husband’s Birthday

"In a Playboy Bunny outfit for her husband's Um, so she presented her husband, Carl, who we never see with a memorial. I'm sorry, not a memorial birthday present a memorable birthday present by recreating the iconic 1978 Playboy cover picture that she was a part of it The time she did an original photo shoot in. 78 became the first country singer to pose for the magazine. So she didn't show too much because it wasn't about Nudity. It was really about promoting her brand, and so I think we have a little audio of her talking about it on instagram. Today is July. 20 is my husband Carl's birthday and you're probably wondering why I'm dressed like this one is for my husband's birthday. Remember sometime back I said I was going to pose on the Playboy magazine 75. Well, I'm 75. They don't have a magazine anymore. My husband always loved the original cover. Fire. Oy. So I was trying to think of something to do to make him happy. He still thinks I'm hot chick every 37 years and I'm not gonna try to talk him out of that. And I hope he agreed. What do you think, anyway? What I did for his birthday? I did a little photo shoot in just all outfit, and, uh, I had a cover made. Of the new Dolly, the old new darling, and in the first one say, Remember this. I was kind of a little butter ball in that one about extreme cheese. Now he'll probably think I'm cream cheese. I hope

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'Deliverance'' and 'Network' Star Ned Beatty Dies at 83

Understanding Your World

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

'Deliverance'' and 'Network' Star Ned Beatty Dies at 83

"Actor Ned Beatty is dead. He passed away today of natural causes at his home at the age of 83. Baby got a big start to his career in the 1972 classic deliverance before going on to rolls, a network and the 1978 version of Superman. Some of his numerous other film credits include Charlie Wilson's War, All the President's Men and the Voice of Lots of the Bear in Toy Story. Three.

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Jack Hanna, beloved animal expert, stepping away because of dementia

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Jack Hanna, beloved animal expert, stepping away because of dementia

"From dementia is now leaving public life. His daughter, Suzanne and Julie, say their father's condition has gone downhill quickly over the past few months. And of the director of the Columbus Zoo from 1978 to 1992. He personally is credited with helping boost attendance by huge numbers over the years and teaching a lot of kids about the joy of animals. All right. 7 26 some growing pressure on the U. S now to boycott

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Saints’ Alvin Kamara blasts 17-game schedule

Atlanta's Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Saints’ Alvin Kamara blasts 17-game schedule

"NFL owners are expected to vote this week to expand the schedule to 17 games for the upcoming season. Not everyone is pleased, however, as New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and several others voiced their displeasure on Twitter. The league has had a 16 game regular seasons. Since 1978. What about Madison says, While the longer schedule would mean more profits, players worry that Leedham or

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NFL to officially expand regular season to 17 games

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

NFL to officially expand regular season to 17 games

"And, according to an ESPN report, the NFL will expand its regular season schedule to 17 games. The season has been 16 games since 1978. So another another chance for the Bears to lose. Why not? Wait a minute? Oh, sorry. That's it a lot. I was just taking it in my head. Sorry inside voice. Andy didn't mean I didn't mean to come right out and say that, but Yes, it will be another game. So Of course, you know, the NFL is so concerned about player safety that they're going to add another game right, so there will be a 17 games. So you know the season. This now is played in 17 weeks because only 16 games goes to get off week by week. So I'm not exactly sure what that would mean for the bye week and they would extract it out to 18 weeks now because they're going to play 17 games, but this is expected to happen sometime this

