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"antony antony" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 5 d ago

"antony antony" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back to the program. Ladies and gentlemen, I am Derek Hunter. This is the Derek Hunter show looking at the news there. Oh, by the way, the number would be a part of it. 410 wcbm, 6 80 or 100 Wcbm 6 80. Joe Biden. They're expecting some announcements to supposed to be tomorrow. But who knows? Um Joe Biden is expected to announce the guy and Antony. There's no H in his name. So I assume Antony Antony Blinken. Blinking. Sounds like a misspelling to be his secretary of state. I love all his wars he was in the Obama administration. And we'll carry out. It's amazing to me. That the left is going so berserk over foreign policy in this England Donald Trump's was such a horrible foreign policy president. It's really terrible what he did. We're gonna have to restore The U. S the image abroad. We must do that. What is the image abroad? We have been bombing people, but in bomb a wedding when bombed Americans, both things that Barack Obama did. What we did do what he did do what Donald Trump did is what none of them thought was possible. He brokered peace between Israel and a bunch of its neighbors. In a way that Woz scoffed at by the so called experts who I imagine include Mr Blinken. But it was a new approach. Smart new approach. Hey, hey, if the Palestinians are not willing to Negotiate in good faith. Why should we waste our time negotiating with the Palestinians? Let's cut them out of the process. Now Palestinians are jumping around going. Wait a second. We need to be in this process. Yeah. The whole process was about you for decades, and it got nowhere. Had pretty much everything you wanted handed to you on a silver platter on multiple occasions..

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"antony antony" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Double Toasted

"What happened to kill it fucking killed him man what? Value Intel up and started put them off on talking just ran right into you. Stopped my okay. So you're saying there's there's people with the terrorist look at me. Saying. I think so all right. Did you get a good look at them or how? Really? Busy. Worrying About Lucy. Army the the character still manages to actually not completely be repulsive and I. think that's why the writing with this character is so good and You know it's. Looking at this man This active man plays let find find a picture Anthony Star Antony Antony. Starr man. Anthony. Anthony not. Anthony but aunt. Yeah, I made a mistake to there's no h in there. Don't say the fucking. If you roll Nice I. Feel Real. Nice. What did you say? There was an ancient in. Name and saw that there was not. See. Yeah there he is right here this actor. A lot of it has it has to do with actor just being able to bring all these qualities. If you want to call it, qualities are all these traits this character to life right here. Character soups and a superhero who is motionless stunt spoiled a self-serving narcissist who was still charming. You know make some of the most fascinating villains that there today and that's because accurate here huge praise for him and he plays that character. So well that he was working for me, I wouldn't even trust him. I've been doing background checks CBS, a history of secret history illness should I'm looking at him right now know this is crazy man that's why he's able to do this. There's something to be said about you enjoying the way he has to deal with it. It's it's like you look at just. How.

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"antony antony" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

