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"adam josh" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:10 min | Last month

"adam josh" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Adam Josh and CENEX. I watched up today and it was fantastic. Goosebumps the whole movie. That man is a hero. I watched every second of it. After the credits. Fantastic job keep up the great work. You can leave us a message at eight, eight, eight, six, three, four, one, seven, four four. Yes CNN. Just did a whole big spread on willy. Somebody forwarded me and now we're getting our deal with showtime, and who knows maybe they all work out. I would've news I WANNA. Thank God Matthew Crawford. For being a gas, he's a writer. He's a philosopher. He's a mechanic is well which I love why we drive is the name of his book. It's available now on. Amazon also is a New York Times bestselling author for. The book shop class as sole craft and inquiry into the value of work I've talked about the value of work. I've talked I've all I do is talk about shop class in work and putting stuff together so good? Do good to meet you. Yeah thanks for having me on the show of. A PhD in political philosophy from the University of Chicago specializing in ancient political thought. We're going to get into that and a second as well 'cause I got a feeling a lot of this stuff. That seems new might be old. Also explore the ethical and practical importance of manual competence, as expressed through mastery of our physical environment, so let's talk about working with your hands, and how that pertains everything in life. Yeah well, you know. Shop. Class was pretty widely dismantled in this country back in the ninety s because we had this idea that we're going to be gliding around in a sort of pure information economy. But some people I think including some were plenty smart would rather be learning. Build things or fix things, so that bookshop classes sold crap was really case for the skilled trades, and and why a young person might want to. Consider that as a livelihood why I gotta say a couple of things first off when all this shit was going twenty years ago and they're getting rid of the shop classes. I kept saying these PSA that talked about you know hi I'm Sheryl Crowe? We need to fund the music. We need the music back in schools. It's so important to give these kids music class and I was like. Who the fuck is going to be professional cello player out of this group. There's GonNa be a lot of plumbers, and there's going to be a lot electric, and so there were all concern. fucking Hollywood all these assholes get everything wrong all the time. They're all lean on the music. No one brought up the shop class and I think we need to focus on the shop class, but. Sorry. I'm agitated. With you I mean we had this kind of dumb idea that knowledge work there's manual work, and they're two completely separate things, but. I, mean I've worked as an electrician I've worked as a as a mechanic, and sometimes that kind of work more cognitively, demanding more intellectually demanding than some of the white collar jobs I've had I was just trying to go ahead. Yeah I was GONNA say as an example as a little stupid little example. My son, who just turned fourteen, who hasn't done Jack, squat his entire life. About two weeks ago, a guy who's been working with me Peter. Said is kind a weird way is his dad. He probably wouldn't have accepted it. Peter was like hey, man. You gotta get to work around here. You can't just putz around all day playing video games, and you're GONNA get paid, but it's not going to be easy, and here's how we're going to break it down. And he laid this whole thing down for this kid who was like formerly lazy, and he's got him in the backyard and swinging a pickaxe, and he's raking stuff, and he's working a sweat up and I see him. Him in the evenings when I come home, and he satisfied, he's totally satisfied. He's telling me. He's making seven bucks an hour. He's working six hours a day. This is how much he's. GonNa make at the end of the week. They're taken out twenty percent. They'RE GONNA put it in a savings account. He's so different immediately just ten days of physically moving sweating being out in the yard, getting gun earning. He's proud of himself. He's more confident. It's a tot-. It's totally different than if I sit in this cubicle and do data entry. And also know that kind of work. You can actually point to it in the world is visible and say hey. I did that and everyone else can see it, so it's a it's becomes the basis for a legitimate pride, which is very different from the kind of bogus self esteem that they try to promote in schools. Is a you know this is something you can just give to someone self esteem. Expertise accomplishment and I've also floated this theory on this show, but your your professional saw flow to you. I'd been trying to think about why. People are so unduly panicked about so many things in our society sort of being scared and saying they're worried about this. They fear that and I said. We don't have a proper relationship with danger because we're not picking up tools anymore. When you pick up a chainsaw or you pick up a NIB Ller I love the name of that tool a nipple. Naval are cut sheet metal. Nibble middle. It's like it's like electric scissors. You have a nigger. You're bad ass. Do you have an oscillating? Also waiting spindle sander. Another guy I'm a metal got okay. Oh, you could, you could try to one up me in front of my. These people worshipped me. You will get some use out of the. SPINDLE Zander with your sheet. Aluminum as well but anyway. Dr seuss piece of machinery. Spending Santa Laura when you see an oscillating spindle sander in in use, it is exactly as advertised. It's a spindle that spins in oscillates. Lewd. Yeah, you putting the right attachment on there and get get enough. Rain grier India. We got an evening so. So I have a relationship with danger. Because I use tools a lot i. kind of know what they could do to you, and so I'm always processing that I'm guessing you do and I started. Find that the guys I know who work with tools are not freaking out over the same things that my white collar Hollywood. Friends are freaking out over. Do you think there's a connection I do? SO I! Yeah, so. When we sort of early in the lockdown, and everyone was wearing masks I'm often going into welding, supply shops and auto supply places and there. Nobody was wearing a mask and I thought that was really interesting now the they're forcing everyone to do so you don't see that difference as much. But I kind of wondered like for one thing. These are very.

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Top 5 Moviegoing Experiences

