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25 Years of Alan Rickman’s Diaries Will Be Published as a Book in 2022
"Rickman will be released next year by Cannon Gate, Shining a light on his life and a career spanning 25 years. He will feature stories from the sets of his stage productions and films, including the Harry Potter franchise. Rickman's editor, Alan Taylor, told the Guardian that the diary, sir Anecdotal, indiscreet, witty, gossipy, utterly candid and compulsive reading. Alan Rickman died of pancreatic cancer in January of 2016. A future world
'Doctor Strange 2' Loses Director Scott Derrickson
"The director of Doctor Strange Josh will no longer be directing doctor. Strange in the multi verse of Madness. Ben What is going on here. Yeah so Scott Erickson who directed the first doctor strange film and and as of yes or all the way up until yesterday was attached and announced in all of that stuff to be directing the doctor strange sequel. He announced on twitter marble and I have mutually agreed agreed to part ways on doctor strange in the multi of madness due to creative differences. I am thankful for our collaboration and will remain on as EP. So that's that's executive producer. That's kind of an interesting thing. In and of itself took a lot of times when people have creative differences they just like split entirely. I'm wondering if it has something to do with. Maybe like a store like just a the development process in like how much work was put into the movie if marvel sort of like throwing him a bone for the work that he did their contractual to like. He's going to get money on this and it was probably part of this deal with the first one. If they made a sequel that he would remain main honest producer. Right Right James Gone. I think was going to be producer on guardians. Three after he was fired right which brings us to the question. How many marvel directors have been have like they weren't he wasn't fired they have split the both agreed flint? Right right. Yeah it's pretty rare for marvel studios goes to part ways with directors like this like. I think it's only happened twice so far with thor. The dark world where Patty Jenkins was originally announced. And then Alan Taylor ended up coming on directing that movie. And then the original ant man which Edgar Right was famously on board to make for years and years and then ended up stepping away. Sort of at the last minute and taking ended ended up coming in and he's become director for for all three of those franchise entries the third one is is upcoming but This is one of those turned out. Good one of those turned out bad What does this mean for? Why do you think Scott Dirksen left this? Because there's there's a couple theories he's going around the Internet. There's obviously when this was first announced. There was at a Scott. COMECON this year I think Derek San Rafael our fight. He was talking about how this is going to be kind of horror film of sorts. Yeah they said it was basically going to be like the first scary movie and the MC you and there've been a couple of stories about that where I think have himself has been talking about how Dr Strange supposed to have you know horror elements but not like full on horror movie. I it's never been like. The new mutants was originally sort of pitched as like a horror movie in the X.. Men World it's never been as explicit that I think he has his call. Hollowed out like You know the ending of Raiders Lost Ark and like things like Made some of the Amblin productions like that level of Scary stuff within a larger adventure story. So yeah I guess one of those theories you're talking about is that maybe Scott Erickson. WHO's more of a whore guy himself? He's directed the exorcism of Emily. Rosen sinister and movies like that Maybe he wanted to push the horror a little bit more than marble was interested in pushing it and that could be where those creative differences lie. Do you have another theory. Peter I have one. What will the other thing is that? That's interesting about the theory is fight. He's done some interviews recently where quick you mentioned he's kind of walked back the the the horror angle of that even though they lead with that at at COMECON so that's what why people are leading to that but the other theory is that this film film is going to tie into the Disney plus Empty you universe. was that what you were going to mention. It was yeah because like this sequel is really being positioned positioned more than any of the other Announced Movies of the MC you as like a very important thing to the future of what marvel is doing because Feigen has talked about. Ah being basically like a creative linchpin he said the multi versus the next step in evolution of the MC. You and doctor strange in the multi. Madison's GonNa crack it open in ways that will have repercussions Russians and he's talking about repercussions for like the movies after it as well as the Disney plus series that you mentioned one division the Elizabeth Olsen Paul all Bethany Disney plus show and low key. The one with Tom Huddleston where he's reprising. His villain role are both going to tie into the movie doctors trained to you in some way. So maybe it's a case of like derricks in just being overwhelmed with the amount of requirements in terms of like this grand designs of the story. I don't want to put that on him. That's completely speculation. He'd be totally fine with that. I'm just sort of looking at it from the outside in with our limited perspective. Respective here just thinking about potential obstacles that he could or that that marvel could encounter here. That could be something like that but I guess Swab to wait and see if if any more official information ever comes out about why they ended up parting ways in this capacity
"alan taylor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"alan taylor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Alan Taylor are show brought to you in part by Subaru and the all new Subaru ascent love is now bigger than ever Schubert, and we are going to be showing a Subaru. VJ. BJ kaleen. Joining me hold on the day on live with Kelly and Ryan. We've got what day Wednesay or. Hold on. The heck is it where you see? Oh, sure is. It's it's under Wednesday on live with Kelly and Ryan this week for auto week they call it, even though I'll be there, under the moniker of car and driver magazine. And I think my friends at car and driver for the week where we're gonna be showing cars from the New York auto show. Lots of world and television debut. North American debuts in this case, the Subaru crosstrek, hybrid for those who've wanted to get across track. It will now be available in hybrid will be showing that on Wednesday, which is the what they call air quotes electric car day, even though, electrics and hybrids fit into the same category, we were talking about Monday's vehicles that we know we'll be showing the Ford Mustang EKO boost special world debut of that vehicle. I don't know any more than I'm telling you right here on the show that it's a Ford EKO boost four cylinder. But I will you'll have to watch on Monday morning..
