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Sergio Ramos Leaving Real Madrid, Club Announces
"A farewell news conference for the long serving captain. On Thursday. The 35 year old Has won five league titles and four Champions League trophies in a great glittering real career. After joining from severe in 2000 and five the Nigerian women's team were beaten two nil by the world's
Minnesota Bank Hostage Standoff Ends With Arrest, No Injuries
"An hours long hostage standoff in a bank in ST Cloud Minnesota, ended with all five of the hostages released unharmed, Police say a suspect in custody a 35 year old man who was said to have a long criminal record, he was arrested without
Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit
"Police officer who has not been publicly identified shot. Actually, Babbitt is she was trying to enter the House speaker's lobby on January six, her family's attorney told The singer News and multi million dollar lawsuit is in the works, claiming the officer shot Babbitt for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, pointing out the 35 year old was unarmed. The forthcoming lawsuit comes after the Justice Department said it will not pursue charges against the officer. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland. New covert 19 variant is making its way around the world Daily
Fired Humble ISD Teacher Facing New Charges of Molesting Boys
"Students come forward the EMB Elias D T. Teacher male who was already charged with child child porn, faces new charges. He's a 35 year old teacher, and he was charged last night with promotion of child pornography and sexual performance by a child. He's already facing 10 counts of possession of child porn and another counter sexual performance. Prosecutor Jonah Stallings is with the Harris County adult sex crimes and Trafficking division. She says that she definitely believes he is a danger to the community messages he sent were first from a person named Sarah. Messages we came or explicit as they continued dating all the way back to December. This is the tax
No Charges for Officer Who Shot Woman During Capitol Riot
"Shot and killed a woman during the violent breach of the U. S Capitol earlier this year, will not face charges. Federal prosecutors are not pursuing criminal charges against the U. S. Capitol police officer who fatally shot 35 year old Ashley Babbitt during a violent protest and riot at the U. S. Capitol on January 6th. Have it in their force veteran from San Diego was seen on video clips, scaling a broken door just off the house floor when she was shot. She was one of five people who died from events on the sixth, including a police officer. A statement from the Justice Department says the investigation revealed no evidence established. The officer did not reasonably believe it was necessary to fire a single shot in self defense or in defense of members of Congress in Washington.
No Charges for Officer Who Fatally Shot Woman During Riot
"Won't charge a police officer who shot and killed a woman, and she climbed through the broken part of a door during the insurrection of the U. S capitol January, 6th authorities had considered for months whether criminal charges were appropriate for the Capitol police officer who fatally shot Actually Babbitt, a 35 year old Air Force veteran from San Diego. Nobody's
Man Threatened to Stab Undercover Asian New York PD Officer
"Man is under arrest. After threatening to stab an undercover Asian police officer on Friday afternoon, NYPD says the detective was placed in Penn Station as a decoy to root out perpetrators of hate crimes. I've never felt more unsafe walking around in the city. It's just saddens me so much to see like happens in New York City. It's so diverse here 35 year old juvie in Rodriguez reportedly approached the undercover detective on an escalator and said Go back to China before you end up in the bleeping graveyard. Cops say he then threatened to stab the detective in the face. The NYPD task force has been all over the city the past two weeks looking to capture hate crime suspects amid the rash of attacks on Asian Americans. Rodriguez is the second suspect arrested in a week. He faces harassment and hate crime charges.
Sealed Super Mario Bros Cartridge From 1986 Sells For $660,000
"Copy of the original Super Mario Brothers Nintendo game just sold at an auction for $660,000. It's the most ever for video game. Some guy bought it 35 years ago in 1986 put it in his desk and forgot about so it's in perfect mint condition. It's also from the initial release of the game. They know because Nintendo change the packaging a year later in 1987.
Mass. Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say
"From Bedford, Mass. Is facing murder charges accused of publicly beating his girlfriend to death in Maine. WBC. Sherry Small has more beach goers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four p.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock. On the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina dead Behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head.
Massachusetts man charged with killing domestic partner on beach in York
"Bedford, Massachusetts Man is facing murder charges in the beating death of his girlfriend up in Maine. Beachgoers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four P.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock on the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina Dead. Had behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head Sherry small WBZ Boston's news
Boston-Area Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say
"Boston's news radio. A Massachusetts man is charged in the beating death of his girlfriend at a beach in Maine. Police in York received multiple 911 calls about a man assaulting a woman at short Sands Beach yesterday afternoon when they got their officers arrested 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford, Massachusetts. And found 35 year old Rhonda paddle. Lena, also of Bedford, dead. State. Police say the two were domestic
Car Crash Kills 1 in Banks County, Georgia
"Name's not been released. A man from Homer killed in a two vehicle crash early yesterday morning on Georgia 51 in banks County 34 year old Westley Allan Atwood died at the scene of the accident, according to the Georgia State Patrol. The Ford F one F 2 50, driven by Atwood was traveling north bound when it crossed over the center lane and hit another truck head on the driver of that other truck. 35 year old Gerald Justin pause of Demory is taking the Northeast Georgia
Frankie Muniz welcomes first child
"Malcolm in the middle is a dad there now 35 year old actor Frankie Moon you to send his wife welcome their first child. Together. It's a bouncing baby
Fake Cosmetic Surgeon Brody Moazzeni Accused Of Raping Woman, Performing Procedures At Miami Beach Apartment
"Claiming to be a cosmetic doctor facing charges after he allegedly sexually battered a woman inside his Miami beach apartment. Police say the victim met 35 year old Brody Mazzini through a mutual friend and went to his apartment where he gave her several injections in her arm. Arms, legs and face but suspect allowed her to stay at the apartment. And that's when police say Mazzini subdued. The woman provided her with an injection that she described forced her to lose her inhibitions. They had intercourse he sexually battered her. Police are looking for more possible victims.
Jersey Shore's Jenni "JWoww" Farley Is Engaged to Zack Clayton Carpinello
"Is getting married. The 35 year old took to instant gram yesterday, announcing her engagement to 26 year old Zack Clayton Carpinello, She says they got engaged at the top of the Empire State Building back on February, 27th. Carpinello posted the same picture to announce their engagement writing, My always and forever. I thought she was married. She is not. She
Blackhawks' Seabrook calls it a career because of injury
"Is over. Core piece to the Blackhawks dynasty. The 35 year old says he's no longer able to play do the lingering injuries will go on permanent long term injury reserve throughout the remainder of his contract, which runs through 2024 Game two of the three games set between the Blackhawks and Lightning
Long-term Unemployment Remains High Despite American Jobs Returning
"Reopen and vaccinations speed up. But there are millions of people who lost their jobs at the beginning of the pandemic and who are still unemployed. NPR's Sam Greenglass reports asked Bud Johnson what he liked about his job driving a transit bus at the University of Delaware, and he uses a single word. Everything. The sights are great. The people I work for the great and it's just a pleasant atmosphere. But he hasn't had that in almost a year. Now. You got laid off from classes, but virtual, I eat two meals a day instead of three. I do go to the pre pantry truth from them. Johnson hasn't been called back yet or been told when, or If that will happen. I am looking forward to coming back. It was a great job in January 4 million people had been unemployed for six months or more. It's what economists call long term unemployment. And we haven't seen levels this high since the great recession that worries economists. Bill Sprigs, he says. Many employers stigmatize people who haven't worked in months. The longer someone's without a job, the harder it is to find a new one. So rather than the typical way you think of a line working you show up at the movie theater. I'm first in line. I've been here I'm next. It works in the opposite. The people who are newly unemployed get the first in line and what's worse, this will likely hit vulnerable workers even harder. Women and people of color have lost the most jobs during the pandemic. They already tend to be paid class and so long term unemployment can scar their earnings permanently. Ah McKenzie study predicted It could also take two years longer for them to recover those jobs. Here's co author Quay Lin Island group, the progress we see on closing the gender gap, even take of it out of the picture. Is so slow. And so then you pause that slow glacial progress and you make negative progress. It was deeply discouraging. There's another worry too. What if certain jobs don't ever come back? How people work and live has been changing dramatically during the pandemic, and that shaken up all kinds of jobs. One of the biggest shifts has been more people working from home. That's had ripple effects for Gloria Espinosa into last April. She cleaned offices in San Francisco. Superbly store. We got a visit from our supervisor, He gathered us all on the parking lot, and he talked to us and tell us that we were gonna be laid off. I was wondering God, why us? It was like receiving a bucket of cold water. That's the way I felt a year later, the employees whose work spaces she wants clean, are still remote. And so Espinosa is still unemployed. She knows there's no guarantee, but she feels confident she will be called back to her old job when offices reopened, be instructed bombs, a necessity to move Chapman on the whole. I think that actually is going to be probably the need of additional workers because we're gonna have to make sure that we can provide that. Extra clean a space that the workers deserve. On the other end of California, Carrie Belisle wonders what her work will look like in the future. She's been a tour guide for 35 years. We are in love, Toya. Has my Minnesota group like he's traveled. Grinding to a halt last spring, Belisle has tried to keep busy, even organizing virtual tours Join me Tuesday at two for my virtual presentation about counselor Deck finally began a new full time job. What's good here at a vaccine? Put it in San Diego. It's just nice to To chat with people and especially people that are getting vaccinated because they're all so happy and excited. While knows this new job won't be permanent, she's hopeful tour Busses will start rolling again. And she can go back to work in the field She's loved for so many years. Sam bring Glass NPR news.