14:11 min | 9 months ago

"antony antony" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"One Hoffman coming to you live from the whims studios on Packard road in beautiful Ann Arbor Michigan and I'm really really glad that Derek played the bumper music there from last of the Mohicans to Estephan our backs in the face of uncertain times but we are going to get through this and I'm hoping it's going to be sooner rather than later everything's closing for at least two weeks I don't know he usually with the server thing you you're sure like to tack in people that there's a turning of the tide and they've accepted it okay we're dealing with it and many times that's the beginning of the roll back and I'm hoping that we'll be able to detect that maybe in the next next few days but I really appreciate your listening today giving me a corner of your weekend also thank you very much for all your communications regarding the same color to interviews which normally does not happen in radio but I had so much great material from Sam Cutler the legendary rock and roll tour manager of the Grateful Dead the rolling stones the organizer of the festival express tour across Canada in the summer of nineteen seventy which we're celebrating but along with many other things the great artists band Janis Joplin Buddy Guy so many others the rolling stones talked about their their tour and Sam had been with us twice before but he had never given me an hour and a half of his time calling from Australia where he lives and travels around in that bus but that was a little bit kind of a an offbeat kind of show I even for me and speaking of art I put in some added material because he has a wonderful blog post and chores around on the bus and has so many things to say as somebody told me he's got his humor and his time is better than the money pi fonts and I agree and thank you everybody for your emails and for the calls that I received saying that you enjoyed that show it was a labor of love it was a lot have fun and I must say Sam is my excuse of I can ever say that I'm cool that's it I was able to talk again with same color so if you're listening Sam thank you very very much well I say a big thank you very very much to the Kelsey museum of archaeology and I'll tell you why we're talking about that this wonderful luncheon museum at the university of Michigan along with the university of Michigan museum of art the two best known museums they satisfy both different and similar cultural impulses are in us by the way the address is L. essay for the school of literature science and the arts LSA dot you mash you M. I. C. H. dot EDU forward slash Kelsey K. E. L. Essie why which is really all you need to know just putting Kelsey museum of archaeology and you'll get it this is kind of the reason I got into the art world and it may be you share this too I wasn't drawn to it because of great scholarship in the fine arts I wasn't it was I wasn't attracted say to gallery culture right away I was introduced to it at an early age but that's not what really made me stick with stick was I found the it would make a mistake was that that that that I found the union between my historical interests and the art the artifacts that were around that were excessive all to me and so the Kelsey is a very very good example of how you can be introduced to something you have that affirmation in a building in a number of collections that immediately taps something that's it's been on your mind it's enhanced your whole life your love of history you look at the history books in school or go online and you're looking at images and my god that's absolutely beautiful it's considered an artifact but it's a work of art it's a fragment I'm thinking of the beautiful Roman of the foot I think it on sandal foot there at the Kelsey and its permit collection all it is it's a broken foot life size part probably the on a statue of a of a god possibly you know maybe it got us up on a pedestal this is all that is just a fragment of that where the rest of it is maybe somewhere else maybe you know destroyed the beauty in just that segment of the peace is overwhelming almost and I look at that beautiful pace and you know often when I go up there all right when one second floor in the Upjohn when we're most of the classical art is captain the beautiful Barossa watercolors of the avail of the mysteries and talk about that more detail in a little bit you come into contact with or you have an audience with Rome's first emperor Augustus and I've written about this in my own website it's speaking of art daca speaking of art online dot com and read about it maybe a few years ago and every time I go there I feel obligated to see about since it's almost like on your back in Detroit during the fifties and sixties now and he is he's got to go into the the diner where in Greek town where the mafia head in that neighborhood is you just you don't really need anything just going up to pay your respects why every time I go to the Kelsey I feel I have to pay my respects to Augusta so I go up stairs in this head is looking at me from the time I come up the stairs and die what is great about the sculptures and again it is just the head it's probably part of a four piece which again is is is is lost a full length but we have this magnificent head which of course the description of puts it as the the prima Porta model of the most famous of a statue of the emperor Augustus is the one wearing his clearest his armor in the Vatican collections in Rome and this came to America in two thousand three maybe you saw there would just go online just put in the prima Porter P. R. I. M. A. Porter P. O. R. T. A. it was found in a villa that was owned by his consort Lydia hello Mister Claudine came from a very old Roman family so I was kind of like a real union when they landed senatorial Claudia's would would done you don't marry a member of the Julian family of course said progress is being the great nephew Julius Caesar and eventual inheritor of the empire and creating the empire you know from the ashes of the Roman Republic but it was found in the garden of her villa I and it was a sensation that along with the Apollo Belvedere an absolute sensation in terms of Roman sculpture and by large wonderful condition I mean the decorations on the breast plate that Augustus is wearing it shows the restoration of the standards that were lost in fifty three BC in the massacre out in the desert by the Parthians and crosses the sun in the legions they're surrounded what was called just simply a whirlwind of Sandon arrows taken by surprise lured out and did that the did the desert they were completely you know the first day of the time and and running low on on their supplies they were attacked over a long period of time and finally just in massacred in it took many years for those are Roman standards of the regimental standards to be returned to Rome so they were like sacred objects that were out of Roman hands they were in the hands of the Parthians for a long time until August this was able to negotiate their return that was a big her rope thing a big piece of propaganda and it's right there on his breast plate if you look at the face of Augustus there it sets the stage for the formula of a Roman Emperor not only justice but his successors successors for a good number of decades and then leave and come back again during the time of Hadrian's second century and then during I think also maybe one of the greatest periods of Roman sculpture the Antony period and what comes up to the Severin period from about one sixty one fifty one sixty all the way to about two twenty to thirty a day where you have new technologies coming in there the drilling a fax the use of shadow with a brings the sculptures absolutely fantastic the detailed hair and everything when you you see the progression of Roman sculpture over that hundred fifty years it's it's absolutely incredible but the prima Porta Augusta set the stage for that for a lot for a long time what's great about the Kelsey's version is that we've got the formula we have the locks separated above I think the right off by and that's done over and over again after that but what you have in the Augusta head in the Kelsey you've got the face not of a man in his twenties of a man of about maybe thirty five and you see the lines beginning in his cheeks you see the furrows in his brow you see the cold stare of his eyes in the firm's set mouth there's some damage I think that in the chin it's there was damage berry for a long time but what is there let you realize what's the old saying that national leaders usually are nice people now they they can be celebrated you know for being great humanists and for their erudition and and in their beneficence and all that to the common good but in the nitty gritty of politics and war they're usually not nice people you see that in the face of Augusta this was the man who bonds with Marc Antony before they had their civil war drew up the prescription lists of those people senators who were not supporters who would simply be visited by their agents later I think of the Pretoria guard but there officers from the other regiments with them and simply stabbed in their own houses they were just taken and just simply executed every time there was a change you had that type of a program against people who are not your support is what happened the Cicero with Mark Antony Antony hated Cicero and so it's a big deal going down the street one day in his letter there's a commotion behind East Texas had Alaniz the has it had cut off but one of Antony's men it was not a good time if you were on the wrong side of historical change we try to go about your business in you get that impression when you look at that fabulous head of Augustus in the Kelsey museum I don't know another example anywhere else I remember going into the Vatican collections and being of the PM tour that I was given with the curator there and I swear it looked like a triage center in a hospital it was like some sort of horrible thing had happened to sculptures and they were all coming to the Vatican they were lining the halls two and three deep they were filling the rooms they had more sculpture than they know they knew what to deal with and I I pointed it wanna Astor is that Antoninus Pius the amber from the mid second century and she said could god who knows we have so many we can't even keep track of them right well all those types of sculptures never one with the photographic accuracy the psychological penetration that I see there on the Kelsey with the head of a cost us there to one of my favorites if you proceed just beyond Agustus you have also an emperor who like to be depicted as he was I think of what Cromwell said one of his painters they said paint me warts and all that's where we get that expression well the emperor Vespasian who finally settles things down after the the year the five members after Nero commit suicide risk I think he commits suicide everybody basically leaves them in the palace and I think he has one of his freedman or slaves yeah I do that the code gras he has nowhere to go portero I mean such miss rules such such over confidence thinking that that things would not change what's amazing about Roman history when you when you think of the end of that monarchy how it evolved how many of the bad emperors kept forgetting what happened to their predecessors with the Pretoria is running rampant massacre in their families whatever their sassy they really didn't learn that quickly hi and it's it's it's really remarkable history affects some of the greatest excavations are going on now and have been for the last fifteen years or so are the excavations of the imperial palace complex in Rome right there at the foot of the forum when you visit there when I was there the last time they were in open now the revealing rooms or they think that that events took place you can see the unfolding a history of the palaces as they were built destroyed rebuilt it's absolutely remarkable that what's been going on around the Coliseum the dough mystery of the palace that Nero built in his last years which was largely destroyed by the space in with them and having the Coliseum built there but still there are rooms that have been excavated and they are revealing anesthetic a Roman imperial a static during the mid first century AD which is co right it's quite extraordinary we have wonderful examples of this at the Kelsey museum of archaeology here at the U. of them again and that is wonderful freeze from of a temple the entrance to a temple which is there I think it's kind of like a Gus is altar of peace this is I think if I'm remembering correctly similar to that probably celebrating the end of the civil wars the new dynasty the voice of the Flavian dynasty with the space in one of the greatest generals probably best general on it in the Empire at that time he takes over establishes a new dynasty you see the spacing and surrounded by a fortune and other Roman gods his men generals that sort of thing what's interesting about that freeze by the way and I.

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"antony antony" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

