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Dinesh Addresses the Latest Fact-Check of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 4 d ago

Dinesh Addresses the Latest Fact-Check of '2000 Mules'

"The latest fact check on 2000 mules, this is a funny one. It's written by a guy named will Nevin. Assistant professor and program coordinator for communications media. This is actually ironic because we're going to examine his ability to communicate, which let's just say is not superior. But why should it be? He's after all, at Alabama, a and M university. Now, I guess that's where you go after you graduate from night school, Alabama, a and M university, you're a come. I've heard of Texas a and M everyone has, but Alabama and I'm really anyway, every university does have to hire professors and I guess they found this guy somewhere. So he claims the quote experts have thoroughly debunked the claims of 2000 meals blah blah blah. That's just the news world recycled boilerplate. And then he goes, but even though it's been debunked, there's an interesting moment. And he goes, yeah, it doesn't mean the film is without some interesting moments or rather an interesting moment. He finds only one moment in the film that interests him, and what is that? Well, it's a scene involving what in the movie is called dog guy. Now let's imagine the scene here, and I'm just quoting from the movie here. We see a guy with a dog and Catherine engelbrecht says he's got the ballots under his arm, now he's got the rest he pulled out of the bag. You can see all this going on. So clearly something fishy and corrupt is going on. You've got a guy with a backpack of ballots who's pulling them out and stuffing into the box. And then Phillips then says, and he's going to get his camera ready to take the pictures as he puts them in there, and if you consider the brazenness of this, it's in the middle of the day. Now, the professor, this is will Nevin weighs in to say, the film claims without evidence that the procedure for mules included taking pictures of ballots in order to be paid excluding more reasonable explanations like, say, people sharing pictures of their participation in democracy on social

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Dinesh Answers Some Important Questions About Voter Fraud

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | Last week

Dinesh Answers Some Important Questions About Voter Fraud

"To our first question. Hey, Dan, so two quick questions. The first one you said Republicans did pretty well in 2020. But it was Trump that lost. So my question is, you know, if those were illegal ballots, you know, why do you think Republicans did well? I mean, why not go all out and just make them all, you know, Democrat ballots, and then just make it more sweeping. So that's kind of a question I have is why only Trump and, you know, people would vote for Republicans, otherwise. Secondly, regarding those two women that are those two people, I think they're women that were arrested in Yuma, Arizona. They're arrested for trafficking, so it looks like upon reading it, they just collected them illegally and deposited them in a drop box. I don't think there was anything that alluded to multiple drop boxes, you know, 20, 30, 40 a night, or anything like that. So so far, it's great that they were caught, but not about nothing about multiple dropboxes. So again, that the volume of fraud doesn't appear to be there. At least in those two cases, thank you. Yeah, these are both really good questions and already of a higher caliber than some of the so called fact check issues that are raised that I've been answering on the podcast. Let me deal with them one by one. On the issue of the Don ballots, we raise it in the movie. In fact, I myself say that it is an argument against fraud that Trump lost by down ballot Republicans did pretty well. And so that is put out there for people to recognize in act one in the very opening minutes of the movie. Now, sometimes when you have a theory, you're able to sort of go back and apply it to puzzles that were there at the beginning and it immediately resolves them. But at other times you have a theory that doesn't speak to the issue. And I think this is a case where the argument of 2000 meals or the evidence of 2000 meals doesn't really resolve how that anomaly occurred. And here's what I mean. It is possible that the altered ballots or the fraudulent ballots were voted democratic all the way down. They weren't just votes for Biden, but they were votes straight down the ticket for Democrats. And so even though there was fraud to that degree, the degree of the cheating shown in the movie in Trump's case, the fraud was enough to defeat Trump, so Trump lost Georgia. But the fraud was not enough to change the down ballot outcome. So some other Republicans in places like Arizona, Georgia, still did pretty well. And obviously

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CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems

"I have in front of me a report that is issued by seisa. Now sisa is the cybersecurity infrastructure. I guess security agency. It's an official agency of the U.S. government. I believe comes under the Department of Homeland Security and it's supposed to oversee the security of the elections. And this report is very remarkable. It's been largely misrepresented in the media. And for example, I'm looking at a headline of a CNN article, federal review says dominion software flaws haven't been exploited in elections. Now this is a flat out misrepresentation of this article. This article says two things and what CNN does is it takes the minor thing and makes it into the headline because then you'll begin to see really why CNN is running scared. It's running scared because of what this advisory is about. The adviser, the advisory is titled, vulnerabilities affecting dominion voting systems. We are report was released on June 3rd and what it basically says is that these machines can be manipulated. I mean, that's the big news here. It's the big news because we have been told for close to two years that they can't be. And in fact, the people who have been saying that they can be. Now, I was not one of them. I have not talked about this issue and moreover, it's not an issue in 2000 meals. We decided to just focus on one type of fraud and zoom into that. Partly because it was, we thought it was a provable and B sufficient. And it avoided the need to be kind of a referee or arbiter of many other claims, some of which we thought would be very difficult and time consuming and hard to verify and would take us down pats we didn't really want to

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Is the Writing on the Wall for the Housing Market?

The Trish Regan Show

02:23 min | Last week

Is the Writing on the Wall for the Housing Market?

"We are looking at some of the data that has come in and it's amazing. I mean, home crisis, for example. They are shooting higher and higher and higher. You look at this right now, we're up upwards of 407,407 $1600. That's the median existing home price for the month of May. It's up nearly 15%. Technically 14.8% from just a year ago. I mean, this is a record in this data. You're going to go all the way back to 1999. Not to scare anybody because we know that 1999 going into 2000 had some real escalation in home prices which continue, of course, all the way through 2007 and to the challenging time of 2008. But we've seen this massive increase and you have to you have to question whether or not that's truly sustainable. In light of higher and higher mortgage rates, mortgage rates now in a 30 year fixed while above 5%. So we've seen this huge jump in interest rates and one can't help but assume that maybe the housing market is sort of topping topping itself off here. You look at previously home owned homes and the sales of those, they declined 3.4% in the month of May from the prior month. And so you're starting to see this deceleration in home sales. Yet prices because perhaps inventories are still pretty thin, prices are still high. So it's kind of an interesting phenomenon that I do not think can continue. And some people might say, well, that's good, right? That's good because you want this inflation to back off. So if housing prices were to come down, that's actually probably a healthy thing. I do believe that. I mean, I think you can't sustain 15% increases in housing valuations over a long period of time. I mean, it's totally not. It used to be that your home was sort of supposed to keep pace with inflation. And I think that's a helpful way to think about it. You know, your home is not necessarily an investment at your home. You hope that you can keep pace with inflation and maybe get out a little in the end, but it's still your home. And when you start treating your home as we saw, right? In the early 2000s, as an investment, then you start to get into some trickier territory.

The Problem With Bill Barr's Criticism of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:49 min | Last week

The Problem With Bill Barr's Criticism of '2000 Mules'

"Bill Barr made his criticism of 2000 mules, he talked about the fact that he didn't see election fraud right after the election and he hadn't seen anything new subsequently that have changed his mind, including 2000 mules. And my thought was, well, I'm going to give him a pass on November of 2020 or December of 2020. He didn't see fraud because at that time there wasn't convincing evidence of fraud. But I am going to robot him on 2000 meals. So in other words, I'm going to blame him for now, but I'm not going to blame him for them. And his argument about now was downright silly. It was basically that, you know, and this is the kind of thing you'd expect from an ignoramus. Someone who didn't know anything, someone who was not the top law enforcement officer, to say something like this. Well, in Atlanta, you got tens of thousands of people milling around driving by walking by going past dropboxes. How can you possibly identify people at the drop boxes? And this has all the intellectual coherence of me saying. On January 6th, 2021, you attends a thousands of people walking around biking, Uber, cabs, runners going past the capitol. How can you possibly identify the January 6th defendants? How can you possibly put in their charging documents? So this guy was 8 feet, or approximately 8 feet outside the front door, and this guy was ten feet inside the door. How can you do that? So clearly this is just ignorance talking. But what about before? And Debbie reminded me, she reminded me that, well, maybe Bill Barr hadn't seen fraud before, but he was offered the opportunity to investigate it and he shot it

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Dinesh Examines Bill Barr's Jan. 6 Committee Testimony

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:34 min | Last week

Dinesh Examines Bill Barr's Jan. 6 Committee Testimony

"I have a commented before on Bill Barr chuckling and goth falling about 2000 mules and talking about the unreliability of geo tracking and I don't want to revisit that here. What I hadn't discussed was some further comments that Bill Maher made a little further down in his presentation to the January 6th committee, and I want to read them and comment upon them now. Bill Barr says the other thing, the other thing that people don't understand is that it's not clear that even if you can show harvesting. Harvesting. That this changes the or the results of the election. The courts are not going to throw out votes and then figure out what votes for harvested and throw them out. You'd still, the burden on the challenging party to show that illegal votes were cast votes were the result of undue influence or bribes, or there was really, you know, the person was non compos mentis. But absent that evidence I just didn't see courts throwing out votes anyway. So what's bar saying here? He's saying, look, maybe the vote harvesting is illegal. But who knows who the votes were cast for? And who knows if these were legal or illegal ballots in the first place? And unless you how you can independently prove where the ballots came from and what kind of way they were obtained, courts are not going to throw them out. So my first point is, fair enough, and there is a way to prove those things. In other words, if you go talk to the mules and you arrest the mules, they're going to then fess up and tell you that they got the ballots from the nonprofit organizations. And then if you raid the nonprofit organizations and bring them under scrutiny, they're going to tell you, we got the ballots of these ballots at nursing homes. We got some ballots at housing complexes where we had the residents sign and we had the ballots then sent not to them, but to us we felt them out. So in other words, there are plenty of ways. Law enforcement does this all the time. They know something is amiss. There is a logical path for them to investigate. They do investigate. So what's remarkable is you have somebody who was the chief law enforcement officer who should know that there's a pathway to answering his own questions. And yet he acts like, well, we're not going to take the first step because we're going to rely on Catherine engelbrecht Greg Phillips and dinesh d'souza to produce all the evidence.

