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"admiral nelson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Actual place where this had happened. I was aware then and through this process that it's not as he describes it. It's very kind of mixed emotion that he has when he wants a foam engaged with the phone because of course, he celebrates the optimism and the hope and how things turned out for him and and his community in many ways. But also, it does take him back to this very very challenging part of his of his life. This is a bilingual film. There's dialogue in English. And also in the local language, I believe, it's culture Chihuahua. Is that right? Yes. To which you didn't speak before you. Working on this. Speak a lot of it in the movie. Yeah. Tell me about that. Well, that again was the decision, you know, one side made certain decisions about, you know, shooting in Malawi and trying to create this text judo Centric experience for an audience seemed kind of natural extension that we would try and do a lot of the film in into you know, certainly the moments where it was inconceivable that people would be speaking English. So in the in the village in the kind of family dynamics, and sort of introduce the language in that way, got that you could tell us jets. Angela. And it just involve a lot of learning of to show spending a bit of time. And so as a screenwriter were you writing a screenplay in English, and then handing it off to a translator who translated it into Chichewa. And then learning the lines of that translator had written. That's exactly what exactly the process. Yeah. I'm just thinking like directing your first feature film is a real challenge to direct right and star in it is exponentially more difficult. And by the way, let's also do it in a language that you don't speak. Well, somebody did say once Admiral Nelson, the boldest moves is the safest. Somehow I feel like one decisions that have led into the next sort of naturally. So making that decision to to try and create an authentic experience, then opened up these other avenues where I then felt well in that case, I guess this needs to happen. And in that case that needs to happen. And then it snowballs in that way. But was there ever a moment that you thought? Oh my God. What have I done? Yeah. But I think that's when you really start to look at the people that you collaborating with and so you'll really looking at all those people in the way that you look at us. Stewart or Stuart S on a plane through tabula. If they're okay, you're okay. This film is incredibly specific and realistic and naturalistic with one exception, which is this kind of threat of surrealism where.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on KCRW
"The actual place where this had happened. I was aware then and through this process that it's not as he describes it. It's very kind of mixed emotion that he has when he watches a foam when he engages with the phone because of course, he celebrates will the optimism and the hope and how things turned out for him and and his community in many ways. But also, it does take him back to this very very challenging of his of his life. This is a bilingual film. There's dialogue in English. And also in the local language, I believe, it's culture Chihuahua. Is that right? Yes. To show which you didn't speak before you. Working on this. You speak a lot of it in the movie. Yeah. Tell me about that. Well, that again was the decision, you know, one side made certain decisions about, you know, shooting in Malawi and trying to create this texted authentic experience for an audience. It seemed been the kind of natural extension that we would try and do a lot of the film in the InterToto. You know, certainly the moments where it was inconceivable that people would be speaking English. So in the in the village, and the kind of family dynamics, and sort of introduce the language in that way. You can tell engineer chart chats. Angela. And it just involve a lot of learning of two TOA, and you know, spending a bit of time painful, and so as a screenwriter were you writing a screenplay in English, and then handing it off to a translator who translated it into Taiwa. And then learning the lines of that translator had written. That's exactly what. Exactly the process. Yeah. Directing your first feature film is a real challenge to direct right and star in it is exponentially more difficult. And by the way, let's also do it in a language that you don't speak. Yeah. Well, somebody did say, here's Admiral Nelson. The boldest moves of the safest. Somehow I feel like one decisions sort have led into the next set of naturally. So making that decision to to try and create an authentic experience, then opened up these other avenues where I know felt well in that case, I guess this needs to happen. And in that case that needs to happen. And then it snowballs in that way, but ten with there ever a moment that you thought oh my God. What have I done? But I think that's when you really start to look at the people the u collaborating with and you know, so you'll really looking at all those people in the way that you look at us. Stewart or Stuart S on a plane through tabula that if they are. Okay. You're okay. This film is incredibly specific and realistic and naturalistic with one exception, which is this kind of threat of surrealism.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Hello. How are we today? Great, man. What are you starting on today? There. Was this weird story? I saw the picture today. I saw some of the video of an elephant an elephant pachyderm escaped from some sort of a place where pachyderms go get one of those reserves, those force reserves or whatever they're called. And this thing is wandering around seventy miles north of New York City. Whole guy calls the cops. Hey, I saw an elephant. Okay. Yes. Sure. You did. Just dial it back there. No, really seriously elephant. And there's a damn thing is walking around turns out, it was Horton hears. A democrat trying to steal an election. That's all it was. All right. The Wall Street Journal is saying today, the Hillary Clinton is going to run again for president. They say it's a done deal. Oh, this is a former pollster writing pieces Wall Street Journal that had people melting down yesterday. You said Mrs Clinton will easily capture the twenty twenty nomination easily. When I win the lotto championship. That's when Hillary Clinton will become president United States. I just love solving problems. I know you do I know you do all right up. Wait a second. What what how is that going to be for your heart health, Hillary a couple of heart attacks during the last election cycle start Ringer's, lactate and transport immediately? I think I'm going to need. I'm going to have to come in here. We'll meet in a hospital bed because I swear at my I can't take it. If that happens again, I can't take. There are Republicans are like that's awesome, run run run run. Another just like I can't take the hear it again. Guys. Let me just let me just ask you this question. Then would you rather here for this? I mean, the presidential election. Of course, it's going gonna it's going to start in January, basically, it's already kind of started unofficially. But that whole thing is going to start who would you rather here for the better part of the next two years, Hillary Clinton or Corey tears of rage Booker? Wow. I would pick Hillary time death in option as far as who do I have to here in debates who I have to hear on the campaign trail. It would definitely be Hillary over this guy. I had tears of rage. When I heard about this experience. I could not do Spartacus. Okay. Here's the deal though, that guy is going to be out quick. Yeah. Probably. You get him in the primary. I mean, I can hardly take Hillary. Okay. But in that forum in a primary. She'll twist some of these people in knots. She will I mean, think of how she'll destroy Cory Booker verbally. That's not even a fair fight. Using off base with that. No, I don't I mean, listen from for the sake of this show. Nothing could be better than Hillary Clinton running for president again, nothing, but you know, who will end