09:51 min | 11 months ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Cleopatra's. There's own fleet approached the Malay from afar my goddess spoke rises on the horizon. DO VISORS GIVE clarity. Who is burning Octavian in or Antony both sides where Roman colors and both sides take fire? The line is breaking in our direction. I believe Octavian has triumphed on this this day but Evelyn caught us. What shall we do damned food signal to him? We make a retreat. This will have have to be a ground war true. That will be achievable. I will not let Alexandria stent unguarded as that Roman ingrate rapes her shores. Turn the fleet. Antony has failed us. We're Cleopatra was no fool fool she would not be making a romantic last stand with Antony on this day not when her true love of Alexandria still remained her grasp. Her support would have been useless anyway away. The military minded of Octavian was too great Anthony's fleet broke and he too fled toward Alexandria with Octavian hot on his tail when Cleopatra tre reach her home the realization dawned this would have to be her final bastion truly accurate records breakdown here with multiple variations on the same basic a history Cleopatra along with her two handmaidens. Iris and Charmian took refuge inside of Cleopatra's giant monument to herself as Isis Day barred Lorde the doors behind them. Smart as Cleopatra realized that whichever Roman man reached her first Octavian or Antony neither would be pleased with her. At the moment it was true Antony was devastated at her abandonment but he had bigger problems when he reached dry land he could not rally his remaining troops to his cause on August first thirty. BC Anthony's army deserted him and joined up with Octavian Antony arrived at Cleopatra's figurative doorstep broken broken and alone. I know she awaits the end here. where else would she flea? She's used to fall. Her bodyguards led let me into destruction. where else could he go? Remi- any speak to me wealth boy seemingly the last true believer in Western civilization. I come with unfortunate news. She refuses to see me. Is that it. I give her an empire and she will let me rot on these part streets. I fear I fear the Pharaoh's dead. Impossible I fear she has passed from us. It is all gone gone. Can plutarch tells us that Antony then took a blade to himself in an attempted suicide. While again sources diverge plutarch's narrative continues tin us that even this could not kill Antony p lay in the street begging for death for anyone to finish the job when Cleopatra heard this still alive and well L. in her monument. She altered her plan. Perhaps a shred of love remained in her heart. Antony was brought before the still doomed Pharaoh as Octavian closed in on the city he was literally hauled up by ropes into an opening on the side of Cleopatra's monument. You you are too clever Isis Isis. Much too cool look at him. I get him water for the sake of Rome. Get me wine. The last cask belongs to you. You will not split it with me. I must keep my head for the false Caesar as I lay in the streets hurt his legions approach. I was almost thankful you're dead. Cleopatra you cannot allow him to capture you flee while you have the chance I will not leave my city to this barbarian varian. You're right about that. It'll be barbarous. He plans to parade you to the streets in a gilded cage. H He'll make you into the horror of Oliver home. He will settle for nothing less than your authored decimation. This you have heard the lips of my own soldiers before they deserted me. I thought he would go quickly Antony or better yet. Surrender yourself to the forgiveness of Octavian. We're all long past forgiveness. You know this here console Anthony Antony drink not Roman but it will do I clip outdrew leave. Children would live takes US Aryan. He has no story destiny before him. Now only a short one one if you truly care for your family Antony Antony my goddess he's gone rapid silk my goddess Octavian has breached Alexandria. What shall we do? I will see his face he will see mine. Octavian will see the woman who should have brought him low when Octavian arrived in Alexandria. He was led to Cleopatra's monument and found her and her handmaidens inside her own mausoleum. Halt fault all halt. It has been years. Never have I seen your face so close. What do you think overrated? Get to know me as your uncle did as Antony did you will come to realize that everything in life is overrated. Except for me enough. Your words are magic. No More Cleopatra the seventh fill out a tour you are now a prisoner room you sound more like an emperor by the day way better than some foolish power hungry girl. I am a giver of life. I doubt your manhood even prepared for such a task yet. Antagonize Haggen is as you please. I am stone to your fire already molded against you fitting you found me here in your grave. Oh now mm-hmm you will be coming with me room. I have your accommodations prepared. Have you heard gilded baas suited for the Queen of Kings. The people of Rome will welcome you into city limits this time with great fanfare and much Dong to be thrown. I would expect nothing better. From Romance Wants Good Fortune in your own future rule. I thank you for doing away with Antony. Saves me the trouble. His children will be taken. Care of by Octavia Avia a true mother. Not a false goddess. I I am grateful for that and Cesario Laurean the Little Caesar only a babe when I saw him last he is a strong boy. Intelligent I purge the week toll make blood I have given the world. A true leader. Do not forsake him. Yes well unfortunately. It's not good to have too many caesars bastard usurper. This is how you honor your adopted father. I- murdering his kin. I hear it is the Egyptian tradition. visit not men when God every portal in and out of here there are but three women. You should be capable enough cleopatra. I will return with your son's son's head and your magnificent prison. No you bastard. No Octavian had caught the greatest prize as of Egypt but even in victory. He made the same mistake. Many men made in dealing with Cleopatra while under guard the Romans allowed Iris and Charmian to leave and return with a basket of Figs Cleopatra of final meal in her beloved Alexandria when Octavian and his guards returned. They found the two handmaidens. It's passing into death and Cleopatra Far ahead of them for hidden in that basket was what was called at the time and ask now known as an Egyptian Cobra as she ate her final decadence Cleopatra had stretched out her arm and allowed herself to be bitten. The Queen of Kings went out on her own terms. She would would be caged by no Roman ever again. The Tragic Final Act of defiance and one that did little to save her plan legacy as Octavian promised Celerion was executed after serving the shortest reign of any soul Ptolemaic Pharaoh and the final one Egypt was absorbed by Octavian emerging empire and Western culture dominated the Middle East for years to come one has to wonder. Sometimes if Cleopatra acquired such a legendary rule without even achieving victory in her aims. How much more renown would she be? If she had overcome the Romans her battle to unify and consolidate power would have spelled out a very different kind of civilization with less division between East and West. While it's impossible to know if we would be better off. There is no denial of Cleopatra's ambition and her incredible ability to operate as a female political figure in a male dominated culture without a chance of her post Ptolemaic ideal. Cleopatra refused to be taken into the Western culture she he had long to overcome but the fact remains the ptolemies were doomed either way. Cleopatra Refuse to let their line be washed away she empowered herself and sacrificed suffice her entire life to create a new type of society. She became an ideological monument. A sign post in history marking the path forward guiding guiding the way to the future..

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"antony antony" Discussed on 1A

1A

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"antony antony" Discussed on 1A