"alan taylor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Your host. Alan taylor. Are I for those who think I just love eat too much about my new car? I apologize. Not really. All right, anyway, I'll just shut up Carl hours with us from Kelley blue book auto trader and dealer dot com. He is executive publisher. You know? I mean, you give two crazy guys like us cars like this. Now, by the way, we both bought these with our own money. I mean at the end of the day, nobody gave us anything. I got and choose what the hell I want to buy in Carl did the same thing. But you have now recently, you just came back from driving a car that I would think could be a car that I would consider as potentially another car that could be like this dodge demon thing we've been talking about in a different way, which is the accurate in Essex. I have not driven one yet because I would have to probably sell a piece of property or something to buy one. My wife would never have that at this point. I'm card out but the accurate. SX when I drove one years ago on different race tracks around the country. It was always like holy mackerel. That thing is it's just you know, what it can do. And I've heard that the new accurate in Essex is the same way. Carl you really amazing technology after has there super handling all wheel drive the official name in essentially torque victory in across all the wheels new direction. So it doesn't just do front.
"alan taylor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"What matters most British don't tires BJ Colleen's on the line BJ, traveling like a maniac. Oh, yeah. My god. What where have you been by the way, you just went to save Antonio Santa Barbara, Houston and Orlando and I got back. X week. So and by the way, did I did I sent you the picture of the poor gentleman? I sat next to in the airplane with the you don't need to revisit that. You know? I'm just telling you, you think what is it? I was sad. When I had no shoes till I saw a man that had no feet next to a guy that no face it. Was it extra actually extra face? Yeah. It was interesting, and it was sad. But he was such a sweet guy anyway. So you've been traveling and your husband, by the way discount Kaleen, one of the most amazing photographers on the entire planet, and perhaps a solar system. He he also drives a lot. And of course, the show is called the drive. Can I ask how many miles you guys have on that like one and a half year old or whatever it is Kia? Sedona minivan. Coming up on our two year anniversary with the long-term Kia Sedona, and we are almost gonna hit sixty thousand miles. Good lord. Yeah. That's about thirty thousand miles a year. But the whole point behind the vehicle you sit in your driveway. You're trying to show people what a vehicle's like on the long term, you know, sixty thousand miles for some people is the life of their car. Got a lease vehicle that you're doing fifty fifty fifteen thousand a year actually summer twelve year that's four or five years by putting a lot of miles on. We can tell people. Hey, this is what happens at this mileage, you know, so kind of predicting the future for them and with the Kia Sedona, I'm telling you, this vehicle has been one of the best vehicles. Literally we've ever driven in our combined hundred years of you know, of doing automotive work, by the way, can I can I can I get the video that we did win. I know you need to send me a link. I'm going to put that on today's show notes because that was freaking hilarious all of us BJ, dick master, who we we gotta get back on the show by that. I don't know what he's doing. He's like he acts like he retired which he is. But he shouldn't be and it was Josh it was you me dick Messer, and it is so funny. You guys I'm gonna put it up. Please go to go. Do this go to the drive with Alan Taylor dot com. The drive with Alan. L A N Taylor dot com. And then go down to like, I think we'll put it in the blog. And or something it'll it'll be in there just noodle around in there a little bit all kinds of naked photos of me, just ignore those. Uh-huh. Okay. I'm joking anyway continue on. So this vehicle's been good has had the desert been any problems with it in the sixty