up beating her it'll be Biden. Boy, all the fresh faces in the Democratic Party. You hear these fresh faces without a script you see. What happens? Yeah. I mean, dude. And I know you could say, well, what about Trump Trump is a once in a lifetime. You can't compare to that. Okay. How about Beto? Once people see what Beddoes really about and what he believes those mainstream Democrats they will run from that guy. It seems great until you really read what he's about good-looking got a good haircut. Is that all it takes, you know? Yeah. Crazier things have happened. Okay. Ted Cruz in Texas. Pabst says Miller Coors is trying to pull out of business with them, and it will kill them. If that happens who knew Miller Coors Brewing, Pabst show of hands. I didn't. All I know is over the years. A lot of the beer companies have kind of bought each other. So I knew Coors and Miller were together. I didn't know paps was part of that. Well, according to Miller Coors, they're going to charge start charging paps more per barrel. Therefore, making it impossible for PBR to continue to do business in the way, they do it. Now, imagine suing a company demanding they continue to do business with you. This is a new one, isn't it? And this is the way it's always a case, by the way for Brett Cavanaugh too. Wouldn't you say this? This is a case for him. Just because we drank beer, beer, still like beer, all that stuff. Yeah. So the seniors were legal school legal to drink. Yeah. We drank beer, right? Sometimes probably had too many beers. And sometimes other people had too many beers. Yeah. Yeah. I know fantastic. Okay. I want to ask the millennials among us. All right about past. What does paps mean to you? Now's a hipster. We do like growing up. There was the guys who drank paps like a working man's brew. Yes. You laughing Craig. Incredible beer, I've had a bunch of paths, but I used to live in Chicago. So I'm not really sure that that's a fair. I don't know why it was so popular there, but it was widely popular it was a hipster thing. No. It was not just a hipster thing. We had parties that weren't hipster part. Pats was everywhere and everybody loves paps because that came back at at what time early two thousand probably and it was the cheap by far the cheapest beer on any menu. Okay. That was part of it old style. Cheaper and came in a bigger Cam. Okay. Because there were some guys like if it was like southern rock guys Pabst never went out of style. You know what I mean? But then it came back in for hipsters at one point in time. But is that now Wayne urgent still up there? Yeah. I don't know. I think there are still people who enjoy the Pabst blue ribbon. I I don't have any problem with it. I will say there are cheaper options though, I have incredibly fond memories of paps. Remember all of the evenings that perhaps great you can go with the with the what is it called? Oh, the steel reserve. What is that? Oh, buddy. Have you ever had still reserve? I don't think so am I the only one who's had steel reserve? I think seem to think this is a good thing years and years, they haven't drank. That's when there's when you wanna get abusively drunk for under five dollars. That's what you you get that. Mark good, Mark lane. I am sure. Had a couple of Mickey's big mouth. So. Yeah. When you really want to get drunk cheap, though, you go off brand liquor. You don't go off brand beer you go Admiral Nelson's. That's when you really want to get hammered for chief. You're telling me and Robbins this. We're still looking like ship look at you like amateurs, please. Have you guys had Admiral Nelson's off kilter when he stands in a bottle. It's not captain Morgan's. He's his legs like a little wobbly. It's a beautiful beautiful drink to Admiral Nelson's general Nelson. Actually that. I don't miss any of it. Now. I don't know. I don't miss any of it. Okay. Next. Take Victoria secret you guys touched on this earlier today. But in case, you weren't here. The Victoria secret their boss is now apologizing for his insensitive comments about trans people. There was a big kerfuffle that happened because Victoria's Secret models were only heterosexual females. That were remodeling things. How about the transsexuals how come they don't get the model, but he didn't say anything offensive about transsexuals? He said, hey, man, it's a fantasy thing. And this is yes, we're filling the void. Right. Well, apparently, he's buckled a little bit. Starting next year. There will be victor's secret, which will include just a mess, dude. Okay. Next. Los Angeles Rams called a Haileybury before snapping the ball. The actress has responded she thought it was kind of funny. She said, they just say Haileybury. You're like. Yep. She did they say Haley or Halle Halle. Maybe I don't know. What did they say? I heard it. I thought I said Haley, but maybe was are you they can hail Mary and Halle Berry and mixing them together to make a Haileybury. Well, a hail Mary is not quite as hot as a Halle Berry is it taking some of that Admiral Nelson's. Yes. I mean. Manning had Omaha back in the day. They said just don't audible a Halle Berry when you're with your wife. We don't know what the play means. And what was it? The the eagles last night had chocolate. There's like more chocolate. I think is something like that. Oh, that's gotta be sensitive. Yeah. It kind kinda weird. People are on strict regimented diets, you know, also for Scott takes I wanna let you know. I don't know if you've ever heard this story before I know you've heard a lot of the Michael Jordan stories you spend some time with him. I did Alan Iverson says Michael Jordan called him a little b word when they met. He looked he idolized Michael Jordan growing up I encounter in the pros, though said yeah. Jordan called him. A little b word. Jordan was already four championships deep at that point had four MVP's Iverson was a rookie out of Georgetown was so happy to meet him and Jordan just brushed aside. But they say he got his revenge in the end remember that famous crossover where he made your look silly. I don't know if that makes up for calling the him the little b word or not George. No, isn't it? Yes. I mean to get inside your head immediately quickly, those it was much more brutal at that tower was terrible. Yeah. It's not even I mean now, it's not even close. No. They're all more friendly. Yeah. They are they used to be. All right. Scott, robin. Scott takes do every day.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Has seen elephant. And there's a damn thing is walking around turns out, it was Horton hears. A democrat trying to steal an election. All right. The Wall Street Journal is saying today, the Hillary Clinton is going to run again for president. They say it's a done deal. Oh, this is a former pollster right writing piecemeal Street Journal that had people melting down yesterday. You said Mrs Clinton will easily capture the twenty twenty nomination easily. I win the lotto championship. That's when Hillary Clinton will become president United States. Yeah. I just love solving problem. I know you do I know you do. All right. Wait a second. What what how is that going to be for your heart health, Hillary if you're a couple of heart attacks cash during the last election cycle, start Ringer's, lactate and transport immediately. I think I'm going need it. I'm going to have to come into here. We'll meet in a hospital bed because I swear I can't take it. If that happens again, I can't take it. Because there are Republicans are like that's awesome, run run run run. Another just like, I can't take the here it again lighten up guys. Let me just let me just ask you this question. Then would you rather here for because this I mean, the presidential election? Of course, it's gonna it's gonna start in January, basically, it's already kind of started unofficially. But that whole thing is going to start who would you rather here for the better part of the next two years, Hillary Clinton or Corey tears of rage Booker? Wow. I would pick Hillary every time death in option as far as who do I have to here in debates who do I have two year on the campaign trail? It would definitely be Hillary over this