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"angie andrews" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I was a manager. Okay i was wondering. I was like who is. Who is this guy in me. And i saw him in another fight like holding. Bobby he is like so. He got bobby like that okay. He's manager perfect. I'm mvp or y'all it makes me. It makes me bobby. Because you're managing john those vibes to keeping. It gives me. Angie andrew on the bachelor he he also kind of kind of looks like him to identify on the bachelor. I also indentify with keithly. So i have to lose heath lee. His character is very like it's kind of this is going to sound really horrible. Sent me articulates. He's very busy thirty cents. A whole word Like like this range. He just like he. His his catchphrases bask in my glory whenever he does it is like a. It's like he draws it out. He says big words he's like he's so intellectual an issue of great character for him. It's like it's hard to explain. It's hard to explain. it's unfortunately he didn't get a promo for this. Oakland challenge crescenzi see the next sherry. He's the latonya stocks of the w we love smooth orator. Yeah we love there okay. I wish we saw that too. Because this was my introduction. To keithly. I didn't i wasn't around when he was around so i was like. Oh who's this guy. I'm a big fan of terrifies me. I said it on the back. Boy i am afraid of that man and he he. It's crazy because i was like. Oh is bobby you wanna lose. This match could force second thought. Keith had him. Bobby was struggling to pick them up. I i really. Oh my gosh. What am i watching here. But then i had to remember their bobby is basically goldberg. And well. I called it. Gobert with his own was a bio. I was thinking that the whole time i was like. Is he not give goldberg vibes..
"angie andrews" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio
"Which are always geared to help you sell your military life and then in just a bit. We will hear from our owner manner cherie to knob lock as she chats with. Gina suarez about homeschooling resources from the old school house. It's definitely a relevant topic with the current educational climate awhile. I think this will have information that. I'm going to be saving for the future before we jump in. Let's catch up super-quick kayla. Do you have any summer plans. Honestly nothing crazy right now. We're just trying to make sure to refinish some renovation. then make it through the summer. I guess my husband is going to go to ranger school in august so we got about her exciting. Yeah oh you have a deadline on your renovations. Do you think you have a date where it's going to be done Well we're hoping for like the main part to be done like within the next two weeks. That was awesome. Yeah and then. It'll just be like little like trickling pieces that'll be left. Which isn't bad. That is so cool. Yeah anything for you We are actually taking a really big trip. We are driving back home to new york to drop our children off. And then my husband james and i are going to be flying to hawaii. My good is that so exciting. I know we owe our ten year. Anniversary was last summer and we didn't get a chance because of the corona virus and so now we are going to take advantage and visit some friends. We know that are stationed there. So it's gonna be really excited so fun that'll be great. I know I love that we get to hang out and connect each time that we host but we should probably start sharing our resources. This week for a resource recon. We will be checking in with our band of bloggers in her post teacher appreciation and summer reading. Angie andrews rights seeing the teacher appreciation posts and finding that update about one of my former students was definitely reminder for me of how time flies. It's been eight years. Since i last taught in a school setting but as natalie goldberg wrote in writing down the bones you can't divorce yourself from parts of yourself. There'll always be a bit of teacher in me. And with that i'll pass along a little advice i summer slide is real and your kiddos will be better off next school year if you can keep them actively engaged in learning throughout the summer second reading is a life skill making literacy important for adults and children alike so when someone asks what your family plans to do this summer i hope reading makes the list and then she lists three ways to add more reading into your family routines. Oh my gosh. I love the beginning of our blog because being a teacher myself in kayla. I'm sure you understand this as well. It is truly wonderful to see all your pass. Students have accomplished yeah. I do really love that in with all the moving we've done. I've tried to keep track sort of of the facebook pages of like the schools. I used to teach at when they post like little updates. Yeah love seeing like when like a little one will have something pop up on there. It's the my actual favorite. Do you have any students have graduated since you were teaching. No not yet not haven't been teaching that long yet But there's like a couple of that should be getting pretty close. I have started in middle school. So oh yeah yeah you should have get close in. Yeah i have a few from when i was doing third grade and I have seen that. They've graduated so one they look so different. Obviously there so grown up. But it's just you know makes you proud like a proud mama bear. yes absolutely. I love that. I love being able to check in his superfund to. If you want to read more from angie's blog you can find it on our website. Army wife network dot com beyond our blog. We also have a ton of other resources that we want to share with you tune in for this week's empowerment patrol report followed by a health minute from the army surgeon general and then after that we will catch up on current events with our new six correspondent janine mcnutt first up this week's empowerment patrol report with amanda vicki's how low army talk radio listeners. I'm amanda macneice bringing you this week's and parliament report today we are showcasing army wife networks every day empowerment recipient meghan claburn. Who was nominated by our very own army wife network owner and commander cerita knob lock. Here is what shrida has to say about meghan. Meghan and i met through church when we were both stationed at fort bliss. It didn't take long before we knew this was a serious..
