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"anna taylor" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:08 min | Last month

"anna taylor" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Real And they can make hers. They make an exception has curious power. She is tell kinetic in telepathic abilities. Capitalizing on some people would want but it's been delayed so long another Mad Max movie. Yeah Furioso people who don't know the game will get mad. Max Llosa a fury road type thing. The vacuum yeah exactly and then the people who know the game will get something because I mean they can. It's not as Pakalitha. This is more cyberpunk but and things but they can get close to me. I could see say a lot of dirt that makes a Lotta Sense. And now it'd be a good pitch to people. Yeah who just aren't familiar to the games themselves. Yeah it's just a post buckled movie. Yeah that's oversized. That will be surprised if they do not go. And take advantage of that and say you know we're just making home furioso type move so especially making a serious tight film before. Furioso MOVIE COMES OUT SHARE. Because they're talking about making a prequel for that. Yeah Yeah we can Anna Anna Taylor joy to be the characters on the kind of add some legitimacy the move again someone like Kate Blanchett respectability. Because you think move especially I mean Eli Roth. I'm not a big fan of the apparently hustle clock in its walls was was was quite good quite enjoyable for people. It wasn't Batman. Yeah wasn't bad. He's just the family film instead of horror movies. Maybe so man plus you know. Somebody's giving material to work with. That's true hopefully. Because they have another is he's not he's not writing the script someone else then. That's that's a good sign. He wants direct any wants to showcase all the blood and Gore and everything great log someone else writing all the dialogue between so yeah. I know this. I think this is a good sign things to come. We'll see in the end the day people say you there's George Miller I know he's not believe me but we'll see what he does man. I did like a little judge a fairly lock walls and Shit House in the clock and Encino. Everything's decide check. Maybe Bill House with the balls and the clocks and the ticket Let's see here. Oh Shit we got what happened. You're not going to his name. That's involved with this. You know his producing this. If this true what they say in the chat see here who gave me this Mr Man. Asthma he says Mr Yasmine is going to be you know man. Abia Rod Shiites Faulkner. Never Mind Iran. He is one of the absolute worst producers in existence. Right now you don't care about the does not give cares about toys. It's all he cares about Israel and many superhero film for so long the Spiderman movies and how involved in the spider man made series. Now he's like. What can we put a twain here? Can we give them a spider mobiles? No He's the. He's absolutely the worst song with this. Take anything positive. I said chat throughout the Goddamn fuck here. Better go in and be pleasantly surprised. Yeah all right Yeah they say he's Mitch a producer. So maybe maybe there's a couple of game as I gave you a toy. I probably executive producer. But you know Chad even talk what I say Shit. He's at least I don't know Aviad let's say let's your picture. Yeah that's what I'm looking for now. Ab arrived man. He's an he's producer of venom. You know most research. He's been a movies a thing. Recently that have been all right you know because he had this other people but he's all hell. Yeah he's just yeah. I don't think he's looked like the the driving force behind a lot of these things like he was before he looks like Goddamn Gene Simmons from kiss be borderlands..

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Weird Growth Experiment: What Neil Learned Spending $162,301 on Clothes

Marketing School

05:30 min | 3 months ago

Weird Growth Experiment: What Neil Learned Spending $162,301 on Clothes

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Patel and today we're GonNa talk about a weird growth experiment which is really what Neil learn over one hundred sixty two thousand dollars on clothes so Neil. This is fun episode. Because you're GONNA do most of the heavy lifting so what exactly happened here because he actually wrote something about this a while back as a blog post so tell us what happened so years ago when I was less known house out there hustling much more. I need to go back to doing that. I decided to try to run an experiment. Where if I dress nicer would I be able to charge people more money and make more money so I decided to spend a ton of money on clothes? I probably spend too much and when I would go to business meetings. I'll make shows super nice. You know and see if it would help me. Close more deals in generate more income. Got IT and so. Tell us the process here. I mean the the one hundred sixty two thousand. Did you pick out the clothes? Like what did you do exactly? What kind of clothes were you wearing at in? Pick why she closed or anything like that. I picked me these suits briefcases nice shoes. Think of business attire. But extremely nice business attire things like dull Jacobina Tom for burberry Tana Kashmir little beyond stuff like that Yup. Did you pick up the stuff yourself? I had other people helped me pick out the clothes so what I quickly learned is mainly did this when I was in Las Vegas and I was living there and I lived literally right on the strips. Also close to a lot of the shopping. What I learned is if you spend enough they actually come to your house with racks of Clothes Anna Taylor you. They don't charge you extra for that. They just bring stuff you try it on you get fitted and then once it's done they bring it back to your house and by the way I mean some of that's you still have that look like whenever people see you. It's not like you're wearing suits all the time. It's your worrying. You have a casual look but it's nice clothes correct correct yes well technically now just like a bum. There's nothing wrong with being Bomba. I dress really poorly at this point. I thought you're still wearing nice. You just like a bomb. But you're still wearing nice stuff. Probably might t shirts four hundred dollars so my point is when you look at Neil. He dresses fairly casually. But you can tell. It's still nice stuff. I think that's the point. I'm trying to get people to visualize it a little bit. So maybe let's talk about the before and after results before maybe you weren't wearing as nice stuff and then you started wearing nice stuff like what exactly happened. Can you share any case studies? Yeah so when I go to in person meetings to try to close deals Mike. Closing ratio went up from twenty five percent to forty percent which was huge and innocence brought me over six hundred ninety two thousand dollars in revenue now. That doesn't mean prophecy. That doesn't necessarily mean it pays for the close. It just means I brought in extra revenue and keep them on pitching enterprise big corporations and I think why it worked really well was is because people like all right this guy successful portraying a bigger company and yet. Maybe he's worth the price that he's quoting. I also do believe that its regional base. You know places like Los Angeles Seattle New York Chicago. I think it matters a bit more places like San Francisco. I don't think it matters as much. Yup that's completely true and I mean I mean the typical look as you're wearing like Patagonia vast or something like that and then you're wearing all birds and you're good to go exactly