16 Burst results for "Anthony Clark"
"anthony clark" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"But it was all very good and it was all, you know, it was all fantastic. The company was fantastic. Everyone was awesome. And it was a great time. And, you know, we love those friends of ours very closely. And so it was so overall it was really great. I'm just, I've never seen the flag. They have little flags with the letter V on it. I'm sticking out of like most of the items. And I was like, are these virgins? What is this? Okay, so my wife's family is super super Christian. I mean, her like, you know, Trump's Trump supporter, guns, you know, anti. Only those two things are not mutually exclusive, okay? Not all super Christians support Trump enough guidance. But it's funny because they're like grandma's Mexican Trump supporter, born again Jesus. Morgan Christian. And actually at my Dora's birthday, she was there, and she asked my friend glows out. She goes, can I talk to you GloZell and the grandma was sure? He goes, she goes, how do we get Adam to find Jesus? This is what they're talking about at my three year old's birthday party. Like, you know, like, how do we get me to find Jesus, right? But this time it was okay. I mean, they're really nice, beautiful, you know, they're really nice people, but they're just they're just funny. Like Tori spelling was at my birthday party Tori and dean and their kid. And then you know, I was like, hey this is my great. This is violet's great grandma, blah, blah, and Tori's like, I want to be my great grandma. You know, like, just being nice. But then I got a call three weeks later from her. Look, Adam, can I have Tori spelling's phone number? Because she said she wanted me to be her grandmother. And I'm like, absolutely. There's no absolutely not. That is not exactly like she was just being nice. Like that's the last thing they need right. They have enough issues with their own family. They don't need our issues. But that was fun though. It was nice. We saw like deer and I had a dog and it was like, but like, you know, Anthony Clark used to have a joke. If you have one day to live, go to, I don't know, something Hickory, North Carolina, because that one day will feel like 27 years..
"anthony clark" Discussed on KFC Radio
"And they're like yeah okay. I ever jokes jokes. And i remember the hardest. Overlap this guy. This guy. Jason jack jack and and he came in he came into lunch and he was like an just ripped all over and he had small exit. Someone goes Some goes him and how come how come your your legs aren't as big as your top. And he goes. I don't know i dunno. I dunno and some chili discard jalili. Goes maybe you should start putting the needle in your ass i. I've always said that my my friends. I think i think if you're a funny person. Chances are you're crew of friends are funny and i was just of the one that started to put it on the internet and start at the state into a microphone but a lot of my lingo and jokes and personality is all like an amalgam of all those guys. It's like we're gonna album of the crime happens to work in media. I've just a combination of my friend. Yeah you guys should be getting a cut of this year. Not gonna take my buddy eddie. Fernandez is the single funniest individual that you've ever been that anyone's ever been around. Everyone knows it. But the thing about eddie was you could do something to eddie and then any would take it to the tenth degree and make it. We used to do this thing. And eddie would do this thing to each other that we will pretend to roof each other's drinks just just it was. I don't know it was like we go. Hey can we get some water. And they put him down and he go. Thanks and i would look away. And he pretended roofing my drink and the waitress go. You just ask. And i remember one night. Eddie did it to anthony clark and go. We only did it right. We're talking and eddie looks at me winks. Any pretends to rookie anthony. Clark clark was the comic from boston. Common rupiahs drink and for me. And i'm like oh i pretend to anthony strength and many distracting him pretending until they roofing empty art and does he do anything. It's joke and he loved it and he started routine people girl the to the The the inside jokes had with this guy. Eddie fernandez were all inside jokes anytime. Any tear chairs were set up in any assemblies. Ever are joke was to walk through the center of them. Yell for this guy and go ahead and knock as many chairs downs. I took in the nfc championship game. Jameis winston played in. And and was there my buddy miles. And they're the funniest puck humans and secure and i ate edibles and watch them like do these guys are there like and and by the way you know the part where we buy tongue and don't say the unsavory thing they don't do that at all and you can't cancel me. I sell medical device. So let me ask you this because i. I think you're on a little bit of a tight schedule here today. You mentioned how things are going so well for you and tom and they really are. I like you guys are in like such a prime position right now. What is your personal or two bears goal like. What do you think 'cause. I think like the sky is the fucking limit for you..
"anthony clark" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Ryan clark one of my least favorite steelers of all time and there's very few on that list. There's not many guys that i did. Not like as a steeler and this guy was one of them. Play throwing ryan clark. That would have been let monaco five six years ago. I can't remember help me out and you him. He had a mouth on him was. It wasn't the care from syracuse anthony. Clark that his name now no You're thinking of anthony smith. That wasn't anthony. Yeah he wasn't has smith. I'm thinking mike mitchell mike mitchell. Yeah yeah okay. He came over from from the raiders. Yeah well actually came from carolina. But he was a number-one. Pick from razors. Actually i'm sorry number two pick and one time. He went to ohio university. Yes i thought. When they picked him. I thought it would be a good fit but it didn't. It didn't work out really well. Yeah you're right. So was not a big fan of his. But that's definitely a guy that ryan. Clark was great for this team. And you you need to have those unsung heroes. Now in pittsburgh everybody knew erin loved him around the league. He was a player that you knew him in the division. But did you know him as well so he definitely goes into the tales from two. Am hall of honor. What is your first nomination tate. My first nomination. I'm gonna i'm gonna start going to start from from a a low a little.
