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Extreme Heat Wave and Drought Continues in the West
"West. Here's CBS News meteorologist Jeff Bureau Della number of heat waves per year has tripled since 1960 extreme heat waves are 3 to 5 degrees hotter and we're in an unprecedented drought right now. In Utah. Drop conditions are extreme KUTV reporter Kelly Farmers are feeling this hard. There's indicators like the Great Salt Lake is going to be lower now than it was in the Dust Bowl state. Rep. Joel Fairies family has farmed this land for 120 years. They used the Bear River for irrigation Right now it's blowing at 50 cubic feet per second. Normally 2000 Tony Richards is a resource coordinator in the conservation division of the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. We've got a lot of crops that are being abandoned because they don't have enough water. The number of people
Fresh "2000" from Morning Edition
"Serving Atlanta since 2000 and three local responsible, respectful more at boot, a tree dot com spelled B o U T T E National Weather Service calling for showers and thunderstorms today mainly between four and five PM Otherwise mostly cloudy with a high near 86. Tonight, more showers and thunderstorms likely. With the law around 70 support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Morgan Stanley with now what's next podcast about what post pandemic life might look like journalists scenario..
Sergio Ramos Leaving Real Madrid, Club Announces
"A farewell news conference for the long serving captain. On Thursday. The 35 year old Has won five league titles and four Champions League trophies in a great glittering real career. After joining from severe in 2000 and five the Nigerian women's team were beaten two nil by the world's
Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected
"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our
SEC Chair Gary Gensler Plans 'Woke' Corporate Disclosure Rules
"Charlie. I don't know that we've ever spoken. If we did. It was a long time ago. How are you? It's a huge honor and pleasure, Mark. We did speak. You had me out for a book I wrote back in 2000 and three when I was at Newsweek magazine believe. Oh, my God. Well, let me say this. It's a real pleasure. You're a real serious reporter and you do your work and You broke a story today that caught my ear. And I'd like you to explain who is Gary Gansler. And what is he doing? Gary Gensler is a longtime fixture on Wall Street, essentially the revolving door between Wall Street and Washington in the sort of he worked at Goldman Sachs. He worked in the Obama administration, and he worked at the end. I think he worked in the Clinton administration, so he's been going back and forth. He's pretty rich. She was a partner at Goldman Sachs. Now he's the head of Wall Street's top cop, the Securities and Exchange Commission. Um, and he's doing something really interesting now over the years. Gary Gensler has more from sort of a Clinton Democrat into, I guess the best way to put it as an Elizabeth Warren Democrat. He's extremely woke extremely progressive. And he has some extreme ideas of how he wants Corporate America to act. He wants corporate America to adopt extreme woke. Policies he wants. Essentially every company to environment embrace environmental standards. He wants every company to have quote unquote diverse boards and diverse workforces, and he he wants to use government as the lever to do that, and he's doing that right now. At the Securities Exchange Commission. Because the Security Exchange Commission has enormous power over corporate America. It basically can mandate what they do and how they do it, and it could do that through a lot of different levers enforcement actions. In this case, what he's doing is he's proposing rules. And those rules will be passed by the Securities Exchange Commission, which is majority Democrat now, so he's going to ram them through without any without any Republican voice, And these are rules that essentially forced companies. To be more woke in certain areas in in terms of environmental issues in terms of board diversity, they will have to disclose those that their diversity have what they're doing for the environment. And when they do that, obviously, it's going to be a an object where the mainstream media is going to weigh in and say, Look at this company. Company. X is not his woke his company wide. They're not doing as much here than not doing as much there. Uh And I guess the bottom line is this. Listen, you may believe in these policies if you're liberal, if you're a free market capitalist like me, I care about the bottom line, to be honest with you, But if you're a shareholder, you really should be caring about the bottom line. These are not bottom line issues, and they Feed the S E. C s mandate. If you read the mandate, which is to make the markets safe, poor investors to make sure companies disclose stuff that investors care about for too wet to to weigh whether they should Invest in the stock or not. I mean, this is politicizing companies and corporate disclosure to a level that we've never seen before, and he's doing it. He proposed these rules and they
"2000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"2000 and 4, 2000 and 19 also Since day one. Dr Fauci and his expert friends, I have told us Look, the virus occurred. Naturally, it jumped from a bat through an intermediate host into human beings. While it's been a year, where's the proof? Where's the smoking bat? Where's the smoking bat? Thank you, Senator Kennedy. 410 wcbm 6 80 Bruce Elliott here and now Welcome again. Dr Melissa Segev Audiology Associates. Thank you very much for being here. Appreciate it. My pleasure questions for you. What is the new technology being offered in the hearing AIDS Every time we talk, you know, on a periodic basis. I asked this question. There's always something new is there right now. Absolutely, You know, One of the big things we're seeing now is everyone for a few years We've had the hearing AIDS that connect to your iPhone so you can hear phone calls in both ears, which is really beneficial it AIDS in processing in the brain of speech. So any time you're using both ears, you're just getting more clarity. Which is exactly why Speaker phone works so much better than just hearing in one ear. So essentially, you're getting that privacy of hearing the conversation and both hearing AIDS. Just directly from the phone. The benefit Now, as we're seeing that in android phones as well, Certainly Android phones are picking up that technology, which is really helpful and communications. Um, and we're also seeing hearing aid. Because of that, that there can wireless like Bluetooth and streaming directly is the running on a faster processing chips so their computer chip inside the hearing aid has been sped up. And what that does for everyone is the biggest change will really be hearing in noise because we're getting the signal to the brain faster, and the brain is working at more current time to eliminate the background, noise and process, the speech So we're really seeing improved background, noise hearing and background noise, which is everyone's kind of biggest problem. Um, that noise could just be so bothersome, so the technology is really improved to help us. Just keep up with current technology. Whether it's an iPad or your cell phone or an android phone. We're just able to have those phone calls in both ears and just being able to communicate better. The only thing constant in this field apparently has changed. Doctor Doctor Minister Segev from audiology Associates. Please give them a call 4 10 944 31 100, As they say the golden rule When Silence is not golden, you call Audiology Associates Do you haven't filed taxes or tax debt? Have you been getting collection notices our offices, beginning shopping carts full of notices. I'm Greg Talbot.
US Stock Indexes Are Mixed
"Pat US stock Mark. And indexes were again mixed. Yesterday, The Dow Jones industrial average fell. 0.1% and the S and P 500 was essentially unchanged. But the NASDAQ was up 5000.3% and the Russell 2000. The index of smaller company stocks returned almost 1.1% so mixed results
PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development
"Here's the article from Red State quote. The predict program is the key to understanding the funding of ECA Health Alliance. Remember Weaker Health Alliance that group run by Peter Dash shock that viral researcher who was working with the bat Lady and the Wuhan Institute of Virology Virology? And whose tax dollars were passed through equal health alliance to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Remember them? So again, it says to predict program is the key to understanding the funding of Eco Health alliance and its work with the Wuhan Institute. Predict is a research funding program launched in 2000 and nine as a quote early warning pandemic system. Alright. Sounds like a good idea. Right, folks, We want that kind of thing. Well, here's the problem. Between 2000 and nine and 2019. The predict program funded the collection of more than 41 Day. Excuse me, 140 down. I screwed this up this way to 140,000 biological samples that contained as many as 1200 coronavirus is with the potential to cause human disease and pandemics. In that time period predict awarded Word and what $200 million in grants before the grant funding ran out and President Trump ended this program of the 200 million. This is amazing. Get a load of this. Get ready muffins toasted right here. Bagels big of the $200,000,063 Million. Nearly a third of all predict Grant funds went to the Eco Health alliance, which was working with the Chinese bad lady G. Zhang Lei, who worked in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Folks, uh, that's not a scratch off ticket like, Hey, I won 20 bucks 63 Million beans is a whole lot of dough. I don't care how rich you are. That's a lot of money.