Filmspotting

09:01 min | 3 months ago

Top 5 Moviegoing Experiences

"From Chicago. This is film Spotting Josh. Larsen and I met HIM DR. Get stuck on a movie line with a guy like this behind you a free country. You have to give it so loud to shame to pontificate like that. And and the funny part of it is. You don't know anything about McLuhan. We miss the movies so much. We even miss the Marshall McLuhan pontificators this week on the show. We mourn the current closure of movie theaters with our top five movie going experiences listeners. China into that more. That's funny because I happen to have Mr McLuhan right here ahead on film spot. Welcome to film spotting with Josh. I'm Adam and as we record this. Josh movie theaters are closed. They've been closed for a month or more and they'll continue to be closed for the foreseeable future which means this week's top five movie going. Experiences is either perfectly timed or it's the last thing people want to hear right now. Yeah could be either an act of morning or celebration curious Adam. Is this the longest you've gone sense? You started going to the movies when you were young Without being out of theater because I think it might be for me. Actually it has to be right. When would you ever be away from movies? Maybe when my first child was born but even then we'll get into this a little bit with our lists. I remember going to a Lotta movies when Holden was very young. That's what that was my thought too is. It must have been when we had a new baby but no because in both cases I was working as a fulltime film critic so I would have gotten back to work within a month for sure and Bannon a theater so yeah. This has been a long stretch. If you were anticipating are ghostbusters versus Gremlins throwdown. We have decided just to move that to next week. So if you didn't get those viewings in you have a little bit more time. That part of our eight from eighty four series. This was a top five that our producer Sam suggested in fact he's been suggesting it for many months. Maybe a couple years ago Josh annually. Yeah for some reason. We have always resisted it. We talk about our apprehensions a little bit. And now it's gone from the top five. We both vowed maybe never to do to a segment that I vowed to Sam would never be more than about twelve to fifteen minutes to an entire show. While let's just for the record that happens almost every time we do a top five where they'll say this is only going to be twelve minutes and it could be an entire show so that's nothing new But yeah resistance to this list. is is proven. There's historical basis for that but times have changed. It's a different time. Adam and get does call for this list before we get to that though we want to once again mention the Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then also the art house America campaign. The arthouse America campaign is co sponsored by the criterion collection. And it's already raised over five hundred thousand dollars for independent cinemas across the country so again keeping this on the mind not being able to go to theaters like these independent cinemas and really worrying about their future. More information on both of these funds again. The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then the Art House America campaign will be in the notes for this show at film spotting dot net on twitter invited listeners to write or call in with the names of family and friends who are working on the front lines during this pandemic and we heard from a friend of the show. Kenny Meyer also longtime listener Tom Morris and they called in with some shoutouts. We WanNa make sure that Jamie and Jennifer gets them. Well deserved attention responding? Kannemeyer back and Pump does our California and Just wanted to call and response to the tweet about the front line workers. Doing Cook Nineteen You guys know my sister Jamie She works in respiratory therapist. Linda Hospital Big Hospital here in southern California and Is on the front lines as they say. But if you follow around letterbox. She's still finding lots time to keep up on movies. She's already seen blow the man down so she's one ahead of me right now so just shut my big sister Jamie Thanks for doing what you do. Keep up the hard work and thanks to everybody. Who's out there working on our behalf. I don't funny Adam. Josh Sam Levy Guys. Thanks for the show in a long time to get any feedback So all the ones happy holidays. Happy Fifteenth Anniversary. Thanks for the Bette Davis Marathon and I right talk to you soon. Hey signing this. Is Tom Morris of the good the bad and the nerdy movie podcast? I just wanted to call and give a shout out to a very special person. Says dear to me who is a front line worker. That would be my wife. Jennifer sheet is a unit secretary at a hospital in my area. Hers is actually a little more complicated jobs and she. You know if you hit if a patient hits the help button. She's the first person they speak to. She's the one that organized the handles all the assignments. She gets the nurses to to alert them. When something's going wrong. She is basically the person probably speaks the most of the patient with them ever realize it and I feel like that her and others in her position should get many shout outs is. They're the UNSUNG heroes. Just like you know editors are and so forth and film anyway Let's get all those healthcare workers fighting save everyone's suffering for a couple of nineteen. Thanks thank you Kenny. And Tom for your thoughtful voicemails and of course thank you. Jamie Jennifer for everything you're doing and our thanks as well to everyone out there working on the front lines. If you have a friend or family member you want to give a shout out to. You could drop us a line. Three one two two six four zero seven four four or send us an MP three file or an email feedback at film spotting dot net. We're going to get into our top five now. Josh movie going experiences with some poll results that you could argue completely contradict the spirit of the top five. We asked listeners to vote on their favorite type of movie going experiences. We came up with these four opening night full house for a comedy opening night full. House for an action movie or opening night full House for a horror movie. You could also go. I'm not into crowds weekday alone at my favorite art house. Finally if none of those fit the bill for you you could vote other and right in your choice. How did it come out Josh? This is incredibly revealing? I think Adam other is in last place with six percent and then packed pretty tightly together. Are the three communal options. So ten percent of the vote went to opening night horror movie eleven percent opening night comedy and eighteen percent opening night action movies so you see some differentiation. There among those options but easily winning this poll. We're Buncha loners in film. Spotty Nation Weekday alone at my favorite art house took it with fifty five percent of the vote. That's also how you and I voted. Yeah it is though in fairness we could say that instead of being a bunch of loners film spotting nation is actually just a bunch of snobs. And it's not so much the day of the week or going by yourself or with a group it's the type of movie and they just loved the art house fare donors. Snobs you say potato. Yeah exactly we heard from John Dempsey. Who said I voted alone slash art house though? It's really a tie of extremes for me the other being full house slash blockbuster the alone arthouse preferably daytime experience really put you in a trance. There's nothing quite like seeing for example. The APU trilogy at Film Forum than leaving the dark theater for the bright bustling streets of New York and wandering literally and in your mind with one foot still in the world of the film on the other hand. The communal anticipation in line. The urgency of getting a good seat and the roars of laughter and gasps during an opening weekend showing of say a fast and furious film. It's the type of shared energy. Most people search for music festivals or sports stadiums. I need both in this stem dearly. And I think that's the case I think even us and the people who voted the fifty five percent who said Weekday alone of the art house. We want both and we do crave both and we're going to reflect back on some of the best communal experiences that we've had going to the movies. Yeah that makes sense to me. My my vote in favour of being alone was not in opposition to those other options. Because I do love all of those other options as well. So that's fair. John Characterizes it. Well

