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How Jerome Corsi Helped Get Donald Trump Elected

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 2 d ago

How Jerome Corsi Helped Get Donald Trump Elected

"Was it that you were working, you know, if you're an investigative journalist, you write books. How were you involved to help Trump get elected? In other words, in what capacity were you involved in that? I was reporting for world net daily. It was writing articles. I was following the campaign. I met Roger Stone early on in the process, like in February that year as I recall, 2016. And we just started working together. Roger would ask me what about this issue? What about that issue? Could you help me write this? And so I worked with him. I wanted Trump to be elected. So a sense I was in the FBI's. You always a political operative now because I'm helping. I'm just really figuring things out and reporting and telling Roger Stone what I figured out. And evidently, Rogers relaying them to Donald Trump. Yeah. Trump's followed me for a long time. I've known Trump since really the 80s when he owned the Plaza. I had a long career in financial services, and about lived in the Plaza hotels of VIP guests for several years. And he owned it and he knew me, but not well. But he knows who I am. We're not friends. We don't talk, but the FBI had this idea. That I had a source that gave me the information from Julian Assange to pass, and if they could get my source, they could prove the Russian collision. Collusion. When I refused to take their plea deal, Mueller's case fell apart. I broke Miller's back by refusing to lie. Now,

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Jerome Corsi Discusses the Julian Assange Emails

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Jerome Corsi Discusses the Julian Assange Emails

"Here in the studio with Jerome corsi and I want to talk about your new book, but I want to continue the conversation just so people understand who you are and the hell you have been through, but that God delivered you. And I'm being blunt. God delivered you and you know that and you say that. But you're helping us track how this all went down. So in 2016, Julian Assange is rattling the cage of the democratic establishment and letting them know I've got your secret emails. I know what you've been up to. What did you think he had? In other words, it's one thing to say, I think he has the emails of John Podesta. And by the way, I don't know how he gets these emails or whether this is ethical. That's a separate conversation. But what did you suppose that he had? Well, we got to Italy. I wrote Roger Stone, some emails. And I made it sound like I had a source. Word is that this is what I figured out exactly what was going to be in the emails. I predicted the Podesta was going to say things like Hillary sick. Because a bad campaigner, like the weave stolen campaign funds and lied about it, and we've done it through violating the FEC rules. I laid out 6 or 7 things I knew were going to be in these emails. I had not seen them. This was all speculation on my part. Well, when the, of course, the FBI had been surveilling me and unaware of this, but they had all my emails. Now why would the FBI be surveilling you? Because they hated Donald Trump from the very beginning, as soon as the emails were stolen, Hillary said the Russians did it, and Hillary started during the 2016 campaign laying the groundwork that the Russians were in cahoots. And we now know, in case you're not tracking folks, we now know that Hillary Clinton's campaign chose this narrative that we

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Hillary Clinton Committed Espionage, Received No Punishment

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 4 d ago

Hillary Clinton Committed Espionage, Received No Punishment

"Hillary Clinton who ran for president in 2016 Who was Secretary of State who was the United States center former First Lady a lawyer She decided to set up a private server in our own home In New York In order to specifically evade the federal act that protects government property And she set that up on the slide and all kinds of information went through there Including classified information In violation of the espionage act James Comey who would let lighter violate federal law when it came to documents Am I humble opinion She violated federal law and his infamous press conference But said no prosecutor would bring a case of this sort Hillary got a pass

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The Left Never Want Republicans to Challenge Elections Ever Again

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

The Left Never Want Republicans to Challenge Elections Ever Again

"Now why are they going after various state legislature even shaking them down for documents and information Why are they doing that Because they do not want Republican legislators in Republican legislatures ever Ever Exercising their constitutional power or even what they think might be their constitutional power To ever again challenge a Democrat court a Democrat governor or the so called election of a Democrat prisoner This is all one side you never saw anything like this after 2016 Ever Never But this is really quite remarkable What's taking place here

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Kurt Schlichter's Completely Unfiltered Take on the DOJ and the FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 6 d ago

Kurt Schlichter's Completely Unfiltered Take on the DOJ and the FBI

"Kurt schlichter is here to help us unpack the raid on Mar-a-Lago Kurt. Here's what I'm trying to understand, why do you believe Merrick Garland has remained silent on the raid? Is there some Discord within DoJ why the silence from the attorney general? Well, it's all part of the plan, Charlie. Look, people keep treating this as if it's some sort of legitimate activity. And you have these soft Frito con senators like what we need to wait to see what evidence they have. Hey, dummy. Have you been a sweets since 2016? These guys have spent the last 6 years trying to frame the president. You think suddenly they're on to something? You think now they finally struck painter? Oh, he took a classified document with him in his files. Oh, we got him now because classified material. Next, you can't have that nail the memo went out. It's a crime again. Look, he's not saying anything because the purpose of this is to intimidate conservatives. It's to try and drum up a reaction from conservatives and conservatives have been taking in general the proper approach. They're not young about torches and pitchforks. Instead, they're focusing on cold and relentless fury. And they will take their revenge. The correct way at the ballot box. And then with brutal and ruthless oversight of these petty fascists. So they remain silent or he speaks, it's all irrelevant because it's all a lie.

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Using the Raid to Prevent Pres. Trump From Running for Office Again

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | Last week

Using the Raid to Prevent Pres. Trump From Running for Office Again

"McCarthy did a nice piece over at newsmax. About why the feds, why the deep state could use this, this raid as the starting point as the foundation for their effort to prevent president Trump from ever running for office again. Now CNN reported Monday that the raid was related to the handling of presidential records, including classified documents. NBC News reports, the search warrant was connected to the national archives. Mark Elias, Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign general council, took to social media following the rate and posted that the media is missing the really, really big reason. Look, they're not look, they have no qualms about telling you what this is really all about. So again, and we have the Bernie Carrick, is that what we're hang tight, hang tight there. So Mark Elias is saying that there's a much bigger story here. And why the raid is a potential blockbuster in American politics. And then he tweeted a copy of U.S. code title 18 section 2071. Okay, what the heck is that all about? Well, here's what it says. There's a paragraph that says anyone having the custody of any such record proceeding map book document paper or other thing willfully or unlawfully conceals removes, mutilates, obliterates falsifies or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned and here we go and shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States.

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Rep. Troy Nehls' Message to Apathetic Voters

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:48 sec | Last week

Rep. Troy Nehls' Message to Apathetic Voters

"Question to you, congressman. What is your message to those who say, after 2016, that's it. We're done. I'm not voting. They stole it and they're going to steal it again. I'm getting out of politics. What's your message? I think the message is very important and very clear. We saw what we had under Donald Trump four years of just great leadership, holding our adversaries in check with China and Putin. And now we have nothing but a spineless president and look at inflation gas prices. We have a crisis at every corner. Donald Trump, I thought did a very good job handling COVID. So we need to get back to that Donald Trump leadership. And he can say this country. He truly can. And you need to get out there and vote in November of 2024. You need to get behind the party. The party needs to get and united behind one individual. And the only individual right now that can save this country and my opinion is Donald J Trump.

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Established Republicans Want MAGA Candidates to Lose

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:49 sec | Last week

Established Republicans Want MAGA Candidates to Lose

"The establishment Republicans, do you know what success looks like for them right now? They want the maga candidates to lose in November to say, I told you so, you should have nominated people like Mitt Romney. They would love nothing more than to see Blake masters lose, JD Vance lews, Carrie Lake lose. They would love that. It will vindicate them. They'll feel good about themselves. And guess what? They're going to do whatever it takes to help make that happen. But now we need all hands on deck everybody. That means tuning into this program, tuning into war room with Bannon. That means knocking on doors, registering voters, giving the money that you can. We can not outsource our activism because guess what, the traditional Republican establishment infrastructure is going to sit this one out. In fact, they might actively help some of the Democrats.

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Republicans Could Really Be on the Cusp of Something Great

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last week

Republicans Could Really Be on the Cusp of Something Great

"And if some of you are skeptical with all of the results coming in in Arizona, but now you see the result, just trust me with this every single one of these candidates can win. Your artist is starting to see the chattering of some people in the center right media. Maga candidates can't win. That is nonsense. How many times do we have to prove that thesis wrong? If you have a charismatic articulate, wise. Candidate. That understands the issues. They will win. If they stand on principle, Myra Flores one in the Rio Grande valley being a strong border hawk conservative, not pandering to the middle. But instead, holding the line, maga candidates swept the entire state of Arizona. Maga candidates swept in Missouri. Swept in Michigan. The Republican Party we've done our job. So what does that mean now going into November? We must acknowledge suppression polls, suppression polls. We must acknowledge we're going to be outspent and we have to get to work because this right here, this midterm election can be one of the most consequential not just for the country. I'm so tired of people saying that. Charlie, this is the most important election in my lifetime. I think 2020 actually was. I think this election is important in a different way. It's important to begin the process of a long term Republican Party takeover.