"anthony clark" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"Time. I'm so happy to see lisa. I really did. Oh my god thank you for calling me viewed if you never never got one compliment for my ex eight years really not one i would say i would get really dressed up. I show and we were dresses and everything else. I would do my makeup. My hair and i would say how do i look. He'd look at me up and down. Aeko good i was like that's it that's it. Can i get a little more. Nope nothing fuck. I got nothin' do you think he was jealous. How popular you are how successful you know. He was very supportive of the comic came to all the shows and step i just think he's got schizoid personality disorder and he was shut down and couldn't couldn't connect or give compliments or even open up. There was no intimacy you. Could you take compliments. I i thing that some people struggle with all of us here. That's my favorite thing to do. Is compliments my love language. Is it yeah words about formation right. So listen when someone's trying to give you a compliment. They're trying to give you a gift. It'd be like going to a baby shower and you hand over a present and the person goes no and you're like okay and the person giving the compliment it makes them feel good to give your love language is words of affirmation but does that mean that you give or does that mean you want to receive that i wonder is okay so you give it knowing that your love languages words about formation god so sneaky now i'm doubting that's wonderful about you. I was just sitting here thinking like how wonderful you are as a person who's working working but actually something that i i love about you as i always equate you to like a tough ballet teacher. That is is not overly like a few sieve in terms of compliments. Because there were times. When i was taking your class where one of the things i love is really is intimidating but still really good. Is that if you don't find something funny you'll just like sit there deadpan and staring. I think that's really good when you're learning comedy because it's almost like your are very tough critic at first and i think that helps people ready for the real world. You don't always get laughs and everyone's like yourself. Well i call it my thinking face okay. Here's my day scares me scares. Everybody demanded it's. I'm trying to think how to make the joke better. That's all i interesting. Yeah okay so you're not thinking like fuck this grow never. I don't think that about people. I love everybody. But i will say that doesn't serve anybody if i if i just go. Thoughts great doesn't nobody learns exactly honesty over kindness. Yeah that's what i always say. That is like you're not gonna you're not gonna grow from you telling you you're great in every way doesn't it doesn't help you. I'm not gonna be a dick. But also like i'm gonna tell you like that could use a little worker. You know what i've noticed is maybe you see this too is when i'm writing with somebody or i'm doing any kind of project and someone pitches an idea. I'm sitting there kind of thinking like the way that you just described. And i'm like okay okay and i'm thinking of all the things that it could be a other than that and then i. I watched people meltdown. Because they're like the silence kills them so then they start. Okay no maybe. That's maybe you're like we'll just be confident for a second. Let's work through. This said they're already tearing down the walls like you gave me five seconds of silence. And now i know my idea crap. See i don't care what people your business what other people think of me which we say. An alanon and I just have to be mean and be rigorously. Honest as according to my twelve step program not take what other people say and wendy plow through and be like no. This is my own. I like getting feedback from other comedian. only or an audience really audience will tell you. Yeah you know an audience. It's a conversation between you and the audience and you talk then you listen and they say something hopefully what they say is a laugh a lot of times it's silence and then you have to address that you can't just plow through and get louder monologue mode of my students do they're just like my head explode. I'm like you're in monologue code. This is not acting this a standup. It's a conversation you gotta give and take. You gotta listen as much as you talk. Yeah so so. Let's let's talk a little bit about your past and comedy. How did you get started in comedy. What led you there well. I was in a singer dancer and a showgirl and i worked on cruise ships and vegas. I toured the world with sean and all the fifty s man. And i wanted to be honest. It comes so bad. that's all i ever wanted. What was the sitcom when you were growing up. That was like this is the wish. I could be a golden girls but as two young okay. You could have been like someone's step cousin. A neighbor know. My favorite succumb was cheers The reason i like golden girls is because they were older and there was not a lot of action. it was all conversations in the living room. Sure and i was like. This is the most brilliant writing i've ever seen on any show. But any multi cam show that's ever existed and it still holds the test of time like we were watching episodes. And they were tackling like racism and homophobia back. Then they were very edgy and eating cheesecake and gambling. They talked about their had a gambling problem. And i'm like oh she's like me would you. Would you say you're most like dorothy. Or which one would you. Yeah yeah dorothy. But i feel like your your face also could be taken any shit. And you also have the sultry blanche. And i'm not giving a complimentary. Sounds like you're all golden girls role than one. But anyway so i was singing and dancing and during the world and i dated this agent and at the time and goes you want to be honest come go. Do stand up comedy. You'll get seen by the industry you'll get a manager you'll get everything you ever wanted so i went and got an And i started doing stand up a week later freely. Yes and i got on stage at this. Gay bar called the rage and doesn't exist anymore. it's shut down during the pandemic so sad and it was a contest. And you got one hundred bucks if you won and i won shot up and i was like. Oh this is easy. I'm a genius five minutes at prepared. You just go up in five minutes prepared. But i also staying in my act at that time because i was a singer and none of the comics respected me. They were like you're just a variety actor not a comment. But i was like. I do what i do and so i get on stage at the next show i did. I can't remember where it was bombed bombed no lapse. I was like oh. I guess i suck. I should quit. It's like standup is like. Oh i'm the best or i'm the worst. It's just ego That's your ego tells you you're either the best at something or you're you're better than everybody or you're not as good that's ego. Why do you think that is. Because i hear so many comics having like an amazing i show and then it seems to be the pattern of them. The second or the third is like. I am nobody okay. I just think that's the way standup goes. You could have the worst set i. Yeah i bombed at the montreal comedy festival so bad. It was the worst. It was a shit show moment. If i've ever let's let's hear if i've ever i love your our own segues for us. I just wanna relax and we on the floor. That's so nice to have someone else doing. Actually that's funny so my manager at the time was a man named jason. Solomon and he believed in me so much and he represented anthony. Clark who was a comic from chicago and at the time was on a sitcom of his own show. I can't remember the name. But he was the lead. And i think it was called anthony. Clark how'd you forget that one. And so he said to the people at montreal. Y'all give you anthony. Clark gotta take my client lisa sunset and they didn't wanna take me and i was like you better take and the.
"anthony clark" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Being a team that can get to the final four enlisted Gonzaga. Yeah, like I think that's where I'm at. Like everyone's just going to lose Gonzaga, but I think that they why we even like the great thing about Gonzaga be an awesome job that we if the season gets shut down because of the coronavirus at least we know who's going to win the title, right? It's going to be exact just give them the banner now man shyt the other team owners talked abouts do Chrome. I watch the Coppin State game right before we got on I have concerns. I have some real concerns right now with Duke. I've gotta tell you I am significantly more concerned about Duke than I am about Kentucky like Kentucky. You can see a path to them being really really good. I do not know how Duke can end up being good life. I legitimately think there's a real chance that they can end up being like a 500 team this year. Okay. I'm not that worried. I'm definitely not that word. But I think their pathway is letting Jaylin off like run point and playing DJ Stewart is like the combo guard who is like the quote unquote point guard right? They play Jordan goldwire today. I don't I don't really get it. They tend to I know started Jordan goldwire Joey Baker and Matthew hurt while playing Jaylen Johnson at the 5,000. Yeah, that's a problem. I'm not a problem. They got their asking the best player on the other than Jaylen Johnson, right the best player on the floor and that cop and State game was some dude that they I don't even know what his name was it like 285 lucky. They kept Duncan on them. Yeah. That was good. Well, they had two of them. That's the thing like they had both Anthony Clark and Clayton kid. They're both they're both like look kind of similar when you should know which one is which right but what one of them had sixteen the other one had like eighteen like those two don't know they both the 24 good they were both really good Mackin took had like twenty two and nine. So I think you're talking about Anthony torque. He like washed. He rants Matthew heard a few times and yes, he did. I will say this like dead. Matthew hurt was not a disaster in that game. Like I'm not nearly as worried about Matthew hurt rocking and Eric gagne goatee, then I am about Joey back playing for this Duke team at all. Yeah, it's I just don't understand. So there's a couple of things right? Like I don't understand how they're going to be able to guard at any kind of reasonable level if they don't have. Any kind of Rim protection and you're playing Joey Baker and Matthew hurt, right or you don't have any kind of Rim protection and you're.