thousand miles, you know, the sixty thousand miles it's you know, you expect a little bit of kinks and things with a new vehicle. But seriously, there's only been maybe a couple of things first of all have been two minor recalls mambas four when we first got it something with a sliding door that they fixed immediately. And then there was another one recently. But I don't even remember it was it was so minor that they fixed it even before anything happened. Never even noticed it. It was just some boulder or something like that. So it's nice that that key is proactive. I don't even call recall there. Call technical service bulletins or be on the lookout. Let's fix it in and take care of it. But you know, the only the only real concern we've ever had with this vehicle we had a rattle at the very beginning. And it turned out that the the Jack for the spare tire replacement. Wasn't tightened down all the way. So that wasn't really a problem. Right. And then the other one is that would replace the tires at about. About fifty thousand miles, and it was a really unusual where pattern because they were wearing on the inside of the tire not the outside of the tire. And it wasn't really a problem. Because what we we figured out was that there was so much. There was a lot of negative camber on the tire set up. The way the wheels and tires has set up. In camera means that the the tires are leaning a little bit more inward than outward. That's just the problem. You know, it's not alignment problem. That was the thing. It's at the car tracks perfectly straightened do as a matter of fact, this vehicles more line than any vehicle we've ever had in our lives. You can't was and go down the road. What it is is. You know, we talk about how great the KEA handled. How well it handles and drives because when they dial in a little bit negative camber. You get more inside grip when you're turning the corner, you know, south. That's what it is. So we decided because I think we're probably going to buy the vehicle because we like it so much, and I don't think I can pry it from Scott's hands that we're going to rotate the actual tire not the wheel. But turn the tire inside out so easily. You got fifty thousand miles. That's that's still pretty awesome. Right. It's pretty darn good. You're right. Let me take a break. Very little very little tread loss is pretty good. All I gotta take a break. We're going to get run over by a commercial. It is the drive. We'll be right back with more..
"alan taylor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"This is. With Alan Taylor. Well, you know, I know a lot of people in the car industry. Most of them are my friends that I'm going to have on this show. 'cause I'd rather be your friend and your animal. You know, they say enemy. What am I I don't know? Carl brower is on the phone. I always have to use scatalogical humor. Somehow. It's always the way it starts with you Karl. I don't know what happens. If you're not ready to be my anima, and we're going to end the French. Girl brower is the executive publisher of auto trader Kelley blue book dealer dot com. He has an oversized skull. I know he has probably a size twelve and a half hat size. Big brain, lots of information up there, Carl you heard us talking with Michael Mikhail from Arabian. I think the the civilized world doesn't quite know. What riven is yet? So I'm glad we had a chance to talk to Mikhail and talk to Bassim loss of I don't know if you know Bassam. Yup. He talked. I mean that was kind of his like, wow. For the show. I mean, big horse power out of electric cars. It's it's much easier to do Elon Musk with tesla proved that to the world with some of his. Superfast sedans that were you know, kicking butt on everything on the street. And now we have ribian with a truck in an SUV that's going to do the same thing. But what do you think is it vaporware? I mean is this going to be a flash in the pan? I mean, it seems like I mean, that's six hundred employees. They've been working their butts off on this. He says for nine years and all of a sudden way am here. It isn't. It's like, I mean, my eyeballs were open wide like, wow. That looks good. What do you think? Wow..