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Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last week

Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

"Want to start with where we're at. Carrie Lake has won the Arizona primary for governor. Maga candidates across the country are winning their primaries. This Republican Party is a grassroots party, ready to fight, ready to govern, ready to improve people's lives, ready to put their citizens first, but the pressure is now going to be on. And as we warned early in the week, the midterm elections are all but a certain thing. Democrats are adjusting. Democrats are going to outspend us, they control the media. They control social media, they control our election system, and they are going to be willing to cut corners at every single turn to try to get their preferred candidates across the finish line. The generic ballot is tightening, the generic congressional vote, according to Rasmussen reports, Republicans only lead by three points. Whereas a couple months ago, Republicans led by 15 points. We're seeing one race in particular that we endorsed in Washington, Joe Kent is only down by 1.8 points with lots of ballots still to be counted. Again, Kerry Lake Blake masters, all one in Arizona. However, as we look towards the midterms, Republicans only have a .1 lead if you average all of the generic ballot polls, a .1 point lead barely taking back the House of Representatives. Barely. And the U.S. Senate is a complete coin toss. It shouldn't be that way with inflation open borders, CRT woke as an anti americanism, war on American energy, it should be a complete blowout. Now some of these polls might be suppression polls and misrepresentations. You can usually add 5 or 6 to all these polls that's usually a good rule of thumb. But make no mistake. Democrats, they know they're going to lose, but their strategy right now is a very smart one. That's right. I'm saying the Democrats are using a smart strategy. They're basically saying we want to lose less. They know that midterms can be very hard. Joe Biden is deeply unpopular and Republicans will be outspent. At every corner. Now

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Rangers win 3-2 over WSox in debuts of 2 former 1st-rounders

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Rangers win 3-2 over WSox in debuts of 2 former 1st-rounders

"Mabry's valoria single home the tying run in the 7th inning to push the rangers past the White Sox three to two Texas became the first team since 1986 to have two of its first round picks make their big league debuts as starters in the same game 2016 pick Cole Reagan's allowed one unearned run over 5 innings 2017 first rounder Baba Thompson was one for three with a bunch single Brock Burke picked up the win with two scoreless innings helping the rangers end a 7 game home losing streak Losing pitcher Johnny cueto was reached for three runs at 11 hits over 80 innings I'm Dave ferry

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Republicans Seem to Be Trending Well With Hispanics Long Term

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:19 min | Last week

Republicans Seem to Be Trending Well With Hispanics Long Term

"The fact is that the long-term trends for the Republican Party seem good, it's the short term choices that seem pretty weak right now. Take an example. MSNBC Steve kornacki, who's a data analyst. He is pointing out that Hispanics are now voting Democrat by a margin of about 13 points. That is down from 38 points. Here's kornacki last night. One of the major stories to emerge from the 2020 election, it was the shift we saw in the Hispanic vote. Democrats still won the Hispanic vote in 2020. You can see by 21 points. But that was down 17 points from 2016. Hillary Clinton won the Hispanic vote by 38 Joe Biden by just 21 and you know what? The trend seems to be continuing in 2022. What you're looking at here, this is the average of every poll we've got out there that's been taken over the last three months that looks at the Hispanic vote. And you put them all together, Hispanics are now voting democratic by just 13 points. So from 38 to 21, now down in the 2022 midterm polling to a democratic advantage of just 13 points okay, that is very bad news long term for the Democrats who have relied very heavily on the Hispanic vote breaking extraordinarily largely in their favor, for example, senatorial gubernatorial and presidential elections. So the long-term trendlines with regard to Republican politics here are actually really, really good.

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Jack Posobiec and Charlie Discuss Arizona Voter Turnout

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Jack Posobiec and Charlie Discuss Arizona Voter Turnout

"Everybody, Charlie Kirk here with the great Jack posobiec. Thank you guys for tuning in today. Very important day here in Arizona, Jack welcome. Thank you so much. No, this is ground zero for the republic today. If we were going to take back the Republican, it starts in Arizona. So you're going to be sick of me telling you this, but you're going to hear it from Tyler Boyer, and then you're going to hear it from me. Turnout is low. Tyler's freaking out in our group chat. I can see it, yeah, and he's been out here since 6 a.m. and what's going on. Nobody's here. We need more people. By the way. So if you are in Arizona conservative, you got to go vote, get your friends to do the same Tyler believes that turnout is so low that this means that maga candidates up and down the ballot will lose. He said, if this continues and this is the slow drip, then we're going to get blown out. Here's the thing. The issue that the issue that you're talking about is complacency. And this is a broader question for the midterms nationwide too. Is that we keep saying red wave, you and Blake talked about this yesterday. If you keep saying red wave red wave red wave, everything's fine. Everything's fine. Well, okay, but you have to actually go out and make it happen. Yeah. So just assume that that's not going to happen. Put that aside and say, okay, what can I affect action action action for the war room audience? Go out there and make a plan. And then by the way, if you know that you're going to vote, go and do what we used to do in 2016, we called it maga three X and what is maga three X? That is, you make a plan to bring yourself and you find three people, three people that maybe they're in your family that weren't planning to vote and you make sure that either you bring them with you if people hear you. You can do 5 if you want to go 5. In the group chat of one guy that I know really well, just moved here and he's like, hey Charlie, you know, what do you think about all this? Aren't the elections corrupt? I said, if we're going to keep being friends, you got to go vote. You literally texted me a video of him voting for Blake masters and voting for Kerry Lake. I was like, Charlie's constantly spamming the group chat. Just so you guys know, it's constant.

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'Trump's Think Tank Prepares to Betray Him' With Chris Buskirk

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

'Trump's Think Tank Prepares to Betray Him' With Chris Buskirk

"Chris Bosco, welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me. Well, first things first, thank you for publishing Navarro's article, which was a bliss ring. I read most of it out on air yesterday. Trump's think tank prepares to betray him. This is about the America first policy institute. We just had Peter on literally minutes ago. Two things. Why did you run that piece? And what has the response been since it ran Chris? Why do we run the people? Let me answer that question for well, I answer the second one first. The response has been voluminous. Let me say let me say that. It was it is the most widely read and shared piece that we published for quite some time. And I was just telling you in the break, I was got a bunch of phone calls, email text yesterday from people about that. And sort of across the spectrum too, and that kind of segues into the why did we run it? And that is really for the same reason that we started American greatness 6 years ago, which is at the time in the summer of 2016 and you know this story. We were not sure if president Trump would then get into Trump would win the election now. We wanted him to. But obviously couldn't see the future. We felt good about it, but what was really important was the America first agenda that he was articulating in a way that nobody had for a very, very long time. And so when Peter Navarro wrote this piece, wanting to wanting to defend that agenda and articulate what he saw as a threat to that agenda. We thought it was important that that get out there. Peter Navarro obviously and supporter of the president and somebody who worked for him. And somebody who looks at the America first agenda has really important to maintaining American prosperity. And so we thought it was important to publish that piece. And if people disagree with it, they're pre too, and by the way, they're free to say why they think he's wrong, but he has planted a flag there that I think is really important for the future of the American first movement and what we think is important in politics.

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Mullins 2-run single in 4-run 9th lifts O's over Reds 6-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mullins 2-run single in 4-run 9th lifts O's over Reds 6-2

"The Orioles are two games over 500 after scoring four times in the 9th inning of a 6 two win over the reds Cedric Mullins snapped a two two deadlock with a two run single Trade Mancini added an RBI single and Ryan mount castle followed with a sacrifice fly Anthony Santander had three hits for the birds including a game tying two run Homer in the 6th The reds didn't score after Joey Votto's two run blast in the first Baltimore is 16 and 7 in July and is short of consecutive winning months for the first time since May and June of 2016 I'm Dave ferry

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The Atlantic: How Six States Could Overturn the 2024 Election

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The Atlantic: How Six States Could Overturn the 2024 Election

"How 6 states could overturn the 2024 election The Atlantic Now look we're getting a lot of this Were the Democrats and their surrogates in the media Their professors and the rest of them are now laying the foundation for an argument that if the Republicans win In 2024 it's not legitimate Now it is they who did that in 2000 it is they who did that in 2004 it is they who did that in 2016 and they were all poised to do the same in 2024 Excuse me 2020 you may recall Well the mailboxes were all moved And you might remember it It was they who were attacking the voting machines and so forth And then when they announcements came and Biden was declared a winner they jena fled They turn on a dime And you see you can't talk about it anymore No Don't say anything Don't say anything Or you're part of the January 6 white supremacist militia

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Ari Fleischer: If Credibility Was Their Business, the Media Would Be Different

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: If Credibility Was Their Business, the Media Would Be Different

"You know I know we have had you on before and we've kind of touched on this But why do they not care I mean it is still a business You do have to get clicks and some still sell traditional newspapers It's still a business It's not a charity despite the government's efforts to try to make it a government entity Don't they see that people just don't trust them I mean they have to see the polls you and I see where less than 10% of Republicans take these people seriously anymore They've got to understand that credibility is their business and it's just getting flushed down the toilet If credibility was their business the media would be very different The activism unfortunately has become their business Look when I stood at that podium and you were a Secret Service agent it was a different world Back then the media was still liberal We all knew that but they would at least tell you their job was to be objective and be fair Most mainstream media have now thrown that out the window They enjoy being activists They enjoy being retweeted retweeted by a Hollywood star They enjoy the number of followers they have They want to get a contract with MSNBC or CNN Why else would CNN allow its anchors It's reporters to go on the air and just launch opinion after opinion Because journalism is no longer about telling the people what's going on it's become activists for a cause And that cause became figuring out fixing fixing what the American people did in 2016 when they chose Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton the press said that Trump was a threat to the republic and they needed to save the republic to hell with objective journalism And they became activists and I have so many chapters and some of the examples in my book especially at The New York Times where this younger class younger generation of social warriors have taken over newsrooms older reporters really don't know what to do with this But younger reporters don't even believe in objectivity and talent two sides of a story anymore

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Dick Morris Returns to Discuss Michelle Obama 2024

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Dick Morris Returns to Discuss Michelle Obama 2024

"Continue my conversation with the great dick Morris. I would never say the great dick Morris, if you were sitting in the room except, oh no, I've just said it and here he is. Dick Morris, you have a new book out, the return Trump's big 2024 comeback. We ended yesterday our conversation with you speculating that Hillary would end up being his opponent, what do you say to the idea which many have said that Michelle Obama would be put forward that she is just a film out now, Salem now dot com is carrying the film, which makes the case that she is a hide bound Chicago Marxist exactly like her husband, Barack. I think that's probably accurate. But she's also a rich one. And I think that the last time there was an issue of her running, she decided not to do it in 16. And I don't think that she's going to change, but she might. If she ran, she'd be the best candidate the Democrats could put up. But it wouldn't last long, because the issue, I don't think she could go toe to toe with Donald Trump, and if Trump is a walking encyclopedia of this stuff, but we'll see, I don't want to speculate. But the more likely scenario is Hillary, because as I was saying, before we broke, is that Sanders will jump out to the lead. And the democratic establishment will come to Hillary begging to stop Sanders, which is just what happened in the 16th. And in 20 with Biden, yeah, I'm sorry, it happened in 2016. Yeah. And in 20 with Biden, that's true. They went to Biden.