"angie andrews" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Maria Bartiromo and others included a hearing that the currency I director genus blocking declassification of information that will blow the spy gate thing wide open how they frame trump for fake collusion charge. Gina has who was in London as the framing happen the framing started with George Popadopoulos in May of two thousand sixteen. The British newspapers are already reporting that the British, the British where CIA currency a director Genus Bulwark while reporting on trump's activities on it as late as as early as two thousand fifteen. Spy and they used to fabricate and give the framing collusion charges the for the. Sorry. Did I just say that? Joe You'RE GONNA have to believe that out the bull blank collusion charges. That they in fact, use the. UK Aged. powerball. Beat, that out for the radio steel steel was a UK eight. The Guardian knew about this the whole time. Now. Here's where it gets really interesting. I want to show you an email and I want to give a big hat tip to our great friend on twitter undercover Huber who does some of the finest investigative work out there. I actually re tweeted this today because this thread is going to become very important, very fast according to my sources. So, Popadopoulos meets Downer on May tenth. The currency a director was in London at the time Popadopoulos meets down in London. This is where the frame job begins. Who else was in London on May Tenth Let me show you this email from the number. One official in the FBI worked right under Andy McCabe and Komi for counterintelligence. His name was bill price step. Where was he the week of? May. Ten, twenty, sixteen when this framing was begun. Oh look at this. Look at his email from pre step e W. Counterintelligence Division FBI he writing Angie. Andrew McCabe about mid-year exam. Sir. I will be out of town next week and so I wanted to provide you my initial thoughts sent. Friday may six. Twenty Sixteen May Say all right and kind of a retry Paula. That's what you're saying. He said he's out of town. He didn't say he was in London may tenth when George Popadopoulos was framed in order to advance the collusion hoax everybody knew was a hoax. No he didn't in that email, but someone else did in a text. Of course I always predict the evidence. So let me show you that text look at the date on this one. Oh. Fourth Twenty. Sixteen Peter Stroke who worked directly under bill priced them. Hey going back to them. Texas. Girlfriend is going back to that memo just remembered Jones wants something soon tonight or tomorrow. I don't know bill will read it before he gets back from London. Next. Week. You like to. I rarely get sound effects Polish he was like. Well. That's a whole different. Let's leave for a weekend show, but still you get my point. What the hell was the head of FBI counterintelligence doing in London with a currency I e director Gina Hospital used to work on the same week George Popadopoulos framed. For collusion hoax with Russia based on a meeting with an Australian diplomat. What was she doing? What was he doing over there? You'RE GONNA. Tell me with a straight face CINA has and know about it. Ladies and gentlemen. Give me a break. It all went down in London I've been telling you this forever. The British were onto this they know they're onto this they were. In the beginning hassle knew about it and they're blocking. Disgraceful. are a couple more quick things we'll get to the interview please spread this show around because spy gate stuff unfortunately but the new cycle we can't seem to break through we need it to break through. We needed to break through. This is only the most important story of our time. So Mark Meadows the president's current chief of staff former congressman from North Carolina an excellent man and a personal friend I might add. Mark Meadows knows what's up and he knows that GINA has spun others don't want you to see these notes indicating that this was president trump was framed and everybody knew it. There there's not a smoking gun again, this is a nuclear missile here. This is a MOAB, the mother of all bombs. They don't want this information out. President trump knows what it is. So does meadows here's Mark Meadows a brief. He's on Fox and friends, and he just casually drops this in that the president just recovered from. Koran. For virus or on the way to recovery I want to be precise I want to get ahead of myself. It's very important, but he's on the way to recovery. Thank the Lord. And one of the first things he tells meadows to do. is in get the stimulus, get all this other stuff because he understands the importance of what I'm telling you. The president knows exactly what's going on listen to what meadow says. It's one of the first things the president told the do check this out. Good Morning Nice to be with you obviously this is an day is the president continues to improve and is ready to get back to a normal work schedule. I eight thirty this morning, we've already had a couple of discussions on items that he wants to get done. Candidly is already tasks me with getting the declassification rolling. In in a follow up to. Requests that noon is that others? Interesting how we just slid that in there Seems almost inconsequential way he says it. Again tell me again how the president so stupid this is all GonNa get this all the time. He doesn't know what's going on. It's just. So over his head, he has understand the gravity of it. No, he understands exactly what's going on. Ladies and gentlemen the swamp is deep the deep state Israel again, read my new I this probably my last book I keep saying that, but it probably is I live right books when I feel like I, have some say. These people have been embedded like ticks for generations. You think this is going to be easy. The president knows exactly what's going on. We need those notes they spell out the whole conspiracy to defraud the FIS court and frame the president from the start and everybody listened to me when I tell you this everybody knows they're caught. That's why McCabe refused to testify up on capitol. Hill that's why Komi panic the other day and Capitol Hill said, he didn't know anything that's why hassles panicking doesn't want these notes declassified what the hell was the FBI doing in London in May of twenty sixteen when the president was framed and George Popadopoulos was used to do the framing..