Deaths Of Mother, Child Found In New Jersey Pond Ruled Accidental
"Investigators are providing an update this morning on the tragic death of a mother and her son at a Morris County park last week, The Morris County Medical Examiner is ruling the deaths of 35 year Old War decided and her 11 year old son whose ear on men to be accidental. Last Tuesday, someone in Bouton's grace Lord Park heard a small child calling for their mother near the upper pawn section. When police arrived, they noticed footprints in the snow leading to the river bank, where they found Sayed and her son in the water. A six year old boy. Who was not physically injured was later confirmed to be the woman son. Funeral services for Sayed and her son were held on
"35 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Hey bible readers. I'm barely kabul and i'm your host for the bible. Recap think back to yesterday. The people of israel have just made a golden calf while moses meeting with god than moses destroyed it and gave the people in ultima. Datum the levi. It's rose to the occasion and killed three thousand people who aren't on god's side in the aftermath of all. This moses has a conversation with god. if you're looking at your bible with your eyes right now. imagine thirty. Three seven to eleven is copied and pasted above verse. One the conversation that happens between god and moses in verses one through six actually flows straight into verse twelve versus seven to eleven or just a little detour segment the author inserted to show the depth of the personal relationship between god and moses. That's not too confusing versus seven eleven. Tell us that god. And moses spent time together regularly. Anytime moses wanted to the tent of meeting outside of the camp and god would meet with him there by the way. This tent of meeting is altogether different from the tabernacle. God just described moses when they were on mount sinai for forty days that structured doesn't exist yet and when it does it will be among the people not outside the camp because remember god said. He wants to dwell in their midst. Lots of people came to see god at this tent of meeting. Scripture says god spoke with moses face to face now the father is spirit so he doesn't technically have a face but scripture anthropomorphized. God that just means it explains him in human terms. We can grasp you may wonder. But what about the terribly when he showed up. To abraham as an angel in genesis eighteen he had a face. Then you're right. He had a human face. That was a facade. Veiling his glory. But it wasn't literally god's face so don't imagine god with a face here. That's not what's happening. This is just scriptures way of indicating the level of intimacy and accessibility. Here they spoke face to face as with a friend. Joshua spent a lot of time at this tent to. You may remember joshua. The guy who led the battle against the malachite when they had attacked the israelites unprovoked while moses was up on the mountain with his staff. Today we saw god's sending the israelites away from the mountain of god which is also called mount sinai and mount horrib- he sends them toward canaan the promised land and he says he will not go with them himself but we'll send his angel now if this particular angel is the angel of the lord than it sounds like what's happening here is that god the son will be accompanying them. But not god the father who had been appearing as a pillar of fire and cloud in his anger. God wants to consume the israelites. Because of how they'd broken the covenant with him he describes them as a stiff necked people stubborn and rebellious basically is furious with them. It's not always fitting to compare human emotions. And god's emotions that can get us off track sometimes but at the risk of leading us down this path. Think for just a moment about anyone who's broken covenant. You was your initial reaction. Something like burning anger in response to the hurt. You felt that. Moses is not okay with god's response. He reminds got his promises to him and he reminds god that these are his people. He appeals again. To god's promises and god's heart moses helpless without god so he wants to be certain god is going with them in fact in thirty four eight thirty nine. He even says that the very reason god's should go with them is because they are stiff neck people they are especially in need of god's presence and guidance then moses asked god to show him his glory and again. We see a lot of anthropomorphized years. So don't imagine the god the father has an actual body. These are metaphors. God also tells moses a few more things about himself in thirty three nineteen he says. I will be gracious to whom i will be gracious. And we'll show mercy on whom i will show mercy this is fitting especially if you recall what we've learned about grace and mercy and what we deserve. Mercy is not getting what you deserve and grace is getting what you don't deserve god doesn't oh mercy to anyone that's why it's called mercy and he doesn't know grace to anyone. That's why it's called grace. So he does those out to whoever he wants whenever he wants and right. Now he's choosing to dole out mercy a plenty to a bunch of people who just broke their covenant with him moses center seeds and god bruins then god tells moses. They're going to remake the tablets. Moses broke when he was angry. God kept him the first time. But this time moses had to. I guess it's a bit of a you break it. You make it policy here. There's a little bit of a discrepancy about who had to write on the tablets this time around since the passage just says e but when moses is retelling the story in deuteronomy ten four he says god was the he who wrote on them which was nice of god he can probably chisel significantly faster than moses. God also tells moses a bit more about himself and thirty four six through seven and these are things. He has demonstrated so clearly to his relationship with his people. So far he's merciful. Gracious slow to anger abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness keeping steadfast love for thousands forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin so many things. That sound amazing all the good here. Proceeds the harsh. He says he will by no means. Clear the guilty. And he reminds moses sins have generational consequences. We can trust in the of god's character even those harsh things are good and necessary. We want a god who punishes the guilty. No one would trust. A judge didn't do that he would be impeached. God is both loving. And just and those two things are not at odds and by the way this use of thousands when god says keeping steadfast leper thousands. Many commentators believe this actually translates into keeping steadfast love for a thousand generations. Which if that's true means. This statement carries the weight of his steadfast. Love being carried out three hundred times more than the effects of sinfulness on the generations to the third and fourth generations. God then gives moses a refresher course on everything. Then moses takes tablets two point oh down to the people and when he gets there his face is so radiant from being in the presence of god that he has to put a veil over because the people were afraid to look at him he kept us upper. I don't know how long maybe the whole forty years they were in the wilderness. Ooh spoiler did i mention that. They're out here in the wilderness for forty years. But they're not lost in the wilderness. They're not even wandering in the wilderness. They're following god's lead step by step laced to place vowed to fire. We eventually find out why he takes time with this process. So hang in there. I don't wanna give it all away. We ended today with moses. The people in on everything god had said during sinai meetings number one and two because he was a little preoccupied after meeting number one destroying idols and drinking goldust and whatnot. Then once again the people say they're bought in so god sets out an awful not required donation for the tabernacle and according to the passage. Everyone who's heart stirred him donated and just makes me ask. How do hearts get stirred. Who does that. I have some ideas. Speaking of which. What was your god shot. Mine was short and simple in thirty three sixteen moses says. Is it not in your going with us so that we are distinct. I in your people from every other people on the face of the earth. I love that. God is what gives us our identity. He is what's noteworthy about us through his children. He makes himself and his goodness known throughout the earth. He shines light in the dark. He gives hope to the lost. He shows kindness to the harsh. He brings patients to the frantic. He is our identity. Is what's noteworthy about us. And he's where the joy is. You guys are the very best at spreading word about tv. Our thanks to you so many people who never would have read through the bible at joined us and are loving it. So here's a prototype for all of you who love to share the joy when you're inviting your friends to join us have them start at the start as opposed.
"35 years" Discussed on Here & Now
"For parks and so gardeners definitely positioning himself as someone who will work across the aisle on issues that are important to voters like the outdoors. Is he aligning himself with President Trump. He definitely is, yes, he aligned with the president's on impeachment on on a lot of the big issues. He's not split from President trump and he's one of only two Republican senators up for reelection in the state president trump lost, and so he's walking this fine line between aligning themselves with the president which he needs to get Republicans who support the president and I've talked to Republican voters who say we want Gardner to back the president strongly, we don't WanNa see any daylight there at all converge a lot of other people who want to see incredible daylight don't feel like he's been independent Let's look at Democrat John Hickenlooper a former governor as I mentioned and presidential candidate. Here's a recent at our country's a lot thrown at us but we can come back stronger and more just than we were before we can put an end to this era of corruption and chaos. The sense of Washington isn't even trying to make people's lives better. We've got to do everything we can to make a change. Up Against Gardener what is shoes is Hickenlooper focused on. He's definitely focused on this idea of going to Washington to change dysfunction get things done when he was governor two terms and then he was the Denver Mayor for two terms. He was a popular governor and Colorado had one of the strongest economies in the nation and he tried to be a moderate force to get different groups together to build coalitions, and he was somewhat business friendly especially with the oil and gas industry supports that industry. Another big thing we're hearing from Hickenlooper and Democrats is that he will stand up to. President trump, and this is one of the races that could determine which party controls the US Senate. So for a lot of voters I've talked to the races bigger than Cory Gardner. The raises bigger than John Hickenlooper. He's also had some missteps he recently apologized for comments. He made six years ago comparing politicians to slaves being whipped to roll in slave ship. An ethics investigation also found he violated a state ethics law by accepting flights on private planes. When he was governor are those issues hurting him are coming up to the forefront. They didn't primary and I think they will. Again I also covered a racial justice forum during the primary was at the height of the George. Floyd protests and one of the first questions moderator asked. What does the term black lives matter mean to you and he said it means all lives matter that upset a lot of people he apologized for that. He said he wasn't using that phrase in a way that some people were interpreting it to mean but. A lot of voters I talked to felt hurt that he was so out of step or is that how he really feels and so? Having said that he won the primary by twenty percentage points. And he is popular. He's well liked I. think those issues will matter. But for a lot of voters, there's bigger concerns that play was control of the Senate and everything that's going on. So. It sounds like you've spoken with a lot of voters but what do poll say about this race? One. Of the polling groups called morning console was one of the most recent polls and it has taken up by six points over Gardner and as a comparison the same poll has Joe Biden up by thirteen points in Colorado over president trump. So because Garner and trump are linked, the political analyst I've talked to have said that you know trump has a narrow his margin fairly significantly for Gardner to have a chance here because there will be some split ticket voters but it's not going to be a huge percentage of people that don't vote for trump but do support gardner. Bente burke land is a public affairs reporter for Colorado public radio so much for joining us. Thank you. And here now is a production of NPR. WB You are in association with the BBC World Service. I'm Tanya Moseley Robin Young. Here..