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

12:18 min | 5 months ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Well you didn't somehow put punch drunk love and a time machine and transported to the twenty ten if I wouldn't put it past you if only I went. I went with phantom thread. And it's funny. You bring that up because this movie which I watched within the last month again because I had I had an instinct. I feel like it's weird with the master. I feel like I know that. I don't know the master as much as I love it. If that makes any sense I feel like I could probably watch it. One hundred more times and it would still be a bit opaque to me and that's fine. That's okay have you only seen at once? No No? I've seen it maybe three times. Okay so so I kind of know where I stand there but I thought phantom thread this it just sounds so fun whenever I think about watching it again so I did and it is challenging punchdrunk. Love I gotta say as my favorite Paul Thomas Anderson I'm not sure if it's his best but It's it's challenging punchdrunk for my favorite and it's good enough that the differences in those definitions are negligible. It's just so beautiful. I mean. Those DRESSES MARK. Bridges is the costume designer. And how Inter girl? They are to plot and character I love that. The Jonny Greenwood's score. I'm not a huge movie score. Listener in terms of listening to them outside of the film experience. I will from now from here there but I know a lot of people just love to do that and work that music this one though this one I put on every once in a while Again and it just works so well with the film itself there is in this movie. There's a constant poll between an danger is the right word but intrigue and Romance. And it's maybe this is why it's PTA's hitchcock film right. But it's almost like what he's done here is made hitchcock with feeling in a way that even hitchcock's most romantic movies somehow don't quite hit this note that he manages to with Phantom threat. And it's so funny as about to spark hell is it about your special agent sent to ruin my evening. Possibly my entire life said to me. Why are you talking to folks? This is my house is a house. Of course it's your. Somebody dropped me on foreign soil behind enemy lines sides. It's you brought me when the health happened. Hawaii you do you have a gun you hit to kill me. Gusta whereas stop. It's just so so funny. I can't stop giggling at Daniel Day. Lewis's fussiness as this one thousand nine hundred eighty s fashion designer. I think I recognize something in it. That makes me able to laugh at it. In a way that I might laugh at myself if I if given these resources and left to my own devices I had this direction at this guy hats. And so there's something amusing about watching him indulge in that and then getting to watch Vicky creeps. Yeah get under his skin as Alma. It's just so much fun. So is it his most important work? I don't know I think you know aesthetically. It's maybe not as Bravura Assam his other films. But there's just something about phantom thread That that I love so much and he had to have it on this list. Yeah it makes sense. In fact I considered it for my top twenty. I considered inherit advice. That's how much I liked that film. Pta had a chance to get three films on my list and her advice. Maybe even funnier. Yeah I think it is funnier but phantom threat is sneaky. Funny Film. That has certainly paid off in terms of memes. I feel like there's so many quotable lines in Denver and screengrabs. You can pull from that film. Which is I'm sure exactly what. Pta send with and read sure seems were framed composed with that in mind. My number thirteen film is one of the films. I got to Rewatch in preparation for this list. And it's from twenty eleven. I'm GonNa go ahead and let a longtime listener someone who's been listening way before two thousand ten or eleven. Do the honors of announcing this pick. Hey Adam Josh Film spotting this is Joshua younger men calling in to give my film of the decade It's probably maximum. He wrote but I really think that Margaret is in if not the top movie. It's definitely in the top two directed by Kenneth Lonergan. I think especially watching the director's cut which I did Last year this is a movie that I think really is about a young person discovering just how messed up. The world is And I think even though it was the two thousand five and it came out around the occupied movement It's a movie that really captures the Young Person. That's sort of almost Dissent or Rise into activism When you look at the Obama Movement where the look at occupy whether you look at the Bernie Sanders moving or even now with The Environmental Movement if young people leading the way and I think this movie really captures young person discovering just how just the world is and I also think about over a decade anyways. Hope you guys have a great decade show. Thank you josh for that. My number thirteen film of the decade is Kenneth Lonergan Margaret and. Here's the thing. I appreciate everything Josh said and knowing Josh a little bit that interpretation of the film completely jives with his personality and his preoccupations. This idea that it's a movie about a young person becoming aware of the injustice in the world and be this rising sense of activism. I'm not sure I agree with Josh. At all on anything he said in terms of that interpretation of the film especially because whatever righteousness that main character Lisa played by Anna. Paklin tries to enact I think is driven mostly by her own feelings of guilt and got her her personal need to be punished. And then you've got Sam who I was talking about this movie with. He has it. He just did a letterbox only list. But he's got Margaret as his second favourite film of the decade and he views the whole thing as Lisa basically standing in for American foreign policy. And you know what they might both be right. Might both be wrong. There's a lot of references to that sort of stuff in the movie specifically classroom scenes. I had forgotten about for get into that. There's no doubt about that but all I know. Is that discrepancy between me between San Between Josh? Even though I'm not completely disregarding their interpretations that discrepancy and the myriad of personal responses and interpretations that's precisely what makes Margaret's so great and it's precisely what the movie is about to me. I think about Lisa's line talking to her. Mother played by J Smith Cameron in the film. The comes fairly late in the movie where she says. People don't relate to each other mom. They're totally disconnected. That's the film that's Margaret in one. Line scene after scene of people not just not being able to relate to each other but they're trying desperately to relate in classrooms in living rooms in bedrooms on the street at dinner wherever it is and they're failing utterly incompletely and it's out of anger it's out of frustration it's out of immaturity or privilege or whatever human traits that we all have within us all of those are factors in y there is this disconnection and truly. I could so many scenes but one that amused me this time. Watching the film and I hadn't seen it since two thousand eleven. I did watch the extended cut this time. I saw it in the theater. Originally at a critic screening because it really didn't play in theaters right. I don't remember the exact lore with Martin got a very small release initially until there was that sort of critical response saying yeah deserves more attention than it was halfway into the next year where the extended cut became available right and there really are some examples of this but I think about this scene this time that amused me so much in a way and I don't know if it was in the original theatrical cut or not but Lonergan is in the film playing the father to Lisa and they're divorced and Willie see him really on the phone and he's calling from California I think back to New York and they're gonNa go on this horseback riding trip that leases really excited about and according to her brother is too and you've got him on the phone just saying repeatedly to her. Nobody wants to go. Nobody wants to go. She's literally vocalizing multiple times. How eager she is to go on this trip. He's not hearing it or he is hearing it and he's just so completely caught up in the minutia and the tedium of his own life and his own selfish pursuits that it's not processing at all. Can I give you another reading on that? I think that that could very well be right but that comes at a moment in the film. It's almost like he's just telling everyone to lay their cards on the table. And it's Kinda the same thing you're saying it's it's acknowledging the disconnection sure because they they've all they all kind of have hesitancy about this trip. It's a trip for show. It's to show that he's still a good dad. Yes it's to show that they're still close to him and everyone has independently complained about this trip. And he's aware of this so he's basically just say an enough with the BS. We can't connect yeah. Don't really know each other a little bit. Let's just stop the charade. Yeah I get it I get it though I feel like the movie does show that the only person who really seems put out by it is his new wife and she's the final Straw and she. Lisa seems genuinely interested in going and I liked it. Lawton gives us that moment where we linger with him after that call and I think we see that I mean he is human. I think he knows enough that he's disappointing his daughter and that was tough to do but he still did it. He's just now going to pretend it didn't happen. He's going to go on with his life but there is that moment of events that he knows as a father. He's let his daughter down. But this is also a script wear and there are some other movies that do this. But I've never seen a film. Does it to this extent where you see characters constantly calling attention to their word choices and what they meant to say versus how it's being received or maybe misunderstood and there again. A movie shot in two thousand five finally released in two thousand eleven feels as twenty twenty in that regard as any movie possibly could and just pack when in that performance. You joked last week but not really you on our website. You mean it in a pack deserves to be considered one of the best performers of the decade just for Margaret. Yes and after watching the film. I felt that way already. But it's even clearer to me and I feel so many different ways not just about what the film might be saying but about Lisa herself as a character. She's super privileged. Obviously and it's easy to want to write her off for that and for other stupid thing. She says and does in the movie but she is deep feeling as a person she someone who isn't just processing everything that's happening to her including this horrific trauma that she was not only part of she may have been one of the causes of but she's over processing everything that's occurring to. Her and a lot of bad things are happening to her at this very sort of vital impressionable time of her life and at the same time. She's got this really poetic view of the world that I really respond to and like in her and she over compensates for that by then at times trying to be as vulgar and directed she possibly can if she's to honest with people and she's demeaning herself degrading certain experiences. That should actually mean more. And it's almost like she's trying to check. Her own privilege has enough self-awareness. Try to check it a little bit by as I said demeaning it though all that does I think in some way is reflect on her privilege. It's a movie filled with so many contradictions. And that's why I love it and that's why it seemed essential to me as a film of the twenty ten yet. The issue with the WORD CHOICES CHARACTERS. Choosing which words. There's a great scene. That's all about that between are you. Are you going to drop strident on meeting? My Gosh. That's and here's the wonderful thing..

