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Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:08 min | 1 d ago

Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

"Protests continue across Myanmar more than a month after the military took control there. The military has responded to those protests with tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and live bullets more than 50 people have died. Reuters reports that protesters have begun to string up women's clothing on lines across the streets to try to slow down police and soldiers. Security forces have arrested more than 1000 people. Including man Marsh, civilian leader on some sushi she has had to trial appearances. Both have been closed to the public and Attorney has not been able to meet with her since her arrest. That attorney is Ken Mang Jaw. He joins us now from Myanmar. Thanks so much for being with us. Yes, Yes. Thanks. How do you represent a client that you haven't been able to meet with? It's a must that I have to meet with her because we're doing that client and the lawyer. There must be a private meeting to give constructions like this. If the intensity my clan doesn't have that chance, there will be injustice. What do you make of the charges? Because I read them through. And they seem to boil down to the fact that she had six walkie talkies. Yes, we'll lose six walkie doggies found in our residents when the police raided there she was charged for illegally in boarding those six countries. And this again charge is for breaching the instructions on the communications concerning with those six walkie talkies. Why is it against the law to use the walkie talkie in Myanmar? This new specific regulations about rocky doggies? But if someone use and Elektronik applies is that bus and must apply for that instrument? As I'm sure I don't have to tell you on some sushi has been under a lot of criticism, of course in the West and at home because of her silence on the massacre of the Rohingya people. How is she viewed in Myanmar today? At this moment, she is the victim off the middle. She use a vision off power. That's why I have to stand for her. And moved off the people in a country stand for her. I understand. You served nine years in prison under the previous military regime. Yes. May I ask, sir? Do you feel safe now? I don't feel safe. But it's my duty to stand for dogs and city and also for the students and demonstrators that has bean put on trial representing for them. Yeah. Do you believe that Anson Souci can receive a fair trial? On Santa Jesus. No chance Fed fire. He cannot get legal assistance hey, is now kept in communicator. He can not get open trial. But as a lawyer I have to trust that judicially so I am hoping for the best, but I prepare for the worst. And the worst would be more violence. Maybe maybe Do you think the trial will bring more people out in public to protest in the military will crack down again. There's a possibility for this. What would you like people in the United States to know. Today the United States is in the full friend off liberty and democracy. Then government of the United States, together with its people help and assist in always, it means to regain our democratic ways and it was elected the government. In Monk's are is the attorney representing Myanmar civilian leader Ahn sang sushi or trial is scheduled to resume March 15 Qinglong, Joe. Thanks very much for being with us.

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"anson" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

Unreserved Wine Talk

05:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"anson" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

"Or coming up to valentine's day which reminds me of a matchmaking story. My mother shared with me recently. Oh my grandfather was in the hospital. Someone gave him the gift of a ceramic cube that holds picture on each side. One of the prepackaged photos came with that was of an attractive young woman in her twenties. My grandfather told the young man in the bed beside him that that was his granddaughter and he really should meet her. The young man was interested but alas she never visited her poor old grandfather the entire time he was in the hospital the in great. I just love his humor. Okay on with the show chain. Anson.

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‘Keep your guard up’: Top California health official gives Thanksgiving guidelines, explains travel advisory

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:18 min | 4 months ago

‘Keep your guard up’: Top California health official gives Thanksgiving guidelines, explains travel advisory

"Cases of coronavirus continuing to rise at an alarming rate. California health officials making new recommendations to curb the spread of the virus. Scapa CASE Might Blunt Has this report. Eric upon epidemiologists and deputy director of the California Department of Public Health Center for Infectious Diseases, says the state's cove in 19 positivity rate has risen to 4% when you compare that to a couple weeks ago on October 29 Our test positivity rate is one point higher a point higher than two weeks ago. Pon says. Hospitalizations and ICU rates have also increased by more than 30% in the same time period. But with the Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching California health officials are concerned those numbers will go even higher, overwhelming hospitals with newly infected patients in Sacramento County health director Dr Peter Beale Anson says the number of cases tripled since Halloween. And he's worried that Thanksgiving Day could lead to an even bigger surge. Single day that I'm most worried about in the entire year of 2020 is Thanksgiving Day, for obvious reasons. It was gonna be wanted. Everybody gathers people coming from out of town Beale instances, local hospitals are currently able to handle search capacity, but that could change if there's a significant increase in a short period of time. However, for the first time this year, he says, there's a light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine on the way for this Thanksgiving in for this Christmas and Hanukkah and Kwanza, etcetera. Just do it the way we've been doing for the last eight or nine months. Do it meant by your household. Just your own family. It will be a credit kind of India well may not be accredited Christmas and Thanksgiving may be more fun than usual, but you have to do it on Lee. One time state guidelines for Thanksgiving Day recommend limiting gatherings to no more than 90 minutes, keeping it to members of your own household and staying outdoors as much as possible. Spite state guidelines, which limit all private gatherings to no more than three households, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Governor Gavin Newsom and his family attended a birthday party without least 12 people for multiple households. Last Friday, Newsome later issued a statement saying he should have model better behavior. Earlier today, the California Department of Public Health also issued a travel advisory stating that people entering the state or returning home should self quarantine for 14 days. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says Californians must remain vigilant

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Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 4 months ago

Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

"Yeah single arena. It's about decentralized ownership and control democratic access to a anson robotics is about. How do we make i interface with people in a compassionate loving way which both deliver immediate value to humans like if you rollout compassionate loving robots in metal alba character education context and it can help the the better suck in human culture and human values because it's interacting with with with people in the really direct way now the the core pursuit of agi itself. I've been pursuing for many years. Through project open cog which is an open source general intelligence platform. And we're we're now building. A brand new version of open cog called hyper on. And we're actually. We're spinning off a separate company. From singularity net cog true which is basically building commercial. Applications on top of the new open cog system now. But but it all connects right. Because the the the agi systems true gi will build using open cargo hyperion. I mean these use singularity net as a decentralized platform and they can supply intelligence among other applications to hanson robots into our joint with hansen robot. So many you have you know. We have a whole ecosystem which is dominated by by big tech companies. But we're sort of looking at making a in a way a parallel a ecosystem which is based on a decentralized networks and which also is using a broader variety of of algorithms than big tech companies are currently focusing because i mean deep. Neural nets are great. I was teaching deep neural nets and then in the nineties him as a spare time. Weekend musician having a huge amount of fun would like seek to see controlling their own models for music prediction and so forth. So it's it's very cool. What these neural nets can do on the other hand. I think the only doing a small fraction of what you need for human level general intelligence so with both open cog and trade gye singularity net and answering robots. We're looking connecting together multiple processes. Some doing neuro met some doing budget go reasoning. Some are doing evolutionary learning. They're doing many different algorithms in there. They're cooperating together deal. The sort of emerging intelligence. I'm not. I think. I think that's going to be critical during during the next phase. I we've had a boom with diener for certain narrow. Ai applications and the next boom which i have referred to his agi artificial gerald revolution like that they i revolution i think is gonna be driven by synergetic combinations of a number of different technologies working together and then there's various methods of doing the combination right now open cog one way of doing combination singularity nets and other so it's a lot of stuff going on absolutely okay so a couple of different things This a little bit. So i think for the listeners. Singularity net is a way for any type of intelligent systems to interact with each other. Is that correct. The singular basically like a a at a sir is a sir in. Ai solution as a service so that others can honestly singularity by orientation is about a by software architecture. It's just a way of taking docker containers. Running compute prophecies that have published their api's and allowing these these computing prostheses to pay each other rate each other exchange data give answers and outsource outsource work to each other. Some a customer needs something known. Say documents summarized they asked. They put a request out in the decentralized network. Who can summarize documents right then. Ten agents keke. I can summarize documents than they negotiate define which one they worked to pay summariser documents. The documents summarising agent may do the work itself or it may to some extent. Say well wait. This document hasn't images who can summarize images and we'll send out a request to a bunch of of other agents network that can summarize images but then you need you need payment systems in here. You need reputation rating systems. He needs security. And you can have collections of agents that habitually work together to deliver certain functions in some that only live on the back end and do medical in something and don't ever talk to to

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Three shot in Kansas confrontation over Trump yard signs

Part Time Genius

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Three shot in Kansas confrontation over Trump yard signs

"People in Kansas are injured with gunshot wounds after a confrontation about political yard signs the Topeka Capital Journal reports. Police say a man confronted three people who he thought were stealing pro Trump Lawn signs on Saturday night. Matt Matt Anson, NBC NEWS radio Top

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Judge halts Tiktok ban hours before it was set to go into effect

Sean Hannity

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Judge halts Tiktok ban hours before it was set to go into effect

"Judge is blocking the Trump administration's ban on TIC Tac from going into effect. The temporary injunction came just hours before downloads of the video sharing APP or set to be banned due to TIC Tac's parent company's links to China. Matt Matt Anson, NBC News radio.