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'2000 Mules' Changed the Minds of the Texas GOP

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | Last week

'2000 Mules' Changed the Minds of the Texas GOP

"A 2000 meals continues to have its effect on the on our elected officials. And it does that slowly. Would have done it faster if this were if we were Democrats and this was the Democratic Party. They'd all be all over it. But with the Republicans, things move a little more slowly. So there was a woman that in activists who came up to us and said that she'd be willing to hand deliver copies of the DVD to every congressional office. So we were like, great. We provided her with the DVDs. They've been hand delivered. And the good thing about this is that you can now contact your congressman on congresswoman and say, hey, have you watched 2000 meals, we know that a DVD was delivered to your office. So somebody on your staff hasn't. And there's really no excuse. This is a film that's having a lot of discussion. It's a film that shows things that are very relevant to your own future and your party's future. So sit down with your team and watch it and make up your own your own mind. Now, the film was screened at the Texas Republican convention this past weekend, where was it honey in Houston? It was in Houston. And also there was a booth that was selling a DVDs. In fact, they ordered a thousand DVDs so the DVDs were flying. People were grabbing copies of it and there was great enthusiasm and really when people see the film it settles the issue. I mean, all this, all this, let's call it Philip a bumper Y, which is basically bogus ridiculous objections of these cab drivers going by the drop boxes, you know, all this kind of nonsense Filip bump, but you know what, vote trafficking is merely helping people to vote. So the Texas GOP watches the film and they're like, we get the picture. And so I'm not going to read from the resolution that was passed. By the largest GOP in the country. I'm just reading it as straight news. We reject the certified results of the 2020 presidential election, and we hold it acting president. Acting president, I love that. You know, when someone is appointed temporarily to a job, he's the acting CEO of Oracle. And until we find a real one. And acting president Joseph robinette Biden junior was not legitimately elected by the people of the United States.

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We Have No Long-Term Data on Cross-Hormone Therapy With Dr. Jay Greene

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

We Have No Long-Term Data on Cross-Hormone Therapy With Dr. Jay Greene

"Let's actually talk about the reality author of this seminal work from the heritage foundation on puberty blockers cross sex hormones and youth suicide. He's a senior research fellow at Jay green Jay. Two observations if I make number one, it is shocking that any new medical procedure doesn't become commonplace or applied in large numbers. Unless there have been years, if not decades of trials of tests of small batch, Guinea pigs, if you will, we have none of that. Am I right in saying we have no long-term data on the consequences of cross hormone therapy or chemical castration on children, do we? We don't. I mean, this use of these drugs is an off label use of drugs that were approved by the FDA for other purposes long time ago. Right. And so there's never been a random assignment experiment that would be necessary for FDA approval for this use of these drugs. So we have no rigorous science to prove that these drugs are in fact safe and effective for this use. And we also have no long-term evidence of any kind because this use of these drugs is incredibly novel. It didn't really exist in the United States before 2000.

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 Warren Buffett's final charity lunch draws record $19M bid

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Warren Buffett's final charity lunch draws record $19M bid

"Warren Buffett's final charity lunch draws a record $19 million bid The anonymous person who won the private lunch at a steakhouse in New York City will get to bring up to 7 guests The meal with the Berkshire Hathaway CEO benefits the San Francisco based charity glide which helps homeless people and those in poverty Buffett has raised $53 million since the auction began in 2000 his first wife who died used to volunteer there This year's event with the 91 year old billionaire will be the first one since the pandemic began and break the previous record of $4.5 million

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What to Expect on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

What to Expect on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

"Terrific show this Sunday 8 p.m. Eastern Time on life liberty and Levin I think you're going to be very What should I say intrigued by my opening statement Two guess great guests Degan McDowell who I've never met before she really is a firebrand on the economy And representative Victoria spartz who is the only elected Ukrainian in the House of Representatives and she was a legal migrant here 2000 became a U.S. citizen in 2006 And 15 years later she is serving in the House of Representatives so we will talk with the two of them And it's fascinating I think you're going to love it I really do If you can't watch live I hope you will You know DVR the program

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Democrats' NEW Dropbox Scheme to Undermine Arizona Elections

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats' NEW Dropbox Scheme to Undermine Arizona Elections

"Really important to share with you what's happening in Arizona and this has national implications. I'm going to read the tweet from the Maricopa County Republican Party. Maricopa County recorder's office told me that there would be one or two Dropbox as the Maricopa County Republican Party said. In the primary election. And yet newly published lists, there are 16. Sure, 15 are in government buildings and not open 24 hours a day. Voter can drop off ballots and vote centers. We don't need these. Why are there still drop boxes after what we have learned? With us to help unpack this is the Arizona expert himself who runs turning point pack and turning point action in the family of turning point efforts, Tyler, welcome back to the program. Charlie, it's crazy what we're up against Bill, even after 2000 mules of what we're seeing with so called Republicans just not understanding what we're up against. And it's just a wild situation that we're in right now because this guy's name is Stephen Richard. He is the recorder for Maricopa County, which is the chief elections official for Maricopa County, which is the fourth largest county in America. Is still implementing drop boxes in the excuse that the left and establishment Republicans are going to be like, well, we've always done this and that's the point. Now what we know is what happened, what's been unveiled in 2000 mules that they're going after people. They're literally going after people in Arizona right now. And they're still trying to implement and actually aggressively add more drop boxes in certain counties. And it's just total insanity. But

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A Coalition of Election Skeptics Aims to Take Control of US Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

A Coalition of Election Skeptics Aims to Take Control of US Elections

"There's a very alarmed article in the leftist so called fact checking website called pointer. Not a trustworthy site, by the way. But nevertheless, a coalition of stop the steel Republicans aims to take control of elections. Now, what they're talking about here is that there are a bunch of elections skeptics that's my term. Election skeptics. These are people who are open minded, who recognize the things went wrong in 2020, who aren't buying the most secure election in history nonsense. And you know what? This is actually something very interesting they've decided, let's run for office. Let's run for governor. Let's run for Secretary of State. Let's run for attorney general. So this is a very refreshing counter to the kind of Soros campaign to put money and sort of get through financial leverage, get all these leftists into these positions so that they then control the election process. Notice there's no mention of leftist manipulation of the election process. The only worried about stop the Steelers running and in the article, they mentioned the following people, they include Pennsylvania, gubernatorial candidate Doug master Rihanna, who already won his primary, Michigan's Christina caramel, who also got the nod from a state Republican Party to be the Secretary of State nominee and then Mark fincham, who was raised a bunch of money to be Arizona's next Secretary of State that could have added Carrie Lake, who's the leading candidate for the Republican nomination for governor. I think quite honestly that all this freak out by pointer is a very good thing because what it really shows you is that Republicans and conservatives aren't just watching 2000 meals and going well, things are really bad. We now hope that somebody else will step forward and fix them. No, we all have to step forward and do our own

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Heat Stress Blamed for Thousands of Cattle Deaths in Kansas

The Officer Tatum Show

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Heat Stress Blamed for Thousands of Cattle Deaths in Kansas

"Now, there's a couple of things that confuse me about what's going on in America and how things are being handled. I know you guys have seen or at least heard reports in Kansas how there was reports of 10,000 cattle that passed away due to a heat wave. Now, official reports say there's about 2000 of them that were confirmed because the ranchers are the individuals who had the cattle. It would call them ranchers, that they needed the cows to be disposed of I don't even know what it's called the organization that manages that. They counted at least 2000 cattle who have died, but they believe it's about 10,000. Now, I don't know if there's any ranchers that are listening to my podcast. Anybody that have a farm, it just doesn't seem right that 10,000 cattle would die, almost around the same time. I mean, they're perceiving that it happened overnight that these cattle would die just from a heat wave.

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Dinesh Is Finishing Up the BOOK for '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Is Finishing Up the BOOK for '2000 Mules'

"I'm in the throes of finishing the book 2000 meals that goes with the movie. Now typically in the past with Hillary's America, death of a nation, I've released the book and the movie at the same time, they kind of go concurrently and in some ways the book promotes the movie, the movie promotes the book. But in this case, I was going to do that, but I decided to accelerate our team just kind of came together, and we said, let's just get this movie done. So the movie kind of outran the book. Now, books and movies are two different things. You can do things in a book that you can't do in a movie. You can have levels of detail and documentation, you can put in stuff that doesn't really work in the movie because it's not visual, a movie is really a visual event. But a book is a little bit more like a legal brief. And this book has come together beautifully. I'm really happy with it. I'm going to have actually a photo section in the book, Debbie and I kind of call these photos and I've been writing the captions for them. So you can pre order the book on Amazon now. It's just called 2000 meals, same title as the movie it's coming out in late August. And but the movie continues to have really good traction. And more people are kind of weighing in on it. I'd like to comment on two. Well, a word first about Bill Barr, because I went back and listened to his comments. And the first thing that struck me was a guy was kept talking about photographs because I'm looking for photographs of the same mule at multiple locations. And I thought to myself, nobody who saw the movie would say that because the movie doesn't have any photographs, it has videos. Surveillance video. And so it was Barr simply making a verbal mistake by referring to photographs. I don't think so. I think it really shows that he hasn't seen the movie. He's read some of the fact checks and that's probably all he's read. And then he's probably read the letter from the GBI, the Georgia bureau of investigation, but let's remember that that letter is deeply the product of Georgia

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Caller: Jan. 6 Hearings Are a Character Assassination of Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Jan. 6 Hearings Are a Character Assassination of Trump

"Yeah, I don't agree that they're going to indict. I think that this is a character assassination on Trump. And if they do indict them, then it opens the door for the Trump team to do discovery. Right. And get a lot of real evidence, which would educate the American people in spite of the mainstream media's attempt to hide the evidence. You know, you know, you know, dinesh d'souza did this movie 2000 mules. The documentary about ballot harvesting and the mules shoving ballots into boxes and all that in the middle of the night. Dinesh kept chain and he said it a million times. He wishes they'd call him before the committee because he'd play the movie. Absolutely. You know? It would give Trump a public stage to actually show that whether it would have changed the outcome of the election or not is irrelevant at this point. It would have showed that there was mass election fraud. It would have shown that it would allow him to show the FBI's involvement in January 6th as well as the Justice Department as well as certain members of Congress and what they knew prior to January 6th. None of that, none of them want any of that information exposed.