"alan taylor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Display at twenty eight. I'm Alan Taylor. I get the fun job of interviewing some of the most iconic people in our hobby guys that start shows like Wheeler dealers all the way over on the other side of the pond, Mike Brewer where did it start, Mike? It's a long story. Type. You've got five minutes back in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven so a long time ago. I started a little shell on channel full television in England that was called deals on wheels. A nobody in the world that ever thought about the Pentecostal I saw this show on my show the audience how to buy a car fix it up and sell it. It was the precursor to Wheeler dealers in about that was ninety seven six years later, I approached by Discovery Channel. And they said we're thinking of making the show with you. We want you to create a format we come up with another couple of guys we came up with a full met thing this, which is basically the full Matt always doing on this show anyway, but we come up with Leila dealers. And that's now a grown to not only become upping. The biggest call shoving advice populist show on Discovery Channel networks anywhere in the world. I take pride in is that now I'm here at Sima on. I get to hang out with the likes of they can dig Richard Brolin's and Alan Taylor, and Wayne Corinna get to hang out with these guys. But really they can all trace that DNA back these call shows wouldn't exist. If it wasn't for Wheeler dealers. I create it back in nineteen Ninety-seven, and I've never really been shouted about that over the years, but this year taking surprising up to twenty one years on television. I created the Motrin format here. We are with some knockout shows on the network. We got this amazing network. We worked for as well Motor Trend. Veloce e Discovery Channel is a family, and they really dedicate themselves to the audience. You know, Dave wants to deliver. Knockout comes we want to deliver a knockout show and Wheeler dealers. He's just growing year-on-year steel off the sixteen seasons. I can't believe up sixteen seasons of weightlifting and it still gets bigger year-on-year. It's fantastic. Let's go back even farther because where did it start when you realize I love cars is quite easy. My dad was a very well known. Call customize in England from a very young age. My dad would drag this reluctant child around to accustom call show weekends are not see some weird and wacky calls during the summer holidays. My mum used to kick me out the house and Senate welcome I died, then he had a shop in south London. And it's a bit like every.
"alan taylor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
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"alan taylor" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Host, Alan Taylor. So a friend of mine calls me this morning. And he says my father in law called me and said do you want to buy this night twenty seventeen Ford escape with five hundred miles in and I'm like five hundred miles. He said, yeah, he's eighty nine years old. He bought a new car last year. And he finally came to the conclusion these only driven at five hundred miles in a year, and then he just shouldn't be driving anymore. God bless the man for having enough sense. To know there is a point in your life that you should just let somebody else drive year round. So I said to him what do you want? What what does he want? He says well, take it around to some dealers and see what they'll give you for just to buy it outright. He paid like thirty grand forward. It's a nice loaded little escape the escape is kind of the small Ford SUV not the smallest one because they make one smaller than the escape. Anyway, he paid like thirty grand the one dealer offered him twenty grand. With five hundred miles. He goes we've got brand new cars more than five hundred mile line. He says, I know so he's like man he lost ten thousand dollars in one year. He goes I'm thinking about buying. I said, well, if you don't want to buy I want to buy it. So depreciation that's what we're talking about right here. One year. One third. The value is gone, which is what happens to many new cars you better enjoy that that first year. Brian. Book value or valuations auto trader, you know, at the place where you go to buy a car. Now, you can do all that in one place. So auto trader you're looking for listing. Look say you find the car you want and you're like, well, I'm.
Tina Turner's son dead in apparent suicide
"With a capital foreign who's play music with the beach boys but he says the reason he's returning so that he can help celebrate military veterans all over the world when i see those men and women and their families that's what really roy roy especially having a son but what a sacrificed for us and that's what really gets me moving jimmy buffett and the temptations will also take the stage tonight on pbs jason nathanson reporting the sopranos keeping it in the family alan taylor who won an emmy for outstanding directing in a sixth season episode of the show back seven has signed on for the so prado's prequel the rap says the film entitled the many saints of newark will be set in the nineteen sixties in new jersey during the riots between african american and talion residents had left twenty six dead and hundreds injured the movie will feature younger virgin versions of the original sopranos characters authorities in l a say tina turner son craig raymond turner has died by suicide at the age of fifty nine they say his body was found in his studio city home and a gun was nearby he was a realtor in beverly hills craig was adopted by tina second husband ike turner his biological father raymond hill played sax for the band kings of rhythm rep for tina turner had no immediate comment page six is reporting eaters elba has launched an indie record label seven wallace music and has signed his first artists james b ks album works has a dj there's also been talk about him playing james bond in the future make your smartphone even smarter by downloading the radio dot com app.
