35 Burst results for "35 Years"
AP News Radio
Jason Day gets 1st win in 5 years at Byron Nelson; Scheffler finishes 3 back
"Jason Day has broken a 5 year winless drought after posting a come from behind win at the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament in Texas the 35 year old Mother's Day victory honored the memory of his late mother with a stunning final round blemish reign 9 under 62 that lifted him to 23 under securing it with a two foot birdie on the last. See whoo came close with a 63 to join Austin eck wrote in second place, one shot back. It was day second Byron Nelson win and brought up his 13th career victory. I'm Graham agar
AP News Radio
'The Phantom of the Opera' closes on Broadway after 35 years
"The phantom of the opera has closed after 35 years on Broadway. I'm Archie's on a letter with the latest. There is champagne, tears, and gold and silver confetti bursting from the famous chandelier as the phantom of the opera ended its run after nearly 14,000 performances, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber dedicated the show to his son who died of cancer last month. Sarah brightman, who originated the role of Christine, says she loves seeing the show through. It's always lovely to be involved with something from inception and to see how it pans out. Phantom is an expensive production and the pandemic is to blame for its end. However, producer Cameron mackintosh says all the great musicals return.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Arthur Aidala: Dems' Social Justice Reform Is Ridiculous
"Arthur and Arthur, I gotta say, it's hard to reconcile, and I appreciate that he has a friendly demeanor. I was, I was hearing about the case of the 35 year old woman who was stalked and hunted down like an animal and stabbed repeatedly in her apartment to death by a monster who never should have seen the light of day and of course he was released by Alvin Bragg's district attorney's office under the guise of social justice. This social justice crap of seeing people get released. Violent people because we're trying to rectify racial injustices of the past. I mean, Arthur, I know you. It's ridiculous. It's not working. Absolutely. It's not working. Absolutely ridiculous. It makes no sense. You know, it's like asking Sicilian immigrants to pay reparations for slavery. Right. I mean, give me a break. I know. I think my great grandparents who came over here starving, starving, literally starving, living in the basement of apartments. You think they had anything to do with slavery? And now my kids, I mean, whatever. All right, so
AP News Radio
6 killed, including unborn baby, in Jehovah's Witness hall shooting, police say
"A former member of Jehovah's Witnesses shot dead 6 people in the German city of Hamburg, he killed himself after police arrived. Speaking at a news conference, German police confirmed the shooter in the fatal attack was a 35 year old German national it was also confirmed that an unborn baby was killed in the shooting. Although whether the baby's mother was among the dead, was not clear, Hamburg state interior minister Andy grotz said police arrived within 5 minutes of the first emergency call and was able to separate the gunmen from the congregation. The perpetrator fled to the second floor when the emergency services arrived, and NATO killed himself there. Chancellor,
The Trish Regan Show
Steve Moore Reacts to the Craziest Budget Proposal in History
"For the most insane, budget proposal in history. I should think The White House just unveiled by $6.9 trillion budget proposal today to raise taxes on those they believe are wealthy. They determine, of course, whose wealthy they are also intending to raise taxes big time on businesses. Wow, the president is promising. This will reduce federal budget deficits by nearly $3 trillion over the next decade. Good luck with that, says my next guest, mister Steven Moore, economist at the heritage foundation and former economic adviser to president Trump. He joins us right now with reaction. Hey, Steve. Steve, good to see you, my friend. Hi, George, great to see you. What do you think? Taxes spend taxes spent in taxes spend. This is I've been in this game for 35 years. I came to Washington and the mid 1980s, and so I lived through Reagan and Clinton and Obama and Bush. This is by far the worst budget the most economically damaging budget that I've seen and in 40 years almost. And this is, it would be a catastrophe for the economy. It would be, I think, would cause a 1929 style sell off in the stock market with the massive increase. He wants to basically double the capital gains tax. I don't know if you're aware of this, Trish. He also wants to do something unprecedented, which is tax people on what's called unrealized capital gains. That would be like a stock that you own that you haven't sold. But it's gone up in value. So think about it like this. I mean, just to put it in everyday terms, it's like, oh, your house just went up and value this year because your neighbor sold his house for, you know, times two. So guess what? You're going to pay taxes as though you sold your house. And you're like, but wait a second. I'm not selling my house.
AP News Radio
2 dead in stampede at GloRilla concert in New York
"A second concert goer has died after a crowd stampede at the end of a rap concert in Rochester, New York. Police in New York are investigating a deadly crowd surge at Rochester's historic Main Street armory that happened Sunday Night. Police said three badly injured women were taken to strong memorial hospital one 35 year old woman died, and buffalo mayor Byron Brown confirmed Monday that 33 year old Rhodesia belton, who worked in that city's traffic violations agency also died, at least 7 other people were treated for injuries, a concert goer told channel 13 W HAM she wasn't sure what prompted people to search toward the exits at the end of the concert featuring rappers Gloria and finesse two times. A lot of different people was just pushing, doing a lot of pushing and shoving out unfortunately was one that was on the ground and God I did get up. Rochester mayor Malik Evans called the fatal stampede totally unacceptable. When you have a popular artist like that, you're gonna have a large crowd. So the question will be, were the appropriate actions taken? Audio courtesy 13 WH a.m.. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Iowa State ends 4-game skid with 73-58 win at No. 7 Baylor
"Iowa state went into Waco and entered a four game skid by downing 7th ranked Baylor 73 58. Bears coach Scott drew. Hopefully everyone had had a bad game at once and get it out of the system, get us refocused and reset for the conference tournament. Jaron Holmes had 16 points. Trade king provided 13 and Gabe calls for 12 in the cyclones first game since Caleb grill was dismissed from the team this week. Adam flagler nailed 5 three pointers while scoring 20 points to what was likely the bears final big 12 home game in 35 year old Pharrell center. I'm Dave ferry.
Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
Love Cares More for Others Than for Self
"I want to know a girl. She didn't try to draw me to her. She just did. And not only me, but too many other males, a first thing that caught my eye about her was a pretty face. But soon I discovered that she had a personality to go with it vivacious, full of laughter, talented and art and music, smart. But the best of all, was an exuberant lover of God. I love that woman. But I wasn't too good at expressing it. So she taught me in fact, she taught me many things about love, and that's what I want to tell you about. 6 things muriel taught me about love. My parents were of the old school. They didn't believe in expressing affection, especially in public. I never saw my parents embrace, for example. I'm pretty sure they did. Here I am. But when I brought muriel home to visit mother ridiculed her, mushy ways forever hugging and saying she loved me right in front of the family yet. So the first thing muriel taught me about love was that it needs to be expressed. Passionately frequently. Like king Solomon and the breadth, sun Brown, Shula might, forever talking love, and the Holy Spirit thought so much of their love talk that he put it in a book of the Bible. He must have approved of that love talk. We call it the song of songs. That is the best of all songs. Muriel spent 35 years demonstrating her love for me by actions, fact she seemed to live for me. Certainly not for herself, she was oblivious to her own rights or desires or even her own welfare. She taught me that love to be genuine must be acted out 24/7.