guy. I had tears of rage. When I heard about this experience. I could not do Spartacus. Okay. Here's the deal though. That guy's gonna be out quick. Yeah. Probably. You get him in the primary. I mean. I can hardly take Hillary. Okay. But in that forum in a primary. She'll twist some of these people in knots. She will I mean, think of how she'll destroy Cory Booker verbally. That's not even a fair fight. You think off base with that? No, I don't I mean, listen from for the sake of this show. Nothing could be better than Hillary Clinton running for president again, nothing, but you know, who will end up beating her it'll be Biden. Boy, all the fresh faces in the Democratic Party. You hear these fresh faces without a script you see. What happens? Yeah. I mean, dude. And I know you could say, well, what about Trump Trump is a once in a lifetime or you can't compare to that. Okay. How about Beto? Once people see what does really about and what he believes those mainstream Democrats they will run from that guy. It seems great until you really read what he's about. And good-looking got a good haircut. Is that all it takes, you know, crazier things have happened. Okay. Ted Cruz in Texas. All right, Pabst, says Miller Coors is trying to pull out of business with them, and it will kill them. If that happens who knew Miller Coors Brewing, Pabst show of hands. I didn't know is over the years. A lot of the beer companies have kind of bought each other. So I knew Coors and Miller were together. I didn't know paps was part of that. Well, according to Miller Coors, they're going to start charging paps more per barrel. Therefore, making it impossible for PBR to continue to do business in the way, they do it. Now, imagine doing a company demanding may continue to do business with you. This is a new one, isn't it? And this way. By the way for Brett Cavanaugh too. I wouldn't you say that this? This is a case for him. Just because we drank beer, beer, still like fear all that stuff. Yeah. So the seniors were legal nice school legal to drink beer. Right. Sometimes probably had too many beers. And sometimes other people had too many beers. Yeah. No. Fantastic. Okay. I want to ask the millennials among us. All right about past. What does patch mean to you? Now. Hipster. I knew like growing up there. The guys that Drake Pabst, like a working man's broke. Right. Yes. Why are you laughing Craig patches incredible beer, I've had a bunch of paths, but I used to live in Chicago. So I'm not really sure that that's a fair. I don't know why it was so popular there, but it was widely popular it was a hipster thing. No. It was not just the hipster thing. We had it at parties that weren't hipster pants with everywhere and everybody loves pats because that came back at what time flagrantly two thousand probably and it was the cheat by far the cheapest beer on any menu over that was part of it old style. Notes maps was always cheaper and came in a bigger Cam. Okay. Because there were some guys like if it was like southern rock guys Pabst never went out of style. You know what I mean? But then it came back in for hipsters at one point in time. But is that now Wayne urging still up there? I don't know. I think there are still people who enjoy the Pabst blue ribbon. I I don't have any problem with it. I will say there are cheaper options though. I haven't incredibly fond memories of Papp's. I don't remember all of the evenings. Great. You can go with the with the what is it called L D steel reserve? What is that Frau, buddy? Have you ever had steel reserve? I don't think so am I the only one who's had skill reserve. I think seem to think this is a good thing years and years haven't drank. That's when those when you wanna to get abusively drunk for five dollars. That's what you you get that Mark lane. Good Mark lane. I am sure. Had a couple of Mickey's big mouth. So. What do you really want to get drunk cheap? Though, you go off brand liquor. You don't go off brand beer. You go Admiral Nelson's. That's when you really want to get hammered for chief making me start. You're telling me and Robbins this. We're still looking like shit at you like amateurs, please. Have you guys had Admiral Nelson's off kilter when he stands on the bottle. It's not captain Morgan's. He's his legs like a little wobbly. It's beautiful beautiful drink to Admiral Nelson's in a general Nelson. Actually that. I don't miss any of it. Now. I don't know. I don't miss any other. Okay, next. Victoria's Secret you guys touched on this earlier today. But in case, you weren't here. The Victoria's Secret their boss is now apologizing for his insensitive comments about trans people. There was a big kerfuffle that happened because Victoria's Secret models were only heterosexual females. That were modeling things. And how about the transsexuals how come they don't get the model, but he didn't say anything offensive about transsexuals? He just said, hey, man, it's a fantasy thing. And this is the fantasy. Yes, we're filling the void. Right. Well, apparently, he's buckled a little bit. Starting next year. There will be victor's secret, which will include just a mess. Okay. Next. Los Angeles Rams called a Haileybury before snapping the ball. The actress has responded she thought it was kind of funny. She said, they just say Haileybury. They're like. Yep. See did they say Haley or Halle Halle? Maybe I don't know. What did they say? I heard it. I thought I said Haley, but maybe Halley are you can hail Mary in Halle Berry and mixing them together to make a Haileybury. Well, a hail Mary is not quite as hot as a Halle Berry is it is taking some of that Admiral Nelson's. Yes. Yes. I mean. Manny had Omaha back in the day. They said just don't audible Halle Berry when you're with your wife. We don't know. Even what the play means. And what was it? The the eagles last night had chocolate chocolate. I think there's something like that. Oh, that's got to be sensitive. Yeah. It was kind of weird. People are on strict regimented diets, you know, also for Scott takes I wanna to let you know. I don't know if you've ever heard this story before I know you've heard a lot of the Michael Jordan stories you spent some time with him. I did Alan Iverson says Michael Jordan called him a little b word when they met. He looked he idolized Michael Jordan growing up I encounter in the pros, though said yeah. Jordan called him. A little b word. Jordan was already four championships deep that point at four MVP's Iverson was a rookie out of Georgetown was so happy to meet him and Jordan just brushed aside. But they say he got his revenge in the end remember that famous crossover where you made your look silly. I don't know if that makes up for calling him the little b word or not George. No, isn't it? Yes. I mean to get inside your head immediately quickly. Those guys it was much more brutal. At that time was terrible. Yeah. It's not even I mean now, it's not even close now. They're all more friendly. Yeah. They are. They used to be. All right. Scott, robin. Scott takes dude every day at this time. Thanks gotti. Thank.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Barb. Here comes rob in Michigan. Good morning Morgan Frank. What's happening? I'm doing well. Thank you got a stupid one for you at the flying sub from voyage to the bottom of the c o you. Now, you see I was three from that show. So can you give the other two? No. How did they launch from what vehicle did they launched the flying sub? Oh, the Seaview the submarine. It's all right. Right now the first couple of seasons before the flying sub. There was another vehicle that would leave the viewing. Petr around. That I don't remember Morgan. The mini sub. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So the Seaview the flying in the mini sub captain crane got to fly though. The flying sub nobody else wrong. Yeah. You're right. Yeah. He's the only one that. Yeah. No app. Admiral Nelson flew on a couple of. Well, okay. I just remember k Admiral Nelson's Lou the for our. I wouldn't lie to you. All right. Thank you. Good nineteen. Barney and Carlisle low Bernie good morning. Good morning. Anybody mentioned the airplane and sky king and oh a number of times. We've had the songbird. Yeah. They would to songbirds the first year. It was on the plane. Look more like a box of boxy shape. And then the second and third season. They brought in a more streamlined version of the songbird. Oh, just to let you know. Yeah. Was that a piper? I think. Oh, okay. Yeah. All right. Thanks a lot. Bernie you welcome. Thank you. Cavern and Peabody good morning. Good morning. More getting in good morning gear. Guests. Kevin how you doing? To mad. I actually. Answer. But of course, somebody else. They took. They took took by nature. I won't actually. Although actually he'd be arguing tweet made that there was actually a fourth band Sioux Falls with the Seaview. What was it? The diving bell but kept getting swallowed every time there with the thing out of this out. I will have to agree with that. That was like fishing for big whale or something. We went out of the bottom of this Bill. Waiting to swallow with. Yes. Which is why they said we look flying sub because I think could dodge. Yes. And get out. Actual one. I'm I'm actually gonna blow one out of left field. Okay. Okay. And it's another submarine from the. Tv series UFO. I do remember that one. They had a craft called the skydiver. Okay. The submarine and funding was called sky one it launched to intercept UFO's from the ocean. Because I remember that that was one Gerry and Sylvia Anderson special. But they. Because everything was hush hush. And there were a quote, unquote know UFO's they had the skydiver which within the marine with a an. The front of the crap. That is very true. Very good. Yeah. Paul. Yeah. Actually, I mean, the rare opportunities actually got to see it. I was like, oh, this is actually pretty good. All of the Gerry and Sylvia. Anderson shows beginning with supercar. XL five and Stingray was another one that was going to mention captain scarlet. And obviously space nine hundred ninety nine hundred ninety nine right UFO. And I think that's the litany pretty much think that's it. Fairly familiar with them. We forgot the biggest one of all. Oh, I I know I know one that the Thunderbirds. Of course, what was that? The Thunderbirds Thunderbirds, right? Exactly. The one the production. They did that's not transportation oriented was one of my favorite shows and seventies at Robert Vaughn, the protectors. Yes. Responsible for that too. So. Nyree dawn porter who the hell. She was. I mean, remember. Yeah. Yeah. I remember fire while XL five when I was like. Four five. Maybe that had a cute song that that song made radio airplay. I think I don't think so the the the marina, whatever the thing the Anthea. You're right. It was very very reminiscent of a voyage the bottom. See it was. It had a long opening. It was like a three minute opening for a TV shows. Very very cool special effects. Yep. Olympic enough Stingray. And the the the spy who was basically. He was supposed to be Peter Laurie. Okay. Yes. On that note. Kevin. Thank you very much. I appreciate you taking the time to call. Oh, thank you very much for taking my call. Evening people always say, thank you for taking my call. That's why we're here. True. But you don't have to take com. Exactly him. Kevin. Thank you. Right. Okay. Cheryl and Bill Cheryl and Burlington Bill in Georgetown. We'll get to you after the news. So be patient and Frank. No, I call you about once a month or so to be honest with me, and I always ask you to think of a subject that won't work. Like, this one has worked have you? Have you a subject in your back pocket for the next time? I have you on. I I certainly do. I'm glad you asked. Season. Okay. All right. Well, not even. Next time. We should we should all get together be the land, and we will be talking about TV sidekicks. Okay. TV side kit. So Artemis for Jim west, you got it. Exactly Ilia for Napoleon. Right. Jerry. Vice versa, Bonnie rebels. Fred started whether federa and sidekicks, I I wanna tell you this. I don't know if you know, Minnesota, do you get this TV? Well. This showing the venues if you get up early in the morning now, I have to go for new. Thank you. About that. After CBS news. CBS news update, what used to be paradise is mostly gone minority in California town turned into ash and rubble by one of the most destructive fires in state history. It's all blamed for at least twenty three that's K O VR TV's, Rachel wolf was just outside town harder. He's talking with people who literally twenty minutes ago, solder house burned to the ground and have nothing but their dog and maybe a bag of their personal belongings. Very challenging. Gut wrenching all about sixty seven hundred structures have been destroyed about one hundred people listed as missing and with deadly fires also burning in southern California. President Trump tweeted from Paris dot the fires are due to bad California forest management, and he threatened to withhold future federal money, although he is the president of our country. He's ignorant of not only force management in California. But wildfire management in California. And.
This guy is cruising up the nile in a 19th century steamboat
"Frankie Boyer and welcome. It is so nice to have you with us right here on biz talk radio while my guest today is John Paul Sinclair Lewis, and he's the author of the new historical novel, the Tri color and the same time. Seven years of research. And if that were not enough he's getting ready to embark on a trip up the Nile on a nineteenth century side decide side wheel steam cruise boat to conduct more research for the sequel is John Paul. I you crazy or what? I always liked adventure. I always like anything that. I'm getting me out of the house to kill the tedium and boredom of life. Yeah. Okay. So you've written two books about the American west on the buffalo soldiers. The sequel buffalo Gordon fighting on the planes and those were nominated as the best novel of the west by the western writers of America. You've pub published short academic work for the American waterways and underground railroad. Honey. How did this new project? Come about. Because it was never done before. And I wanted to put the readers into my characters head. The center is actually the first. And hopefully, I'll finished with the sequel in about nine months or so and. So this one here who recounts Napoleon Bonaparte and his army on the orients thirty to thirty five thousand men, women and children who invaded and occupied Egypt and the holy land. Seventeen ninety eight in eighteen o one. Now, the book opens with the conquest of Malta in June of seventeen ninety eight and then moved to Egypt and the death March to Cairo the battle of the Annunciation of Admiral by Admiral Nelson on the French Mediterranean fleet at the battle of the Nile, initially victorious and land. But now he was marooned. All of its ships were destroyed by the British so Bonaparte and his troops is thirty five thousand soon confront fanatical resistance insurrection. Gorilla desert warfare. Ancient superstitions slavery. And the birth of Egyptology that's one maybe is why am going down the Nile to see some of those monuments that were recently actually, only two hundred years old recently discovered by French archaeologists and so forth. And I used a lot of nineteenth century French military records journals and so forth to bring to life, but thousands of actors on this incredible time in history from ranker's famous generals to a young Bonaparte who was only twenty seven years old. Obsessed. He was obsessed with power even at that age and wanted to create his legacy. That's correct Napoleon Bonaparte. I don't think wasted a minute of his life. He didn't live very long. I think he was dead by fifty four. But this is a man who kept busy twenty four seven. He would sleep, you know, and map style. A couple of hours year a couple of hours there. But. This man had an agenda already when he was a boy who calling in elementary school in France. And he he sees people followed in. Unbelievable. So your trip down the Nile is happening in October. Did you where did you find the the? Old both that you're going on the steamship. Well, it's a French travel out sent then owns this concern some growing with them. The small group. You don't even does this twice a year. And I had some friends who took that trip. And they waived about an. Maybe I should do this trip. So I do it to get away from the maddening crowd. I don't wanna be unaccountable crews and seeing and seeing in Egypt from the water and taking this little day trips. You appealed to me more than being thousands of on the people on well travel lanes.