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"2016" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"2016, the wife of a rural Georgia police officer, is found inside a locked closet. Two shots have been fired from her husband's service weapon, her head resting on a pillow, the victim of an apparent gunshot wound. But what really happened inside that closet and in the hours and minutes before the shots rang out, people do things that don't make sense when under stress under dynamic situations, they're crumbling Marriage was no secret. The high school sweethearts. We're ready to call it quits, but was Jessica Boynton at the point of no return? Nothing in my mind said that she was suicidal in my mind. I knew she was upset and dealing with maybe some minute depression. But who wouldn't when your husband's cheating on you that would hurt anybody. What about the gunshots heard hours before her husband reported hearing shots had just laid down when that first shot went off. Fiance was like Sound like gunshots. What about the physical evidence Her hands were pristine and clean. There was no gunshot residue we found on her authorities may say that the investigation was complete the road exhaustive and it's led to this finding. I disagree with that, and many others do as well. I really believed that we would get justice. We haven't We haven't the officer's wife, a new podcast from vault studios, listen and follow this pod. Please share your drinking that beer like a boss. Is that? How are your uncle Heavy? Is that how he's insipid? Just take it by the can and just throw it down. Just in a paper sack, though, in a paper sack, fun fact about my uncle. He would always, uh, We always leave a couple of dollars behind everywhere. He went because he would always end up getting a beer. Somebody say, Hey, you want a beer or you want to be here? He's like, Yeah. He'd offer to pay and nobody would ever take the dollar $2.

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"2016" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"That we're left with with just having the guests about that. Because i think that's one of the things that makes it a not enjoyable. Bad movie is the fact that there's there's no particular problem with the screenplay aside said from the character elements that we talked about but like. There's no hokey dialogue. There's no ridiculously stupid. Turn in the middle. There's no there's no moment that makes you set up and go what it. There's no maximum overdrive element to this movie. Yeah yeah so so. I feel like i feel like there might have been a good script but even if there wasn't it it's at least competent one and that most of the most of the failures happen the execution. But i could be wrong. Maybe this is exactly how the script was written. And there's sierra character development script. I can't imagine that. I can't imagine how anyone would read something of napped and neglect the character development especially when the self assemble salt lake of complex plotting to get to. It's just moved from point. A to point b and get attacked by zombies. Ron move from point. Seed is d and then get attacked by zombies. Run you know. Basically the whole movie seeing this adaptation makes me very worried about the long walk. The the one thing with that though is have you watched a lot of edgar reitz homes. I have seen a few. But i wouldn't say i know a bunch of his work super well he's I think a really talented filmmaker. And you know he's done he's probably most Most people listening this would probably have seen sean the dad. You know he did that. Whole trilogy of movies. Hot fuzz is my favorite. You know with simon pegg nick frost and then he did Baby drive that. I have seen. Yes and man. Because yeah i watch all of the superhero movies breaking on ant man and i never saw scott pilgrim vs the world. But i know you know everybody. I know seems to love that movie so i think i think he leasts and edgar wright kinda had like a style you know he brings like some energy and so even if the long walks not great. It will at least feel like a movie plus. Yeah compared to this. Which doesn't get don't it's funny. Last time we talked or no. It was the time before that was the two thousand four tv adaptation of salems. Yes in just talking about how cheap and ugly. This movie looks sal. And how i don't feel any passion for it. I feel like we were very negative about that. Salem slot adaptation. And i would say that it's light years ahead of this agreed that they probably had less money for salem and others all the problems that we've talked about but at least felt like the people involved in that movie cared. They were trying to make a good movie. And i do not sell. I agree and i don't have a ton to say about this movie because not a whole lot happens. And that is very unfortunate but brad. Do you have anything else before we wrap up here. No not really he. And it is unfortunate. I feel like we just gotta retreaded the same ground over and over. But there's nothing to talk about like i said it's back and the fact that we haven't even mentioned in eastern ray tells you how how little of an impact they have even though you know ray goes and blows himself up and it's just like oh okay. He went crazy and that's kind of where they leave that at. And yeah a lot of this just did not work for me. I didn't even know to niece's name until you just said it. I hope denise it wasn't the buck probably was in. Her character is so minuscule in the movie that i it made note. She made no impression on me whatsoever. And that's kind of the movie as a whole. I think that that kind of it's it's again. It's it's bad in the most in mediocre of ways. Yep it's a bad bad movie not a bad fun movie and yeah it makes me wanna watch maximum overdrive which is wild to say. This movie was so bad we would rather watch a different movie. Raise red or something well to quickly wrap up with ratings here. I gave this a one out of five. Which kinda seem generous. Now that i think about it. Yeah yeah i would never do that. Even even movies. I usually dislike makes me like well. It's two stars same. I i liked this one scene where i appreciate what they were trying to do. But yeah just nothing here. Yeah this is about an hour and a half of our lives that we will never get back. I am so sorry. At least my curiosity was satisfied. I'd i'd been wondering about this movie. And now i now see i at least read the book. I and knowing that. I didn't care for the book as much but i still knew what could be accomplished with an adaptation having read it. I feel like you have the opposite viewpoint. Now to where you're going from something that's so bad. You can only imagine the books better. Yeah yeah i got. It actually does make me want to read the book just to compare but it is. It is interesting talking about it in in that respect in that direction of things that you having read. The book were disappointed that they didn't do the characters and to me coming in fresh and just feeling like the characters were nothing screen. It's like oh well that makes sense that they existed in a better for know. Yeah but like. I had no context for for anything in the movie. i think that's why i kept. Being confused. right character was a software developer until they got to his apartment are drawings. Is just yeah. Yeah it's definitely a. Don't watch this. Unless you really want to complete every stephen king adaptation which even i haven't done you know i gave up on the children of the corn movies after the third one you. I can't blame me for that. I think i feel like most people. Don't so that's why i let it slide. I was like you know what maybe one day. I will circle back to them. But i don't know anyone who has watched all eleven of them. I believe there are now but yeah yeah. It's so many feel like i have to watch them just as well if anyone is going to take on that challenge. Please let me know. Because i would like to her taint by that and you know sell not one. I think either of us would recommend but we watched it. It is done it is over with. I have somehow done to podcasts. On it now and i think i'm good. Can you can never talk about selling and the rest of your life and be fine perfect until someone re does it in twenty years. Well brad thank you so much and you will definitely be back on. I know we have some patriotic exclusive episodes that you'll be doing as well so thank you again and i'm sorry i always have fun at least talking about these things. Even if they're not fun bet watch same all right. That does it for this episode of chad cemetery. You can the podcast on on for a dollar a month. 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06:24 min | 1 year ago

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"This movie. I think the only memorable scene for me at least was when they had the zombies sleeping on the football field and tom clay get in that truck and drive over the bodies. That's like the only visual element that really stood out to me and it's happening at night though so it's pretty dark and you can't really see all that much of it but i thought that was at least interesting and it was like. Oh they're doing this thing and it kind of gets your attention again. But for the most part a lot of the characters just also didn't have anything to do. Most of the time like in the book jordan is much more helpful. Even though he's a kid you do get glimpses of that here and there in the movie but it felt like they just let everyone else. Take the back seat to john. Cusack and samuel l. jackson which makes sense but if you want to be a little more true to the source material. Alice and jordan have to be a much bigger part of this. Yeah yeah. I thought when when they introduced jordan i was like oh here. We go one of my favorite character. Amex the king revisits over and over again is is the surrogate parent. You know you've got in salem slot you've got Ben mears mark petri for instance love those relationships in and he comes back and he does that a lot as work and he always doesn't a different way and it always captivates me. It's always a great dynamic. And i was like oh great. That's what we're going to get here with klay enjoyed and then nothing just never went anywhere. Yeah i don't want to give away the ending of the book for you by any means but there's a very different feeling at the end of the book than the one you get here and here in the movie. I was just like okay. I don't really care. Yeah and it was an interesting idea. Spoiler alert plays trying to find his son. Who's gone to this place. That is supposed to be a safe place. But everyone else thinks is probably trapped by whatever is behind the signal to get people who are infected to go there and so clay is going to go anyway so he drives this truck. Full of c. Four out in pulls up and there's just hordes and hordes of zombies just circling the cell phone tower in the middle of nowhere and his sons there and he comes up and he sees his son. Hugs assign a mini hits the button on the cell phone with a minute blows up the van of four and blows up the tower and then it cuts to him and his son walking along a trail trying to me back up with the other survivors in his sons fine. Except that's actually going on in his head because he's now been infected by the signal on his just walking around in a circle with the other zombies our and that could have been a very very interesting ending. you know. there's there's a way that i think you can do that. Twist where you spend a little bit of time and you're like oh we had a happy ending and then it's like no you pull the rug out from under everyone. It was it was in his head. He's infected and the idea that like all everybody who's infected has something similar going on their heads and just kind of it almost becomes like it could become like an almost like a matrix type moment. You know where it's like. Oh gosh what is reality. It's everybody's living in their heads etc etc yanked out from under you or make it in big. Us like is this really happening or did he get infected. Like there's a. There's a lot of interesting ways you can do it. And they blow through it so fast and so surf. Assi that by the time you get to your credit. You're like what what the hell did. I even sat through the movie for that was the end and it felt really long to yeah. It was only an hour and twenty minute movie. I think and it feels like you're watching. Three hour fell which is not good off especially again just how it's like I feel like i'm sitting here all day. Just looking at all this ugliness. I think it was actually a little over an hour and a half maybe closer to our forty which explains why it felt even longer because you know i watched this roughly a week or two ago and i'm sitting here and i'm like what happened. Yeah and i read. I didn't read a lot of development of the movie before i went into it. I just wanted to go in fresh. And i knew i knew the critics pandit and i was like all right. I don't i don't want to taint my perception by reading too much. But one thing i did come across. Is that stephen. King wrote the ending because he said he felt a lot of people didn't like the ending in the book he's credit is one of the screenwriters but i wonder how much involvement he actually had and it will pointing. He wrote that it feels to me like there was probably a script that king was involved in when eli roth was developing the film and that fell apart. They rewrote the script and rewrote the script. And you know just kind of changed a lot about what they were doing on the film and i could be completely wrong. But it doesn't feel like kings involvement continued and maybe they took an element here there that he had had brought to the script but none of it even his worst made for. Tv movie you. You couldn't feel any of the king in the script. I can't imagine a lot of what he did made it onto the screen. When i saw that he was credited with the screenplay and obviously you know he wasn't the only one credited with the screenplay pied. I was just like this did not turn out expected it to given that he wrote it or at least some of it and it may have been a case to like i said earlier i felt like a lot of scenes. We jumped into it at a weird moment and cut out of it at a weird moment so it may be that there's actually a really good screenplay behind this movie and that it was just directed so flatly and then edited hell.