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Candy Sales Rise During Pandemic

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Candy Sales Rise During Pandemic

"Research from eye Our eye in the National Confectioners Association shows sales for candy have gone up 13% over the last year in the month ending September 6th. The increase in sales comes as the CDC explains the risk of trick or treating and how Halloween parties could continue the spread of Corona virus. Even with the warning, New York governor Andrew Cuomo said he isn't banning trick or treating completely this year. Matt Matt Anson, NBC NEWS radio

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McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the twenty sixteen race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the twenty sixteen race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

McConnell says Senate will vote on Trump high court appointee

"After Ruth Vader Ginsberg death the big question facing Washington is whether president trump will nominate someone to take her high court seat and if the Senate will confirm that when Anson and Scalia died during the twenty sixteen race president Obama nominated Merrick garland for Scully as seat and hopefully look to the GOP led Senate I hope they're fair the very next day the Senate will not confirm this nominee John Cornyn and fellow Republicans did not even give garland a hearing saying the next president should get to make the pick this year though GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the full Senate will vote on a trump High Court nominee Sager mag ani Washington

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Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death he's nearly certain to set off a heated battle over whether her Supreme Court seat should stay vacant until after the November election Ginsberg's the first sitting justice to pass away since Anson and Scalia who died during the twenty sixteen presidential race then president Obama nominated Merrick garland for school leaders seat but Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell refused to act before the election the next president whoever that may be is going to be the person who chooses the next spring court justice but McConnell has said he would move to confirm a trump nominee if there was a vacancy this year Sager mag ani Washington

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Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Ginsburg's death likely to set off battle over election year nomination

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death he's nearly certain to set off a heated battle over whether her Supreme Court seat should stay vacant until after the November election Ginsberg's the first sitting justice to pass away since Anson and Scalia who died during the twenty sixteen presidential race then president Obama nominated Merrick garland for school leaders seat but Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell refused to act before the election the next president whoever that may be is going to be the person who chooses the next spring court justice but McConnell has said he would move to confirm a trump nominee if there was a vacancy this year Sager mag ani Washington

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California Creek Fire Zero Percent Contained, Chief Firefighter Says

Environment: NPR

07:22 min | 6 months ago

California Creek Fire Zero Percent Contained, Chief Firefighter Says

"The People Fighting California's wildfires include our next guest chief. Chris Donnelly is spent twenty two years as a volunteer firefighter in Huntington Lake California. Good, morning sir. Good. Morning Steve. How are you this morning I'm okay. We've reported a lot on the sheer extent of the fires. How have you been spending your days where you are? Well we we began this this fight probably on Saturday morning about six am and what we did I was get all of our people out of Huntington Lake. Huntington has about probably five hundred and fifty summer cabins in an additional hundred and ten. Condominiums, we had thousands of people at Huntington and Once I had is on the fire, very clear to me that he was going to burn into Huntington and lives were at stake. So we spent most of the time getting people out. Well, I'm glad you've been able to do that. But of course, because of course, we have been following stories of some other resort areas, vacation areas where. There for the summer there for vacation there camping have had to be evacuated emergency ways. you said you got is on the fire can you describe the landscape the way it looks to somebody who's never been there and what the fire looked like. Yeah. Honey. Lake is quite unique word seven thousand feet, and we are the reservoir for a very large electric generation facility. That's two thousand feet below us. Virtually down a steep just just a cliff. and. So when I heard a sheriff's deputies go through our area to begin evacuations about five thirty in the morning on Saturday. I called our dispatch and and and they told me where the fire was. I drove down there about fifteen to twenty minutes away. And look down into the Canyon to about a thousand feet below us and saw flames and new as soon as the morning wins started upslope of Valley. That that was going to be a threat to Huntington. So I recommended that we do a mandatory evacuation at Huntington and began that vacuum evacuation about seven thirty. Our our teams, we we knew this was coming eventually with so much deadened down and the droughts over the years. And temperatures have been drier and well, it's been hotter and humidity's dryer. So said so much deadened down is this mostly forested area that we're talking about This heavy forest. Read for in white for as much as eight feet in diameter. And Bark Beetle infestations probably killed a third of that forest and Ecorse was. Caused by not not too much water much hotter temperatures in the last ten or fifteen years. and. So we have a lot of lot of fuel out there in the forest. You you focused a lot clearly on the evacuation is everybody out safely so far as you know from your area of responsibility. Absolutely. We made several passes through our small community. And we verified that everyone was gone, and then at that point, we had lots of strike teams which are groups of fire engines each. Totaling about thirty five engines by about two PM. At which time is started releasing our personnel to get their families and get out. So right now, the the only members of our fire department, our one company officer, which we will keep their throughout the battle. But it's simply not safe to be there. Well this helps to explain number that we've been hearing the past couple of days we're told this fire is zero percent contained. Is this a circumstance and of course, it's true of all wildfires to some extent circumstance where it's abundantly clear that the massive -ness of dead vegetation that you've described that the extreme dryness means that you really this is something that is beyond human control. At this point I think that's a that's a good statement. I don't know what the future of Huntington Lake is. But at this point to it does not look good. Has. The fire actually reached the the what had been the settled area of Huntington Lake. Yes. We have loss cabins of on the western end of the lake. All communications are down into the area I am not there at this moment. So it's very difficult to get serious information but about six PM last night, all crews were pulled out to about the middle of the lake. And we don't know if they re engaged or not. You said, all crews have been pulled out to the middle of the lake. Do you mean that they went out on the water? No. Okay this is copulated on the north side of the lake, and so a mid mid way on the shore you retreat retreated to a more defensible place is what you're saying. Thank you for much much better said, yes, Gotcha Gotcha I want people to know if they don't that you are as you describe it a brother in the Catholic church maybe a layman would think of you as a monk that is another thing that you do besides volunteer firefighting for twenty two years. How does that inform the way that you think about an event like this? Well you know I'm a teacher at Saint Mary's College and I've worked with kids since probably nineteen seventy. So it for me, it's all about caring people and touching hearts and. It's it's that center of people that I worry about the most you can rebuild cabins and you can go somewhere else but it's the people. So you know just a a little. Thirty second bit for you. Yesterday morning, I drove by a cabin and made a PA announcement directly to people about you need to get out now. Yesterday I called her and told her cabin was gone. And she shared with me that are great. Grandfather that cabin in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty. And her grandmother talked about the moments out playing in the woods and collecting pine cones and. As she broke into tears. I. Thought. How many stories like this am I going to be hearing? And how hurtful this all is. Income on their summer cabins, they gotTA someplace to go, but it's the hurt and the loss and. Tens of thousands of girl and boy scouts that. Were at Huntington. And Church camps and private Anson. There's so many lives. So many memories that probably won't be there in the future. So for me, that's what it's about. It's about the people. And all the all the loss. Donnelly thanks very much for your insights. I really appreciate it and we'll continue following the news to see if you begin to reach a point where you're able to battle back. Well, we'll look for that moment to. Chris Donald is chief of the Huntington Lake Volunteer Fire Department, one of many areas in California facing massive

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Sia reveals she adopted teen boys who were aging out of foster care

Doug Stephan

02:43 min | 10 months ago

Sia reveals she adopted teen boys who were aging out of foster care

"This is C. R. and she's released together which regulates things here first single from our upcoming joint album and motion picture shows the our music is that it yeah the album in the film are both called music music okay she wrote and directed the film which has some interesting stars in it Kate Hudson's in its place the order junior Maddie Ziegler and definitely heroes channel regional songs for the soundtrack for the movie how to gather it coming to you with a music video starring the three principal cast members while the trooper Anson children all wearing outfits steamed after clouds and rainbows it's a really a video it's a durable yeah it's a based on a short story that see a road back in two thousand seven music follows seventy names who played by Kate Hudson a newly sober women figure out her place in the world when she learns that she is to become the sole guardian of her half sister that sister music played by Maddie Ziegler girl on the autism spectrum music's release date has not yet been announced the film explores to seize favorite themes finding your voice and what it means to create family earlier in the week see what public with the news that she had adopted two eighteen year old boys last year in in and out of foster care yeah they aged out of the foster system and they were just going to be basically jumped on to the street which is something that no one talks about and and that happens all the time I have a one of my friends grew up in a family where her parents fostered a lot of kids they have their own kids and they also foster and so many of them you know they paid for them to go to private school and then at eighteen there's just nothing they get dumped into the world and so her family ended up adopting at they would graduate from high school and then her family adopted a bunch of kids at the age of eighteen because there's just there's they're homeless the foster system does absolutely nothing after your eighteen how old is C. I don't know it's just hair yeah you can't tell who's usually wears a wig covering her face I think should be eighty we have no that's true we have no idea if I had to guess I'm gonna split the difference and save forty maybe yeah interesting idea and the idea that what she and her background if you write a story like this she is newly sober well she is over so this is a very kind spread out of her personal story I don't know about the half sister angles but that is kind of

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Annie,  Are You Oakley?