Apple closes security gap, denying access to law enforcement
"At lars larson show should apple lock the back door that cops us to crack criminal cell phones apple is closing a security gap it did allow people to be able to pry loose information from an iphone without using a password but now they're going to close that loophole it's a loophole that has been used by law enforcement when they have a legal and constitutional right to look at the information inside of a phone possessed by somebody who's eight suspected criminal now remember i'll stick to the constitution if they don't have a constitutional right to override your fourth amendment rights against search and seizure then fine they shouldn't have access but telling me that a private company can make a locked box for information that's what an iphone really is that is locked so tightly that even with a warrant the police will be denied access i can tell you that's not going to end well it won't end well with criminal investigations and it will not end well if the fbi is trying to help us find a terrorist and perhaps even in a hot situation where the terrorist is planning to bomb or hurt people and we can't find out because apple locked the door anyway tonight's twitter poll found at lars larson show is brought to you by amac the association of mature american citizens it has the kind of conservative values i do so i joined the group years ago if you'd like to join as well and i recommended just go to amacus or call eight eight eight two two six two two thousand six amax better.
"alan taylor" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Really yeah okay dead fish is humiliating fish will be somehow even more dead fish and you mentioned alan taylor and the dog world from the onset looking in seems to be the movie that had the most surgery performed upon it is fair to say what was it like being on the inside of that move into the reshoots significant rations yes yeah why think i think initially the the very well intentioned idea was to try to to kind of just rough up says make rugged as god it more as going with introduces a very is an immaculate city and you've seen the palace and you'd seen all the royal chime busy seeing the the public holes of state yeah you hadn't seen the pubs and you hadn't seen the corridors in hunting the streets you hundreds of so the design concept on the dark world was to try and route is god to try and get onto the earth of it in a way and it was quite serious in tone because of the you know the threat of these ancient the dock els was supposed to be a very kind of just a terrifying press and i think that will reshoot s because actually the the tone of film never quite lifted it actually an one intention trying to rooted in something almost weighed it down the reshoots trying to just vary the tone of bit so hydrated light and shade and the most interesting thing for me was about the about the dog quilt was that low keys so this i think is the first time i've said this in a public is so low keys death on spot line was written as a as a death.
Will Bill Cosby Go to Prison? What Experts Think
"Now there's a lot to talk about tonight the cosby verdict of course not hearing a lot of naysayers on that one but should eight eight year old bill cosby go to prison for his crimes that's our twitter poll tonight at lars larson shows where you find it i would say yes he should go to prison i would also say that i don't think he's going to go to prison because i think that the appeals are going to last for the rest of his life and i have a feeling he will not spend another day in prison i mentioned this idea that has come from a democratic presidential hopeful a young man andrew yang an american entrepreneur and the founder of venture for america he wants to give a thousand dollars a month to all citizens between the ages of eighteen and sixty four it's called universal basic income and i think it's a terrible idea i think it is a debilitating idea finland in fact experimented with universal basic income they are now walking away from the proposal or not walking away from their practice of it it doesn't work and andrew yang somehow things that it would that this proposal which would cost roughly two trillion dollars a year to put that in perspective the entire output of the united states all goods and services totals about twenty trillion dollars a year universal basic income would take ten percent of the entire output of the united states and handed to somebody merely for waking up and drawing breath that's it he says the size of our economy is now nineteen trillion a year it's almost twenty it's grown by four trillion in the last ten years we can easily afford a thousand dollars a month per citizen now can you imagine what it would take to take the federal budget because this is where it would have to come from an increase it from four trillion dollars a year to six trillion dollars a year plus of.
"alan taylor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Drive with alan taylor back with marc lasting he owns the twenty eight twenty nine eight thousand nine hundred twenty eight hundred year old car right and and it's going to be the last car that's going to be at the cars at the capitol event and you know god bless the people at the historic vehicle association and shell for helping to put all this stuff together and bring guys like you and your car out so people can see it so talk about roosevelt yeah one of the commissions that dr denison goes on is the commission to create the leave system for our men so this is the deal you can't just let two million men run a muck and in france they all would have gone straight to paris they would have eaten all the food in paris found every prostitute in paris and god knows what else serious this is a serious problem so what they did was they came up with the idea we're going to rent all of these hotels and casinos and stuff in these really remote beautiful resort areas usually reserved for royalty and a super elite and mrs theodore roosevelt junior she's the first woman set from america to a foreign country of war in history she makes her own uniform they put her in this car and doctored innocent drives are all this actual car and this car for two months on a commission to create the leave system for our men so they ended up creating thirty three different leave areas like i said she's the first woman sent abroad she's the wife of theodore roosevelt junior they're the only married couple to ever be in a country at war from the united states because literally weeks after she gets to france they changed the rules say if one person's there the others can't be there you know so they're the only married couple in world war one or world war two and not rule held all the way up into the twenty first century wow which is pretty cool right i mean it's just another one of those oddities that you know this car is so much history and you literally have it completely in original condition and that is what is going to be shown out here now where did you get the car i just got a backup where in the world you find this thing.