The Bible Recap
"35 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Think back to yesterday, the people of Israel have just made a golden calf while Moses was meeting with God than Moses destroyed it and gave the people an ultimatum. The levites rose to the occasion and killed 3000 people who weren'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 33, 7 through 11 is copied and pasted above verse one. The conversation that happens between God and Moses in verses one through 6 actually flows straight into verse 12. Versus 7 through 11 are just little detour segment, the author inserted to show the depth of the personal relationship between God and Moses. Hopefully that's not too confusing. Versus 7 through 11, tell us that God and Moses spent time together regularly. Any time Moses wanted he'd go 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 him as this when they were on Mount Sinai for 40 days. That structure 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 tit of meeting, but scripture says God spoke with Moses face to face. Now, God the father is spirit, so he doesn't technically have a face, but scripture often anthropomorphizes God. That just means it explains him in human terms we can grasp. You may wonder, but what about the alchemist tari, when he showed up to Abraham as an angel in genesis 18, he had a face thin, 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 too. You may remember Joshua as the guy who led the battle against the amalekites when they had attacked the Israelites unprovoked, while Moses was up on the mountain with his staff. Today we saw God sending the Israelites away from the mountain of God, which is also called Mount Sinai and mount horup. He sends him toward Canaan, the promised land, and he says he will not go with them himself, but will send his angel. Now, if this particular angel is the angel of the lord, then it sounds like what's happening here is that God the sun will be accompanying them, but not God the father, who had been appearing as a pillar of fire and cloud. 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. He's 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 a covenant with 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 God of 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 knows they are helpless without God. So he wants to be certain, God is going with them. In fact, in 34 8 through 9, he even says that the very reason God should go with them is because they are a 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 anthropomorphizing here, so don't imagine that God the father has an actual body. These are metaphors. God also tells Moses a few more things about himself. In 33 19, he says, I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy. This is fitting, especially if you recall what we've learned about grace and mercy in what we deserve. Mercy is not getting what you deserve, and grace is getting what you don't deserve. God doesn't owe 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 doles those out to whoever he wants whenever he wants, and right now he's choosing to Dole out mercy, aplenty to a bunch of people who just broke their covenant with him. Moses and her seeds, and God, brilliance. Thank God tells Moses they're going to remake the tablets Moses broke when he was angry. God kept them 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 retelling this story in deuteronomy ten one through 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 in 34 6 through 7, and these are things he has demonstrated so clearly through his relationship with his people so far. He's merciful, gracious, slow to anger, abounding steadfast love and faithfulness. Keeping steadfast love for thousands. For giving 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 that sins have generational consequences. We can trust that in the scope 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 who 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 left for 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 300 ish times more than the effects of sinfulness on the generations, which only extends to the third and fourth generations. God then gives Moses a refresher course on everything. Then Moses takes tablets two 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 it because the people were afraid to look at him. He kept this up for, I don't know how long, maybe the whole 40 years they were in the wilderness. Oh, spoiler alert. Did I mention that? They're out here in the wilderness for 40 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, place to place cloud to fire. We eventually find out why he takes his time with this process, so hang in there. I don't want to give it all away. We ended today with Moses filling 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 gold dust and whatnot. Then, once again, the people say they're bought in. So God sets out an optional, not required, donation for the tabernacle. And according to the passage, everyone whose heart stirred him, donated. It 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 33 16 Moses says, is it not in your going with us so that we are distinct, I and 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 patience to the frantic. He is our identity. He is what's noteworthy about us, and he's where the joy is. We start new studies in D group every 6 weeks. Sometimes we dig deeper into a specific book of the Bible and sometimes we zoom out to cover a particular aspect of theology to see how it all fits together. Check out the show notes to watch a promo video or visit my G group dot org for more info. Today's episode is brought to you by way nation. If you want to laugh, learn or be encouraged, click the way nation link in today's show notes. 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The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak and Eric Headline the Apologia Forum in Seattle
"Can we jump in? Sure. Are you going to try to get a word at a John? I don't see that happening. I don't think I really need I've never needed a microphone before in my life. As my girlfriend says in restaurants, they can hear your political opinions in the kitchen. Please stop. But she's not here. She's busy with the dogs. So I get to say whatever I want. Can you start? I mean, if you'd been in Seattle 35 years ago, you could be downtown with your children at night and be reasonably safe. And now, in fact, when you called and said, you wanted to go to that Arctic club. We tried to dissuade me. Yes, we did. And I think I understand that, but I mean it when I say that I've been all over downtown Seattle the last few days, and I think if you have any kind of wisdom, it's like going to New York to avoid it, I think, is silly. I went to pike's park pike's market yesterday. It was loaded with people. It was delightful. The life has come back. So I think we have a little wisdom. I think downtown Seattle needs more of you guys there. I think it will, it will ameliorate things. Also, I hear open carry is legal in this state. Probably. I think more people like you walking around with AR-15s. It's downtown Seattle would be a lot better. You see why we're not streaming on YouTube tonight.
Twitter Q4 Revenue Tumbles 35 as 500 Advertisers Suspend Spending
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The Charlie Kirk Show
The Federal Reserve Is the Head of a Global Banking Cartel
"Basically being run by this global banking cartel at the moment. Remotely. That's like, I remember the Federal Reserve as the head of the cartel just hits F9 and creates it, okay? They just create, they are putting you everybody in this audience under 35 years old is nothing more than a Russian surf. You don't own anything and you're not going to own anything. They think you'll be happy. You'll be happy to give you a little bit of credit and they put you on the wheel of samsara, like a hamster, right? You just spin and you maybe get a little bit more, but right now even family formation is later because it's tough. It's tough for a couple even to make it. They've taken what, 13 and a half $1 trillion of net worth out of this economy out of our middle class and working class in the last 9 months. The Federal Reserve, here's the scam. The Federal Reserve just creates it. Just creates it. It's not backed by any bonds. They can sell bonds to Japanese insurance companies or the Chinese. Nobody buys it. They created, they call monetize the debt. That means it's on your other full faith and credit of the United States. They create it. And the administrative state don't take all of it, they can get. How do you think we got $31 trillion on the treasury? $9 trillion on the fed, another $30 trillion on social security and Medicaid and another contingent liabilities of a $100 trillion because the administrative state has a funding mechanism. It's called the Federal Reserve. We have to end the fed.
Talk Is Jericho
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Another one I want to talk about is thought about here I was just looking up some of your matches online is we just had our second blood and guts and whenever we have the blood and gets I always watch a couple of the other war games and another great one that you're involved in was stings, squadron, dangerous alliance, 92, I think, right? Yeah. Russell war war games. Talk about that from what you recall because that's going back like a 30 years, like you said, that's a long time ago. I think I started that one. Yeah, I think it was me and it was written. It was steamboat Wyndham Nikita Dustin and Austin. Versus rude, Steve Austin, arn Anderson Bobby and Larry. I think you might have started with Steve. Or did you start with arms? I think Steve, gotcha, because we both got some juice. It was a really good moment, man. It was fun. That's probably one of the funnest matches I've ever been involved in. And to be in a few of those was really cool. And just using both rings, it was neat, but me and Austin, man, like when he was really hungry in WCW and I was really hungry, not to not to sway off this war game story. We would be on the road doing these 25 minute matches, just trying everything we could and really working hard, blowing ourselves up, slugging, slugging each other hard, you know, just real snug work. It was so much fun. And I remember one night we were in Phoenix and it was a fair show. Okay, so they had some of the fair audience come in. And grizzly Smith was there as her agent, right? And we said, hey, can we go out and get some juice? You know, that's a fair show, but we were just hungry, having fun. So we did, we went out there and I'll never forget it, and I love Lex Luger right, but we came back and lex looked at us like we were just nuts. We're just two boys loving the business, trying to elevate. And you see where he went. You see where Austin went, you know? And I've had a great career. And I've done some amazing things, but it was just us wanting to bring and get the most magic and touch the audience. I think that's what we do as performers just try to make them feel something. And we did. And we always did, and it was really good. And it's like, and this leads to war games, right? And Austin's in there, here we are, man, two guys that just want to make this thing better and you're fighting for 5 minutes before anybody gets in there and then everybody starts rolling in. It's such a crazy match, such a, but it was really structured nicely with everybody comes in every three minutes or whatever it was 5 minutes. So there was always the flip of the coin, you know? We always lost the odds, so it was like I think was Medusa in that one, which she was on top of the cage. And Paul Heyman was there. Throwing the phone in and all that kind of stuff. So good, so visually cool, man. But I liked the cage when it was like that. Because you could do it, you could do it from atomic and their head would hit the middle. I love that with the R in a couple times. It was so cool and it's visually it's really neat. Like, oh, shit, he hit his head. And he's