"Dishes are things that you guys really loved. That are like quintessential MOMS merrill cheese like Mac and cheese is something that can actually be so personal and figuring out remi's way of doing it and being able to do that for maybe like a nice Sunday family meal. Well Helen Rosner you've written about Antony Antony it seems to fuse the cultural criticism of of Food and food writing. What did you WanNa convey when you were writing about this this Food and wine expert. WHO GOES ON TV? Well you know Queer is now I think fourth season they've gone through them pretty quickly And when I wrote this piece the first season had just been released on Netflix and I think we were all sort of trying to figure out. What is this new season of queer eye? They dropped the for the straight guy because now they're working with people who are trans ends are working with people who are gay they work with women and Anthony was an interesting figure and very quickly came under fire for preparing what the the viewership of the show and sort of the Internet at large perceived to be almost comically simple foods and there were a lot of like Ken. Antony Cook like is this all just nothingness. Is this a stage like he's this incredibly handsome man and he's showing when people recipes that you know I think that from from some perceptions diverge on the remedial and what I was really interested in what I find really entertaining about the dialogue I along and also really profound about the show Is that. It's not a show about fancy home cooking. It's not a show that's like hey you already have like B. Plus home cooking skills. Let me show you how to turn every night into a dinner party. The premise of queer eye is that the people who are being made over couldn't use. WHO's a sort of infusion of aesthetic consideration in virtually every facet of their lives and so Antony was going in insuring people pretty simple recipes to make MAC and cheese how to make a Guacamole At the same time it is the case you know. He was making really really simple foods so I thought it was. I don't know in in the piece that I wrote. I was trying to take the perspective that like. Obviously he can cook. It seemed like a very silly accusation to sling that he he can't cook. And I think what that wound up revealing to me was much more about what we as a sort of broad culture think about what cooking is and cooking as a moral virtue two and cooking and as as an aesthetic virtue He's obviously in front of a stove making dinner. But who are you. If you say you're a food expert and what you have to perform perform in order to perform your expertise and Antony wasn't hitting some kind of standard that I think a lot of people were looking for in terms of performing your expertise because the nature of the show was that it was sort of entry level cooking. We'll Helen. You mentioned You mentioned a food famous. Food critic. Pete Wells from the New York Times He recently appeared on the podcast sport with Dan Passion Any said he initially viewed his job as consumer service meaning he could tell people with disposable income which restaurants were best in New York City the chic EST restaurants in New York and now he says he's interested in something very very different. Here's Pete well speaking to Dan Passionate in. May I want to be able to tell people. Puerto Rican food actually matters in the city. We have a big Puerto Rican community and some delicious delicious Puerto Rican restaurants. And it's been a long time since I've heard anybody talk about one of them and I'm excited to be able to do that. That that's the kind of power of more interested in now than than just you know you can i. Can I make Thomas Keller stay up at night. I I assume that Thomas Keller is a well established very rich restaurant tour. New Restaurant turned new. York with Pete. Wells is talking about a new kind of opening up a food to people who read his call him. Yeah you know and I think you know as I mentioned earlier in the hour that there is this really inherent ethical consideration to being a restaurant critic. I've done a a small amount of criticism in the past and I've also been an editor of restaurant. Critics in previous lives and and these are pretty explicit conversations nations and a lot of newsrooms you know like a critic and his or her there editor will have a really serious conversation about who we WANNA turn the spotlight on. Like as Pete says it's a power you know it's a form of power and it's the inherent amplification of journalism of having the byline in his case. Being the restaurant critic at the New York Times is probably the most powerful restaurant critic in the country if not the world. What do you do with that power? And I think wheeling it from a from a place of thoughtfulness of inclusivity of considering the fact act that this is a position that whether it whether it has the amount of power or too much power is something that we should also be interrogating but it is useful to take perspective of. What am I going to do? I'm sitting here in front of a microphone. Like me right here. Literally in this radio studio but also Pete in front of his computer computer in the press of the New York Times like. How do I take this opportunity and use it to do something that makes me worthy of the platform that I've been given what we've been hearing from many any of you about the future of food criticisms so many of you are going on Apps for your opinions on wearing what to eat? We're going to.

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"antony antony" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