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"adam josh" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Adam rank NFL network one other note there in overtime eight and a half left in DC tided threes haggling leveled the Carolina goalie Mirage, I mean level of knocked him on his ass. Just absolutely level them clearly should have been a penalty. No, call at all. It was like they never saw it. So they're not gonna call anything. But I gotta tell you really quickly the cats playing like no problem that we got this in the bag. Don't worry. It's all under control nothing to fear. No sweat. Take it easy just chill. We're gonna win this game. The canes are actually dominating the overtime dominating the possession dominating the shots dominating on attempts. I mean unbelievable. They haven't scored yet to be honest with you. But you know, the Cavs play like, this is just absolutely no problem whatsoever. That they got this. And they looked to me like they're not taking. I it just seems like they're not taking seriously. It really is. It's like the team's doing. I mean, they are really president going forward and trying to win this game and captured is I don't worry. It'll come to us. It's going to happen. Eventually, don't worry. We're gonna win. We're gonna get this. Maybe they will. Maybe they've ERI much well and they'll finish up. But they don't like it to me Garber. You gotta admit no the caps right now. Look like, yeah. It doesn't matter and the and the canes oppressing them right now, I add on. So I might interrupt a goes in. But let me ask you this. They're not a five minute major on hating goalie or was that just last night? That was just last night. They only do that in San Jose to be in the Silicon Valley to get that. And have wrench friends. Cleveland Cleveland Farrell wide people have him so low in the first round that guy's a monster. Yeah. Just one of those drafting were were guys start to tumble a little bit. And it's really doesn't make sense. And I think that anytime you start putting together mock drafts or anything like that people. Just kind of it seems like guys slip through the radar because I'm with you. I think he's a great player. I don't I'm trying to figure it out myself and go through mock drafts what is happening here. But it's just one of those things I also think too, you know, this is one of the things with the draft. Especially now with the way the quarterback position is there's no risk to taking a quarterback because of the way the rookie wage scale is a couple of years ago back when Sam Bradford and all those guys were coming through. It was dangerous to take a quarterback as you could get locked into a huge contract. So you end up getting guys jumping up into the first round who might not have necessarily been. Hey first round quarterback. Daniel Jones by not a first round quarterback. A couple of years ago Wayne Haskins by not a bit of first round quarterback a couple of years ago. So kind of Yumbo that the board. But it also shows that these teams that are later on the draft actually get really nice value because of the volatility with everything going on. So which do you think is better because I like both of them a lot of shine, Gary and Devin Bush, the two. You know, D one guy's rusher. Another linebacker but both at Michigan. I don't care about their record or not win against St. or anything else. I honestly think both of those guys are NFL ready bad asses. No, I'm with you as well. I think that Devon Bush is one of those guys again who you know, slots in pretty nicely. He can go anywhere from ten to fifteen in come in and just played a media role with that team. I think that the Broncos could be a team that could be looking at it. They need somebody there right there in the middle. So again, this is just one of those guys. I it's it's gonna be to like looking at some of these studs that Michigan ads coming out again you look back. I it's funny when you look at like LSU when they had when they had Jarvis Landry. Obi jay. And they had Jeremy hill and these other starts coming out. And you're like how do they not win when we're going through the draft process now with all these Michigan players like what is that? Why were they not more successful? Because I think Devon Bush. He's a great player. I think that a lot of talent. And it just kind of puzzling to me that they aren't able to at least translate it a little bit. I respond. Gary is a perfect example of that too. And he's somebody that if he again, there's somebody who's gonna go probably somewhere in the twenties, you know, perhaps, I don't know if he fits for the Steelers but somebody like the Seahawks. The ravens even even the lions picking in that spot is the raiders like that is a great value of somebody who can come in and make a huge impact. So Adam rank what has never do you are you buying or selling this de que Metcalf guy that everybody's so lapped up in after his combine numbers? Yeah. That's one of the things that I'm always a little bit hesitant to jump on board with somebody like that. Because obviously when you stand with their shirt off, he looks like a WWE wrestler. He looks like Goldberg and crime, and you're like, wow, this guy's wrought up, and he went out there and put it put out an absolute show. Going out there and playing, you know, the combine running around, and it's it is spandex with the under armor logo on it and everything like that. But sometimes people tend to overlook. Guys who are just really good at football. I remember a couple of years ago when Cooper couples coming out of the draft. He was great in the senior bowl and here like this guy knows how to play football. I understand he was at a smaller school like eastern Washington. But he's obviously proficient football player. Then he went to the combine. And it's forty time. What? And then everybody just clutch their pearls. Like, oh my God. This guy can't play. And obviously he was he was probably the low key MVP that Rams team last year. So I always hesitant when I see somebody who's hey, guys, a great combine guy. Whereas, you know, I watch a lot of Oklahoma games. You see marquess Brown go out there and play like like like an NFL player. I would rather have him over, you know, somebody who is kinda combine creation. Do you think? Let's go back to the Redskins. I second that they're after the kid Haskins actually at the end of the day because he's like, you know, from Maryland and everything and that's who they're gun though for. Yeah. It seems that way. I mean, the the nebulous connection there. But Dwayne Haskins is a good quarterback. He's put up pretty good statistics. I think that I saw something this week where he rates favorably with somebody like Sam Bradford when he was coming out of college. And Sam Bradford, you know. Injuries aside was actually a really good quarterback was really good on the NFL level any time. You get somebody who throws what fifty touchdowns in the big time major college Football Conference. I like the way he's I like. I like him. I like him as a prospect and everything like that. I think that if the Redskins do have their sights set on him, they're probably going to have to move up because I think low key sneaky landing spot for him. Although this is starting to pick up a little bit of buzz over the last couple of weeks is Ohio State. You know, one of these teams again, perhaps it's coming to that time where they they might have to part ways with with Amy doll. And they look, you know last year they taught Billy price. Now, you can get way. Napkins. Who knows maybe try to replicate? What's going down in Columbus, Columbus, or whatever? So I think it's if it interesting situation the Redskins do wanna make a splash. I think I could see them moving the number eight with the Detroit Lions somebody who would like to probably move down a little bit. So they're gonna do it. I think they have to do think they have to jump ahead of the Bengals do you buy or sell this Montejo sweat that? Everybody's all gung ho about kind of like him. You know, he's somebody that I didn't feel a lot of when he was playing college football. You know, sometimes these guys just kind of slip through and Mississippi State hasn't been playing very well over the last couple of years, so he kinda slip through but going back and watching some of their gains. I don't like to watch individual players, and I like to watch the way the the games kind of work themselves out. And when you see sweat on the field. He's obviously an elite level talent, you know. And obviously he's got some some questions with an heart condition, which is throwing some people off. But when you look at a guy just based on talent, alone and how productive he was if he didn't have this medical issue. I think he's somebody who could easily go into the top ten I'm curious to see how far he falls if he if he's going to get into the teens if he's going to get towards the end of the draft. And then you start thinking about some of the really good teams that are at the end of the draft there in the first round. I mean, even team like the raiders west three picks that somebody who could gamble on a player like that. I'm. Curious to see where he ends up going better. Adam Josh Allen, the kid out of Kentucky or Devon white out of LSU or they just peas in a pod. Both the same super town guys either. Or they'll both be good. Yeah. I think that both these guys are close to can't miss prospects. As you can as you can get it really just depends on what teams are looking for. I think Josh Allen. You know, he's one of those great pass rushers that can get to the quarterback and really kinda turn a defense. And again, this is this is a situation where right here spots for five and six where he can be available. You know, if the raiders again, if they're looking for I mean, they need help all over the place. There's really not a defensive player they should be turning up their nose to whether it's at Oliver. They could even go at Devon wide if they wanted to. But I think Josh Allen. It's kind of intriguing again somebody that I didn't see a lot of during the season Kentucky games. We're not even though Kentucky play very well. They weren't on my radar but going back and watching again, this is just another guy who jumps off the jumps off the off the screen when you're watching when you're watching games back. And again, you know, I'll take these guys over the the combine darlings think Josh island..