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Liz Cheney Claims '2000 Mules' Has Been 'Debunked'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Liz Cheney Claims '2000 Mules' Has Been 'Debunked'

"I saw a clip from Liz Cheney yesterday, basically saying that 2000 mules had been debunked. Here is Liz Cheney saying that. And this, Donald Trump now, quote, clings to more fantastical theories. Such as dinesh d'souza's debunked 2000 mules. Even as recounts in Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin confirm Trump lost. No. This is a very odd way to operate. You've got people who merely assert things. And then, of course, I look on social media. Man, Liz Cheney really obliterated dinesh. How'd she obliterate me by just dating? First of all, what does Liz Cheney know about any of this? Has she even seen the movie? But I somehow just this kind of solemn proclamation film has been debunked. And of course, presumably if she was going to produce any sort of documents on this, they'll be like a footnote with AB fact check, fill the bump of The Washington Post, political fact. And so I thought it'd be worth going into this a little bit because I want to review some of the main lines of the so called debunking. Just to show how shallow they are. I don't even have to show a shallow day. I just have to show that this, that this is very debatable material. This is something that needs to be engaged. You can not merely pontificate about it. It needs to be argued out. And this is really something that's not happening. It's not happening really anywhere. I mean, it's not happening on Fox News. A Fox News isn't a really weird position. They're like, let's not talk about 2000 meals. Oh, but we're now covering the hearing. So we now have to cover Bill Barr disputing 2000 mules because we have to go to cover and lose Cheney with her Liz Cheney's not gonna laugh. She never laughs. Very solemn. There's been debunked. And yet foxes then has to stop there because, you know, can mention 2000 meals. You know, even though dinesh has been a regular, can't have him on to answer these critiques because we've declared as a quote news network that this is like not to be

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Texas AG Ken Paxton Reacts to Bill Barr's January 6 Testimony

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Texas AG Ken Paxton Reacts to Bill Barr's January 6 Testimony

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome back to the podcast Ken Paxton, the attorney general of Texas, Ken great to see you again. You're looking good and hey, let's talk a little bit about elections. Did you happen to catch attorney general Barr yesterday? He was talking generally about voter fraud, but he specifically also talked about 2000 mules. Any response or thoughts about Barr's testimony? You know, I didn't get to hear very much of it because I was traveling, but the part I heard, he was pretty much discounting that there had been any election fraud in correct me if I'm wrong. I couldn't have disagreed more given the fact that my state was involved in so many lawsuits related to them trying to use mail in ballots like they did in other states and you'll notice in 2000 mules Texas wasn't in the show because we were able to we were able to win 12 lawsuits to stop it from happening here in

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A Detailed Refutation of Bill Barr Who Slandered '2000  Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

A Detailed Refutation of Bill Barr Who Slandered '2000 Mules'

"I want to focus in on some remarks that were made, well, vote by Bill Barr and then separately by Liz Cheney on 2000 meals. I'll get to Liz Cheney a little bit later, but I want to start here with Barr and here is just a glimpse of what Barr had to say. The election was not stolen by fraud. And I haven't seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that. Including the 2000 mules movie. So I want to begin with the kind of fat guy laughing. It was kind of detached from the rest of his comments. And it was, there were two elements to it. It was a contemptuous laugh on the one hand, and also a sycophantic nervous laugh on the other hand. I've watched it a couple of times just to kind of gauge what bar is really up to. And as I was thinking about bars kind of laughing, it reminded me of these really fat kids in my school in India. And I noticed that they were always like, and I think to myself, why are these rotund kids? 7 years old or 9 years old, so good natured. They occurred to me while it's really two reasons for it. One is they can't fight. But the others they can't run. So as a result, it's like good nature. And this is bar. He's a very strange character. If I try to think of him, he reminds me kind of of the stereotypical small town sheriff. You know, the kind of overweight kind of immobile guy who can't really move around. A rank and competence, you know, you have the whole town is being robbed under his watch, and then when he's asked like, how did it happen, sheriff? You know, there were fats I was like, I don't robbed what? I think it was a robbery going on. So this is bar. The unseriousness of his approach really a little bit startling to

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"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks, I'm still in Palm Beach. Leaving soon, but I wanted to record this just to say, first of all, in case we don't catch you over the weekend. Happy Mother's Day to all you wonderful mothers out there. God bless you. I got to tell you Alban, you know, as you know this weekend, Salem radio has been very good to us. And they are the ones that have produced save the media has produced a number of films. The dinesh d'souza film, which I hope everyone will see Saturday May 7th is the virtual premiere, okay? You've got to go to 2000 mules dot com. I will be involved in that. I'm flying to Las Vegas, but it's vital that America knows what happened. I'm telling you, when you see it, you'll get it. If you're skeptical, when you see it, you'll say, okay, I get it. I didn't understand how they did it. You will understand and you'll tell your Friends because America needs to know. Salem now dot com also we have the film whose children are they. Another vitally, but there's so many important things right now that it gets a little dizzying. But whose children are they is a film that explains really what we're fighting is cultural Marxism. This is communism. It's come to America and they're starting to say, hey, we want to take your children away from you. The kind of thing that you wouldn't dream about a few decades ago, they want to take your children away from you. They want to indoctrinate them. They want to confuse them about what gender they are. They want to offer them mastectomies and hormone replacement. I mean, the kind of stuff out of a dystopian novel, out of a nightmare novel, whose children are they is the film that deals with it, the election fraud, the film is 2000 mules, go to 2000 mules, dot com. But you know Alvin, we said this. As a result of where we are in the nation, they're crazy things happening beyond the nation because strong arm dictators and thugs and troublemakers tyrants like, oh, I don't know, Vladimir Putin have been emboldened to attack Ukraine, for example. So there are 11 thousand refugees suffering, having to leave their homes in Ukraine. We have partnered with Christian solidarity international. We beg you to join us in partnering with them in helping the refugees. They didn't ask for this, folks. They didn't ask for this. They're just living their lives in Ukraine. This happens as a result of American weakness, projected weakness. As a result of this administration emboldening Putin, who's waited forever to do this. He's been waiting and waiting, and now he saw his opportunity, so people are suffering. Our job is to help those people. These are Ukrainian refugees. So I want to ask you to go to metaxas talk dot com talk dot com. If you go to my taxes, talk dot com. You will see the banner and we ask you to do what you can now, but I know there's a phone number, maybe you have, I've got the phone number. It's 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two. That's 888-253-3522 please be generous, folks. You know what? I'm going to read the phone number. It's 8 8 8. Two 5 three three 5 two two. Amy, how'd you get that? 253-352-2888, two, 5, three, three, 5, two, two, because we need everybody to participate. It doesn't matter what you can give. I always say that. $280 is what we're asking. If you can do more, thank you. If you can't do that, do what you can. But when we do a campaign, you know, we partner with CSI or just a handful of folks that we trust totally, that they're going to do a good job. So please go to metaxas talk dot com. Click on the Ukraine banner or dial the number. But we need your help, folks bluntly. We need your help. 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 228-882-5335 two two and once again, if we don't see over the weekend, happy Mother's.

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"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"O 5 7 or MyPillow dot com. You just go, Derek. Hey there folks. You want to talk about crazy success in business. When the ink 5000 announces year after year that your company is one of the fastest growing companies in America, the 37th fastest growing in retail probably means you know how to grow a company. You guys, meaning the Talbot group, Pete and Seth, talbott, you were on that list three times? Yeah, we made it three times in a row. In a row. Yeah. Okay, so I would say maybe you know something about business. You know what's so excited, exciting about that fact, though. I remember our first spend with that particular company. Was just we were excited to get 20, 30 people to come to the website every day to buy our product. And over the 8 years, that we were involved. To jump that to 20,000, a day, actually more than 20,000 a day. But that was a process that as we've talked about on another edition here on your program, Eric. That involved a lot of science, a lot of testing, adjusting, and reading. It didn't just happen over not a one hit wonder. The principles of how to succeed in business. With actually trying. Well, the team that when you're getting ten a day and then it goes to a hundred a day and then a thousand a day or whatever, your system's processes, the marketing, the strategy, all changed dramatically from that. It wasn't, it wasn't the same idea, same execution, same strategy from one to the next. It was an evolving strategy. I remember early on, we were working on ad copy and I would even say for the first couple of years, our ad copy missed the mark because we were using primarily radio only and radio is harder to test. And we had to we did it strategically, but we were honing in and it took time. So we found some level of success, and then we would test. And then we would test. But it took us 18 months, probably, to narrow it because I remember you coming in my office and you'd have your stacks of sheets like this and maybe going through ads. And those completely changed by the last season. I mean, it was a completely different approach because we realized what the customers cared about was different than what we thought they cared about. And it took us a while to test that. And not only are the lessons different, we start to realize like, man, I remember, the product was so expensive to make. And it was so hard to bring to market. We've talked about this before. It was very, very, very, very challenging. It took a while to just real quickly. When we first started, we failed. We were failing. And he comes to me, and he said, dad, I think we had like $70,000 with the product in the warehouse. And he said, dad, you got to sell it because in time, it'll expire. And we got to sell it. Go burn the price. On one of our radio shows that I produced, we burned the price. Cut the price in half. And because we did that and we were still measuring like maniacs, we started getting these testimonials that were coming in that were so freaky. They sounded, in fact, most of our testimonials, tens of thousands now. We can't even use because they sound so dramatic, they sounded so dramatic. And so legally, people. Oh, you can't say that. People true, but you can't say that people say, but it was that process of test. Adjust, retest, over and over and over again. That's what we've learned again. The science of marketing you've got to define the problem, test it carefully, and it doesn't take a ton of money. That's one of the biggest things, isn't it? Well, the other thing too, it doesn't take a ton of money, but it also your systems have to be prepared for it. And our systems. We really struggled during different seasons to keep up with it. All of a sudden we would try something and all of a sudden you're getting a 100%.

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"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. Private was young. Okay, we're back. Alvin, so I know I've got to tell you the rest of the story. So we watched the film. Of course, when the film's over, you know, if you're in the film, like you're a rockstar. This is like my moment, you know, where people are coming up to me and it's just, it's just crazy, but it was, there was something very gratifying that this film is made. People who don't believe the election was stolen, are going to see the film, and they're going to say, okay, I get it. Now I get it. Now, what are we going to do? Now who's going to investigate this? There were so many people in that room who could be involved in investigating this. It's very, it's exciting to think that not only are we going to win back the House and Senate, but we're going to have the ability to find out what happened. So it really is dramatic. I want to say that so at this point now, we're saying hello to tons of people, my ride says, okay, we're ready to go. And I'm thinking, I don't want to go. This is like a dream. I'm just floating around here. Talking to all these people that I don't get to talk to. So of course, Mike lindell says, you want to write, I'll give you a ride home. Now the funny thing is, Mike lindell stays at Mar-a-Lago. So if he's giving us a ride home, he's going out of his way, but that's the kind of guy he is. He's the nicest guy. You could hope to meet. And by the way, we should remind our audiences, go to my pillow dot com, go to my store, dot com and buy whatever you can buy and use the code Eric. Yeah, by the way, that's the code that Mike himself uses is Eric. Eric, Eric. We should mention the code. Eric. So, but it was so crazy. So he says he'll drive us home, right? And of course, when he says that, I'm thinking, you'll never going to get Mike lindell out of the room. Like, I think I want to hang out there. He's going to hang out. He's going to talk to anybody and everyone, because there was just so many wonderful people to talk to. I spoke to Rudy Giuliani and his son Andrew, and I believe Rudy is going to be coming to the mayor Giuliani is going to be coming to the Socrates in the city event on May 31st. That's our event with Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie duke, who walked on the moon, loves Jesus. I'm going to interview him on May 31st Socrates in the city. If anybody wants to come to New York and stay overnight, we have limited rooms available at the union league club gorgeous rooms, good prices. We'll make those available if you email us, but you better do all this soon. We still have early bird tickets for the main event, those won't last forever. The VIP early bird has already sold out. We have tickets at the dinner, a donor. I don't know if I said this yesterday. A donor made some $500 tickets available at the dinner. There are a $1000 a person, but a donor, a patron of Socrates gave us some money so that we have a handful of tickets to the dinner for $500 if you're interested jump on that because those are the only ones that we can offer at $500. We're going to lose money on this, believe me, right? So Mike lindell,.