Employers Can Legally Offer Incentives to Employees to Get Vaccinated
"Employees are suing over covert vaccines. ABC is my ashamed Houston conservative activists and filer of many losses. Jared would feel added again, this time representing 117 either recently fired or about to be fired Employees of Methodist Hospital refusing to take the covert 19 vaccine for the first time in the history of our country. We have a hospital who was saying If you want to continue to work here if you want to continue to be employed. If you wanna continue to feed your family, you need to submit to be a part of an experimental vaccine trials. In a statement, Methodist said. In part, it is legal for health care institutions to mandate vaccines, as we have done with the flu vaccine since 2000 and nine ABC Jin a normal if you're wondering what your employer can require, when it comes to vaccines, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission Also out with new guidance sing. Employers can require covert vaccines to reenter a physical workplace as well as offer incentives for vaccinations but must keep medical information in vaccine records. Confidential Mako vin numbers improving in
Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later
"Back to our commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre with us, Phoebe are stubble filled forensic anthropologist at the University of Florida. And Greg Robinson, a Tulsa political activist. They're both descendants of survivors from the massacre. We're also hearing from Yuko camo kid tweeted. I never knew about it Until recently. I suspect it was not mentioned in my history class is in central Indiana in the fifties and sixties, and Greg wrote on Facebook. I first heard about it, circa 1998 on a news program on ABC. Utterly shocked by the story and equally so by not ever having heard in a report or reference to the attack. Previously we heard from a number of people in Oklahoma, including John in Tulsa and Martha and Grove. I was 40 years old. When I first heard about the race massacres. The first time I ever heard about this wasn't about 2000 and two And what's so sad is I grew up only 80 miles away. I was at the Greenwood Center on a field trip with high school freshman I returned on the bus with them and made the comment that I hadn't heard one single word growing up in Tulsa. For the previous 40 years. I then took my young child to Tulsa toe. Learn about it. And when he went back to his school, his teacher told him that that was a rumor. And she had never heard of that. It really shook me. This story needs to be told to our entire country so that it never ever happens again. Break what happened to the survivors after the massacre took place. Well, there was a few different things that occurred. We understand that about 60% of the people who endured the massacre. Escaped into other cities migrated up on each other parts of the country and actually didn't return.
Spain and Morocco in Diplomatic Crisis After 8,000 Migrants Enter Spanish Territory
"Inskeep, Spain. Is a European nation, of course, but you look at a map and you see, it's just across the streets of Gibraltar from Africa, and for centuries, Spain has controlled bits of African territory. Including the city We're gonna hear about next. So, Utah is on the Mediterranean shore, and it is attached to Morocco in recent days, almost 8000 migrants, a quarter of them Children have crossed from Morocco and the Spanish government has sent troops in response will discuss this with Associated Press reporter Or it's Potter, who is in Madrid. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. Good morning. I guess looking at the map. I can see why migrants would be attracted. There's effectively a land border with Europe. You can walk from Africa into a little bit of Europe. What is happening in that that border in recent days? Well, yeah, felt on doll so the nearby Milica, which is also Spanish territory have always bean flash point for migrants trying to enter European soil. There seems to stepping stepping point to the European mainland. But what has happened has been extremely unusual. I mean, every year last year, there were 2000. 200 people more or less who crossed into certain illegal into this to Spanish enclaves in northern Africa. But in a matter of just 48 hours, we suddenly saw 1000 people swimming jumping, able fences. And even paddling on inflatable boats and reaching Celta on. This is extremely unusual. Let's think that this is the population off 85,000 people in this city. Which suddenly is getting 1000 migrants, most of the Moroccans but also from other countries in in Africa, Okay, and you mentioned paddling boats. It's a little peninsula. I guess some people might you get to take a very short water trip to get around to the
No Sign of Israel and Hamas Ending Rocket Attacks
"Fighting in Israel in the Gaza Strip has entered its second week. Israeli war planes bombarded Gaza City this morning. Hamas continues lobbing rockets on southern cities in Israel. Roughly 200 Palestinians have died, and officials saying nearly half of them are women and Children. Israel has reported at least 10 dead. Of course, many more people have suffered in the long history of this conflict since Hamas to control of the Gaza Strip in 2000 and seven Israel in Egypt. Have blockaded the region. And with that in mind, we want to try to answer some of the fundamental questions that get to the root of what's happening right now. College El Guindi is director of the Palestinian Israeli affairs at the Middle East Institute. Hello. Welcome. Thanks for having me. Do you want to get to the blockade in just a moment. But first, how did it come to be that millions of Palestinians are living in the Gaza Strip? Well. The guy's a ship, of course, is in is entirely artificial creation that emerged in 1948. When roughly 3/4 of Palestine's Arab population was displaced, in some cases expelled During the course of Israel's creation, and most of the refugees were, they were sort of scattered across the region in neighboring countries like Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. Some went to the West Bank, which came under Jordanian rule after 1948 and a very large number went to the Gaza Strip, which is right, this tiny little coastal strip between Egypt and what is now Israel. Um, Today, the population of God's about 70% of Gaza's population are refugees when
Trump Critic Liz Cheney Cautions Jan. 6 Riot Could Happen Again
"Liz Cheney criticized Republican lawmakers for downplaying the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Cheney says that claims from President Trump That the 2000 to 20 election was stolen are a threat to American democracy. Once January six happened, that that's the end. And that has been, I think the most disappointing thing to me. That more of my colleagues have not been willing to stand up and say that could never happen again. Janey spoke on ABC this week, which can be heard Sundays on Bloomberg. Congressional Republicans voted Friday to replace Cheney with Trump loyalists Congresswoman Elise Stefanik of New York as House Republican Conference chair. It has been more than
Damon Weaver, Kid Reporter Who Interviewed President Obama, Dies at 23
"When he scored the interview of a lifetime, But now we won't find out what else he could have accomplished. His family says he's passed away. Damon Weaver was just 11 years old and in the fifth grade when he spent 10 minutes asking President Obama questions at the White House in 2000 and nine they cover topics such as education and bullying and demon made a friend. When I interviewed Vice President Joe Biden, he became a homeboy. Now did I interviewed you? Would you like to become my home? Absolutely. Thank you, man. Great job. Weaver later interviewed Oprah Winfrey and basketball star Dwayne Wade and was studying communications. At Albany State University in Georgia. His family says he died of natural causes on May the first he was 23 years old boxes. Kevin
US Expands Use of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine to Children as Young as 12
"Expanding use of visors covert 19 vaccine to Children as young as 12. FDA says the vaccination is entirely safe and offers strong protection for younger teens based on the testing of more than 2000 volunteers in the United States,
Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as Tight End
"And football. The big story coming out in the last hour, the Jacksonville Jaguars reportedly planning to sign Tim Tebow as a tight and reuniting him with his college head coach, Urban Meyer that was first reported by NFL network's in Rapid port. And Tom Palace era, The deal could become official in the next week. Tebow last played in an NFL game in 2000 and 12
US Supreme Court Takes Major Case on Carrying Concealed Handguns
"Time in more than a decade, the U. S Supreme Court is headed for a major decision on gun rights. Court today, agreeing to take up a case testing how far a state may go in regulating whether an individual may carry a gun outside the home more from NPR's Nina Totenberg, 2000 and eight and 2010 the Supreme Court ruled for the first time that the Second Amendment right to bear arms guarantees the right to own a gun in one's home for self defense. But after that it was crickets on the subject of how far states may go in regulating guns now, with three trump appointees on the court and a new 6 to 3 conservative majority Long accepted gun regulations could be in real jeopardy For the first time. The case that the court has now granted will not be heard until the fall it tests in New York law that limits permits to carry a concealed gun outside the home. To those going hunting or to target practice and those who need protection like a bank messenger carrying cash