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"With the type of work that Donna did musicals comedy. It should be a nice change of pace. After our last one not that it wasn't a very good and enjoyable and fruitful marathon that was John cavities. And one of the highlights of that marathon was kind of discovering in a way Seymour Casella. Obviously most of us probably discovered if not sooner in Rushmore, the Wes Anderson film as max Fischer's father. But of course, go back to his collaborations with cavities, including being Oscar nominated for his role in nineteen sixty eight's faces he played Chet. And that was the movie that began our marathon. Unfortunately, see Marcus passing away earlier this week at the age of eighty four. What's your favorite Casella performance? One come to mind, Scott faces is a good one. I, you know, it's interesting to be able to catch Casella different points in his career because I'm sure it was a revelation for you to see him, you know, younger really wants in in a much livelier context than maybe people who. Honored him in. What's andersons? I actually made the joke during our faces discussion that I didn't know see Marcus was ever young. I always just imagine him about that age age. We see him in Rushmore. He was also memorable in nineteen seventy six's the killing of Chinese bookie and was also in Cassidy shadows million Moskowitz. And love streams, which unfortunately, we're not part of that marathon. In addition to Rushmore, Wes Anderson also used him in The Royal Tenenbaums and the life aquatic so definitely wanted to mention that passing of ca- cell. And if you haven't had a chance to catch up with some of his previous work, his great work in those Cassidy's films. We definitely encourage it competition. No one else to succeed lucky for eternal sunshine of the spotless. Mind film, spotting badness is not hand to hand. Combat. Also, bowling pins are not on the list of accepted weapons, Daniel Day-Lewis. Of course in Paul Thomas Anderson's, there will be blood blood in eternal sunshine were the final two films. The last two films standing in film, spotting badness best of the two thousands. If you were following along, or at least, we're part of this at the beginning, Scott and saw the sixty four film list. You probably wouldn't have been shocked to find those two films as the last two not at all. Those those are both fine films in most for variety different flavors with those movies for sure. So let's share the road to the finals here. Eternal sunshine beat Gusman elephant picks ours. Finding nemo Sofia Coppola lost in translation, David. Lynch's Mulholland Drive and the number one overall seed eternal sunshine took down the Cohn brothers, no country for old. Men. There will be blood beat Joe Wright's atonement my beloved atonement Omalie, Christopher Nolan's memento Korans children of men and the fellowship of the ring. We got this. Great Email just a day or two ago from William lever. He's in Simsbury Connecticut, by way of San Francisco subject line was Owen g phone spotting. Man is just made me jump up and down and shout inside of Cosco. That's really the effect for every week here on the show. Adam Josh film spotting nation. I always a door film. Spotting madness..

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"They don't listen to the show, why not it'll make it all more fun before we move on. Josh, let's hear one more voicemail this from film, spotting madness founding father, Mike Merigan. Hello, Adam, Josh and Sam this is film spotting madness founding father, Mike Merican calling from Dover New Hampshire for a quick recap of the film spotting madness tournament round one clearly went to animation Pixar good. Well, with finding nemo wall e the incredible all going through only Ratu to lost by a narrow fifty one to forty nine percents, which I can only assume was both a shot at Michael Phillips and Josh Larsen by film spotting nations. Well, done there at in spirited away and the fantastic Mr Fox and indeed. Round one was animations time to shine around to only saw spirited away in Wally advancing. In fact, finding nemo Cup destroyed by eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, which tells me that eternal sunshine could be the dark horse in the store. Nement? If anything has a chance to upset one of our expected final four, it could be eternal sunshine. The Sweet Sixteen is where the tournament gets torturous children of men versus zodiac could fairly be considered a best of the two thousand championship match-up. And yet one of those films will be leaving us in the round. I think that's probably the match up to watch this week sixteen and the winner will likely get to face there will be blood in the elite eight and might be the only thing stopping that film from making it's likely run to the championship. Speaking of championship guys. Where are we with the bracket?.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Without and to me that's Trent Brown it. Again. I'm not putting them on some crazy. He's gonna be in the Pro Bowl for five straight years. But for this team for right now this off season, that's the aggressiveness. They should stand. Take. And I agree with these draft picks, and they do have good spots in this upcoming draft considering what they didn't have a year ago, they need the land multiple contributing players if not multiple starters. At those two positions early in the I totally agree with you. My my dad's always told me anytime, I go to my dad, and I say should I do this. Should I go after radio show? I go after the things I do he said, how old are you? And I have to tell them my AG makes me go through the whole rigmarole. But he says you're still young you're young enough to make mistakes. You have enough time. You have the ability to make mistakes because you can fix them. That's kind of how I feel about the Texans this offseason with the amount of money that they have they have enough money where they can go out and sign a guy. And if it doesn't work perfectly. I mean, whatever they made a mistake, but they have enough room to make mistakes like that. And that's why I feel exactly the same way about Trent Brown. If he if he's an upgrade to your offensive line. That's the perfect perfect risk to take. If he doesn't work out man that sucks, but you had the ability to make that mistake. And that's what I want them to do. And I want them to just stay aggressive. I want them to be aggressive. And if if they're guys that they feel like they can pay that much money to bring in and they're going to actually benefit and help the team. That's I want them to bring. Those guys in and I do want them to have some efficiency. I just don't care how much money they pay them. If they feel like they're the guys that they need to bring in. All right. Coming up next. The rockets are playing the raptors right now. And I wanna talk about not just this game that they're playing in right now. But I have one big question on the Houston Rockets, and you need to hear it next. I definitely want to get Adam Wexler opinion on my big question. I need to hear his answer. Adam Josh coming up next, Houston sports leader, sports radio six ten. Tampa's.

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"adam josh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on KTOK