like, you couldn't, like, if you're on the top rope, you couldn't really jump out. You'd have to duck to do a clothes on 'cause it was pretty low, right? Ours here was a lot higher. That was very high. Yeah. So it's like, but it was cool that we could use the top. You could hang on it and kick somebody or drop kick somebody or whatever, so I loved those cages. It was dusty booking at that time frame in 92? Yes. How was that for you being in the book? The proverbial Booker's son. You know, back then, my dad is a lot of debts, probably do that, you know, in this situation. You know, he's always am. That could have been better or whatever, right? You know, they're later years, he was so proud of me and he said so a lot. But back then, when I'm trying to find my own way. And he didn't push me to the world title, you know, like, say, Eric watts. Right. They tried to really push him and they didn't bite for that. So he made me work hard for it, which I'm really glad. And yeah, I got the United States titles in the World Tag Team titles and all that. But I didn't get any farther than that. I was on my way for that, and then I got let go. But I think he did it the right way and he made me kind of took me to Florida for like a year before that. I was making 20 bucks a night, so I paid my dues, but I was working every night and learning in front of audiences and even small audiences working every night though instead of just in a training school, which is what you need. In the snake pit with my grand and Steve kearns sweating it out, which we did that at the beginning, but that's where you learn is on the road where you learners in front of people and by trial and error you're trying these things. But for me, for the first three, four years, I didn't say a word. Back then, you had 95% of the people could work, right? And everybody else that was green coming in, you just shut up and listen. That was the rules. You shut up, you do what you told, you listen, and I did that. And you're working with Barry and arns and Ricky steamboats and Bobby eating this man. They just, they led you to greatness. They made you look good. They knew what their job was. Whether they did it because it was dusty son. I don't know, but they made me and they learned me how to work and, you know, those are my teachers. Those are my real teachers in the business. So if I ever make it to the Hall of Fame one day, they're definitely going to be called out as being my teachers and I'm just glad like steamboats are still around and aren't still here with us and you know as much as a business change you know a lot of the old timers maybe get a little jaded or whatever about the business and like oh God, you know this and that but I think they also understand that there's growth and it's not 1985 anymore and the smart ones do. Yes, the smart ones do. And they grow with it. You either grow or you get the we did right before those guys now. That's true though. Yeah. You mentioned steamboat a few times it was a great one of you and steamboat because you teamed quite a bit versus on his bisco. I didn't remember that specific match, but I was a good one. Well, that's the first time we did the car angle the same thing we did with Jake when he broke my arm and the car door. It was the same set. That's in that city. Charleston was Virginia. Charleston. And he put a little piece of board. We pull up and my dad's Mercedes, like Barry was driving it, right? And we get out and we're starting to fight right there and they slam the door, I think this is a week before or whatever they said. I am the door and Barry's arm. So now I had to find a partner and had this mysterious partner and he came out in the big dragon suit, Savannah, Georgia. I remember it, and it was one of those crowds that was allowed when we won the titles at night. It was, it was so loud, and people remember those, right? Yeah. And I'm just going through, I'm just listening to Larry and arn, Larry, Larry was more of, you really had to really kick him in gear for him to want to go and do anything, right? But he was so good when he did when he was working, man, and that night was perfect. And Ricky got that comeback, hot comeback. Such a reaction when I took the thing off his head and Ricky the dragon steamboat, right? If you didn't already know that. But it was so cool. And we won the titles at night and it was just like, wow, this is one of those moments. You know, that stand out. I mean, I've had a lot of them, but not like those, you know, like the ones we've mentioned today that really just stand the test of time. I think Cody Cody and mine's match will go down for at least a decade as being one of the I really do believe that it's one of those that they remember. One of the matches of the year that year, there's another, as we wind down here, there's one more I want to talk about, which is probably your other greatest AW match, which was you in QT versus the butcher and the blade. Oh. Remember that one. You forgot about that one, didn't you? Bunkhouse, man. Bunkhouse match. Remember that was? It was good. I have forgotten about that until right now, I just looked up the best matches Dustin Rhodes, we've been
Talk Is Jericho
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And him coming out and me being from WWE and not knowing this crowd, if they're going to react to me in a good way 'cause it's more of an independent kind of crowd that have come together for this new revolution. And they responded to him and I knew he was over, right? And it was great. He's doing the best work in his career. And he hit the throne, man, and the whole thing towards hunter and the big throne with the sledgehammer and all that stuff, and then my music yet, and they responded in kind and I was like, because I was really nervous. It was 50, I hadn't worked in several months, and I was just like, man, I'm gonna blow up. I'm gonna do this. I'm gonna do that. And I walked down as soon as you leave, you know, if you stand at the and I still get nervous at the stairs, right? And then as soon as you walk through the tunnel man, it just kind of goes away. And everybody just kind of disappears. And I got in the ring and we just stood there and we stared at each other, right? When the announcements and had the big fight feel to me, at least, and then I pointed up, you know, and it was a real emotional moment. And I could see it in Cody's eyes and it was for me, definitely. They started chanting dad's name. So I knew he was there. And it's like, okay, you can see everybody in the audience, but you can't see them, right? And you can hear them, but you can't hear them. You're so laser focused on what the job is and what needs to be done. And we just, we went through it, and we could have missed a thousand things in that match or boxed a thousand things, and it wouldn't have mattered. It was just like the stars aligned for that match, and we just went through it, and there was more emotion, more investment in the audience, man, and they felt everything, and we took them on that ride, and we told a nice little story with it. And they were crying. Grown men in their cry and I was crying. Everybody was crying, man. It's like these hard ass men in the audience are crying. That's what I want to do, right? I want to invoke that emotion from somebody. And I tell the kids in my class right now all the time. It's not about the move sets that you do out there what she said to the audience is how you make them feel. It's the story. If you can make them feel something, they're not turning the channel, and that's what we want, right? They're going to come back for it. And they were there that night. The stars aligned and it was damn near perfection. And it was a good feeling that I had that behind me. I lost so much blood that night, and I was really kind of messed up with that, with dizzy and everything. And I was getting dizzy in the match. I was giving a superplex off the top, and we almost teetered. I was like, we got to go now. So I went and we made it. Otherwise, if I had to wait another second, we would have ended up on the ropes. So you really felt it. I felt it big time. I lost the most blood. I'd been out of practice, you know? A long time. We're not allowed to do that up there. Right. And it's like, all right, let's do this. But we made it work and it was, it is the funnest time I've ever been in a wrestling ring. I know Cody, he's got some other matches that he likes more than this one. But for me, that was tops. There's some great ones out there, you know, but that was the one that really stood tall. And still. You know what's great to me? Remember, it was a tube promo build, and I think it was based, what was it even based around? Who's the better roads or what was your basic? Cody was like killing the attitude era. So you just killing the old, you know, and bringing out the new Dustin or whatever. But like paddle is used to tell me like even for this week with Brian Danielson and I, it's like, there's really not anything more we need to do. The match is made. You know, there's certain matches that the match is there, you don't have to do a heat angle or a couple promos of the help of doing it, but everyone wants to see it. And it was the same with Cody versus Dustin. And the best part was after with Cody's speech where he said I can't remember the exact words, but I don't need a opponent or any to brother. What was that? What did he say again? He said, I don't need a partner in your brother or something. I don't need my brother, right? I need a partner. I need my brother for the big, you know, the Young Bucks for the fight for the fallen for the second one. Yeah. And it was a throwback from what dad said to me in the ring. One of dad's greatest promos he had, not the hard times promo, but it was like arn had turned on me and it was a throwback from that. I don't need another partner. I don't need this. I need my son. It was an emotional moment, so he did the little throwback to that. And they felt it. It was so good, man. So good. I'm glad that that thing is over. I could never duplicate that ever again, you know? Everybody's like saying, man, you guys need to have a second match. And it's like, no, I'm not touching that. I can't because it won't live up to the expectations. I don't know if you ever follow this or not, but it was given 5 stars, a 5 star rating by Meltzer, which is very hard to get. Yeah. I think you were the oldest. It actually made me mad because I was the oldest guy to have a 5 star match with Kenny at the Tokyo dome until you got it. So you got the record. I think this is my first 5 stars. So listen, we know in our hearts if it's a 5 star or whatever. But I'm just saying it was critically acclaimed as the point. You know what I mean? And I remember talking to Dave that night in the scrum and it was, it was pretty cool seeing him there because me and melcher and early on, I don't know. You know, all the guys talk about man, you don't need to be talking to melt so you don't need to be doing this or so you kind of just had this vision of Meltzer as being this evil character, right? But then I got to talk to him and know him a little differently and I thought differently of him and he's been around a long time and he's seen a lot of good stuff where these bias or not on certain things is fine. I don't care. Doesn't matter, but it was cool to receive a 5 star from it. Because it was a classic. That's why. We all know family is meant to be there for each other. And the Toyota gazo racing family may not be your typical family, but they always stick together. And now that family has grown bigger with Toyota's most exciting vehicles, GR Supra, GR 86, and the first ever GR corolla hot hatch with a turbocharged 300 HP engine and GR four all wheel drive. These GR vehicles are born on the racetrack, not in the boardroom. 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Talk Is Jericho