13:32 min | 1 year ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Vast me Hardee's are and welcome to another episode. The first episode of Full Steam Team Ahead are I'm your host Shirley Professor Esser and with me as always is my skinny red friend. My good to have you my friend. Okay but isn't gentlemen. Welcome once for the first time. Time to full stream at margin is new channel on Cape some lunatics Media Network where we are classic. netflix style reviews but now breaking free of the vines of Netflix for any specific. A group. NO LONGER AKA Jones no longer the sound of one pit sponging No longer worrying about whether or not you're a giant Turkey not but coming here to one home on full steam ahead and our first Group of people to discuss Scott in the universe will be that latkes Amy Lovely Amazon Prime show the OH boy Not about boy scouts. Now that's what you thought. When you start of freight there was called? The Boys Not really about boy scouts. But still we're GONNA try and make it work. Let's get to our first now a couple of differences my previous podcast. One of the things is now. y'All remember remember. We always like to call out the staff writer staff You know Story editor as the hardworking person. Show business. We're not gonNA do that anymore. However at the end of this episode Myanmar's are going to nominate someone for the hardest Person Person X. in this episode That person will little bend have their official nomination which you the audience will later get to vote on to see who at the end of the season will get a hearty yes S. eight hardy for the hardest working person in show business in their individual categories. So if I may on on the counter side of that coin If we feel there is a particularly bad performance. Be You know in writing plot device or acting anger anything They'll get the hardly working award the counter to the hardy. It'll be the hardly hardly while other things coming from me right now. Yes maybe I don't know throwing it out there. I don't I don't want to be mean NAS. I want this to be a podcast joy Oy and building a of people but yes I understand but is that a fabric of criticism. Though you know I mean there's ways to be fair in critiquing taking people without being mean certainly pay anyone that's on the show is doing what I'm doing with my life so I'm always low to due to be too good mental but we'll get to that later and we do have some people who will say really. Thank you this episode. We will mention it although honestly for this first episode. I don't have anyone it's at all either. I don't either for the first two that I've seen I don't either purchased saying you know. Sometimes you never know that. He's assembling block. That needs to be out out. That will be a warning. You people read the voice to keep up. The good work takes but tonight's episode the name of the game in one episode zone. One was soup kills the love of his life. AB salesman you e Campbell teams up with Billy Butcher a vigilante hell bent on punishing punishing corrupt. Stoop and he's like will never be the same again Director this week is Dan Scratching Bird Arab Eric Kripke gets are developed by Garth. Ennis of course and John Deere Graviton get our comic book credits and no other like written bys are given even for this episode in. IMDB we have over actors. Including Karl urban who is a belieber kway who's Hughie Campbell and Antony Antony Starr Antony like like the aunt is our homeland and Erin Moriarty is our starlight January. Okay let's get to so yeah and just as as as dimension one other person that we see in this episode episode isn't course a gentleman by the name of a train Well played by Jesse usher and and and I think the other noteworthy name of course is Simon Pegg Clink Hueys Dad. I was excited to see. That is a huge fan of salmon. we'll see him in the original comic. Simon Pegg was the artist model out really well. Yeah four four. Well actually come for students a lot. you know as an example The character of semestral. The NASTRO is actually built out vom. Oh bregman British actor wiggle mustache and arrested films. Basically you know you're you're not Michael Cain But taint his name where it's already gone but yeah but a lot of times you know. Comic Artists will just pick an actor at random Character to look like that actor. I mean let's so now since there's of course you know image writing what not. But that's often the case and in the case of Hughie Campbell was originally designed to look like It was originally designed to look like So that's what. When did this they said you know signing taking? He's too he he. He is no longer than a young man that he wasn't this book came out so he couldn't really cast him as he we Campbell but They said what we really want a part of this. If you're willing to do whatever you want to know what you'll be used at so I don't even know who is dead Book but he is now so Very happy to have some pagan this and okay so our plotline is is you get your basic set of this. You know you have your Superhero Aerobic universe. You know which is which is not universally computers exist and all the various rules and regulations that come along with if if you're a real thing and well established well not just that but if someone had a private police force of super powered humans that's a you know a heavy topic to consider have you met may give that although I mean so. That's a very it's a much. More murky murky issue in this Because I think on some level on some level yes if a what if we had a private police force but on the other level is like what the prophet net you know right and the Prophet I guess is they're doing it by making the movies but I'm just amazed that You know the government is okay. I guess I mean they show you how they go about regulation but at the same time it. It's amazing to me that that that is allowed to happen. But I guess who's GonNa stop them also whether you have the reality that okay compared with exist year behaving this corporation in front of being their frontman and so have we work within that. I don't WanNa get too because all that is a bit of a reveal so are owed but the person that it gives the sunset euros are not what they should be is. is Hughie and and his girlfriend and Robby Robin sort of Having their little cute nets and all this stuff and she steps off the curb as they're talking about what canoed end then A train run literally right through her and instantly. Look where visors not seen was. It's beautiful I it was. It was DACA crazy but it was beautifully shot and he would it was it was just crazy You know and this. This is essentially are precipitating incident. That is going to be the rest of the story of the boy and it sort of lays the groundwork for avenues. They are willing to walk down. They're willing to let us get close to a character and immediately you know. Just say okay. They are expendable expendable for the sake of the story So it raises the stakes immediately. So anytime something comes up. You're like Oh man. This person actually could die. Well Yeah exactly and that is the. That is the crux of the business. Yeah anyone in this guy. I've never read the boys books. I don't know really what's GonNa Happen. The everyone in this story You know I know what has happened in some of the books to deal with the media but I really can't say firsthand. What is the certapro important thing that happened point right on this date? This scene just the opening scene was so successful because I found myself thinking in Quito Banter that they had between them as he was Still working behind the counter. It was adorable and you instantly fell in love what the two of them together really and I was like man. They're doing this sold well right off the bat. I'm so invested in these characters right away and I was impressed by that and Own Right away they they they lay the hammer down and she dies like wow. I thought that was really really a successful Emotional moment that they wanted to create. You definitely definitely a sixty day. Yeah and and repair and I think that is really what makes this. A good theory is that these are Akron actors who are willing. Who even if it's a small bit even if it's a small role? They aren't going to invest themselves and the writing in good enough that when they do that. Investment it is it is worth is worth the value. Yeah a point where you can really feel You can feel Neil when people you can feel why The why Jack Quaid he would Campbell's character is he's GonNa be this. Hung up on of Robin played by So so guero of because because you know you can see she she is she is Worth feeling devastated could good feel the love between them and that is that just makes it a really great thing. our secondary. Have you have to in this. One is of course our central excellent idea of of few and his and his loss and then the story is Erin Moriarty. A starlight clash any January who is getting cold up to the major As it were. We're clearly you know. Super Power people are the thing in this universe. But you know there's there being super powered and you know patrolling your small town and you know smacking around muggers and then there is Getting called up the major for the sets you one of the few authorized superhero keen In Michigan it's interesting both of these characters I. It's sort of like we're watching their innocence breakdown over her. What the meaning of having superheroes is she thinks it's all roses and rainbows and he just thought it was just the way things were superheroes? Were good guys in all of a sudden this happens and we're we're both seeing that this cooperation confidence in it is being broken down and we're seeing that happen in two different I will. Yeah and and really I think one of the one of the simple things in this is that you know as I say. Don't eat your heroes You know and I think another interesting little aside in that a character by the name of lamp lighter it was the seventh member of the seven. Who they say is hurt but we don't know what happened to morning things where it's like what happened to laugh later? What was his story right? It's sort of like if you played The Halo Video Games the The the spartans never died. They're just missing in action forever. So I like one of those things. I wonder if that is what we're looking at with. 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"antony antony" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Yeah and we'll get into exactly so I will tell us was example boy okay. It's hard you've been looking at it. I have the hard thing for me because I do love her but but she's confusing. I'm glad you said that I was thinking. She has to remind you of somebody in your life or in your past pass a while. You're treating her this way so I'm so glad you opened up and said it's you're talking about it. I had to really look yeah. Okay let's go to Anthony Syracuse. Hey Anthony which question. First of all Gina you look fabulous. Okay I was wondering if you communicate with anyone from the challenge or your season of the real world. How Koran fabulous did you know look fabulous actually from my season the real world which was in two thousand and four? I actually keep up with all of them except for one. What City Philadelphia Elsia? We're just went back. Yeah Yeah let's go to make from the Bronx same egg which one don't you keep this guy. Jay Okay Induce. Hey Meg. MJ He's out Gina. Okay and I'm wondering if you regret yelling Bronwyn or he's so find her noakes eight. Oh I definitely Bronwyn but I do think that I don't think problems a bad person. I don't think she's militias. She's I think she's really good for the cast and US as a group of friends. She keeps me on my toes for sure with all this stupid stuff she says okay. Good good a kyle from Washington Heights. Say Kyle what's your question. Hi I just wanted to know for Kerama. What hello yeah you know what was the funniest moment where something got lost in translation while you guys were doing clear I Japan? It wasn't anything that lost in translation. We all were so tall and Jonathan. Wears he'll so he would hit his head constantly. That's funny because their their homes were a lot smaller and we would laugh so hard he would get very mad at us. Also one thing lost transition in the Japanese language they would say honey and so we. You should think that everyone was like Antony Antony and we were like. Why is everybody saying Anthony's name so much haunting is like like sort of a phase in like well or kind of like the transition to the next part? Okay Oh the funny okay last Melissa for New Jersey. Hey Melissa what's your question hi guys. Hey just I want to say I love you.

"antony antony" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Feature playing right now, which means we are legally bound by federal and state law to go to emails. This one's from. Hey, anthony. Antony Antony has an Anthony Anthony. But you you especially in Italian can't say Anthony, you gotta say Anthony, my grandmother used. Of course, you got to honor your grandparents by saying anti. Let's see how do I decide on taking an amount of retirement income from my portfolio that exceeds the four percent rule or leaving a legacy behind for my kids and my grandkids. Now, this I think we talked about yesterday or sometimes. Yes, I did. I did. I talk about this all the time. Yeah. I mean, so so many of us are between betwixt. I've got a choose between taking an income for myself. And leaving my heirs Anthony. This is the kind of thing you need to have a discussion with a real financial advisor that has studied this stuff and can understand the different ways to approach this. Because when when I hear legacy on one hand, the first thing that pops into my mind is okay. What are the assets that will be available upon death? Where does your home, for example, fit into this? Most of the time when people are talking about the four percent rule. They're talking about why amassed six hundred thousand dollars four percents two thousand bucks a month. But if I need three thousand bucks a month, I'm going to deplete that under the four percent rule. The Bill Benjamin study at cetera et cetera et cetera. And that may in fact, be true. But if you have a five hundred thousand our house, that's free and clear the kids inherit that. Well, then so what if you ran out of money or didn't last as long as you thought it would last because you've got the safety net in the home. The other thing is life insurance policies, so many people John cancel their life. Insurance policies before they retire not thinking through the whole long jetty situation and the legacy plan. They do it because they supposedly bought it as an income replacement. Right. You know? So if something happens to me, you're going to have an income. Well, you know, my income's going away. Anyway. So why am I paying these premiums for life insurance policy? I mean, sometimes it makes sense. But oftentimes not for many people I would suggest most of the middle class upper middle class. It doesn't because it's still an inexpensive way to create a massive amount of money for a very small sum of money and many times those policies if they're permanent nature can be reduced paid up. If you will. In other words, they have what are called non forfeiture values. And if you've got thirty thousand in there, you may.