"anthony clark" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"anthony clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Anything mattress as a bus has been taken offline Charlie harder come o'neill Safeway is looking to hire thousands of people in light of the corona virus outbreak the company also owns Albertsons stores insist if two thousand immediate openings for in store delivery drivers personal shoppers and workers for their distribution center in Auburn Congress is hiring in anticipation of employees staying home because of schools closing or because they've had contact with someone who tested positive for covert nineteen needs delivery drivers because they've seen the spike in demand for home grocery delivery as people stay home Safeway has one hundred ninety locations in Washington the biggest hiring needs are at stores where schools were closed first that of course in king Pierce and Snohomish counties Seattle's small businesses might be eligible for grants of up to ten thousand dollars if corona viruses hammered their bottom line mayor Jenny Durkan says the city is setting aside one point five million dollars to help businesses with five or fewer employees they can apply for grants up to ten thousand dollars depending on their losses if the owner earns less than eighty percent of the areas meet in income public health officials grappling with the possibility of residents of unsanctioned homeless camps that they could spread coronavirus Seattle libraries are closing for a month starting today and it's not a hardship just for book lovers homeless advocates say one library's closed unsheltered people have even fewer places to take advantage of sanitary bathroom facilities it's a concern given the emphasis on basic hygiene to prevent the virus from spreading Anthony Clark is homeless in sodo.
"anthony clark" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Weekend highlighting okay all righty I joke on top for good job come okay that that any time later in a letter is rolling in diving ET you know the lack of bathrooms and sanitation leaving the unsheltered homeless less protected against the coronavirus so this is slightly different than what the city council member had said I think a couple of days ago weeks ago saying oh no they're not I'm more of a threat than anyone else you know it means like don't single them out they'll be afraid of them but then later on they said actually they are more of a threat because I don't have sanitation you don't have any hand washing stations you don't have anything that allows them to take the normal precautions of the rest of us take yes so the the threat is that they are not serviced like most of us wash your hands we have plenty of access to washing our hands on interestingly enough Seattle unlike maybe it's sister cities like Los Angeles in Berkeley and San Diego we do not have hand washing stations for the homeless like those three cities do we lack those kind of mobile tools because of a philosophical difference that we have in terms of our approach I found this really fascinating The Seattle Times article that we are focused on things like shelter but do not want to make have bathroom facilities and hand washing availability to you know at hand because then people might get comfortable in having access to showers and and the toilets and hand washing situations and so we feel like that might make them not want to get up and move out so our philosophy in this long before the crown viruses are flaws it was no we don't want to have too many hand washing stations in place to go to the bathroom we want to make life inconvenient will focus on the shelter for them but the problem with that approach is that and that Hey that affects so few people compared if we just had bathroom facilities or hand washing stations so I'm like LA Berkeley and San Diego our philosophy is getting in the way of how we're dealing with this with the corona virus in the homeless because they can't even wash their hands of so most bathrooms are closed down early like to twenty four seven bathrooms in the entire city most of the other ones are closed down by six or something and they say that this is an interesting philosophical difference and now Seattle might be paying the price of it because we don't have I haven't made them is available yeah I was skeptical of that take so I looked up to the man March fifteenth two thousand eighteen in the headline is rare infectious disease alarming rate for the Seattle homeless concerning and then I found out that the king County Board of health had a special meeting Dr John Lynch was there and they passed a resolution VAT urging more sanitation and hygiene services for unsheltered homeless at the meeting that official described their effort increased toilets hot water hand washing stations the city's six sanctioned encampments during hand washing kits to it so I guess they passed a resolution and then I guess they did they put money behind it when they keep saying that we don't want to make things too comfortable it doesn't sound like Seattle may if you spend a hundred million dollars or more king county spent a billion dollars and all sorts of homeless services it seems like we want people to be as comfortable as possible will let you sleep wherever you'd like we're not going to ask you to move or take responsibility for your behavior and will even ask you if you'd like to go get some medical services are to be able to get off of drugs we don't push anybody we give them plenty of time to move to the next place and set up another tent Seattle has long provided resisted providing such widespread hygiene and sanitation services for people living outside out of a concern that to do so would imply the camps are permanent that so that's yeah so it looks like we've set things up with and why we can't do a sweep in six months right or two months or whatever and because of that there is that over concern and by the way the city room in response to this information and sell times gathered thank said quote we have well over one hundred publicly accessible facilities offering toilets showers or both and then Seattle times points out but few are regularly accessible according to an auditor's report only six city funded restaurants were available twenty four seven so and public restrooms are enough to ensure someone can maintain high levels of hygiene it's just an end using off approach right now if we could get hand washing at least that to them right now doing the grunt of ISIS viruses might help like Los Angeles Berkeley and San Diego is already done I've already done there's this guy who is homeless is name is Anthony Clark he talks about he dances down soda you know you have to.