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"1978" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"1978" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Mental is to have met Jamie Lee and then Donald. M It. I met John Carpenter. Little Funny Story Lead John Carpenter. Run freakshow, horror, film, Festival and The lifetime achievement award. Soy Madam and I was like. I was so nervous to. Sad that. I mean. This guy. Is, a big influence and I've seen all his films I love his work. And here I am him the opportunity to actually meet my idol? So I was I was a blubbering idiot, okay? Oh, I'm sure I'm sure. Yeah but. The thing about John Carpenter when he at you. You don't know what he's thinking. He looks at you like you're. I duNNo. Okay, so I was already like nervous to meet him, and then he when he looks at you. It's like okay. What do you? What do you want me? do or would you looking at me for? That type of So. But, anyway he wasn't when I met him. He wasn't feeling too well. He's having some problems and we won't get into that, but. Okay you know so we we He was late for a plane, and so we gave him the lifetime achievement award, but he had to leave right away, so he didn't make a long speech. So My, Actually meeting was really short. But he. I don't know. I mean he's a really nice. Gentlemen. Don't get me wrong, but I just I think it was me because I was a blabbering idiot. Okay. Okay, I love your movies. Is Wrong with this I know. He's a so go. That's kind of how I was. When I met the cast of night, some of the cast, I was just an officer. He gets it all the time, but yeah. Oh, yeah I was like Oh my God. I can't believe it. Same thing if Steven Spielberg I do the same thing, but assure Brian Palmer. was. For Guy, but too he's I. Know I know I know. So as you got to meet him. So it was it was awesome, so. Very cool. Yeah I mean the film. Bright off the bat with the opening with the long. Take in the steady. Really kind of. Grabs you and you're like what the Hell and I am I. Don't know the the. Yeah the score. Scores just huge. It's not like in each. Acting for now. and. Let me tell you nineteen seventy eight. You know that came out. He had films like you know Friday thirteenth. So I mean the slasher movies were just coming into fruition there. And Halloween came out, and so when it first came out, it wasn't like received well. didn't get a large. Audience, but like word of mouth started growing I remember. I didn't see it right when it came out. I saw later on like early eighties. Because, there was talking about it. and. I'm like I WANNA. See this movie, Baba. It's a slasher movie, intimacy or Blah Blah Blah. And then. Film love it. Just. Like the! Fact that you know a lot of times you know. A lot of people think the more Gore than more scarier you know, fulfil ms, or the you know the more graphic instance. That's not the case. It's just not the case. You know I'm more about mystery and suspense and you know just the way it's shot and the story and just you know the way you're setting up. A. Suspense and even the ending. You know it's kind of like. I don't know. Maybe, even unbelievable ending, but I just love after he you know unloads his. Four Magnum into him, and he's He. He's fallen. He falls off the balcony and then the thing is about. You know his character. He knew what he was dealing with and. He I. He was not surprised when he looked out and saw that it was gone. No. I think in that one of the documentaries I watched. You know there was like three or many ways he could've 'cause. They do a final shot on him. They state they show Michael's gone. and. He said I could have played it like all right I knew this was going to happen. I have played it like on surprise. You know I'm surprised that this happened that he's not there. You know or I think there was a couple of other things that. Jimmy Lee Curtis goes. Is that the Boogeyman? Where was that the Boogeyman? As a matter. Is I love that? I know I do, too. There's one scene in the film. It's like. Every time I watch a film that always gets me. when she's when she wa- runs. Trying to run in trying to get into the house and the doors locked and she's calling all. Yeah, the kid like open up the door. Is. In Michael's come across the street. He's not running. Just graze. He just walking. Fairly fast paced, but he's. He's moving I know. The way. Everything's lit and he's he you know he is he in the light, and then it goes into the dark, and cutting back and forth, and you know little kids like doesn't know that there's any danger. Is. Seen. I I like when she's on the balcony. And then they bring up the little blue light, and that it comes up the lights up his mask. This mask Oh. Yeah, that's wonderful. Yeah, and a lot. If you listen to the score, the score complements the scenes or vice versa. However, you WANNA look at it, but here that the. You know the little things they do on the score. It'd be like like a slip pausing his little belly winding. No Yeah. Oh. Yeah Yeah. It's just the scores brilliant I mean that's just. It's compliments the movie so well, and it just drives at an ad so much to it as we've talked about how scores can do that. And, then of course, the one.