and I also think it depends what phase you are in life because depending on what phase you are in life in business Helps as much in Class A fear. Reid Hoffman Co founder of link Denmark. I don't think it matters what you wear your hundred percent so I mean that's a four point. Three X return to six ninety two on the one sixty two so I guess you know looking at things from a personal experience here. I used to just have a backpack like a normal back. You know meal night. We have a late friend named Brandon who he had kind of a similar back as I do. We look like school kids but once you switched up his backpack to a nice Pat toomey backpack. That's T U M I. He said like everything changed. When you went to route people will compliment on his backpack and then he would get seen a little differently even though he dressed casually. I changed my backpack and I know how to me backpack to and I will say I get a lot of Nice comments about it and people do the first impression how people see you. You'll get one chance to make it right so you know. Even let's say you still want to continue to dress casually that's fine. Maybe you look at the other stuff. Maybe the briefcase right or maybe look at the backpack because you do typically get a couple of nice comments about like Neil the briefcase you have generally. It's always something people talk about right not anymore because I have a child and she plays with the zippers breaks. It and all that kind of stuff in the east you. Yeah makes sense so yeah guys. I don't think you necessarily need to spend one hundred sixty two thousand dollars on clothes. I think we're just saying Zara or any place has affordable clothing. Alex Niccolo unique goes good. I don't know where you go for female codes. Nic Business Attire. It's not necessarily the price it's more so the fit. Yep exactly I that's a really good point you don't necessarily is spent thousands of thousands of dollars if you get a good Taylor. That's probably a little more important on to make sure things look fit. They look a million bucks.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I'm Ramona's first. Evil ex boyfriend. What we're fighting over a moment. Didn't you get my email explaining the situation? I skimmed it You know he also made a really good Real comic movie to with that. Yeah Yeah Yeah and it. This reminded me of someone's going to tell you but oh no no. It's just a on Netflix. There's this movie. Call Ramona and from Romania. But it's it's all English English. It's one of these high school sex comedy movies but it is such a blatant shameless ripoff. Scott pills we can the Romanian knock off. Now they don't have any superpowers stuff but everything about it. I'd like even some of those shots with where it comes with a triptych everybody's face reacting at the same time. It's just I read about it. Let me check this out and I was like. Oh what is doing? Its own thing. And then it's tunnel like guys come. Had No money to do this but the reason why I brought up Edgar right is because he has a movie coming out a horror movie last night in Soho. I didn't pull up. Any pictures. Are One picture because so many pictures you can see online production shots and whatnot I'm looking forward to seeing what he what he'll do and return. Har and hard. That's not even like I don't even think like Shaun of the dead comedy. Har He's doing straight up Har Har Har Thriller and everybody is in the Har- yeah man. If you WANNA make money you gotta make hardly be Anna Taylor joys in it. She's had a big year for name. Pop Up on a lot is it. Yeah In I was never a never read the books. I was never a fan of the movie that came out but I know that I know that people have been trying to get property right for years so I'm looking forward to seeing they do with doom. Oh Yeah Frank Herbert's Dune. Yeah what's the director of the De Ville Neuve? Yeah the already put out some art for this yeah trailing hearing that they were remaking Dune again. I was like man when you're GONNA GIVE UP. But he's the one doing I was like Oh okay. Yeah and also with With the watchmen series. The Damon. Lindelof WATCHMEN. I was like okay so you somebody can make these unfilmable things now. They can they really. Can you just have to you have to be bold? You have to understand your problems and be willing to make the cuts or do some different things. Yeah and until something. I'm looking forward to but until I see something it might have been higher. Melissa I might be get lower because something that hard to film I think is better suited for television. Oh absolutely I don't know why they're trying to go the movie route with this scene. How they've done with certain properties that work better on television but if they got. They tried to go on television. I didn't work out. He did okay. Those don't need to be made but he'll be. Are you talking about books? So Yeah Dune is something that I'm looking forward to very much again since I don't know too much about I just WanNa see if they can get this property right. Finally I've seen some of them seeing some of the What's his name? The movie Generosity not not no. I wish I wish that crazy. Look y'all should see the guys at one time almost want him. I love how the first half of that documentary some everything he wanted to do. Like yeah man. They should have stopped him. Then we start going on about how he's going to be six hours long Some studies done. You Know David Lynch's always thinking of before but Geraci Joe Wozniak that motherfuckers crazy man people. You gotta go see this. You can find it somewhere. You have to see the documentary about this dude who's GonNa take doom and make nothing that resembled. That's the funny thing. It's like okay. It is a huge book. I guess six hours except that he wasn't even going to make the book read. Some of it was like yeah. I'll go off and do my own thing species you mouthing with the Thomas Joke idia monopoly key data hinting Daloa alias. De.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

12:09 min | 10 months ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Through this as reasons to be cheerful with Camilli abandoned and Jeff Hello Hello I gotta very unusual request this week gone from Ed's. Oh yes so so so you take some of the other day you WanNa tell people you texted me about that. Basically friend of mine is having a big birthday and she wanted did some June's now in the nineteen eighties and was wondering if I could. Dj and I'm sort of into jail. Nick ground is not my natural skill set well this this. This is what initially struck me as interesting that somebody would ask of you. If you're thinking they might be mistaken. Identity Minister Another is in her phone I'm like why why don't you think she was asking Jeremy. Maybe share a possibly so. Why did you think she was asking you to? Dj in the first place you're not known for it no so I think I think we've mentioned for a long time and seek confession todd and university though some Labor Club disco was something that I tried to persuade to come to be nobody there which was true labor. Club disco felt like a contradiction on the grads. who were the coolest people take on the planet? I think I remember her saying that she walked in to see me and so lots of crates of drug beer then sort of fled so maybe the maybe this is a sort of way of saying you know what I missed that policy where nobody turned heart but this is the association in her mind of you and in discos which can't be true of many people on the planet people can admit you should give people a little bit of a insight into your excellent choices