"My name is Kyle true. They call me the meat eating because I like meat tofu hating 'cause I don't like tofu nutritionist has nutritionist. A it's good to have you every single week right here on super health. You know, I was just taught by the way, this is the segment this is where we have the guys for multiple danika on their the makers of the super absorbable high intensity curcumin, you can feel it's called Oltra her. There's a lot of different products in the ultra Kerr line. They each serve a different purpose. They're all great. I think I've tried all of them. Maybe not the heart one. What is it called ultra? Is it just of cardio? I don't think I've tried that one. I think I've tried every other one of them, and I ate except for the pet when I'm not eating the pet one. Adam Adam tried that one. Well, it's good. It's good. Do what it's what it's yummy. I just I'm sorry guys. Don't I apologize for my? Yes. The the guys are Adam pain. He's the honcho over an ultra Britannica, Josh bell. You is in the studio. He's with ultra botanic. It's made right here in Oklahoma City. It's kinda close to the capital where they're where they're manufacture the product. And it's really really high-tech. Very cool. It's the only curcumin I have ever taken that I actually feel that I actually feel relief with that. I can actually feel working I've taken every curcumin that's on the market guys. But this is the first one that I've ever felt that I love, and I've kind of become an evangelist for it. Because it does so many things most of which we don't talk about on the radio FDA. Thanks, a bunch prescient us not allowing us to talk about him. But I know this Adam Josh walked in. And I was singing it's the most wonderful time of the year. And Josh you're saying it's not for everybody. For a lot of people. It is just kind of that stressful time of the year there's anxiety. There's whoa, there's worry. A lot of people are are missing loved ones who have gone on a head. And it makes them feel a little blue and in the mix with all of that, anxiety and stress and worry pain can really be at its highest point. Am I am I going overboard, Adam? What do you think? Well, you know, I come out of the pharmaceutical industry, and we actually there was a study done in Japan where we were some scientists looked at biomarkers in people that were happy. Biomarkers and people that were stressed. And it turns out that our, you know, these biomarkers what they call biomarkers. These soluble hormones that that circulate that our messengers between cells is the way that cells communicate to each other when they're stressed. They send out what we call it, flat, Matori signals or stress. Breast proteins rest hormones. It's more of as more specific. And then different cells in the body pick up those signals and adapt to those signals and and things change in our body. What they found was that people that were stressed have were much more susceptible to inflammation signals being propagated through the body and people that were happy generally had a more resilient and and bounce back from an inflammatory response much quicker than not happy. People are stressed people in. You say implant planetary response. We're talking about a body's response that ends up being having a lot of downstream effects that are negative everything from heart disease to Alzheimer's to cancer to a litany of things not the least of which is pain. But that's the one that we most identify with with inflammation. That's right. So I mean, if there's any time to kind of buffer ourselves against the shocks and the in the undulations of our own internal environment. You know, the holidays is the perfect time to buffer our bodies with something like curcumin, which has the ability to to bring into homeo- stasis and modulate inflammatory signal in a really healthy way. Josh he talked about bounceback. I know what that's all about. I've been. Cash. There have been so many times in my you. And I had a great conversation yesterday. Lovely one about about stress and things have come into my life that that normally create an awful lot of worry and out of our control most of the roll out for sure. And and I remember talking to Doug Kaufman once and guy Evans, the owner bioactive nutrients, and he and I were taught these guys, and I were talking and they keyed in one time and on me. And they said, you know, you're sick you've been sick. You've been sick a bunch. And yet, you do all these things, right? You're eating ride. Wrecks or sizing. You're supplementing any at your sick. What's the deal with you? And Doug said you're like a lot of people. I know who get so nervous. So stressed out that it prevents you from staying well and there's no bounce back. Yeah. And I think that all of this goes together. And again, we don't say here's curcumin, you know, get your bounce back. Back. Although actually, I kind of like that it does get your bounds back. Anyway, Josh you talk. I you you alluded to something earlier, and we need to. I don't think we can say this enough. You know, I got to interview Brian Frank one time one of our medical board advisor Schlesinger shawl. He's an opinion key opinion leader too key opinion leaders around the world, and I've asked all these different doctors. What is the deal with inflammations connection to all the disease that we suffer mankind worldwide? And it's just been shocking, and I've said to them what percentage of it is tied to the inflammatory response in the body or the healthy inflammatory support versus the the negative. If I can call it that. And it was just it was just staggering to me Brian Franks said ninety one percent and Shalash Casaus Cajal said, Josh. In my opinion, at least ninety nine percent. So all of these these inflammatory markers that Adam is talking about are precursors to those events that now none of us want to have I heard Mike Ditka at a heart attack on the golf course Sunday, you know, looking like he's in great health. These kinds of things are precipitated for years and years and years by unhealthy inflammation in the body, and you mentioned all of our products, but the underlying core technology to all of our products is that all of them include a really healthy dose of the original ultra Kerr or the pro formula that is going to help modulate the body out of that unhealthy forest fire that's raging below the surface into a place where you're actually in the rebuilding the bounceback phase if you will regeneration face for inflammation. I you listen to super health that was Josh bell. You Adam pain is on the phone. I'm Kyle drew the question, then becomes Adam. What's the deal with all the curcumin out there? I you know, everybody who is in. This industry has seen the studies. There are thousands upon thousands of good for you studies as it relates to curcumin, and yet a lot of these curcumin, in fact, all of them that I've tried have have failed me except for Oltra occurred. Why is there so much of a failure rate? Why is it not working for so many people and what's different about ultra ker? Well, I mean, you know, we are the curcumin that you can feel we've we've stopped fighting the battle of being more bioavailable than other humans because that's the battle that everybody else's fighting saying that we're more bioavailable waving their bioavailability flags when in all honesty, we're the first curcumin that's sampling people because we know that if you try our product you're going to feel the difference, right? And with the other products out there. They they can say we have great bioavailability. They're measuring her human in the blood, but people aren't feeling a difference. It's results. It's results. Well, and we just talked about, you know, again that you measure it in the blood, Dr Brian Franken, I just had a conversation about how there's a difference between certain things that show up in the blood versus does he get to the intended target over says to cell receptors where it actually has an impact. And he was talking about how integrative medicine makes it a point whenever you're testing people that were not just looking for example at hormones in the blood, but also at the cellular level, and that's what we keep coming back to this in integrative medicine. And that's why you guys at ultra Britannica have a different kind of product. It's something that goes beyond just well, it shows up in the blood and yet, I still don't feel anything. This is a product. That even with a sample size. Do you have enough confidence that people are going to feel the difference that even with that was a three day supply just right to capsules twice a day for three days, and they can pick these three day trials up at multiple locations around Oklahoma City, if they truly want to see how they feel using ultra ker. So I gotta give love to to the guys over domain ehealth. Their sponsor of this show there on north west twenty third and council, EV joy, and Julie they have the ultra botanic products, including the samples and the pro as well because nurseries a nurse. And so they they're one of the few places that have the pro that's right version where else can people get it. While you've got Dr Rothwell just around the corner from omega. I had really liked him a lot. I've I've only gotten to know him this year after knowing about him for years and years what a great guy going to grab him and Tanya to get on the show with us sometime you've got Meridian nutritionally Phillips. Over at fourteenth and Meridian you've got flourish pharmacy. You've got Dr Castel Santana, more medical. You've got brought Dr Brian Frank re-genesis health and Edmund you've got Haley's herbs and Edmund you've got David innovative pharmacy. And then you go down to Norman to Dodson's to Dr Patrick Ellis, south side of Oklahoma City Greenacres. You've got Taylor's herbs you've got medic pharmacy. And almost all of these places will be delighted to give you a three day trial. We keep them supplied. And they say they give those away and people come back within three days and bipolar product. It's amazing. You know what I love about? This is that most shows on radio and TV they they have their one sponsor and everybody else, supposedly sucks. And and so I've got my doctor Brian Frank is my practitioner sponsor, I've got omega health as my where to go for your favorite supplements sponsor, and and yet both of these folks are so appreciative of. Everybody out in this industry. I love I love this city. Kyle. And I love the relationships. I've forged with these integrative health practitioners all of these people genuinely care, they're not in it for a buck. They genuinely care about your health. Very interesting. It's very interesting because a lot of shows don't allow their hosts to to say anything good about anybody else except themselves and these are my favorites. And I love all of these other places that we mentioned on the show, but I will tell you this. I like one and only one curcumin, I'm not saying because Joshua's here, I I'm prepared to say something. That way. If I thank you. If I ever felt differently. I guarantee you Josh. And Adam would let me tell you differently. But I've tried them. All and exactly one works. It is ultra ker get it at any of these fine locations. Adam thank you so much. We'll see you next week. Okay..