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Annie, Are You Oakley?

"The year is eighteen ninety six the places Elgin Illinois on this hot August afternoon. Eight thousand residents of the town and surrounding areas have packed films. Where in hopes of seeing some of the legends of the Wild West including the woman now entering her dressing ten. Are you ready for this show? I'm Annie Oakley little sure shot always ready to show folks how ladies shoot suing the over the shoulder shut this afternoon. Course may even get the issue ashes off a cigarette in someone's mouth that always gets Yeah I reckon it does too bad. People don't get the message of smoking is bad for you own. Well has any Oakley prepares performance. We now turn our attention to a dark alley a few blocks to the south where for boating black time and space suddenly materializes. It's the ship of that corrupt criminal. Mastermind Dr Steve and it sucks shaped assistant. We off just a few blocks away buffalo. Bill cody is presenting his wild west show featuring none other than Phoebe and Moses. You've never heard of her. Oh of course you have so you probably know her by her more well known name any Oakley who is Annie Oakley yes she's just only the best woman shop shooter that ever lived or she could shoot just about anything you asked to shoot a dime thrown into bid air at nine hundred feet. Oh she was alleging with just think of how much of that needs pistols would fetch on Ebay in our own time. Now Hurry up and put on your disguise. Stephen Scheming steal one of Anne always pistols. Is there anyone that can prevent this maniacal mastermind from achieving his dastardly deed? Hopefully we'll be are here on the world leader in forward thinking that big brain with small I had the world's most brilliant scientists duct Appeals there wait a minute which is very grand. Yes Dr Floyd just your video dish. Nope that's not mine. Where did you find it? We're here? We're Mr Beardie Jen's create used to be. He must have left us a message before we dropped him off. Let's put it in look. It is Mr Beauty. Jin what the heck is this supposed to mean? I Dunno practice subtitles button and see what does that. Do you stutter. Floyd chip says. We're picking up some strange readings from around the edges of the time and space stream warm. Or what kind of readings chips on the main screen. Look at that Dr Floyd. What are those things moving around the edges of the wormholes net? You're what they could be. I've never seen anything like it before. Should I sit the computer to try? And Dr Steve is maintained jump. We'll have to investigate what those are leaders chips make a time jump to get up with Dr Steve. Heroes jumped through the very fabric of time itself. They have no idea. They're being watched by two ominous shadows hovering in the time in space. They've made another time jump else. Let's go off to them. No you know what the king said he said. We're only to watch and gather information. The time will come to deal with them soon. Enough you all right. I'll call in the report. His Majesty must be in far. Who are these two eagle-eyed watchers times face stream answer that question? We'll have to wait. Is there more pressing events occurring in the year? Eighteen ninety six any oakland just finished sharpshooting demonstrations here. Braniac WE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Thank you folks and remember that. Smoking upbeat veteran members of Captain Dart's Battery D fifth regimen of the US artillery that announcer off every time and he'll be makes her way back to work. She does she encounters to rather scruffy looking job and that was awfully good. Shooting out them is okay. Thank you Hon. You boys enjoy the show. What was that? Oh don't pay no MIND TO MISS. Oakley got himself a speech impediment. He says he enjoyed the show. Just fact well that's good you boys here with your parents know. Actually Ma'am we're we'll we're off in. Our mother and father passed on several years ago but unfortunate accident with mechanical rice picker. Now we live on the streets and I take care of my brother here why that is just the saddest store at heard this is. It is quite a good story. I mean I mean it is very sad. Lost my father at an early age and then my step father after that. Yes yes I know. I read about that on the website. I mean I didn't know that when now we just tried to find the odd job here and there to earn us a bit of money boys know how to do. Maybe I can give you a job tonight so you can earn a little scratch. That would be most kind Miss Oakley. We're good at several things that have mending fences whitewashing fences shining pistols of legendary shop. Shooting Lanc no need for any fences being mended or whitewashed but I do have a pistol here that needs some Shannon. Why don't you two boys fall me over to the ten? We'll get jaw said Miss Oakley Ma'am you us so not seeming pitcher. Follow any Oblique Tour. Ten while our heroes. Tucker Floyd is younger. Protege Dr Grand. Their FAITHFUL ROBOT. Companionship's land their spaceship the 1896. Wow Dr Floyd. The town looks pretty empty. I think there'd be some people around what poster he means this one. It's for the Buffalo Bill. Cody Wild West show. That must be where everyone is. And I'm willing to bet. Dr Steve is quick. Go into the cargo. Hold and get a change of clothes for this time period chips you stay with shipping. Just a few minutes. Dr Floyd Grand Walking Up to Fountain Square or Buffalo Bill. Cody's wild west show is gearing up for their second show of the day to grant. Why did you get his cowboy? Which for trump. These aren't really period closed for a city in eighteen. Ninety six well we are going to a wild west show so I just thought we should dress appropriately. Don't you like my ten gallon hat? Yes it's very nice. Well it's not as Nice as your two pint tat Dr Gray and older out there you to grant turn around and come face to face with a tall cowboy with long hair and not. Golly you're buffalo bill cody. Aren't you that I am? And you must be the new performers for the whole of the deadwood stagecoach. Actually we Anson. I don't have time to stand around here. A Yak in getting there and see the horse master about which horses Yobe Rat. We're not really geared as Buffalo Bill. Cody redesigned website. Arm Duck. Avoid Dr Grant. Turn Tail and run into the showgrounds. Will they be able to prevent Christif swiping one of these guns realized that the two children she took it or not children? Oh just wondering the odds of losing both parents to mechanical rice picker by next week on the radio but just

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"Jump The Shark!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"Jump The Shark!"

"Week we begin show on the bridge. Dr Floyd Steinman spaceship. Grant is currently on the phone all right but it's just for the week right hand. Okay I'll send you the coordinates to transport him up okay by Doug Degree in my aunt her and my uncle or occasion for a week and they need me to watch my nine year old cousin Oliver. No Way Dirk Agreement. We already have our hands with Mr Gene. I'm sorry Dr Floyd there's no way around it. I are already sent her the coordinates. He's transporting up right now. Dr Grant you should always clear these things with me. I. I'm sorry. Just hope he doesn't keep us from rehearsing for the big settled river talent competition. He won't get in the way he's a good kid from prior to receive a new passenger. Let's check that Vile Villain Dr Steve. Who is also busy with preparations? What better way to humiliate Dr Floyd than to beat the pants off him at the Cell River Talent? Competition? What do you mean? It's a bad idea? Don't be silly when I do my soft shoe tap dance on these homemade stilts the judge will have no choice but to name me. Saddle River's most talented resident. That's true I've never walked on stilts before but seriously. How hard could it be no hadn't me the duct tape? I need to join these two pieces of wood together. Steve finds noise to push the bounds of ignorance. Let's check in with our heroes who are currently in the practice time and space ship rehearsing their number for the settle river telling competition. I remember on the core issue. I want to see big smiles. And don't forget your jazz names. Ooh That's the transporter notifications looks like. Oliver has arrived. Great radio engine temporary to go pick them up at the transporter room on his way. Back with our costumes. Remember the first time we met in temporary. I share do it. Was that when we're facing all those dangers ownership need to find some way to check out the Galley. You're right Dr Flight I know. Why don't we use the ship's red-shirted expendable crewmen red-shirted expendable crewmen every ship and every science fiction series comes standard with at least one red-shirted expendable crewmen for these various situations. That way we can have the drama of a crew member loss on the show and yet not let it affect the main cast had no idea. Please report to the bridge into temporary. Please report to the bridge immediately temporary. That's an unfortunate name fitting unfortunately Anson Ferrari reporting for duty. Sir You prepared to go into a dangerous situations are yes sir to situation you may not return from Zar. Let us what. I've been trying for search as good. You'll check out the Galley sir. Eddie shoulder it's a shame. Lose him someday Yuppie to hit now. Let's focus people. The competition is in two days. According for practice with costumes and cousin Oliver Sir thank you into all of our. How are you buddy? I'm doing great cousin. Dr Grant. Thanks for letting me stay on your shift. Bro. We don't mention it. Yeah NO JINPING COUSIN DR grant to see. Have such a small head what you see. When he was little he had a really big head and then one day he invented a real gateway. Please get back to practicing the dad's taken from the top here. We go five six seven eight and one tree and kick and one to step in and could you please watch where you're putting those big feet of yours do the right steps and keep them out of my way. I wouldn't step on you drive me so quietly sometimes Mr prairie joy yourself stewardess Christie you and your stupid registered. Well I hate you and your stupid complimentary Coffee Tea and soda. I love you. Kristie relationships heat up on Dr Shepherd. It's time for a very special segment with Dr Stephen Fitch. Can You bring me those paint cancer? The Hobby Cabinet. As soon as I'm done standing this last stilts I want to put the first layer of paint. I think now. I just need to send out this lack Richard. We need to make a time and space jump back home. I need to talk to start to Stephen. Fiterman and space jump to see a doctor. Let's return to the ship. Dr Floyd what we joined the first ever wedding and the time and space free new engine temporary flight attendant Christie to be your lovely when it waged use or into you floated in Christie. Take engine temporary to be your lovely wedded husband then by the power vested in me as captain of this time and space ship. I know pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss. Kissing is so hush cousin Oliver. Congratulations you too okay. Now let's get back to practicing for tomorrow's telling competition reflecting back to that rehearsals. Let's second Steve who is now sitting in the Central River medical centers examination room. Twenty-seven beat if it to me straight talk I can handle it. I reviewed your charts and it would appear you have a splinter no now. I'm going to use a pair of tweezers here. Hold stills there we go what a brave big boy. Here's a lollipop and let that be a lesson to you about woodworking safety. Always wear gloves. Thank you doug to just sit tight here and I'll send in nurse McGinley and he'll give you a band aid for that. Steve is just the Medical Center in home. We'LL TALK TO STEVE. Able to beat Dr Floyd in the Saddle River talent competition.