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"antony antony" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's one eight hundred eight four eight WABC, and I was just reminiscing the other day with my son Antony Antony was fifteen I used to take him out to Coney Island in the summer. She was having problems sorta pronouncing words at the time. So we started with the trains in the train would take us right out there, and the I train other trains, and that's how he learned the alphabet and slowly came out of his cocoon. But I would always have to taking him on the rideshare at Dino's wonder wheel kit him the dirty water hot dog and the fries at Nathan's famous. And then we go up on the platform. It's still well avenue and Coney Island to catch the trains back. And I'll never forget they used to have a lot of workers when Rudy Giuliani was mayor, and they would be cleaning the trains at the last stop. They go in there. And they'd swab the deck. They'd be picking up trash. They be sweeping the trash out and preparing the train for the passengers who will loading in and he's Warren necessarily, the metropolitan transit authority the money taking agency members of T W U local one hundred paid for workers. They will people who were call web workers work experience program. It was called W E P and in order to get their welfare and food stamps. They would have to put in twenty hours a week as long as they weren't able bodied man able body woman, even if they had children, and they'd have to come out and get the subways subway, cough floors clean. And then they were taken care of by an MTA supervisor they had to keep them away from the other maintenance workers have the MTA. Khazei call them. Mm scabs they didn't want to have anything to do with. Hey, always like tween end. Right. There are no web work has. Now, you get your snaps. You just get you welfare. You don't necessarily have to go out there and to work..

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"antony antony" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Into side. How do I possibly overcome anything bigger than KFI AM six forty with with the Gary and Shannon show? I'm I'm totally this is it peaked at now to be fair to him. I was being an apple I was like you're going to need attention. What are you going to get back into? You can't just like go off into the into the night quietly. And so he had to out apple me in suggests that our show and our station being nothing. Right. And I know that you haven't rebounded. Remind him were the only ones who wanted to do an interview with you only to mock him to like I literally only wanted to talk to him. So I could ask him if I could see the pictures of his phone because he had been already embroiled in this sending Pena's pictures, two girls online. And at this point is kind of quieted down. This was right before he was found to have been sending obscene messages to a fifteen year old high school girl groups, so anyway, he's. He's been in jail for almost a year now, and we got his way. We got his address in terms of where to send him letters at the federal medical center in Devon's in Ayers Massachussetts or a year Massachusetts, and it looks like now he may be released from jail in several months. Several months actually, head of schedule because of his model in behavior. This is priority number one is more important than anything ever is to get Anthony Weiner back on the show. So what I've done is. I've started a letter to to the former congressman you were typing. Yes, very serious. I got the header and everything I dated October nine that's very small. And by the way, do I call him Mr. Weiner because because I don't know if you call them congressman. I mean, you never loses the title. Although he did resign. Does. He I'd even go with Tony we've sat down. So we sat down with him. We've had words dear Tony, it might cut through the noise. You know, I think every letter might begin with, Mr.. Weiner or okay Antony Antony. Dear Tony, Tony. You may not remember us, but we interviewed you while attending the democratic national convention on July of two thousand sixteen. We remember your salmon pants put that in there. Because I think that that's important. Remember your salmon colored hand? And your salty attitude, and your salty attitude you were gracious enough to take time out of your busy, schedule holding your wife's purse to give us a few minutes. And we thank you for that. Wow. We saw the poverty we saw the positive coverage of your current situation noting that you could potentially be released from your current housing in may of next year. We would love for your first step back into the mainstream to be a live interview with the. The Gary and Shannon show on KFI something about consider it a second peak. Oh, that's good. Yeah. That's good. Consider it an offer for a second chance. Reaching a pinnacle in your life..

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"antony antony" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Katie Couric

"When you can do like a semi-permanent gloss, it's got like a violent base to counteract any yellow in it, like brighten it up as much as possible. All right, we'll we'll discuss. Yeah, but I also love your color the way she's beautiful. All right. Let's talk about Antony love Antony such a hard worker. A really, really just truth. Got rock and by. It's all a person really rocking bide which one is Antony Antony food. So funny, like I'm like, give Antony more to do than just teach guy how to make Wachem only. But you know what? It's he gets a lot of flack for that, but I think that it's like when you think about, you know his vertical by vertical, like am I going to come in on a guy who's never used sunscreen before and give him like a light contour beat him. I going to show him how to Contreras face and how to, you know, get like, no, like you have to meet you were there. I agree. So yeah, I think he got a lot of undue fly for. I mean, a lot of these, Tom, the most, Tom hit, he get a lot of flack for that. Just like in the press, you got a lot of flack for his cooking skills in like Tom literally was eating Cheetos in mountain dew. Boomer guerrillas every day for like a year. So like getting him to make welcome only was Likud on blue, teaching him how to cut an avocado was like that was epic for him. Yeah, I think it's probably big city slickers kind of conscious violate Kerama. Oh yes. So handsome, so handsome and really so pathetic, and so smart and really, really carrying and just a really good guy like I cannot say enough good words about how my love them. You guys have all made a big Mark for each of your careers. Do you guys get competitive? Really? No, I think I think all of us really kind of operate by like that law of abundance versus the law of scarcity. I don't think that like when any of us gets something good that happens to us, they don't be like any of the rest of us that takes away an opportunity for the rest of us. I really like we do operate like from a law of abundant space and I, it doesn't feel jealous. All I, we were so happy for each other in like, really, I mean, they come to a lotta. My stand up shows they post my like we post each other stuff like we're all really supportive in really love each other. How is your stand up career. And it's been so fun. I, I was when I first started doing it. I, I was kind of coasting by only got everyone loves you so much of this show your new kid on the block. So you can kind of almost just like it up here and he has dance around and everyone thinks it's funny. Oh my God, like this is an art. This is the craft I gotta get it together. I'm like some really like working on my act. I'm really it's funny, reforming and clubs. And yeah, like clubs you in a place and it's just like, I, it's a whole new medium. It's a whole new Arctic feel like I haven't been this passionate about learning about something since I started doing hair. So it's really, it's like a whole new medium for me to get into and learning about it, or you take. No trial and error. I just I'm getting up. I work a lot with my friend, Kyle who is coming on the tour with me, the hotels dot com to her and she'll come to all my all. Comedy shows in. We're just spit balling a lot with each other and working a lot with each other, and it's just it's really fun and talking about your life and your life experience. Yeah, storyteller than a one joke that reminder person, but I work in some good one liners throughout, but those are always pretty meta, like I don't really plan those wins like you have today. Yeah. Well, I, I'm so happy for your success and thank you so much for doing this really nice to meet you still a little upset that you don't wanna make me over, but they haven't even brought the Heat's that you look. Great. Thank you. Thank you, Jonathan. Yes..