"anthony clark" Discussed on KOMO
"Five smooth sailing into downtown Seattle north but I thought that was crowding between nine ninety and the convention center our next come traffic at eight forty four and look at our come o'keefe over forecast here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke turning colder and windier throughout the day today tracking lowlands rain showers that could see one of the few wet snowflakes into tonight's now while we don't expect any accumulation of snow in the lowlands at the Olympic mountains in the southern cascades that will get hit with over a foot of snow into Saturday as we look ahead to tomorrow cloudy and maybe some lingering snow showers in the southwest interior with a sun returning Sunday but cold lingers through then in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark we are seeing some little pockets of snow showers this morning here in downtown Seattle it's just light rain though in thirty nine cobalt is time eight thirty six the state legislative session wrapped up yesterday and lawmakers agree to boost emergency funding to fight the corona virus pandemic from one hundred million dollars to two hundred million state and local public health agencies will get one hundred seventy five million dollars in the rest will go into a special unemployment account to help businesses and workers public health officials are grappling with the possibility residents of unsanctioned homeless camps could spread the virus we get a closer look from Kamel's Corwin hate Seattle libraries are closing for a month starting today and it's not a hardship just for book lovers homeless advocates say one library's closed unsheltered people have you even fewer places to take advantage of sanitary bathroom facilities it's a concern given the emphasis on basic hygiene to prevent the virus from spreading Anthony Clark is homeless in sodo he tells The Seattle Times he washes his hands and uses the bathroom at a nearby park but it's far from ideal.
"anthony clark" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number and tougher text as well what happens when you're talking about guilty pleasure TV shows which ones do you watch that you feel a little guilty about next one of the articles the bachelor and the bachelorette you watch those right huh yeah I I I tend to watch them because all my friends watch him yeah I'm I'm not I tried and I can't get into it they just had the finale last night for the they did actually now they see more reality I can't it doesn't matter what version or installment of this franchise were talking about the ladies can't seem to get enough of that man or woman desperately searching to find someone special yes we know the guys are watching and might even be hosting their own viewing parties with the roads and plenty of tissues on hand I did I would go to a Monday viewing party yeah they're jealous yeah buddy of mine yeah I don't know I mean I'm I'm not I don't have a problem with dumb reality shows you know but I just couldn't I can't I could never get into it I try to watch and I was like wow I'm Diane is on WGN hi Diane yeah hi Nicole R. yes all right what's up I know you're good I had a good one for you okay the show isn't on anymore I don't think but that Teletubbies god you watched the Teletubbies I love that show and it's like a baby show yeah but I I I used to turn on all the time it is like it's just me it was then now okay the perfect situation a perfect world like a dream world and I don't know I just I just couldn't not what okay it was a wonderful show Diane watching the Teletubbies okay Diane thanks that is guilty yeah okay see you later bye bye I had to tell him he's freaked me out they freak me out I could I you know I'm sorry I know I never want to tell I mean I it's I've seen the number where the Teletubbies but if I would ever watch any portion of it I'd be like man this is just too weird I was thought it was just we really whether tells observer just really weird I'm so yeah I don't know the I don't know the Teletubbies aren't around anymore right they're not around anymore the they were in for I think around for a very long time I think they had and I have been a pretty good run the the Teletubbies but yeah they were this is just a very easy was too weird for me and I like I mean you know I'm not adverse to weird stuff as anybody knows who knows me but that was just like I get it just kept thinking that this is just too weird okay our next one here about the guilty pleasure TV shows is the Osborne's I why I love that show I loved it and it was well I mean it was he was huge it's a case of a show that was so bad that it was actually fun to watch and if it's one of the biggest hits in MTV history a whole new generation was turned on to the prince of darkness Ozzy Osborne not as a musician but as a bumbling reality television star who was reportedly stone throughout most of the series run his bratty kids in his overbearing wife made this the perfect car wreck watching a TV show yeah I loved it I love the Osborne's yeah I I I thought that she was great and when when it first came on and was it such a huge hit everybody was watching it I mean it was the it was the go to show don did you watch the Osbournes yeah I mean it was massive it was massive especially because I was living abroad at the time when it first started yeah and everything all the jokes everybody was just talking about these Osborne's and I was like a lot of people of that generation I did not know who I see Osborne was man like my parents knew but they just never explained it to me if they actually hated it when I would put it on their return off a lot because they were they were uncomfortable watching it with their just like this is so crude you should be watching us like we're talking about what two thousand one two thousand to two thousand two is windows RT was started so I was like eight yeah and I was watchin Ozzie Osborne go asin and blinded all over the place on on TV and I was it was censored but I knew I've got the the the whole series on DVD and they have the option where you can watch it on censored the beeps are but what what the some of the things that make it so funny you I watch I never watch it I got to DVDs and home and whenever I buy I pop on episode in its the censored version so much money that way because the beats are hilarious the M. this is this the incredible incredible amounts of beeps in every episode that's one of the things that I think is is makes it even funnier but yeah no I love I love the Osborne's I thought it was great I watched it it didn't you know I watch them I'm as guilty of watching it was everybody was back in the early two thousands when it first started is one of the few guys guilty pleasures on this list though plenty of females had no trouble looking at dreamy star Adrian Griner during their and his hang around friends it's also considered a guilty pleasure by some of the biggest names in entertainment sports who made cameos like Scarlett Johannson lebron James whether we admit to watching or not the HBO hit earned twenty six primetime Emmy nominations and produce the film twenty six primetime Emmy nominations for entourage wow I'm yeah no I watched entourage and mainly because it was only you know like a half an hour long and it was on before the wire that was kind of the only you know I had that that was kind of the only reason that I watch it was out you know I was killing half an hour before the wire came on so and then the movie in the movie was the movie was terrible I'm in the movie was Harel but entourage you know I thought I got to say I thought Jeremy Piven was great odds rush I'm you know there's there's not a very stretch it's not a not a very stretching performance for for for Piven playing that role but done other things about entourage that I that I enjoyed I'm I know it's got a reputation because it it's like a you know like almost every character in the show is a D. bag you know but the cameos were kind of fun I thought it was very funny on