"35 years" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And one of those opponents was you, yes, yes. Shamrock, Dustin, Austin, Austin, and the road warriors. So kind of tell me about that message. I watched it back and the crowd was just so crazy and so you've been in many arenas, right? And you've heard all kinds of reactions. Just has to rank up there with one of the loudest moments I've ever been or witnessed inside the ring. And of course, they're the heels and where the baby faces and it switched immediately. It's like, no, they love the heart foundation. They love the hearts here in this corner, and it was like, okay, well, we're going to be selling our asses off. Here we go. And we all did our little piece of business, but the whole match, it was just, it's allowed us. It has to be, like, from when I used to watch dad and or The Rock and roll and may not express it in a Charlotte coliseum, the old Charlotte coliseum, that was like some of the loudest matches I've ever heard because every girl was screaming for The Rock and roll express, right? It was like that, man. That saddle, what is it called? Saddle dome, right? Yeah. Loudly the acoustics in there were just perfect and it was sold out men just crazy. They built up for that match. It was such a wonderful part to be in a piece of that, you know? Because I think that's when Rhett and the guys are heels unless they're in Canada. Absolutely. But we had no idea the reactions were going to be that. That big, that big. It was like, no. You are not, you are not the baby faces. These guys are the baby faces. It's like, okay, well, shit. We gotta switch it on the fly, and a lot of people don't know how to do that. You just kind of go with it. How was that team put together? Because obviously the Harvard nation, there's 5. Do you remember like I said, a lot of that might be a little bit shady memories from that time frame for you too, but it was such kind of a ragtag collection of guys. Was there an angle for it, or the guys that did it? To be honest with you, I'd have to really look at it and go back because I can't remember a lot of things that happened. But I do remember that match and I just don't remember what led us up to that. Do you remember putting the match together? Kind of. Kind of. You know, it's a lot of okay. I'll do this to you. And you do this to me, type stuff. We really didn't have much of a structure. We just went out and had fun. It's like the old days when we just go out there and have fun and call stuff. And today, they don't do that, you know? Unless you're you, or, you know, if you and I were working, we would just know the finish and, you know, that's something I like. She's gone react. That's only like working with Eddie Kingston's. We called a couple things back here, but I did a lot of it out there. And that's where the magic is freedom, right? Yeah. Yes. You go out there in different towns, different arenas, right? And you have a set match that you're usually doing or whatever. It might not work in New York City as opposed to Philadelphia. And it's like you gotta switch it up, you gotta be able to be able to switch it up on the fly like that and make things work. This crowds are different. Deep South is a little different than the north. Yeah, I remember to do it was such a great spot there where I think at the end of the match, Steve gets into a little bit of pushing match with stew. And then he gets arrested. Yeah, I remember that. He was sitting on the front row. He Bruce was there too, right? All of them were there. You remember at the end of every part got in the ring? Yes. How crazy it was? It was nuts. Yeah, I remember. It was given the finger with the hand goes behind his back at that point in time, you know? Good shit. All right, sling
AP News Radio
Pelosi faces uncertain future weeks after attack on husband
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi was taking part in a climate summit in Egypt but there are questions about the future of her congressional career Nancy Pelosi's been in Congress for some 35 years Now it appears she's at a crossroad the female speaker will have to relinquish the gavel if Republicans do secure majority control and this comes just weeks after the chilling assault that left her husband with a fractured skull an attack that she said would certainly influence her decision While some on Capitol Hill believe the 82 year old Pelosi will retire to spend time with her family others think her determination will keep her in Congress Jackie Quinn Washington
The Doug Collins Podcast
Microsoft's Fred Humphries Tells Us About His Background
"One of the things that I've always done. Especially when I've interviewed a lot of folks who people know, I want them to know the people in my podcast and whether you have a public figure that is in the news all the time or someone who's never, but around I want people to know because when I hear so much and I have a lot of different age groups listening, I want them to know that if they put their minds up they can do it. So Fred, give us a little background about where you came from, how you got here, just let us know you a little bit. I absolutely will. I'm going to do I'm trying to do the short story. Aspect, I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But fast forward, I was raised in Tennessee, raised in Nashville, Tennessee, great place for good country music and when I was growing up, it was more on the production side than it was on the go see a show, you know, get some good entertainment and Nashville has changed. And went to morehouse college in Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia. My wife of 35 years is from Macon, Georgia. I get there making a fair amount to see my mother in law. Went on to temple law school in Philadelphia, came back home to Tennessee, and like yourself, I have a commitment to community. I have a commitment to trying to make a contribution to society. And I think one of the places you could do that is in government. I worked for a governor, governor Ned ray mcwhorter. For 6 years, I did something that I really enjoyed. And I think about this when I think about this podcast, I was on radio station LAC 1510 a.m. in Nashville on Sunday. I had a talk show Doug, you probably didn't know. And I only had it for a few months because I ended up moving to D.C.. I looked forward for every Sunday, but I would tell you, like you have to do, preparation for a talk show is like, okay, I got 30 minutes. I got to figure out what I would say. I had an open line, and then I'm like, you know, okay, you want to get callers. Oh my gosh. The amount of time I spent on that for the 30 minutes was unbelievable,
AP News Radio
Bodycam shows wounded Connecticut cop shoot ambush suspect
"Connecticut's office of the inspector general has released body cam or footage of the harrowing moments after a suspect was alleged to have opened fire in Bristol killing two officers Police in Bristol Connecticut believed 35 year old Nicholas brocher ambushed police officers Wednesday night Calling 9-1-1 and then meeting them outside More cars send over crystal Connecticut police officer Alex aio was shot in the leg The 26 year old patrol officer had his body camera running as he sought cover behind a tree The suspect fires more shots as Ari makes his way across a lawn and behind police cruiser The officer then fires a single fatal shot of the suspect striking him in the neck Suspect down Sergeant Dustin de Monte and officer Alex hamsey were killed by multiple gunshot wounds the suspect's brother Nathaniel was shot in both legs The state's inspector general released the footage as part of a preliminary report saying it appears the police involved shooting was justified I am Jennifer King
The Officer Tatum Show
15-Year-old Suspect in Custody in Shooting in Raleigh
"Gunmen killed at least 5 people in an off duty officer doing their rampage in Riley, North Carolina. These stories continue to persist. Now, I don't know what weapon was used. I don't see a weapon presented in the article that I have, probably because he may not have used a rifle. I believe when they use rifles or weapons of those natures, you hear it all the time because they're pushing a particular agenda. Now I don't know the forgotten man help me on this. You can text me if I'm wrong. But it doesn't appear that they've disclosed what type of weapon is 15 year old was using. However, he decided to open fire, shooting and killing multiple people, 29 year old, a 16 year old, a 51 year old, 49 year old and a 35 year old. And, you know, the questions that arise is how do we stop this from happening? Gun control and my opinion isn't the solution to the problem. Because they're going to just mow you that will drive over you. I'll pull out a knife and start stabbing and killing people and want killing one person is enough. That's too much. Because if that one person is your dad, you're not going to say, well, he at least didn't kill 15 people. He only killed one, but he killed your father. He killed your mother, your child. One senseless death is too many. How do we stop these things from happening? Ladies and gentlemen, you can't catch it on the back end. You can't say it can't just be enough to say if you kill 15 people you go to jail. That's not going to deter anybody because they don't care about living. So they definitely don't care about going to prison forever. And some of them kill themselves or they get into an altercation with police they die and they move on. With no consequences to know, you know, they don't care. So you can't catch it on the back end and think that's a solution to the problem. You can't say, oh, if we ban guns, it means too many guns out there. You ain't gonna stop it. You ain't gonna stop it from getting guns. I don't care how hard you think you make it. It don't matter. If the kid gets access to a gun two years later, he gonna commence to shooting people.
The Officer Tatum Show
Two Connecticut Police Officers Fatally Shot
"The story out of Connecticut literally breaks my heart. Two police officers were killed, murdered. When a suspect, and I'm not going to say that person's name, but a suspect staged a fake domestic violence call, which pulled the police officers into the scene, and then when they got there, they were met with gunfire. And because I have this, I guess, connection, this love for law enforcement. I'm going to say the names of the officers who lost their lives and I want to give a little synopsis of their career that was presented by the chief of police out there in Connecticut. The first officer, and I'm going to make sure that I have the names here. The first officer that was murdered officer Alex hamsey, which he was killed at the scene, sergeant Dustin, de Monte, he died later at the hospital, and then Alex Laredo was an officer who was critically injured. Seriously injured, but is going through surgery and we're praying for his recovery. According to what the chief said, officer of sergeant de Monte was 35 years old. It's also a school resource officer at the Bristol schools and an adviser for the Bristol police explorers cadet program. And the people that may not know about the cadet program, it is an extremely invaluable course that young people who aspire to be police officers can go through, they can become cadets. They learn a little bit about policing, you know, obviously they don't have access to having a firearm, but they still go through, they learn how to investigations are done. So young aspiring police officers that are not of age can go through the explorer program, which it takes an incredible officer. It takes incredible person to deal with young people and work with them through the learning curve of being a police explorer. Throughout sergeant de Monte's career, he had received several awards, including the silver star officer of the month, and he was co recipient for officer of the year in 2019. Sergeant Devante is a survivor or survived by his wife to children in one on the way. Which makes it even more upsetting that he had a child on the way and his selfless sacrifice, he lost his life, trying to help another person who was involved or allegedly involved in a domestic violence dispute.