were so ed said a need some cheesy easy party music from the eighteen nineties and I did. I did run a mobile disco as a teenager about this goes Michael Steele ropy club. Did lots of people come to well. I have to say I wasn't that great. That's it you surprise me so I did one GIG older. Maybe like nineteen twenty where it was somebody's wedding reception reception at macclesfield liberal club and nobody danced all night. I tried every single different style of music. Nobody danced danced at all except for in desperation I on losing my religion by rem which the dance floor then filled then unplayed something similar to that straight afterwards emptied again that was the only song that and I was so embarrassed that at the end of the night I squatted down beneath my disco decks tax behind the flashing lights and I just sat on the floor until the room emptied because I couldn't make eye contact with the people whose wedding DJ ruined so I've got a certain amount yeah exactly it was it was just a wet. Did they not do the first arms now. No I mean it was the reason for why why was my religion so appeal don't know unless they were a bunch of people who recently lost their religion. We I've got no idea I mean if anybody can espouse any theories on that feel free to email is reasons seasons cheerful podcast DOT COM but I'm slightly worried that you've asked me for advice and you know that that is some of my experience of mobile. Give people some of the highlights. Let's hear sweet. Dreams are made of this by the rhythmic Gimme GimMe GimMe Abba Congress of my head. Kylie tainted love soft sal. Wake me up before you go go walking on Sunshine. WHOA like an Egyptian. Things can actually get better. Don't stop believing hey jude which I thought was interesting. That's the end of the night you won't believe as they will really yeah Paul back do do. I'm really grateful so you stand there behind the Dang though you don't get on the mic can do some patter. Here's one that's from the chance but not from our hearts is demon. Things can can only get vesa. Maybe maybe I could have a phone and you could tell to say the evidence of watch yeah. That was a good idea. Well let let us know I will. I didn't play any song with actions in there like a conger or the Birdie Sung or anything. MCA Yeah didn't put Ymca AMC. Should you ask him for cheesy and I left out the YMCA. Failing Inadequacy cheesy knows it's great. It's great list well. Let us know how it goes trying to explain to you how to use spotify was a lot like trying to explain to your grungy how to use a video recorder there or thereabouts right yeah. I work looking progress. So what are we talking about this right then this week. We're talking about voter registration. That is a general election in the offing and we have a real crisis in this country of people being registered millions of people. We still think are missing from the Electoral Register. There's there's a big gap. Between voting of older people and younger people that gap is not always been that some people think it has but it wasn't that thought you forty years ago but it's there now how we we we took into an organization this country that is trying to get people to register to vote and organization go my life my say somebody from the resolution foundation shirow done research on voter turnout among younger people and older people and some of the reasons for that and we'll be talking to somebody from the United States that they've got real problems with voter-registration but one good thing they have done. I is around a people registering for driving licence automatically becoming registered to vote and we're going to be talking about what's what's happened in a particular state. Oregon around this issue and try something new on this week's podcast something cheerful people through so many people doing doing great work in so many different fields and basically had tonight. How do we get to meet that person and have a little chat with them so we're going to do something new on the podcast where we get somebody on for five or ten minutes at the end just chat to them about what they're up to and this week is Anna Taylor from the UK student climate network. They are arranging in this big climate strike this coming. Friday and we're going to be talking to her about that. So what's your reason to be cheerful. I went something amazing the other night now. It has come. I'm up in conversation on the number of occasions. The markets the other one is vital says it Beatles obsessive and the world's Best Beatles historian is a guy called Mutt Louison. He is going on tour around the country talking about the Abbey road album and he invited a few people the other night select a select few people apple Beatles neuropathy lamb to watch a preview and I got to go this film of his show. It's a live tour around the Abbey road album people should go and see it and when it goes out on tour as of next week. It's going to be a couple of hours long. He was still at the editing stage so it was three and a half half closer to four hours and I just got to sit and Wallow Im- Beatles Trivia and facts that come across before he's unearthed a tape of the Beatles having a board meeting mating which changes your understanding of how the Beatles ended. It's so good and I got to go and see the extended version. So that's my reason you weren't bored after three three and a half hours okay it could have been six hundred as far as I was. Yeah yeah fidgeting interval. I mean I was at school and the finished thing isn't going to be as Nerdy as this is going to be for you. If you're interested in the Beatles also if you're interested in music and culture generally it's going to be around the country. The tourists called Hornsey road. Not Happy Road and I won't ruin why that is that something you can find out when you go and see what Lewis and talk about Abbey road sounds great and talking of events that go on for a few hours 'cause I went to a wedding last week of somebody who very close to me. He used to work for me. Jill Cuthbertson and I'm really delighted for her. She got married in Scotland fantastic weather which is not always true in Scotland so he was in Perth. She's married a lovely guy called Mo.. He used to remember special adviser but that put you off. I'm really happy for her. She basically worked her socks off for me. Run my diary in and really run my life. I was felt guilty because I kind of think. Maybe it's one good thing about me. Not Becoming Prime Minister or another good thing which is I fear that Jill would not have got married. Dole we'll find out how but she'd have been spending time with me. there is a sort of cools in effect here. which is a you know me kind of losing the election and Jill becoming happy for the best yes maybe people who disagree on that kgo eight anyways lane but I'm really pleased for her specific cheerful. Jeff we're joined now by Laura Gardner who is research director at the resolution foundation and was the author of that foundations vote team volte-face reports on on voter turnout and Medico Band who is co founder and CEO of my life my say and also labour councillor here where record podcast in in my attic in Stoke Newington. You've been on the road along. That seems to have gone what's going on. Is that cuts I mean had array of course we can countable. Actually they're always very difficult constituency. You've got an jeff is basically one of Philip avoided the question to be so so. Could we start by asking you how has turned out in UK. Elections changed over time both overall specifically among younger voters. Okay