"angie andrews" Discussed on IzzyLand Uncut
"And What she had to do in order to get that assistance where she had to essentially completely assembly to another culture the French Or there an, and once she did like they got around there like that and in an instant it you know whereas like the you know does in the in the other coach like they they had her. Essentially. Just just right there just right away in that in that toxic environment for. Over a decade and then but all it took was like. Less than a few weeks or up to a month for the French to literally get her out there and there was also an this. Why like a? Like humanity I, I really take the heart because. when I think about he I, I think about how the French they did everything. They could to get my friend out they. Literally, I believe her social social workers psychologists. When she told her story to them elderly went up to I believe the the mayor whatever like New Brunswick that's one of the providence's as she told them like, Hey, if you don't help this person, they're gonNa die this is and this is beyond standard policy you. You'll never see any therapists, social workers or psychologists do it here? No way but. then. When it came time to like transfer over to like I I care home. Her caretaking mentioned like Okay. So I. Take you over there something came up and where an happens but rather than let her stay there which she did she ashley made a compromise and decide to have someone from the Irish community come pick her up and send her over to the The to her, I care home and like you she was also staying with a friend who was also French but but you know she she can take care of take care of her by herself because also she was outnumbered. 'cause a these these people who just simply waste their life. They made up the May they mailed the majority and there was just this one neighbor that she was that she was temporarily living with like she can. There's there's there's so much that she she could do. and. there's only so much and It also the caretaker she she. You know she she decided to have someone from the arts community, pick her up over there and it's like debt. That's to me is a representation of what humanity I is all about you know and what? Angie Angie Andrew aim pushes for so. So that's why like when when I when I hear people say like humanity I but they don't really really practice it. Dissolved talk denied get pretty infuriated because I'm center go on like. The. French can do it easily late you know when they When they when my wife, my friend talk with them about her accommodations in stunner limitations because she's just she's not only autistic but she also has various disabilities due to the abuse. French literally said S it. It's like. Give us a challenge. This this is. Please I'm begging you. Like it or make me like do some dishes or made me rub your fee something it's like this is this I do my sleep I mean. But with over here, they're like, oh You had to do this by yourself. I use where we could do is against standard policy as what they always say it's against standard policy and. The funny thing about is that the Mo like the only thing they're quick get..
"angie andrews" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Amazing kids around the world photos. If you've got cool photos showing off your mouth, get in an interesting place. Please share it with us on social media using the HASHTAG. We can use Hashtag your light really these days. I think kids are hoster. Kids around the world, Hashtag. Kit around. Around the House and we've got a bell to for you this week. which is something slightly different? Make sure your tag mirth at Marathon. Talk and we'll choose our favorites. We only got a few this week, but one of my favorites is friend of the show Charlotte Proud. Who says happy Tuesday nothing better than a wander along the quiet key side up in Newcastle. Catch up and coffee with NATO Angie Andrews Hashtag. Happy Days Hashtag kit around the world hostile kits around the house hot dog marathon. Talk Loud sags. Gary Ludwig. Monday morning star from the week only got one t shirts piquet today have a good week. Hashtag transfer process as Gary. Thanks going vertical blind going on behind you that I do like. Vertical Blind. Right then we've got a Helen Boa at Hambo, twenty four now lovely picture here. She's got lovely frames. Do have a look at this if he can go big heart frame in the middle, and she says out Marvin Talk at Art of your. Success, beautiful day for a wander around Radley Lakes, so look to have this beautiful nature reserve so close to home and his clever. HASHTAG HASHTAG kicked around the corner from my house. And just? Little colored five beautiful pictures. One looks like with the door to is you and one of the Nature Reserve One of? Dragonfly, come away so dragonfly. Another one assumed docs. It's lovely. treadmill world records have trembled trembled goodness me was going on. Trembled I mean. Trek male world record. Tumbled I wish they use the word trumbull. Much better than it is better. So I, think we mentioned some treadmill world records on last week's show, but this this whole I mean I guess. It has something to do with it that lot of people are running inside. On treadmills about eight records on the treadmill have been set by pros in the chess key challenge. We got this from door at runner's World Dot Com who says Sarah Hall and Mario Menta. In a star studded cast stole the treadmill show on Saturday in virtual event organized by Renner Tyler Andrus. A bunch of Perot runners like Michael Hall Sarah Whole Mario Mendoza. Max King took on distances from half marathon to one hundred kilometers I think these are. Quite obscure records, so eight of them were broken on Sunday Mario Mendoza ran a one hundred kilometer. World record hundred. K. has long ran a treadmill. Thirty nine. Minutes and twenty five seconds beating the previous mark by. One Ten so? He said it was awful afterwards, pretty awful recent blood. Oh, gosh, it was awful. Yeah but Rene Matt. Aveer, she's broken three world records in one room. Looked like she was shot out of a candidate. The Star of Fifty K. treadmill record attempt first mile in six, sixteen, followed by six, zero eight. And then she just kept on going to blow that record. And then she broke the fifty K.. The half marathon record on the marathon record as well all longs. Tyler Andrew so broke. The fifty k. were recco becoming the full faith person right to break that record in twenty twenty man, some board elites at. The record to fifty, six, thirty, five seven eight program, a thoughtless Khyber. It's. The overall in the overall fifty K. record was two, four, three, thirty, eight, which.