AP News Radio
In towns plagued by raw sewage, EPA promises relief
"Residents in an Alabama county hope to finally see action on their massive sewage problems Charlie may holcomb has lived on pine street and haney ville Alabama for 35 years She had missed to being more than frustrated by the promises not kept when it comes to the failed septic systems and open sewage that flood her yard and yards of so many neighbors in the small town in lowndes county one of the poorest counties in the nation They're talking about do it The EPA and agriculture department have launched a pilot program to help lounge and ten other communities across the country assess sewage problems plan improvements and make those improvements happen Former New Orleans mayor Mitch landrieu is President Biden's infrastructure coordinator I mean in America you shouldn't have to worry about not having indoor plumbing or safe water I'm Tim McGuire
The Dan Bongino Show
Ron Guidry: I Found Myself Admiring Dwight Gooden
"We're talking to Ron guidry one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history I have such fond memories when I was a kid I lived in smithtown Long Island and my dad you know life was good back then It was more innocent We would turn on this Remember there was no remotes back then You had to get up and actually change the channel and my dad had said yeah you had to actually get up and get some exercise My dad would say Daniel get up turn the volume up a little bit And I'd watch WPIX 11 and you guys would be on And I got in so many fights over you Ron My stepbrother my parents and boys are going to be married whatever But my stepbrother was a huge mets fan And in 1985 years later you come back with another monster season an incredible season in 1985 I got in so many fights over who was better You were Dwight Gooden in 1985 that I might have broken a few noses and had a few of them to broken myself just over you gator I just wanted to laugh and you know I know Dwight and Dwight's a good friend of mine and he was a spectacular picture I mean as a pitcher I was going throwing in the big league I found myself admiring what he was doing in the national league But I laughed and when I talked to him I said yeah you had that great year but when I had mine I was 35 years old and when I won 22 games You were 24 years old when you won your 24 games I was 27 when I won my 25 game So because of age my season with 22 wins wasn't as great overall as he is but it was still special to me because everybody forgets about that season Oh I remember I remember that well I went to so many games that year and I watched I must have watched you in the stadium Ten times a year You were amazing now
The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"35 years" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Ceremonies the like to have about every ten minutes. We're gonna this two hundred while all this shit. What what about the what. What's the story here. Steve about the cracking retiring retiring number. Already i've read the headline. I i got asked learns about that. I didn't read the rest of it. Just cracking is retiring number thirty two. What is it. Well i got. I got to say they are. Nhl rookies and we know nhl rookies. He can't really blame them when they mess up drill. So right okay. Cracking retired thirty two. Because they're the nhl thirty seconds franchise and they wanted to thank that thirty two thousand fans who made deposits on the first possible day. And i'm sure they they probably stop them right at thirty two thousand thirty three or thirty four that first possible day. I honestly think. That's i mean. Do what you want. fill your boats. Whatever makes you happy. But i think that's a big barrel. Cheese is what that is. You know it down the road folks. Hey dad what's that thirty two after your father's and say i don't know i can retire number thirty two thousand stevie i get that. Put a jersey up there with thirty two k. On it you know something like. That's not yeah no. It's not all bad nowadays. Bad is there's no. There's no defending it. It's it's cheesy. I'm not going to lose a bit asleep over it. It's one of those deals where i say. What are you be a new beer something here. It's not how it's done. I mean in a small way. It kinda cheapens. The the player retirement like the jersey retirement night right. You know the the first guy twenty years from now who finally has his number retired as a seattle crack ins. I it's gonna go up beside that thirty two and like you said people are going to be asking who are thirty two and nobody was some cheap. Pr thing they tried back in two thousand twenty. one. I don't know why right right or or they'll be a budget jerseys up there steve. Okay there'll be a bunch of jerseys and the kids will go dad. What's that what's that seventeen up there. Oh yeah well. That's that's because they went because they went know. Thirteen and four seventeen games. Oh boy for that stevie. what's that all about. what's that all. What's one hundred four. What's one hundred and four up there. Well the reason that's up there is they were one hundred four Ticket sales away short of it being the third sell out in a row. Yeah so you've got to put the one four up there. Yeah i think you get my point. No truth to the rumor that the leafs of applied to take sixty seven out of commission. Oh that up in the rafters. Sure there you go there. You go luke screaming for the leafs head. Stevie we talked about it yesterday. I don't wanna talk with the ending fun. W because they suck. I'll.
The Bible Recap
"35 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"We're continuing to wrap up the final days of the southern kingdom of judah. We're not too far off from the days prophesied by isaiah where this kingdom will be overthrown by the babylonians but as for now we've got eight year old king joseph on the throne. Forgive me. But i can't help but picture a little half size thrown made of legos. Joe cya is a good king. Once he grows up a bit he tells his servant. He'll try to make financial arrangements for the house of god to be repaired and at some point during the process of restoration. Hokkaido finds the book of the law which is likely a reference to the scroll of deuteronomy it somewhere in the temple. We don't know exactly where he found it but given the state of the temple. It's probably shoved behind some idle somewhere and covered in dust. It's been a long time. Since anyone has read or reflected on the words of the law most people had probably forgotten what it says. Or maybe even that it exists at all. It seems like no one was looking for it or felt distraught that it was missing. They were all doing their own thing living their lives and fighting their wars and making their decisions all without the guidance of god. Okay passes the book along to the secretary who reads it then. Brings it to joe cya and reads it to him and joe cya is wrecked you realize just how far off track their hearts and lives are and how the kings before him have lead the people astray for generations as it turns out what you don't know can hurt you when we forget that truth exists when it gets covered in the dust of our business. Our hearts can't help but go astray joe. Cya tells his leaders to seek god and see how they should proceed. So the priests and his team go to a local properties named hulda. She tells them that. God is going to bring disaster on judah for it sin but that god will spare king josiah since his heart was repentant. He will die before the disaster comes. Josephus heart is so burdened by the whole thing that he gathers all the elders and priests and prophets and people and has them come to the temple where he reads the book of the covenant to them then he makes a covenant before god to obey him with all his heart and soul and the people join in at some point during all this he sets out like a man on a mission he removes and destroys all the idols in the temple. He fires a bunch of wicked priests and gives the death penalty to some others and banishes the mediums and neck romances. By the way we've been seeing that word a lot lately and if you aren't familiar with it it just means a wizard or warlock or someone who practices a kind of magic that specifically related to communicating with the dead. Joe cya also desecrates all the places of idolatry and in my favorite move of all he turns those places in two graveyards. Twenty-three fourteen says he broke in pieces the pillars and cut down the a share them and filled their places with the bones of men. It feels so fitting that these places of idol worship are turned into places of death. This reminds me of when has a kaya turned the house of all into a bathroom. In second kingston. Joe cya follows god with all his heart and mind and soul. According to twenty three twenty five you reestablishes the passover feast which has once again fallen by the wayside. You may recall that king has a kaya celebrated the passover too but he did a makeshift passover since it was the wrong time of year and the people were unclean. But for joe cya. It's all happening. According to god's commands and schedule the people of judah. Follow god. For as long as joseph is alive. He's the one good king we've read about so far who never has a phase where his heart turns away from god e remains faithful unless you consider his final actions to be motivated by pride which some do his death comes in a strange and unexpected way. Here's how it goes down. While the egyptian pharaoh nico is coming to join forces with syria and confront the babylonians. Joe cya decides. He wants it on the action. The warned him to stay away. But joe cya disguises himself and goes up to the battle anyway where phero nico fatally wounds him more on that in a minute joe cya is the last good king judah will have after he dies his son jehovah has replaces him on the throne. Joe has a wicked king and he's eventually captured and taken back to egypt by the same farrow. Who killed his. Dad dies there in captivity the egyptian pharaoh kind of rules the roost at this point so he appoints another one of joe ends to be king instead is given name eliakim but they oh nico is like. I don't like that name. let's call you joachim instead. Joachim isn't a great keen either. He's nicos puppet now taxing the people to send money back to egypt. What was your god shot. Today mine was in the events surrounding. Joseph's death boo would have seen it coming that one of judas best kings would be taken out because he didn't listen to an egyptian pharaoh. Not me i would have been like whatever the pharaoh says disregarded but according to chronicles thirty five twenty two they row nico was actually speaking the truth. This reminds me of how god used the pagan king cyrus as his servant to it also serves as a reminder that god can even work and speak truth through the mouths of those who oppose him. He's not limited door in through. Just those who are as kids. He can use anyone and everyone to point to himself in his truth. Somehow which should make us both more humble and more discerning. I'm not saying we should go around receiving everything anyone says. Truth from god. Rather i'm noticing that what this text reveals is that we can't dismiss something as ally just because we don't like the person who said it. You may remember that. God spoke to him through his donkey and today god spoke to joe cya through a pagan first of all. I love that he wants to speak to us. Because of that i pray. He gives us wisdom as we try to discern what things line up with the truth of his word seeking him is the best place to start. When we're seeking truth. He's where the joy it's we're starting a new book tomorrow. Zephenia and as usual we want to give you a short video overview that will help it all. Come together for you quickly. We've linked to that five minute video in the show notes today. Okay bible readers. It's time for our weekly check in. How are you doing if you ask me. I think you're doing pretty great. You're here today regardless of win. That's happening for you your ear. You haven't given up and not only that but you're almost two thirds of the way through the bible. What's your favorite thing you've learned so far. What paradigm shifts have happened in how you look at god or his word or the story. Tell somebody about those things today. Sharing is carrying it might even encourage and create some interest in someone else. He might be struggling to read their bible. You could be the catalyst. God uses to draw them near..