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"In Robert Downey, junior should be the new Mardi Nick Fly and Doc Brown and I could see that I can see it and I think that they could pull it off once again. Yeah, it's been thirty. Thirty years since back to the future three and they've reboots ten years later. You know they. They did a total recall remake already. They've done Jason and Friday thirteenth and you know they've done remakes for movies. That came out five years ago, so they could do it. Yeah. I mean neither do in a new Beverly Hills cop movie if they can do that and twenty. Twenty twenty, which by the way I think, that Marty MC flies product one of the greatest cinematic characters ever. He's up there in my opinion with Indiana, Jones or Hans, Solo. Those guys yeah, but really my top three is Mardi MC. Fly Fletch, Axel, Foley and I want to figure out a way that we just remakes of all. How about? How about? How about a? A like a marvel universe. Just have all three of them in a movie together. Come on, guys. It's all ball bearings I love. I love the fact that you like Mardi like we talk about his small stature, but if you call them chicken, he'll throw hands with anybody. That's that's the word that's the word that drives them crazy man. Don't call him a chicken, right. Booker actually told the story the other day where he was talking about how he was, when he first broke out in singles and WCW, having to work in his opinion, all the cruiserweights eye was one of them, and you were one of them. He mentioned that, and then he's had two hundred and twenty five pounds and I'm a cruiserweight. Weighed more than he did. He went up to. I think our whoever was running the show that night and said you know I'm sick of having to all these cruiserweights. You Got Russell Dean Malingco tonight. He's a cruiserweight. He said Dean was in the room and just gave them this. Look like you're in for a great night brother. Just get ready for it. Really Mardi fly as that cruiserweight mentality I guess. Don't call me that. Because I'll you feel? I'll work a little snug. Last question for you. which your favorite scene in back to the future man, and who's your favorites ancilliary character Oh. That's a great question. There's so many I actually in the book I obey The last couple of chapters is called ALMANAC where I I rank my top ten favor ancillary characters in the movie and some of my favorite doc gadgets, and what have you? Seen one is so hard because there's so many great ones, but I think that when Mardian docker there in the in the twin Pines Mall that time machine rolls out from his truck for the first time in Mardi goes. You built a time machine. A DELOREAN and they see it in action for the first time when I stop and smoking and right in any runs away from the Libyans, and it goes back to the past that means just that whole scene as as a kid. You're like WHOA. Mind blown. This is the greatest thing that I've ever seen so I. think by default it would have to be that I still love the scene where they're all sitting at the table and nineteen, fifty five and his. His Dad grandfather calls him in idiot I. Love that, but answer Larry Characters. There's so many there's actually so many great ones. Goldie Wilson is one of them. I think that he's like one of those guys who I call like a heat check. He only has one scene really in the movie. It's so memorable. The mayor run there. Yeah, yeah, I like the sound of that, so gold is up there. Marvin berries up there even old man peabody. I'm against new. So there's so many great ones. It's hard to narrow it down to one. I do my best in the book. My favorite I actually have to, but my favorite scene. Is when he gets to play Johnny be good with the Marvin Berry in the starlight and. He failed he didn't get into the battle of the bands in one, thousand, nine, thousand, five, hundred, fifty five. He's playing the sky school dance and he's rocking and what's crazy crazy? He gets to actually like Michael J.. Fox was his idea. He's like I want to give all these references to the guitar Gods I WANNA do the duck walk. Yeah, I WANNA. Do the windmill I wanNA. Do you know sly no money? I WanNa do all of that and he got to do it. Because Michael J.. Fox actually played guitar. See that in the light of day movie. With Joan Jett, which is also another forgotten classic. The thing that I like one of the scenes I like the best. To bring it all back home when he gets back to one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty five, and the car breaks down, and he has to run to the lone Pine Mall and he still sees Doc Brown die gets shot, and then realized that he put on the process because he saved the letter and taped it all together, but I love the fact that when you see that for the first time you think after all that. Doc Brown really still dis. What did he accomplish nothing? Nothing and then he's still alive and. I thought that was one last little like you're not out of the woods yet. Guys and a real kind of Kuwait, and they did that that whole leading up to that when Marty's and fifty five, and he's trying to get back to the future, and they're timing it with a lightning storm and dot falls off the clock tower, and then he has to slide down and connect the cable, and then Marty's car won't start. Yes, they did really good job of always keeping suspense, and that they had a lot of false finishes their of brother, great, great seven, and like you mentioned the fact that Billy Zane. The Phantom, and the he'll from titanic was one of. This gang members. It was another little touches wealth, and then come back for the sequel to. Do so I I love the Phantom. That might be the next book I got to talk about. The, Kristy Swanson. Catherine Zeta Ninety, six Oh Kristy Swanson was awesome at the time. Oh Man, what a great a for this! Thank you for sending me the book. Really appreciate talking about this. And like you said it was really cool to go back and watch that move even though I've seen it probably I don't know thirty times whatever it is, but to watch it action the thirty th anniversary, and to talk with you about it was a real blast so I appreciate that Chris I'm glad that you got the bulk. I'm glad that you enjoyed the movie and I think if I can give an excuse to rewatch back to the future I think that's a good thing and I'll take it now. It's time to go back to the future two and three. I, really appreciate it Chris and then get the book on. You know all the other retailers Amazon, any of that stuff. You think I'm going to spend the rest of my life in Islam Budget Golden. No Sir I'm GonNa make myself I'm going to night school. In one day I'M GONNA. Be Somebody that's right. He's going to be there. Now that's a good idea. I can run for Mayor Colored Mayor. That'll be the day you wait and see Mister. carruthers live. We'll be I'll be the most powerful man in. He'll valley and I'm going to clean up this town good by sweeping the floor. Gobi Wilson The sound of that..
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Land Michael J. Fox is one of the biggest stars in the world. Steven Spielberg so I'm assuming the studio was expecting a hit. Was it a hit? Right off the back? Unlike you I. I did go see it in the theater. And I remember back in those days especially in the summer every weekend something came out, and you would dictate the calendar of your summer by which movies were coming out seriously, because because once again there was no VCR, but there was no Amazon Hulu netflix movie channels. So if you wanted to see it, you were going to that theater and I remember people were talking about that movie for months and months and months. Yeah, I mean the studio whenever they finished it and they got the final cut together. The studio was so impressed with what they saw. They actually moved the release date up which rarely happens right? Normally studios push release dates back. They said this is going to be a hit. We need this to come out during the three-day weekend of July fourth. That's why came on July third. It was originally supposed to come. I'm just showing you stuff in the collection, but yeah, this is the promotional. This July third. I'm going back to the future Oh. Wow, with the original logo date was July the nineteenth It is supposed to be in blue, so they're going to have it. July nineteenth and they were so confident, they said let's move it a couple of weeks up and let's let's go with this because they knew they knew what they had and. Again. Go back to wrestling being at the desk when I'm watching a match and I'm calling it when I when the one two three comes, and you hear the crowd's reaction. You already know you saw instant. Classic right are when you when you go out there with whether it be book, our triple H or whomever you worked back in the day wrestlemainia are Monday night raw. Even a house show you know as soon as it's over. Wow, we got him. Yeah and studio new as soon as they saw. Oh, we got. This is a hit and it was the number. One movie of the year came out and you know there's few movies about ninety five. We talked about the. Breakfast club Color Purple Saint almost fire. There was some big movies that came out, but back to the future foreign away was the number one of that year, but just completely ignored by the Academy at the Oscars. It won the award for sound editing. But. You know that's like know best cinematographer that came in on a Tuesday afternoon to have thirty minutes I mean you're talking best support you know. If that was nowadays, you could have made a stand for maybe that Michael J.. Fox's best actor, but Crispin Glover and Christopher Lloyd is best supporting and definitely best picture, best director, best screenwriter to yeah. I would be curious to see what one thousand nine hundred was probably frigging Amadeus or some stupid. Something like that. Probably those blockbuster movies don't get the love from the academy. Sure they'll always get like the effects. Yeah, or something like that, but we think about parts of the Caribbean and how Great Johnny Depp was as Captain Jack He got an Oscar nomination for the first one right. He gets a big Oscar nomination, but that's kind of like a a a rare one, not a lot, not a lot of those big action. Movies tend to get the that love or are the big blockbusters. Maybe you know Heath Ledger. Joker got in some stuff, but I think that Crispin Glover would have been a shoe in for best supporting actor. Best director best screenplay at least nomination. At least a Nas I'm looking at Oscars for nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six best picture out of Africa. Best Actor William hurt kissed the spiderwoman here. Okay I can dig this for for the winter best supporting actor Msci, from cocoon, okay, he was pretty good, not so, but you know, but as far as. Not even getting nominated so there you go. That's kind of what you're directing Stanley Sydney Pollack out of Africa. That's a typical academy deal, but. As we start to wind down here. Why did it take so long to between back to the future and back to the future to to release the sequel for years? The thing was we all. Remember the end of the movie where you're. Marty's finally gets the truck. He's back with Jennifer and then. You'RE GONNA compete with me. We aware back to the future. Something's gotTa. Be Done about your kids right, and then they fly off into the scene. Well, many people remember it saying to be continued at the end of that movie, but it actually in the theatrical version never said that all that was on the home video version. They put that really so the Bob Gale Bob's back. Back is. They said that was just a joke like we thought that'd be a cute way to in the movie like Oh, they go on another adventure that we never see ever again right? Yeah, when they was a hit. Obviously the studio calls and says hey would y'all do another one of these. And it made. It made three hundred ninety million off of nineteen million budget. Ridichio, yeah, I'm I'm assuming they were calling. Ask for another one, so they call and ask for the other one than any other like. Like, we'd love to do it as long as we can get Marty and doc back. If we can get them back, we can create a story. The characters in the actors right yeah the actors Yeah Yeah. We can get Michael J., Fox and Chris Christopher Lloyd back. We can make another story. And then they signed on, and they said as long as the. You're doing it, we're in. In and try to get as many people as they could back, and that's where they had the issue crispin. Glover come back and even Claudia Wells. Who Plays Marty's girlfriend, Jennifer and back to the future one. She couldn't come back because her mother got ill. Really yes, she took a break from acting. So that's why it's Elizabeth Shue wearing a terrible whig by the way very. Very Eighties Claudia Wells by the way I think one of the breath-taking women in one thousand, nine, hundred five. Oh, my gosh agreed, so they try to get as many back as they could. And then they had a right, so you know they did expect. It's like today where you know they signed. Robert Downey junior to iron man. We know we're going to do seven movies with him. Yeah, yeah, you're right. They sign up for a five picture deal or whatever it is right. They didn't have any of that. That they thought there's going to be a one off took four years which they had to write it. They had to come up with it, but they actually shot back to the future to three like I said it was going to be one movie. They split into two, and they shot him at the same time, while which was the first time that was done. You know they did it actually with a three musketeers and four musketeers they tried to do with the original Superman movies were were Dick Donner Superman. Started Superman to shooting at the same time, but this was like the first time. It's really done successfully, so they shot back to the future two and three at the same time, and that's why the weight from between one and two was so long, but the weight between two and three was just six months, and they thought what a great idea that we could actually put little trailer together at the end up back to the future to to show him. We're GONNA go to the West and back to the future three in your came out six months later, so just added it up..