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"1978" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"1978" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Have met Jamie Lee and then Donald. M It. I met John Carpenter. Little Funny Story Lead John Carpenter. Run freakshow, horror, film, Festival and The lifetime achievement award. Soy Madam and I was like. I was so nervous to. Sad that. I mean. This guy. Is, a big influence and I've seen all his films I love his work. And here I am him the opportunity to actually meet my idol? So I was I was a blubbering idiot, okay? Oh, I'm sure I'm sure. Yeah but. The thing about John Carpenter when he at you. You don't know what he's thinking. He looks at you like you're. I duNNo. Okay, so I was already like nervous to meet him, and then he when he looks at you. It's like okay. What do you? What do you want me? do or would you looking at me for? That type of So. But, anyway he wasn't when I met him. He wasn't feeling too well. He's having some problems and we won't get into that, but. Okay you know so we we He was late for a plane, and so we gave him the lifetime achievement award, but he had to leave right away, so he didn't make a long speech. So My, Actually meeting was really short. But he. I don't know. I mean he's a really nice. Gentlemen. Don't get me wrong, but I just I think it was me because I was a blabbering idiot. Okay. Okay, I love your movies. Is Wrong with this I know. He's a so go. That's kind of how I was. When I met the cast of night, some of the cast, I was just an officer. He gets it all the time, but yeah. Oh, yeah I was like Oh my God. I can't believe it. Same thing if Steven Spielberg I do the same thing, but assure Brian Palmer. was. For Guy, but too he's I. Know I know I know. So as you got to meet him. So it was it was awesome, so. Very cool. Yeah I mean the film. Bright off the bat with the opening with the long. Take in the steady. Really kind of. Grabs you and you're like what the Hell and I am I. Don't know the the. Yeah the score. Scores just huge. It's not like in each. Acting for now. and. Let me tell you nineteen seventy eight. You know that came out. He had films like you know Friday thirteenth. So I mean the slasher movies were just coming into fruition there. And Halloween came out, and so when it first came out, it wasn't like received well. didn't get a large. Audience, but like word of mouth started growing I remember. I didn't see it right when it came out. I saw later on like early eighties. Because, there was talking about it. and. I'm like I WANNA. See this movie, Baba. It's a slasher movie, intimacy or Blah Blah Blah. And then. Film love it. Just. Like the! Fact that you know a lot of times you know. A lot of people think the more Gore than more scarier you know, fulfil ms, or the you know the more graphic instance. That's not the case. It's just not the case. You know I'm more about mystery and suspense and you know just the way it's shot and the story and just you know the way you're setting up. A. Suspense and even the ending. You know it's kind of like. I don't know. Maybe, even unbelievable ending, but I just love after he you know unloads his. Four Magnum into him, and he's He. He's fallen. He falls off the balcony and then the thing is about. You know his character. He knew what he was dealing with and. He I. He was not surprised when he looked out and saw that it was gone. No. I think in that one of the documentaries I watched. You know there was like three or many ways he could've 'cause. They do a final shot on him. They state they show Michael's gone. and. He said I could have played it like all right I knew this was going to happen. I have played it like on surprise. You know I'm surprised that this happened that he's not there. You know or I think there was a couple of other things that. Jimmy Lee Curtis goes. Is that the Boogeyman? Where was that the Boogeyman? As a matter. Is I love that? I know I do, too. There's one scene in the film. It's like. Every time I watch a film that always gets me. when she's when she wa- runs. Trying to run in trying to get into the house and the doors locked and she's calling all. Yeah, the kid like open up the door. Is. In Michael's come across the street. He's not running. Just graze. He just walking. Fairly fast paced, but he's. He's moving I know. The way. Everything's lit and he's he you know he is he in the light, and then it goes into the dark, and cutting back and forth, and you know little kids like doesn't know that there's any danger. Is. Seen. I I like when she's on the balcony. And then they bring up the little blue light, and that it comes up the lights up his mask. This mask Oh. Yeah, that's wonderful. Yeah, and a lot. If you listen to the score, the score complements the scenes or vice versa. However, you WANNA look at it, but here that the. You know the little things they do on the score. It'd be like like a slip pausing his little belly winding. No Yeah. Oh. Yeah Yeah. It's just the scores brilliant I mean that's just. It's compliments the movie so well, and it just drives at an ad so much to it as we've talked about how scores can do that. And, then of course, the one.

John Carpenter lifetime achievement award Michael Gore Jamie Lee Steven Spielberg officer Guy Jimmy Lee Curtis Donald Brian Palmer.