American Ag Today
"35 years" Discussed on American Ag Today
"Jesse allen here catching up. Today with greg haines. The ceo of the cattlemen's beef board. Greg how are you today. Do a great about jesse. Hey i'm doing fantastic. Greg appreciate your joining us here today and talking about Some great things coming up some milestones kept up with the cattlemen's beef board I know we have. The cattle industry convention happening here in nashville august tenth through the twelfth. So coming up in just a couple of weeks time and the cavs beat ford thirty fifth anniversary years ago to celebrate during the cattle industry. Convention greg yeah we are so elliott as he said thirty five years since the checkout i started so it's hard to believe that it's been that much time already in the light of things have definitely happened over this thirty five years but since then you know we we've been around we. We've had people who've started this but we've never really had an award to kind of reach out or to honor. Those people have really had impact and setting up the whole program and getting it going just the impact that that's really had for our whole industry so this year was the thirty fifth anniversary. We've decided that we are going to launch new award called the visionary awards. This will be the first time we've ever done it it really. This'll be focused on Featuring an individual who's had big impacts and commitment and vision to the beef industry into the beef checkoff and you know just kind of really thanking them for that support that they've had so we're excited to be launching this award at the convention the first time. I think this will be an annual award going forward. But this'll be the first time we've done it so hopefully we'll see if you can guess who's going to be the winner. Yeah it's gonna be interesting and can't wait to see that. It'll be wednesday evening during the convention on august eleventh Here during the convention going to be going on in nashville tennessee. And you know you mentioned all those rights in the background of the visionary award and thinking about thirty five years the beef checkoff and i'm sure there's no shortage of folks who could possibly be the the first person to win this award and win at down the road just So many people been instrumental in the beef checkoff over thirty five years. Greg yeah exactly..
Optimal Finance Daily
"35 years" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
"Apologies to esi in advance. But i have to disagree with some of these fire generalizations. I love to discuss the misconceptions around the fire movement. Because i find it to be much more diverse and inclusive than it gets credit for. And if you're interested. I actually have a whole video about fire misconceptions that you can check out on the economy conference youtube channel and that's economy with an m. e. not an m. y. At the end the first one that stood out to me is the requirement to earn a very high salary. While i do think it's easier to pursue fire if you have a higher salary. I know many people who were not making six figures that successfully reached financial independence at a young age in fact three of them spoke at the economy conference last year. Check out the videos from lynn. Freyre jackie cummings kaczynski and jillian. John's rude on my youtube channel for more details on their stories and the idea that many fire bloggers are making five figure incomes from this hobby is simply not true from what i've seen there are some that god in early and are probably doing really well but the overwhelming majority that i know personally struggle to even cover their costs. I'm sure people look at what i've built with the economy conference and assume that's a source of income for me as well but i'm working super just to break. Even i'll give you another example. A purple life is a popular fire. Blog that has won numerous pluto's awards including best fire content and best blog of the year for twenty twenty and it's been featured in a ton of mainstream media like the wall street journal business insider forbes marketwatch and the list goes on the author shared earlier this year that in her six year of blogging. She's made two thousand dollars. And this is just one example. I to point this out because the desire to make additional income is not a great reason to start a blog again. Most bloggers and content creators in the space struggled to monetize and the few that do or more the exception than And that should do it for today. Have a happy rest of your day. And i'll see you on the thursday show tomorrow. Where your optimal life awaits..
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"A flesh out this universe toys until toy story two. That's it toy story. One was a good movie. And that's it but the introduction of jesse and And like you said that. Whole i hold out on the star wars allusions to to to to the father Overall i just i i remember really really enjoying it. I haven't watched it in a while. But i still remember that it it didn't. It didn't bummed me out too much. Four was unnecessary. But you made a really eloquent case on why. It's not i try of but two i thought was like we wouldn't have gotten three if we didn't care about the people through to jenny. The my number nine is probably credible to thought it was going to be like toy story one or something jenny's list so far now it's incredible to it was so good. I think i think it helped in a way that it was space so far apart because it really got to build that anticipation and excitement and i think they came back with an original story. A continuance without making it feel like all this time had passed either And i yeah. Incredible was incredible. Nice already moving on on my number eight is monsters. Inc everything about it. The chemistry when goodman and billy crystal is fantastic throughout just boo the most adorable little baby in the history of pixar. Everything about it really works for me. Even the villain works and giannis alter ego is in that movie jenny. You wanna to leo. You're all through your who's your who's your alter ego is that her name roz raw. I think so. Yeah knowing that johnny's in this movie a billy crystals in the movie. John in this it definitely holds a place for me. In the top eight leo. My number eight is definitely a movie that the two of you are going to have a way higher on your list it. You probably have the top top three. I know where you're going to say and it's in my top five. I already know what it is with the movie. I didn't see until after jenny and david's wedding of and they played a scene from this movie. That was freaky at a heartbreak. Well we didn't play that that part before the heartbreak. You call right there and i'll be honest. I had heard so much about this opening. And i had heard so much about how fantastic the movie was Then what. I finally saw it. I mean i thought it was beautiful And that opening. I think is probably the one of the most like emotionally charged openings of cinema let alone animation of but the rest of the movie. I'm like i thought it was. Okay yes i'm going up as my number a yes. No i will touch on it a little bit later jenny. What's your eight mine number. Eight is also monsters inc. Good taste for you're making. I think. I think this may be higher for leo number. Seven is coco tire. Yes so i'll let you guys talk about it. And i'll touch base on that. What's your number seven leo. Okay great we were. We were right there right there. They monsters inc to me like everything you guys said especially at a freaking. Boo boo is the is the tiebreaker. For for what. What why. I love monsters inc so that was me and jenny like giannis tiebreaker with monsters inc..