sure so if we look back to say the sixties which is the period since which we've got pretty good data there was a big drop in turnout it kind of started in the Early Ninety S. I think the low point was two thousand and one turn that was below sixty percent in that election having been mid to high seventies in the sixties and seventies been slowly creeping back up since then closer to seventy percent in two thousand seventeen but still quite a bit lower than the sort of post war era when you think about age there's been uneven stock changed so some people think that you know young. Some people have always been a bit disengaged with politics quite getting themselves together and therefore always less likely to vote. Actually that's not the case roll back to the sixties and seventies very we similar turnout for younger and ODA groups may be slightly lower five cents points lower for younger people big gap opened up in the ninety s so throughout the twenty first first century young people have a much less vote than older people. Maybe twenty percentage points less lightly. If you compare those in their twenty s those seventy so we've had a decline in turnout Evro true but I think even more importantly a big turnout got opening up by age of you. Look at what the reasons are behind that. I think I've got three reasons if you can bear with me Taylor quickly so the first one is whether you vote in election has become more related to when you were in whether you voted in the previous one and young people have become much more like to vote in their first elections which they are eligible so we've had a drought less likely so much like the election was there. I say that's happened and then that's had a stronger apart dependent stronger fee through affect subsequent elections second one renting private renting much less likely to register when you're renting privately. That's become more insecure. We know that many more young people are renting privately today than previously less attached to communities may be moving around more kind of hardly surprising that you're less likely to get on the register and vote the third one relates to attitudes so when you ask young people whether they care about what happens in the election. There's been a big drop off in the proportion that cares. It's the ninety s so I think we can look at you know that building the habit young in terms of first time voting big problems that we know exists for lots of reasons in the private rented sector feeding through to Democratic engagement and something about how engaged young people as a big group with politics..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"The way, it marketplace dot org, but polls and headline numbers are one thing people's stories of their economies or another. And that gets us to this latest installment of our series. Mike Connie I'm Anna Taylor from Atlanta. Georgia, the owner operator of Taylor properties..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Put the name of Kobe bean Bryant when talking about Kobe, Leonard, I'm just warning you this is like a parental guidance warning, Los Angeles, you know, what people are driving home on the freeway and you're about to play this. You can tweet Kellerman. All right. Don't tweet me don't tweet while you're driving. You're going to be don't do that either. Right. But I'm just saying like eventually tweet Kellerman. Here's what Kellerman said today on I eight when Norman Powell of the Toronto Raptors said that has played in a Kobe esque type fashion. It's actually a better player under pressure than the great Kobe Bryant Jesse is no one had more heart than Kobe. Coby not scared of anything. Anything could Coby was the best bad shot maker who ever lived. He would take a lot of bad shots under pressure because he knew he could make them. But just look at how often he made them compared to what Kawais doing quiet takes higher percentage shots and makes them more often under pressure than Koby Bryant. Did I'm not making it up when you try to derive the pistons. I know they're both gonna just assert that I'm wrong. But when you say, oh, just can't look at the numbers, you understand statistics or records of events when they say in late in close games. Kobe Bryant shot inefficiently his team got less efficient. Those numbers are records of events that occurred. We could go back and watch the video, and you will see they all occurred Kawai Leonard under pressure ain't missing. He's already been a finals MVP and that was before he was in his prime Kawai. Why Leonard is also playing defense under pressure like Hawaii is one of the greatest he's in the conversation for greatest defensive player who ever lived. You don't even really think about is offense except right now his shooting sixty percent from the field in the playoffs of a former finals envy. People for his primary shooting sixty in the playoffs. Best offensive player, including Katie was also in his prime, but quiet not playing with Steph and clay so under pressure. Yes. Why is better than Kobe was that's hot take right there? I mean, I can just pour cold water all over that in like, two seconds. So here's what I would say I would say that look coli Leonard through the first two rounds of the playoffs is having a a set of games in the playoffs that no one not permanent players ever had. I mean, literally you have to go into shack to have that kind of efficiency. But it is only two rounds of the playoffs is what I would say. Should I should I pour the water on it? Now. You wanna hear Stephen is reaction? I I think I heard it. I saw okay. Go ahead. Real quick. I think you are completely focused and what you've seen from Kobe Anna Taylor..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A friend to kill the husband of that female friend is connection to that woman. Not exactly here, nor is it clear why he would want the Mandel Plymouth township police arrested porter last week on solicitation of murder charges that carries a penalty of up to life in prison as well as computer crimes. Porter expected to appear in court this morning or more details could be released the prosecutor says she will not release much more pending this trial. He's been placed on a half million dollar bond. Anna Taylor, reporting wives, Sandra McNeill, WW, Jane is radio ninety WGN news time nine oh. Four Detroit's Dan Gilbert in the national spotlight again this morning co hosting the C NBC morning show. He was asked if he now owns more property in the city of Detroit and the government. I don't know what's in the government or the penalties coffers these days less than there used to be. But certainly didn't do it alone. Becky, not only in our organization as a lot of people were years and years, and man, there's a lot of companies and people in the citizens have been there for years and years to and they were on their way. And we came in did our part in, you know, we're lucky to have a high team member counts over seventeen thousand full-time people in Dan, Gilbert and his companies own over one hundred city properties. He also took the opportunity to promote the upcoming PGA stop at the Detroit golf club in June. It's a big deal for corvette lovers as General Motors confirms the long-awaited eight generation of the sports car will be unveiled on July the eighteenth. And there will be some big differences as we hear from WW as auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert from photos at GM has posted on social media. It does appear the new corvette will change to the exotic mid engine design as has been reported and driver says the base model will. Five hundred horsepower GM isn't really saying that much. Here's what president Mark Royce told me at this year's auto show. Very.