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"This week show is supported by film, spotting listeners, like a new donor Liam who is from Perth Australia. He's also a new listener I found your star is born episode last month, and I've been hooked ever since. Thank you, Adam Josh and the production team that make the Shogo this won't be. My last donation was at my singing of shallow or on my talking about how hot Bradley Cooper is singing have to say, I'm sure we also got a gold level donation from e Kim lock in Portland. Thank you to everyone who supports the show. Queen you giving me a palace monstrous extravagant, MRs Mony, we are wall we one which is not a must continue. I did not know that Libya Coleman and Rachel vice in the trailer for the favourite Emma stone also in that period, black comedy from director Yorgos lengthy, most his movies. Josh they used to only exist as rumor here on the show. Sometimes we thought they were coming out, and they would come out two years later in this case, we are getting our second Lanos film and his many years killing of a sacred deer came molester. I still haven't seen it yet. And that one I was kind of mixed on. But the lobster on my top ten that year dogs with youth. We both love and Oldham rig winner hero. We're big fans. Can't wait to see this one. Yeah. Really excited about the favourite. It opens in limited release this weekend, including here in Chicago. A next week show. We are planning to have a review of the favourite along with a review of the new vox Lux with Natalie Portman as an eccentric pop singer that one is scheduled to open next weekend in limited release. Yes. The mad rush to see everything is upon us. We are at the end of Nova. Member and really were just a couple of weeks away from recording our top ten films of twenty eighteen show. And the dread has said in we really shouldn't even be here. We should just be home watching movies. We do that would everyone. Forgive us. If we just took like three weeks off and watch movies. Instead, maybe we should try to get away with it. We did share this news on social media. Not only are we preparing for that big top ten films of two thousand eighteen to part show, but we are prepping for films spotting twenty eighteen wrap party live after a year off we are back with our rat party. It is our first live show since January twenty seventeen where we.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"I don't you think that that downgrades them as a whole. I do I Rams. But here's the thing the way they're set up. I mean, this is actually a good week for them to be missing. Boy, I think because you'll put Ramsey on Sean, Jeffrey, you'll Ronnie Harrison a third safety in the slot. And then a major question, Mark and undrafted rookie most likely on the other side. But that's sorta Matthew so they don't use any way too often. So if you're going to be missing boy this week, it might as well be this by the way is not finished a week better than eighth this season as well. He's on his fifth six game now. So I think there's plenty of reasons here to mention all right? So you just mentioned alshon Jeffery likely drawing that Jalen Ramsey shadow. You're benching Carson Wentz, you Benji alshon to. Yes. Again Jags view fantasy points a wide receivers. I at least I would think about it. I've downgraded Jeffrey pretty significantly ten teamers if you can get him on your bench. Yes. I do have a lot of exp. Oser Jeffrey because he was like, so cheap and auctions and drafts. So good. He's been good. Yes. He's good. So I do think he drives the Ramsey shadow. And I think once will probably stay away from that as much as he possibly can. So if you can find a way to bench and this week, I would try to do that. All right moving on to the backfield of Philadelphia because I agree with your point there. Mike, and I'm going to subsequently removed not remove what I'm going to remove Jeffrey from my top twenty move maybe closer to a flex play consideration. But for this eagles backfield we have a bit of clarity because Darren sproles is not playing. But Corrie comment when Dell small would is there a delineation point here for you. Mike, can you decide one over the other? And if so how much confidence do you have in that player? Well, I'm just gonna look at the two games a two-game sample now without JJ in the lineup here in this nap difference here seventy five to fifty in favor of small what if you ask routes forty two twenty five in favor of Smallwood carries twenty seven to nineteen and targets are about even at actually Clemente's went up five to four. So the usage is pretty clear to me. It's small what is the one right now commit is one. And you're. Also seeing Adam Josh Adams mixed any at four carries eight snaps in this past game. So pretty much a two headed attack a little Adams mixed in. But Smallwood is clearly getting more run. I give him the edges of flex option. Clement I feel shakier about if you have to fire him feel the same way right there. And it's reflected in our ranking. None of us have Smallwood higher than thirty. Sorry. Twenty eighth. None of us have Clemente higher than thirty fifth reflected in what Mike just said there, but we get a confusing situation in this regard Carlos Hyde TJ Yeldan both likely to play this Sunday. So again, I think the question becomes how do we have any level of confidence? And starting Carlos Hyde understanding he's been there for one week not knowing specific whatever road is going to play. Yeah. I mean, it's definitely a little Turkey. And you're I I've yelled in ahead of height for sure I've yelled in this kind of a back in Rb two and hide more of a a flex option. Because I do think they brought him in for you. Don't trade for a guy just to be backup guy like Carlos height for fifth round pick. He's going to handle that early down. Load most likely so I could easily see him getting fifteen carries. The problem is eagles are pretty good against running backs ninth-best far heights not gonna do much as receiver. You know? He might get three targets Yellen is a fifteen percent targeted this season hill sustain that role. So that's why I'm kind of laying it out definitely concerns about hide seal. You're kind of counting on a touchdown, right? If you fire him. Yeah. We're both. We all of the same way here. None of us have today. Yeldan ranked higher than twentieth or lower than twenty third. None of us have Carlos Hyde ranked twenty higher than twenty-seventh lower than twenty nine..

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"adam josh" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"And it's a it's a veteran organization that has young guys and some veterans and they can bring him in. And maybe like that championship attitude. Like, it's twofold that championship attitude can help rein him in the personality that he has and he can be productive on the field for them. But also they get to bring in a guy that can be productive for them on the field and help them actually win games this season and the shrinks strengthens their running back position. Because I don't know how feel like how good you feel about having Smallwood as like one of your primary. I've never had that problem. What about Josh shadows? Oh my gosh. Adam Josh Adams rush for fourteen hundred yards last year for Notre Dame. He should have stayed in college. But he goes on drafted. He's on that team. He's only had seven carries this year. I don't mind Josh Adams as a player. But if I'm a team that has aspirated have going back to back winning another Super Bowl championship. I kick the tires on the Sean McCoy hard for me to trust an undrafted. Aren't you nervous though, about like, we don't really know? What's going on legally with Shawn McCoy? Yeah. But there's not a whole lot of risk there. If you're the eagles because it's a contract that this is affordable in the sense that their way under the salary cap. And then you're probably not going to have to give up a whole lot to get Leshan McCoy like I'm not going to give up a first round for a year Leshan McCoy, maybe not even a second. But if Buffalo's willing to do like, a third and a fourth for McCoy that's not so much of a risk, and you have a potential huge reward. How Michael like fifth? Okay. That's what is what was Josh Gordon traded for Josh, Gordon. Well, that was a weird deal. Josh Gordon was a conditional fifth. Right. I I'm not sure Leshan McCoy should be that different with the off field. This is that he's having right now that we don't know a lot about the performance the injury history. I'm not sure going into his last year of his contract or is last year's contract. He's worth more than a fifth or sixth round draft pick. That's fair. If I'm the eagles. I'm that banged up at running back. I would consider a third or fourth. I would I would do a fourth at third might be too high for me but a fourth round pick. I feel like is is perfectly in the middle of what of the value that you could get from him. And it's not giving up too much because he has all those problems. So I could see I lean more towards Joe side of if I had my way a fifth or sixth round pick makes more sense for him. But if they if they say, we want warm, I'm not going to sit there, and I'm not gonna die on that hill of Ono. It has to be v. I would take his talent. And what he could provide for me on the football field for a fourth. Let's not forget that he had over fifteen hundred yards from scrimmage last year. Because one of the best running backs in the league last season that was on a playoff team. And if he's all of a sudden infused into the Philadelphia eagle offense, which is a very good offense. They have really good weapons except for running back. I mean, he could be the he could it's good for both sides. It's good for the eagles. Because now you had a huge weapon in the backfield. When you have Jeffrey, that's back urges. Look good Aguilar. Seems like he's taking the next step winces. Back from the injury. And then it's good for McCoy. Because he's out of the you know, what in buffalo, and he's going into a really good offense, and it to be a chance to revitalize his career this year this year. It's been a bad start. Last year was pretty good was a pro bowler. So to me, it makes sense for both sides. And I I'm actually rooting for it to get done. I wanna see I wanna see that happening. Maybe before Sunday two years ago. He had over sixteen hundred yards from scrimmage to backtrack years of of really productive football. So that's why I would love to see this happen for the eagles are the Houston. Texans going to get to Shawn Watson killed by the end of the year that comes up next. It's the bull. Rush on sports radio sixty. To.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