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"Then ever mentioned they never specified it's undisclosed. She's a single mom. So for all the single moms i thought it was nicer with some representation there and you know foia andy. Andy's mom yeah but we don't know if she was purely single mom. Because i think there was a dad really. There was never a dad. Okay well but they didn't say his dad died they didn't say no that's true. Yeah that's really single mother here. You already know. David get away from me. Number twelve This'll be a lot lower than most people who have it. I finding nemo twelve. Ooh i thought. I put my low but recent rewatch. I think it's fantastic but on recent rewatch and everything else on my list. It's kind of dropping in terms of what the movie makes me feel like i. I still think it's fantastic but it doesn't make me feel what the other movies make me feel so Yeah finally still great. But just outside the top ten leah. what do you got for. Twelve by numero dos. Say is actually I in my opinion the like we talked about like the single mother but the family unit and one of the better fathers in bella Incredible to as my my number twelve. Yeah i just think it's funny because like that at all. The sequels toy story had the most like expected anticipated was incredible too because there was so much time between that first and that's equal that i think like and it didn't let down honestly. I think that was like one of the things that i remember like. Oh you know what like. This could be a letdown at the movies. Not as good as the first one. But jack jack's progression yeah i just love. This agreed are so next up plate. Oh sorry go ahead. Sorry jaffer inside out. I put in south at slow his solo. Everything else so inside. It's great though. I love it. I think it was really unique. Story to really see these emotions in these things then and i think anyone could relate to what she's going through in an all these ceilings than obviously amy. Poehler love her So yeah so. That's my number twelve cool my number eleven his toy story two which is the worst of the toy story which is not even saying. It's bad because i still think toy story to his great. I don't think i. I think it carries the first sign of where we end up in toy story for because you never. This is the first time you see. Woody question his existence and he really does belong and i think the blow on that story we get in another movie But i do love this. One for introducing new characters and i loved and low key star wars story lang going on with Zurve being buzz lightyears quote unquote dad. It's a great little joke. And i just love when buzz is too serious buzz. Like he thinks he's a real space ranger to larry is to me So yeah that's my number eleven what you got so actually i disagree with you. I know we definitely have had this conversation. I think toy story four is the worst toy story. Ls four as my number. Eleven for some reason. It's still fantastic though. Still like papa lovin Thinking about toy story four i. It's not really necessary. We really just went back to the well. Just one last time. No reason But i mean keanu reeves say.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"A bug's life of bugs life. We literally been in that tree. Yes we have in disneyworld. Theath that saint plan we see in. Wally grew to be a tree. In a bug's life. Insects have no longer have a longer lifespan. in a bug's life prior to wally an can just last three months however a bug's life these ants all survive an entire summer and allude to Be around ninety years old. This indicates that answer sturdier and as a result of evolution and mutated genes another aunt elf tells flick nazli the island because there are snakes bird and bigger bugs out there. They do not mention humans because there are very few humans to make dangerous enough to For insects to worry about however one kid allegedly pick the wings off a homeless bug later in the distant future animal start evolving into the dominant species which finally leads into good dinosaur incorrect monsters inc. Well we'll start with monsters university. So animal started changing due to radiation caused by so now. The monsters are turning into the hulk. These animals evolved into monsters and accidentally wipe humans in the face of the planet. Mas university was founded in the year. Thirteen thirteen this is dated using the monsters. Calendar and not the human calendar amounts university. They falsely taught the monsters that humans were toxic in from another dimension. This is because mazdas were worried about human being existence altering history which finally leads the monsters inc where mantras machines didn't realize their mistake of getting rid of humans until it was too late they eventually realize a human for the source of energy and needed to sustain life machines. Help solve that. By letting monsters use doors to time travel to human generation. This leads us to boo. And this is the pixar theory. I wonder how onward or all i think fits in here nicely but there's a lot that we've got into so i'm curious if anyone that guy that did this is ever going to update this because this is just like this looks like it takes a lot of time. Yeah jenny definitely smoking weed when he wrote this cool. Yeah now. let's get to our list so we decided to rank every single pixar movie starting from all twenty four starting from the bottom working our way to the top. This is actually relatively easy for me. Leo was easy for you. Yeah for the most part. I i knew where my tops we're gonna be and there were a few of few that maybe i kind of didn't at a time like sorting through for the most part it was it was a fairly straightforward list. This feels like marvel like the top tiers easy. The bottom is easy. It's the middle that you kind of mess around with jenny. Yeah it was pretty easy. I mean i made this list like ten minutes before we went live so so many always coming prepared when you start listing it. You know whatever you know your favorites you know the ones that are always at the top of your list no matter what and you can spew out but then there's always the ones that either you haven't seen yet which i do have and that the ones i haven't seen to be honest or at the bottom of my list. It's not many but it. There's a few so they were ready at the bottom. Because i didn't find it fair to rank those if i hadn't seen them and And then the other ones were kinda like just piecing together like how did you feel..
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"Dow be though. Because i'm a festival and loki. Have they have a history. In the comics. Together to your. I'm enjoying the ride. I think. I mean there's nothing i can never not enjoy marvel. I'm just catch the when they're going through in episode to where they're going through the list of There was another marvel Another another x men of own missed it. What was it dude. So they're going through the list of all the All the apocalypse and they're going through like this.
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"But vampire stuff and And if you're into taika with tease comedy what we do in the shadows all my lord. I thought it was one of the stupidest funniest shows and the way they integrate vampire lore intuit was. I loved it. I i want wanna see the movie tyco movie before i was gonna do the reverse like let me see the show and the other goes one inspired it but yeah but yeah. That's it for me and then get lucky. We'll talk about it in a second jennifer. I saw low-key as well. I just finished brothers and sisters on hulu and literally. Just put that on my list like yesterday. How did you really wolf. So this is my second. This is my second or third revenge. Because i don't watch her while It's good. It's like your typical. Abc drama has a really good cast. there's a lot of people in sally field. Callisto flaw car Who else dave anabolic. There's a lot of good people on it. So i think you'll like i think the show does it. Remind me of the. Obviously when i finished watching it The show ended up getting canceled after the fifth season. But it did have a last episode at least that wrapped up the story for everyone essentially so they. I think they didn't know when they did the episode that they were being canceled. But i think they probably had an idea because you kinda ended were where everyone has some sort of resolution. At least you know. I hate when like. If you're gonna cancel the show at least let give them one more season and let people finish up a story you you know you ask people be invested in these shows and then you want them to watch the first season but why are you going to watch for season. If if it's not guaranteed to come back you're wasting people's time you're wasting your money so like give a show at least one or two seasons like two seasons to at least be able to..
"35 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Film to digital that kinda hit me because there's a scene toward not full spoiler but there's a scene towards the end. They're taking all the film reels from theater and turn them into plastic laid. You see a goto the factory and what happens to these film reels. And i'm like that kinda got me. I'm like oh my god. This is like crazy. Cool really cool. It's really good The novice which is like a psychological thriller. It's kind of like whiplash meet black swan. It actually won. Best picture at tribeca so that is fantastic one of the best performances of the years. Well and my romcom. I wanna highlight before we finish off is a dating and new york so you remember we always joke about wrong coms and i always say i need. I think they're the most fakest thing ever because you really wouldn't happen like jenny's one that she mentioned and this one they seem like they they in the real world like you could see this happening. Like the dating ironic. Dating new york is actually set up like a fairytale and the real world but and it touches on like the growth of dating apps and how prevalent they are too young people meeting today. And you see this relation form and they have this contract that they can only. They're only going to be sleeping together but they can't form any feelings for each other and you know how you goes you know as a summer all over so but it is sent with benefit. It's better than friends with benefits. Yeah but it. I think it's better than friends with benefits. And i really like friends with benefits but yeah that's one of my favorite of the festival of you know i mean it's been a really good one and i saw the last movie i want to touch on is And i want to touch on a few short here. I saw this movie called clean. That is world premiere yesterday with adrian. Brodie so just think. Have you seen nobody the movie with. Oh my god. Bob odenkirk bob odenkirk this year. No no no. It did look really in the same light like this a former cleaner for for the mob and he has he's essentially news daughter and you find out early loses a daughter. Any takes protect. He'd start protecting protecting a little girl. And then something happens and turns like violin ending and the mob. Boss is actually from joker. The one that joker kills. I forgot his name. The bigger set the heavyset guy. He's the main villain of the movie. It's pretty good like you know it's not breaking the mold but it's really entertaining Yeah and that covers tribeca. You'll see all these reviews on the website. We had a great time covering it. And hopefully we'll be back Next year so now. What else did you see leo. It's been a long time. have you seen awhile. It's been a while it was funny. A lot of time that i was away It was it was honestly on brooklyn nine nine. That show just was like way longer than i expected.