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"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

10:32 min | 2 months ago

"2000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks, welcome back, Alvin. Now I'm gonna tell you what happened in Mar-a-Lago last night. Okay, this is it. This is what we've all been waiting for. No, this is madness. It's funny, I find it all very funny. I'm gonna post the photos on the newsletter. So you have to, I can't post them all on Instagram and Twitter, some of them. But when you go to my, well, if you're not signed up for the newsletter, you won't see it. But you have to go to Eric my taxes dot com sign up for the newsletter. So where do I begin? We are in Palm Beach. So we're not Florida people. We're New York people. It's humid here. That's kind of the headline. It's humid. It's hot. So yesterday, we get all dressed up, Suzanne, by the way, looked so lovely. I, of course, I love my wife and I thank God for my wife, but last night, she got so many comments on her dress, women saying, that's the most beautiful dress I've ever seen. That's the most. So of course, she was thrilled about that. And I will put the picture of us. Mike lindell insisted, this is the kind of guy he is. He insisted on taking a picture of us. We were kind of like we're tired. He insisted on taking a picture of us just before we went home in one of the beautiful rooms at Mar-a-Lago. So I'm going to post the picture. The official picture of Suzanne and me at Mar-a-Lago. Last night. But I talk about the humidity, okay? So I'm wearing a tuxedo, obviously. And we go over there. We get in a car with our buddy Phil boys driving and with Larry elder. And with. I'm trying to think who came with us. Oh, Dennis, Dennis prager was with us. And Larry elder. And so we're all driving the other Salem gang is driving there. Well, it's a Salem produced film. So yeah. Film 2000 meals. We're going to this, yeah, to be clear, we're going to Mar-a-Lago for the premiere of 2000 mules. We knew the president would be there and so on and so forth. So we get there and you walk out and so there's this big pool. This is like something out of a film, frankly, right? Mar-a-Lago is heavenly beautiful. I didn't get to see the whole thing. I don't even know it was so big. But it's like the breakers are one of these places. It's like it's a big deal. So I walk out. The sun hits you like a punch in the head. It was like you're wearing a tuxedo and the sun was so hot. The humidity was so bad that suddenly you're thinking, where do I go? Meanwhile, in the middle of like sudden onset perspiration, you are everywhere you look, are people that are friends that you have met, people that you want to meet. So it was, it was just crazy. So many friends, pastor Greg Locke, from Juliet, Tennessee. He's been on the program. He's going to have me speak at his church. We bumped into him. We bumped into, I can't even tell you. Obviously, Charlie Kirk was there, Laura Logan was there. Dave Rubin was there. But everywhere you look, Jenna Ellis was there with her dad looking lovely. My friend Shawn Voight was there and Sean Foyt yesterday I said to him, like, you know, I'm always trying to think of insults for my Friends. I realized like, Sean, you know, you look like dog the bounty hunter. I finally figured it out. So I'm not going to let that go. He does. Yeah, like a skinny skinny. Yes, the handsome. Well, his lovely wife, Kate, is there. They were high school sweethearts. I mean, just everywhere you went, you're bumping into people that are just, you know, Patrick Byrne was there. The epic news, The Epoch Times, was there on the red carpet, they interviewed me, the folks of OAN were there. I have the business cards here. Everybody give me their business cards, but it was kind of amazing. The comedian, you know, Terrence Williams? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hilarious. He was there, actually, look at this. I got the cards right here. I should just tell you have the whole list. Yes, some people know about, of course, herring was there. And but it just went on and on and on, these incredible people. Some of whom it will take too much to explain, but they're running for office in Arizona. I'm glad I'm glad the Babylon bee was there to go. Carrie Lake, who is going to be running for Arizona governor or is running for Arizona governor. She was there. So many people were there. I mean, it was just, it was staggering. So then finally, after you're kind of wrung out from this experience of, you know, tons and tons of people and whatever standing in the sun, then they usher you into a really fancy room to await the arrival of the president, Donald Trump, to get a photo with him. So now, of course, we're hanging out with dinesh d'souza, we're hanging out with Danielle. Jesus, she was the sort of the host last night on the stage introducing the president and all this kind of stuff. Wow. I got to meet Marjorie Taylor Greene. I'm a wonderful conversation with her and I got pictures with her. And I said, hey, we were just talking about you on my program today with my friend John Meera. So I got to talk to her about that. But it was a Blake masters. I forget what he's running for. But all of these really extraordinary folks. And then finally, it comes time the president's showing up. So the president shows up, he schmoozing everybody. He was born for this. And so finally, we get our photo all of the Salem radio hosts get our photo with the president. Yeah. You tweeted that. That's a great photo, by the way. Sebastian gorka was there. And but no, you don't get individual photos with the president. You get the whole team. With the president, we were not getting individual photos with the president because it's just so much going on. So Sebastian gorka was with us. But when I went up to the president, he says to me, like this is I'm making it up. He says, I can't stop watching your show. What? And I'm thinking, what do you mean, what show? And I realized thanks to Mike lyndell, this show is on Frank speech. Every day, an hour in the middle of the afternoon, every day, what does president Trump watch? He watches this show. I mean, it doesn't seem conceivable to me, but he literally says to me, I can't stop watching his show. I'm asking myself, why am I watching this show? He said that. I'm asking myself, why am I watching this show? I keep watching it. You know, when somebody like Donald Trump says that to you. It's hard for me, frankly, to process that he might be watching the show. Of course, it's very gratifying to me. But of course, he couldn't have been more gracious. So I just, you know, took the bull by the horns and handed my camera to a Secret Service guy to get a photo with the president. And I got a beautiful photo with the president. I put it on Twitter. I think I put it on Instagram. The connection was not very good. So a lot of these photos I didn't get to send out. But it was just amazing, frankly. So when that's all over, they then usher you into the ballroom where they're going to have the premiere, this is a ballroom. There were 500 people in seats. And this is now we're going to watch the premiere. But first, we're going to hear from dinesh, then we're going to hear from the people that he used to make the film. Then we're going to hear from the president of the United States. And this is true. I don't know why. I literally got the best seat in the House. I was seated in the front row on the, there was an island in the middle, okay? I was in the first seat, Suzanne was next to me. My seat was better than Donald Trump's seat and better than Julia. I don't understand why. But we were literally in the front row. And finally, the president shows up and gives a speech. And I just want to tell you, it was, I mean, as I said, there were 5, 600 people there. It was an amazing speech. He is just extremely sharp, his jokes, his observations, it was, it was just amazing. It was really impressive and thrilling. And you understand why he was elected. This is a guy who understands he just understands the way the world works and what needs to be done. But his speech was extraordinary. And then I was astonished because I'd seen the film already, and I don't really want to see the whole thing again. I thought, let me walk to the back of the room, clear my head, you know, send out some of these pictures because the Internet was not great where I was seated. So I go, I'm ready to go to the back of the room. And the president sits down in the front row to watch the film. Now he's already seen the film, but he watched the whole film with the crowd yesterday, sitting next to Rudy Giuliani, sitting next to dinesh and Debbie de Souza and I just, you know, I was amazed. So I went to the back of the room. I watched the film for the back of the room. I'm talking to my friends in the back of the room. And obviously, every time I'm on the screen, which is quite a bit, even though I don't have tons of to say, but I just, I just couldn't believe that the president is here. He's watching this film. It was at the whole thing.

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"2000" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