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Director Destin Daniel Cretton Honors Lawyer Bryan Stevenson’s Work in ‘Just Mercy’

They Call Us Bruce

11:05 min | 1 year ago

Director Destin Daniel Cretton Honors Lawyer Bryan Stevenson’s Work in ‘Just Mercy’

"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call spruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America. I feel you Jeff Yang and we're here with a very special guest a filmmaker crater of note storyteller of many things including a certain upcoming superhero movie. But we are not GonNa talk about that Superhero movie. We're GONNA be talking today about a real life superhero movie His film just mercy which is coming out from Warner brothers. In Limited release in December December twenty fifth. I believe and wide in January January tenth. It is the story of Bryan Stevenson. Anson the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative which is a critical nonprofit organizations that advocates for death. Row inmates providing them many cases a gasp of hope before the the actual kind of Mon execution occurs in the context of that Destin tells the story of how Brian Created this organization and some notable first cases that it that led to the organizations becoming a pillar of this particular movement so destin first of all welcome welcome to the show. It's great to be here so we want to start with a little bit with some of your background. I guess you're from Hawaii originally right. Yeah I grew up in Hawaii. And how did you actually embrace still making as a career. It was a it was along the long road to getting to the place where I actually admitted that I was embracing it as a career I I grew up. There is six kids in my fam family. We lived in a small town on Maui called Haiku Right next to a huge pineapple apple field. And we we we. My mom barely let us watch TV. So we're always outside kind of forced us to have to do creative things things and when my my grandma got her first. VHS camera that that she allowed me to borrow That that became kind of the thing that that I would do to pass. The time was make little commercials and short films with my five siblings things as my actors and so from an early age. I knew that I loved it. Loved the process And and so it was a hobby of mine All the way through college. I didn't I didn't go to film school. I got a degree in communications. And it wasn't like 'til my senior year that I did my first short film and then just kept doing short films for fun for about ten years. And eventually it snowballed Walden started to turn into something that I made money out. The short shorts got less short so it was that short film. The one that actually Connected with Brie Larson or was that that I short film without later one short term twelve was was was was a short. It was actually my eighth short film Every other show had been rejected from sundown and short-term twelve is the first time that but I got the call from Sundance saying that we're we got in and then The stars aligned and ended up winning the jury prize at Sundance Site Year And that that was like a big first stepping stone into being able to do this as a job. The film that got the feature that got everyone sort of noticed that. Notice you in a lot of people's minds was was the future for short-term twelve and I look really revisit just looked at the the credits for that film and I was like stunned to see all these young actors. There's who are now like huge stars sort of planning their seeds there. I was wondering like when you look back at that. Like what is your impression of their careers. Your career now like looking looking at all that it seeing like wow. I really had an eye for talent. I don't really see see it that way I I just see as Wow it's so cool to see my friends being doing what they love. And being so successful at it I Yeah I mean I feel really really kind of grateful to that Our our little group has all kind of gone on to do such extraordinary things. It's it's really cool so One of the screwing things. The one we're going to talk about today is is of course this film just mercy and we saw it like I mentioned to you before stories started taping last night at the screening. I was so moved that I actually donated to equal justice initiative before I left the theater I I was struck by how necessary the film was the the story was telling and the work of equal justice initiative in an era where feels increasingly like people of Color immigrants Poor people live under a different system. Like like a different set of laws than people who have more and who have the power to and resources to fight fight back. What what it drew you to the story initially? And how did you actually connect with it. Thank you for donating TJ. Let's a a- and and your reaction is really what we hope. This movie does is introduce people to the amazing work that Brian has has been consistently doing back when you wasn't a hot topic when it was actually it almost looked down upon to to be doing the work that he's doing It's it's the way that the Brian puts it as the our our system. Treats you better if you are rich and guilty than if you are poor innocent And and that is just Incredibly sad but the thing about Brian that that was so so inspiring to be around was that he is not this cynical kind of depressed guy walking around doing this this this works. That is so difficult. He actually has a bounce to his step he has so much energie And and he has so much hope He he actually believes that. You can't do the type of work that he does without hope because hope is the things that allows you to have vision for something that you cannot see and every project that he he embarks on feels impossible at the moment that he's starting But it's the the hope that that allows him to to zinc that. This could change that. There is a way to to change the hearts and minds of the people behind a broken system And and as as much as you know as much as this movie was may taking place in the late eighties early nineties And there there are a lot of things especially recently that that has have even gone backwards And there's a ton of work and and to be done I also Brian Stevenson's work and his life has proven that one person can really make a difference in the difference. That he has made is pretty incredible. I think the hope speak of definitely shines through in the film and it's a light light in serve the most bleakest services you know air hope seems to be short supply in and this really gross systemic abuse injustice and it would make anybody the most cynical I think but the thing about is like you're talking about a real person and so it's not just a fictional movie like superhero or real person right. I wonder what kind of burdens you felt. If at all I mean about representing his story about the writ you know the real life person You know you're dealing with real facts. Real real real personality. I mean what kind of things that you go through in making the film that you kind of pressure to put yourself A lot of threats a a lot. I it's rare as a filmmaker to be able to to tell a story about a person who is Still as active right now in the work that that he does as he was thirty years ago. We're not we're not telling a bio pic of someone who it has passed away or who were not just trying to you know Glamorize somebody's life just to just so you have the information Where where telling a story that you can actually leave the theater and donate to this organization or we're going volunteer somewhere or go and listen to Bryan? Stevenson speak He the day before he came and visited us on say he was. He was arguing in front of the Supreme Court He's he has actively he's actively doing words that he speaks and his words are incredibly powerful because he backs it up with his life and I just just never met a A man or or or woman who has more Dedicated to to to just making the world more fairer place for the most vulnerable people in our society. So I mean I I had a lot of pressure put on myself to not screw it up Because anytime around Bryan Stevenson I just feel so unworthy but he he's very inspiring person to be around.