it I watched I watched I watched the whole series I watch the whole thing so here's Linda WGN Highlander hi how you doing man all right what's up I'm I'm my guilty pleasure this year is mass singer yeah I cannot believe every week my jaw dropped yeah we now listen don't say anything I haven't watched I now I have a I'm gonna watch but you're gonna love it I love the mask singer I love it I think it's great I've loved it since the first episode it's just it it's just what it reads it is absolutely the Illinois I kind of think that this is what this one is kind of the definitive guilty pleasure TV show and when she was the boss to check all the stars aside I think I really want to be on the show yeah yeah no I I love it I think it's great I think it's just Kenji on makes me nuts though that's the that's the but that's like that's kind of his job though is to is to make everybody nuts so yeah but my other guilty pleasures Colombo Colombo that's a great show I love that show yeah it's great all right thanks Linda hundred times when I could do the hundred mark gotcha okay Linda thanks thank you take care the mask singer baby I'm let's see two one nine says mmhm Hey Nick and Tom my favorite guilty pleasure show was ever would in almost ten years ago I got to meet the main actor Gregory Smith on the set of his next show in Toronto called rookie blue he gave my sister friends and I a tour of the set he gave me an ever word jacket which I still have today wow wow nice Kay says such a really great guy he shifted its directing on shows like arrow and Riverdale eight one five says how about the show yes dear oh god that show was terrible who was on that show I just remember the title isn't is a terrible show oh my god I remember him until about Michael Malley my horse right Michael Malia Anthony Clark Michael Malley got that show was terrible who were the who with who the women on it Jean Louisa Kelly and Liza Snyder yes dear it was on CBS then on cable it was stupid with the cast you would know by face but not their names well you know Michael Malek because of glee yeah and I know because he hosted a Nickelodeon game show called guts well he yeah he did host that well I like Michael Malley good actor yeah I think he's I think he's I think he's I think he's got a one which is up to now but yeah he was ugly here's Patrick and Alicia hi Patrick Hey buddy eight love your show manufacturer here awesome thanks man so I see the Osborne show yeah well you huge it just because of our age group everybody wanting what size you do walk out yeah all right and then there's as you Jack okay street channel that is why he and Jack just travel rock thank you yeah yeah yeah all my god yeah what do you like this is a place of darkness on quote right driving around and like cancer crap yeah right right seriously why would you have like a a brand new car bright red or whatever I'm kind of funny yeah H. B. O. L. D. she may have that show up outsiders yeah either outside or application basement yeah like is it the first out so that's it yeah soul good and then there is dead wood that is my go to from HBO yeah Westworld oh my god it's just so cool because what is that problem quite big brought it back yeah they did the what used to be it used to be it was a movie is based on a movie there was a movie called Westworld that's Wednesday I don't understand Westworld the show I understand Patrick thank you buddy thank you for the call so I just I tried once and I was like I don't know what's going on no mention of curb your enthusiasm you're talking about all the HBO show's producers and by the way this season unbelievably funny on B. leave a boy funny it's great but sometimes it is so hard to watch I love it Ainsley awkward Anya but Jon Hamm was on the last episode and he killed he was hilarious he was shadowing Larry because he was gonna be in a movie that was based on Larry so we should be settled taking notes the whole time absolutely hilarious okay Nick junior show continues we're talking about guilty pleasure TV shows three.
"anthony clark" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"From the former vice president well I think Texas is much more in play than what a lot of people in other parts of the nation believe former candidates Pete JJB clover shore who both dropped out of the race this week endorsing Biden at the events what's a democratic rally in Texas though without some opposition this woman and her husband telling president trump G. shorts from the parking lot I'm gonna do everything in my power to keep my state read both parties encouraging a high voter turnout this super Tuesday in Dallas Clayton level W. B. A. P. new suit for port police cars were found riddled with bullets and the department wants some answers fort worth police say they staged several police cars in areas around the city to advertise recruiting efforts and promote driver safety officer Tracy Carter says they were hurt to see two of the cars vandalized by gunfire as a police officer it's also set back but that doesn't mean that we're not going to get through it we want to be a department as community oriented our goal is to still get out there and speak to the community develop relationships with the community if you have any information for worth police are urging you to contact them Kaplan's I. R. W. B. A. P. news grapevine police have arrested a former Lewisville ISD volleyball coach for allegedly sexually assaulting a child Amanda McNew with the grapevine police says forty five year old Anthony Clark is facing second degree charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a fifteen year old at the time when it's not happened over twenty years ago Texas business closing numbers on Wall Street the Dow closed up one thousand to ninety four nasdaq was up by three hundred ninety five points S. and P. five hundred up by one thirty six right now sixty eight in downtown Dallas from the WBAP news desk on the key breaks your next update at eight thirty twenty four seven coverage at W. B. A. P. dot com this is the news welcome to twenty eight and ninety nine five and then the city to start date twenty what we can't leave Joseph R. Biden is now the Democrats apparent last hope Joseph R. Biden he died trip he actually performed tremendously in South Carolina Joe Biden literally getting I think you got forty eight percent of the vote verses Sanders got twenty at least twenty points slash and meanwhile mayor Pete is out and any culture is out there were people in fort worth crying I am not kidding you they were crying because mayor Pete dropped out here we go here's a lady she's crying I'm devastated.
"anthony clark" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Webb aw report shot out to Anthony. Clark shot one man. You're anthony wants you to call them. Anthony clock is one in a basketball league right down here in the Lehigh valley out today. I want you to call in. And he's told to see like six. Eight can only like the tallest guy neighborhood. He's the tallest got used to play basketball back in the day right now. He's a coach right or he could play a little bit but now he's great at washing tops of vans. I'm Dan shot to Richard Non Wolf Nation. I don't go nowhere. Wake up. Live free shoutout Qassim Griffin. Hey Qassim shoutout to. Ken Black said he hates that hat. Sean took beautiful or a Dago. Shot is Shayla Hall. Hey Shayla shots it Diane Diane Hall. Thanks FOR THE MUSIC. You sit in bed. Cirque DU shots in the Sun Washington heinous on shoutout to Laura Turner. Hey Laurie was going on girl. Shout to my mom Mama Setting. Hey Mom Howard later on today. What shoutout to Melvin Wagner? Hey Melvin we really appreciate you shots a Kenya Brown. Who just stopped in the room. Hakin Yada Yada a day you right now to do twenty five push up and put it on video and throw it in the group room. Stop putting up. Those pitches flexing on the in the bathroom with island flag. See Him at work. I want to see twenty-five. Are you up for the challenge? Radical guys you shout out to Hesse Stevens. That's.