09:09 min | 10 months ago

"2000" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"2000 and eight Beijing. Um Was again. Every roller coaster where they were going to be in or or not remember being in From your in Sheffield. Just as we were at trials. We've had a phone call earlier to save the thought you got the testing sorted. And it was looking like it was going to all going to be okay and then We're in the room in Sheffield when we got the phone call to say now. It's um It's not to be. That was when you would right at your peak, 2000 and eight You'd have gone to Beijing and, you know Flowered. So we're about to have a zoom meeting with somebody that Was the president of the I. P. C, which is the International Paralympic Committee at the time the scandal when they put this plan in place. Did they think about how they tarnished us all with the same Bush. And not just the tutus. My name is Dr Bob Steadward. I was the founding president of the International Paralympic Committee from 1989 until 2000 and one were contracted with the situation. Where we felt that we were taken advantage of. And so we had no option at the time after reviewing the classification forms discussing everything. That we had to end up expelling the international Federation from the International Paralympic Committee. There were a number of people, athletes and cultures who weren't all that excited. Having mentally handicapped athletes in our games to begin with, and then all of a sudden they get the opportunity to be there in a significant way. And we were put in a very embarrassing situation. I think that concerned perhaps does not exist today, but Did whether we like it or not. The common sought by a number of athletes were saying, You know, I have a tough enough time. Adapting. In the world today with attitudes and barriers and and inclusion and accessibility because I have a obvious physical disability because I use crutches or made a wheelchair or what have you And so many people perceive because they know no different because of ignorance. They also perceive that I may also have a mental handicap, and they just We're concerned about that and didn't want that to be reinforced if we include athletes with a mental disability in the Paralympic Games. Rightly or wrongly. That was the concern at the time. Certainly you know, we were criticized in 2000 when when we had the problem that we did you know that you know, some people said Well, we told you so. Do you think it was fair on like athletes like me that were expelled from the Paralympic Games for nine years for other people cheating? Oh, I mean, it's It's very unfortunate that that, uh, that Quote unquote legitimate athletes. Are adversely affected and you were in the wrong place at the wrong time. And no athletes coming after you are now going to be in a much better situation to be proud of competing in a fair, legitimate environment. Yeah, I appreciate that. But you talked a little bit before about people with intellectual impairment athletes being in the games and people being Jewish of it or effectively. What happens is you put people in and then people get used to it. And then you took them out so As as an athlete. We then got more. Dirty looks more push down because, as you said, it's your Paralympic Games, not everybody's Paralympic Games. It was your Paralympic Games. Yes, Yes, well, you know, it's It's very interesting Comments, Danna. I'm not a very patient person. I wanted to get it done yesterday. But I also had to respect that. I'm dealing with 200 countries in the world with different languages, different cultures. Different needs different wants different abilities, and therefore it's not always that easy. To get that mountain moved yesterday. I just have one last question to you. You spoke before about You asked all the athlete, but with us coming in, we might be taken space or the line or whatever away from these other athletes. You're asking like your enemy, basically and then They're obviously going to be saying now, aren't they? Yeah. Yeah, That's I mean you. I mean, you do have have a good point there and one of the things that That the Paralympic movement for their games as always. Having a difficulty with Is the size of the games. We could only have so many events so many sports. So now besides the classification, put that aside. They're looking very strictly at the number of countries and regions of the world and world championships, etcetera, you have to earn your way. Mhm. I'm about to meet with somebody over assume that I think we'll have a different perspective on all of this. The reason I think this is because I've known her for, uh, approximately 17 18 years. She had known me since I was a kid. Really? Actually, she got Myself and Simon may have been the producer of this chatting and got the ball rolling. We've getting me, um, introduced to presenting Hello. How are you doing, Dan? I'm all right. How are you? I'm all right. Thank you. I'm all right. Well, this is interesting to me being interviewed by you today. I know. I know. Yes, I suppose we should really crack on and get going with this. So if you can please introduce yourself Well, my name is Tracy McKellen and I'm, chief executive of the UK Sports Association for People with learning disability. Place you came in as Secretary general, allying us in 2000. Just after the Sydney scandal, so how to deal with the aftermath, she still has a role of the International Federation now called Vert is today. Thomas Reineke from the Ypc investigations within totals that they found that Spain weren't the only problem. He said. There were problems with the eligibility of intellectual impairment athletes all around the world. Do you accept that? They cannot, in all good conscience say that it was widespread. What happened with the Spain team did not happen with other countries. There were some administrative issues without a doubt. I would accept that. I would accept that some countries were learning how to implement the system. But even if I did accept what you've said to me about Thomas Reiner came, he's he's the sessions. But I don't accept them is how the eyepiece managed it. And the band that they put in place. He said There were questions about more than half of the intellectual impairment athletes in Sydney. And that there was may be seen as an easy way to win medals for their country. You know again, I think it's a real shame that he sees it like that, because you know you're an athlete, You know that It's not any competition is an easy way to win medals for the country, and I think it's disrespectful to the athletes that were there to actually say that. Obviously, I know the impact had on my career. But what did you see in terms of a wider effects on the band?.

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"2000" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"2000" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"And once again technical difficulties. Strike the podcast. Welcome to the podcast. this happened. This happened last week to the podcast. This this episode. we're going to talk about. We're gonna finish the nineties. We're gonna finish our from ninety six to two thousand and without further do let me bring on my co host the The guy that had front row tickets to every show of the lilith fair my buddy exactly calabrese until fair stopped at the gate. Of course guys work. Of course i didn't paint back then so different crowd running with a different crowd now Running with those crazy painters ready to do a good show. Yeah absolutely. I'm excited little last thing. Very very epilepsy. Yeah yeah youtube. Glad we answered the phone anyways. Although i gotta tell you before we get into it tough tough. Stretch ninety six to two thousand tough stretch. There was some interesting things that went on You know what let. Let's start off with the top i'm gonna just. I did the top twenty one albums of nineteen ninety six. But i'm not gonna read them all. I'll start off with the score by the fujii's came out nine hundred ninety six huge album for them huge album. Yeah killing me softly. That was the emergence of lauren. Hill is a superstar miss hill utterly back came out right all eyes on me by two pack. Now this is it anemia. A nema nema by tool. I never could pronounce that name. I nema eight you can. Im egg right. Yeah yeah an ema sublime. Debut album came out nine hundred ninety six at jay z. Came out reasonable doubt. Let me see weezer with pinkerton outcast at a at a big album with eighty eight marilyn manson anti christ superstar. I always liked marilyn. Manson you like. Do you like So i i've actually seen marilyn manson a couple of times and i actually saw sign on the anti christ superstar tour which was a very controversial at as you know what it was. It was kind of a cool thing. You know back then to be part of something that was that controversial that it was so controversial that it was almost in a weird way historic so does mark. He definitely he was kind of the madonna of metal right. He knew how to stir it up. He knew listening. Yeah and you know there. There are some of his songs. That i that i really liked. The you know freak show and even the beautiful people. I think is great glass. It's it's amazing you know. Now there's some of the stuff like the cover. The of the arrhythmic songs rooms was not not my favorite quite like i could see where he was going with it for sure. That's a great video man. Yeah let's marilyn manson video sweet dreams. It's a great video for all the maybe for all the people that that had you know growing up they were they were kind of picked on or what for whatever not fitting in. It's kind of a revenge video right now. They walk into the party and just do takes by the face. It just gives them the frontal anyways so evil empire rage against the machine. Great album all their albums. I posted something the other day name band that has that has never done a bad album. Some people said the beatles i think. Yellow submarine is questionable. It's kinda thrown together. It's a soundtrack on track. I'm not sure that you can even count that. Yeah that's why. I said i'm not. I don't sit and gasoline but in this kind of on the fence on it. You know it's like you said you. listen to. I listened to it. I went back and listen to us. But to your point. I mean there. There aren't many bands out there that have gone through their career with without a clunker rage against machine. Never put out a bat album. I don't scott no. I don't think they did. I don't think they put out a bad album some people. I don't think there are some people that didn't get their arms around peasants right. That's actually my favorite zeppelin album. What what i was gonna say is i don. I don't think that makes it a bad record. You know it's just it's just different. I think one of the reasons why presidents holds up is. It's one of those records that didn't get overplayed so as a result of that kind of had some staying power so we just got interrupted by scott. The it guy. He's finally here you know he's finally watching the show. Yeah yeah you know this guy's best podcast on you porn. Not this is a guilt visit from him. Put his notice in today. Oh we're gonna not not with this podcast. Though now. he'll be here forever. This is going to be our our connection. This is it buddy or only connection. We'll we'll talk after the. Let's let's scott. I'm gonna do something. I don't want freakout. I'm not gonna i'm gonna pick up my guitar but i'm not going to touch it. Thank you for the audience for the people listening. Jags excellent guitar player. Just not during the podcast. I love jack's guitar playing. We've actually done that. We have these parties. I've gone on stage with them and we did up hanging in it was it was a hit and but podcast that you know what you and i with the guitar. It's kind of leaking into the the marriage thing you know how many times deb. And i had a conversation where i've wandered off and just started playing chords. She's like where the hell are you right now. We put that fucking thing downs. Just pay attention to me so let me see what else did we. What else came Fiona apple came title. I thought she and i think that yes. She god best new artist. Maybe that's no artists. Yeah what what a talent she isn't. She's very very underrated ric loose. You can't find a recluse. She even went on tour like a couple of years ago before they even even her later stuff like her. Last record was really good like she puts out quality stuff. Because i mean when you're a great singer you are great singer right and it's not like acting band So she she put that out. Let me see what else. Oh well we. We spoke on this boat. Six episodes ago New adventures in hi fi rem nah. Let's see i won't do it. We're gonna play a sound effect.

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"2000" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"2000" Discussed on Z104

"2000 and was like yes, R Kelly has STDs STDs right? More than one. Okay, multiple, multiple and tone R. Kelly. You should Use protection and tell Yes. Then he says R Kelly would fly him the doctor right to wish concert because he would not wear underwear with leather pants and he would have a flare up and the doctor would have to put Some sort of crazy. How much money are you making your head? We're going to go Do that. Get brain. Oh, my God. He would diligence He would go to dinners and concerts. No, no with him and his wife and they would go like he basically R. Kelly would basically fly this guy to the Grammys or whatever. But listen, I don't care who you are. I am not Putting cream cream on anybody's based on because I am I just I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. So he said he would tell her Kelly, you can't like this guy is saying this how loud he goes, I would tell Mr Kelly to please wear underwear when he was leather pants because you're Area brought rights shaping right and then R. Kelly would like literally say, Hey, I'm going to book you a first class flight. He said that he had to order so much of the blue pill, which was about contracts that he knew the Walgreens phone number by heart. Okay, it Where's the trash Can? This is? Wow, So that and yeah, There's other stories like the now they're bringing up girls. It says that they were 15 years old and they had to wear like Girl Scout uniforms and boy. I mean, if you want surviving R. Kelly, you're seeing a lot of that stuff. I'm just mind blowing first off. This dude knew he had STDs didn't tell nobody right, which is insane. And then you're flying a doctor like you can't put the lotion on yourself, right? Like when Puff Daddy came in the studio. He had a lip balm guy, Remember? Heard about Kelly had a Yeah. Drugs across.