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Houston-area family killed in Canadian plane crash

Michael Berry

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Houston-area family killed in Canadian plane crash

"A Houston based pilot to six other people killed in a small plane crash in Canada Wednesday night the transportation safety board of Canada says all seven were members of the same family they were flying to Kingston Ontario about halfway between Toronto and Montreal crash a few miles from their destination a wind advisory was in effect at the time the pilot identified as top deck old blue crew love he was involved with Anson air in

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Meeting The Right Person At The Right Time

Modern Love

10:33 min | 1 year ago

Meeting The Right Person At The Right Time

"We hope to meet the right person the thing is that's not enough you've gotta meet the right person at the right time well when she was in College Caren Kaplan knew that and she was worried that she'd met the person she wanted to end up with but met that person too early she writes about it in her essay let's meet again in five years it's read by Regina King who won an academy award last year for her performance in if Beale Street could talk she starring in HBO's Watchmen Airing. now on Sunday nights when I told Howard that we should meet again in five years to see if we or meant to be together I thought I was just being practical my idea was less about romance than hedging our beds I was only eighteen in a freshman at Cornell and he was barely twenty one we had dated since September now it was spring soon we beheaded back to opposite coasts he to San Francisco and Mita suburban New Jersey the impending separation was forcing us to reevaluate our dorm room conversation went something like this me I think finding the one is a matter of person place in time what if we're both the right person but this is the wrong place in time we'd miss our chance Anson regretted him so are you saying we should stay together me no I don't WanNA marry the first guy I'm serious about I'm saying let's give ourselves a second chance let's meet in five years I'll be twenty three and you'll be twenty six we'll see if we want to get back together Howard agree we settled on meeting at the New York Public Library near the uptown lion at four pm on the first Sunday in April five years from that Spring we wrote our play John Dollar Bill Gordon half and gave each other the half we'd written on meeting in a public place would minimize any unwanted intimacy of things Awkward for clock made sense because we could start with the drink and if things went well we could proceed to dinner and go from there if things weren't going well we could go our separate ways the New York Public Library was a sentimental choice as Englishman agers we'd spent a Lotta time around books and it was an easy landmark to fine one that was likely to still exist in five years unlike a restaurant or far although the first Sunday in April was our original choice I soon realized that it could fall on Easter and my confirm Catholic would never abide my heading into New York City that day we'd be having a family celebration so Howard I took back car have dollar bills crossed out April wrote May and handed them back to each other and then we failed to break up in fact we stayed together that summer and through the whole next school year it wasn't until the next semester when he took a leave of absence and lived in Manhattan that our relationship finally ended I started seeing someone else he found out and that was that we have three and a half years before our meeting I use that time well I had relationships flings crushes with a few of those men I wondered is he the one for various reasons the answer was never yes might have been yes if Howard and I didn't have a date planned maybe maybe not in any case most of my interactions with men whether short or long lasting only strengthened my sense that Howard probably was the one and that I had been put into a range our second chance a part of our agreement that didn't make it onto the dollar bill was that we would tell no one a rule I promptly forgot at some point told my best friend she thought the plan was created but fell bad for the guy I was seeing at the time I also told my mother in which was a mistake at the five year mark I was living in Minneapolis I was in a relationship that had been staggering along for months as for Howard in me we hadn't spoken or communicated at all for a couple of years I vaguely knew of his whereabouts from mutual friends but this was before cell phones the Internet and E-mail a bygone era where you could actually lose touch with people and not know how to contact them even if you wanted to that's what happened with US nevertheless a few days after that first Sunday in May I flew home to the Jersey suburbs visit with my mother plan to head into the city for the weekend my sister had an apartment on the upper west side and it will be nothing unusual for me to see okay with her because I always did when I visited but my mother kept suggesting an alternative plan she argued that it would be better go into New York when my sister wasn't working as a restaurant employee she was busiest on weekends now I said I have to go in this weekend being Howard on Sunday that stopped her I didn't know you two were still in touch we haven't been I said but we agreed to meet on the first Sunday in May this year so I have to be in the city when did you make this agreement five years ago I said Oh my God five years ago are you out of your mind doesn't he live in Calgary -fornia he's not gonna fly all the way to New York for this yes he will I'm sure he'll be there while I was on the train into Manhattan my mother called my sister and urged her to keep me from following through fearing I'd be heartbroken when Howard didn't show when I arrived my sister said you're trying to live your life like a movie real life doesn't work like that he's not even going to remember much less travel three thousand miles you setting yourself up for big disappointment I disagreed she had to work there good afternoon and evening so I was quite happily on my own for the walk from the upper west side to mid town a few minutes before for p. m. found myself standing across the street from the library scanning the small crowd in front when suddenly I saw our heading toward the library steps we saw each other smiled and waved across the street and we hugged in front of the lion fortitude I learned later then sat down on the steps and started talking our conversation lasted two days then Howard caught a plane back to California doesn't immediately happily ever after for us I had to extricate myself from the relationship with the other Guy Howard I also had figure out how we were going to live in the same city that fall I moved to the bay area for a couple of months on a work assignment a few months later he moved to Minneapolis where we stayed for two years before moving to New York and yes once we were back east they marry I still resist a calling our story romantic friends who had heard the story tended to exaggerate the details saying things like and you didn't see each other for ten years actually it was a five year plan and it was only three years that we were fully out of touch or they'll say and you always knew now that was the whole point of the agreement we didn't always know even after the meeting it took a while for us to move in together when we moved New York we agreed we would have to see how things worked out with jobs before making any promises what is true is how the story has helped sustain in our relationship through times of trouble I would have hated to in the story with unfortunately it didn't work out with a story like that of course we had to stay together a romantic past we discovered can help keep you belted in place until you find equilibrium still I insisted the story was about foresight and prudence not romance I only share the story with people I didn't think I was trying to live my life like a movie who would know the story was about being smart and love not starry-eyed for years I the story with I thought it was just being practical and giving us a second chance it turned out to be a good plan well the plan may have been practical a friend said recently but the fact that you both showed up there's a romance he was right it was a complete faith in the other person despite others cautions that define the romance showed up for each other we now have been married for thirty five years Howard still shows up for me and show up for him

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"So hence the podcast. Hence my writing Hansa show the show trying to sell my own stop. You know, just just a I, I do know that, that, that I need to feel productive. Marriage is a very new thing. We just got married a little no less than a year ago. You know, she's very busy too, because she decided to go back to university, she's finishing up. The semester, but the balance thing is going to be a question Mark that we're going to have to tackle together because, as you know, this thing this job puts us in success puts us on the road, quite a bit. Yeah. And thank God, I have a wife who's patient with that and is supportive of that and is. He she she gets. She gets the she knows which exact Tyson as well. Right. Absolutely. And she's a very strong, self sufficient, independent woman. So it's it's been it's been really good work life, balance with her so far. You know, kids. I'm sure we'll change that somewhat. But that we got a few years to go before we get there. We're going to try to get all the traveling out of the way. I look at you and I still think you're pretty sensitive person. Do you do you cry a lot? I say that because I, I just cried at this movie the writer, I d. Oh, yeah. And see that. No, I have on my God. This is the best move the year and no one knows about. I my I think my wife will say that I cry what I'm, I'm I can be quite an emotional person. I think more so than I used to, I think had a big blocks can st- that I was always intimidated. When I had to be a. Tional in the scene because I didn't know how and finally just whatever is going to listen to the person in front of me. And see what happens. Yeah, I can be. I can be a big softie. Yeah. I like that. I just lost a dog re we don't even go there and that was hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life that your child man is really hard for us in kids dares Canadian, but she's in the United States and under we're, we're in the middle of green card application, so she couldn't come to where I wasn't Canada. So you were alone during to be there. It was harder for her. I think because she had you know, we had to go in and have it done. And she had to watch on FaceTime was very. Oh, yeah. Can you imagine my dog Irv is getting quite old? And it's like I see him slowing down. And you know, you try to be sensitive time, sometimes he's now barking incessantly, and I'm like, where did this come from stop and you get annoyed, and you're like, dude? He's aging. You just got to. Well, look man. This has been incredible. Where can we find you on Twitter at Anson mounts? And my podcast is the well pod. It's. The wellpoint, right. The well public you could find it on what I tune Stitcher. Any, any place you download podcasts were all over the place. Check it out. Guys, check it out. Anson's a fantastic Instagram. Same thing. You an Instagram where the well podcast, but I'm at Anson mount and where we find Star Trek discovery that is CBS all access pretty fantastic. I'm going to check it out. You guys should definitely check that out and Simao. Thank you for being side of you. There's been a real treatment. I learn more about you. I've known you for twenty years, and I learn more about you today. Then I think I ever it's good to see. It's been too long. It is buddy much love to..