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"We get free Admiral Nelson's at the office, and it's very beautiful afternoons special on this Friday that we're having rain, follow them on Instagram and Facebook at Admiral Nelson's rum. And on Twitter at Admiral Nelson, send them pictures of you drink in the greatest Rome on earth. It's good with everything very, very thankful for them. Now without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, a fantasy football expert. We are now joined by somebody who has film accolades the rack up for years and years and years. Now she is a fantasy football expert. You can hear her on siriusxm serious to ten XM eighty-seven stream on your phone at home, unconnected speakers, ladies and gentlemen name that you definitely know miss Lisa and. That was quite an intro. I really liked you. Thank you. Very, no problem. It was the least I could do. Lisa appreciate that so much. A lot of people in the world. No, you from your film prowess, getting a lot of people through a lot of hard times in your life, but you've become this fantasy football expert that I'm just learning about. How did you get into that world. Well, you know, the mighty superhero that we call Matt Deutsche at siriusxm gave me this opportunity in two thousand thirteen to take my sports knowledge to the next level with fantasy though I hadn't played any fantasy sports up until that time. I felt I knew enough about the game. I looked at some of my friends that play fantasy and did well, and I know I'm smarter than them. So I figured I can figure this out, you know, if if really, that's the fly, figured it out. I started with football, went to basketball now. I also cover baseball. A really enjoy the next level of it. And I also really liked the torture that it brings into your life as a fantasy football player. I said a ton of DFS lineup, I'm in twenty leagues full season leagues. And what ends up happening is you watch games and you just go through this range of motion choices that you've made players that you bench that are going off. You know, the goods about any ugly. It just brings out everything. I needed a real relationship which I choose not to do my. Cluster life. So I get it. I get all my motion out through fantasy sports and it's just amazing. Now the transition from your, I don't know if you're still an adult film star Nado if you've retired, but that's an incredible transition. You don't see often do a lot of adult film stars coming to you in a potential transition into next career because this seems like a pretty impressive move. You know, I took a break for three years. I did retire came back this year. One of the reasons I wanted to come back was really to get more in touch with the young entrepreneurs in the business and share with them like, hey, there is opportunity out there. You know, there are people that are willing and want to work with us in. So yeah, I'm really starting to mentor more and you know, hope girls when it comes to whether it's their social media, putting together a book, whatever it is they wanna do. They get them to that next level because the business draws in such a large pool of young people every year, and a lot of these girls and guys don't stay. In the industry. They have to have a secondary lice and it's important that I kind of build up rich and help. Everybody have confidence that, hey, have your fun when you're young doing what you wanna do and save your money and then build the secondary career that you don't have to chase money. You know, you know, often gonna get rich and radio, but it's something if you love to do it while you set yourself up well enough, you can go take a job that you really love later down the road. So I'm just grateful to have this opportunity with serious. It's changed my life more than any one thing that has ever been brought into my life working with Sirius XM has brought some value to me that I just never knew was even possible. That's beautiful. Three year hiatus come back like Michael Jordan..
"admiral nelson" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
"Room in your glass. And you'll think before checkout, Admiral Nelson's spice, rum on Facebook and Instagram at Admiral Nelson's rum. Good times without the bus is here on here. Combes I'm here. Fibs is here digs is here Nick morale. Those here twenty dollar shifts on late them's here I pointed for everybody at home. You did point Jordan berries behind the glass and our very special guest professional race, car driver, and crew member on the last season of the amazing race ladies and gentlemen, Connor day. Aware. What's up buddy. I've missed all of you. Have we missed you? A wonderful program kind of keeps me going. I've been riding my ride my bicycle out lately and I listened to episode every you ride a bike, a lot. Good, and I can listen to the gives me like an hour and a half to of the show, and I'm like, I feel like I'm caught up Roger bike for an hour and a half. Yeah. Louisville. Why. You gotta schwinn that's a huffy. Oh, thanks. Brought him back. Absolutely. What around here? What's your number plate number on your bike? Sixty nine. Do do you ever jump people like you ever hit like a fucking homeless people. Who's that movie? Here's what's rod, no rate film fucking hole. Call these your heart out. Just did a back flip. Yeah, that was. I've always, I always wanted to be BMX her when I was. I thought it was like the coolest thing ever. Well, I mean, you should watch it. Now we'll have as much everyone wants to be BMX until the first time they're fucking foot flies off those metal fucking. Yes, and cuddles wings around and fuck and puts a two inch debt. And you're like, oh, mapped in chains on the side of a half pipe? Yes, I go to new full year and then I got a car. Easier. Are you trying to get into like you're kind of shape you've not been into before? I mean, I guess a little bit. I mean, I feel good feel good lately racing more than I thought this year. So I've I've needed to step everything up to as high levels I can, and I'm just getting ready to go NASCAR racing too. So you never know when that. August twenty. Fifth, August twenty. Closing in on being an ass. A good day. We got your your race car. We also got Lyles bare knuckle fight and blow up the same day. My NASCAR is is going to be similar to bear. Seventy year old man in that raise, yes. All while Bill Elliott. Yeah. Yesterday Bill l.. Exactly seven or sixty something. I thought I don't last night I go, hey, no offense. I'm root for wild Bill, Elliott. My number nine dodge shirt. Question since you raised every race last year, and now you've done like a handful this year. Are you do notice like are you two more tired at the end of the racist year? Is there such a thing as race shape? Oh, a hundred percent. I mean, because it doesn't matter how fit you are in the gym. If as as soon as you get into a race car, your body is at another level that you just you haven't been at? It's like game shape. I'm sure playing in the NFL NBA fighting shape anything like the first xactly. Right. So podcast shape. A real thing I can talk front of the mirror home. I'll I want on the real mind. Pressure's on. Yeah, Jackley after Toronto. A couple of weeks ago, I was like I was nearly died, was nearly hospitalized after his felt like I was going to die and then after mid Ohio last week and I was like, all right now I feel better. I feel like I can walk and yeah, so stuff. So are you getting? Are you going to start getting more and more into like the reality shows side of things? Are you enjoying interest from shows? Are you getting emails. I thought I was sort of funny, but maybe maybe other network executives and think so. No. I mean, I would do more. I would do more, but I guess it's gotta be right..