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"antony antony" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Six six we, be big is the number. Without umbrella For some reason I was able some stories will cover today we'll get, the, CBS, story today Mackin not because the fact that Last moon. Moon moon base, has been talked about so much about Letterman and all them and just waiting for him to be in trouble now is funny but we'll. We'll see what the real deal is on that coming up. A little bit later on CBS has gone had feudal handles lately More than half but anyway but moving forward Greg what you in Bubba one of our favorite topics today Ruth Ginsburg is Let. Me be clear I'm sorry Ruth. Bader Ginsburg Bethany Say Thank you But anyway she does remind us. Of that and now she made some declaration about all these supreme court justices that you know Trump's is trying to get his second one in and and, she's declaring she's not. Going anywhere The you know the the lives are panicking because all the spots come open during his term she's saying she's got five more is that, right Bubby marine yeah She is a matter of fact she was at. A New York production call the originalist and it. Is about judge Antony I won't say Anthony but that's not how you, say Anthony and Anton Antony Antony Scalia one of, our? Great conservative minds of our time now in in, a bizarre, thing here him and Ruthie we're kinda. Piles. But disagreed on everything that came before. The court right but they used. To battle each, other in private you know meetings and and talk about these cases anyway there's. Been a production made about him. Call the originalist? In New. York Was there and then, she did, a little interview about that in she. Was. Asked about her age and how long, she's gonna stay on the court Ain't she said that she will probably She's looking to John Paul Stevens who was only. Court till he was ninety years old so she says she's got at. Least five more years according to CNN, how does she knowledge only well saying I guess if. She makes it you keep doing it She assured the crowd that she, wasn't leaving anytime soon At the production when, asked about retiring or setting limits on supreme. Court term she said such an effort would be. Impossible you can't set term limits because. To do, that you have to amend the constitution. Article three says we hold our offices during good behavior And most judges are well. Behaved she, added as the crowd laugh well again See what the courts, turned into, should, concern all of us because really here's, she, is openly saying you know not you know what they all should say well we will rule on the cases that come. Before, us based, on what is the law and, that's, Bolton in both sides really you know but there are now openly say well don't worry some of us that our. Lives were still going to be here. And. We'll try to balance this out now y'all shouldn't be balancing anything. Out politically, you should do simply be interpreting the law and interpreting the constitution I mean that's. All you should be doing and. That's supposed to have no party. Affiliation, whatsoever The, Justice Ginsburg also said law by, the, way she told the press about her time working with Scalia where the two would go back and forth informing argument. She said if I had a choice. Of. Dissenters when I was writing for the court it would be Justice. Scalia sometimes, it was like a ping-pong game she said have you but but Ruth beta baiter Ginsburg but sometimes. I'm like, you guys will use the Bethany thing because there's times when there's a group, picture of them or something's. Going on like when the president's given. The state, of the, union she doesn't she's awake She. She doesn't photograph oil can't find the camera again her comments were very. Funny and entertaining but she. She appears by the visual, that she's not with us sometimes she's eighty five and. And I'm not being a age hater what do you, want, to call me should be required to stay, away that should be a requirement if you can't stay awake no matter how you are and we've seen her asleep, we seen those big enough that the whole group picture, no but. We saw It looks. It's, a sad state State for the country Rick supreme. Court justices are, like football coaches. They don't. Know win the league Hang on and hang on. Hang on to become Joe picture Excuse me They, want you She she did. She added that she credits, her late husband Marty with her. Hope in politics She says my. Dear spouse would. Say that, the true symbol of the United States it's, not the bald eagle it's a pendulum she. Said when it goes too far in. One direction you. Can count on. It swinging back now there's, a lot of truth to that I thought that was pretty good Credit Ruth Bader Ginsburg with. Much, but I actually her husband yeah She's quoting it. Right so we she gets it now but. Her husband was correct. We see we see that, all the time it's like people don't. They can't believe it happens, but it happens all the. Time You know what it's almost like we use. The American people get. Bored with a certain thing, and then we go somewhere sweet You know when it's like water settling, in a container or are. In swimming pool or whatever you know it sloshes back and forth and it, gets less, and less but there's times with politics it seems like it gets wilder and wilder which makes for. A, rougher ride you know it's it. Would be, nice if the pendulum calmed, everything down as opposed to made it go worse well really what she should have, said I, mean she throughout the five years but what she really should have said is our remain, here? As long as? I'm you know mentally and physically able to do it because they leaned that, she needed to step down right I don't know We all know we all know this age with parents. Who are aging parents who've already gone. On into glory we know that things at this age you how you are eighty-five versus how you beat eighty seven. Could be wildly Yeah I mean you know in in that sad but that's just part of. The aging process but Can't you can't just hang on because you don't. Want to. Give up a slot even when you're on your game in your mid eighties and. Up I. Don't I don't think anybody would say you're sharp as you. Were. Maybe in, your sixty that's impossible you can't, interpret law like you did when you first. Came Now that's your job I think if you're if you do have your act together you. Should realize. It well let me tell you what's funny we have we have we have this man that. We recognize every year there Rick Nash shot that looking at That's exactly what I'm. Talking about good there's a picture of her on our TV, right now she's sound. Asleep, needs to be hired to hold her head up you. Must be required to stay awake but you know hey. Rebecca nostrums air tyrod from her Yeah How about? That Wow Gracious those people have, very very important. Job Does it matter of fact your? Me they built like the picture of what whoever they. Is always been the, picture I've seen They say, always always picture a group he looks just like that well I shouldn't be as important, as they have become I think the? I think the power which is split? Between our branches of government has drifted Little Haiti Correct And here's the thing when you're making up, law that's what. Happens. Right when you're ruling on the, law you're not as important because if you say something's, unconstitutional then the congress goes back to. Late they work And that's where the law. Should be Not over there where the where. Roads, by the way it was designed yeah That's exactly bottom of the hour we'll be. Back.

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"antony antony" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Be you went to college you could have gotten into all that yeah well i made the awful mistake that a lot of address do which is you know like you're like oh well i'm gonna i'm going to they're offering me a credit card i'm get that credit card and then you just are suddenly turn around and you're like a lot of stuff and a lot of debt and zero way to pay any of this shit off and like you mean when you were not yeah why was at juilliard right when i got out and then it just was like this crazy rude awakening of like you're you're totally you've set up this thing i mean you're screwed now so you felt that oh yeah yeah i was like one of my do to completely where are you living let's set the thing from where where what do you do you juilliard good for you juilliard is okay for me juilliard is a tough place what had taught i mean i was there during up here when it was a what the big gift of it was resiliency like teaching you i've heard gillian jacobs talk about this i guess she's younger than you buy a little yeah but she's talked about how miserable yeah i mean it was just it was a it was a place that was like i mean they still break they broke down they wanted to break you down they broke you down and if you didn't come in with a set of tools that you were like at at core i know what i do well then they you basically were like i'm gonna dopp all this as the machine and then a lot of people just were machines and that being said the training is insanely fantastic but you have to you have to incorporate it and you have to it's like the best years of juilliard actors during the period i was there was like two or three years after you got out when all that stuff sort of settled and you're like you know you didn't think that the way to talk was do a doping your ds and doing this it was like you that's not it so but i got out in like i just was i started hitting the pavement what did you try to do what would you do those juilliard sort of like showcases for agents you do the league thing where you like in that and during that period at juilliard was they used to they'd had the whole class list everybody's name and then at the top an agent or producer would write like here's my name so it'd be like i'm ron howard and i came to see it and then he would check who he wanted to see so like inward you mean the night up you do your to you do your two scenes and he'd checked the three names they wanted to see him back in the days than i was they for whatever reason they decided they posted them all for everybody to see you all had to see like oh tonight nobody wanted me yeah and there were people that literally like you'd go up there and you just see people fall apart and it was this moment when it was like oh for three and a half three and three quarters years you're building a company and it's like this you know everybody's got something special offer and then the business is like the doors open and like it was like nope ura fuck and leading man and you are a character person who's got to wait five years or whatever it was and what did you feel like i felt like you know like you you got parts kinda quickly right did yeah i mean i worked i was really very fortunate i i got a good agency right at the top and i like theater agents thirty yeah theater agency and and was that your name did you think i'm going to be a theater actor i now but you know like i was i was sort of the leading man at tufts at juilliard i was playing like antony antony and cleopatra and it wasn't until the business sort of was like you know yeah you're not you're something else you're something which ultimately i have found to be way more interesting and exciting for myself but you know like they're so you you were coming out of there to be a movie star i didn't realize this like what.