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07:24 min | 1 year ago

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"In great stories but even in the books where the ideas end up being a little silly or the plots not really engrossing. The characters always are. And i didn't have a sense of who any of these people were by the end of the movie exactly and even though i didn't like the book all that much like i said he at least did something interesting with the characters like with alice. For instance she has this traumatic thing happen at the beginning of the story which you know. There's a lot of differences from the book but her having to kill her mother is the same. It just happens in a slightly different location and context but in the book he di was much deeper into her trauma from having to do that and here. It's just like she kind of exists but nothing really happens. You know emotionally with her character. Yeah and even cusak main character. When i'm sorry what was his character's name clay sarah. Yes so clay. We meet we meet him and he's on the phone with his wife or ex wife. I never quite got the sense that they were separated or and his kid when his phone dies and he s get back on the phone so we kind of like hint of character development that oh he's you know obviously having some kind of family problems. He's conflicted yada yada and then it doesn't really go anywhere. It's almost like it exists that exists solely to set up the plot point later. We're here come back to his house and then lead us to the ending but like we never deal with what that means for him. How does the guilt or shame or any kind of motion. We never we never deal with it and then we get to his apartment and find out that he draws a graphic novel that i think he also writes. It's just such like a quick. Throw away finn He's got all these drawings up on the wall in same jackson's like what are these and he's like. Oh i do a graphic novel and then it just cuts to the next scene and it felt like such a throwaway thing that i was like. Oh that's just job right but then it becomes like huge point later in the month that and it's like well. Why don't we get to learn a little bit about the graphic novel while we're looking at the frigging graphic obviously in the book. You can't visually see those things. But there was like a whole sort of thing at the beginning there where there was more about him getting a deal first graphic novel which is basically mentioned in passing. I think on the phone with his wife who i do think they are at least separated but it was hard to tell if they were divorced or not like you said and it was just mentioned in passing whereas that is such a big part of him. Yeah and it's mentioned in such a weird way in passing. Yeah that. I didn't even realize that's what he did. I thought he was like a software developer. The way he's talking about it he says something like. Oh yeah you know. I got this. I landed. i landed this great gag. Many mentions algorithms or something and i was like. Oh i guess. He's the software developer. Having not read the book. I had no no clue. This guy was and in the same thing happens again sam jackson. He drives a train for women. That is the only thing. I know about him by the end of the movie. Yeah that was all. I got out of it pretty much too. Which is unfortunate because this movie could have been so much more interesting with you know a little more effort put into the character work. Yeah and then. Meanwhile while we're following these kind of surfaces characters that we don't learn anything about we're heading through this bleak autumn landscape of some kind of industrial city when we opened. We're at an airport but then suddenly it looks like we're in like i dunno downtown gary indiana for the rest of the movie and everything's just brick and concrete and dead trees which you could still do something with this just nothing visually interesting while we're following these characters that we don't care about and so it's just. It's really hard to engage with the film in any way. Yeah this was one where i had it on and i kept not wanting to watch it to be honest and like we both said. We both missed alice's death which means at that point in the movie. We both probably got so bored that we were just like. Okay come on us. Hurry up and we like you know looked at our phones or something. Yeah and also during During scenes like that. I kept thinking i had a problem with my television. I was messing with my bright as Everything was so dark that i couldn't tell what was going on in. You know. I'm a fan of nice dark legitimately shot at night scenes. But i still have to. If you have a lot of action and things happening in those those dark spaces. I have to be able to tell what's happening and just a lot of times. It was just like black with movement was all i could see. And that's especially true. There was so much where it was obvious in the climax that it was shot probably on sound stage and they they did a kind of a bad day for night and a lot of kind of video game looking backgrounds that they put all the does ambience again. There was nothing aside from the ideas of the story that i enjoyed about it. You know the the the ideas. The king broad like the signal from the cell phone. What's behind that. The fact that just like they have a high mind and you know. Hordes of people opening their mouths at once in hearing this electron signal. Come out like those things were. They were good ideas but they were executed in a way that can me interested and the production value just kind of distracted you from a lot of what you were watching too because the scenes where they're just walking down the road and whatnot it's so bleak not just story wise but the way it looks. It's like it almost looks like it wasn't even filmed in. Hd jets just a very ugly looking movie. And i don't know again we've seen somebody's ambi- things. They all kind of play in that area. You know walking dead. Did that a lot. Walking dead found in its early seasons before checked out on they always found like like industrial areas and things to just be like an ugly drink warehouse like train tracks running alongside it but they made it visually interested in the scene and in this they they go the other way. It's just it's very flat ugly and shot just very straightforward am. There's just nothing that keeps your eye on the screen it's.