"alan taylor" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"We made which is i think it's on well we'll put it on the drive with alan taylor on the facebook page win this air so if you guys hear this on on the radio and podcast and what have you will post it because we did this fun little video sitting in the car with our friend sumit and some other schmuck that was in the back seat i don't know who the guy is but anyway from motor trainers i've joking i don't know the guy so truck no he's anyway point is that we were in the car fun little vehicle good driving machine just enough power because you know it's like to have power and and if if i'm gonna mash on the gas and pass somebody it better frick and do the job you know what i mean i hate it when they go they have to go doc and nothing happens you know i want to haul ass you know and it's true and and we both did and that's something that we were talking about because there's four trim levels there's an se and seal eliminated an ultimate and obviously when they're doing this for journalists they give us a top line models because they want to showcase all the features which is what the ultimate has they should as they should you're right but we had the one point six liter with one hundred and seventy five horsepower one hundred ninety five pound theodore but you and i both said boy this thing just gets up and goes and anybody who's driven around coda you know it's really basically a two lane highway and you've got people on on hawaii time which means you know no worries whatsoever so they can drive whatever speed they want but.
"alan taylor" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"With her gordon these training for out or true home about him catching performer okay turn on smart relief internal paint on the phone he's only directed alan taylor here and i wanted to share the news with you about the new haynes manuals online they're the worldwide leader in vehicle repair information and they now offer.
"alan taylor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Alan taylor by coming up next we have a guy that i want the ball 500 way back in two thousand six larry webster now at haggerty he was the editor in chief of road and dragged magazine i've seen the one through the guys are working on the injured this stuff oh yeah so the red line rebuilt go so we take we've we've done this six times now give you wanna ramsey we took a actually in the woods and traverse city michigan they found a four twenty six heavy engine i kid you not sitting in the woods drag it out and then he tear it down and they clean it up and they film it all they did took about sixty thousand photographs and then we put it together just do like a time lapse rebuild put music to it's it's really fun you watched the rebuilding aged from this dirty old chung of all to this beautiful engine that runs and up the videos like five minutes maybe what it's huge amount of in you watch this thing come back the life it's brilliant and i have to imagine it's got a few million views oh my gosh has got between the two scott almost ten million between framework and watching the jewelry but the way they did it israel full brilliant it's like days' worth a work in the camera is not only fastspeed but it's like slightly moving i don't how the hell they did that yeah they really love through it and i'll tell you a funny story about that after we got the video done and we said that we didn't have time to get the engine running before we how to get the video out ansari said okay well facebook live started the engine and i happen to be a dinner with the c o mikhael whose over thirty years built up this company in its reputation it is very particular about it so they start to facebook live the engines on a stand it's got its fabricated intake manifold and they start crank in it and it doesn't run you could see david what happened do us steve jobs with the apple you know what is first iphone oh no kidding any it was like it's like well you know there are a lot of people here out let's try this again.
"alan taylor" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Welcome back thanks for joining us some alan taylor mike at shirt and my guru when it comes to technology i don't know what i would do without you mike after a eur forty three years of knowing each other and are your your i think your love of technology makes you understand it from a whole different perspective which makes you able to explain it to to the smallest in the youngest or the oldest and the largest being me this is my favorite time of year as you know it is nothing more exciting than it coming to see us because you see everything that's nude groovy you know it is everything that's going to end and we see a first when we get to come here so it's a chance for us to kind of broadcasts to talk to the folks out there and radio land what we saw here but we found exciting and we've got someone a friend of ours who's been doing radio with us for quite a while over the years he's for panasonic he's peter m phantom or should we just call you pete pete there you go pu the vice president of corporate and government affairs for a very important sometimes i call myself vice president technology policy it's a little easier to say and it doesn't imply lobby covered if we just say vice president of time and space hey your took it might there you go that's the hugh of hereby been promoted congratulations go similar v money comes with yesterday without his up so what is going on panasonic this year because it's it's it's such a large company that makes so many wonderful products what's what's big 'cause i noticed much khoo camera stuff i that's for westford archer there is a bunch of cool cameras stuff might give you a quick overview bottom line we.