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"adam josh" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"Thank you guys views are in and it was a hair it was so much much and thank you everybody on the facebook fan page for leaving me beautiful birthday message we love you we love you you're part of the family forever thank you so much for spending part of your special day with us all my gosh thank you if you have a birthday we should have a party tricia i was in the big brother house so she gives me death look she goes it's really nice throwing a birthday party acsi because we didn't do any bertha today happy how nationalist assistance day it is for something really thanks everybody have a happy birthday and ross thank you follow him alone he's at faxing malone's instagram or naval air and twitter cj is that cj life that c j a y l y f e mark is jay rod is adam josh underscore rodriguez underscore i'm hella saying the podcast is hello ross bod moods find us on facebook at facebook dot com slash straight talk with ross also make sure you check out straight talk with ross we're also on cameo special message from us go to cameo dot com slash s t w r or if you wanna special win from just me go to book cameo dot com slash hello ross.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Hello adam josh sam and film spotting nation this is mike american founding father of films spotting madness congratulations to all of us for surviving another madness tournament from the lunacy of the big lebowski versus groundhog day to the matrix is surprise run to the elite eight ahead of films like trainspotting and unforgiving to that time adam betrayed his heart and turned his back on richard link later and yes joshua's annual last place finish we've had a little bit of everything this tournament now technically i one and yes technically it was because i alone had the courage to go with the underdog rather than the nineties goliath but i don't want you guys to see yourselves as the losers here instead i'd like you to imagine yourselves as norm garson sitting in bed celebrating that your mallard got the three cents stamp sure people don't much use the three cents but oh for pete's sake of course they do every time they raise the garden postage people need the little stamps enjoy your little stamps guys to everybody out there and films spotting nation and all of you sincerely thank you for another fantastic tournament i hope everybody had as much fun as i did and i'm wondering if it's too early to get a start on next year's brackets i think i have a problem by our thanks to everyone who participated of course our thanks to mike merigan and our congrats to him on winning this year's tournament to answer mike's question yes there is film spotting madness twenty nineteen already in the works we are jumping ahead another decade it's the best of the two thousands meaning two thousand to two thousand nine not only is it in the works but salmon i've already sketched out the shortlist of movies we've got eighty three movies in contention for those sixty four slots no just there will be good well we're done you can skip.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Ask for the last nine years larry says it continues to be my favorite and it keeps getting better thanks adam josh for keeping me entertained and engaged for so many years will thank you larry now finally we have a new ten dollar a month donor that makes him a goal level donor and you've heard this name a little bit here recently on the show i think we should actually be paying him for his contributions at this point to the show especially the top five jeff milo in ferndale michigan and you know this is going to get a little bit gratuitous jeff is very kind in very a few sieve in his praise of the show but he's got a plea for our listeners josh and who were we to not share this plea with our audience and and who are we to not pat ourselves a little bit on our own backs thanks to my finally nearing the pay off of my student loans i've got some more funds to foist your way in tribute to my favorite podcast what you too are able to do was remarkable because on any given week 95 percent of your audience hasn't yet seen the film you're about to discuss and so it's a bit precarious for some who'd like to get into a movie without getting too much to them and yet every time you're able to meticulously navigate your way around not spoiling anything not giving away too much of the plot and never yet at least really ruining the preceding viewing experience for the listener who's on their way to the art house or the cineplex that weekend it's just pure compelling discussion that illuminates more than it to sex and stam fun to listen to take this as a complement but i don't think of you to as critics your professional critics yes but i think what you do with film spotting defies misconceptions of what that ugly sounding word can bring such as the snobby stigma carries there's a care in how you craft your conversations because it's evident how much you care about fell i can't detect any elitist nabi criticism going out here even if it's a bad movie you're discussing it feels like you're still celebrating cinema at the end of the.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"The images are up for debate they're up for discussion but those ink plots are also black and white which is exactly how he sees the world and i did watch a little feature red on youtube about the mask and how they did it and this is the case where the designers were realizing that they probably needed to come up with some set patterns to define certain emotions a certain expressions and that of course it occurred to them that we've got the graphic novel riot area to go back in uses a reference and they did really hone in on those details and apply them to the roar shack we see onscreen we have another voice mail here this time from film spotting listener elijah hey adam josh lewsey lighter and ethnic california a actually do had a favorite tripura kok them uh it it held boy the the way that gary modell toro uh adapted the mike mick knoller held boy uh what where the screen of iran permanent go hell boy in the comic is a uh he's a kind of a scrawny or character uh then been round pearly at that a uh yet clothing feet um eta ended up merck boots like in the movie throw at del toro dead uh to give rump roman who was a large person large hawking na uh had more than hunchback there who gave the coat it how would coat with the popped up caller to kinda mimic the hunchback to have what happened to it and then of course uh it would be a car uh prohibitive two a c d i n ed cloven hooves bourada bremen uh throughout the movie feel like you the boot instead and a you know a del toro tell boy is not the same as the comic hell boy um he is in his own personality that a lot of finger the comment cowboy would not do um but i feel like that uh del toro costuming of the character uh kind of highest more into the kind of.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Filmspotting

"In the comic books that is brought up it's not lost on people that they look very similar in fact i don't think it's lost on the two superheroes that they look alike and peter parker and wade wilson have a little bit of a rivalry but they couldn't be more different as people under their suits and yet they share a look and they share that same kind of similar hyper talkative approach they rely heavily on humor the dead pool costume i believe was designed by angus strathdee and russ schinkel and it's cool josh that's all i can say about dead pools outfit it is cool i do like that one in it's almost yeah the spider in connection it it's like 'spiderman's costume grew up got a little curdled little bitter little cynical right and that's how the character is and that's what it looks like two so before we get to our number four picks we do have a guess voicemail here one of the people i thought of right away who needed to help us out with this list is chris clinic he's been a long time contributor to the show been a guest in a guest voice mail or over the years and he someone who i've pointed out multiple times looks like clark kent he has a little superman in him and while it's really not a surprise where he went for his number one low adam josh and sam at your body chris clinic checking in from washington dc you know the third act of zach snyder's man of steel is so awful that people forget about the twothirds of the movie that i think are really good in the plus column for that movie is alex mcdowell's production design and particularly james acres and michael wilkinson's costume design i think the way that they imagined the advance crypt tony in technology is sort of a geiger esque tech that's that's been grown somehow is a kind of ties into the donner 78 superman which showed a survey crystal basic acknowledgee but updates it in that is best expressed in superman's costume which is sort of a like a scaly sort of chainmail type advanced looking material it has the design elements of the classic superman costume but still looks like some alien technology influenced the design i particularly like the idea that.

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"adam josh" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

Programming Throwdown

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"adam josh" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

"Sixty bard mobile kkob on regular way time for our interview we're here with josh in adam josh weren't you go ahead introduce resolve and tell us a little bit about what could be donnas sure yeah my name is josh lieberman i'm the president one of the founders of a company called came s technology were a seven hundred person a consulting firm and uh as part of our consulting firm will use that as a platform to identify market needs with our clients in and spin out software product companies a kkob time is one of those companies and it's a complete mobile device cloud platform that enables developers assembies and enterprises to really optimized or mobile testing and giving them access to and management up both devices they own internally as well as a uh a mobile device cloud platform that we have as well a one of the keys for everybody in the audience here here's we focused on making kkob thanh affordable such that you know whether you're in indy developer building an app or a large fortune 500 company you can optimize the use of any devices that you own internally and at the same time where you need to flex and try out different devices outside of those that you own have access to our lab as well awesome and then we also have adam adam are you tell us about yourself hey guys name's adam satterfield currently the vp of testing it came as technology i'm also a testing of angeles consultant for kebich on.

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