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"2000" Discussed on The Kurt Angle Show

The Kurt Angle Show

06:41 min | 11 months ago

"2000" Discussed on The Kurt Angle Show

"Was a house. Show you know what it was. Yeah now just says that you know just doing the research. I don't think it was a tv. I think it was just something that you guys were doing together as you were building up to the match but for whatever reason he's hurt can't work it and just missed out on this one here so well. We'll move on kurt if you don't remember that one we'll talk about all which i'm sure you do. It's from providence. You cut what. Dave meltzer 'cause as the time your best promo on how your nancy kerrigan triple h tonya harding. And you kinda turn triple h baby face. Was there ever talk of you. And stephanie sang together against a baby face. Triple h what about that. You and stephanie. Staying together was that ever considered. I think it would have been an awesome idea. I don't know if anybody put that fire out or why it didn't curb it. I think it should have an could have the. I think i honestly believe that. The storyline could have been one of the hottest storylines ever in the history of the business. If we continued on. Especially if outta pair with stephanie. 'cause you know stuff being in triple for the real deal. They had a real relationship. And you know To to have that type of heat that i would have from. It would be incredible olympic hero. Kurt angle we ever have trouble picking the perfect gift that would make so go. Wow that's gifts create unbelievable experiences for those. You live and memories that last a lifetime. so i'm excited to announce cameo as a new sponsor show. I fans use cameo for all kinds of shoutouts roasts. Thank you messages. Congratulates meal provides the kind of real fan connection. Used to only be able to get from a once in a lifetime. Chance counter backstage passes out a show. Cameo is the perfect gift for birthdays graduations weddings. Even just a case of the mondays. I've even seen some people shooting their shot cameo by having a slab as their crush out on a date for them to cameo dot com request a personalized video. Whichever star you choose said you back a personalized video while the ones you love so just by gift make you. Candy go to cameo dot com. Oh it's true. It's damn true. So as you're working with stephanie and i'm sure you guys Camera goes off working with each other. You interpolate sean. This whole angle. What was it like kinda behind the scenes to work together through these soap. Opera type storylines. Were you having fun with it. You know or was it just like this is painful we gotta get through. This was that like a little bit of both of the times. I had to get into with stephanie bus. Triple h you know it. It just was a little bit crazy. But i enjoyed it You know got a little uncomfortable at times. But for the most part i really liked it was a lot of fun. We at ad free shows this month. You and i were going to do the bonus episode watch long of the smackdown where you Give stephanie the lip. Lock not the ankle lock but one of your other major moves there So we're gonna do that as a watch along. I'm looking forward to that. But i get it right. We we talk about that. It's entertainment but still you're getting put in the kind of weird positions here especially when triple h is in san and too far away right. Oh without a doubt it. It does become uncomfortable because you know that they're having. I don't even know if they were married at this particular time where they. I don't think they were yet eating. They were still dating. I think engaged a little bit after that but they were a real item. Yeah you get involved in that. It's it's a little nerve wracking. I'm sure it's like well. I'll just take direction from you and whatever you say here i'll just follow whatever you say and we'll do that and call it a day off. Just deal with. Vincent van told me that's right and you can't go wrong there. Kurt and you know vince. He's going to have on a push. It all. go go for dig end of all people. Vince mcmahon would yeah. We'll speaking events he makes a special appearance and pulls you in triple h into a limo and you both have to get along for the main event. Which is you triple. H ann shane. Taking on the rock. And the dudley's. It's a big deal. When vince makes an appearance on television is it not yes. He wasn't making much appearances back. Then at that particular time so if you if you he was involved in your storyline or if you didn't appearance it had to mean a heck of a lot and that that's why he did it and i it was it. Was you know it was a privilege. That vince mcmahon got involved in this. Because you know you know that you're you're you're doing the top storyline on. Tv events is involved. You're into top story on absolutely have stephanie. Involved now you get the vince rob and you're right. I mean after that attitude. You know the stone cold versus vince and all that played out he was starting to take a break from being a character on tv all the time so absolutely he jumps in and so that's always adds dramatic effect to an angle we move onto heat. Yes that was a television show you. Everyone probably remembers in. It's a taping here with matt hardy. And what was an excellent match with stephanie. Hoping you and raising your hand after again the soap opera elements added. This really brings out another dimension in your character. You mentioned it before. Kurt wouldn't you agree. This was really what kind of brought all that out in you. Yes i it really enhanced. My character made me more sinister. May not as much as goofball but like a an evil kind of person that's getting in the head of triple h and You know manipulating the whole situation using stephanie. As much as. I could to get what i wanted. Which was the world title eventually so i. It was a really cool story line. It did a lot of good for me. Who are now as you're getting into this. Kurt is this just you. Are you working with the words as you said as far as the whole acting side of this this is still like you said that you're trying to figure your way out through this. What does it look like behind the scenes in terms of rehearsal and making sure that you're delivering those dramatic scenes. The way that you kind of want to you just had to do it. He didn't have time for a hersal. We would talk about it and then we would just do it and you know the the the sports entertainment industry is a lot different than the acting in street. You have to be on for the. I take you know right. Oh it's part so You know there are times when we do pre-tape and we have to a few of them over and over again but for.

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"2000" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"2000" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"2000. That's right. It's the year 2000 When we all became, Why do U K survivors and, uh, I made it through? I feel like You know, Jeff, we should all you know, Raise our hands. Did you make it through Y two K. All right, And that's a throwback for sure. Well, it's funny when you think about it, because 2000 the year 2000 When you say it. It doesn't seem like that long ago. But when you start talking about Chad's as in hanging chads, right, Um Americans watched the first episode of Survivor. Erin Brockovich. What a great movie that hit the big screen there. There are a lot of things I'm looking at here, Jeff that actually happened a long time ago. You know, when you think about it, how time flies. Um you know that was 2000 and that you know, I I will admit, as much as I was skeptical that the whole world is going to collapse because it was Turning to the 2000 year. Um, I think I did withdraw $1000 cash from the bank. Just in case just in case. I think a lot of people were cautious, but cautiously optimistic, perhaps right? Yeah, it was just It was interesting, Interesting time because people get wrapped up in the lock the The hyper nous of what was going on at the time and get a little out of control. And now think about something like that would happen now, with the prevalence of social media, which was not nearly as prevalent back in 2000. Absolutely not different world now. Well, and some things to think about. Back in 2000. Median home value was Just under $120,000, a stamp. It cost 33 cents and the average rate of a 30 year fixed mortgage 8.5% Jeff. So let's changed since the year 2000 what's changed in the life of a financial advisor since that year, though, Jeff Oh, God, Um, when we look at hello. That's interesting question. I'm sitting here. All right. What's the most important thing? Here's one issue that comes to mind that wasn't anywhere near as prevalent back in 2000. The Internet because now so many people feel they can just go on the Internet in search for something, and sadly, too many people actually believe everything they read on the Internet. Which is kind of a stretch. You know, in a lot of cases, so I think that has changed a lot. I think when you look at the advent of all the technology that we've had developed since then there have been some great tools that have been created for financial advisors. You know, Megan, you know that we've used the risk Allies software to determine the level of risk somebody has in their portfolio as well as their comfort level with threat, So I think they we've been fortunate enough where there's so much more technology that has been created since 2000 that really help us as professionals. Do a better job for our clients. So maybe some good and some bad when you talk about the technology, right? Yeah, like anything else That could be pros and cons. That's true, you know, entering a new millennium. That wasn't the only big thing to happen in that year. 2000. That's the year we're focusing on its when we saw the dot com bubble inflate, and then it burst in just a matter of months. Was not a good year for the stock market. And Jeff, You remember this? It ended 9% lower than where it started that year. What lessons were learned? Do you think from the dot com bubble? I know a lot of our listeners remember? Well, let's what happened before 2000 is a real question in the nineties, the market stock market was like a rocket ship. I mean, it just took off like crazy. And then when we got to 2000, and we have the Y two K hype and all of that, and then the next year, the market came down. And then it came down again and no. One and then again in 02. So over that three year period, the market was down over 40% well, that that scared the daylights out of a lot of people and a lot of people pulled their money out of the market and didn't want to put it back in and then systematically. The market came up a little bit of a blip, and then it kept going up through seven. And then what happened? Well, we had to repeat. Starting the fourth quarter of seven, The market was down substantially roughly about 20%. It was sound another 37% in. Oh, eight kept going down into March of nine, and then it hit the trough. As we call it, that was the bottom and then it started going back up. So the real question becomes since Oh, nine. What's going on with the market place? Well, the markets up like over 600% since then. That's an insane amount of growth. In a matter of 12 years Now, when you say that in coming from a financial advisor people might be saying, Well, why would you say it's insane? I mean, look, I mean, it's been no period of time in the market that has been as significant as the last 12 years. So when we look at that You know, what do you do with all the money that's been created? That's the biggest question right now, because too many people feel well. The market's great It's been great for 12 years is going to keep going well. I'll look in the review mirror and absolutely agree. It's been a great ride for the last 12 years. Now, looking out the windshield. I'm not quite as optimistic long term We do feel optimistic for this particular year as we think it will be a good year and then what happens to the year after, but we we need a plan and it's prudent. When you have a strong run up in value. It's prudent to take some chips off the table. Even a gambler knows if they're way ahead in the proceeds and the winnings. That it's smart to take some of those winnings off the table, and the old term is well, take what you put in off the table at least because then you're playing with the house's money right so you can look at the stock market in a similar manner. Where you invested so many dollars and how it's grown so much. Well, now what do you do? Maybe an adjustment to maybe reduce your level of risk as we go forward whereby you can still gain as the market goes up, maybe not quite as much as you might have, if you're in a higher risk portfolio, But if it does go down, which let's face it, the market always goes up and down. We don't know when that's the problem. So stacking the deck in your favor to lessen the blow when that next big downturn comes is significant, and we believe that's so important, and we can show you mathematically that lowering your risk over time. Is more productive than getting higher rates of return in the best years in the market, and it's kind of interesting when you when you look at that math, So here we are, in today's environment marked it's been fabulous. Well, maybe now's a good time to take some chips off the table. If you'd like to consider that we'll just determine if you have too much risk right now. Give us a call. 41 207 200 Just leave a voicemail. You want to come in for a visit? Or you can text the word visit to the same number 41 207 200 Denise will reach out to you schedule a time for you and your spouse that come in or if you're single, come on in by yourself or your best friend or your mother or whomever it might be that you rely on for your Financial advice will be happen to meet with you here with one of the advisors here.

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"2000" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"2000" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"So there was no discussion with remo williams but yeah i think you're right though as a spy film. There is a spy thread and it stronger than some other films. We've tackled fall thoughts. I feel like it's just not very strong so for me. It's an but you know what we also said no to The man from uncle which was a fun movie as well like. I think you could do a lot worse than doing an evening. Watching movies like man from uncle. Charlie's angels you know men in black like some of these more light fun ones. And you know. I don't know that charlie's angels had like the cultural impact that say like our man flint had But it is a noteworthy movie with some value behind it and i think it Opened the door to a lot of better movies. And it's nice to see a female lead female driven film walk and is successful and it gets a sequel and everything's great about it. I like that. I wanna see more of that. Please but yeah i just i know if it holds up against west sure. I am genuinely excited. Though end some franchises we know it's diminishing returns like i can't say when we finished men in black that i thought boy can't wait to see where men in black two or three rigo whereas i really am genuinely curious to see how this franchise evolves going from this will be into the msci directed second one and then see how little bit banks takes us material and reformats it because when i saw the You know the elizabeth banks film you know a year or so ago. I had very little memories of this movie other than specific scenes. But now actually examining the style of this movie. I'm really excited to see how it's changed up in the In the reboot. I as usual. Haven't seen it so that will be fun. I it does. This does remind me of law in a lot of ways of the man from uncle like stylistically really enjoyed the film. I think he did the things right. It was fun punchy. It just sort fell flat in a couple of key areas to make the norquist but it gets a recommendation for me nonetheless to watch it. I think this. I think if you've just finished listening to this well done for making it way for each treat yourself with charlie's angels two thousand listen to that soundtrack. Great great acting Just a fun phil and that's exactly what it is..