Oscars 2021: 'Nomadland' wins best picture on night of historic firsts
"Have been a number of significant winners at the Oscars Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Yes, it's been an Oscars, unlike any other with covert restrictions. In effect, the 93rd Academy Awards has bean celebrating some of the best films. The past year on the red carpet for us, Peter Bows and Tom Brook. Peter, could I start with you? We've We've just found out what the best picture is. Yes, And the best picture is no model on this is the phone that is long being the favorite to win Best picture at the Academy Awards, Directed by Closure Oh, the Chinese filmmaker, she becomes the first woman of color to win best director at the Oscars, and we've just in the last few minutes heard that Frances McDormand has won for best actress for her starring role. In this film, so it really is quite a feat for this phone that tells the story of a group of nomads. It's partially scripted but partially real life because there are some non actors alongside Actors in this film that is set around or shortly after the financial crash of 2000 and eight these people who have lost everything because of what happened in the financial world, going on a journey and the western United States to try to earn some money through some odd jobs. I'm with here in Los Angeles, Tom Brook from the BBC's talking movies. Show and Tom, This is movie has so much better than people thought it has. I mean, it's got through. You know, Matt Land has three trophy is interesting in Frances McDormand, just one for best actress. This is her third Oscar. That I think puts her on a par with Meryl Street, but she doesn't have as many as you. Neither haven't many is. Katharine Hepburn did really good performance from Frances McDormand. I mean, she's most definitely One of American cinema's most reliable and charismatic, leading ladies on this film has done well. It's really the night does belong to note belong to Nomad land so far, and a very diverse night. If we look at these supporting actor and actress categories, both won by actors of color. That's very true. Daniel Cholula, who is British and black, one for best supporting actor and best supporting actress, with one by year Young Eun, who appears playing a grandmother in the film minority, So a very diverse night. Interestingly it's been a good night for women, I think particularly because We had Chloe Zhao winning for best director but also in original screenplay. Emerald Fennel, the British filmmaker. She won in that category That's normally thought of as a male preserve. So definitely progress on just briefly all of this, of course, taking place with the backdrop of covert 19. With the Oscars ceremony taking place at two venues that train station in downtown Los Angeles on the Dolby Theater just very quickly breaking news. Anthony Hopkins has won the award for best actor for his role in the phone. The father Thank you. Thank you. No one expected that you got them both the best picture and the best actor. We really appreciate it. Tom Brooke and Peter bows on the red carpet in Los
Illinois Reports 2,035 New COVID-19 Cases, Additional 24 Deaths
"Public health officials reporting just over 2000 new cases of covert 19 today, including 24 additional deaths as down from just over 2900 cases Yesterday, statewide positivity rate came and steady at 3.5%.
U.S. Joins Final Push to Find Indonesian Submarine With 53 Aboard
"Continues to search for a missing Indonesian submarine. It was last heard from when the crew requested permission to do it or paid a torpedo drill off the coast of Bali. Earlier this week, ABC News contributed Steve Danuta, retired Marine pilot US is pitching in Australia's pitching in Indonesia has some capabilities, but it's really a very sophisticated capability that's required to find a submarine that it would be at the depths where we think this this this Indonesian submarine ended up the submarine is built to dive safely. 800 FT. It may have dropped 2000 FT, which Would likely have caused it to implode. After a picture
"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.
"2000" Discussed on ARN
"Respect for g come on now. Somebody take shrimp out of his mouth. that's hilarious. he's also mana miss him. what a ga. One of the all time greats. Next up we've got dp and kevin. Nash and i can't believe this is a real thing. I kind of forgot that they were even a tag team. Blocked it out. But they're known as the insiders not the outsiders that was hall and nash. I and they're gonna be working with chuck palumbo and sean stays yak. You could tell. Kevin nash sort of lobbying for his old pal. Scott hall here Palumbo was doing a bunch of hall signature moves but hall is persona non grata and talk about him on tv here. We have nash even saying. Hey oh after winning the belts as they're going to regain the tag titles this to me you know is is for talented guys who who are certainly putting together a very good match. It's three and a half stars but man the hey yo stuff palumbo wrestling lock scott hall. It just feels a little too cute and inside But i understand that you know. They're they're feeling for their for their brother here. But this is supposed to be the big show I liked mike sanders. Involved here requires gonna come out and say if mike sanders takes a step towards the ring titles will change hands so we get a cameo from player we get something from sanders and this probably the second best match on the card. I thought kevin. Nash and adp did a more than passable job as a tag team couldn't have dreamed up that that would be appearing. What'd you think watching him back for the first time in twenty years. Well there's so much history with peijun taken the real strong stand against in w. o. And you know being one of the leaders of the company that was anti nwa history. There is kind of hard to get away from that. And you know. Nash was the he was the muscle of that group. We hit her do evolve for them being partners and playing it straight at you know but along the way what did you say you saw half the company go from wcw to be an nwa black and white the red and black wolf pack and all these evolutions of different guys jumping ship back and forth. It got to be pretty confusing. Who is actually. Ooh and the one thing that you take from this match if you go back and watch it is don't look it. Watt palumbo was doing so much as far as as Maybe king scott hall. That was just an inside deo that the kevin had the power to get away with and so he you know. He entertained himself that you know more power to him but the fact was chuck palumbo had a very very high and career in my mind. I thought he you know he was good in a look good. He had everything i size. Handsome guy thought he was an excellent performer and You know whatever happened. You know for him to fizzle out you know that he went a different direction. Has a are details. Something auto body shop restoration something in san diego. But but i thought that guy really had the opportunity to be a big starring business. Let's talk about our main event as bill. Goldberg and lex luger. I guess this is the minimum as the co main event Bagwell's going to come out and Bruce is going to come out. Bruce of course is a longtime staple at the power plant. It's pretty cool to see him. It's be goldberg second. Of course goldberg came up through the power plant under the some of our listeners. Probably didn't like the idea that sarge was on tv here. But i thought it was kinda cool. That guy gets his opportunity to shine a little bit. What did you think about the music. Bruce on tv. I thought it was inside but in the best possible way. There's a guy that trained god knows. How many guys and polished 'em up sarge. One of our favorite stars in buddy lee partners. What you probably saw him as on. Tv behind the scenes. He's one of the more important people in wcw. He's helping some some of the guys who have some natural athletic ability learned the wrestling craft at the power plant. And you know the power plant was really important to bill goldberg. So i don't know maybe it was too inside but i kind of dug it. It wasn't too inside for me. It was a guy getting a little bit of a reward for putting all the years in and the contributions that he made. You know you. you'll never be able to put enough credit to the doctor. Tom prichard to the sarge to fit finlay to the guys that actually that no one ever sees in the afternoon get out there and take prospects in tournament of performers. And that's that's a few guys that have trained more guys. If you sat down and made a list of all the people they had trained or worked with them on a particular week for say the rockets coming back for a match matching and he had to have somebody to go get back in a little bit ring shape with that week. Those guys that are thinner chosen to go in that role. And that's what you had here. Buddy lee parker. He you know spent a lot of time. I'm sure with a lot of talent. T shirt under respect the business you know to earn your way into the company and he would help you.