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Started talking like excluded me in a in a nice way like we're and I walked away going, I don't belong. And that's part of my problem. I've always felt like I don't belong even though I feel like I'm good. I feel like I still feel like that's why ninety five sending my friends aren't actors they're like rob, who's a regular guy, or my friend, Tom. I just I intended can't live out here because it's just such a popularity contest happening in the background of things. I feel like it's high school. She. Yeah. And so my relationship with Los Angeles is so much better now that I don't live. Here I come in. Get my meeting. Schedule back to back. I see the friends. I wanna see like yourself I play around a Goff. And. Oh, see. I'm thinking that I wanna live in my office and the other thing in things that used to bug me about LA. Tell I now find trauma late last night, I was at the I was at the Beverly Wilshire. Right. I'm at the bar and of got like my. Drink in front of me. I got my papers spread out. And there's this piano player that singing strangers in the night, and he starts doing lounge Scott. You know what I'm talking about. He's raised. I'm not exaggerating. Zubi zoo Zubeidi Zubets, and he loved it. And then I'm thinking, you know, like a few years ago, if I still live here, it'd be like mother fucker, and now I'm kinda like this is this is exactly what Los Angeles should be moon. The guy sitting next to me in the sequin jacket is exactly the jacket. He should be wearing, you know, because it's, it's there is a wonderful kind of cool history about this town that I really dig. And I had lunch at the polo lounge, and now you're singing from the outside, right. Yeah. I got to I went and had lunch at the polo lounge with these guys. And, and it's just like you, you know, you're walking into history, and it's the same restaurant, it's been since the Burt Reynolds. I mean, since George Burns was their next, you know, his, his posse, and the pictures it's, it's just a it's it can be a really nice place. But you gotta know where to look also. Yeah. And Zach Zach leave my buddy. He's, he's namedrop but lives in Austin. Yeah. And he says it just changes your whole perspective and changes your life. I think maybe I eventually should probably move. There's a lot of lot of actors and do the issue we have. There's no yeah. Get out of here. There's no income tax in taxes, which is why a lot of them have actually a song. There's no income tax in Texas, e kind of flows. Yeah. So what are you, you obviously going to say, yes, but you're proud of Star Trek discovery. Yeah. You loved it was. I mean I came to as a fan. I you know, the original series was in syndication on my local UHF channel when I was like eight, and they would run them every Sunday night. Six o'clock, and they ran for several years is seen every episode favorite episode. Well, my favorite episode of the original is probably the I forget the name of the episodes, the battle with the Gorn, Kirk has to figure out how to make gun powder, and the Gorn with the with the bamboo. I like the Momo Spock goes on that leg. They on this planet where the flower something makes him just all happy lost in love. Go ahead. But my favorite episode of Star Trek in general has got to be from the next generation. I think it's called the inner light, but it's the one where they find this space probe floating in the middle of the universe in and. A beam comes through the ship in it knocks him unconscious. And he wakes up, and he's a different person on a different on a planet with a family in a whole history..

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"A fan of his, and so when they came back, the for the came to me for this role I didn't know what was dishing for that. It was called captain Parker in the sides, because there were keep. Everything undercover. Right. So when I found when I got cast found out, it was pike I was like, oh, guess better be good for somehow oh after doing this for so many years. I've kind of learned, what is going to help me and what's not going to help me. Let's not gonna help you being intimidated, or being starstruck or be feeling pressure or worrying about what other wondering what they're going to think. Yeah, it just doesn't serve me. So just knowing that, I guess, kinda let's lot of nerves go. But you say that, now I believe you first and foremost. But isn't there some of that you're saying it but there is a little bit of that just lingering in the back of your head deep there? You're like I'm saying and I'm going to meditate, and I'm confident and fuck this kind of, you know, you do you mentioned deniro before you know in like if you go, you look at that movie city, by the sea, I will readily, admit it. Some of my worst work. Ever and that movie because I was so intimidated by being on screen with deniro that I was afraid of moving a muscle that, that he didn't approve of not that he was dictating anything, but I was just scared shitless to do anything because I was afraid it would be wrong. And then when I saw that, and I was disappointed in my work was, like, okay interfere. I have to make decisions I have to make clear choices. I have to have a clear point of view. I have to decide what the role is for me. It's not doing you any good. Exactly. And then either as being starstruck, did he ever say anything like, oh, this is a great Anson. He's a heat. He's a real it. No, he's not like that. I mean, I'm sure he, he would he's, he's quite when he's at least when he's working his quite he's not a unapproachable, but he's does this internal. He's more internal than I am nice guy. Really, really lovely doesn't know guys when I did need to talk to him about something he was completely. They're really even brought even did the freshman thing of bringing DVD's for him to sign, you know, and he brought me into his trailer. And like can in the beginning and he was like, you know, ooh, that's daring, because I wake always wait to the very last day because I could just see him going asking me, you know, that's walking. But like asking me for autographs and like, you know, that could be like, I remember I told you the story of what's the guy who's the punisher the guy from Walking Dead? Great actor. Yeah. This guy went into deniro's trailer at the end and goes, hey. Just goes, I just want to say that your legend to me. And I really I just want to thank you, and the Niro's. You don't have to do this. Don't do this don't do this. It's like no, no. You don't understand. You have to let me say this. I want to get it out. And he's like, it's okay. You don't have to. And he kept going, and I go well, then it was great. Right. And he goes, no. I wish I never done that. Why did I do that? The moment was just like because they're like, hey, you're here. You've made it. I've done this before I went up to Sandra Bullock. And John said they were with I was talking to somebody, and they came up to me at the Laker game and Sandra because, oh my God. You're so funny and I'm like, oh, don't you see a movie. I was like, no I thought you in cribs. Then Kusak came by and all of a sudden on starch struck. Got Sandra Bullock. It's like two thousand early two thousands. Sandra Bullock and Kusak next to me, and I'd worked with because I gotta go. Hey, we did a movie too, and I just you could feel that I was a fan and I just can tell that they kind of like, okay..

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Had to train her how to use the thing inquisitor on it in the night filter q with all the movies that she hadn't seen yet. I think she should watch. And she's the toughest motherfucker I've ever met. She tell you exactly what she thinks once she thinks that she won't know filter. Yes, she has no filter. She's she's she's deadly honest. What? Does she might? She want always tell me everything if she thinks is going to bother me, or I'm busy after drag things out of her sometimes, but she's deadly honest about her opinion of my work, even there was something, obviously maternal, but, you know, some others when they lose their spouse can fold in a lot of ways they could be more distant. But the fact that she was she felt like do you think she felt like she had to like she really has to step up and sort of, like I have to take over and be his anchor. Yeah. Yeah. And to be there for me to really, you know, when I lost my virginity at was fourteen or fifteen she's held you. Eighteen thirty. She's who I told, you know, like, told your mom. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I my mom took me to get the condoms. And, and my mom just assume that I'd never get laid. That's pretty much she knew that I was, you know, I was an academic in school. I didn't have a ton of friends. I did have a small group of, of close friends, but there was a weird transition time in around puberty when my father passed away, and I think she knew that there were, like, lots of holes in my life, and that I needed a friend as well as a mother. I was going to tell you, because I listened to your interview with sorry, the ice skater who we met, Terrapins hair. We met, we met at the same time Rican, Mexican ex and that crazy crazy trip to Mexico's at Gary Busey. Yes, I was going to tell you, I ran into him again home. No got to crazier than he was. I don't want to say crazy like role crazy. I'm just saying he had a play put in his head. So he had a car or motorcycle accident would ever. So you're not just like obviously is a different person than he was before the motorcycle accident. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A and he when we first got to Mexico. He hated me. He did not like me at all even didn't me do you remember what I thought I had heard. He was from Tennessee, and it turned out, he's from Texas, and that did not go over, well, so I'm from Texas, and they walked away so God. And then we had that a you I don't think you were there the opening night. But the opening there's this, like contests where you had to walk the you had to walk this lake shaky beam over the pool to try and grab this, tequila bottle of tequila, and I managed to do it. Right. And then I was like his best friend, and we all hung out. We went out every night and, and. Yeah. That time when we were at the club and we're standing in the circle with. I was like, oh, hey, you know, you'll mayor again kick your steel plate in my head. If you yell at me, get them knock you down. Gary nobody nobody yield in your ear. I was I was wondering. And he just goes on. Right. Come over here. We're not a circle prayer. Arnold thursday. No, we're not fucking sir. You crazy. Fuck what he said to Gary? So what's wrong with you? I was at a at a screening at the cinema society in New York. And there's Garib UC sitting on a couch outside the theater, and it was like he's never going to remember me. But all right. I got I got I got to try this. I gotta go. So I went over to Gary, and I kneel down next the couch. I say Gerry, you may not remember me Manson, but we were on that trip to, to Mexico together. I've never been to Mexico. And I was suddenly it was at alive like Gary Busey, doesn't remember he was in Mexico. Okay. So I, I, but no, you. But you you weren't. Nope..