"angie andrews" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"It's happening like it's a and and when I started to understand that it made me a lot more empathetic to the fact that well if your brain just if you haven't got to the place where you can navigate through that I'm sorry you know what I mean like. I'm I'm sorry that that and that's where people the majority of people exist in this state to where they get stuck and you don't know why you're stuck but you're just stuck and you can't get past this point and it's really not your fault because I gotta go back to where I didn't know better and then there's a lot of bad shit that I did some shit that I'm embarrassed about you know I was meaning and in controlling and all but my brain I couldn't get outside this space until something made me get outside that space. How do you make somebody do that without trauma Audi Room. That's that's the thing that you were feeling when you walked into the empty room right children real time and you're really experiencing it at a bodily brain level but you weren't seeing it couldn't. I didn't see it but it was it was there whatever it was and I can't put my finger on it completely eastern philosophy they believed that the trauma a stored in the body and it's even stored in your org apps and grams yeah and that's why I like you know one of the senior clinician supervisor iser dues been doing martial arts for like forty fucking years probably a lot longer than that since one thousand nine hundred seventy now he's sixty nine and he knows a lot of different stuff and he was one of the first ones to actually bring in like EMT. Not You know emotional regulation tapping certain points pressure points on the body crossing the Meridian line nine. What happens is is my trauma stored back here. it stored in my brain state right brainstorm. We always crack jokes because like people you can just see people who are stuck in the brain stem in brain stem and that monkey mind right and there's like different forms of tapping and that we'll release some of the trauma over time and then there's eat. What is it yeah. That's too you know all that is all. Em Dr is eft. Dr Especially in cognitive processing therapy. It's what I've learned from experience. Is that if I don't if I don't put myself in situations that are going to open up new neural pathways and this is what MDR's it's a trick trick. It's a trick that you play on your brain. That opens up neural pathways that have been shut down over here for four percent of my hippocampus is ineffective. The neurons don't fire. I think they're better now because I've gone through years and years and years of of this type of therapy and I put myself in situations that challenged me to grow but literally early and now we're talking on the physical plane right where we've gone. We've we've left the spiritual realm and just talking in terms of psychology and psychiatry literally literally. Those neural pathways are closed their clothes. You don't have access to him and who was at its Frenkel. Frankel talks about the space that you have between stimulus and response. It's very small to begin with and the more the trauma you experienced the smaller that that space gets but they're still something there and then you get to the point of the schizophrenic well. It's not there anymore. Now you need some meds is to open that that shit up because there's nothing you can't talk to that person. They've been completely shut down but in trauma. You have a little bit of that space there. That's why chemicals don't work you can't you can't use chemicals because you'd even if they're chemicals that doctor prescribed because you don't have that response time. It's not you. That's the that's the emptiness that you feel. That's the that's the not you that you feel. You've taken away that response. Angie Andrew sedated right so now society society doesn't have to deal with whatever it was. They thought you were an asshole at doing or you were too disruptive or you couldn't sit still in your seat or whatever the fuck it is unique. We you're disrupting the rest of us that a sedate you. They're taking taken the life out of you and I'm not to say I would not say to anybody who's on medication. Don't do it but you gotta do it with therapy like in therapy. He can only take you so far too. You know that therapy can only take you so far at a certain point. You just got a fucking work to put the work in and that's getting back to the dark. Knight is night of the soul. That's to face that head on because I've I. I did have some shit on recently like we're the business feels like it's GonNa. Collapse and I just had to say fuck it. Whatever happens is going to happen. It always works out right and but I had to be okay with the fact that it might not work out. If I take this risk the trickle down effect could be this. I had to say fuck it. I don't fucking care. I had to find a way to not really care because am I going to die probably not I'm going to take this risk because the pain of not taking the risk that I know I have to take is far worse than than then playing it safe. My question is so you say. Fuck it right and everything will be alright this and that maybe I won't see I say maybe it won't. I'm just going to roll with it though but the next day do you replay absolutely and you have to say fuck it again absolutely 'cause 'cause Shit. That's the shit. Hey I want to just say fuck at one time talking and you move on. I don't