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"It's one of the also the. Most quotable movies of all time to I mean even with great Scott and this is heavy, and all that stuff, and and I think that another guy who's just perfectly cast Christopher Lloyd. Nobody else could have been doc. Brown, greatest amazing, and also to, and you can tell us a couple of the other the other people that auditioned, but one of the reasons why he plays it so well as he's basically just playing a smarter version of Jimmy Hausky like before Jimmy tells c. from taxi got burned out and whatever drugs he was. was taking. He was a genius who created a time machine. That's the way I always looked at it like Bush. Stood Mardi you know, but who who else a- addition for that, so they consider a whole lot of people jeff. Goldblum was one of the guys that works and you could see that one of the ones that I love is on the call. She was Eddie Murphy interesting they talked about Eddie Murphy in the eighties at the height of Eddie to be doc. Brown gene wilder was another one you could see that was. Of See that work. Willy Wonka vibe to it, but once again there's certain roles that were guys were born to play and I think the leads in this movie both of them and All four of include biff in Lorraine and George George to exactly the whole the whole five of them. You can't think of a better of a better casting and obviously thirty five years of seeing these people, but whoever was hot at that point in time I can't think of anybody better might be ones that might have worked as well gene wilder, Jeff Goldblum, but there wouldn't have been anybody better than Christopher. Lloyd in that role in at that time, and you know what's funny is I'm a huge, Christopher Lloyd, Fan. I think he's actually great and everything that he's in in Nineteen eighty-five. If you talk to him, he thought he thought clue would have been the one. Clue the movie you know I'm professor. Professor Plum without one doc Brown in. Back to the future, but he described it as he was. was constantly in. which I think is the perfect way to describe that character. Everything's big x Glamour Tori. We're going to get you back to the money Oh great Scott. Everything that he does is huge big, and he's almost like a like a conductor in an orchestra, the way moves, and he just nailed it. He just completely nailed what that character was. The character to is great, too, because he's got I love the term Rube Goldberg. Which of course, the macgyver, it would be a modern term of of these invented. That were so insane and the majority of does it work, but it's like going. Oh, yet ten ideas. Nine of them sucked in one of them would be like phenomenon. The man of thousand four holds for example, and that's what Doc Brown did. Is He created all these dumb ideas that the thought you know the remind reader thing and the opening of the cans into the bowl like automatic breakfast, but what he comes up. Up with in the flux capacitor is that's the winter. That's the moneymaker. The million dollars score which once again these are parts of our cultural lexicon as a matter of fact, a great story that's very quickly I, met Christopher Lloyd in Japan at a bar once and he wouldn't talk. You don't talk to my friend. Luther Dr Luther lending him to hit it off and I went over to him to say like Hey, man. Eight Twenty Gigawatts I know you, and of course he was not having. It probably had an eighteen hundred idiots like me. Come up to by the way. You're not the first person that said that to me today, and it's one point two one gigawatt. And walked away I was a mixed up the gigawatts the miles, but you know that's part of our cultural lexicon of the gigawatts and eight point eight miles per hour. Yeah, that's another thing I just love about this movie quotable. It's it's much like Seinfeld. It's become part of our lives for all generations. Yeah, and the thing is even in Seinfeld. Actually are Jerry's in his apartment on Jerry's bookshelves, he had back to the future three was one of the movies really yeah. It was. Pretty woman and something else you know it is one of those things to wear. As soon as you hear delorean. No one thinks. Oh, that was like a sports car in the eighties right? No, you think back to the future when you hear eight miles per hour gigawatt, even when I think of clock tower, yeah, the first thing I think is back to the future, and they really had a way of. Of everything just worked it all worked, and even the sequels they'll work and even seeing the the different versions of the time machine and think about this Oh Chris. You think about back to the future and add conic the movie, but back to the future to as some of the most iconic things from all the back to the future and the Hover Board. Right when you think of the word that's back. Back to the future to. It wasn't in the first one, but everybody knows the hover. Yeah, everybody knows the flying delorean. They continued even four years after the original when in eighty nine when back to the future to came out, they still figured out how to impact pop culture. You know what's interesting, too. Is that talking with the skateboard and the hover, board, and like you said people think that that's. That's the first one, but the first one is just the skateboard, but that's actually like I don't know how they did the stunts for that, but that's actually Michael J. Fox holding onto the back of the pickup truck because they show a close up of him, and they show him driving away. There's no CGI back in those days. Like how in the L. Did the studio allow their star to basically? Bumper. Shine is we called it in Canada in the back of pickup truck on a on a skateboard. I here's the thing. They had had some great insurance, because not only was he doing that? He was also probably sleep deprived because he would do like I said family ties all day. They would shoot a lot of these scenes. Christie like three four in the morning while. On the weekends whenever they could Michael said at one point they would literally drive him to the the set of back to the future from family ties, and then drive them home, and somebody would literally have to carry him and put him in bed, so he could get like an hour and a half asleep and wake up and do everything again when the movie came out, was it I mean obviously now we're in big budget..