"anthony clark" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West
"You're talking to people every day? Do you feel like the general population is more educated about this than five years ago. Yes and you know. That's due to the political awakening we've had in largely due to you know Bernie Sanders having the actual you know he had the actual gun fin balls. Yes thank you to ask. Walls is the word from the crowd and the crowd To do the right thing and to actually start being bold enough to go out there and say these things what surprise me when when we get into like the whole part where we start filming right. The background piece saw back up a minute that whole process there when Rachel ears. A the director came to me and said amy where we WANNA film you. I'm like why no one's going to watch this. Everyone hates us. We got a Unpack a little bit for anybody. Who's listening might not know. But you can see amy right now on Netflix. We've alluded to this already a couple times. Knock down the house ward. Winning documentary from two thousand Nineteen That outlined the that followed the campaigns of yourself of convenience member Corey Bush Cossio Cortez and others So watch that if you haven't watched it if you're listening to my show you probably have but just for a little bit. I mean real aware that this I mean. You're obviously aware there were cameras in your face but you know that they were going to turn it into what turned into a lot of things. I I watched it. I didn't even remember her. I didn't even realize she was videotaping. Right 'CAUSE WE SH- that's that's the whole point of a documentary is that they don't get involved or interact rarely because they want to capture in its truest form. None of that was rehearsed. You know there wasn't a retake. This was what was happening in the moment. And you know all of us when we were running coming Corey Bush Anthony Clark apology all of us. We were running in two thousand eighteen in the largest really a people of insurgent candidates that we've seen right all spurred on by Bernie Sanders We were running and we were scared and we really didn't know what was going to come out of this and we saw the powers. We saw what was happening. We saw what was happening in our own personal lives. None of us knew what this what the outcomes are going to be and when we saw the original. I know for me when I saw the dark the draft. I remember thinking some parts. I was like you absolutely cannot include. That are you've lost your mind. What was especially hard for me was was was the vulnerability that it took to be in the movie especially as a woman running And the part where they capture. My loss You know that day I was holding Chileans earn and when I saw the results come in. Didn't get into the film but the first thing on my mouth. I dropped down and I was like no now. More people are going to die and I couldn't save them like I couldn't save Shimin. The weight of my community was on me and I had to go home that night and really think about it. What was I worried about that? Being shown for him first of all I want to change the perception. That showing emotion made you weak. I'd like to counter argue that showing emotion shows that you care enough to actually care about your community. I like to see more of our representatives. Give a crap. I like to see them care about the community and things like that. That was like that was uncomfortable. I think probably Corey can attest some of that. Some of the things when we first see it. I know when corine are watching it together We're not able to get to the movie watching it a lot because it's very emotional. It's reliving that whole that whole moment for us again but I think overall we might have lost some elections but we won the conversation approximate amy. We're going to ask you to stick around if you can kind of move over here a little bit. Actually we're GONNA bring up our Our our next guest and our next guest is somebody who's sort of in line with a lot of the way that we book our show and a lot of the voices that we try to elevate younger voices voices of people who are taking on entrenched powers People who are who are not afraid to you know. Try to fight and may make a difference. Even though they aren't from again you talked about like the traditional pedigree that you know. The Washington. Dc. You know route that everybody kind of takes we'd like to talk to people that don't necessarily fit that mold so everybody welcome Anthony Junior Anthony. So Anthony Right now is running against when you talk about entrenched power in this state. He's running a progressive campaign against Dina Titus and Congressional district. One Here in Nevada. Why did you choose to do this? Tell us you know when I moved to Nevada and when I was eight I moved here when I was eighteen. I was homeless. It was hard for me because I escaped violence where I was from an you're from New Jersey Jersey up and when I came here my brother's like hey you know you can stay with me. Unlv dorms can standard my little dorm bed if you want to. You know it's like if you know anything about. Unlv has three full of like space. Where you like you can sleep under the third four. Williams Williams five. Oh One also pretty dorm and you know I lived there in the community came together in. Unlv show me that you know we care there. There's problems situations out there. We're going through LIKE UNAFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE. Like amy talked about like a low wages in rising rent seriously affecting communities of color communities that are out there working super hard is affecting the single moms single dads that are out there. And they're trying to pay their rent. When the rent's going up seven percent every year every other year you know and and we need representatives. Who lived in those Shoes in those footsteps to to fight in and to be a voice to unheard or the or the people you know don't feel like their voice marginalized. Yeah exactly exactly. I think that in these conversations what gets lost is the practicalities and the realities of being in poverty of existing poverty and how expensive it is to be poor like talk about that a little bit. I know you you had mentioned that Just trying to start your own business and just kind of get yourself modestly off the ground on an eight dollar an hour wage and and in in a city where rent is exploding just like it is all over the country Miami All over the place talk about how expensive it is to be poor. And how that sort of contributes to the marginalisation. It's really expensive. Be Poor out here. It's like for me personally. I don't have a car you know. I have to walk everywhere. I'm I'm aware I work fulltime insecurity guard. You know. Sometimes I'll get like fifteen hours a day or or eight hours a day after work halfway across the city because I don't have enough money to get on the bus. I don't have that two dollars and fifty cents to on the bus to get back and back and forth and it's very difficult so you know when I when I use my disadvantages to my advantage is when when I'm doing this campaign is because I feel like I can reach more voters you know when I'm on the bus and they can see someone who's who's actually living in their same. She was getting people when you're out exactly every single day when I'm walking I'm going to McDonalds to pick up food without you know because I can't go to Walmart. Don't have six dollars for a bag of me. So I gotta get. You know a dollar mcchicken. I talked to the homeless community center on you. Know Vm. No Hey you know I care about you. Know how was once in your shoes? You Know God blessed me and he gave me two or three minimum wage jobs to our can afford a six hundred dollar range you know and like I'm so fortunate they like the community is looking back like hey like we respect what you're doing keep fighting and keep won't push in and you know. I. I'M A to champion for people's rights and People's policies. He's a little younger. So you have fewer presidents to pick from.