like I have to keep replaying the motherfucker like dude. I thought like the fucking chatter it's like. I thought we settled this yeah. I thought we buried this fucker. We said fuck it. It's all going to be good whatever's going to happen. What's GonNa Happen. But then I find myself the next day thinking about the same shit I'm like. Didn't we say fuck it. I said fuck it. Why is it back up in your that's. That's that monkey mind but that's that's that in your further along than most because thank God you experienced trauma and you've got to pull yourself aww out of it. You got to the other side. A lot of people don't so as the Buddhist would say pain is necessary. Suffering hiring is is a choice right. It's necessary. It's necessary to experience dark night of the soul now. Do Do you do it with a smile on your face. I always go back to Viktor Frankl and I think about the worst the worst thing you one of the worst things you can experience being in a concentration camp not knowing whether or not you're going to die from one minute to the next to be in that space and come out inventing logo therapy which has helped millions of people that is the Pitta me of what the dark night of the soul is. That's the extreme version of. I'm here but you're not gonNA. You're not can imprison my spirit. I don't give a fuck what she I don't care you know in unity the saying there's a power inside you that's greater than anything that exists outside yeah which is true and if you go in you can navigate your way through anything and Viktor Frankl man search for meaning. If you have a y you you can you can overcome pretty much any how but people lack the y you get caught up in the depression and the wise starts to dissipate and now you're just stuck so why not pop some fucking pills why why not that's the fuck it right. That's most people's fucking and yeah that that's the negative with. Ptsd my it was always negative fucking. I don't care I don't care provide. I don't care if I do this. I don't give made for some good stories but then the thing is you don't die. You just create a shift on the suffering mess and like sufferings a choice now. Why did I do that right because I said fuck it not now I now. I have to clean this up now. It's fuck it even more in fuck it even more until you can't fuck it anymore. It's either yeah well okay. I gotta leave the Earth plane. Let me take my own life or let me get my shit together. That's not always true either. You know it's not always true. Some people will go their entire life and then they get to their death bed and that's when the revelation comes. I wonder what that feels like to go. Your entire entire life just being miserable being miserable and we've all met him. You know what people that yeah as I think think about it. It probably feels good to have that one moment of peace to to get this bitch. I'm out there. Yeah I remember I used to be deathly afraid of flying and there's a there there was one flight that I flew because I had to and I remember coming back from New York. It was a short flight in my head. I could justify short flights because it's so short you couldn't possibly crash or anything you up you go down. It's quick one yeah so so I could get past the nervous but I remember this. One flight dropped. I think it was like ten thousand feet almost immediately early. Everybody was clutch in hands and scared and that's my nightmare so I thought it was mine to other than coming mid out of these these. PTSD alcohol infused benders where I got were. The EGO was gone other than feeling the unconditional. I love that I feel for my kids. I don't other than the psychedelic experience went with. Iowa and I don't think I've ever been more at peace is when I said fuck. It was a real healthy way. I was just okay with the fact that I have zero control that surrender. I have zero control over what happens right now and I'll be damned in this wasn't conscious. It just happened. I'll be damned if I spend the last moments of my life in fear. Fuck fuck it. That's the good fuck it. That was the I just remember how peaceful I felt all of a sudden something I was scared of my entire life and when it came it came time to where there were a lot of people on that. We thought we were dead. I mean that was a that was a drop shit hitting the ceiling and it was just you know that's a that's a very common thing with plane crashes actually so there's there's documentaries about this plane crashes where people survived and you know they interview everybody that survived and said you know was everybody running around was it dead limb and they're like no. Everybody was calm very calm. There was a lady over there on fire sitting there on fire and not this or anything just on fire. That's there's an acceptance about your fate except when you're is five minutes away there's a lot of acceptance. Now think of you could live your life like that. If you you could walk into these challenge day every day walk into these challenges in the the the peaceful way fuck it fuck it. Whatever happens happens happens and that you know what that takes. That takes absolute faith in that things are happening for me not to me. You got to get out of the victim mindset. I lived in that victim mind mindset except for so long why me why me why did I grow up like this. Why did this happen. Why why can't I get this right it lead straight to the abyss it because you feel that your life is wrong. It's rather than things happen happening to you wrong..