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Get the more I really appreciate those little things, because because it is really is and my favorite movies whether their comedy's spinal tap, Big Lebowski, or whether it's something, they fiction or exception, the more you watch it, the more you notice in the more you see back the futures. One of those you can just watch at once. There's so much going on. It's so well done like Jennifer rights. Let me give you my grandma's number on the piece of paper. That tells them how they can get the lightning. Everything, those really zero plot holes in that film about massive time travel and alternate universes, and that's what I love about it. Talk about one of the most well written scripts of all time. It was one of those things that they say this was screenwriting. Run One on one everything that we say going to pay off late. Right I mean you even say when when you see him at the beginning and they're talking about. Oh. You know I remember when I first met your father. What were you doing George bird-watching? And then you find out that he was peeping Tom back in the. But, they're setting it all up. Oh, yeah, we I kiss it the enchantment of the dance that was the night of the famous Hill Valley lightning storm, and they were just giving you all this information, and they're front loading this exposition four to pay off even when when when Marty and doc go to the JC Penney parking lot at twin Pines Mall. Great One. That's when talking about I remember when all this was farmland old man peabody where to breed pine trees, and that's. Why was twin pine? Mall Woman Mardi goes back to nineteen fifty five. He runs over one of the two twin trees, and then it becomes Lone Pine Mall in the next. It's all stuff like that and they were great at doing that throughout all three movies. You have said like John. Moore turned into Jones family thing they did that so many times throughout the movie and there's so many Easter like even in the opening shot. Reseal the clocks in DOC's lab. There's actually a clock of a guy holding on to one of the arms of the clock. Hanging of it. on on docks. Your little lab like doc does at the end of the movie. Oh. Wow, and and that. That was that was actually a reference to a An actor named Harold. Lloyd called safety last where he's holding onto the clock and they show you that he was like an original Jackie Chan. There's stuntman. He actually was holding onto this clock. Right thirty five stories up, or whatever was right, and and and they show you that in back to the future they show like a little model him hanging onto it, and that pays off at the end of the movie. Were docs hanging from the clock tower. It's so many so many great things like that, even I still even after writing this book watching these movies, dozens and dozens and dozens of times. Looking for everything I still fine things. That I didn't notice before. Like I was just watching back to the future to and when Marty goes to the antique shop, there's actually a little stuffed doll of Roger, rabbit. MEKA'S BOB's. A MEKA's did who framed Roger Rabbit with Christopher Lloyd. There's all those kind of things the name of the mall. Is the clock? Tower Mall in two thousand fifteen in the logo is a clock tower with lightning strike. Wow, and these are things I'm just now seeing after decades and not to get too into because that's the whole the show I think anybody that doesn't appreciate I, mean they? Definitely, the one is the best twos the middle threes. The third I know you've had shows that say threes is the best but to me. Part two is super underrated. As as one of the best written scripts like one is a little bit more basic in it's time travel to has much more time space continuum and like I said I. Don't want to get too deep into. Have to mention to anybody listen to this. That maybe hasn't seen part or hasn't seen part two in a while. Go back and watch it even as a standalone because it's pretty brilliant. Yeah, it's so weird and I think it's like you know people. Ask me all the time you know who's on your Mount Rushmore wrestling and you're like Oh. Let's flair. Rock Austin and then it changes though right all the time. We got to put taker in their y'all you gotta put Macho Man and it's the same thing with back to the future when people ask me where your rank them one two three and sometimes I say threes, my favorite, sometimes I say one, but recently to has been one of those that I keep going back and watching that because think about how great of an idea was for rid. The original script was written as one movie. It was going to be called back to the future paradox, and they were going to go, so two and three was going to. To be one Phil. Oh, it is going be a whole called paradox, yes, going to be called paradox, and there's a script online of the original draft that you can read, and they actually didn't go back to nineteen fifty five, they went to the nineteen sixties, and Lorraine was like a flower child, and there's all this stuff with JFK and real weird. And then they had the idea of separating a two, and it was Robert Zemeckis, who went to his writing partner, and said you know we had the opportunity with time machine to do something that no one's ever done. We can go back into the first movie oh wow. I can actually see it from different view, we can see it from a different angle, and that's what's really cool about the second when they get back to nineteen fifty five right and you're seeing the familiar scenes a back to the future one, but you're seeing them from a different angle like Marty's and strickland's office and he seeing. George without or he's watching himself. Play Johnny be good. You know he's saying not bad at being able to know. And then what's great about that Christine is as an audience member. You know what's about to happen, so you know a man some screws up here. What's going on man? That's going set up the third move there. They're changing. They have to Redo the events in nineteen, fifty five to not change time that they already redid in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five to not change time, right? Right right? Let's talk about the rock and roll elements of back to the future, because that's something I gravitated to I I saw the movies a kid in nineteen, thousand, eight five assists in the theater, but I, if you're in a city or state where the gyms are closed because of the Rona, or maybe you just don't WanNa work out in a gym with a bunch of strangers. You don't WanNa wear a mask. While you're training, you can always download the Didi py now APP and let. Let Diamond Dallas page. Help you workout from the safety and comfort of your own home with y. you.
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Hair and do it for keeps, but I need a nuclear reactor to generate the one point twenty one. Loud. Twenty, what? How could I do careless? Boy Twenty Watch thumb am I going to generate that kind of power it can't be done can't talk a little about the casting because the original casting of Mardi MC fly was not Michael J. Fox. Yeah, actually needs to. The filmmakers thought when they wrote Mardi fly. They said you know who would be a perfect Marty MC. Fly Is Michael J. Fox. They went to at the time Gary Goldberg was the producer of this show called family ties and family ties was a massive Sitcom at the time in the eighties and Michael J. Fox, played a character named Alex p Keaton, and he was one of the biggest stars on television but Gary Goldberg who ran the show said. Hey, there's no way I'm letting him. Stop Filming to go do this movie. I'm just. Just not gonNA. Do it right, so they said okay, whatever we'll go to the next option. The next option was got him Eric Stoltz. Who was a well known actor at the time and you always done great work sense. He did movie masks that a lot of people knew from pulp fiction pulp fiction. He was in later in the nineties the Clinton Tarintino movie, so they said okay. We're GONNA. Go extols. So they cast Eric Stoltz to be Mardi MC fly, and they actually shot Chris seven weeks of footage. Wow! With Eric Stoltz seven weeks seven weeks. If you talked to certain guys like Christopher Lloyd, says it don full of who plays Mayor Goldie Wilson even Tom Wilson who plays biff Tannen. They all said we were done with our scenes. We had shot everything for the movie we were done. Bob Gallons MEKA's again. They were watching the dailies. which is you know the you know all the scenes that they shoot for the day and they're kinda cutting some of the footage together and Robertson Meka's who directed movie said he's just not funny. Because the character Michael J. Fox is such a a Mardi MC. Fly Rather is such a reactive character. He's a fish out of water and a lot of the fun parts of is him. Reacting to you know. My Mom's got the hots for me and this is heavy in these big. Reaction even something little like when he's put his pants on and falls down right. Even little falls like that. He just makes it works so well and I guarantee. He came up with out on the spot. You know. Yeah, he's. He's one of those guys and I. think that you know He. He knows how to use his physical abilities as an actor, an annual his size he's. He's a smaller guy. Anybody knows how to use it as advantage and I guarantee, those are all improv things, so Eric Stoltz, who's playing this like? It was serious, and he actually was in full method actor mode, so he had everybody on the set call Marty. You GotTa Call Mardi. I'm Marty Fly. Don't say anything else. He's reacting to the characters like they're actually people so. People in the in the movie acting like it was real, and that wasn't the right. Since ability for the character, Mardi. Flight didn't have the life in. It didn't have the fun in it. He was more scared. But not this the reaction that we got from Michael J. Fox so they shot with him for seven weeks. They'd almost finished and the studio actually gave them a deadline and said. If you don't finish this movie by a certain time, we're just GONNA scrap the whole production. Wow, so Robert Zemeckis was kind of freaking out like what am I going to do because if I if I finish the movie, with Eric, Stoltz it's not going to be what I want. It's not going to be great, and I might never get to make a movie again. because. He had just made romancing the stone, which is the only reason he actually got the green light to be director for back to the future. So he called Steven Spielberg in and they watched the footage and Stevens. Said Yeah Eric Stoltz just he's just not funny, so they had to make the decision after seven weeks almost finishing the whole movie to let him go and fire Brad. Isn't that something that you would find I mean I remember like apocalypse now like Martin. Sheen came in. He had a heart attack and went nuts or whatever harvey harvey. Yeah. Obviously might be different because I think like you said he might have lost his brains, but if it was something where you know that the person is clicking, why would it take seven weeks to figure that out? You think they would know that after the first week why? Did, but again they had that mandate from the studio of you've gotta finish this film by a certain date and their number. One choice wasn't available, so they had to go to somebody. They thought that Eric Stoltz was as close as they possibly could get to what they wanted. Yeah, they. They try to finish the movie with them, but again they just seven weeks is a real long time I think there was one of those things where you're probably line to yourself I, mean I know that sometimes I'm so. So when I'm working at Riady wrestling I have this idea that I'm going to pitch to booker of the storyline. How it's GonNa be great, and Booker gives the go ahead with it, and we're watching it. Play on the ring and you not you know when you're watching. It sure is at work. This isn't what I thought, but you're lying to yourself. You're saying okay, but we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA figure it out. We'll get there. You know it wasn't bad. Yeah, exactly. It doesn't have that Magic to it. How do they? How were they able to finally get Michael. Do the the movie so after they let go Eric Stoltz. They went back to Gary Goldberg from family ties, and they convinced him they said Hey. We'll do whatever it takes. We'll film at around your schedule. We'll film in the morning. We'll film at night. We'll film on the week whenever we can. We just need Michael and he goes okay. I'll give you my blessing, but he's got to want to do it. so Gary Goldberg brought Michael J. Fox into his office. He had the script to back to the future and like a Manila envelope very like movie Villain Esque, right?.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Is more. His jetlag must have been crazy for three weeks. Bob's MEKA's would fly to Los Angeles after his days filming the Trink of the train climax of this movie to approve the sound of. while. He went back to film more of Roger. I believe Roger Rabbit. So, he would be on a plane every day for three weeks. Ridiculous the photographer at the Film Festival is the film's director Photography Dean Kunde who is a great guy met him fears back. doc. Brown's wardrobe is inspired by Professor Marvel Marvels in the wizard of Oz. When dopplers train whistle saying. I've I've wanted to do? This is my that my whole life. This is said to the boy and the polar express another film by Bob's Meka's. This is last one here NOPE, few more. In in each of the movie trilogy, there is an early scene that foreshadows and event that occurs in the Third Act in the first movie of figure of a guy, clinging to the clock is seen in DOC's lab, which foreshadows the climax of that movie. In! DOC says he wishes a post office was as punctual as the weather at the end of at and at the end of partout. You see a postman delivering the. Letter have Mardi. So. There's some dope stuff there. Are Eighty. Actor former president, Ronald Reagan was originally approached to play the part of Mayor Hubert because his fondness for the film. The part of Shima smick fly she Mr Shimano. It was famous. Famous. Mardi flying. was originally ran for Crispin Glover even know he fucking shunned them in part. Impart to They still want actually no. Time, so they just want him to play different roles. And twenty the saloon in one, thousand, nine, hundred five is in the same location as Louis Cafe in nineteen, fifty, five, the gym, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, and the Cafe Eighties and twenty fifteen. By. Cold One ended on so. We'll never get a bar to the future part four and I hope we never get it back to the future remake so with this three movies. Do you think it's still one of the best trilogies of all time? yeah, undisputed definitely I. Don't think there's any denying how. Great this trilogy is and I mean. I is this the only time travel trilogy that you can think of? Yeah! Because you do, we have all these time travel movies? But Eric Hi Thomas, Sheen, no, we're we're. We're sealy terminator. We just don't count everything else after to that. We forget that the other garbage exists so that's really a saga. This is more of a trilogy yeah. So. That's trash and this is good. Absolutely, we like so. One last thing before we go, it wasn't. It's not really a fun fact, but it's. Something that I found like five six years ago. Have you guys in the Youtube video at the little boy on the train at the end of bacteria future par-three? Yes, a little pointing finger thing. Yeah, I'm not going to see what he does. But I gotta say is listeners just youtube? Little boy, future three and seen and you guys will see what the hell we're talking about. So? That wraps up this week's. Episode I was trying to think of a witty pun, but I got nothing. Until then he cenex weekends. mm-hmm..