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"antony antony" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"When i first started broadcasting in october of twenty ten when one of my first shows i quoted somebody who was a canadian diplomat by the name of peter dale scott who was speaking about deep politics and the deep state and i and i have here from eight years ago almost eight what i said and when i said this people said that this is ridiculous this is ridiculous what you're talking about here here's here's i talked about peter dale scott and him identifying what is considered deep politics by the deep state quote looking beneath public formation of policy issues to the bureaucratic economic and and ultimately covert and criminal activities which underlie them which is if you will perpetrated by an entity entitled the deep state unquote your take well we see the deep state today which is also commonly called the swap but the deep state is still in control of our country and they're dominating our country to this very day and even though president trump swore he would break the deep state and break the swamp drain the swamp he said we've just found out this last week that the deep state is alive and well and so is the swamp and they seem to still be the ones that control and we haven't we have not ship ourselves loose from them maybe we've done them a little damage but they are on the rise again what can i say in an introduction pat i spoke about the fact that you work with antony antony c sutton who's a legend in the freedom movement in the nineteen seventies when you did a deep dive and dissect it to your own peril about the trilateral commission which is an part of if you will the deep state the new world order crowd the globalist structure pat when you look back in time do you believe the deep state the globalist system was more powerful when you first dissect them back in the seventies with antony c sutton or now rush more powerful today than they were back then now put that a little bit of context though back in nineteen seventy three when the trilateral commission was formed you had the most powerful movers and shakers in the world and the industrialized world as members of this ferry elite organization and they were the.

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"antony antony" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on WTMA

"The democrats have decided to invite into the house chamber to be seeded for the state of the union address women that were drummed up as i understand it some of them were paid right southern were paid we had a big rich democrats offering money to sleazy lawyers so the sleazy lawyers could offer money to women that would come forward and accused president trump of sexual misconduct in years gone by and that usually works coast you know there's money changing hands and all that stuff well now the democrats dim wits that they are are following president trump's lead actually because they have no regional original ideas no original thoughts whatsoever from hollywood to washington the left as run out of ideas i think that's been well established for some time now but the democrats the democrat leadership planning to invite victims of sexual assault to president trump state of the union address later this month to highlight the issue if they're going to do that they should invite all of their of fundraisers and donors like harvey weinstein and and kevin spacey and bill clinton for that matter and maybe the republicans should invite all the democrats now here invite a roman polanski so it will just leave an empty chair there with a cardboard cutout of roman polanski in handcuffs in an orange jumpsuit roman couldn't make it big democrat because he's on the lam from the law for that old child rape thing uh harvey weinstein put him in the front row kevin spacey put him over there with the democrat the boy's choir or something like that the democrats still have the boy's choir on capitol hill uh i think they do i think so and i should invite bill clinton since the democrats want to play this game now john edwards in there may be anthony wiener will be out of jail one time what do you think anthony antony antony weena oh that's another great story today your that the uh the.

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"antony antony" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The democrats have decided to invite into the house chamber to be seeded for the state of the union address women that were drummed up as i understand it some of them were paid right some there were paid we had a big rich democrats offering money to sleazy lawyers so the sleazy lawyers could offer money to women that would come forward and accused president trump of sexual misconduct in years gone by and that usually works coasts and others money changing hands and all that stuff well now the democrats dim wits that they are are following president trump's lead actually because they have no rigid original ideas noted general thoughts whatsoever from hollywood to washington but left as run out of ideas i think that's been well established for some time now but the democrats the democrat leadership planning to invite victims of sexual assault to president trump state of the union address later this month to highlight the issue if they're gonna do that they should invite all of their of fundraisers and donors like harvey weinstein on and kevin spacey and clinton for that matter and maybe the republicans should invite all the democrats now here invite a roman polanski so i will just leave an empty chair there with a cardboard cutout of roman polanski in handcuffs in an orange jumpsuit roman couldn't make it big democrat because he's on the lam from the law for that old child rape thing uh harvey weinstein put him in the front row of kevin spacey put him over there with the democrat the boy's choir or something like that the democrats still have a boy's choir on capitol hill uh i think they do i think so and there should invite bill clinton since the democrats want to play this game they'll john edwards in there maybe anthony wiener will be out of jail one time what do you think anthony antony antony weena oh that's another great story today you hear that the uh the wieners hummel winter.

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"antony antony" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"antony antony" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"If we can police tony caselli antony antony sally concrete and foundations for site work you call tony caselli you see him with the trucks going around with looks like it's got the italian flag on the side of the truck tony has an amazing story you know if you think about hidden rock bottom as so many people do and that's one of the reasons why we do this her feeder friend people hit rockbottom and they need a hand up and they want to get back into life and they want to be so support suspicion and you know they want to have their self respect you hear the stories the kids feel better everybody feels better it all starts with a meal well back in the day oh my gosh has had to be verona years ago one over twenty years ago or so really tony was a young guy and very aggressive entrepreneur now he was buying and leveraging all kinds of real estate you know he he by a piece of real estate and they go and he would take all the cash out of that or he would leverage the loan on that to buy another one so he's got the equity in that or maybe just the dead that he would leverage that for another one this is telling people were doing years and years years ago until finally there was a recession tony had oh my gosh i mean asia gonna kill me if i don't get it right so tony go ahead and kill me i'm not going to get everything right he wrote a book about this too by the way he was like a million bucks in the whole because the bank said we can't loan any more money we can't and that's it in any lost ever he went to talk to add attorneys said i need a declared bankruptcy and the attorney said well it's going to cost i think something like what twenty thousand dollars and tony looks at a guy goes i can't even afford to be bankrupt so he contacted everybody he knew that he owed money to and said look i hit a rough spot i've lost every single one of my properties i've lost my business lost my company this girl i was in love with i thought someday i would marry her she left.

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