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07:57 min | 1 year ago

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"I really feel like there was no. I don't feel that anyone involved behind the scenes was actually passionate about doing the project. I'll say that that's probably the most apt feeling. I had walking away from it right and this was directed by todd williams. You have john cusack as clay. Samuel jackson is tom in. There are two major characters. Along with isabel. Furman as alice owen teague as short and you even have a stacy keach appearance and he's playing the headmaster and based on the book which albeit wasn't my favorite story of kings. Either so i kind of went into this being like well. I didn't really care for the book that much and there were a lot of strange things that he did in the book. But one thing. I want to give the credit for is that it kind of makes you care about these characters whereas i don't feel like the movie really hit you with that same kind of emotion you know. I actually missed the entire scene where alice died and i was like wait where you go. I had to go back. And i was like. Oh but you didn't really feel all that much about that scene. Yeah okay that makes me feel a lot better. Because i missed it to where i was like. I was like oh man. I'm gonna be on this podcast and i let myself get distracted. I wasn't paying attention to this movie. But now i feel a lot better about missing that scene because it was just kind of like. You're you're in the scene and things are happening and it's like wait. She died wanting exactly. You know. I haven't read the book. It's one that i always wanted to read. Never got around to. And so when i first heard that they were making adaptation. I was like oh great. Well when it comes out. I'll have to read the book and then check out the movie and in the adaptation just kind of wind development. Hell i think. I remember hearing about it around. Two thousand six Ally roth was going to direct. Ted's which is when the book came out. If i'm not mistaken it was the book in two thousand six and then this didn't end up coming out until two thousand sixteen. Yeah and apparently there were. There was a lot of the reason roth dropped off. The project is the studio. Wanted to do something very different with it. And we'll find. That's that's not the movie i wanna make. I don't know what those ideas were. How much made it into the finished product but again it was ten years later when the movie came out and came out. Unser omonia sleep. I think i think with strength streaming in two thousand sixteen. It might have had a very limited theatrical release. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure on that but you know it came out a year after this and i had no recollection of this coming out. Granted i hadn't started this podcast yet. I hadn't really started diving into king in the same way that i did for this podcast but i had seen the shining i had seen carry. You know. I've seen a lot of the big movies and i knew that it was coming out and to have this just totally fly under the radar was very odd granted. It's not one of king's most well known stories or books and you just think given the cast it would be You know something. That's on the radar a little more than the cast. Given the fact that it's a twist on on psalm. Bees which especially in two thousand sixteen like zombies were huge. Yeah there was just so much. It was obvious that nobody really had any any faith in the project. Yeah and it did go to. Vod june tenth twenty sixteen and then there had been a very very limited. The atra will release in july and it made a whole one million dollars at the box office. Now it's probably more than a dessert. I hate to be mean like being involved in the film industry. I know the ridiculous amount of backbreaking work that goes into even the worst movie sets out to make a bad. No of course not ever anyone's intention. Like i said i don't feel the anyone involved in this cared had any passionate about it. You don't feel any moments where someone's really trying to to do anything with the word. It felt like from top to bottom directors actors. Everyone involved just pay check when you can feel that in a movie than it's really on south and especially again you're talking the cast twenty sixteen sam jackson who's you know the one of the cornerstones of the marvel. Cinematic universe the highest grossing franchise of all time. That movie should've been been everywhere even if the reviews ended up bad and it flopped like. There's still should have been a big advertising. Push big promotional push yet. You could just tell that. Even even the studio people had zero faith in this film which is crazy. Because you would think that samuel jackson and john kusak alone would be able to propel a movie forward even if like you said it is bad. You would think it's still get butts in the seats at the theaters at this time. Yeah i think there were a combination of things. One the look of the film. It was a very ugly looking movie. It did not feel like a cinematic experience. It didn't feel like a like nothing about the look of the film. Look the way that a movie with john. Cusak in sam jackson should be. It looks very much like a low budget independent feature shot by kids in their twenties in pittsburgh on summer break. It looks like a movie. I would make not knowing anything it's like and maybe that's a part of it too. I wasn't really thinking about this. While watching it reflecting back on it that cheap s. i wonder if there was a big slash in the budget. You know and maybe that that kind of killed everyone's enthusiasm for the project. Yeah because you're talking this big epic post-apocalyptic story i never felt scope of it I never felt that this was happening. Everywhere i never even felt that this was happening all over the state i felt that it was just like groups of people even though they they talk about how it's the global apocalypse when it occurs and i guess we're kind of talking around it but for anyone who's not familiar with the the whole premise is that there's a signal that goes out simultaneously on cell phones across the united states turns people into zombies. They become very similar in the film at least to the rage zombies twenty eight days later right as someone who hasn't watched a ton of zombie movies or tv shows. It almost felt like this really wanted to be kings walking dead and it just didn't live up to either aspect that he's really good at which stephen king is really great at creating these monsters that people fear and he's really great at writing characters and you don't get either of those things really in the adaptation because you feel like a lot of this is just happening mindlessly. Yeah there were a lot of moments that made me feel like there was a bigger seen. That either was written or shod in for whatever reason we're only seeing the moments that propel the plot and like you said. I think that does a disservice to king like king king works best in the in the areas where he can breathe. Yeah he comes scary ideas and you know Can can have great plots.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Hey everyone chet cemetery is back. I'm your host. The anna chapman. And today i am joined by brazzi hodson and we are discussing the 2016 adaptation cell which is a movie that i don't think either myself or brad would like to watch again brad. How you doing today too bad. And you're definitely right about that. I can't imagine setting through this film but thanks for having me on to talk about. Why yeah of course and full disclosure here were recording this one a few months in advance specifically because i did not want to have to rewatch down the line because a few months ago i did. A guest. Appearance on the podcast. I hope you suffer to discuss this movie as well. They wanted to talk about a bad stephen king movie. They weren't doing a whole month of stephen king movies this year but check out. I hope you suffer. If you haven't. I'll have a link to my episode appearance in the show notes. But brad you know given the cast you would think cell would have been a better movie. Yeah completely not only. Is it a fantastic cast. But it's cusak. In jackson teamed up for an adaptation of king's work that i really lied Which is fourteen a. And i thought they were both fantastic and that and not so much in this. Yeah fourteen eight hands down a better patient. Yeah i'm still kind of in shock. I think marching this and it's weird. It's i'm a fan of bad movies. I love watching bad because oftentimes they're funny. Everyone involved will swing for the fences in that way. I always say what's enjoyable about that movies. Is that all good. Movies are good in the same handful of ways..

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09:31 min | 1 year ago

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"It was kind of one of those things too where he had to do the whole. Let's get the gang back together thing and that can be really tough and you know obviously jerome was going to go off to college and do all these things. And then he was in what arizona building houses or so the story said and he had to come back because of barbara's accident and you really missed his presence. I think in that first portion of this novel. Yes absolutely he. I love jerome in barbara. I just think that even though it's like on paper they're just good kids. Sometimes that is so necessary you always. It's always nice in a narrative to have sweet characters for lack of a better phrase but they they are. They're sweet in good and there is a little bit of layering there in terms of The fact that we saw the ms teens and preteens and then now they're young adults and making their way in the world and deciding to fight crime with bill. And holly. And so i i actually. That's one of my most favorite parts about And of watch and it's even better when you jump To if it believes because like you said he gets the band back together once more and it's wonderful it's just like a really charming thing that throughout all of this chaos we get these really sweet people which is why i think when brady attacks again and the same people are involved. It has the extra sharp edge because it's a villain they've dealt with before. I was kind of hoping that. I would have liked us a little more. But i think it's okay that i didn't because as we know king endings are big topic of discussion and the entire book is really an ending. And you know with the title and of watch that kind of gives that away a little. And i think with end of watch for me. The best parts were when they were all back together. And you have the fact that bill will take holly with him because him and don't have family they don't have a ton of life ahead of them especially in bills case because he gets this diagnosis that is you know terminal basically and they go through this whole argument with jerome and i thought that was a really good highlight of who all of these characters were in one single moment. I so love that we see bills journey so beautifully in these three novels. Because it's really i think somewhat argue it's hollies novels but it's also bills and i love the fact that in finders keepers with bill still sort of keeping watch over brady. I wonder if it was just kings sort of creating that lifelong cop who no matter what is always gonna be a detective and follow his gut instinct until the end and I love that. We see this kind of rough rough and bumpy bill in mr mercedes and then we see a guy who just wants to give back to the kind people he met along the way and take care of his many of them as he can while you know stopping bad guys which has been his whole. Life's journey so i love. Whoa hodges as a character. I really do. I think a lot more Could have been done. But i like the fact that it's king giving us a glimpse on the idea of a character rather than like you know a full-on losers club. Ten thousand page. You know the the kind that stay with us forever. I don't know if bill has exactly that kind of power. But i think it's the idea of him that lasts longer and is the resounding note in end of watch for me. I totally get that. And i love that. These characters have been introduced and he's not afraid to return to them because you already mentioned if it bleeds. Which funny enough. I actually read that i. Oh cool because i had a review copy. I think i had an e book. If i'm not mistaken and so i was reading through it and i was like okay. I had already watched the outsider. Hbo series by that point. So i was a little familiar with holly. But i didn't really know anything outside of just watching the show so i didn't know how her character differed from the books and things like that and i think the fact that king is willing to come back to certain characters definitely tells you how much they mean to him and with this trilogy you really can tell how much he cares about these characters but he still willing to put them in terrible situations you know. Bill has a heart attack and then he gets a terminal diagnosis. Like king not necessarily nice to his heroes. He does right by holly in my opinion in this novel as well as the other two but i really just like his character work so much but kim for you were there any other moments in particular that you really enjoyed. I feel like i'm going to start getting a little too repetitive. So i will let you take the reins here with some of the things. You specifically enjoyed about this book. Yeah no worries at all For me i specifically love. There's a side story with the nurse or she's like the hospital librarian. I kinda love sometimes in some king books. I don't love it. Because i'm too interested in the main characters but you know in past king titles held do like a segue like he'll go off the path for a second and do a huge side character introduction. So he does that a lot and sometimes it's welcome and sometimes it's not just because i might get me back to the story. I just finished drawing of the three. I'm starting my dark tower journey. So i've i'm really new. And he did that a lot and drawing of the three. But i was like i. Don't care steve. I wanted to give back to roland. And data and eddie but in this one we have some hospital staff and one of them is the Librarian but brady kinda dozen number on her. And i remember really feeling sad and bad but enjoying this sort of vampire esque for lack of a better because it is like brady was just able to feed on her mind and it does have very sad consequences but it felt very vampire to me because she didn't know what was happening to her and it was kind of a very creepy creepy moment so that i remember from this latest read spending more time with that scene and really finding it terrifying and scary inside. It's the like sneak. I always have a lot of sympathy for the characters who are victims and they have no idea what's going on but the reader knows so that dramatic irony really gets me and this this latest read. Got me where i was like. This is creepy at a. The is i think the first time i read it. I glazed over it. Because i just was caught up in the plot and i wanted to see the gang stop brady and figure out that he's alive and coming back with all these powers but i didn't like that. This gal was very of vampiric victim of brady. And so i i kind of enjoyed that this. The second read honestly. I'm so bad with names. I know who you are talking about outside of the core people and you know he took over the doctor. He took over the guy who would come around with the library card. You know. he wasn't the librarian. He was more like a custodian. He would kind of do multiple things and he's a character. You certainly felt bad for you. Know you felt bad for everyone almost in that ward because of how they were getting freaked out by brady and you could tell there were characters who would pop in and just really didn't like him and you know that was all well deserved because of his actions and i thought even those characters just coming in no matter how long of a time period they were in either the scenes or the story in general had an impact because of the fact that we were piecing together at as we were reading this that brady was going to do something big and you knew. Almost all of these people were going to get hurt. Absolutely the other part. I really enjoyed was an i know this is kind of a small thing but it felt again. It just brings the closeness of the gang and it feels very official. Was all the scenes like the finders keepers location Like the office scenes. I just liked that..