"angie andrews" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Boogie nights, the mask time cop everything like that. And so the those all three worked on this film, then you have Philip west grin in call hamp who both of them have never produced a film. This is a first time producing producing keep capacities like UPN, which is like it's like lower under the producer. But now full blown chesser. You got tool less weld in and learn who are all producers on expendable 's and London has fallen business fallen and those to me kinda showed me for this film hundred percent, whereas you had Lawrence, Gordon, Lloyd Levin, micro who are like part of the old, you know, cast crew the old gods. Yeah. Screenplay, angie. Andrew Cosby did the haunted TV series Eureka and produce two guns. Hell boys. Create by Mike ya'll cast, David. I heard that michelina also helped write the screenplay. I I just. just wrote. And then harbors stranger things. My I fell in love with him with black mass. Yes studio this thing. Yeah. But soy suicide squad and the newsroom meal Jovic who was in fifth element resin evil, fourth kind shot up to Scott Nobelists. Ian McShane I think just like Josh is one of the favorites. Who's in deadwood part scared being John wick excommunicate? Oh, yes. New KADO and confirm panda Sasha. Baby. Who plays Alice who's an American Honey MRs Karen post in heartbeats louds day, Kim who's in lost Hawaii five o shots. Anthony, Steve's the case. Oh saints row. He's gonna get throw also in Kato Cowboys, which is a YouTube series, and they made a movie, and it's really funny, and he's also in ledge of Corre and size cameo by Thomas church. That's the I I didn't know he's in it until the r rated trailer. But thomas. Thomas. Lost her sideways tombstone and a bunch of stuff through. Yeah. It's Georgia the jungle the film's Runtime one hundred twenty one minutes so one minute over two hours release April twelve twenty nineteen the budget was fifty million the gross on Saturday was four point eight million today at fifteen percent fifteen percent. So it's so it's like April eight million sorry. No, no, just fifteen percent audience. Fifteen percent audience score. Right. Fifteen percent critic scoring runs made up. Yeah. So what is it made back twelve million as of today? Okay. Wow. And then audience course at sixty six percent mile. So the audience liked it more than critics again. That is the and the vice that we have. Yeah. But with that brings us into our actual conversation of the show. Parts subjects. I can start us in the someone else wanted to. I was just gonna say pretty much anything meal. Jovic did onscreen. I thought her acting was superb. She was super cool like a really cool character. She really committed to the craziness of it all which I loved. My favorite part of hers is when she's sitting and watching TV. Yeah. In separate parts. I thought that was awesome breaking off a piece of the horn crown throwing it with super cool. Oliver powers were awesome. Like, I said, I would watch if they were like we have just a blood which movie I'd be like, yes, I'm one hundred percent. I also I mean, I gotta give a shout out to apes APN. He's my favorite the one hand. So like the four frame so that the fact that they put that in there may be really happy not in a post credits scene. But like in the actual movie getting to see the society that created him and stuff like that made.
"angie andrews" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Why did they get blown off? We'll find out now in waiting by the phone with bread and Angie. Andrew how you doing? Great. How's it going? Welcome to the show waiting by. The phone is what we call this. You met a woman in Keira through mutual friends. And then what happened after that? A couple of times. Oh, really well, but actually happened burnout. So I'm wondering what's going on? Okay. You said a couple of times in your Email. You talked about three dates so after the third date she disappeared which I mean, that's a long time. That's a lot of investment for someone to then goes to meet one day, you could argue but then three dates. It seemed like she, you know, you're gonna go out me three times. Into it. Right. Each other well enough that you might have a conversation about seeing each other anymore as opposed to just disappearing. Nothing. Okay. Well, we'll call her. We'll see if we can get her, and we'll ask some questions about what's going on. You'll be on the phone at some point definitely jumped in, and hopefully, we can figure out what's up maybe straighten it out and then pay for a fourth date for you guys. Okay. Thanks so much. Can you hang on for a second? You might say here you've got to hear what happens next part two of waiting by the phone after Benny Blanco in two minutes on kiss. Was gone. Love. Man was enough. Judge. Name. She said..
"angie andrews" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Think it's important for us to complete the border wall said that for some time at the same time, I wanna see government opened again, a lot of people are are hurting and more people will be hurting if we don't get the government open. So I'm working with with others in an attempt to do our very best to get the government opened again and also to secure the funding to complete the border wall. Yeah. Secure the funding. That's good. Mitt Romney seems to be there. Now, here's what I say. We do I say right now, the president should name people. He trusts like Senator Lindsey Graham like Senator Rob Portman. No, not to be firebrands, but level. Headed cut a deal, but conservatives Rob Portman for Ownby guy underbush longtime Senator now, I think two terms or three is Ohio in Ohio Brigham in their bring Sherry Brown. Whoever. Maybe he's running for president who don't do that dick Durbin on the other side. And Joe Manchin, and maybe center Lahey who knows and just say guys, I'm giving you permission to cut a deal because as long as I've been doing this show, which is nine years and doing television for twenty two years at FOX we've gotten very close to massive immigration reform, Republicans for the most part have been harder to deal with the Democrats. You now have a president looking to do a deal go for. I'm not saying that twenty million here illegally get citizenship. But you could store with Dhaka. Now. People writing me already saying, Brian you crazy. They came here legally, it's underwriting bad behavior. Let's go to negotiation in negotiations. You have to give and take when's the last time you bought a house. You have a punch list of twenty five things. I gotta get those tiles fixed on the back of the house. So I got a problem with the grill. There's some rusting there's some rusting around the meter and in the end you handed over to the homeowner. And the homeowners got decide either I handle this punchless punchless make them a offer. Do they want to write the check and do the fixes? No. But do they wanna make the sale? Yes. This is what has to happen. Give and take. And then our show is about who got the better deal as opposed to who's going to win the next election because I'm a little tired of that whole conversation in terms of doing the whole emergency action. It makes us look in a country, and it's just going to underline the anger between. In the to the next thing up, whether it's infrastructure security reform is is gonna be both sides digging. And saying you got me last time, I'm going to get you this time who does that help? Nobody. Hey, let me tell you, Angie. Andrew Jackson miracle of New Orleans for many of our new affiliates. The books out on paperback, go out and pick it up. And if you want to get it signed and personalized for any big event, coming your way, go to Brian Kilmeade dot com. That's also we could sign up for the recaps of every show like this one, including sound soundbites you sign up for condensed. It comes right to your Email box four free. Big our next to your phone calls, then one of the deepest thinkers out there. Ian, Bremmer he is watching secretary of state, Mike Pompeo continued to speak in a historic way in Cairo Egypt about failures over the past eight years in foreign policy, and how this administration's different, but after the prison abruptly and inexplicably decided to weeks ago that I'll be pulling troops out of Syria. He's got he'll some rough patches to house. He. Doing we'll play some soundbites and take your calls and discuss it with the in Bremmer. This is the Brian Kilmeade show. Wf holding.