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"2000" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"2000" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"2000 rock and roll film tells the story of a teenaged journalist in the seventies, writing for Rolling Stone magazine as he tours with the fictitious rock band Stillwater. Yeah. Ah, past this 2019 film is about a struggling news struggling musician who suddenly finds himself as the only person who has ever heard of the Beatles and becomes widely famous after taking credit for all their songs. Oh, darn it across the universe. No! Oh, goodness! Africa! What This is called I can't even think of it. I did not like that movie there really let it slip away in the second half. He didn't like that movie, huh? The movie was yesterday yesterday. I thought twice. I liked it. Yeah, I thought they had a really cool premise. And then it slipped through their fingers okay, and the second one was almost famous. Oh, never seen it. Oh, yeah, This is this is a deep bone. And yet the first one was walked the line. So Donna and Sandy, you guys are winner. Three first three. Nice job, guys. Thank you. Yes, you. Congratulations, Sandy. Okay. Now for fun. We're going to do this. This is what I was thinking. We could do this for fun now, so it's a different way with. We're gonna be moving to less audio clues and more questions for the final the tiebreaker. OK, eh? So what I would like you guys to do, and Sandy, you can do this as well. If you know the answer, Say your name, and then I'll let you respond. Okay? Once you once you guess you're out, okay? And then everybody gets their chance. So Steve, if you know what's a Steve Donna? Okay. And vice versa. Okay. In the 2018 remake of this movie, lady, Excuse me in the 2018 remade Started star is born. Uh, let me up. Let Zuletzt start over here In the 2018 remake of the movie. A star is born Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper performed this lead single Steve shallow, Sandy.

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"2000" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"2000" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Was a really awesome. Fight scene between the animal and riddick And then he got hurt. Yes everybody is already on the shape and they are waiting for riddick to catch up real estate behind fighting with those items so so g goes back for him. She goes back for him and again. She's you know she's saying you know i i'll i'll die for for anyone and relation. I mean the the crew anyone crew in and she does die in. Front of riddick aunt i see. I don't know if you see. But i see it in. Readers and riddick's is How you know that is the ultimate thing you could do for someone Give your life for someone is in. No one has done anything for him at all to now jump to the ultimate sacrifice were someone actually gave in this case for him. And i think that was appeal heartache for him and enforced the character to take different perspective. Yes and if it wasn't for that i don't think it would have come back in and grabbed jag and the and the religious man. No leto on as the truth. And i don't know if you know but well yes and no because remember when he finds out but like digital be topic of movie but we finds out that he has a bounty. You leads them were religious. Yeah so that's when he finds out of jack. So you kinda kinda gives a redemptive turning point to the character riddick. That's the true because before that he was a guy as you can see. That doesn't give a fuck about anybody. Stay on my way goal. My pace all get out and this is when we claudio black skin rips apart flown away in pieces what does he do. Five seconds later he stands up. Looks around like all right and then himself. Nothing happened coffee and that was a horrible scene. You know you you see her being ripped apart and screaming and both pieces being taken away in flight as warm whatever this shit if and he's just stands up like nothing really happened thank you after gomez was looking so. I don't know if you know this but this movie was supposed to be stand alone movie. Peach black and you of get the sense and all of you guys can't agree with me or disagree. Let me know what you think when you watch we or if you've ever watched it doors beginning you know when you start to beginning to the movie from the beginning and you you go through The did the tire movie in you. Get a sense that this was supposed to be a stand alone movie now. Window were filming. And i like to think. Because of i don't know if it was because of vin diesels acting or maybe it was just good writing but the character riddick got really interesting to wear while filming the movie because in movie he was supposed to die again and defined a character so intriguing dead during the filming of the movie day changed him to where he doesn't die at the end and they did it. Open ended to give a chance for sequels in the survivors. Were actually critical. Par of playing through the sequel. Exactly but you know. I always find that interesting. 'cause even when the movie ended they left it the possibility of a sequel but they didn't normal them knew it was going to happen or not. Yeah it is only after the success of the film. They decided okay. You know you guys were right in changing the ending of this movie Let's go ahead and do a sequel. so i don't know if he's maybe a combination of both maybe. It's good writing and a good acting from you. Know vin diesel. What is your thought. I'm mean did do notice. I didn't know that but Do you get any feeling onto this fact. Not to be honest for me is is the played out perfectly like i told you. I love all movies. I'll riddick so. I think he played out for the best. If will stand alone. Glad beaten now because dan. I don't see how he would come playing so greatly that he had a point where to go back to to retrain. Why he's being chased somehow the people from this movie the man is connected to he being searched. Yeah somehow so. I think you played perfectly any give. Give more content to the personality of riddick just up apex predator animal with no feelings. For shit on his yeah. He appears to be like that. Tough guy or anything but he has a soft side to in earlier. Drafts of this movie redick was supposed to be a woman the so there's a lot of things that was i mean i. I like to think that that was changed earlier. Now doing that. Put the one thing that i find interesting is the fact that really was supposed to die in. That was changed during filming. I thought that was the best choice to add. Think is far more cooler. The you don't have the dying hero but you have the guy that the guy you know God knows if we get another fourth really movies. I would go see. How are we going so you guys let us know what you think you know if you watch the movie. You haven't watched if you haven't watched watching us know what you think Can come to. You can reach us out on twitter You can reach us out on this court. We have a link on the description. and just so you guys know. We are member of the less chat network. So i'm excited about that. So just reach us out there But you know let us know. Let us know what you guys think and i hope you enjoy our show and you know stick around for the following chose well. This is the end of our show. Now please let us know if you liked his episode and let us know if you have any which topics you'll like us to discuss in our next episodes remember. You can follow us on twitter at scifi remnant. And if you liked his. Podcasts share it. And don't forget the raiders in your favorite podcast platform is will help us grow. Thank you see you next time. This is science fiction remnant signing off..

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"2000" Discussed on Pop Culturing

Pop Culturing

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"2000" Discussed on Pop Culturing

"He's hilarious. He's great and he's I think like the truth. Teller of for sure I Love Jason Lee to and I think the way that I feel about him in this movie as an example of how we're supposed to feel about their band meaning he super interesting. He's a great singer but Russell steals the spotlight pill. This is a this. I'm jumping around so different clips at different times but this is the end the movie in the airplane or towards the end. You're going to the end Hourani. Yeah we're just going to jump around because if we have to do it from beginning to end it'll be weird so this is the end when the cars go. The car airplane is going down. And they're all kind of have no filters and there's just They're screaming at each other. Russell. Not now slightly with Pani. Rockin grow up until yesterday. Did you tell Wesley that kill you? All you're bad you there's William Warrior and he's a truth teller in that scene also in that scene but that's like his breaking point because he's standing up for somebody else because he has a hard time in the movie standing up for himself and he's fifteen so of course he's going to have a hard time in that mom lying to him about his age twice praises mcdormand's character is. She's she's a sketchy little parents interesting. Yeah good intention. Always but interesting and again that was based on his mother yes just the fact that she didn't want them to listen to music because they she felt it would wrap their brain in two thousand Cameron. Crowe revealed to rolling stone that he and his sister. Cindy that's zoey chanels. Character had a falling out after their dad died in one thousand nine hundred nine and that his sister and mom had been estranged since then. Yeah after my dad died the chemistry my family got all fucked up in my wildest dreams. I hope the movie helps my mom and sister communicate. They talk through me now while it's awful But three and a half weeks ago. Our family got together. The one facing in the movie. The reconciliation at the end actually happened in. Its own weird way. That's one of my favorites uniform. Because they're true to their characters. Because do you have that scene when she says? I'm sorry no she doesn't say I'm sorry. She says I forgive. Forgive who that's her name in the movie says I didn't she says I didn't say sorry right but then they laugh so they're about to embrace a very awkward hug. Finn Give you an apology. Glad they could have a laugh about it. Well they're being true. They're they're they are who they are and they're not going to change. I think there's an acceptance in that moment. So yeah so my two favorites. Are Jason Lee. Okay he's hilarious when they leave him a bathroom dory to lead singer. Only the lead singer actually says the lead fucking funny and then Lester Banks Yeah. He's great and then you read that. Trivia about that. He was sick. Yes only had the flu. Which is perfect because he feels like he has the flu us. Like the way that So Philip Seymour Hoffman. Plays Lester bangs. Who's a real person? Yes yes okay? And he is constantly like kind of annoyed and kind of criminal Johnny and he having the flu is a perfect way to be And he I bet he filmed all those scenes and I did. I did not read this but it seems like he probably could have done that in one day. I know he was awesome. So Lizard too so you liked Russell. The best well. Russell's the most interesting to me I. Yeah he that's Russell's the reason I watched that movie and Billy Credit is Great in that movie to talk about Kate Hudson well. Let's say this. I will go Russell when Cameron Crowe wrote it. He wrote it for Brad Pitt. And then Brad Pitt so I heard conflicting things or read conflicting things and he never really started filming. Oh really read it. And because the character hadn't been as in most screenplays hadn't been fully developed yet he didn't want to commit says Cameron Crowe revealed on. Here's the thing with Alec Baldwin. That after Brad Pitt. Dropped out of the movie. The casting of Russell Hammond came down to Christian. Bale and billy crowd up with the ladder. Ultimately getting the role Christian Bale could have done it of course because he can do everything. But I'm glad that billy credit got great And we just watched what kind of watch Ford versus Ferrari last night with Christian Bale come. We didn't finish. I fell asleep but not because it was boring ninety. I was just tired. Your your dog tired at a piece of cake and Class. A wine that's all. It tastes good night. Seeing what else was I gonNA say? Oh so kate Hudson. Cancel the one of the most disturbing aspects of this. Yes do you go you go ahead and I remember this from the first time I saw it. Do you have that scene? Where which part win their first meeting. And she's like me too. Yeah I a thing from Jason Lee and fuck you and you can't understand and one of these people is going to save the world and that means that rock and roll can save the world all of us together and the chicks and comes down to. Is that the get so mad about that. Party goes in the chicks or great. I never said that. I said that I think this is the part holding eighteen me to hold. We really seventeen me to actually. I'm sixteen me too. Isn't it funny? The truth to sounds different. I'm fifty so penny is sixteen and there is a scene. This is the second year that the she's been on tour with. Russell gives William a message said. Tell Penny that California's not the same without her and that they want basically. I wanted to be like last summer. Which means that Russell and penny hooked up and she was fifteen. Yeah how much you like Russell. Now Sweden that's this is the complex part of this. You know it's so interesting because this is this movie is very true to life and that that's kind of what can happen for sure stage. What's his name plays a piano. Jerry Lee Lewis. What did he do he I think he married his thirteen year old cousin? Well Loretta Lynch. This is different. We're like going into totally different time. We're not talking about the seventies anymore but Loretta. Lynn married doolittle at thirteen. And that doesn't make it okay. I'm just saying that thirteen third twelve. I know I just can't talk it. It's just I can't even deal with it but I guess my point is is that they okay. Let me just take it off this movie for a second. You know. I used to work at the runaway switchboard. Remember that yes I do. They call that. We call the switchboard is so interesting so I used to have a lot of statistics about runaways and the you know the typical girl the the most common runaway name was amber really. Yes of a girl It just statistical information and then also that she was fifteen while so. It's not surprising. Where's pennies parrots? Well that's the thing. It's a lot of these girls. This is their life. They live where she eventually goes home and she's in the home. This is the confusing part. What home at end? They talk about the fact they live in Michigan. Together he sandiego. Oh San Diego San Diego. Yeah I think I think William is from California Bright. I think he lived in Michigan. I don't know I don't think it's Michigan. Okay you're I'm sure you're right. Kate Hudson does a wonderful job and I want to play this clip on Howard Stern when she talks to him about playing this role okay. Almost famous was such a good movie. You audition for that. I assume yeah like four times and tons of people want that remember. I'll never forget that phone call. 'cause I was supposed to play a different role I was supposed to play the sister. Not Penny Lane and Cameron didn't want me to audition 'cause he just saw me as the sister and I just said look I'm and then everybody fell out of the movie because at the time I got the sister it was Brad Pitt and Sarah Pauly really was stuck in their turning down other parts things and Cameron and I said please I'm GonNa be in the movie and it but just please let me dish because you sense that it would make the commercial success. I just love Cameron Crowe C. Brad Pitt and who Sarah polly who she is an actress. That was Kinda big in the nineties. And she's a filmmaker. She made some really good movies. And by the way you're right it was San Diego. Okay you were. Why did I think Michigan? I must have been in a mid western of American Pie. Sweetie I don't I wouldn't have known that either. But so yes so kate. Hudson who finally got that role. She ended up Getting nominated for an academy award or she did. Oh yeah and it was such a huge deal because her mom Goldie Hawn had won an academy award for her first film performance and it was like a certain number of years later like twenty years later thirty or so. It was just destined to because I think kate got the Golden Globe Cape Sag. She did knock at the Academy Award. Yeah Sushi get disappointed. She she did and who. Who got it do you remember? I don't know turned out. Beats you look that up planning play. Cameron Crowe's Oscar Acceptance Speech. Okay.