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06:37 min | 1 year ago

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"The car with the with the fbi host. Yeah and he's just like he's just like here you are you're this you're this hero you save jfk. Do you could have everything. But you just want your privacy. He's so i just wanna know. Why do you think oswald did it and for him to say. I don't think we'll ever know and just leaving the history at that I thought it was a really smart choice. Because i think the kind of the the easy the easy conspiracy. Excitement answer definitely would have been. Oh he he did it for this reason and all these people were involved but i i like the more subtle the subtle ending with that that. Then you can wrap up that part of the story So that way you can just then focus on jake and sadie at the end without having the punch. Be the conspiracy because it's not really about the conspiracy. That's the the driving force of what gets us going. And then it digs so much deeper and all these different directions. Yeah i think overall this was fine. I'm probably not going to revisit it for a third time. Though now that i've seen it twice and after having read the book. I think i would probably much rather revisit the book at some point versus this. But i'm hoping that they still keep putting things out on hulu because i think they have an interesting thing going between this and then what they did with castlerock which was not a direct adaptation of anything but it got to play in the stephen king universe and i do like having a mini series. That doesn't need to be more than eight or ten episodes. It's like you're in first season and then you're done whereas some things in the past have gone on way too long like the under the dome or the dead zone shows. Yeah i can definitely say. I haven't watched those Yeah i i'm definitely more positive on the on the series overall But who knows after. I read the book I may feel differently. But i agree. Like just give me more. And whether it straight adaptations of things Do luma's is limited series Or even i'm personally pretty disappointed that we didn't get a third season of castlerock Because that was definitely a fun world to play in where they tied seasons together. Kind of But overall you just got to just got to spend You got spent time in this original. Take that also kind of fit into things like especially season to like after watching season two and then recently watching The movie misery again. It was like having that show in my head. Even though i'm like. I don't think that's necessarily canon but it kinda like adds to it for me And i thought that was pretty cool and season three would have been awesome but they cancelled it and dumb. I'd give this a three out of five though. Like i didn't absolutely hate it but i think bill's character brought it down a lot for me. I definitely get that especially as seen in the book that you really really really like and see that that gets chucked away and then replaced by story that you don't necessarily like I can definitely understand that and some of the stuff with bill certainly does go on too long and it's kind of like how much can he really screw this up but overall i'd still i never know how to rank these things but i'd probably still give it a four out of five. I'd probably keep keep that one star away for some of the things that it definitely could have paste better. You mentioned the guy. There's there's like the moment with When sadie uncovers the recording in the basement there's a guy that moves like in the back in the shadows and i don't know if that was ever addressed. Are we just supposed to assume it was the fbi. I thought it was her husband. Okay because when he signed the divorce papers he left a note. He's not who you think he is. That's right yeah that would make sense. Okay and i don't think the fbi knew about jake at that point in time. Yeah all right. So i'll take that criticism away but but But still yeah. Overall really solid series. If you haven't watched it and you listen to all this. I'm sorry they're still a lot. Yeah there's still a lot we didn't cover but again with the whole james franco thing too. If you don't wanna watch this we totally get it. Also get that. yeah i will. I think he does a very nice job with the character on this watch. I felt like his performance was weaker than i remembered in certain spots. He's not the most interesting character with the way. This adaptation was done in my opinion. Okay well then excite me to jump into the book and and see see more from the character so yeah definitely enjoyed. It thoroughly enjoyed Talking about it as always and I had a good time. Yeah you'll have to let me know your thoughts when you get around to reading the book which i understand can take awhile. Not everyone lies through these things. Like i do and you know even lately. I've been in like this slump for reading. Because i've just been busy doing other things and i'm like i really need to read but i also don't feel like thinking right now so trust me. I get an especially with a book as long as eleven. Twenty to sixty three. But tim thank you for joining me to discuss this adaptation. I'm actually kind of glad we didn't completely agree on it. It seems we do that a lot. So it was nice to have that little discussion there about bill absolutely always a good time. Happy to be here all right. That does it for this episode of chat cemetery. You can support the podcast on patriot on for a dollar a month. You'll get a 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 do so at chat cemetery on twitter. Instagram and facebook. You could also rate and review the show. That's a huge help. 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"2016" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"The car with the with the fbi host. Yeah and he's just like he's just like here you are you're this you're this hero you save jfk. Do you could have everything. But you just want your privacy. He's so i just wanna know. Why do you think oswald did it and for him to say. I don't think we'll ever know and just leaving the history at that I thought it was a really smart choice. Because i think the kind of the the easy the easy conspiracy. Excitement answer definitely would have been. Oh he he did it for this reason and all these people were involved but i i like the more subtle the subtle ending with that that. Then you can wrap up that part of the story So that way you can just then focus on jake and sadie at the end without having the punch. Be the conspiracy because it's not really about the conspiracy. That's the the driving force of what gets us going. And then it digs so much deeper and all these different directions. Yeah i think overall this was fine. I'm probably not going to revisit it for a third time. Though now that i've seen it twice and after having read the book. I think i would probably much rather revisit the book at some point versus this. But i'm hoping that they still keep putting things out on hulu because i think they have an interesting thing going between this and then what they did with castlerock which was not a direct adaptation of anything but it got to play in the stephen king universe and i do like having a mini series. That doesn't need to be more than eight or ten episodes. It's like you're in first season and then you're done whereas some things in the past have gone on way too long like the under the dome or the dead zone shows. Yeah i can definitely say. I haven't watched those Yeah i i'm definitely more positive on the on the series overall But who knows after. I read the book I may feel differently. But i agree. Like just give me more. And whether it straight adaptations of things Do luma's is limited series Or even i'm personally pretty disappointed that we didn't get a third season of castlerock Because that was definitely a fun world to play in where they tied seasons together. Kind of But overall you just got to just got to spend You got spent time in this original. Take that also kind of fit into things like especially season to like after watching season two and then recently watching The movie misery again. It was like having that show in my head. Even though i'm like. I don't think that's necessarily canon but it kinda like adds to it for me And i thought that was pretty cool and season three would have been awesome but they cancelled it and dumb. I'd give this a three out of five though. Like i didn't absolutely hate it but i think bill's character brought it down a lot for me. I definitely get that especially as seen in the book that you really really really like and see that that gets chucked away and then replaced by story that you don't necessarily like I can definitely understand that and some of the stuff with bill certainly does go on too long and it's kind of like how much can he really screw this up but overall i'd still i never know how to rank these things but i'd probably still give it a four out of five. I'd probably keep keep that one star away for some of the things that it definitely could have paste better. You mentioned the guy. There's there's like the moment with When sadie uncovers the recording in the basement there's a guy that moves like in the back in the shadows and i don't know if that was ever addressed. Are we just supposed to assume it was the fbi. I thought it was her husband. Okay because when he signed the divorce papers he left a note. He's not who you think he is. That's right yeah that would make sense. Okay and i don't think the fbi knew about jake at that point in time. Yeah all right. So i'll take that criticism away but but But still yeah. Overall really solid series. If you haven't watched it and you listen to all this. I'm sorry they're still a lot. Yeah there's still a lot we didn't cover but again with the whole james franco thing too. If you don't wanna watch this we totally get it. Also get that. yeah i will. I think he does a very nice job with the character on this watch. I felt like his performance was weaker than i remembered in certain spots. He's not the most interesting character with the way. This adaptation was done in my opinion. Okay well then excite me to jump into the book and and see see more from the character so yeah definitely enjoyed. It thoroughly enjoyed Talking about it as always and I had a good time. Yeah you'll have to let me know your thoughts when you get around to reading the book which i understand can take awhile. Not everyone lies through these things. Like i do and you know even lately. I've been in like this slump for reading. Because i've just been busy doing other things and i'm like i really need to read but i also don't feel like thinking right now so trust me. I get an especially with a book as long as eleven. Twenty to sixty three. But tim thank you for joining me to discuss this adaptation. I'm actually kind of glad we didn't completely agree on it. It seems we do that a lot. So it was nice to have that little discussion there about bill absolutely always a good time. Happy to be here all right. That does it for this episode of chat cemetery. You can support the podcast on patriot on for a dollar a month. You'll get a 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 do so at chat cemetery on twitter. Instagram and facebook. You could also rate and review the show. That's a huge help. 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"2016" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"2016, the wife of a rural Georgia police officer, is found inside a locked closet. Two shots have been fired from her husband's service weapon, her head resting on a pillow, the victim of an apparent gunshot wound. But what really happened inside that closet? And in the hours and minutes before the shots rang out, people do things that don't make sense and under stress under dynamic situations, they're crumbling. Marriage was no secret. The high school sweethearts, We're ready to call it quits. But was Jessica Boynton at the point of No return? Nothing in my mind said that she was suicidal in my mind. I knew she was upset and dealing with maybe some minute depression. Who wouldn't when your husband's cheating on you that would hurt anybody. What about the gunshots? Heard hours before her husband reported hearing shots. I had just laid down when that first shot went off. Fiance was like, sound like gunshots. What about the physical evidence? Her hands were pristine and clean. There was no gunshot residue. We found on her authorities may say that the investigation was complete the road exhaustive and it led to This finding. I disagree with that. And many others do as well. I really believed that we would get justice. We haven't We haven't the officer's wife, a new podcast from vault studios. Listen and follow this podcast.

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"2016" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"2016 started as a month of birthdays, but ended as the month of tragedy. We had an amazing weekend. Celebration on Sunday Put our son Tibet like any normal day. And I went to work the next day. That's how EST Wargo. Torrez remembers the weekend of his daughter's sixth birthday full of family, fun and familiarity. But everything change the next morning when his two year old son Julian, was found dead. My wife found Julian In his little bed. He was not breathing. And he had passed away overnight. Torrez as a father of three, from Glenview, Illinois. It's now been five years since his son tragically and mysteriously passed away during the night. Less than two weeks after his second birthday, the day Julian died is a blur for Torres. But the pain is as raw and vivid as ever. I got a call that I had to go to the hospital. I thought it was just Something minor. I wasn't expecting that. What I found when I got to the hospital, But my wife was the one that was here at the house and had to call 911 and And get him transported to the hospital. But The first responders that came were very nice, but they kind of already knew that Julian had passed away. And it was such a roller coaster for us because we went from this beautiful, happy celebration there a day before and told less than 24 hours. We were Dealing with the loss of her son and didn't know what had happened. I always say that my life that life ended that day and I started a new life on July 25th 2016. I started this new life. There are so many questions. The Torrez family had the biggest one What killed Julian? That question went unanswered. Julian's death is classified with a cold, clinical name. Sudden, unexplained death in childhood to me, I see it as more of a category of death and not really a call to death and just kind.