"2000" Discussed on ARN
"Let's let's keep going here. And let's talk about the next match. Your favorite general hugh g direction which i haven't thority. Was your nickname in junior high. Beat shane douglas by d. q. Nine minutes and forty eight seconds We've got lots of run ins and outside interference here This is just our watch meltzer. No matter how hard the talent worked scripting at this point was killing the show. Recorders of star. What'd you think here shaking ship. You know the the name alone. You know the hugh marsh thank humira. Accounta- got any. You know bills. A big guy is big guy that can really move for a guy his size. You know a top rope. Moon salt for guy that side. That's pretty damn impressive but huge huge. What was huge erection yuji rexon. Yeah yeah we're ribbon ourself again. It's an inside joke. It's supposed to be funny. There's since lost its pop. You know it's one of those things just thought it was low brow. That's the best pre come up with you. Know it's it's the all these sexual innuendoes inched stuff you're throwing out there on you know. Tbs which is you know. It's a pg product should be you. You put over hugh morris as a performer before. What about shane douglas. We haven't spent much tom talking about him before he comes into the company. This run because he had been here before boy. He was pretty vocal about your at the time best friend ric flair all kinds of promos about him. Ac w and colony mountain they mean and nasty things and now he's here in in wcw. What was your relationship like with shane. What did you think of him as a performer. Shane was the workers worker. He's a great baby face. I worked with him a few times. You know when they had him johnny tag together. We work tagged whether but i work some singles for. Shane and i thought he was a very polished baby face and then when he you know w as a heel in the face of the company and you know they're champion. I thought he did a good job with that. It's not easy to switch sides. A be as good as you were as one or the other right and i thought it was pretty damn polished at a polished worker and did some really good stuff I've talked to shane over the years. Every time i've seen we've had a good conversation because his career was built on bailey. Gimmick i mean the guy could go out and tell you story and you know that's what i looked at it if i was a good worker. Man i had a always wanted to work with the good workers because i was limited it and make no mistake. I'm not gonna tell any lives here. It really helped to be out there with a guy. That was really a lot better than me. That i could cater to to his style and when it was time i had just enough stuff. Oh my tool belt. That could make this be believable. Fight and chain was one of those guys and that's been always been my opinion of him and the backstage politics that he went through his career. You know we all went through that everyone of us and he was a guy that you know. He used that platform. I'm sure to cut promos zone rick. Rick didn't work for that company. But i'm sure it certainly got his name out. There got people buzzing talking even though they work for separate companies. Bricks been pretty negative about shane over the years. As you and rick ever talk about shane. Douglas yeah i mean he had. He had his opinions. Because let's face it. You know if you really want to just break this down. Rick was a that had from day. One with that company had a lot of input cost. The guys in charge do the name. Rick flair knew he was a marketable commodity. Very least he was a guy that they wanted heading up being one of the faces of their copy. And and i'm sure you know rig but but it has a lot of talent over the years and When he was the booker you're gonna make a lot of enemies number one but just being who he was and having a stroke and a suggestion would come down in might not have even been about rick but if rick took stance the opposite way i'm sure a lot of times he won and won the argument and you make a lot of enemies that way always not in any of those discussions. That was not my position in the company. You know if he was all powerful a lot of the things that happened to me negatively would have ever happened right but he had just enough power to pretty much get his own way and i think that was probably the situation with in some capacity. Shang whether you own rent gyco makes it easy to bundle your home and.
"2000" Discussed on ARN
"I don't know what would just watched here aren't because you make sense this watching the back. Nope and i don't know how they did up in the steam room shower. As part of the story. The whole thing's weird. I mean i like chronic as a team and i don't mind big vito and reno but the story here. This is no why yeah. There wasn't a pause -able would was there now. i think. I think it's throwing match out there to get everybody booked so that you know their own. Tv joseph for what they're paying them but do i think anybody's sat down and thought about this to make it good for the talent and that's in the end one priority. Make it good for the audience to where they could understand it. It's entertaining you got something you can hang on to abide into and then is to make it right for the talent so they can go out and tell that store and i just got to fill in. There wasn't a whole lot of prep done on this woman. It was just a random booking and all. Okay here's what the store but almost after the fact let's talk about the next match in the performance within i guess most importantly bam bam bigelow is gonna lose to mike awesome. They have totally botched. Mike awesome hearing wcw. He came in as the champ. They try mas- fat chick thrilla. They try them as seventy guy. The just don't let him just be a bad ask. We're starting to see some of that here. I guess they're trying to position him as the career killer. I never got to meet my costume. But as a kid. He was one of my absolute favorites to watch. What did you think of mike. Awesome a fake. Mike who is a nice enough guy came into an environment of of wolves sharks. And i think there was a little bit of sniffing out that. Hey this guy's you know he's a big star with e c w he's going to be a big star here. I think the antenna kind went up on a lot of the top guys. The more vicious top guys the smarter top guys and they figured we're going to have to get this guy to sabotage ships sail for we're going to have to sabotage and it was not too many. Tv's started to see adding layers on his character that he didn't need putting in precarious situations instead of just winning for nine weeks. You know the if the guy was big performer. The easiest way to get a guy over today tomorrow. Twenty five years ago put him in matches that have enough time. Give him an opponent that noche. What comedy is and just go out and win every week in have good bats. And you know i don't think he really had a fair start if he would have came to.