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Electric scooter revolution. Now. That's ph AT scooters dot com member that Rosie fat Rosie is the code P, H T Rosie. But were they strict your parents? You talk about your mother, was your father, there was he present in your life? My father passed away when I was thirteen I didn't know that. Yeah. We never talked about that. Do you remember? They were. They were quite correct. But quite loving a lot of that pressure went away when he passed away. What is, you know, I always think about that stuff. Like my, you know, my father's strict. He he he had me when he was like nineteen. So it pretty and then he had like my half brother who was like seven at the time. So he was like a kid trying to raise four kids by the time he's twenty five. He's got four kids, and it was very hard on him. But like do you my father was the opposite? My I was the product of my father's, second marriage. So he was was he was forty seven when I was born and I realized much later in life through stories from my half, siblings, who are much older than me. I realized he was already pretty deep into the bottle by the time I was once he was hallock. Yeah. Yeah. So you experience that you remember. Probably moments in your childhood, even, I mean thirteen you remember probably to your from your time, you're five to your thirteen on that, so you remember things and you're looking at right now, sort of, like I don't wanna talk about it. So it's like kinda see that thing on your on your face. Because I, I know you better about. I've gotten better about being able to talk about it formats, like this, or still, like it's, it's questionable about how much you want to get into. No look because we have family and yeah, I don't know. I it will look. I'm not saying, don't want us, it's just like it's, it's it's weird to suddenly be okay with talking about it. Yeah. I get the infra, many years for me in this, this is what the shows become for me is like I divulge so much information that's me. I'm not as private as I probably should be. But, you know, I talk about, you know, I sort of forgive. I'm forgiving person. My dad's even look I wasn't the best father. My mom said, I was in the best mother. And I'm like, look, I love you moving on. You know things happen the way they they're things that happened. There was some great moments. And, you know, I think if you just dwell on things, and you're like, oh, my childhood wasn't what I wanted it to be, or you don't become your own human being which you've become I've, I'm still trying. I think that you, you just like you know, it's, it's I think it's a cop out to blame to keep blaming at some point in your life. I have to just go. What's you? That's Karen that shit around me. Why am I wasting my life and I just listened this meditation this morning, and it was like the most profound little app, and it's ten minutes because my attention span is like a fruit fly and I press play. And he just says it's one thing that's the this'll be simple to most people. But to me, it sounded more complex, but he said try to enjoy life. Hang on. There's more. Stop trying to just get through it. And it I profoundly spoke to me and it just I don't know what it was. But it was like I feel like every day, how do we just get through this day? How do I get through life? How do I get through this? How do I make it through this thing? Instead of just going. Hey man, just be your stop stop just trying to get over with, you know, like this podcast. I want to be present with you wanna just like enjoy this moment. And then the next moments, the moment after that, that's why when I heard that you were doing a podcast it was like a light bulb went off. And I went, of course,.

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"So walked in there between setups and Chris over there in the corner with Mars, who's directing and Moore's just just looks over at, and he's just shooting daggers, and I'm and I'm like, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I need like all right? And they kinda points to walk into my. So I go over to walk in, and I say, so I'm the asshole with the phone and everybody stops moving the grip stopped moving dealer. Attrition stop hanging like like the room just goes silent because everybody wants to hear what walk ins going to say, I guess what he said. You asshole. No. I'm profession can't believe you don't remember this. He says to me, he looked straight at you remember the store and he says, what are these cell phones have to have all these songs can't they just ring? In the whole room. Just burst out laughing. I said, oh, my God, I want to thank us on sweet because he's very intimidating. Do you remember the NDA he walked on set one day because he only had him for like a week Mars had him for a week and? Yeah. Like a million bucks or whatever the rate was it was half the budget moving, and he comes out, and he just looks pissed off his face is ready says, MAs to the director, today's my last day. Walked out and everybody's like, oh my God. He's Marzilli guy better. Go talk to him Mars is freaking out. It's direct twirl debut. So that was experienced. We shot the movie. It's a little independent movie. If you wanna watch people people still come up to me and go ahead. Love wall junkies. It's not many people, but I still go to these conventions or whatever. And it was one of those movies that was a special time, right? Oh, yeah. We had a really wide item bushy tailed and optimistic before the business came crashing down on our souls, she's. And then what the next time you were guest on. Smallville. The next time together. That's right. You're running around the train was fun. I had to kill you deny that was a lot of fun. That was fun. I remember being like three in the morning, four or five in the morning chasing, her dumb ass. And I'm bald cold his shit. And I'm chasing through these trains when we had a budget, we use drilled train. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. I remember we ran into a real issues on the in those trains with the angles and the cameras and us in a fight scene on that one, I'll was very difficult to figure it out actually, but we got it done. And didn't you test for lex Luther I did long you almost got it didn't you because actually I always tells me this store like, he almost got it, but you really close to aren't you where you like the guy. I had very, very short hair at the time. I get I think maybe that helped, but you, did you test it for where you bummed you didn't get it? It wasn't really wanted to do with Jimmy says the guy who got the role. This is how it goes. I see guys who got the role that I had this for all the time. I mean, it was, you know, I was it was a lucky thing for me. Do you get those things where you're just you feel lucky where you feel like I don't give a shit, and you go in, and you just kill it, because you don't care? Yeah that's, that's funny. How that works, isn't it? Did you have to? I dish in for hell on wheels. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Everybody went in for Helen wheels. Who showed me the stat when they showed me, the stacks of the headshots give me a couple, give me a couple of names. And we're all I don't know. I didn't ask I didn't wanna know you didn't want to know I just happen to fit a very specific Bill that they were looking for. They, they wanted an American particularly looking for someone from the American South, and, and they wanted a man. Well, yeah. Will your grandfather was a confederate soldier? Correct. A Colonel great great, great great, great grandfather was was a Calvary Colonel. Yeah. Still have his military composite, but.

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"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"anson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"You're listening to inside he with Michael Rosenbaum guys. Thanks again for listening. We've had some great guests. I just loved having all Vira on the show. It's fun to talk to people who really the sort of your role models, or you looked up to him or you were just excited about them, you know, as a child, and then getting to sit across your own house, and talk to them and asking the questions that I hope you guys would ask if you were sitting here because I'm more like a fan than I am an actor. I think you guys know that about me by now. If you're a first time listener, please, describe it really helps and spread the word tweet, Instagram. You know, inside of you podcasts on Instagram, and we've got a great guest today. Good friend of mine. He was on smallville. He was on hell on wheels. This is Anson mount he's on the new Star Trek discovery people are just going crazy over this guy. He's such a great guy, and he's so charitable and wonderful to talk to, and he's got a podcast, so we sat down and chatted about old times new times. And I think you're gonna enjoy this Anson mount. Let's get inside. Anson mount. It's my. You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rose by. Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. Here we go. Do look. Good. Thank you, sir. Ladies and gentlemen, captain. All right. Radio voice is, is this, how you want to sit 'cause you can move that thing anywhere. You want the Mike. Now I'm getting yet..

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"anson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"anson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Word begins with the letter w now, I'm hoping this is simple enough to follow the directions. But as we all know after the years of doing this, there are those out there that will not comprehend the concept, I'm trying to impart to you. Indian tent is there a pair of words each beginning. With w that, you can think of that would describe an Indian can't potsy we all know what these characters name was Anson Williams played him. You need a WW response. Sheldon's nemesis. And that's a big bang reference. A timepiece. They trim your fat. Brave heart. Dan, a prince. Nineteen sixties channel thirty eight clown from Boston, you won't know that because he was a Boston kiddy show host. President thomas. That one's a little sticky. That's it's easy to do. If you just think about the concept of the question, current, lack daytime female, TV talk host w w redundant Washington state community and new resident community committee is you can answer any of those. You'll qualify to win a WBZ shirt. Now, I'm going to do the best. They can go as quickly as possible. Because I have a different system and I used to have at the other studios. Let's go to Tony in Ohio. And you don't like these type of questions, Tony. No, not as much as I do the ones where you think of your own, but I've been giving you those types of questions for like two months now. Uh-huh. It's time to switch back and forth. Okay. Party on happy days as Warren Weber Fareed good now was that so difficult. No. No. You sound almost like defeated that I threw that question. Shoot. I'm glad you said shoot. Hey, by the way, happy birthday because you're probably not going to be on when when it is your actual birthday beyond. And thank you for wish me happy birthday. Okay. Okay. Bye. Good night. Now, you go because Tony. And. Let's go to the next call which we'll be..