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"2016" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"2016, the wife of a rural Georgia police officer is found inside a locked closet. Two shots have been fired from her husband service weapon. Her head resting on a pillow of victim of an apparent gunshot wound. But what really happened inside that closet and in the hours and minutes before the shots rang out, people do things that don't make sense when under stress and under dynamic situations. They're crumbling marriage was no secret. The high school sweethearts were ready to call it quits, but was Jessica pointing at the point of no return? Nothing in my mind said that she was suicidal in my mind. I knew she was upset and dealing with maybe some minute depression. But who wouldn't when your husband's cheating on you That would hurt anybody. What about the gunshots heard hours before her husband reported hearing shots just laid down on the first shot went off. My fiance was like someone gunshot. What about the physical evidence? Her hands were pristine and clean. There was Gunshot residue we found on her authorities may say that the investigation was complete the road It's Austin and it's led to you. This finding I disagree with that, and many others do as well. I really believed that we would get justice with you. Ko Phi Financial report brought to you by bay Alarm. The Dow has ended with its worst day since February, It was down 473 points and S and P Down 36. NASDAQ Down 12 Gold Is 18 38 announcing oil 65 35 a barrel The can't find money report is brought to you by bay Alarm. Protect your business with a monitored video verification system visit be alarmed Com to get protected today that man whether from Ko Phi, partly sunny Skies highs in the low seventy's for the L A basin and inland OC low to mid eighties in the valleys and the inland Empire Highs in the upper sixties for the coast. Low seventies in the mountains around 90 in the high desert slightly warmer Tomorrow will be in the upper eighties to around 90 in the I e. But we're calling down this weekend right now. 71 in Fullerton 69 in Laguna Woods, 71 in Diamond Bar 73 in Burbank. Waleed local live from the key If I 24 hour news room, I'm Layla Mahama. Like me. Can't I am 6 40 live everywhere on the free I Heart radio affects the Gary and Shannon show. Wayne Resnick sitting in until two and John and Ken come aboard were scaring Shannon there filling in for Bill Handel and Mo Kelly and I are handling the Garen Shannon shift That's also bill can recover from his back injury. Speaking of the need to recover Colonial pipeline was targeted by.

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"2016" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"2016, the wife of a rural Georgia police officer is found inside a locked closet. Two shots have been fired from her husband's service weapon, her head resting on a pillow of victim of an apparent gunshot wound. But what really happened inside that closet and in the hours and minutes before the shots rang out, people do things that don't make sense when in under stress and under dynamic situations. They're crumbling marriage was no secret. The high school sweethearts were ready to call it quits. But was Jessica pointing at the point of no return? Nothing in my mind said that she was suicidal in my mind. I knew she was upset and dealing with maybe some minute depression. But who wouldn't when your husband's cheating on you that would hurt Anybody? What about the gunshots heard hours before her husband reported hearing shots I just laid down on the first shot went off. My fiance was like someone gunshot. What about the physical evidence Her hands were pristine and clean. There was no gunshot residue way found on her. Authorities may say that the investigation was complete the road exhausted and it's led to This finding. I disagree with that, and many others do as well. I really believed that we would get justice way haven't way happen. The officer's wife, a new podcast from vault studios, listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Driving around this morning on the West side. I saw people driving by alone in their cars wearing masks, and I still see that that I saw some stupid dope walking his dog by himself, and he's got a mask on a saw woman walking around and she's got a double mascot, oversized sunglasses. And then she's got a big floppy hat on her head, John and can she wasn't taking any chance we gave it to on K F. I won't let her die in. All right if I can't get started back. I told you really don't see. Oh, ok, Abi am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio app on this Tuesday morning. May the fourth. Yes, I know what it is Star Wars fans. We'll talk about it in a minute. And I will wish you the obligatory Breeding. I'm Jennifer Jones, Lee and some of the stories we're watching in the K F 24 hour news room. The Burbank Police Department says a young couple was carjacked in handcuffed by two guys posing as cops. Just before two Saturday morning, the couple was approached at gunpoint at North Naomi Street near Woodbury University. The fake cops are too young Hispanic man with shaved heads who are wearing shirts that say police on.

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"2016" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Think a comedy music guy. That's right country music guy. I should say not communist a country music. I like that. He was going out there and trying something weird and i liked it. He's trying weird things here. I don't know this is a better movie than be cool by a lot. But i think that I appreciate the most what he's bringing to a character that he's kind of working a little bit outside his comfort zone. I don't disagree with anything you just said but i do feel like you overlooked one building. Comedy thing that was a glorious crescendo. At the end of the movie and that was the girl the crossed is they bring her up like three times before they reveal that it's melissa mccarthy at the end i was hal and laughing when they like took her glasses off swing crossed again. I don't know why. I thought that was like really well executed comedy just like because they didn't make it seem like he was going to be a big deal but when they brought it up the second time it was And then when he finally see. It's era i was like. Oh my god like this movie is pretty good with setup and payoff where you also have Dwayne johnson teasing that. He's a never nude tobias on arrested development. Thank you pay off then. You get the payoff at the end of that. But yes the most mccarthy character stop is it does deliver like when the movie does pick. It's setups and payoffs. It's pretty good. When i say sequences i mean more as like an extended sequence you know taking place over the span of few minutes. You know what. I mean where. It's like the secrets keeps building and building and building to like a big hilarity kind of moment but in terms of its comedy. Set up some payoffs. I think it's it's fairly decent for. It's actually really interesting. You bring up the melissa mccarthy thing which is the end of the film that is probably the only jokai bumped on really. Yeah i just felt like they beat up in having too lazy is and then she takes. Glosses often do is go in. I just thought taking the mickey out someone who has a disability. Oh well this will be wants to have cake and eat it too. Because we talk about the dwayne johnson character. Right at the start of the movie we see. He's quite overweight in his teenage years. And there's a sequence of him dancing nude in the shower and the movie wants you to laugh at this characters physique like it is very much going out of its way to projected as funny and then there's a scene where he's horribly bullied like thrown in front of the entire class nude and they want you to feel really bad for this character like this is the worst moment of his life and they want you to understand that the kevin hart characters acknowledging this he recognizes how serious it is and then it cuts to a joke of dwayne johnson walking away and then the cameras like focuses on his budget like..

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"2016" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"2016" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I'm agent scott and i'm cam the provocateur and cam. We have a very very special guest this week. That's right we do. We have miles from the disc dumped. Pocus joining us. Hello models fellow. I'm miles the civilian. You've got great. It's a special agent. Now it's all right issue badge. I've waited my whole life for this moment. Yeah this this will self destruct at the end. of course argies. You're the you're the accountant getting dragged along on a mission where you'll be screaming for much of it but be enjoying secretly internally. That's usually my role whenever. I'm on other people's podcasts. And stuff is. I'm just the guy that gets us to where we're going. I'm the straight in the world of craziness just like what does that an explosion so fits me perfect perfect. Well we're gonna we're gonna swallow you like a baby into the world of spy movies but before we do that just tells a little bit about the distant coast Okay so i'm the host of the distant podcast is the show where we watch movies. Play games or listen to music in an effort to decide if we're going to keep the disc or if we're going to dump it because i just have an excess of disks dvd's and cds and whatnot in my house so instead of just blindly picking and choosing and throwing them out..

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"2016" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"2016" Discussed on Car Talk