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"I went through so many newsstands here in here in the tri-state area, and every everything was out. Everyone had copies like they were like incredibly rare. I had to recruit some so I I went to Montclair state and I I was a fraternity when I was there. I was already graduated. Alpha campus I had to recruit fraternity brothers from the university at Montclair State to get me the newspaper. I went through the same thing, but I did not have a fraternity I had a girlfriend at the time so I told Jenny. Who is not my wife that? Please check every newsstand you because she worked in New York so I think. I thought it would be a little bit easier in New York than it would be new. Jersey and she found it right away in the first newsstand so. When I was walking to work I, checked everywhere, and it was gone. I think people probably camping out for that I. Don't know how much it goes for now, but it's just a great collector's item to have. Up. So I. Don't know if as knew this, but the original plan for back to the future two and three. What's to be one movie? It's one script, the original script, one hundred and eighty five pages. So when Steven Spielberg, read it. No, you have movies here you don't have. One long movie, so that pretty much one on the other reason they decided to film everything I want because it was originally going to be one movie anyway. So that was an interesting. Take a next up. A back like I mentioned, two and three were filmed back to back after filming the scene where doc and Marty return from the future in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, a and drop Jennifer off at her front porch after this to cast, actually waited till daylight and film. The encina part three where she is awakened. You'll I don I wish I was a little bit shoe. You know much easy money. She probably made. Morell now for partout. She was actually emperor to. I've thought about part three. She did nothing. next up Leah. Thompson Thomas Wilson are the only actors to play the same characters, young and old and four different time periods, fifty, five, eighty, five, one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, alternate and Twenty fifteen. And then according to the book, we don't need roads. The original plan for Marty's Hover Board was to have the name Swiss of the Swiss Watch company Swatch on it, implying that the branched out from watches since nineteen eighty five. Last up. Robert Zemeckis was unhappy about the way universal market the film he actually wanted he wanted them to make clear that this film was ultimately setup for bacteria par-three, but universal wanted to advertisers advertise as its own independent movie, and that's the reason. I never could put this ahead of one for the simple fact that this does feel like it's setting something else up especially with how it ends. Job of every middle movie trilogies instead of the third one now. Depends because you sometimes have like for example like Batman returns. That's not setting. That doesn't send anything up. It just true. You know just been. Bama forever surely doesn't do. It doesn't do any of the September returns does. You know to I guess the thing..
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Addicts. I took personally took. And biff sleepiness Yup. I have that, too. What about you Leo? What are you have? Yeah, I have incentives number one. Bit Sexually Harassing Lorraine is yeah. That's a terrible look Actually I have Michael J. Fox's singing or the dubbed singing scene. Definitely, it's definitely dubbed. I for. Twenty five years that I've been loving. This movie I always thought he saying it. Definitely wasn't him. Oh yeah, definitely duct and I think the quintessential question that every back to the future fan wants to know. Why are Mardi dot friends? Yes? Because I can kick this off because that's my number one. Why is this old ass? Man Friends with a teenager? Where did they meet? How why are the disclose? It doesn't yeah, yeah I'm with you. Why even friends? And it's crazy, one of the best tools and movie history. Yes yeah, that's that's age really poorly for me as well all right. Here I go. The importance of clocks does a lot clocks and back to the future and none of the matter anymore because we all have iphones. True. Giant speakers turned to the Max I think that's pretty bad pretty poorly MARDI turning on the speakers to the maximum thinking that he's not gonNA. Blow up the entire. Garage. Marty is a boyfriend I think that is. He's not a great boyfriend and I don't know what Jennifer is doing with him. I think he she can do better. Yeah. Especially for one is freaking gorgeous Jennifer one. Marty's band that age worse. They're pretty garbage. George being a peeping, Tom I'm surprised you guys have. Uncle Joey still being in jail? Despite two different alternative, one, thousand, nine, hundred five exists now. Nine hundred fifty five high school security. How did this old man and non student get into the high school like nothing? BIFF, trying to rape Lorraine have that. The delorean starter. Does that car never wants to start? Pepsi Free Data Age poorly, because it doesn't exist anymore and finally. Why does Mardi have so much clothing in California in Nineteen eighty-five? There's so many layers on that kid look so I counted. He's wearing a t shirt. He's wearing a button down. He's wearing suspenders. He's wearing a jacket and then he's wearing a life preserver. and. He doesn't sweat I never see him sweat. He is immune to sweat. Any anything every part one. He's like skateboarding away from a car. And like.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Boy. That's just as I. Like the movie like I. Wow, yeah, it's it's well I. Mean we can say that, but I don't believe any Elba was nominated for Batman either so it just shows. Some of the greatest scores of all time were missed by the Oscars of the film won the Hugo, award for best dramatic presentation, it won the Saturn Award for best fiction film, Michael J. Fox and the visual designers one categories at the Saturn awards. And at the BAFTA 's. was nominated for best picture. Original screenplay visuals SPEC visual effects, production, design editing, and at the glows it was nominated for best picture original song, best actor best screenplay. No one nominated to score. I don't know man. I, don't know I. Don't know what the fuck they were listening to. What other what other scores came now in the mid eighties? You're actually while you guys are. Talking about the travesty about the score. Not Being nominated I'm GonNa look up the nominees that year. I'm like. Credible. Hopefully there was something really iconic that came out of eighty five. I. I mean I can't think of anything I can't. Really can't think of anything it's. I mean it should have been nominated for best picture, too so, but I can see why it wasn't because of how I think. If it came out today, it would be nominated for best picture I don. Looking and looking at what was nominated, I can see that was should have been nominated for best picture. So I'm looking right now. At the. Score and the score nominees were out of Africa the color purple. Silverado a witness. and Agnes of God. You can't get back to. I'm, not, GONNA, lie. I've never heard any of these scores, and I see witness, and under remember much of that score so I I got nothing I got nothing there it was. It's pretty ridiculous in my my personal opinion, but let's get. Let's move on to what's age worst and what's best. I got a lot of Shit here. Fellas so Leo work for work or for well. I got it for both. ooh, poorly I have like. Three. I couldn't find too many things all right so some of the funds summer. The a lot of these are just nitpick fun things that I thought would be funny to bring up, but I'll I'll. I'll go last here right I. Why don't you kick us off with what? What's each worst for you? The incest or alphabet. On my list to, and that's not joking either. Half, joking and half serious. Yeah Yeah. I mean she didn't know. I know but I mean is just no. No at the KISS I? I'll give her that. Marty checking out other girls right in front of Jennifer. Love, you I love you for that. Animal experimentation. Einstein, eighty I need he. Sign it uses Einstein in the car I. Guess You're right. Yeah, that's sure. and term refer.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"A bigger fan. The older I got just because they got to understand more the intricacies in the story in the movie and just the biggest impact. On. Society agreed. What about you? It's funny, because if you were to ask me a couple of months ago, like if I was just a movie, I enjoy, but the more like list we do, the more I realize I like it more more because it's more and more on my list. So I, would have to say that. It's definitely one my favorite movies so I. Think we're I'M GONNA? Have Fun I did have fun with the doing this age best and worst, but before we even get to the fun part I'm GonNa just say I think this is a close to a perfect movie as it gets, and what I mean perfect like I think. Godfather Godfather to or like perfect in terms of files, but what I mean by perfection with back to the future is that? A cultural event you don't have just signifies that lovey. You have casual movie goers I. Watch it and love it so I feel like back to the future is kind of the perfect movie for everybody. And I think thirty five years later still. I still think that it is absolutely perfect. There is to me. It's the easiest to hours that you can get watching a movie. It is so so fun, but let let's get into the production of it. I do have a little bit of A. There is a lot of casting things that I'm going to get into more in the fun facts because there's one well known thing that you guys minority about Michael. J. Fox in the original casting so I will get to that later, but in regards to the production of the movie writer producer Bob Gale concede back to the future. Visiting his parents in Saint Louis Missouri after the release of used cars searching through their basement, gale found his father's high school yearbook and discovered. He was president of his graduating class. Because of that, he didn't know that his father was even president of his class. It came up. He started coming up with the idea of what would it be like to be in high school with my dad? And then he's pitched the idea robbers, meka's Megastar of. You know it was a good idea and began to work on the script. So they set the story in one, thousand, nine, hundred five, because an eighteen year old in nineteen, eighty, five, traveling to me is parents at the same age of mathematically required descript travel to the decade and I think I don't know if you guys agree I. Think the fact that it is in the fifties. Helps a movie a lot. Because there's there's such a charm of the nineteen fifties. That was full display, even though they're on a sound set so. Diverse draft the back to the future was finished in February. Nineteen eighty one and presented a Columbia who put the film in turn around. They thought it was a really Nice Q.. Phil but not sexual enough. I think it's yeah. I think it has enough. They suggested that they take the script to Disney, and they decided to see if any other major studios wanted a piece of the of the film. Every studio rejected the script for the next four years while they went through two more drafts. During the early nineteen eighties you had those those Raunchy comedies porkies, fast times of Ridgemont high. There were more risque and adult themed so back to the future, actually looked in compared to those noises kind of light. They finally pitch back to the future to Disney but Disney said that they felt the story of a mother, falling in love with her son was not appropriate for families bill under the name brand. And to say Disney hasn't really changed much they still you know care about their brand. So eventually they went to Steven Spielberg who WAS ON BOARD He loves a screenplay, but he was absent to the project development because America's Meka's fell. If he produced another flop under him, he would never be able to make another movie. So after the MEKA's romancing the stone. which was a big hit? If finally opened the doors for universal to make the movie and here we are now. Back to the future who is released on July, third, one, thousand, nine, hundred five, and for a budget of nineteen million, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, it took home, three hundred and eighty nine point one million dollars. So the fact that we're and not for inflation to show you how much money that movie made in eighty five, so both in terms of the trophy room, right in here. The movie won best sound effects. Editing was a Mexican gale were nominated for best original screenplay. The power of Love was nominated for best original song, and the movie was nominated for best sound mixing. Do you. Did you guys hear what I missed? I mean. There's one of things there, yeah! Not. I'm not gonNA forgive picture, but I'm GONNA put that to the side. One of the top ten grades film scores of all time was not nominated for best original score. Yeah my mind,.