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"Yeah. These are my two nights to catch up on all sleep. I didn't get earlier in the week. I'm playing okay. I get I get a little high for a playoff game. Guys got it's it's a whole different level. The guy we need to worry about is. Our next guest Zach Berman because he's the one traveling, right? It gets to spend the night or two in Chicago worry about that kind of sleep. Right. Zach. Hey, thanks for having young guys. Zack's with the Philadelphia Inquirer covering the eagles all season long and. Yeah. In the scrum. The other day with L, Sean, Jeffrey when he completely blasted the city people are upset about this Berman. I was in there, and I didn't perceive it at Dow southwest in Chicago, I just perceived it as Alcyone not really in the mood to reminisce. You know, I I asked him if he was emotional and all about going back there, and he essentially said he likes Philadelphia, Chicago is the place that he works. But it was it was more a way to just kind of reroute. The question to get to the next question. See? About this. And I just thought it was L Sean being L shop. This is a guy that before he he left here. What told us he loves the city like every single time. We talked. I love Chicago. This is a business. But I love Chicago. Love the fans. I just think he's been misunderstood again. He's a competitive guy. He's kind of a soft spoken guy. But he's still the same old alshon Jeffery who who's actually paid off quite nicely. I think for the eagles has not. Yes. And and to your point about Chicago. Jeffrey who? Leading up to the bears game. Last year was saying the same types of things just another game not really making a. Then answer the game. He picked out of all day. No. Sometimes he he kind of settled with you too. Thumb on Twitter at Z berm. That's a good idea for this week. And it gets the eagles side of things. Zach permit from the Philadelphia Inquirer. There's another guy that has they used to be in Chicago that I think was a decent reason. Why L Sean wet to Philadelphia? That's my grow the offense coordinator who was his position coach here in Chicago. And then again in Philadelphia, but what I'm curious about with Frank Reich leaving Philadelphia with John D Filipa leaving Philadelphia in the offseason might grow getting promoted into that offensive coordinator job. How has he been received in that job this year? And and I guess what can you tell us about the job? He has done as the eagles. See? It's funny because Mike rose been under a lot of heat this year. And some of it is is it's it's somewhat unfair. The reason I say that because the offensive coordinator job here is different than it is in a lot of other places that he doesn't call the place, and he was replacing someone in Frank Reich. Who was a very popular obviously went on to beat the colts. Eagles had so much success as an offense last season with Carson Wentz and with Nick foles, and and really through the first two thirds of the year this year they struggled offensively or they were inconsistent. I think when when fans reporters looked at what's different. It was easy to look at the changes at coaching staff but Doug Peterson year stuck Goodison offense this year too. How's he doing? There are adjustments there. And it's certainly support ater has apart a game planning and needs to be a voice in the head coach. But I would hold Doug Peterson or accountable for four when they're underachieving. Zack can take us through Saint Nick, the magic of Nick foles. How how real is this is it really history repeating itself. What is coming to Chicago? Yes. So the the pixel speaker, Nick foles. In full bloom here in Philadelphia, obviously Super Bowl MVP that. A lot of good things with the eagles. And then really took over team that that was almost left for dead at six for seven. I'm sorry at six and seven and three straight games here. Is first of all these extension of Doug Peterson. So really those two are in tune you saw that towards the playoffs last year. You're seeing that this year he's taking more chances down feel giving his skill players. The chance to make plays the goal alshon Jeffery, especially Sean, Jefferies numbers. The in these past three games knees. Five plus catches one hundred plus yards per game. A lot of that has to do with Nick foles giving out on a chance that they Claes on the ball. And and really the teams rowing around him. And there's there is something about Nick that that is that answerable quality that players and fans gravitate toward that being said, I covered Nixon tire career Philadelphia. I came back, and there's been games with the bad Nick foles to you can't dismiss those. And that's what I'm real curious to see about Sunday. When you see a defense that turns that can force turnovers at the rate the bears. Do that's an area that falls? Multi interception games in his career. He's one five in those six games. So real curious to see if that happens. Well, let's flip the other side of the ball. Here's Zach and Phillies giving up two hundred sixty nine yards a game through the year. That's third from the bottom in the league is Mitchell Trubisky gonna have a huge day here. Are those those stats if you haven't watched the eagles all season long? Is it not as easy to throw on Philly as the stats would make you think? Yeah. I I don't think it would be down the statue. A period there in the middle of the year, especially with so many injuries in their secondary. They just trying to figure out what to do on defense. You know, for instance, crave on the Planck bears fans. No, you know, the eagles signed him off the street, and he was blamed the next week, and they lost four of their top five defensive backs going into the year with that being said, they they've really started to stabilize