"anthony clark" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"So they had twenty one people and the last man standing or the last person standing happens to be Lori Lightfoot, so Edberg tried to really trip up in her first council meeting, and with this whole battle about pronoun news is, though, as the kids, they Laurie clapback and heart to just came in may. So she came out saying, I don't care to these people just elected the this man. That's their problem. This at by thirty as me as mayor. This man needs to step down. And this is something this isn't done like wait a minute. They always get along and work together against the people that voted for him. That's what they do. And so for her to come out boat until Ed, you cats go. I don't wanna be because he's a democrat. But I'm Kevin like right now, I'm not her. She's like all these backroom deals making deals hiring coz, that's got to stop. And I'm I'm trusting that she's going to live up to what he's promising. She has at this point. I have no reason not to believe it for her to come out so strong. I don't know of Edberg is gonna run away and, and actually resigned, that would be interesting. But I like consul wars. I, I don't like it when we have a king city hall in ninety eight percent of the people will go ahead and vote to, to put in a parking meters, Texas, a fees on the good people in Chicago. So bring if on Lori Lightfoot I was an rd Naga ration- sat through the speech when they start applauding killing babies, I left because I was just too much darkness for me this that we don't agree on that. But again, that was a very strong statement. She made yesterday. So this time Mark Miller ways, he's not going to give us a list of what to do. Just find it online. But you have a question, Mark. A lot of listeners are listening to man on the street segment. Five thirty one hopefully we'd be next week. But my question for the panel here. And if you guys want to reintroduce yourselves real quick, but is worry Lightfoot can be the savior for people like us business owners, cutting taxes, better schools, less crime, fixing the pension, tell us what Lori Lightfoot going to do for us. By dumping one. Yeah. No. Just this Monroe Anderson talking and for the record, I was mayor Sawyer's press Necker. Terry. Laurie life for is going to do is kill corruption. I think in Chicago, but she has a lot of challenges. Yeah, there's a lot and the Pinson problem that the, the mayor Daley, mayor Daley. They did was bought the peace labor unions, by giving them big pinson's instead of giving them the money if they were trying to get. That's how they bought the peace with them. These people are now baby boomers who are retiring, and they have that money coming they paid into it has to be paid. But moving forward, we should be going into a 4._0._1._K for the new hires because it's unsustainable. We know that's fine. So I haven't heard anything about lowering taxes and making this morph audible city to live, what Democrats. We're not testing. How to saying she's getting things, but per speeches and her stop to never made those promises to make this, a city that people can afford to live in again, is still a Tele two cities, very subsidized and the very rich. So that's what I'm saying. So I wanna know as Mark. Admits it's rich, but it's not a lot of subsidize Republican myth. Okay. Based upon Mark as we introduce yourself out. I'm Anthony Clark specification high school teacher, nonprofit director and candidate for seven congressional district. Thank you. Mark taylor. So what I will say no matter what side John, independent Republican democrat. I, I would like to say that I feel like as people we need to move out of the thought process. Narrative of one person is going to save us or one policy or legislation is to save us. This is a marathon, not a sprint. So if there's any issue that you champion any issue, they believe in, yes, you vote for the individuals that you think is going to push that. And yes, you vote for the policy legislation, but don't work is not done. Our work is never done. We have to be to the ground, and we have to hold our leaders accountable reason Illinois, get into the position that was in, because even as a democrat, I can say, democratic leadership, that has never been held accountable for their actions is. What she's saying? She's outside the fifty that had been doing this. We've got twelve of them have been doing this time, and they're sitting there watching her, we know how to jail progress. A lot of. We'll get. But optimistic. I'm not part of our team optimistic because I think she's not afraid to rock the boat. Okay. Break up. Some of those was she style politics that Gymboree introduce yourself and say, what do you think of Laurie her? First two weeks. We're not judging her on the first two weeks necessarily. But what she said our platform. What he's promised. Is this a solution to what the issues we Cocco, Jim Allen minister business consultant? I didn't vote Laurie life it. But from what I'm seeing from what I'm saying, I'm, I'm liking what I'm saying. And yeah, I voted for prankul one win one war. I could've Wonderwall. Hey. But nevertheless, moving forward, right? I like what I'm saying. And, and it sounds like to meet she wants to drain the swamp for. That.
"anthony clark" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"If gets me going every time I hear Mark Levin say my name is always a good another reason to see just so you can meet parkland and so many other people that are approachable they're in a fired up and just excited about being Americans. And I'm telling you start saving up here, coffee, money or pack a lunch, but they need about fifteen hundred dollars, I think, to go to see peck, comfortably. But again, I, I'm just the poor grandma drive a minivan around to face county, so I pack them in four of us in the room, and was we like staying on property. Did you stay on property when you went to CPAC? Gaylord, where CPAC was we were down the street based? Yeah. Yeah. Now, she's got two years. You know, under this was my fourth year in a row going so. I say to myself, don't go Doug. Oh, but you can't I try to explain to people what is life to be there. And to be around, like minded people and just to hear them speak in being a room. It could be six thousand people out of Moammar exaggerates, how many people in that room when Trump comes to speak, but he feel like he's talking right to you. And just the it's just a great place to be, and I constantly think about people that I met as a result of just being a radio role just standing on the spot, and they walk by our friends, and we talk on my show, a needs to go over it since I've been back from CPAC, I think almost once a week, I've had someone on as result of me meeting them at CPAC. So it's always a great time to go. I just have so much fun. And just as a busy mom nicest to get away and hang out with, with a bunch of women. And we're all just so happy to be running around CPAC eating great places in this last time to be able to have dinner with Justice Gelinas daughter-in-law was pitching myself the whole time trying to act really cool like this was normal for me. But I was just like. Kaleo my goodness. Amazing. So I recommend everybody's just not for people like me. Lots of young people. They are dominant. Ac- pec. They are the best dress, and they're the ones we're Mark Levin is coming through almost as Justin Bieber just walked days ago screaming. Ben shapiro. They're just so excited about real heroes and not the little ones that everybody else is talking about. So I'm so happy that nectar. We have to get together and have dinner if I'm blessed that have the opportunity to go really quick guys. I'm so happy that they're here. It's a six o'clock Margaret be doing his reporting a little bit. But save the date for next week. I'm so nervous. I'm so worried about doing next week show. It's a panel show is something that I came up with a decided always sit around and talk about what's wrong with Chicago. And I thought, wouldn't it be nice to invite people in a panel to talk about solutions to what's plaguing Chicago because, again, the beginning of the summer, you just think about all the this the bad news that we'll be getting awesome. Hopefully not maybe this summer will change. But I will have Monroe Anderson, he's a longtime Chicago journalist who