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"A masterful like lyrics were just blew me away, It was yeah like a Lynn. Lemon Randa freaking did incredible on this like how he tied in all different genres of music. He made it very contemporary very easy to follow Yeah, DUDE! I caught myself like googling historical events and I'm like Yo. That did happen and it was it was. It was awesome and I think Talking to a friend off the line, he was asking me. He hasn't seen it yet, and he was like what do you? What do you think the purpose of the show is and I and I thought to myself, okay? Do you mean why there's minority representation for every character or just a purpose of the show and I think me, and he asked just overall purpose of the show like for me. What you just said is the purpose of the show because a lot of people, they've heard of Alexander Hamilton, but they don't know anything about Alexander Hamilton. We we were taught, and I can remember from US history in high school and Grammar School like you learn by George Washington. You learn about Thomas Jefferson. You learn about these founding fathers, but you really spent much time Alexander Hamilton so I think what the show's main goal was was not only to show that. You know there's someone else. That was heavily involved in the building of our country. But the fact that he was an immigrant. And the fact that Ed especially in the coach in the country. We're living in right now where everyone you know. Now everyone put a good price. Good, my a good majority of people just frowned upon him. Immigrants I think this. It came out at the perfect time in two thousand sixteen, and this came on an even better time with everything going on, and I think the incorporation of all every character being minority, I think obviously that elevated, but I'm with. You I think the script is masterful and for those unaware. Hamilton was nominated for sixteen. Tony nominations I think that was the record at the time a one eleven. Tony's at one. Obviously best musical actor supporting actor supporting actress best script I think production design all that fun stuff so it. The funny thing is that when I was talking to someone else about the show. They're like Oh. Lynn One best actor rain. I'm like no. He didn't. I was so hyped when I was watching. The Tony's Leslie Won. Best actor and he played Aaron Burr so so well there there. I think he was the best in show. I think him. deb divide digs who want supporting actor at Tony s those two were the best part of the show like performance. Wise, I think digs I think Aaron Burr was killer I loved King George. Gras.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"A red. But the whole fact that he keeps saying. Have you ever dance with the devil in the Pale Moonlight? Is it that many nine? It is correct. That is correct. Batman he nine. tagline that is not a tagline. Yeah, I. Thought so too, and I was like you know what I wanNA. Finish it with Batman so I'm like. Let me see if there's actually a tagline. And so I looked it up and I'm like I. I've never heard this before but I think the guys love Batman enough to actually be in the right ballpark guesses correctly. You guys were like Rye New Batman movie and you finished it off, so I was like I guess! I the Big Hint I gave you guys. Was I never saw on a poster? Because the poster doesn't have anything but the bat logo so. That wraps this week's name. tagline. This is fun. You guys did great I didn't think you guys are GonNa. Do as good as you did so. Good job next week Jenny should be back so we will range it out to movies from the nineteen ten or nineteen fifteen during one thousand, nine hundred eighty s just to like. Get her gear brain working. So. We are GONNA. Skip news this week because nothing really. Worth noting. was released this week, but I didn't WanNa talk about one thing one thing we all watched. Hamilton. I want I want to start by saying that I feel so glad it can finally talk to someone about this after four years because in two thousand sixteen. I saw the show with that same cast and. It was a great Broadway experience I ever had, but because tickets were so. Expensive I don't have anyone to talk to accept Jenny until I annoyed her. But I can say that that soundtrack. Since twenty sixteen has been playing. On the regular. Easily on my rotation at least once a month. It is such a great great great soundtrack, but we'll kick this off because main discussion I want to make is. Do. You guys consider it or movie. And do you guys should go towards? Oscar or the EMMYS, but let's kick it off I. WanNa Start With Ryan here because I've kind of already got Leo's take on right. What do you think of it? No thought it was really well done. I definitely got the hype behind. It I, enjoyed the hell out of it. And I can't wait to watch again, did you? Before go to Leo. Did you PEOP- The Hip Hop watches like Ten crack amendments with the Ten Commandments. And they have also they have more biggie. Omar Zhizhi Modulus to mob deep I. Think a modules to trucco quest. Now's a lot of school east coast hip hop. Artist so it's good stuff and then Leo. Wouldn't you think yeah, same dude like I think a couple years ago, a friend of mine just let me hear a song, just one song out of context, and like I really I didn't. I didn't jump on board I was like Oh. This is okay but we're watching the performance from beginning to end and like my washed it twice already now because I'm hooked on it like in the actual context of the storytelling. It's.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"I didn't. NEXT UP LEO REVENGE GETS UGLY. I'm telling you these these are these are very yard. At the comic book. They're all comic book movies. All I have twelve today. They're all comic book movies. As Ryan is looking at up and Ryan. Look it up I got an that. I can't think of any revenge. dark man to incorrect. What about you Ryan, guesses? None Jona heck's. Here's where you both may start, you know. Hitting yourselves for these right. It's not the arbor that makes to hero, but the man inside. Iran. No. Are you sure a final answer? Rise I finally answer. Ironman three incorrect Leo, guesses. All right considering your reaction to Ironman and Ironman, three was wrong ironman, too. There you go, you guys got was congratulations. I. Mean you are on the right page where I was like? I was hoping that you were going to say a sequel. All right next up Leo Courage is immortal. I would say that this one. I mean I I mean I guess he's a hero. So of course he has courage, but I. don't really think this has too much relation to the movie, but I'll see what you guess. Comic Book Courage. Is Immortal. Nineteen Nineties Captain America Incorrect Ryan he guesses. The war gas right correct. That is correct. Good job all right, so you guys got to you. Guys definitely are going to keep your key cards here all right next up, right. When Patriots Become Heroes. Captain America okay. Okay. Stick with first event. Well done you guys three in a row. Good job all right next up. Leo In our darkest hour. There will be light. Green Lantern Good job. I'll see you. Guys are doing fantastic. The untold story begins. I know this you actually do know this. I I know this I can't think of it. It's like. Right there. Until I like member seeing this before do. Oh my God. This is gonNA. Bother me I think it will. Because I, probably will give you the most credit for this one. Because there's no fucking, I would have gotten this. Story hasn't been told. And which stories untold, okay, yeah, I'm from my hands up on this one area. Any guesses Lille. Dory begin I think it's stupid to become honest. Honestly I think this was really ridiculous. Especially because. It is a reboot of a franchise that already has movies. That's why I think it's A. For stick. Close Bono. Spiderman the amazing Spiderman. I was thinking that, too. Damage new really the Andrew Garfield Spiderman. That's what they went. Yeah, because in my head I'm like look. I've seen the story before. It's definitely not untold. Aright, right? We got a few more year. The legend ends. Dark Knight rises very good. Good Job who? I picked this one specifically for Leo. That's why started with you right? His past our future. Are you -ture? Tough one. Yes I will say this. This really works with the movie with what the movie's about. Funny, my original thought is Logan. You're in the right area. Is it origins. No, it is an X. men movie. It is estimated. X.. Days Future Past. Wow they really went heavy into. This is about Wolverine, pity. Over moving to make up for the other. Ride this one's definitely something that you love a movie that you think it's one of the best count movies of all time. Changes coming. no idea. Changes coming. As one of my! Life for. something. That I was going to say that you said facetiously fame forest well done. That is correct. Correct. To More Leo. A new age begins. Excellent. First Class Incorrect Ryan any, guesses. A new age begins. Manage Steel Incorrect avengers age.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"David I got the fellows with today. What's up Ri-? Going on everybody. WHAT'S UP LEO? That's heavy. and. I think you guys can guess that today we are covering the thirty fifth anniversary of back to the future, but not just that we're looking at the entire trilogy, the Thirty First Anniversary of back feature part two and the thirtieth anniversary of by three. We're going to dive into our usual real back categories, but before that I did want to get into a little discussion on Hamilton, but we gotta have some fun I. The movie tagline game went so well last week that I brought it back, but this time. Comic Book Films. So. All these today are comic book films. And I have gone on record off the line and said that I don't think Ryan and Leo. Comic Book. Films are going to get anything right here. My Lord of the riot. They were GONNA lose our cards I. Know and I run a page. I'm hoping and I will say before I even start these I don't think I would have gotten all of them so some of them. Yes, some of them I'm like Oh. This is actually really hard, so I will give you guys the benefit of the Dow and say I think if you guys get maybe two or three. You guys still keep your key card. Okay. Fresher Ryan I'm going to start with you today. I always leave you last and I more complaints last week that you get the easiest ones. So number one. Protect the law. By breaking it. CONNOISSEUR incorrect Leo. Do you WANNA guess before I? See The answer. Judge dredd wrong the GREENHORN did. No. That.