"admiral nelson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Is a much bigger frigate this is one of the best built frigates, in the world these were heavy frigates when they were built a thirty eight gun ship but it's not that much smaller than the famous constitution or the congress or. The other famous of frigates, that we. Built in the early part. Of the nineteenth century. They swarm over the Turks jump overboard now he has the altar, he has a choice he. Can either try to? Sail it out capture at the way, Aubrey would our burn it, what is, his decision. He's decision as to follow his. Orders his orders from his commander Edward Prebble very explicit he was to destroy the vessel Philadelphia, when she was lying at anchor in Tripoli had her mass cut down when we ran aground the crew tried to say the boat by dumping everything wait overboard and eventually, cut cut the match or because. Of the weight of the sales in the mass sparse so. There was really no real way for them to try to sail this, boat out of the harbor okay so he sets the Philadelphia on fire now burning they returned to intrepid this is the name that Preval has given this catch for. This special operation will stop, here we'll. Come back to Decatur because. This event right there. This is the event that makes heroes of the US navy no, less than Admiral Nelson himself. Admires this dare by? Decatur and Prebble's Prebble squadron let's go, back to October October eighteen, o three, the year. Before when captain Bainbridge is commanding Philadelphia outside of Tripoli who is Bainbridge. And how does he come to be under the. Control of the trip of the Tripoli harbor William Bainbridge was one of the senior captains in, the US navy in eighteen o three. He was very successful merchant captain, he was one of the first officers commissioned into US navy and he was an. Extremely gifted mariner he was a very good commander but he was a man that was plagued by poor luck throughout, his navy career he was the only commander during the quasi war with France to actually lose to the French He commanded a vessel called the George Washington in eighteen. Hundred and he made the mistake of sailing into algae years one day. Carrying all the tributes at America used. To pay to the Barbary pirates to prevent? Their attacks rather than staying outside of the harbor and sending the treasure, to the port he brought. His boat into the, port and the leader said thank you very much you now going to, sell me to, Constantinople so I can go and pay my respects. To the salted he became the first commander of the US worship lowered his flag raised the. Turkish flag is turned, his best. One would transport for what was that sensibly enemy country Bainbridge, is a hard luck sailor and that. Day October seventh he's chasing a, blockade runner chasing the blockade runner an unknown waters without a pilot that seems reckless. Of him chip he it was reckless but it was also a violation of his orders Commodore Preval had sent, a small schooner to accompany the Philadelphia at all time. So that whenever the Philadelphia went into shallow water the schooner could get in their head of the frigate because the schooner required less water instead he sent the vixen off to pursue. A sale that he saw going in the opposite direction that's, that's all Tober eighteen. Oh three soon instead of the ship being destroyed and sinking the tides come in and storm comes in. And and it rocks off meanwhile the whole crew more than three hundred. Have been captured by the Basha of. Tripoli and we'd better introduce our villain we? Will when we come back because this is a battle that will take, months years before the United. States win some respect from the Barbary shore that's all a deal of in their minds now, does Turk respect, the US navy chip Reid is the author intrepid, sailors The book I'm John. Batchelor this is the John Batchelor.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"That's the way we'll promote it. Okay, good. We just figured that out. I'm we figured that out the videos, good though. It is very good inside of baseball inside of a baseball game with somebody who's never experienced baseball. So even if you don't know baseball, it's going to be very relatable you're with. And if you do know baseball, I think you're gonna laugh at some things that I did. Absolutely. You're. Yeah, both people enjoy it because non baseball people to see if from a non baseball player perspective, very much by the way they ju- might up the entire game smart. Mark, I might up the, yeah. Okay, good. The entire game though. So it's me talking to digs THAAD and Tommy smokes throughout an entire game, and it's just it's nonstop. It's literally major league baseball should take a look at. They should think about doing this with players. Players they should do this. They switch it up every inning. You know, give a different player than my. I wonder if guys talk like this though. You know what I mean? They have. They have to do. There's no way the players will want to be might know when I was in on numerous occasions. There was absolutely not. There was a few mic'ed up in the game during the game in the outfield during the all star game. Right. And it was very cool. Yeah, that's cool. When they do that, well, all star game, they're probably told they have to, okay. This is a special just like the Pro Bowl. They had computer on the sideline. I a tweet during the game and they let us bring our cell phones out, stuff like that. I'm like, I don't know if this is a great idea, but I like what we're doing. I'm as somebody who doesn't have often. I like what we're doing here, but baseball has been under attack for the way they promote the game. I think after they watch our documentary fixed baseball. I think we, I think we chance put me on everybody's booking. Yeah, let me talk to people. Let me be. I couldn't even hear my teammates sometimes because I had to. I near piece in from digs taught in Tommy smokes. So my teammates, it'd be saying something to me and I would have no clue. I couldn't hear a single word. It's coming out though. Friday after preseason, it's Friday after the NFL preseason ends, you will watch a documentary of a man who has never played baseball before step into a professional batter's box and into a right field into a first base coaches box. In the name of comedy. It's for the kind of guys that appreciate a great tasting smoothie. Go for an Admiral Nelson's right now. It's so easy. It mixes with anything. Even you. Voice. I had a lot of Admiral Nelson's last week, actually. It's delicious. Admiral Nelson's goes with things. We like to do that. You watch sports check, Admiral Nelson's you cook out chatter Admiral Nelson's you.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Patch, black spice who whatever you want. They got it good times without the fuss earlier. We talked about our vacation winding down, but we still to get around to golf and we haven't done that yet. Right? Maybe we get a few Roman pops out there. I don't hate that. Sounds like a good move. So you know free ads. Let's say coca pop, pop guy. You're probably soda now. I'm a pop guy threw threw out a boy. So whatever you're doing this weekend, enjoy yourself and have some Admiral Nelson's room. All right. So now that we've taken that walk down memory lane as to how Pat got into the NFL, you may not remember. You may not know the original story about how he got linked up with barstool in the first place at one of the favorite moments for me was when the part might take guys came the office for the one hundred episodes of the show because those guys were big inspiration before and I had my office desk job. I was just listening to podcasts and they were the one they absolutely. I mean, look forward to it every what? Monday, Wednesday, Friday. When it came out. I mean it was it's appointment listening. They, they got, they got my mind right into the game where this is something I wanted to do digs, and I even started a little podcast for friends no-one over here that it's been buried and lead it from the face. My hands on that wouldn't we all anyways. But when the guys came into the office, it was cool. It was. It was a real moment. It was not a, you've made it moment, but like, okay, this is everything I've wanted to do right in front of my face, right? We all others big fans to to being peers actually, like, you know, doing it as as our jobs our careers now. Yeah. So listen the conversation from when big cat and PF PFC came into the office and how middleman Dan himself ended up setting up Pat with barstool. I, I always liked brusher ball's. 'cause you guys do long podcast, but now I get it. This is like just chilling. Yeah, fixtures which deuce fucking I never wanna leave here guys. Well, the thing is we could add it out some shit, but like ties life is miserable back there. It really is, and he's got a, he's a miserable life. He's a one stop shop back there. So it's like, hey, man, I want you to go ahead and I want you forty minutes. Here's something make you feel better. At least you don't produce the podcast where we make the joke. Hank cut this out, like five times show jokers to not cut it out, but sometimes we actually do want it cut out. So. Guesses like the joker? No. Yours, hey, on yesterday's? Pardon? My take, what you should listen to? I was very lucky to be on their get. I'm a recurring guest, which is in I got t-shirt shirt, six times jacket or something. Rooker. Really reoccur. Recurring all that shit. Yeah, I have the shirt, which is I very, I like very much again. Never never seen anywhere. Yeah. Ever seen you once you like it so much. You don't wear. I've posted like numerous social media pictures wearing it. No, not false, not false. It's a comfortable shirt and use the word all the time. Yeah. Now my you of your own shirts. Yeah. Did you give from code pets? Have you ever given us some of your shirts? Yeah, right now. Literally wearing. I don't even know if I have a PM. This is your shirt because I'm your college football analysts. I was for six weeks. It was a hot run. People got confused about the whole PMS thing. You guys you do like a monthly show? Pichit every. A special once a month. You you listeners, you know what you did. You hit a bunch of chocolate. Yeah, right. Your, I'm not mad at you cry. Not mad at you. I'm just disappointed. Let them ask, are you are you? Are Are we. we gonna fight. Now, and then you silence our, yes, actually we are in a fight and they have their mom as the guest on Sally maga- me should not be here. That lady reads every tweet every Ceram comment, and she is a ruthless woman like she wants to show up at some people's houses like she has people's pictures re on her on her..