"alan taylor" Discussed on WCHS
"A asthma hall yeah it's oz mall with at three or fifty million dollars the roads are crumbling on the way into memorial stadium but the state evil a beautiful other going gonna remove the track from the stage gone they did that added good that's four three and fifty million right there that these have attracted eddie us up until like a year ago like the old stadium remember that is a bad that is a harry high school bad luck but that's gone that's gone you're still okay alan taylor metronews boards eight see what happens today well i got what are genuine 48 21 and i admit it could be a lot worse than that but after like hand who'd gone gonna hooker we fat not a copper to play here and uh you know get that we talked to take 12 bought where you play a little bit over you had that first home game uh the cop is heap upon bacon on that uh 48 21 not near lots of often forty eight twenty one at that's an interesting pick because eight t has a little bit of something the kansas today is going to give him a little propped today okay because we're all laughing about a blowout outsiders there's kansas surprise you a little bit too this what you're looking for right a little bit of as a lebron's yeah because you know i'm not hold onto quarterback up out of my daniel food the knowing wanted in reliable through the first three week so candid have a a really good dynamic receiver found fell off a gotta fix or kid they run out air and the red down in the thick kid i think uh i think they're gonna hit and path between a between bender note look at a think of real quick think about what you just said you're saying at gay kansi he picked them must read one by four touchdowns let me he still picking a blow right it's taught what he almost twenty some point victory their threats were the power and that's where the bar is with kansas area fair point okay rashid what happens today while think west virginia comes out and takes care business as i said earlier i think.
"alan taylor" Discussed on Outkick the Culture
"The event that happened this week was john sword which moremon had given to him opens its eyes or kind of starts to shine blew a little bit when john comes out of the water and alan taylor said one has to go back and look at that because i was not intentional so there are a lot of questions that were being asked about whether or not working with something that john snow could do in addition to what brand could do or maybe it was actually brands i in the sword or maybe it's the new light bringer who knows but alan taylor says that's absolutely not true there's a lot of theories that surround game of thrones but without getting too deep until one of them being brands working and bran actually being the night king and that he's actually trying not to turn people into uae walker's you have to go real deep into the mythology to try and get to that point i'm just kind of watching it and letting them tell their story without trying to read too much into everything or looking to deeply because united fun as it is again there's been so much stuff that's happened in these six and a half seasons i just can't remember it all and i know that there's something that happened a few years ago it's going to dispel what i believe is going to happen now so my theory remains the same that game of thrones likely ends in a generational situation where it all moves in cycles the same way society does that there's going to be another crew of white walker's in it's probably going to be a lot of folks that we have seen both die like ned stark for example war ramsey bolton havener whoever these people might have been cowan stark rob not just saw the star sono just mentioned a bunch of starks but no danny's brother and any number of other folks taiwan lancaster.
"alan taylor" Discussed on WCHS
"Tomorrow making an nc aa tournament appearance for the first time since the eighties west virginia set to take on the maryland terrapins actually ninety maryland terrapins tomorrow at two o'clock in winstonsalem north carolina we're joined now by alan taylor traveling with team h e how you don't buddy good man and it probably feels like eighty at a law the cake it on the hill decade's start to run together for me a give me give me your feel uh so far mean this is certainly not like a ball trip there is not as much run up to the game but there has been some preparations team get a chance to get on the field and take some batting practice and just kind of get the the feel this around ending in uh what's the feel so far well we knew going in wake forest at one of bet powerhitting came in the country era second renate eight ninety six homework but you know you you'd pulling the ball parking fee the three ten down the left ally in every hundred down the right go online and at what can west virginia take batting practice today ball forgive camping off the bat and and not just carrying out of the ballpark but even to write tenor you know carrying over the tree veteran uh better behind the wall and out it it four hundred straightaway nfl it's not a a bandbox i part but i'm gary a hill hit one day and and he's got four homers are here but none in la twenty games at one hundred day and stop waiting for per second look at everybody around the hagen said i don't get balked like that out so i dunno could be a good humidity are the the the the paris accord climate change is making the internet i don't know what by april good about their their swing today and they were pretty lay not being part of that also with uh the pact their planet painted they've got a little bit of narrative tomorrow in maryland yeah how much is that help alan that the west virginia faced maryland earlier in the year the the turks came back after west virginia took an early lead in that game and came back in one in college park but he think it helps i mean.