"2000" Discussed on ARN
"Drive sober or get pulled over by nitsa. Well nothing wrong with alice. Talk about the professional here on hand for star k. Two thousand and unfortunately this is the very last one. Well okay we bring it back. Seventeen years later as a house show in north carolina for the wwe. But it's not on the network. Signed a pay per view yes. The fans are excited in greensboro. But it's it's not quite the same That that magic had left long before but it did start to come back a little bit. In my opinion and ninety six it felt like a much bigger show with the bureau there hogan and piper the ninety seven again really big show. Maybe the biggest in. Wcw history hogan sting we keep that momentum going a little bit and we see go burke streak come to an end in ninety eight ninety nine the russillo show and It's just it's crazy for lack of a better word. But this is it star k. Two thousand and you wanna know why it's it. We just recently covered this with eric bischoff but there six thousand five hundred ninety six fans here and only half of them were paying to get in and when when you go back to the genesis of cade and knowing that stark eighty three was not only a total capacity but the traffic was stopped on the interstate. That's how bad the walkup was. Or how big. The walker was supposedly. Thousands of people turned away are read an excess of seven thousand. Other people said more than thirteen thousand people were turned away at the door. That's not the case here. Only three thousand four hundred and sixty five fans paid to get in or when did you know hey the writings on the wall and we're going to get sold or something but wcw as we know it right now is coming to an end very soon. Was there a moment and you look back and think about everything was different after this whatever that was well there were. There were backstage. Rumblings dearness period of time prior to rousseff rousseff. Jesus christ i'm for. Let's blame rousseff. That asshole he did it. All alone. Rousseff the great guy. He probably was like close at that. Particular time yeah baby. And he's ten probably rousseff urged. Rousseff began beget rousseff. Off my mind. Okay bro during this period you know your top guys who weren't happy with rousseau and the creative monitor standing was there. Were some closed door meetings and disagreement. Six guys just got sent which you would think would be a punishment. But since they had huge guaranteed contracts it turned out the a blessing and a reward to those guys. This was happening a little bit along. You have to understand but we have a guy you know. Whoever it may be flare or staying or a kevin nash or somebody that's not on the show started asking to save your ass here and try to put far out in the company. Try to rebuild something to make this work. You gotta ask why those guys. Aren't there contributing that the first thing that of red flags with me you know. You gotta have your players. It doesn't matter. There's been an argument with you. Know the guy that's trying to show now does matter. You've gotta pull together your livelihood your family's livelihood and a company that size goes out of business and some of the rumblings starting to have that they were gonna up any manny. You don't know much about business if you don't realize that makes it now pretty much monopoly in the word monopoly scares sammy. If when it's used to anything except to get board yet monopolies a bad words. It is a bad word and to your point is a lot of talent. That's not on this show. stinks that here booker. T's not here. There's a lot of folks who are not on this card kevin nash. You mentioned is going to be teeming with dallas page but There's just a lot of talent that's not present for this one And it's kind of weird that we don't have ric flair in a wrestling match here. He's gonna make an appearance on the show but he's not in the ring. Let's talk about you. Know sort of where we are. As we head into this brad ziegler holds a meeting to announce everyone on december eighth. What the future of the company will be and meltzer would report the rumor. Innuendo is the terry taylor johnny. Ace craig leathers tony. Shivani at all pits to be in charge of the company. But the reality is eric. Bischoff is trying to Round up some cash and do a bit of a takeover a purchase of wcw. And we know that's not going to be successful because kellner is gonna say we're removing the programming. Tnt so if there is no tv show what are you buying when you heard that bischoff was trying to put together a group of investors to buy wcw. Did you think that was a positive thing at the time. Or had you lost confidence in eric by two thousand. Well i mean no. It's it's it's a hard job you know that company for the longest time in its infancy. Everybody was happy with them. Just doing television and that being there weren't how shows being around. When i purchased a company it was just tv And it was one of those deals but he's you started adding more and more talent in order to pay for that talent. You gotta start running some album. That's and you know. There must've been five in decades. During the twelve years. I was there. There were in charge. But those were you know we never had a face to go with them because they were never around you know so it was almost like tissues boss that had a name tag to have could find him. He wasn't it where there is no way you could just set up a me. Somebody like that there. Were just so many things you know. The company flamed up so huge with the whole industrial thing and the company battling the end up bowl and all that it went from from mediocre to red hot and now headed and it was. It was just a frightening time really was. It's also frightening to see how low of a priority the program is nitro is going to be preempted for a david copperfield. Special on tnt. Not only that. But you're gonna miss shows for christmas and.
"2000" Discussed on ARN
"Couldn't do it without the founder of the four horsemen the hall of famer himself. The enforcer double a. Aren't anderson aren't how are you man. I'm who this morning to how to do that. Am i getting that thing. You do your got it down. Pat scott to bear is by the way. You have no idea what we're doing if you're not watching an ad for shows dot com aren't and are getting and the rhythm of donnelly doing audio podcast but it's a video cast now you can watch the video early ad free of red free shows dot com and today. I'm really looking forward to seeing the video on you. Discuss and try to defend if that's even possible star k. Two thousand twenty year anniversary on december seventeenth so the mci center washington dc washington dc stories. On oh well believe it or not. Been the fact that law a to take public transportation to get down to washington. Dc to the arena. And that's how they came to the show and then a lot of tom. We had to regulate the ending of a show to accommodate public transportation. Going the other way that something. Nobody ever thought about betcha. No i haven't and it was just that one market in particular than it was very important. And you know this you had to accommodate and we had to short shows and all kinds of things they were you know once again people that go through all that and actually get on a bus to come downtown or train or whatever. It may be to go to a wrestling match. Our rabid four-star fans. That's all i can say and applaud them doing that over the years. It just really shows alty individual stories. We always went back to baltimore if we were flying out. They didn't stay in. Dc often so many stories from their other than i think over the years. I have very successful shows. I just wouldn't have put one so strongly about thanksgiving and greensboro. And all that. I wouldn't have put this show in that town. It's just may well. This is a big deal. You know star cade. Two thousand is the very last stark aid. And unfortunately you're not able to wrestle on this one We've we've recently reviewed over that. Free shows dot com your last big pay per view match. Which was halloween havoc ninety six. So you weren't on stark eight ninety six ninety seven ninety eight or ninety nine Because you out of the ring but even in ninety five. You weren't on the show. So i think my last memory of you being a star cade At least in the ring was ninety. Four when you were challenging. Johnny be bad for the television championship by ninety four. The balloon was sort of off the rose for star cade. Would you agree with that. It was just less special ninety four. Oh absolutely For me the whole you know the company had that'd be. cw had lost all earmarks of lack. The old end of you think it was even recognizable by that point in time by the way. If you're the the noise in the background aren has an army of landscapers doing his bidding. You've probably figured out that what aren't does bass spawned busters and ddt's So since we've been recording This month you've had your entire house remodeled inside now. Painters working around the clock. what now what. Now we're having to grounds believe mrs Anderson refers to it. The grounds are being manicured. Okay and if you go back to some of our previous podcasts. You will recall that. I might have been the only human being the only american born here. Educated here cut his yard grandmother yard where they actual push mower. You recall that. I used to push mower. Don't know no motor. I'll i recall blades. Gotcha gotcha i'm with you and until you've cut half acre grass is overgrown because you put it off course. We're going to baseball pract. Cut that with a true push mower. You want appreciate the fact that i said to erin if we ever make any money ever. I'm going to get people to do the yard through cutting grass as it were. It turned out made a couple bucks have along crew. So you don't set the saying that even though i am rigali in my empire right now look around looking. Pretty good yeah. I'm not lazy. Thank you relate z. Just you know pointing out the fact that you're a man of means you're man of leisure and have these days. I'll wish that was the case. However let's just say that. I have experienced professionals in every aspect of my life your professional. I'm conducting myself in this aspect. My yard work either..