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Once they get FOX they're going to have FOX time. They get is movie. I just don't see this thing. Going theaters being Hulu, and I'm ruined for to be on blue. It's gonna stink. Right. Like, I think it's going to be terrible the re-shoots research they need. Essentially reshot over half the movie, right? And I know that while the cast members had some issues with the director phone assay. Anna Taylor joy was basically stormed off set or something like that. Like, she was very upset with the way the movie was made. So I don't have a lot of high hopes for this. I don't know if I'd want to release on Hulu, would you? I'd rather not go to the feeders to see if it stinks much. I think it being on Hulu buys some buys a little room for me to not think it's such a bad movie when it inevitably is a bad movie. That's typically what happens for us. Yes. That's why we did our twenty eighteen lists. And I almost wanted to put the Cloverfield paradox in there. But I restrained myself because I was like that's a put that on Netflix. You can't do that. That's fair did take. Yeah. Very very good. Take take. And then one more piece of news is for a first Andrey of three hundred today wants to live and read at flicks lands. Extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. It's going to get probably theatrical run in the fall for award season. Which sounds like they're gonna push pretty hard for Zach gift from that is the Ted Bundy movie, and then the Irishman which is going to be a huge score says he probably the biggest movie Netflixing ever released in terms of hype and Oscar buzz now Roma obviously might win best picture, but the buzz is different especially in the United States with Martin Scorsese him releasing movie like that Robert deniro Alpa chino bunch other people very big movie that's coming in the fall as well. This is big news for for Netflix planning to movies like this. They've had Irishman for Weil, but with Roma coming up probably the favorite for best picture could be huge year for Netflix tied Turner for streaming movie platforms. Did we put the Irishman on our twenty eighteen most anticipated listed one of us do that by excellent anyone did did either for? But again, the only thing we've seen is the picture of Robert deniro in those stolen. No, Honey, I said twenty eighteen like I felt like last year. I accidentally thought as a twenty nights on my list. So I'm prepared for this movie to come out because in my mind, it's been coming out for two years one year. Honestly. Yeah. Don't think it should be good enough is definitely on the tickets far as their original content goes like they're still shooting out. I would say like maybe like a thirty percent. Clint like most the stuff they make is not that great. But the stuff that they make. That is good is very good. Like all the boys have before. I liked the lot Romo was great. They make some other quality stuff like apostle and few horror stuff, whatever. But the serious moves have been. Okay. So I have some decently high hopes for this love, Robert deniro..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"But like it's not like it's probably easier now that it's ever been still can't get their shit together. Just people are kids at their hiring. That's I think that's what it is. You know, most books to this. What do I anyways, let's get to the glass review? First of all, I'm really excited we can get to talk about a new m night movie. That's part of the John Jonrowe that we cover. What's the m in m night Marantz Morelli Mostapha Mustafa that's racist. Hold on. That's a good question. But I wanted to say to the listener if you haven't seen the movie like all m night movies. You do not want to be spoiled going into movies. We're going to spoil the shit out of this movie. We're probably going to spoil the ending of all of his movies. So hair is your fischel. Spoiler alert. You've been warned. His name is Manoj Nelio to Shamila m night. Shyamalan manoj. It's monotonous notes. She was born in Monterey put Sherry India raised in Penn valley, Pennsylvania makes us direct debut in nineteen Ninety-two with this first movie praying with anger, which I've never seen. I didn't even know that was his first. But glass directed written and directed by m night Shamlan starring James McEvoy, Bruce Willis, Sarah Paulson Samuel Jackson. Anna Taylor joy Spencer, treat Clark, the kid from unbreakable all groans up as David Dunne, son. It was kind of cool to see him. And of course, m night himself. He loves to do little cameos in this movie. And this cameo was kind of cool because title together for first of all this is crazy that like nineteen years. We didn't know we were waiting for this movie for nineteen years. Right. Who thought in two thousand unbreakable came out that we will get to see David glass back on the screen together. Nineteen years later rotten tomatoes for this movie. Here's where it gets dicey. Thirty six percent. Which was the average five point one out of ten right? So yeah, great. The critics were not fans, and I can kinda see why we'll get into that blitz even made any monies because this is the movie that had a production budget of twenty million. We mentioned that he financed this himself. Yeah, he paid for this shit of actually mortgage the property of his to pay for this movie. Right. So you know, that's kind of that's ballsy. I love it opening weekend makes forty million dollars. Right. Not bad domestically right now. It's made fifty two million dollars worldwide one hundred six million dollars on a twenty million dollar budget. I would say that's a financial great return already. Yeah. In six days, right? I think he made his money back. I think you need like triple or double to make your money back. Right. So split in two thousand seventeen ended at one hundred thirty eight million domestic right on nine million dollar budget. Do you think this thing gets over one hundred million domestic? No, I'm surprised split made that much money that was like a crazy sleeper. Hit once word got out. What it was? No number people liked it because James MAC voice performance. Yes. Mcevoy was amazing. And is also amazing in this. So Martin Luther King day weekend. It opened a forty seven billion. Rugs. Why why don't you start off? This is this is a crazy movie. I fascinated with 'em nights career and his ups and downs. The fact that he's he has a vision. And always does what he wants to. He. He became known for doing this twisty anything. And then I think that that trope kind of started to define him in in a bad way gift in a curse at the same time..