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"I. I can't wait to see this. And you're describe the story. I'm like this is like pixar level. Sadness was it was definitely pixar level sadness and then my other favorite movies so far. The festival is mark. Mary and some other people. And it's basically a rom comedy. And i think it got bought so i think it should hit and they want screenplay at the. Yeah it was. It was really good. I'm really strong a modern day. Rom rom com And it also introduced us to the idea of ethical non monogamy. If you've never heard of it it's basically swinging but with specific rules and more modern. You know things so it was really. It was really cute. Comedy you need. Andrew needed a comedy after other to david. So i've seen thirty movies at the festival. So i'm not going to go through thirty. I'll send you that. Make you cry or did as emotionally invested as those. Two shorts did for jetty no. I didn't cry once. i almost. it's not even So some things. I want to highlight the most disappointing film. I saw with the talian studies. Vanessa kirby film. I figured vanessa kirby she's on a roll. Let's see what's going on. She's great but the movie is a little pretentious to me. So i really nothing happens. She has them nizhny. I guess the director wants to feel what amnesia feels like. Because father kinda like how not even man. The father is actually a good movie. It's yeah it just didn't work for me but some stuff. I did want to highlight documentaries. That i did want to highlight all street to silent talks about hip hop culture skateboarding in the eighties and nineties. It's really really good Talks about jenny. Fair company supreme. And the how they were just sold for two billion dollars. Jenny was like your review. I'm gonna put that. They stole the logo from an artist and then like two minutes later. They bring it up in the documentary. So is fine and then deal and that artist. her name is barbara kruger. And she's like didn't even mention her name that just said artists so johnny was very upset about that. But documentary was good stockholm syndrome. Which is about the app rockies situation a few years ago when they Kept them in a swedish jail very interesting because it like blends in the his biography and how you came up as a rapper along with the incident. it's a nice blending of both so. I really enjoyed that. Wanted to highlight that. Lfg which is about the women's national soccer team the us women's national soccer team in their feifer equal. Pay i did not. I actually kinda to my own. I really kept up. Kept kept up on it. So do you know how. The whole situation ended leo. I do know i remember. It's funny because world cups right women's world cup the men's world cup. That's when i get all in on soccer. I'm like all. Let me learn more about these players and like the us like you as a women's team has always made the nation proud good compared to the men. Yeah.
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"It was. the right. weren't allowed to do it. So i just hope he's invoked suit and cowl. That's all i ask for eighty. So let's move. On to some tribeca film festival recap if i'm not gonna go through every movie. I walked because there was a lot of stuff that watch. I'm just going to throw some highlights. Jenny you can start since you saw some shorts yesterday. Oh man so. I've been watching a lotta shorts. I'm going through my list of movies Two of the shorts. That i really really loved a lot was the first one was death and the lady And then the other one was called blush and blush was actually coming out of sky dance animation. I believe it's their first short that they've had at tribeca So i'll talk about blush i Well both of these shorts made me ball outcry By the end of it. They're not long there. Maybe ten minutes. And i really hope that they they get to go on youtube. Later or other people are able to really see them Or even like maybe before a movie or whatnot but really cool animation on both ends Both of them had like really strong stories. And by the end of it. I was balling Had same reaction as i did for the and for the the part in shawshank redemption. That made me ball really bad. And i couldn't crying. Why are you crying. And unlike because it's so sound though death in the lady is basically about death comes to visit this old woman sitting in her chair or knitting on a rainy stormy night and her dog is sitting next to her on his bed. Just like sleeping hanging out There's a knock on the door. The lady answers it The dog jackson ready recognizes who death is. The woman doesn't say anything she just invites him in is like. Do you want to warm up with a cup of tea. So she brings him into the kitchen..
"35 years" Discussed on KCRW
"From Melrose Avenue to the 1 10 is you're heading into the downtown area and some slow traffic on the 10 eastbound from the four or five to the one Ted. Also, Long Beach 65 south out. I could tell. I got a car fire on the right shoulder and be careful traveling through that area as well. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. As here in the U. S. We continue to grapple with fall out from election related violence, including the deadly assault on the U. S. Capitol. We haven't exclusive interview now that focuses on a deadly election season underway around the world. In another country. That country is Uganda. Security forces there have opened fire on protesters, killing dozens. Opposition leaders and journalists have been beaten, have been arrested. Now The man at the center of this is President Yoweri Museveni. He has been in power 35 years in the presidential election on Thursday, he'll be trying to fend off a challenge from Bobby Wine, a singer turned politician who has electrified young people in Uganda. Well. Uganda is where we find NPR's ater Peralta. He's in the capital, Kampala, and he sat down with the president and asked about his latest moves to stay in power. Ater is here to share that reporting now. Hey, there. Hey, Mary Louise. So, what does President was 70 say about all this violence, violence again, just distress in which dozens of people have died. He was totally unrepentant. In November, Huge crowds came out to protest the arrest of opposition leader Bobby Wine and just as quickly. Security forces crack down more than 50 Ugandans were killed. And last week one of the big newspapers here printed their pictures and their biographies. And I asked president was 70 about that. They were to Patty Sellers. They were carpenter students. I mean, how how do you excuse this kind of violence against your own people jump but said, uh, when he attacks the people He becomes the two energies They were talking other people because they have been told That they should cause an uprising here. Like happened in Libya, like happened in in the city are like happened so the today were agents. They're no longer Lot of protest movement. They're no edges off foreign schemes here, so the death penalty is correct for somebody will throw the wrong saluted. That's been dirty. According to the police, Presidio as if people are protesting you, there's a way you handled it. But if they now overrun overrun, for instance. Put a sufficient You have to stop it by using it is on fire. Eight or did I hear right? He's suggesting that the protesters are foreign agents and therefore use of fire is justified. That's right. Yeah, and in a few days ago, his top police officer said that if anyone causes trouble during the elections, they will regret that they were ever born. But I pushed the president on this. We spoke before the storming of the U. S capitol, but I told him But for the most part in the U. S. Police rarely used live ammunition. Drink civil unrest again. You are comparing on compatibles should there the streets are white. The infrastructure is better. It's a different story. They attacked police stations. They burnt down police stations. Yeah, well in the U. S. They had free labor. Of Africans for 300 years. So they can build a new police stations for us. We astrology. Billy one police station when we have just built it. You come on your body that then we build another So sorry police, no such a different perspective there and I'll notice he's invoking slavery. On the way to not really answering your question. Ater. You said people have been protesting because Bobby Wine with seventies opponent in the election has been arrested. Where is he now? Has he been freed? Is he still under arrest? He is free. But he says that he hasn't been able to campaign for the past five days because this whole campaign team has been arrested. And he says that last night his driver was shot dead by the military in that his house was raided early this morning. And, you know, the government says that they're arresting Bobby wine and his supporters for flaunting covert regulations. But look, the reality is that most 70 doesn't tolerate any serious challenges to his power, and Bobby wine is a serious threat to him. I asked the president why his forces treat his opponents this way. But you still believe It's a core part of democracy is the open exchange of ideas, right? But right now your opposition leader, your main opponent, Bobby Wine. Is being arrested. I mean, I've lost count how many times it's been a real person for putting forward ideas, be arrested for rioting and causing day Yet other people? That's why he's being arrested? It is that there are other position that theoretically arrested. Why? Why him? Sure, But is this not a pattern here in Uganda? I mean, I think your previous opponent cheese of a seizure. I think there was a joke, you know, and he had yet the Guinness world record. Of most arrested man E. Should we not look at that as a pattern? No, the other position that he does. Well, we never even seen a police station. But this one's whom you're talking about. They want to use violence to influence people, and that was a surgical knot along and look Mary Louise. Some protesters have thrown rocks and attacked police officers. But human rights groups say that the majority of the violence in Uganda is coming from the state. I'm told later that your sit down with the president went on for more than now. We're what is your big takeaway? So I didn't get any sense that the president was worried about this upcoming election or that he intended to leave power anytime soon. He told me that he has enough money so he doesn't need this job. But he says that he barely sleeps working on the problems of the country, and he seems convinced that after 35 years Uganda still needs him and that he is the only one who can lead the country into prosperity. Is NPR's aider Peralta talking from Kampala about his interview with Ugandan President Yoweri Moose. 78. Thank you cannot wait to hear the rest of your reporting about the elections all this week. Thank you, Mary Louise. Some automakers around the world are dialing back on production. For example, a Ford plant in Kentucky shut down altogether, they say temporarily. But as NPR's Camilla Domino ski reports, it's happening in part because of tiny computer chips. Cars and trucks are made out of steel and aluminum. But these days, there are also a lot of semiconductors, computer chips and not just in all the entertainment screens. They are controlling Theo engine and the emissions. And even in Thies switches for raising and lowering your windows..