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"Is there anything else you WANNA touch on before we wrap up I know I mentioned. This would be a shorter episode and that's partially my doing because. I'm a little behind odd reading. Yeah and I mean this is not. This really does feel like a short story or not. Even it doesn't even have I would say like all the complexities that the body does like the the body. Which I think is maybe this long. Probably a little shorter has so much more going on in it. This is for all the complexities. The still feels like a pretty simple story. I think the only thing that I really wanted to bring up was a how interesting and Different. The supernatural stuff feels in this sits very much into king by how it's portrayed, and like the casual doubt that is given to it so much of the time until like the last part of the book is just thought that was. Interesting direction for him to go in especially within this kind of a story both in format and content. Yeah, this was definitely an interesting one around, not my favorite thing, not my least favorite thing, either so that's always good and I've really enjoyed just getting to experience all of these things chronologically because it helps you kind of get a sense of where king has gone as a writer over the years. Yeah, Oh, yeah, and you can see such a difference between you know. This work or The last one. We covered the girl who loved Tom Gordon. and. It, or the stand or carrier, and so and so forth can he really does? He really has grown, and is uses his vast resources. As a writer is in. He can get whatever he wants published. He doesn't just keep. He's not like a Tom Clancy James Patterson Regis keeps putting out the same thing over and over and over again, like which is also fine, totally fine, totally fine. No John on those writers for people who enjoy them. But. He keeps pushing experimenting and trying new things and I think that's probably why he stayed. Such a successful author because He. Keeps going and keeps like How can I challenge myself this time around I? Think is what he does. So it's always interesting, because you never quite know what you're going to get with the new Steven King. Book, you could get something like joy land. or Mr Mercedes or something, which are much more lake, classic mystery novels protocols yet thank you. Or you can get doctor sleep. Yeah, so it's always just so up in the air keeps things interesting. That is for sure. Yes exactly awesome while Katie. Thank you so much for coming on for a quick chat about this one. You will be back at some point. I'd have to look at the spreadsheet to know exactly when, but you're always going to be back at some point. Yes, always, it's the best, so thank you so much for having me and if you guys want to read it, I would say it's worth your time. Give it a chance, and it's free exactly, and it's a free little thing that you can read in snippets. It won't feel like it won't feel like. It's something that you're missing out on. On by not being able to sit down and just keep in just plow through it exactly all right that does it for this episode of Chad Cemetery. You can support the podcast on patriotic for a dollar a month. You'll get thank you on the show for two dollars. A month I will send you a chat cemetery sticker, and if you want to follow us on social media, you can so at chat cemetery on twitter, instagram and facebook you could also rate and review the show. That's a huge help, and as always thank you for listening, and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
"2000" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"We got somebody peeing your always in every book I swear. It's a running theme. Yet. It's like how Tom Cruise runs. In every single. One of his movies are has to be that shot of him running very heroically. That's a good one too much grocer. I would have liked more character development and I wonder if we would have gotten. That had this book Ben published or this story. Maybe it would have just been in like one of his like as the Novella in. A collection or something I could see that like I wonder if we would have gotten more character development if he hadn't published it this way. Yeah, I do like it when authors. With their formats, though because I think by this point, king was in a very good position to try something new and wall. He has mostly stuck to the same kinds of releases. You have your novels. You have your short story collections. You have something like if it bleeds, that's a novella collection, and you have these basically three different types of books that we've seen king released the Green Mile, being the one serialized exception and that even. Even at the time seemed pretty experimental for him and for the publisher because it was kind of like okay, you know he needs to crank these out, so we can release them. It's not like he wrote the whole thing all at once, and they just chopped it up. It was a throwback experiment because that stuff is how a lot of books are written, and like the eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds they were written as. CHAP, books or released in parts in the newspaper, or whatever so this, though it feels kind of like ads, but also different. Yeah, that's how it started when he had star working on it in the eighties, he sent them out as chat books, and he was like sending those instead of sending people. Christmas cards which kind kinda funny. You know those are worth million dollars. At least Oh, yeah, I kind of looked around out of curiosity and when the publisher actually physically released these back whenever they did that. You cannot find. The is in a physical copy now, but you know like you said you have yours all in a binder. Print it out, so you technically can make it a physical copy if you really want to. Just won't be bound book. Right exactly. Yeah, my one of my friends got it printed, and then put it in a like, so it's like a book. That has a ring binder like. Works it's fine. It's easily readable, so that's all I. Ask of it so. 'cause I don't I'm not one to read on tablet unless it's a comic book. I think you could still read them pretty easily on a computer. If you if you were reading them like as installments because they're pretty short like this is six parts emits like two hundred seventy pages. What my copy comes to, and that's single sided. So, it's like an. It's the size of A. Thick trade paperback I would say, but I feel like I was surprised at the end of every chapter part or whatever I was like. Oh, it's over already. Yeah, it was a very fast read for me to and I was reading it on my Ipad I download the PDF, and actually looked like it was formatted perfectly fine, which I find does not happen super often with PDF's when you put them. Them like on the kindle APP or something. They're like all Janke and I was like okay. This one actually looks nice. So I was able to get through it much faster than I anticipated. Because sometimes when the formatting historic offer like e book copies just struggle so hard to get through it, because it's like they'll have a watermark for advance copies in the middle of us. And what are you doing? Now I have to use context. Figure out what the says that doesn't work all the time. That feeling to read some I've read stuff like that Jerry periodically. and yeah sometimes get an e book that I need or whatever am I? Really I. Think you may be needed to spend a little more on your format. Whoever did your formatting, but it doesn't surprise me. That king would say like here. Make this look nice needs to be readable I. don't care about anything else. Just make sure people can read it. And I think one of the other things. This story does well on I. Don't have too terribly much to say about this I enjoyed it, but it wasn't something that really stood out to me outside of the format. You know because he does such great character work. A Lot, but with John as you see his sort of downward spiral, I think that was one of my favorite parts of the story where he's just getting more and more obsessed and he thinks you know. This lady's name is really the writer and he turns out to be right if I'm not mistaken. It was and I think how it skews in the end because I really felt because we've not getting as much character development. I was at a loss, okay. How were these people going to be affected by this plant? And how is it gonNA turn out and then at the very end? You know they're talking about like. They are all in on this game and it's just. Bad.
"2000" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"Everyone chat cemetery back as as Katie. Schaefer today we're talking all about the two thousand unfinished novel from Stephen King called the plant. It's one that I think. Most fans who are really into the idea of reading everything. He's ridden in have probably heard about, but maybe not for your sort of everyday average Stephen King Fan I had no idea this existed until I started creating the spreadsheet for this podcast and Katie I know this was one where I was kind of like. Like I. Don't know if anyone's GONNA WANNA. Talk about this one. Yeah I'd heard about it I. Think I remember when he was releasing this on his website and Oh God. What was that like two thousand something? Yeah! July two thousand six, when he's published as an e book and I was like Oh, that's interesting. The plant Ta I wonder what kind of plant he means, but then I just never got to it, so this is my first time reading it and. On Asleep Cana liked it. If I was surprised at how how interesting it was almost immediately like once I got about. Four or five pages in I was like I wanna know what's going on here. I think it took me a little longer to get into it and I think that's just because I have been a little behind in my reading to be honest and I'm kind of like okay gotta power through these next few books here and the funny thing with this. This one is he actually started writing this in the eighties and he wrote a few parts in like eighty, two, eighty, three and eighty, five, and I think this version in two thousand and changed a little, but it's very much like he wanted to release it in a similar way to how he released the Green. Mile. Yep. That's what I felt to. Has. Felt another like one of his experiments in storytelling in both format and release type because he this is all most entirely in epistolary novel. It's all letters and notes and memos. In that kind of thing. There's no typical like just taxed right