"admiral nelson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Say hi to Dan. In Eden very. Dan good evening and welcome to, the game Well Hello l. Dan here I'm a Swedish, American going, to be hard to follow up Dennis Description there You guys you guys are sound way. Too nice this is. Full contact trivia bringing on For taking my call. You're you're welcome Here are no no. Swedish because I want understand your answer. Here are the rules, to the game I also audit question and if you think you, know, the answer I want you. To say your name first because we have obviously two guys. That are playing so I. Want you to say. Your name first whichever one, of you says your name I you will have the first opportunity to answer the question if. Your answer is correct you got a point if your answer is, wrong, then, your opponent will have the opportunity to answer the question, of both answer the question, wrong, we'll go to our, side, players, as. Far we have Jennifer SU Roger Patrick. And, we have one line open, open for a player toll free. Line eight six six. Nine eight nine nine two, two six that's good across, the, country and Canada well any, place else that you're you're hearing the signal. Side players we come to you it's. Re-timing in a row, and you answer those questions incorrectly you say Lovey stop baby and we'll kick you out and you're, outta, here, for an early weekend now to Dennis and Dan the, final segment of the game, is, a bonus round each question, will, be. Worth five points any questions none none. None, for me hey let's gives, us underway here's the first question. What is the name. For hydraulic brakes that have, a micro processor to prevent them, from locking Dan dan Into. Lock breaks you, are correct, very simply they're. Anti lock brakes is is what they are called. Nicely done you got, a, point In nineteen. Forty nine what musical feature the song diamonds are. A girl's best friend Too damn damn Gentlemen prefer blondes. You are correct, gentlemen prefer blinds and you have. Two points When you. Crossed the international, dateline what do you gain Dan dan One day that is correct one, day From the TV series. Voyage to the bottom of the sea what actor played. The part of Admiral Nelson Dan dan Lloyd bridges not, Lloyd, bridges, Dennis I, don't know all, right Oh Eight. Point, no it should. Not let's go who went to do the players make up the. Rules I make up the. Rules I change them. Weekly let's go to Jennifer in. Burnsville, hi. Jennifer You. Wanna thank Dan and. Just give us the answer or. Or, not Dan I'll try to give the answer Jack Russo not Jacque Cousteau no Jennifer you have a check Mark against you and. Let's go to sue and hilltop sue. I don't think I know this Stories. Like Jules Verne right could be Who's the actor Ernest borgnine not Ernest borgnine ashes were. Paying attention in class, comes, in handy let's. Go to Roger Roger Richard, base heart it is Richard base heart and that's what happens when you pay attention because Dan was at, you. That blurted Richard base. Art. Out yes I won't do it. Again Well I I was. Surprised Jennifer ensue. Miss that I truly was Yeah you got. To pay attention In. One thousand nine hundred seventy nine who was the first major rockstar to? Perform, in the then Soviet Union Dennis Dennis David Bowie not David Bowie Nope damn Bruce Springsteen. Not Springsteen no let's go to our side. Players let's go, to, Patrick and, Berkeley and park. I. Patrick Oh good The question, to you you. Got, it Yeah I got, it I actually. Gone all the answer but I. Have I have a question for you I, don't want to hold up the game but you. Don't want to hold up the game do you have an answer or not? Have an answer Listen to of. Peter Katie of the night done, enough now did. You have an answer to the. Question okay let me make a guess l., as long as you're badgering me full badgering you. We're trying to plan a game play a game here Not Dylan and you have a Chuck Mark against. You, thank you by the way we have a? Line. Open for aside player toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two to. Six let's go to Jennifer in Burnsville hi Jennifer hi Mick Jagger of their, own stone not, Jagger, very, good yes but it is not Jagger..
"admiral nelson" Discussed on WJR 760
"We're to talk in a moment the time Constand, the presidency, CEO the brain injury association of Michigan but I I. Just want to. Go over what we're doing exactly you're from now we will be arriving in Edinburgh, a year from now to start a two-week vacation and it's. Going to be part of the, WJR vacation club it's my first sojourn. On this and it's it's being called the aisles the open the best because the best. Vacation you're ever going to have in your life so once, in a lifetime trip and not. A golf trip you could add the Gulf package I'm going to do, that and we'll play a little. Bit of golf but it is just. For, everybody it's just a little bit of golf yeah But it's for everybody we're. Going to explore Edinburgh an inbr-, Gordon Glasgow and Scotland we're going to. Go to Northern Ireland and the Belfast and London dairy and we're going to go to. The one hundred forty eight th British Open which is sold, out at Royal Portrush but we're. Going to go to the final round the opens this week and so, we'll be there when the champion. Golfer of the year is determined next. Year At the sold out British Open we're we're going to, be there airland will go to Waterford and Dublin get a taste of Guinness I imagine Maybe. Maybe maybe and well of course in Liverpool we're going to go visit penny. Lane and strawberry fields strawberry fields forever, at any rate the Alabama I told you about that castle with the dog Hans it all cool stuff, and then, when, we get to Southampton I'm. Gonna see if we've got time to go see the HMS victory. That ship Which was used in the Napoleonic wars in eighteen o. Five is still in service today yeah, and you can visit it and go aboard it it's where Lord Admiral Horatio Nelson The, famous Admiral Nelson served and died in that war which was the battle of. Trafalgar where he was killed right Tony Tony's are. Historian on this twenty Butler but at any, rate it was the most famous battle between, the Brits. And against France and Spain Nelson. Died after the battle was what he was he was wounded on the ship and died but he was told. Just, before he died we want and so he he. Went peacefully he went very peacefully That he had. Won the battle and Britain destroyed twenty two. Ships in? That battle of lost none how's that This, was. The most famous, ship the. HMS victory and we're gonna, go see okay, on this trip it's unbelievable it's it's going, to be like I said it's it's going. To, be. The the aisles. The, open the best and then the Beatles yeah yeah, and then meals yeah there might be a little bit of. Shepherd's pie You can call eight hundred. Three eight three thirty one thirty. One people have already been calling I think they've sold some some tours already with us we'll all. Get to know. Each other and have a.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Hanging out with your friends talk sports eight digs sports hey you wanna put some rum what because we're talking sports we could talk sports we could play sports we could drink this admiral nelson's rum any day of the week all nice slow sis low pitch softball league drink some rum downright fill line smooth it bold isn't it all it's so easy it mixes with everything done that's why i drink the pineapple row my ladies happy when i drink the pineap around what get it nope they'd get why why you say that because it's pineapples good for stuff yeah talking about that swallow admiral nelson's goes with the things we like to do whether you're at a fourth of july cookout whether you're watching sports maybe you're coming home from work maybe you're starting to darty maybe you're doing anything apple nelson's has a taste in a brand for you there number one just like america in speaking of america here are some quotes that americans have given about america that are absolutely amazing it let's just go ahead in get that feeling deepen your loins about america being gray close yeah all the way down here you know oh we gotta talk about it we got what lebron james is the brawn james is a laker this is absurd the braun lavar land stevenson javale mcgee magic johnson luke walton that place is going to be hysterically hysterical to watch next year for one year i think all those people will be there there by saying lonzo's going to san antonio arab and it's like well as everything bigger in texas bigger baller brian i don't know we're gonna find out i'm excited to see what happens there's no way any team popovich doesn't want goddamn lavar ball in that associated i don't think lebron does either with lonzo yeah i don't know how they do it i don't know how they get rid.