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"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries Podcast

Strength Through CHRIST Ministries Podcast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries Podcast

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"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

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"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

"Wilderness? And are dead. This. Is Debris. Down from. Heaven. that a man may eat their off and not die. Jesus is that important bread of life Then, if we go to verse fifty one. I am living bread which come down from heaven. If any man eat of this bread, he shall live forever. and. The bread that I will give is my flesh. For the life of the world. We all do John Three Sixteen for God. So loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son and whoever should believe in Him shall not perish. And if we jumped to verse. Fifty three Jesus said unto them fairly I say unto you. Except ye eat of my flesh. Of the flesh of the son of man and drink his blood, he have no life in you. who so ever eat my flesh and drink my blood had eternal life and I will raise him up in the last for my flesh is indeed and my blood is drink indeed. He'd at the my flesh and drink of my blood twelfth in me and I in him. As living father has sent me. And I live by the father. So. He that edith be even he shall live by me. This is the bread which come down from heaven. Now does your fathers did eat manna? And are dead he that edith this bread shall live forever. I prayed Lord soon where he is the the water of life, the meat and the bread. That, that's a meal. Now, what we do with this meal once we have it, then if you matthew twenty five. Thirty five. Where I was hungry and you gave me for I was thirsty and you gave me drink. I was a stranger and you took me in. Naked and include me I was sick and you visited me. I wasn't prison and you came on to me. That I right there I used to be a volunteer Chester County. Prison. I was never incarcerated. At the make myself clear. I was Elvis running off to the jail one time in one of our. Coworkers at work said Oh are you on the work release program? I'll no I'm not an inmate I. I helped get him out I. I'm not. I'm, not. there. And people would always say to me, why are you going to prison? Why are you going to these guys? Why are you going to a camping helping kids with disabilities learn about Christ? According to God's word. I'm commanded to do that. And it says. In thirty seven. and. Then shall the righteous answering and say Lord When we saw the and hungered and fed the or thirsty engaged drink. When solve we a stranger? and. took the in or naked and closed the. Or when so we? D Sick and and came onto the. And the king shall answer and say, unto them fairly. I say unto you and is so much as she. Have done it. Onto. One of the least of these, my brethren. You have done it on to me. and. If we I'm to jump to. Matthew Chapter Nine. I ten. And it came to pass is Jesus sat at meat in the house behold. Many publicans. And sinners came and sat down with him and his disciples and when the Pharisees solid they said unto his disciples. Why Edith your master with Publicans and sinners? But when Jesus heard this, he said onto them. They that behold need not a physician but they that are sick. But gooey and learn. That means. I. Will. have. Mercy. And not sacrifice for I have not come to call the righteous but the sinners to repent. Well. Thank. God I was the center. and. He took me to repentance and that's what we we should be doing. We should be. Sharing Christ. With with everyone. And that's not to say beat over the ahead with a Bible I know. A lot of the truck drivers with Aaron. We like to tease to truck drivers a little bit but one truck driver Erin just talk to him. He didn't beat him over the head with a Bible. He didn't hand them fifty million tracks and say, Oh, you need you need do that. One of the very first lessons I learned from no preacher. When I got into the Lord's Ministry was that the Lord is a gentleman. He taps you on the shoulder. Because I knew. Many years if somebody would have thrown a Bible in my face or throw a track, my face out of said I, don't need that. So, we must do an gentle kind way like our. Lord. and. If we go back to Matthew Twenty, five. I forty one..

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"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"2000" Discussed on Strength Through CHRIST Ministries

"Hello. Flippin spor thirteen says, I can do everything. Through him, who gives me strength? It is my distinct pleasure to introduce to you a coworker of mine don he is a student at the? Lancaster Bible College. We have had some interesting conversations over the last year hyper creationism Neo Orthodoxy Stuff that? Goes over the head of. Most of my co-workers, but Don is has proved. A good source of of iron to match the. Amount of iron that God has given to me, and I enjoy those those times. So please join me in welcoming. My friend and Coworker Don PESCA. Hi. My name is Don PESCA. if you if you don't hear me, let me know because I do wear hearing aids sometimes it's Kinda hard for me to see how loud I speak. Okay And Laura's blessed me with his Ministry of strength through Christ ministries. Which is based on Philippians four thirteen, which is I can do all things to Christ, which strengthens me. And what the ministry does it tears time to go with people that are physically challenge because I don't think anyone's disabled. That are physically and spiritually challenge. Through teaching preachy. An example of of me if they can see me up here doing the Lord's work. The naked, then they can say I can do it if you can do it. But they need to know that the strength comes from Christ. And I prepared a message or the Lord is paired. Message for me. and it starts in. John. Chapter Four. I ten? Around the holiday season. It's always a tough time for me. Because I always think about the wants that are less fortunate than. That the. Don't have food clothing or shelter. And it's always good to give time and money. And effort. But are we really sharing with them? The bread of life in the water of life, which is Jesus Christ. It's it's one thing to. Give somebody food, but to share with them. Lord Jesus Christ. And if we go to John Chapter four ten. This with the woman at the well what Samaria? and Jesus answered said Onto Her if knowing the gift of God and who it is this say to the give me drink. And I would have asked of him. And he would have give the living water. The woman Sayeth unto him. Sir, how has not to draw with and the well as deep from once? Then, Dow has. That living water. And if we go to verse Twelve Mrs Are Greater Than Our Father Jacob which gives us the will and drank thereof himself his children and his cattle. Jesus answered said onto her whoever drink of this water shall thirst again. But whatever drinking the water that I shall give him. She'll never thirst. But the water that I give. Show be a well of water springing up to everlasting life. We are the wealth that. Spring up we need to spring up. And give the living water to everyone because. I'm pretty sure if we look back on our walk with the Lord, there was somebody that spent time with us to share that with us. And the one and the woman said onto him, surrogate me this water I thirst. Not Neither come here to draw. That that must have been an awesome sight to sit with our Lord. And speak with them. Then he talks about the the water, the living water. then. If we go to John Chapter six. First Twenty seven. Favor, not for the meat which parish before the meat which endorsed onto everlasting life. which the son of man should give onto the. gave onto you for him had got the father seal. Then if we jumped down to I thirty one. It goes says. Our Father did he man in the death or? As it is written, he gave them bread from heaven to. Then thirty two. Then Jesus said unto them fairly onto you. Moses. Gave you not that bread from? Heaven But my father give it to you the true bread from heaven. For. The bread of God is he come down from heaven and give life onto the WORL-. Then say unto Him Lord Evermore Give us this bread. Jesus is also the bread of life. If you really in the Old Testament. Water and bread were. Like the foundations of the meal. and Jesus giving us. A MEAL Of Life. And US I don't mean off the whole church in general. I'm not. Picking out this church but the whole Christian community. Needs to Pick up the pace. then. Good. Verse Thirty Five. Jesus said to them. I'm the bread of Life Cometh. To me and she'll never hunger he the believe at the me should. Shall Never. Thirst. For I come down from heaven. Not to my will but the will of him that sent me. And Aaron will tell you when we're at work and when we talk about Preaching. Teaching and. Giving our time and people people really look at us. Like we're. Crazy. Well I don't know I have to go back after this message. But. I mean. It's nothing for for and I in the middle of the floor to Pick up a conversation about the about the Lord. I've even had some of our representatives. Come over and. Share with me. And if we do to John Six, forty, seven. Fairly. Soon to you heat at believe me had eternal life I am the bread of life your fathers did he man in the.

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