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"But like it's not like it's probably easier now that it's ever been still can't get their shit together. Just people are kids at their hiring. That's I think that's what it is. You know, most books to this. What do I anyways, let's get to the glass review? First of all, I'm really excited we can get to talk about a new m night movie. That's part of the John Jonrowe that we cover. What's the m in m night Marantz Morelli Mostapha Mustafa that's racist. Hold on. That's a good question. But I wanted to say to the listener if you haven't seen the movie like all m night movies. You do not want to be spoiled going into movies. We're going to spoil the shit out of this movie. We're probably going to spoil the ending of all of his movies. So hair is your fischel. Spoiler alert. You've been warned. His name is Manoj Nelio to Shamila m night. Shyamalan manoj. It's monotonous notes. She was born in Monterey put Sherry India raised in Penn valley, Pennsylvania makes us direct debut in nineteen Ninety-two with this first movie praying with anger, which I've never seen. I didn't even know that was his first. But glass directed written and directed by m night Shamlan starring James McEvoy, Bruce Willis, Sarah Paulson Samuel Jackson. Anna Taylor joy Spencer, treat Clark, the kid from unbreakable all groans up as David Dunne, son. It was kind of cool to see him. And of course, m night himself. He loves to do little cameos in this movie. And this cameo was kind of cool because title together for first of all this is crazy that like nineteen years. We didn't know we were waiting for this movie for nineteen years. Right. Who thought in two thousand unbreakable came out that we will get to see David glass back on the screen together. Nineteen years later rotten tomatoes for this movie. Here's where it gets dicey. Thirty six percent. Which was the average five point one out of ten right? So yeah, great. The critics were not fans, and I can kinda see why we'll get into that blitz even made any monies because this is the movie that had a production budget of twenty million. We mentioned that he financed this himself. Yeah, he paid for this shit of actually mortgage the property of his to pay for this movie. Right. So you know, that's kind of that's ballsy. I love it opening weekend makes forty million dollars. Right. Not bad domestically right now. It's made fifty two million dollars worldwide one hundred six million dollars on a twenty million dollar budget. I would say that's a financial great return already. Yeah. In six days, right? I think he made his money back. I think you need like triple or double to make your money back. Right. So split in two thousand seventeen ended at one hundred thirty eight million domestic right on nine million dollar budget. Do you think this thing gets over one hundred million domestic? No, I'm surprised split made that much money that was like a crazy sleeper. Hit once word got out. What it was? No number people liked it because James MAC voice performance. Yes. Mcevoy was amazing. And is also amazing in this. So Martin Luther King day weekend. It opened a forty seven billion. Rugs. Why why don't you start off? This is this is a crazy movie. I fascinated with 'em nights career and his ups and downs. The fact that he's he has a vision. And always does what he wants to. He. He became known for doing this twisty anything. And then I think that that trope kind of started to define him in in a bad way gift in a curse at the same time..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"If you're going to kill him off like a sequel was not necessarily begin with. But I just I don't I don't know. I just I didn't connect the whole cert act didn't connected. I didn't get it. And again, I think he wanted to be a satisfying ending the story to rail. It just feels disjointed it just like why just kill them. Maybe son turns out to be eaten to maybe super new the prequel to new mutants Reagan. I mean, Anna Taylor Joyce. I forget which means she plays. But she is in fact meeting. Our audience gave it a sixty five Trebol gave it a sixty. I still don't know yet. I'll split the difference as sixty five for now. Ken, Jack fifty. Yeah. Bummer bummed out by I. I thought it'd be really good. I think the critics not the percentage that we know the percentages represent the score. But they have like, I think forties or fifties. That's touching on the low side. I do think it's a little better than some Craig's or painting. It I think he does take some chances that do pay off. And it looks fucking great. It's no after earth or the last heir bender. Your check two of the worst movies. The last twenty years the glass. All right. Let's wrap it up with some movie fights, which couple aren't even movie fights. But let's debates we usually have the audience vote. But since we don't have a guest this week. It's going to be the to voting outbreak tie. If I have to all these all six of these were nominated by our audience putting up two things against each other taking the winter..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"If you're going to kill him off like a sequel was not necessarily begin with. But I just I don't I don't know. I just I didn't connect the whole cert act didn't connected. I didn't get it. And again, I think he wanted to be a satisfying ending the story to rail. It just feels disjointed it just like why just kill them. Maybe son turns out to be eaten to maybe super new the prequel to new mutants Reagan. I mean, Anna Taylor Joyce. I forget which means she plays. But she is in fact meeting. Our audience gave it a sixty five Trebol gave it a sixty. I still don't know yet. I'll split the difference as sixty five for now. Ken, Jack fifty. Yeah. Bummer bummed out by I. I thought it'd be really good. I think the critics not the percentage that we know the percentages represent the score. But they have like, I think forties or fifties. That's touching on the low side. I do think it's a little better than some Craig's or painting. It I think he does take some chances that do pay off. And it looks fucking great. It's no after earth or the last heir bender. Your check two of the worst movies. The last twenty years the glass. All right. Let's wrap it up with some movie fights, which couple aren't even movie fights. But let's debates we usually have the audience vote. But since we don't have a guest this week. It's going to be the to voting outbreak tie. If I have to all these all six of these were nominated by our audience putting up two things against each other taking the winter..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We don't know about the record this year. We don't even know. I don't think who the quarterback is going to be, but the most important element is recruiting. What's going on there? Well, there in decent shape. If that's, you know, a couple true freshman on campus this year. Bryce Thompson, Anna Taylor have really made a big impact in precent cap. You're going see those guys on the field, but they've done pretty well in recruiting. There. You look at the guys that they've got, it's all about beefing up both sides of the line. I think Jerry knows if you're gonna rebuild Tennessee, gotta do it on the line of scrimmage, and there's a bunch of guys that are tipping three bills that are coming to Tennessee next year and they've got, you know, one of the best of in the country, wanting Morris, pretty solid, commit to them and they're in the mix for a few others. And so that's sort of BB goal for Tennessee right now, they're in the top fifteen. There's a little bit of upside. They could. They could recruit their way into the top ten by the time that you get around. And to December early signing period, then wary national signing day. But ultimately it's about rebuilding on the line of scrimmage, and that's where the focus is for Tennessee and they've had some success twenty nineteen. In in building from the recruiting standpoint, we've already mentioned the problems out there geographically Clemson to the yeast, Georgia, Alabama everyone. I mean, this is no longer in Tennessee does not have a lot of players as as as everyone knows. So what's the path? How does Tennessee jump ahead because it's not. It's not like you just have to jump over one school. You have a bunch of them. Exactly. And I think that's one of the things I was talking to. You know, Randy standard, the