"Neal is keeping the air from leaking out big nail of and there's a big head on it now it's a pretty small head and there it couldn't any longer than an inch alzon. It's it's it's penetrated the tread in its into the air. That's what I was thinking. And in fact when you have fixed that's what they're gonNA do they gonNA put another nail in the at the plug it up but the nails are going to be made a rubber. They're going to put a little plug in. But you certainly will not need a new tire just because of this little piddling little nail once once I get it patched. You think I can count on that. Oh sure if you had a a filling put into your tooth you wouldn't like throw your whole headaway not eat so you wouldn't even throw the whole away. By the way Darren that's Inter- I thought you said that. Verron I every Elizabeth Monk Gumri Erin. I didn't even think witched. Wow eight months little pebbles months. Wh what was the name of the Baby Habita- tablets? Avoca THE TAB in your. You are going to make a wonderful mother our thank you I can tell I I see it. Man See it thanks. I've never been right about it. There's always a first time Z. Quite well that's the level technology and it still took US eight minutes of technology that we could deal with one eight car talk. That's eight double double seven double five. You're on Car Talk Tila winner from Wheaton Illinois Mattila the wife call you things but you know you are the only person I have ever met with this name. This name and one might ask. What were your parents thinking? Well IT'S A. It's a very common Hungarian name. In Hungary Attila is much like Bob. Jim bill etc here in In the states no kidding and my father was Hungarian and my mother is Austrian and Gary and I remember that very well and I was born in in Salzburg. Austria and It's again just a very common name and That's what I was given at birth much of a choice. Interesting Yeah The reason for my call is I was driving Listening to your show a couple of weeks ago from Cleveland where my Folks live to back to Chicago and as I was driving the car. In cruise control in a dawned on me that once upon a time I had heard that if your car is on cruise control at a relatively high speed fifty sixty seventy miles an hour that that actually is better for the car and in fact it tunes the car up and I have no idea whether there's any truth to that wives tale or not another rumor I if to live a lifestyle. No there is no. Did you hear this? Through the underground information railroad. I don't know where I heard. I just understood that there was probably better for an engine that it maintained a steady speed and high speeds will will somehow do something better for an engine than stop and go traffic well. Well that's true. I mean that Israel I speed operation is better for an engine because it burns more efficiently at Burns more cleanly and and certainly keeping an engine and running at one speed is probably beneficial to the internal components because there are fewer stresses. Put on pieces. When you don't change the velocity of pieces sure but but driving at sixty five and letting it. If you're not really paying attention drop down to sixty three and then going up to sixty seven makes hardly any difference to the engine. Well into the little story is complete but driving a steady fifty your steady sixty or a steady seventy While it may be good none of those is GonNa have been parked in your driveway saving. Wear and tear on the engine. I understand appreciate your your information. Thanks Steve Bye bye. One eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two seven eight two five five zero your talk. Hi this is Beth from Holliston Massachussetts. You're from Halston. I am from Holliston us. We're where's that it's south west of the city really close to Framingham and Hopkinton where the Boston Marathon starts off Holliston and Hopkinton. Yes yes yes. Yes to cities. Yeah the H. Is what's up Beth. Well I have a problem and I was hoping that you guys can help me. I have a nineteen ninety three Ford Taurus and its cranberry. It's really beautiful color. Yes it is except that I cannot parallel park it and it's horrible I. This is a problem because I live. I live in Holliston but I work in Boston so if I need to drive in I neither either need to park in a garage and pay about eighteen dollars a day or drive around on the streets until I can find to sponsors. Fox's you can pull it now. Can you not because of you because of the poor visibility? Well I'm not entirely sure because the poor visibility visibility like I can't see out the back of it I mean I can see out the window but I can't see the back of the car because of the way its shaped. I'm always afraid I'm GonNa hit the car behind. The trunk. Slopes down right into the trunk and somebody suggested that I get those little metal things that go onto. The bumpers could do that. I would be so embarrassed to live around just what you do. Yeah you gotta you gotta just you have to disguise them. Forget back window okay. Backup using park using the side mirrors. Okay comes theory number seventy. Obviously you're trying to rely on something that is not going to benefit you. You can't see out the back. Forget the back. Forget the bell for that matter. Why look out at all? I just wing it. I mean up alongside the car. Mostly if you just looked to your right okay. Looked out the side window at the car next to you. Okay you would have enough information to do it. Do I need to cut the wheel when Your Chin when you look out your passenger window your Chin is even with the back of that car. The car in front of you. You're GONNA hit south that you already hit all the way like crazy and now the cars you just ease right into that spine and as soon as you see. You're right. Fender crushing crushing the rear fender of the candidates to you. Then you start turning the wheel madly to the left and you'll just glide right in the front right fender his first year on the front right for. Do you have to watch out for that? Because you don't want to cut so sharply that you hit that but that eliminates the RIA problem that you've been talking about. We've transferred your problem from the back to the Front. You notice how often we did. The first thing you have to do is able to judge whether or not the spot is big enough for the car now in the early stages you may have to get out and pace it. Awesome Barris after awhile. You'll be able to recognize that. This is a spot for a Hyundai or this is a for tourists. This is a spot for Lincoln. Towncar go far and listen for the noises. Turn the radio off. That's the most okay data because you wanna you WanNa try to avoid those long screechy noises because raping. Yeah Oh those bad. Because that means that you've wiped out perhaps an entire side of car. What do I do in that case you go to the next prime or on the block? Okay Beth who? We've given some pretty good advice today. We had another successful day of lawyers calling us tomorrow. Who Thank you very much. Okay look it's time for a break. Yes yeah anyway. Our stations eat to update you on some important information. You know news weather traffic price of vibe Burnham at the local nurseries and we'll be back with more of your calls in a brand spanking new puzzle as soon as my brother comes up with which me just a minute so state-owned olive. Fifteen when a person for nineteen dollars from an old.

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"2016" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"2016" Discussed on Car Talk

"We're broadcasting this week from the Center for judging a book by its cover here. There's nothing wrong with them. I didn't say there was. I just wanted to make my opinion. We read a letter a few weeks ago. That offered visual cues to identify potentially dangerous drivers. Yeah and I think. Accused mentioned were large teased hair. Yeah that's probably true and a red colored car and a few other things we have more. Just one turns out that many people have opinions concerning what to watch out for on the road. And here's some of them. Us them any car with just dash these off because there are thousands of them. There are any car with personalized license plates. Which are cute. Self-congratulatory are drafted in private code. These are statistically shown to lead to any attention deficit driving on the part of others on the road who overcome with Nausea Deco plays with four to eight commercial. Oh yeah any commercial vehicle with one of those. How am I driving stickers on it because this is a company that has liability problems? And they're trying to deal with. That's true I I worry about them. Let's see rental trucks now. This side that cab. There is a driver who has never operated anything bigger than a Honda Civic. And we're saying well what's that. Stay away from those Ryder trucks and the last one I have. Here is nuns. I mean any none. Driving is a is a really at least according to Chris Austin. Sorry to give out your name Chris but US sport anyway if you talk to us. Our number is eight. Eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight five five. Hello you're on car talk. My name is Martin. I'm calling from Portland. High Martin Portland Oregon Portland Maine. Right up the road from you guys name. I'm calling because I'm worried about my car. Starting on fire due to some recent modifications I made my ass. Saab nine hundred exhaust all really real you made. I personally made modifications okay. Well fairly primitive modifications at that. Wasn concentrated orange juice. I thought it was going to be tomato paste because they are a little bit more substantial the orange juice cans. Don't forget prod. Don't all the old windsor though the birds I I have a whole collection so go ahead. What are what are you what I did was. We recently purchased this car. It's the third Saab nine hundred. No nothing that. We've had no turbo. No nothing like that great so we have purchased this car and NRA excitement Went off to the white mountains of New Hampshire to test drive our new car. We we're going to a trail head and there was a small ledge. It didn't look as big as it actually was. I felt the entire Exhaust System. Now yet what we did do. Was We sort of Scraped it extremely hard as we dropped off the ledge though the The car was running like a champion. Prior to falling off the Ledge after falling off the ledge was making this crazy rattling noise so of course I crawled underneath and realize that it was the muffler vibrating on the body of the car. So being out in the wilderness. I figured I'd just stick a stick in there between the my friend. The body of the car to keep from roundly remedy age or they worked great so it hadn't in fact it's still working great. Thankfully here in Portland. We've been having a lot of rain lately so whenever I see a big pot like gives me a chance to drive through and what what kind of stick was it. I was like a wooden stick like not a bridge a bridge. But what kind of a tree was it from It was time pine high okay because different trees have different flashpoints. Yeah Hind being among the Lord. Yeah Pine is good. Because it's got all that SAP coming out. Yeah okay. Let's put it there. Well thankfully we've been having a lot of puddles that have been able to shoot for a little nervous drives on you. Look the puddles and splash on through like little kids. Absolutely exactly what I'm doing so I'm wondering do I need to go down and talk to the boys that are from the specis or am I probably okay without that thing starting on fire. How far down is this closer to the back of the CAR Driver side rear. Yeah this car by the time the exhaust gets down there. It's around four hundred degrees easily. Had enough to start on fire and don't forget as time goes by the stick is going to dry out. Oh yeah it has its water content drops. That's good thinking you know. I mean you could be responsible for setting the entire northeast on fire. Yeah here's what you may be able to do. Change to stick every week every time you get a tank of gas changes. I mean. It's relatively easy to do. Right takes a second. Alternatively you could go to the gas station and they could Reposition the Muffler and what we run into this all the time. People hit manhole covers and whatnot. You bent part of the of the system. And that's why it's hitting the body and what we do is we find out where it's hitting. We usually heat up one of the pipes in front of the Muffler With the Acetylene Torch and get it so hot that will bend it just Yank on it and with the clever use of crowbars and two by fours and Ralph heavy. Ralph usually. Is the hanger nosy. The Hanger Rally. Hang on this. We usually manage to get them back. You integrity of the system is maintained and yet. It doesn't hit the underside. And it's you know someone's going to charge twenty bucks. It's only a matter of probably an inch. Perfect yes I would. I would trust the stick. You wouldn't trust and say okay. You don't want to personally be responsible for burning down the entire these up there and not in New Hampshire. They've already lost the the the man of the mountain and we don't need to be more disaster lien anymore. I mean New Hampshire has little enough going for it as Lou free and die young. I like all the guys in prison in New Hampshire making license plates and say live for your got Martin. Good luck have fun. One eight eight car talk or one eight two seven eight two five five zero. You're on car talk. This is Martha. I'm calling from Cambridge. Ma No kidding. Wh- part of Cambridge. Do you live in Martha near Porter Square Square. That's a good place it is. So what could Martha well? I have a two thousand Passat and what's happening. Well it's got the tip traffic transmission coast stupidest things. I know I knew you were going to say so. And and Lo and behold I never use the manual right of course not automatic. You would have bought a stick shift. Exactly yeah but I find sometimes and especially when I get on the highway that it'll be in automatic place and it will just wrap really high and it makes me really nervous so to rev really high and I'll I'll pop it over into the manual mode and I'll be going fifty miles in second gear fifty miles an hour and said can you write and can you then shifted. Yeah and then I shipped it manually. And the engine revs down and everything's fine but if you just start in the D. position right it will not shift up dumb times by the time you've achieved fifty miles an hour. It should certainly be out of second. This is a five speed transmission right and you should be in fourth and should be in fourth gear and fifty unless you unless you have. It floored if you accelerating all the time. Are you a lead foot? Martha your closet leads. Don't tell me insurance company. It won't shift if you are a real lead foot really. Why is that because it assumes that you wanted you want all the power you can get and when you go up and years you get less power in assumes that if you put the pedal to the metal that you want to attain the highest possible speed as quickly as possible and the way to do that is wind out every gear so a few floor the thing off the line this thing is it could wind out to fifty miles an hour and second gear and then if you back off the gas even a little bit boom. It will shift in the third really. Do you really drive like this. You get onto the highway and you ward.

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