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"anson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"anson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Anson was born in marshall town on april seventeenth eighteenth fifty to his parents didn't dream he'd become a major league baseball player that's in part because what we call the major leagues had not even been formed yet in fact the boy who grew up to be known as cap anson was one of the first players in what became the national league cap started playing pro ball in the first professional league the national association in eighteen seventy one five years later chicago white stockings president william hulbert added anson and other stars to his club and helped form the national league anson hit three twenty five in that first national league season and led chicago to a fifty two and fourteen record and the i league championship that team is now known as the chicago cubs and cap anson played for the club for twenty two seasons heading at least three hundred in twenty of them but he wasn't just a player he managed the club for nineteen seasons winning five league pennants as a player manager on his way to nearly thirteen hundred career wins baseball hall of famer adrian cap anson born in marshall town on this date in eighteen fifty two and that's i will almanac i'm jeff stein on newsradio ten forty who colder than average temperature's hanging on right through our three day forecasts will start off day one with a lot of sunshine it's gonna look great fifty one's going to be the high will have a very light wind wednesday though mostly cloudy for day two and a chance for rain snow mix in central iowa fortythree it'll be the high but another winter storm watch for north central northwestern iowa they are looking for some heavier amounts of snow again along that i will minnesota border thursday we'll be back to mostly sunny skies in des moines a high of fifty forty eight degrees but the fifties are backed by friday that is the newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen wilson radio news time is twelve oh five good morning i'm jim beam let me be the first welcome you into.

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"anson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"anson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Public if the currency would probably be some kind of stable coling type thing well i think volatility ease reducing vat it's not as high as it used to be but it's of course still very high and i agree with you that it will remain in a substantial and probably more than what many relatively poor people can tolerate yes so before we uh wrap up the show here uh the the i want to talk about a conference than that conferences a decentralised singapore and so this is a conference that were i'll be speaking and were anson will also be speaking and so decentralizes a is a conference that it's being organiz on april fifth in six that's happening in singapore and it will showcase uh the botching the button ecosystem in that country and also in the region so you know um who will attend uh entrepreneurs in the river from the region also investors regulators and what people can expect learn there is some of the regulatory aspects of the market dynamics uh the applications that are being built uh in that region um the be talks about blocked in the eye abutting and financial inclusion and so if you want to attend that conference again it's happening in singapore on april v and vi that you can go to decentralise dot s jesus decentralise spelt with as zad and you can use the code epic ten that's e p i see ten and you will get ten percent off early bird tickets in the early repricing ends on march 15th so if you're interested in singapore may be you know you're considering singapore as a a place where you like to to business and you want to get more involved in an and understand the ecosystem a little bit better uh you know this is a great opportunity for a free.

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"anson" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"anson" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"Public if the currency would probably be some kind of stable coling type thing well i think volatility ease reducing vat it's not as high as it used to be but it's of course still very high and i agree with you that it will remain in a substantial and probably more than what many relatively poor people can tolerate yes so before we uh wrap up the show here uh the the i want to talk about a conference than that conferences a decentralised singapore and so this is a conference that were i'll be speaking and were anson will also be speaking and so decentralizes a is a conference that it's being organiz on april fifth in six that's happening in singapore and it will showcase uh the botching the button ecosystem in that country and also in the region so you know um who will attend uh entrepreneurs in the river from the region also investors regulators and what people can expect learn there is some of the regulatory aspects of the market dynamics uh the applications that are being built uh in that region um the be talks about blocked in the eye abutting and financial inclusion and so if you want to attend that conference again it's happening in singapore on april v and vi that you can go to decentralise dot s jesus decentralise spelt with as zad and you can use the code epic ten that's e p i see ten and you will get ten percent off early bird tickets in the early repricing ends on march 15th so if you're interested in singapore may be you know you're considering singapore as a a place where you like to to business and you want to get more involved in an and understand the ecosystem a little bit better uh you know this is a great opportunity for a free.

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"anson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"anson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of december first and second that orchestra all djeich cost is violin concerto russian portraits with a detroit symphony orchestra show seven sixty wjr move god i have arth needed hey dave brown outlined again we're already headed hurst a great ran ran when the down on woodward a great well no money gotta great museum lung limited got anson chan was as we god as an amazing i new the and there's a new exhibit very yet as you know we'd like to figure out exactly uh places to go for the whole family i was there the other day and there was a scoop must have been sixth graders or something like that coming to visit of their too i guess we could call him small exhibits uh an american artist frederick church but the big draw the big name would have to be claude monet and on our direct phone line now the d i s socie curator of european art i think jill shaw that takes you what from 18 fifty the 1950 you're so is that when that period was yes you're exactly right we hot modern european art at the dia and this once called monet framing life wide the title of that well there are you read them and i hope that when uh your visit your gas five visit show it will become apparent by the end but we like to play on the term frame in the exhibition because i'm the show really focuses on our sole monet masterpiece in the collection and we have installed to work in a very unique way we've been at like a sculpture without at sprain and so the title is in part a play on the fact that we've installed our work without a frame we also want to talk about how in the exhibition about how monet is very very careful about and deliberate about the way in which heat the subject matter and which in the way in which he frame of life for rounds him in the four sides of us who was claude monet what wendy live we're we're did you grow up what would the.

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"anson" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"anson" Discussed on WWL

"A man and thanks for rescheduling this from too day or he got consumed by the anson talk yeah nova guilty me got yeah so let's look let's not bury the lead here let's talk about this brennan at ling rotation certainly not a controversy like i talk to her tyler about just moments ago but a a rotation and maybe a pretty important one for the rest of of the season what are you take away from this is this more a kind of a judgment annette laying order they just want to get brennan who supposed to be in a these star the next couple of seasons are they just want to get him wraps but it a lot of confidence that mild credited is going to be that quarterback that allah occur the really leave them could yep big time success in its headwind either it he corporate separate of competent they adam out granite so getting in game wraps is all about getting ready for for 2018 or what you propose to take that step as the quarterback of lsu repair they're getting of game rep cook guy that he's gonna be growing through guys like great david and other fat is is what uh this is all about in our danny at length i think uh anyone it it really been watching it he can can tell you that mile or power created naturally danny that's not you know a shot at the any of this kind of how it is it looked at mild quickly than you look at the way picked up his offense so quickly that he's a bandit that it up you quarterback already and this is a guy that going to leave this offense next year barring something crazy happening so.

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"anson" Discussed on FBE Podcast

FBE Podcast

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"anson" Discussed on FBE Podcast

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"anson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"anson" Discussed on KOMO

"New added anson this charlene lyle's case what we're learning about the moments leading up to the local mothers dap our family with china motor name eyes can and here from her brother on how her family is coping happening now temperatures are rising and scorching heat is on the way for the week atherton layers almost in tracking all of it as it moves and and make sure you stay safe let's get threat overshadowed atal who has the latest on this weakens hit advisory has here to get a heated visory but the weather service felt was a good idea put in place as we slide into this first week in summer because it is going to be unusually hot around here take a look at the area shaded in orange most imputed sat down and the southwest interior looking at this excessive pete at least by northwest standards for both saturday and sunday temperatures tomorrow climbing into the 80s some low ninety is already possible it he peaking on sunday low to mid nineties pretty widespread throughout interior western washington at that point i'll let you know how long the heat is going to last a when it's going to break coming up in just a few more minutes you'll see it in almost toss alive alkai beach did i work hundreds of people are going to be rushing to beat the heat this weekend damning morgan alkai beat is still bustling on this beautiful summer night but tomorrow they who cranks up and whether people are inside or outside they're getting ready this is me crumbling this is defeat randy shields has been dreading this moment his whole life the moment he has divide air conditioner for the first time ever in trying to avoid this for for but the high heat forecast it for this weekend forced him to cave it was i don't wanna to be really hot this weekend it's time.

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"anson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"anson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Thanks so much let's go to anson high anson you're on to be bt good morning scott the you know the thing i'd like to see in that if fifth is actually true the people are game hate to show off the hurt and if people are committing a lot of violence them band alert son look i don't understand why i we can't get to the people that are pain their own and george they you know and free their money and hold them are all spoke for what don't nolan because you know in the back right there's got to be you know what puppet master so to speak along very some people point a finger at people i george sort of space limit there you know he's a he's the provoc a tour and he certainly would upon the money to play right i would agree with you that if somebody is financing movements like this they are just is culpable as anybody on the street i greater yeah exactly i mean and nine is it fine and and you know maybe that's the more maybe stop in see the plane flight out well you know the hank there you know it's all those running couldn't neighborhood it's been a by turned your man okay well is neighborhood better off with the gangster all without we get hurt you know they're better off without the garrett for that's debatable in some cases there's debatable sometimes they're there bad things that you need to accept because the overall good is better i don't know that that applies here with the black block there's in three there's nothing good that's coming out of it and he's from my perspective and for most people who just want to live their life they look at this and go news not good thank you know they're not a good thing like had his like an elephant would diary i mean it's just not authority picture so john i appreciate the call yeah the just gotta jonathan jonathan you're on to be bt are you know as our unknown great i'm glad you're with us what you have our we got out with but not hitting people totally crazy wade i won gonna concrete as you weigh for somebody else to do it's a thank you maybe that was probably pretty sure berkeley and they're didn't turn around good.

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