"35 years" Discussed on Tax Yak
"It is taken the view that because that expenses of general major doesn't relate specifically to any of the SMS then Nin Tiring Cam will be texted. Forty five cents. Now that is not really what the government intended I think. Is this madness madness. It's just an interpretation. You could have said the needs is to be a correlation between the expense inserting say could've taken the position because it doesn't do any specific income and the provision dozen deploy or from the other one said it because it doesn't do any specific gum it must relate to all of the income. Now this is the major revenue risk for the government that accountants using the Rhine offense inst- lodge their annual returns was arguably the AM talked a bit expenses of a general nature. Losses are at gangs tonight one concepts I dish one many. He's my texts efface under twenty five fog so there's not a correlation between also recognize and they've been preparing your accounts you're doing that as a statutory obligation under SUCIC fulfiling statutory obligation rather than incurring voluntary loss Oregon. So maybe some water to flow under the bridge on that one somebody onto some bills that are still before parliament. Meaning parliament's agenda another gotta sit there at least until the full of fabric so again probably three measures that we're at keeping an eye on the Istria misty. Liam's was resurrected with fanfare at all. You know we thought it was dead and buried but on the September came back to life and has gone through the house but not get through the Senate side as your site February issue. I think this'll get through. The Senate committees already had a look at it and say. Hey let's posits it will get through disappointing. Didn't get through in the last session that she sensibly at least this time. Round rather than indict which was previously the twenty third of May. Hi this here. They've linked to the Senate bill so it's runs for six months after Barlow sent certainly still little pitchy once we got to eat. Tomatoes disclosures and I think he had a great neil around. The country is a non compliant enough to be concerned so the tax gap on street. There is somewhere between three and four billion ahead. Get that much money we can order. You can't get it and follow it some Pepsi. Amnesty was the quickest way to get some resolution. And let's face it. It's not the poor members members of the employees. The bus hasn't done the right thing for offering free kick will produce a lot more of people's retirement estates. The next fail combating illegal Phoenix. This is one of the big game changers if it gets through and that's to extend the Director Penalty Regime Asia to unpack. Gst Electric outtakes equalization text. But if you think of it a business of Morbid struggling the economy now where do they go for ready cash gash which the first and porter call get some hands on some casual. It's the techs obligations that doctor mid to the the bank. The Bank of the takes offered. So I've got no problem with. It will be a game changer. For those businesses that are struggling at the the fact that a company's directors can be on the hook training on pages now in the FX rated said. The bill is headed combating illegal finishing. So they'll look at this with his evidence of Phoenix behavior but the provision is far broader. It's not worth it. Why cassation if a company has invited Jesus to the directors could be on the whole now significant change which is listed attacks measure but certainly wanted to fix the economy economy and currency it will be illegal to spend ten thousand dollars or more in cash fine goods or services from the first of January and not yet passed and no not yet passed so the committee said we'll look at each in February? It's an interesting observation. This civil penalties. On you mentioned illegality there will be a a knowledge factor determined criminally taints. A potential to jail sends. If you know you've done the wrong thing. This is on the person making the payment end receiving correct and the Caravan Hansel Ltd to private consumer to consumer transactions a couple of other habits but that's probably the currencies and other one. Why isn't that cash? The tallest cash for every other region of Texas this saints enough cash for the catch limitation. But yet it's kind of some Linda dilemma maps. You Win at Sloan so you want to go ahead and you bought a tariff academy low. We can't give you cash more dangerous to the FISA. January the bookies and the gamblers will begin the guy to be some regulation that cabinet and transaction so way. Do we see cash transaction in more than ten grand racetracks. Kennedy's and pep striking's illegal activity. So that will limit a year passed so peta. We administer the law when it's not yet law one of the big misconceptions are found on this is people think it's confined to a business to business dealing and they've assumed that if consumers involved that's outside these roles and as you've already said it's on the consumer to consumer that's cop data the business to consumer dealing still within these roles. So you mentioned tried if I tried to do a quote for Renault and he says all Costa thirty so much for cash and he won't bring a damn boy the site at twenty five twenty six hundred. Ten percent adjustments on won't be able to pay him in cash in a faint flippant attitude you can share jail together testament tree trust. We've got a bill. That has just recently hit parliament and again this is the plug. A loophole. Suppose people will take advantage of if you WANNA beneficiaries being looked after Bonn instruction in the world creating a testamentary trust I write attacks. It's not penalized under division. Six is so the concession I should be assets devolve from the deceased person. What was about all they were? People were pumping assets into a testamentary trust to enjoy the benefit of that condition. So that will no longer apply now. That doesn't doesn't mean the capital of a testament to trust Alta. I mean you can do. Dip's dividend reinvestment plans chimes the capital to satisfy that particular legacy. Now on what side of my trustee you know my youngest kid be fifteen thousand species but at the time of my death and have to this H.. Bridget she's got plenty of cash so he writes his it. And boy something I mean that will benefit from these concessional rights attacks because a fake debris it has devolved from the dispersion. The Arendal measures have finally been reintroduced into parliament with a delight stock. Now one July nineteen years the Audi- here. There's a lot of speculation in the press and the economy and the business community about what we should do to stimulate clever country tag off from Ernest clever country but I would doing enough to incentivize the investment in research and development. Now you can hand cash you can do do all sorts of things to encourage investment in new and broad as we are pretty good at it. We've had some amazing inventions average the nation the undesirable changes PEPs pinching little bit nervou- our abuse positive reforms. Burr question whether they really one of the consensus been rising. I've got to share this concern. Is that the particularly for the logic. Companies it's based on their level of intensity side their level of arendal spending. They said they won't be able to determine at the point of making uh-huh decision as to whether they go into a particular investment. What they're spending is until the end of the financial year because it's based on title expenditure for the year and you don't really really want commercial decisions driven by tech set comes? I mean you want to invest in the audie because it can make a lot of money but there is a risk because you going into uncharted waters. What is the definition of research and development? That you've got an idea that you don't have to work on based on current knowledge. So whether you you in making that decision based on whether I'm going to get a text self settlement is probably not ideal you know you want the community and the business is to have a crack and then perhaps whether Texas baked into that should not be an issue and the final bill which will chat about his pattern is still before parliament the registries modernization. Another Misha's bill which effectively I believe kind of bring any direct identification number the Diori in regime directors they will be tagged not necessarily released it will allow a little bit more tricky. I mean if you look at the The Straw directors that came out of the polluters. pyro transaction is lower liberal processing companies had direct deserve basically picked up from the Front Barbara our propel them so it will allow easier tracking of directors tagging them with director identification number. And Look. I think there'd be surprised that that that getting through income inequality get support from parliament so I propose measures. Look I think probably the big one. That's still hanging. I've gotta say seven and a half years on with the proposed stop title on July Twenty Twenty the division second. I reforms and we are still waiting. You know we might get something that are referred to as the vitamins by dump. So so ED Cameras People Gallup to the Costa holidays over Christmas developments by cleaning despite releasing whatever the city on top of it. But I'm not sure we're going to get the deep seven when I whether it's another consult Taishin pipe of our treasure with us an exposure drive but it's at seven months six months now until the proposed that night we've had a lot of speculation we've had previous Treasury Consultation Piper that was flawed we need to now again certainties and that imposed impasse. Not I need the changes to the environment but the legacy issues are injured. Pre- fo- December ninety seven. You're white lines. And you pre sixteenth. The December I'm not invite President Autumn. So where do we stand. We'd be nice to have some goalposts sub trustor entrance and over the twenty five lines so the lots of legacy she's really need to beyond doubt. We need to know that well in advance of the proposed night so if we go to even next week I would not be unhappy. I know it's going to cost us a little bit of work with the bright. But that's talk but yes we need it sooner rather than later longer boldly predict that we're gonNA say dishonor Christmas. I think it'll be something within the new year or reviews probably while the is still waiting on the public release and we haven't seen this report that reviewed the tax practitioners board on the taxation services. Act The review is complete. And we're now waiting to see what the recommendations are and I think we all we can do is just white. Don't run much to Eddie Irvine. All right look couple of monomer views. We've got a productivity Liberty Commission review of Vermont Dairy Concessions We've got a review by the Inspector General of Taxation on the states. And how the guy. I look at the way that I have now lost. Access to ceased client Datta with the decommissioning of the agent portal. That functionality isn't available.