of writing. So I? Thought that worked pretty well with how pro worked exceptionally well. If you're reading it as an e book installment on your Computer but it still works even though I have like a print out copy that I got so yeah, and initially you had to pay for this. You don't have to. If you go to Stephen King's website right now, which if I'm being honest looks like it hasn't been updated in quite a while, but it is functional I guess you know I could go there. I could find the plan I could download parts one through three and four through six, but it does still remain unfinished. So that was something that was interesting to me and. Honestly when I first made the spreadsheet I saw that and I was like. Do I want to cover something that's unfinished, but because it's still almost three hundred pages long. I felt like there was enough there to justify at least talking about. Even if it's just you know one of our shorter episodes here I agree 'cause it's it's interesting for him and it kind of taps into something a little different that we that he hasn't necessarily done before I mean all of his books are a little different, but this one I think. I I really enjoyed how different it was and I think it. It kind of wraps up. It doesn't leave you completely unsatisfied, right? It's more. It's more like one of his leg ending you her. The feeling you get at the end of one of his shorts, you know where? It feels like it's supposed to be leaving you wanting more as opposed to getting that Cathartic conclusion, he usually does. So. Let's talk about are. Basically, two main characters and John and Carlos because Carlos detweiler is this writer who finds the Zenith Publishing House, and then you know the editor John. He kind of feels like this guy is a crackpot and his manuscript is a little weird, because it's sort of about magic, but then there's these very realistic photos, and it just starts him going down this sort of. Rabbit hole eventually to figure out what's kind of going on with this and Carlos just keeps coming back and coming back and coming back, and you get this push and pull between these two characters. Even though like you said, this isn't your typical kind of novel. It's a very different format. Yes, it is like having it. Just be this you know letters and. And diaries, stuff makes it so that there's not nearly as much character shut nearly quite as much character. Development is king usually gets. We get inside their heads, because generally think the majority of it is is diary entries by the end of the book? At least certainly, the second half of book is far more diary entries than it is like memos and letters and. So that allows us to see a little bit more. Who these people are but. Since we're not like floating along in their heads through the events that are happening like he's very limited in. How much he can give us that he normally doesn't have to deal with those limitations and. I, liked that it's in the format because I like reading those kind of books and it was interesting. How many different kinds of correspondences includes allows the world. Delight spread a little bit. You know we get to see some Carlos Book which is boy. Low nutty, and then you get to find out about John's relationship with his. Ex girlfriend through the letters. He's writing her, and and so you kinda get to see. That's how we get to see the different sides of people and so I liked. How did it how did that? Yeah I really just like. How he portrayed these characters through these various means of communication, and the fact that he began working on this again in two thousand, but it still very reflective of this eighties kind of communication. You know you have these interoffice memos. They're not emails or anything. Yes, two thousand was still a little early for that. Maybe, but you get a sense that this was just a totally different time, and the way of communicating was completely different in the office space, right? They're all using typewriters. No one's using a computer none. None of this is printed out like the when especially when John Talking about reading through the manuscripts because they'll being an editor, he's just you get bits of books. He read through them and decide if you want to publish them right. And he talks about some of them being pencil, and they go into the detail about what kind of font and carrier typewriters, all of these different people are using, and it doesn't really strike me until that point, which is pretty late in the book, Oh yes posed this. This was during the time of no computers. Now would have been using that especially in like such rundown place, they still would have been typing away quickly on their on their old typewriters, and obviously in two thousand. You would have had computers you know. My parents had a computer when I was growing up, and they certainly had you know bulkier computers back then, but I think..
"2000" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
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"This was like a really weird time where we had. There's something about Mary which I think brought women into acceptable body humor and this was an extension of that just happened to be Cameron Diaz but it was this time period period where it was like oh it's okay girls can make Dick Jokes and still be funny and cute and sexy and that's where it gets with hers because she's body. She's allegedly sexy and she's completely oblivious to saying things like that. She's supposed to be the dumb one also in this yeah no. I get that like she doesn't realize she's making these sexual innuendo. She's not dumb per se because she won jeopardy and she is described as brilliant by Charlie in the opening but she's dumb. She's the blonde when it comes to men. She's not articulate. Yes she's unaware that she's turning men on and she's unaware of what to do when she finds a guy and wants turn him on. She does not know how to use her sexiness as well as the other two whereas Lucy Liu apparently knows how to use her sexiness but doesn't know how to use her oven. As the've repeated joke here is that she can't cook to the point where she's going to be making a souffle and my wife is just like when's it. GonNa Fall into the joke but yeah she's making rock-hard. Muffins like we see this muffing toss through a wall and she's disappointed. People won't eat them. Have a little self awareness like if you're muffin is going through drywall. You should be eating eating that and that's what I'm saying like okay. These are jokes but they're not very sophisticated. They're aiming very young. It feels like Oh there's not sophisticated humor or anything in this movie absolutely not I think a lot of the humor comes from bringing in a comedic actor while all of our actresses have done comedy before they've also done some drama and things things but bringing in Bill Murray here who is known for his comedy to me. He's the biggest star in this film. I mean Cameron. Diaz has made a lot of money but she she was an up and comer drew barrymore had been famous than wasn't and was coming back. We've already discussed Lucy Liu but bill. Murray is a huge star to play Bosco awesome yeah. I don't know where he was at this point in his career. I hear now. He just has a phone line and you have to know a secret number to call him. If you want them to do a role that has always been the case. They didn't even know if he was. GonNa show up on stripes. Oh really okay. He's always been a Prima Donna then unreliable. He'll say he'll do your movie but leave you hanging and when you start filming you're just crossing your fingers. He's GonNa the show up. That's hilarious. That was the case here too. They like had somebody else in the wings in case Murray didn't show up to play Bosley. Who Do you hire it as has the standby for Bill Murray in case he doesn't show up Joel Murray Brian Doyle Murray now. I can't remember who they had but I do remember Mickey discussing sweating sweating it out at this time and he was doing a bit more posh films rushmore had come out by this point and that was seen as a big career return for him. Yeah Rushmore was I think a big one and before that the last thing I think really paid attention to amend was ninety six kingpin the fairly brothers I know..
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"Opening starring someone I he did not remember in this movie at all. Ll Cool J. Yeah. I don't remember a whole lot about this film. Remember Crispin Glover. He's GonNa drive a race car and there's a scene that I remembered because of my mom's reaction we saw this but one thing I do remember is this really did feel like a mission. Impossible parody will get the whole scene going into the server server room and all that so as soon as L. Cool Janet. Remember him being here. I'm like okay. That's one of the angels in a mass yeah. I just remember that mission impossible by on this film it had the same Makeup Cup guide to. I think there was some fun playfulness with those masks off the Tom Cruise film and it might have been reinforced by the fact that they lost their actress attending Newton mission impossible to yeah. We're GONNA find out that. Ll Cool J. is really one of the angels and what this guy's got. A bomb strapped to them so they got to get him out of the plane but if feels like there's way more effort at times. I we'll talk about some of the green screen in this but at times feels like make g's working real hard to do something really scorsese up this film. We'll get this opening shot following. Ll Cool J. around the plane and it's like a single. Take and you're seeing like you know all these little. I guess maybe funny funny moments going on on the side like a couple of the bathroom and the joined the Mile Club but putting way more effort than I would expect to see Charlie's angels film. It's cool that they do that. Single shot out of the plane they jump out of the plane. They still having cut presumably. There's actually two cuts did a breakdown of this on the DVD. There's a couple couple of camera tricks but it does make it look like a complete shot that was mccheese vision his first film yeah. He's GonNa have delusions of Scorsese. I guess at the beginning if they really did that that plane crash with the jump out the window yeah well. They opened the door. You don't open the door. midflight people get sucked out anything that wasn't like strapped strapped in. We get sucked out and it would probably create a fluid hammer. This is a fun opening. I