things in these past few weeks, and they're they're coming off an outstanding performance against Washington and undermanned Washington team, but they shut out Washington and the key for the eagles defense, especially their past defensive for talk about it is is the pass rush. If if they can win at the line of scrimmage, they're going to be tough for Trubisky such a concert, especially is the player to watch their career high ten and a half sacks this year at six and a half. Tax during the month. He's. That's a match up you need to watch. Because if they can win the line of scrimmage, it's a long day for Trubisky of Trubisky time or he can extend blaze that secondary can be picked apart. Zac, give us an idea the injury situation going in this game, you know for the bears. The eyes are going to be on Eddie Jackson who we think is gonna play. But is technically a game time decision. The bears all pro safety on the eagles side. The look at the injury report. I mean, there's a few big names on here that are questionable. Jason Peters left tackle. I know he's been dealing with a quad. Michael Bennett has been been pretty good this year. He's got a foot in Avantis Maddox. I know popped up on the injury report this week with an oblique. What is your thoughts on on those guys in Nashville ability for Sunday? Yeah. So the first thing you mentioned Jason Peters. Michael bennett. I feel confident that they would be playing the thing to watch with. Peter's is if finishes the game there's been a few times was started to come off the field. Michael bennett. I know he's. But this is kind of the way they've on the past few weeks. Inside out. It's the practice has come back on Friday. He he'll play on Sunday productive Maddox is a real interesting one because he popped up on the court later in the week as you said and questionable for this game. He's he's been a big reason why that secondary is stabilized on the defensive stabilize fourth. Round pick who came back if you weeks ago. He has a story start that safety. Oh. They're more productive players surprise on the fence. And if she can't go that would be a problem. So that's the player outside watching. Freaky leases to see how how. Somali indication divert those Sunday, but you just want to see kind of the quality that is playing. Zik. We spent so much time dissecting Trubisky here and even dissecting the criticism of tribe to Trubisky here, I'm curious. What are they saying about him in the eagles locker what what are the defensive backs? Michael Bennett, saying about Mitchell Trubisky. Yes. Yeah. So what's your best? You know, they they solve less. Clearly, there's improvement dishes. Typically, I I I think the thing that don't be of which Bisky is is. Ability. And that's something that eagles have struggled with frankly against a mobile quarterback this year. Whether you're looking at. Shawn Watson can't Marcus mariota. You know, Angie? Andrew. A mobile quarterback. But it you talk about what the what did defensive players are saying about Trubisky really their focuses more on on stopping the run. That's that's kind of the the number one. The number one thing that defense is looking at the week is is how can they try to make the bears wants the bench and all that's that's not against Trubisky per se. That's that's kind of their attitude each week. But especially when they look at the game. And you look at the eagles bears game last year. What eagles were able to do against that bears rushing offense? I think Jim Schwartz defensive players. They're not won't priority. Is it's going to limit the Ron and at that don't try to get that pass rush. After for this look back Dame. Let's not think about that. Damn. Let's very that game. What was it? Thirty one two three whatever it was. The one at age twelve. So you got. Affairs to Heinkel eagle. Real quick for you. Go prediction. Yeah. So I'm done with this one. And I have a lot of respect for the defense factor stuff in one at home. But now I'm going with the better quarterback. You're not just see that falls opposes it. So I could be wrong, certainly that you know, the way what they said. But I'm going with quarterback this one. All right, please send us four Philly cheese sticks after the bears win by twelve. We'll see on Sunday Zach Zach Philadelphia Inquirer at Z berm on Twitter. We could talk some eagles coming back just raise up the tear here. What scares you about Philly? Yeah. I've watched a lot of tape this week on the eagles. I'll share what I saw. Also, we'll come back. And you know that prediction. There's interesting not that he's taken eagles. But the reasoning to me, I think it speaks to a lot of the conversation. We've had about Trubisky this season said it's so east. I'll take the better quarterback. Yeah. I don't know that he's the better quarterback while there's a lot of. I know I just said I would draft foles over Trubisky. But I don't know that it's for this playoff. I I don't know that it's oil in your draft, right? Or at all. Together. About the draft to like foles. Sure, maybe it's the better quarterback. But what about his competition like he's going up against the best in the playoffs? Right. Which is why I pointed out when I did that I would much rather be Mitch on Sunday going up the against the eagles than Nick foles going up against the bears. And honestly, I don't know Zach right? There was giving the bears defense enough credit for for what Nick foles is gonna face on Sunday. Anyway. It would have been nice. If you decide I'll take the more experienced quarterback was just a bigger those that was a salad Zing three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred you want to get into talks bears and the eagles. What scares you about? Philly ADEMA has a scouting report for us next. It's HOGAN John's seven twenty WGN. Five.