has worked for the sun, the CBS, and he was press secretary for the city of Chicago have Anthony Clark. He's a veteran veteran an educator, and he's the founder of the suburban unity alliance, and he, he's also running for. Congress. He wants to defeat Danny Kaye Davis. And, you know, I'm on the board alcohol over that. And also, Dr Jim Allen, he is founder of the vineyards of Toco vendors, Chicago, a ministry, dedicated to solving social ills through economics, education and empowerment. So we're gonna do a panel show, I need lots of prayer support. I hope to be able to do more things like this. But this first one, I thought, let's talk about solutions and to a city that we all love. So tune in next week, the first hour will be the normal show than at four o'clock we're going to move into the lounge and do the show in front of an audience. And, and hopefully again, we can ensure we can get through the two hours without talking over each other. That's going to be me to remind myself, let them talk, let my mother's always text me. She'll be in studio to say, let them talk, and talk, especially if it's a democrat, she wants to make sure I give them ample time. So I'm just hoping for a good display of just different ideas and again, looking for solutions, because I am so. Sick of galas and fundraisers, and everybody's got a five oh once three or five whatever in and everybody's raising money, and I never see how this is actually helping people not to say that I have all the answers, but maybe bring these people together. It would be a great opportunity to just display some things on the left rights and who knows. But I'm really looking forward to next week. Well, this'll funny we were talking about security on campus and they were saying them commercial that the security guards at the are not armed what you can't bring a gun, and then the people in their protecting you don't have guns either does anybody. They're not arms. And that sounds really crazy to save. But they're not armed. And we all know criminals are not going to be interesting. Oh, let me go back to my car. Put my gun away. They're like, hey, this is these are sheep those nobody armed I can go ahead and do whatever I wanna do you think, again, to be that responsibility says, I got you that says no gun allow, I'm thinking somebody inside has a gun. So what, what are they armed with, like, feathers to tickle you to death? Distracted with jokes juggling. And then the I don't know what, what, how do you think they're going to protect students? I if I send my kid there, let's say, I'm from mud water Mississippi somewhere and I'm sitting in my kids to the big city to go to. I wanna know that they're safe in, you know, somebody's protecting them the larger issue though, it speaks it speaks of the diminishment of law enforcement, in general just an ethos pervades, especially the city of Kaga where we just don't respect police officers respect who lives matter, also. So the diminution of, of the lives of law enforcement is something that is prevalent in this city and you see on college campuses where these are. Sort of wars of the school. They're just like emblematic symbols that are supposed to just by looking at them. We're supposed to feel safe, but God forbid that a shoot should erupt what's going to happen. But I think it's a larger issue just not respecting law enforcement in general in principle is part of the conservative identity of this city. What's even worse is like students can't even protect themselves because we can't even bring Mason campus. It's just it's really ridiculous. No, no say days. Cannot have me on campus. It's so it's like it's like, what are you going to do? And even just this past month. They think there's been like about three public safety emails. At least. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Reagan somewhere where he can't have maze. Maybe look into Columbia, talked to the producers gone they have made. I don't know. It's just probably just across the board, liberal liberal campuses. They just fill it filling. Good. And just making sure we don't wanna talk about that this is a safe space, and there's no weapons allow, but unfortunately, like we know the bad guys do not comply with laws and we need to be able to protect ourselves. And I've been saying who's going to run for mayor and for years thinking about the young people say, send you sound like you could be a candidate for mayor. You love the police. Everything you've been saying, since she's hitting me getting on Charles love, like you do live in the city of Chicago. Lakeview residency. Taking care of wells spoken knows the issue loves the city. I don't know what else you, they maybe a couple of million dollars, but I mean to get it going. But why not because I'm too outspoken him to transpose? We need we need somebody who's outspoken unafraid to say what needs to be said and not gonna bite their tongue and say things to the pipers union at one then go over here to this union, say something else. I think you I'm a moral purist, and I think I would just inhabit infrastructure the sole corrupt that I'd probably end up firing everybody, you're fired. You're fired. You're. Everybody's out, we got to see who she picks it's going to be very interesting. But I don't know between you and Charles love. And I know Charles is listening author who's been on my show. Another fired up loud, proud black conservative. We've got an adult. You don't have to be a black conservative. I don't care. What is somebody has a conservative? They find it wants to run the city of Chicago. Let's get behind them, please, please, please next time if it's twenty one Democrats zero Republicans we have lost again. We need to make sure that we take advantage the next time because all the platform is that if one hundred years they've ruined the city give us a chance three one five nine one eighty nine hundred back for alive men ministry.
"anthony clark" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"They only shot four shows down that he had so many. He was married to Michelle Pfeiffer, somebody David. Yes, he had so many shows going on at the time. Yeah. Yeah. He just told ABC, I'm not leaving beach. Yeah. Though the studios never all four shoot shoot for his show is now. Wow. What's his last name, David Lee? Maybe. If something. Yeah. But you're right. He was he's right now mcbeal, right, right? Right. All right. Walk shows at one doggie was rocket and he shot his show. I'll and I'll never forget that that was the same week that I was going into the spine. I went all week. I would go down in the regard don't go. God book. Dammit. But they were looking for three different mobsters for different mobsters. So we all had a shot. Right. It will get that's called back Billy dome. What's good good? No. But it wasn't a competition. Fuck the kisses deputy abuse of the time Billy was to kiss a debt everything he fucking Zan. We'll get canceled or was always a bad role Billy shot before Billy got that show on CBS. Don't he was in Lockie Hughley. We're lucky show the other day, John Anthony Clark and the Anthony Clark show. We did like fucking probably like thirteen episodes of that show with Anthony Clark and Mike Mike, Mike, Michael Malley, Michael Molly, they on that show before king in queens on CBS. Yeah, he had Billy at those. Great fun. Correct. Molly is done. He was in. You know, he's the during the jersey, boys. I mean, he's you know, those work lot Billy gets it. You know? Great kit to happen to a benefactor guy. Yeah. Don't question about he was struggling for a long everybody as until you get those first couple breaks. Instead, dude, I was doing the Hoya. Listen this. I'm doing fucking lawyer. I get a call Saturday at five pm. Can you do to spec a movie from our boy wreck Bronson who runs the fucking gloves? You gotta I gotta go shoot me. I got this director. He needs somebody. He's an amazing fucking Idaho, Idaho fall 'cause you shoot that dude. Yes. You're supposed to get us. You couldn't do it do bomb beat day. They call you Friday how great this. So he calls me Saturday and says can you be on playing on fucking Sunday? I flew up Sunday fucking got got the hotel the plane ticket. Everything's right. I've talking all day shoot with hopper Penn. Sean pun son in this fuck and move it. It's already had five or six offers on it called puppy fucking love..