old Tennessee assistant couple of weeks ago and he was telling me that, you know it is tough because you gotta you know, when you go recruits up, you've got to be Clemson, South Carolina antenna and Tennessee's had some success in twenty nineteen class in Georgia. You know, you hear the lot of, you know, Georgia flavor in their class, which is a good sign, but you still got, you know, consistently beat Georgia with the way that they've, you know, built their program. That's that's tough, you know. But that's the big thing is you've got to go out of state a lot. And there's obviously going to be some some tight competition. You thought about trying to get guys out of Florida, trying to win in Atlanta and in Georgia. That's a problem for Tennessee. But you know, that's the thing in Tennessee has had its greatest success. When the the brand has been strong and they've been able to go into those states and straight up, you have to win those toe to toe recruiting battles. Kids have to say, yeah, I see my state programs that I wanna leave. I wanna go to Tennessee and you've got to create a program that the tractive out of state students and that start with winning as well. David, what do you see in covering that program being around there every day that would make you believe that Tennessee is going to be something more than just an ascending program? I mean, I mean, there are there are a lot of variables, but Tennessee has not been relevant so long. How do they become not only relevant but incredibly important. When there's a path for that in your one. But I think the biggest thing is that you know, kinda straddles the line between being, you know, the players coach and the coach is going to get after you and really coaching pretty hard, but that culture and that approach that sort of straight shooter approach has kinda resonated with players and they've only had three guys leave the teams Pruitt took over and one of them was like backup kicker. So the fact that they came in and bunch of guys that they did not recruit and didn't necessarily after them to be there have stayed there. And you know, we Don in Congo last week guy, I think could have a really big year for them this year. It was kinda talked about like this..

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"anna taylor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on WTVN

"We haven't seen anything tampering with election infrastructure so far in, the upcoming elections not like we did in the two thousand sixteen dollars so wait a minute Rosenstein said that, there wasn't any intrusion in the infrastructure in two thousand sixteen But I thought I heard a muff a double check this you know, I'm listening to this on the fly with a lot. Of things going on. So we have to allow for the remote possibility that I heard something incorrectly But I think, Rosenstein when they announced those Russian indictment said that the infrastructure. Of the, two thousand election which means look votes in the polling places Russians nobody did. Anything because they couldn't not one vote was changed not one election outcome altered And that's what Chris race are we haven't seen any Russian involvement in voting. In for well you wouldn't because there hasn't. Been any voting yet. Other than the early, voting But He then, said, no we're mostly concerned about here is the information warfare that the Russians are engaged information? Warfare, yeah because you see the. Russians they're out there and they're. Fakes they have, bats and they have fake accounts in their all over social media in a Russians are out. There trying to influence are all really. Yawn that's what we're looking. At we're paying very close attention to the information. Warfare, now my an Tanna go up. Folks when I start hearing, government people talk about monitoring information warfare because there's something gets in their way usually and it's called the first, amendment But now you see how this. Is, going to go the Russians are. Everywhere the Russians are coming, the Russians have been the Russians are going to be back the Russians might upset everything we need to know Now so far we haven't. Seen any infrastructure meddling, yet but information warfare so a request is going to. Be made for there. To be monitoring of. Information warfare sites and so forth where ostensibly bad acting Russians. Might be lurking about that. We need to dispatch Kirstin Nielsen who is the secretary of homeland, security she wanted to answer the reporter's question about, the validity of. When you pull a lever and she said well now what we've done we are, in touch, with all of our partners at the state and we have encouraged them. To have audit systems Yeah we have audits just a we need to be able to show. The next day, that, a vote for x.. Actually happened and so I have urged all of our partners in, the states to make sure they have audit procedures You mean we don't I guess. We don't hanging chads Audit procedure so we need we need to be able to show that even if the Russians interfere, and even if the Russians metal and even if, the Russians get into information warfare even if, the Russians get into the infrastructure we need to be able. To show when you yanked lever What happened was what you intended to happen now If we're going to do that while let's talk about Russia's and are the Russians the only one that trying to cheat. Don't the Democrats try to engage in front net one illegal immigration is really all about aren't. Illegal immigrants being registered to vote in sanctuary cities Aren't people who are not citizens of this country being given driver's licenses And nobody's looking at that. No everybody's looking at the Russians the Russians, are under such a microscope they couldn't do anything. If they wanted to and yet they're going to be blamed for everything if the Democrats lose Let me grab a call here. I've been remiss we have some time before, the next break this is. Von in San Diego I'm glad you called, great to have you here thank you I'm a millennial Trump voter. Who's actually hitting thirty as, well, congratulations and I have a. Very unique perspective but I never hear. Given so I thought I'd call shirt strong, words encouragement with your viewers to carry us into. And through the midterms The first is that where a movement of love I, have a new girlfriend who's not political at all and I was watching a Trump rally, and she walked in and sat? Down and said why? Is everyone wearing red. Hat is that his color she honestly knows nothing she sat down and watched, the rally with me and she was rolling laughing. Cheering and all around loving Trump, and the crowd she was amazed at the energy but, most of all of the love. That was shown which I thought was? Very powerful where was this rallies and the ego You know this rally was maybe, two months ago where it wasn't the mole now I, don't remember I don't remember it. Was on TV oh you weren't there No no. I've been to many rallies myself but we. Watch this on TV and, and she now is tuning. In for, today she tune in for two days from now she doesn't care about. Any of the. Politics she just. Want the energy the. Love, from these rally And I have a second story that's very powerful, and it's that we are movement for all people my very first Trump rally was in California I have dragon energy, like Trump and so, I wanted to be first and the, media can be harsh and draw. Doubt I thought maybe we are all white men like me. But I, went to the, Trump rally and I was first in line actually tied with the. Man is a Muslim an immigrant from Iran he had voted democrat for forty years but. Now, he's. All in pro-trump the next guy, that shows up was a game Andress impeccably Anna Taylor super his grandfather and this. Is eight hours before the rally in the. California heat the next gentleman was an eighteen. Year old young Mexican boy, with the back of peaches He was there because he was embarrassed what these illegal immigrants have have done too okay We get, we get the picture I'm out of time I don't mean to be rude, I I the only question I have is how do, you know what a woman, didn't what a red hat was doing if you weren't there. I must have missed something. But I get the bit about how broad based and diverse the, Trump rally crowds are. That's absolutely hear.