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She was married how many times everybody eight nice lucky tony tony yung i'm here in 1983 brainstorm she choline vents a device that let's one person record and play back the sensory experiences of another now we can all believe in santa claus and feel pretty we have i the ill preteen or shop ricky and give we can lean nabli were natalie word chang three points for the horrendous see this is not so hard right the clues are in the questions mart in 1989 swore requiem he plays a wheelchairbound world war one veteran no stranger to cinematic warfare in other films he's played general macarthur admiral nelson and the duke of wellington who's well so far i'm really stumped with these because there are all talking pictures and i don't remember anything is 28 i think i'll say my wife's favorite movies starve and trying to live him down for forty three years gregory peck gregory peck is an excellent guess it is not the correct i will then let me try another one later is out survives arthur the guy with the droopy eyes clifford the big red dog i dunno lace home lastly i think it was the of this who played the duke of wellington in that hamilton woman the christie dude the christie do our twitter said the duke of wellington general macarthur an admiral nelson and if it helps he also played rudolf hess laurence olivier both pays correct i gave you a clue on that so we'll have to give you a seven points total it is laurence olivier should ring the bell and i don't think i'm going on at bell thank you though yes he was macarthur an inch on he was nelson in that hamilton woman which you mentioned erin.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"See this is not so hard right the clues are inla questions mark in 1989 war requiem he plays a wheelchairbound world war one veteran no stranger to cinematic warfare in other films he's played general macarthur admiral nelson and the duke of wellington who is well so far i'm really stumped with these because they're all talking pictures and i don't remember anything 28 i think i'll say my wife's favorite movies starve and trying to live him down for fortythree years gregory peck figuring pack is excellent guess it is not the correct i will then let me try another one are you sure that's your wife's favour the guy with the droopy eyes clifford the big red dog i don't know lastly i think it was who played the duke of wilmington in that hamilton woman st jude the christie do our twitter's of the duke of wellington general macarthur an admiral nelson and if it helps he also played rudolf hess laurence olivier is correct i gave you a clue on that so we'll have to give you a seven points total it is laurence olivier should ring the bell and i don't think i'm going on that bill thank you though yes he was macarthur in inchon he was nelson in that hamilton woman which you mentioned barrett in the airplane from 1980 she plays a soldier with ptsd whose become convinced he's a famous mezzosoprano who is she a soldier with ptsd his convince she she she a famous methods proudly he is the soldier is he not become convinced he is this famous mezzosoprano who plays herself in the movie airplane the broad commenting he thinks he is a mezzosoprano who is also in the movie planer so yes the ugo can you tell me of them as pronorth well i kinda want you to tell me during this well in an actor or the soprano or both it's the same can i just think ernest board nine for the helmet i'm going to give you points for that now is a man or woman i'm fence riley clear and nvidia wongarya would be oh the woman who is married to mars heart issues in an groucho kitty carlo deputy carlisle no it's arkady carlisle and it's not ernest partner ra i'm susanna you've noticed.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"If you other gravitas word it adds two hundred fifty thousand dollars of income each year but it also pointed out that almost all of these names are really badly chosen so hermes is tries of elisa them he was the goal of swindlers the media who murdered her exboyfriend sons as acriss who famously flies to high than crashes uh into the ocean and then as tense lewis who is good because he's wealthy but he also when the golds visited him he killed his own sonnen roasted him to impress the gods so they punished him to eternal hunger and they all have the odds skeleton in the closet than the these god south true you know they often do could offer them they you know eat that children about there's always something for all of yeah you're saying he thinks it is repress someone is roasted he'd euro his i'm just on names are found that the eldest 'cyclopse of dahlia was colds bruns hey and bronze say uh was for the thunder go to the thunder so you've got the brontosaurus or thunder lizard which gets its name from the bronte's um there's a theory now i'm getting this from steven fries myth all spoke um and so this is a footnote which is a theory he's putting forward that someone has come up with um the bronze taste sisters are actually named after this greek god bronte and his because their father was born burundi b r u n t y but change it to bronze say either as a tribute to the classical greek gold or in honor of admiral nelson who was made the jubran say uh and that djugum was located on the slaves of aetna and that was believed to have been derived from the 'cyclopse name frontex or the brunt say sisters are possibly attribute name to a great got us very cool that's pretty go away and some of god's from that big list a wicket pedia of god's.
"admiral nelson" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yes of the hate crime and still remains a very odd topic for me if if you commit a crime against somebody is known for the violent crime isn't it that must mean there some hate mb few steel something the matt guess if you go back i'm gonna rob that faggot that would probably be classified as a as a hate crime even though it should be i'm going to rob him because he's a fact but it's just it's it's very very very you've always been very against this then have been o kind of concerned about this for years out of control or here's the thing is a hate and it started with bullying we tracked bullying you go back in the show notes go back to the go back five six seven years you'll see the bullying was an actual headline topic in the show notes and that slowly change to where we are today with the hate crimes and as we know in in the uk even speaking hateful these illegal if you do that on social media right it's we're on our why we're on the path we're right behind you at i think we've concluded this is an of first amendment thing yes an attempt to stifle free speech exactly exactly okay the and that is a i think about all i have we'll have to keep an eye on these guys other than the uk now just going back to the statues there is now talk of this from the guardian of having this statute devoted to admiral nelson pull it down while it down ya now pro down it take oh you're famous heroes and pull though statues down and shoot those lines blows lion statues up their representative of some too bad it's fantastic is actually find is to be hilarious.