mean L. O. J. Jumping out of a plane and then somebody else jumping out of a helicopter. You come down to Cameron Diaz in a tiny bikini on speedboats in front of a blue screen. It is the worst blues creed and at the end. They're going to be on the beach. I'm going to see him run into the ocean. I'm like Nice. Don't think Greenspan. I pay are not really on the beach. It looks so bad at times even when they're in real locations and is that intentional because when we watched the pilot last week some of the set backdrops were real bad oh yeah there's obviously painted backdrops in that pilot episode like embarrassingly looking baited sets so I wonder is this green screen stuff. That just didn't translate well video or is this intentionally the fake looking because they wanted to bring some of that humor of the original show. I mean this is a first time director TV property yeah I mean. I bet it was a hard. It sell it to say well. I need the tits to Jiggle in front of this screen. This was almost one hundred million dollar production really yeah wow okay so they. I had the money now I already put what twenty five million dollars of it towards salaries of actresses yeah that's where it seems most of it when but yeah we get this cold the open it reminds me of James. Bond films because this bomb never matters is just to show us these women kick some ass and save the day but you know what should matter sadder that mask. You don't bring this mission impossible style mask. You don't introduce that even the cold open to not bring it back at some point. I was shocked that they never wear a mask. Ask again to fool someone the one place they could have used it now that you're bringing it up. It's never bothered me but when they break into the place and Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore pretending to be men with some obvious. It's PAT facial hair. YES NASCAR would've been more believable for that than what they had going on but it's never bothered there'd be because this is called. Opening does have very little to do with what comes later I agree. It's just weird like that movie logic. Though you introduce a mask in the first act you gotta to bring that back and especially because they are going to do so much mission impossible stuff. Is there really a place where no it's just a gag. I guess at the beginning that this big black man is really dylan. Drew Barrymore little white girl more important to me than the mask is the stilts that had to have been involved for that wash bodysuit. He's a big guy like look. I got a lot complaints about the wire at work and the green screen but I'll give him drew barrymore could be. Ll Cool J. my question. Is this a parody. Is this a parody of mission impossible and the action films of the dime the wire food that was becoming popular and the John Woo style. Do we judge this as an action filmed. The tagline was get some action or is this just supposed to be a comedy of fun comedy where taking it seriously and wondering about. Chekhov's mask is over analyzing yeah. I would never say to take this film seriously. I don't think the film wants the audience to do that. Do think this is more. It's an action comedy. I we'll be talking about Jackie. Chan later with rush hour for platinum level donors but I do feel like you watch Jackie Chan like his best Hong Kong films. They are comedies like you think think of it as doing crazy stunts and Phuc but they're action comedies. You're supposed to laugh a lot of the time. Adam and I feel this movie is working in that same realm where it's supposed to be more funny me than adrenaline charging but I think the Adrenalin is there when they jump out of the window and Motley crews livewire starts playing there really the bringing in a lot of heavy metal glam metal dance music fast paced UPTEMPO stuff to get your adrenaline going yeah. We're going to get project. Smack your bitch up. I'm like wow that's taking me back to the turn of the millennium but so much of this music just because we're talking about it like it does feel like they had a database database of songs and they just type in keyword angel at Angel in the title. They probably used it in this of course. Why wouldn't you do it repeatedly repeatedly when prodigy does come on. I'm like wait. This doesn't have the word angel in it. I'm shocked. They're easy song. Wake me up before you go. I love rock and roll. I want money I I did. They're kind of building off. What Drew Barrymore had with the wedding singer. Aren't they going back to a lot of eighties hits. Yeah we're GONNA get Barracuda and this it's all over the place at from this cold hold open we then have the TV opening with Charlie giving his monologue of three bright talented young women and we get to see how different they Dr Drew Barrymore was a punk rebel with a broken arm smoking in the bathroom and flipping off the camera and Cameron Diaz was adore with braces who drove onto wheels than one a bunch of money on jeopardy and Lucy Liu. I can't figure out she's an equestrian astronauts. She's rich. Yes she was. She's a rich spoiled pampered person. Yeah and I'm thinking specialties like each girl's. GotTa have her specialty. I'm kind of thinking. This is telling me okay the stunt driver. I Dunno someone that's good with horses and a rebel. They don't really go into specialty territory here which is weird because Alex Lucy lose characters. It seems to be the computer demo expert. She's the one cut and all the wires and acting. I think that they have specialties. That just aren't all that well defined they. They all can fight. They all can go undercover. They can all showoff their bodies to distract the enemy men but I do think Alex is more. The techie and Natalie is more driver and Drew Barrymore is maybe it's because she's the producer but I kind of feel she's the leader to she's the one planning the ops yeah and I also thought she was more into the different logistics of things to you know. She's also the tomboy though we'll see them. Go to a drive drive-thru. She'll be like three burgers three five three shakes. What do you want you know. I think she's supposed to have that kind of energy. Whatever woman you like whatever fetish you have above one of these three should fit yeah blonde. Brunette redhead White Cameron Diaz Hispanics. You've got that last name. She's actually Cuban okay Latin. I'll put it that way Asian yeah. It's got it all like leather core sets US everything but I do wonder about Dylan's story arc in this like we'll see Natalie Adderley. She's dreaming of being a dancer and she's really kind of a Klutz in real life and Alex has issues with her boyfriend Matt. Leblanc is a struggling actor. I guess you'll always play Joey a struggling actor and she's having a hard time like revealing who she really is. I don't really know Dylan. Story ARC is here like she sleeps with Sam Rockwell Rockwell. We get a little bit more her backstory in part two and I got the feeling like she just didn't get one either. Drew wanted to focus on the others or they're saving something back. I didn't know if they knew they were getting a sequel but we do get more of hers in the Second One. You have blown my mind that you remember the second one I do not. I'm like what what I've never seen the second. What do you guys want to know about it I can. I haven't even seen it recently. I it's probably been US sometime. This year comes to Charlie's. Angels recent is much different. We measurement for Marjorie. It's a matter of weeks. I think the ARC is very vague but it has something to do with Tom. Green or as he calls himself here the Chad Chad which would be so in the news. We would be when this movie came out about three weeks before a hanging. Chad was all over the news. I was wondering Yeah Weird this lined up with the has this election joke but I guess it was right before that spoiler. I think there are divorced by the time the second one came out and there's no Chad in the second one just just like there'd be no. Tom Green career in three years but at the beginning she's like makeup smeared waking up in the chads boats and he's like was it the food was a at the was it the Chad and I think it might be the checks. He keeps calling her starfish and she goes yeah. It was the Chad later on going to say the Chad is wonderful after sleeping with Knox and realizing she's attracted to the wrong guy. Maybe maybe okay maybe she realizing she used to settle down with a nice guy who cooks her breakfast not the kind of hot guy who shoots her out a window but none of them have arc's per se the character development here seems to be around them much like the TV series you're supposed to. I think be able to come in in part to and not have a lot of questions about part one John. I mean Cameron. Diaz loves to dance around her apartment and boy pants in the first scene and loves to dance in front of People Midway through the movie. Let me ask you a question about that scene because yes. She's dancing around in her underwear. She dreams about being a seventies. Do the Hustle Type Dancer Weird. I think she just wants to be in big dance numbers. I mean she did that in the mass. She had a big swing number but maybe she's pining for those dish. She's a dancer that's right. She is a dancer in that one. She's a dancer in real life. I think that helps with a lot of the wires yeah yeah. She's a dance. She's a train dancer. Okay I was not aware that this film when it comes to its level of Julius or sexiness and I feel like it's going to really work for thirteen year old boy or thirteen year old girl who's into girls. I don't want to exclude anyone in this day and age. It worked very well for certain twenty five year old boy. Okay okay see that working for a twenty year old. I just watching it now. I'm like when I think about and look these are just weird false memories. I have with the original. Charlie's angels talked about it. Last time I watched that pilot and I watched a couple episodes. When I was a kid but my impression it was just had a little bit more sophistication sophisticated Decatur sexiness and this is like hey stick something in my slot anytime and it's like this is the kind of humor we're doing. This was like a really weird time where we had. There's something about Mary which I think brought women into acceptable body humor and this was an extension of.
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"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..
"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.