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Oh bone is a horror story it is not exactly like the orphanage but it has some of the same feeling some of the same seeping dread and it's about these four siblings growing up in a house isolated from other people it's sort of hard to describe without giving away some of the plot points it's the kind of film it's preps better discovered in the process of unfolding than described but it very much has the feeling of almost a turn of the century novel it's visually beautiful some of the images look like something out of vermeer essentially the use of light is a particularly beautiful but it's also in a way a conventional haunted houses story where there's something in the house with them and there's a question of i what it is than what it wants than what it can do anna taylor joy is in this movie you've seen her in many good horror films and our house widow favorite and george mackay is also a really important part of the story i think the two of them together give this film a lot of humanity that kind of help it rise above a jump scare ridden horror film but it also just unfolds in a really surprising and interesting way and it premiered at tiff and then just sort of sunk like a stone now it's theoretically coming into theaters although i've been unable to find a place where it's playing it's doing the usual like super limited run slash vod release so people will be able to broadly see it as of april thirteenth is when it comes out for whatever reason it's not really being advertised or promoted any way so people are going to have to make the effort to seek it out on their own but i think horror fans that do particularly fans of gothic horror particularly fans of surprising distinctive horror are really going to enjoy this film a lot it's called marrowbone and it is a very beautiful film keith what about you.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Yeah i'm glad that we're getting all the directions but both actors are fantastic and this movie they're both terrific the film i'll just give a little bit of the setup i don't wanna spoil things it is about these two girls who one of whom olivia cooks character recently slaughtered her horse put her own horse down and so she's looked upon as kind of a crazy person and she reveals that she does not feel emotions the way other people feel emotions and anna taylor joyce character is sort of emotional eave pent up even though she does kind of have raging emotions beneath things and they form this kind of unhealthy bond where they reinforced the negative aspects of each other's character which leads to violence eventually and anton yeltsin is also in this movie might his last film i'm not sure if there's something else that's gonna be released after not making any more dan to say i know i just don't know whether it's the last movie released i think i read that he's terrific in it it has been compared to heather's it's not quite as like expansive or satirical as heather's it started out as a stage play that was originally how the guy thought he would ride it and he realized he was making a movie instead but it's has some of that flavor of play kidnap originally was made yeah yeah he was a stage play then he was like how am i going to do this car chase on the state you'll make it a movie he'll be a real kuda kuda batra tatra than that but i liked it a lot and it's kind of an ice cold character study slash sort of a thriller but not really it's very good thoroughbreds in theaters now or at least when we recorded the upset.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The silver dome at ford field and one hundred million dollars plus renovation of ford field this past summer i don't think that there's going away anytime soon however he says they are trying to bring the nfl draft to detroit in the near future veloping right now on the east side officers in grosse pointe regard close right now because of some sort of the police situation with details yet and what's going on there but ww jay's charlie lincoln is checking it out we'll hear from him later this half hour news time said that they would read their tweens texts or other social media in order to find out more information about the party and about forty percent of parents said they were tracked their teens location on a cell phone to see if the child was where they were supposed to be dr dianna lights w w j newsradio nine fifty www news time five oh seven police near brighton are investigating a deadly accident involving two motorcycles and a sports utility vehicle green oak township police say twenty three year old south lyon man died anna taylor man is in critical condition after the motorcycles they were riding crashed into a jeep that was pulling out of a driveway sunday afternoon the motorcyclists were wearing helmets the livingston county accident investigation team is helping to determine who was at fault a state senator from east lansing wants to allow some bars in michigan to stay open longer on the weekends democratic senator curtis hertel introducing a bill that would allow bars and restaurants in big cities to stay open until four a m on the weekends and holidays.

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"anna taylor" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"anna taylor" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Fantastic so yeah so what anna taylor joy signal from the vich yeah vich she's extraordinary looking she's such she almost looks like an alien i also screwed up i've have seen the other girl before alluvia cook she was the girl in me earl in the dying girl came out a couple of years that was a really good movie she's great a very small cost and then anton yeltsin's last thing it looks like yup maybe who was chekhov in star trek but he was in green room he's an incredible actor he's tragically died he got crushed by his own car a couple years ago so side and then paul sparks is the only other guy i recognize stepfather and the mother is played by someone we recognize i think i think so anyway really will give you the basic plot so this is a very doc film and basically it begins with a girl who is probably best described as a sociopath i i think that's fair so hinted that she's been involved in something pasta violence with something with a horse in it's it's sort of looted to in the first ten or fifteen minutes of the film but she's difficult girl she's associate path and she goes to a friend's house to be tooted right they were like childhood friends growing up they've split like they've gone their separate ways and now they're back together maybe forcibly so anna joy joy and intelligent character lives in this very palatial i guess it's like connecticut connecticut this sort of gorgeous mansion which is right next to a lake and it's this extraordinary.

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