18 Burst results for "Astaldi"

Historically Black Colleges' Contributions to the NFL with Dr. Derrick E. White

In Black America

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Historically Black Colleges' Contributions to the NFL with Dr. Derrick E. White

"On this week's program historically black colleges and universities and the NFL with Doctor Derrick white in black America in their celebration of the hundred year. It was not as historical as we would like right. I think the for better for worse college football who celebrate the One hundred fiftieth year and in conjunction with ESPN primarily. Done these series of documentaries. That kind of documenting the game so they did a great set of talking about the early game when the Ivy Leagues Dominated College Football. Right you get that kind of Astaldi. Nfl is not so much right. In their part of Wigan's law says that the integration the reintegration of the. Nfl in part is done. Because you know teams WanNa move to the West Coast Right. They WanNa play in Los Angeles And that the black community the La said no in particular forced the L. A. Don's to say if you WANNA come in you. GotTa you gotTa desegregate Your Team. So woody strode gets an opportunity to play and Kenny Washington gets a chance to try out for these teams and they make these teams in the NFL so we were talking about the kind of reintegration of of professional football as the National Football League celebrated. Its first one hundred seasons unbeknownst to many sports fans the NFL didn't have any African American players for decade from Nineteen thirty four to nineteen forty-six. There was an unspoken agreement between owners to ban African American players today. They are two African American general managers for minority head coaches and one chief operating officer for the first time the crew for sue both fifty four had a record number of minority officials of the seven on the field five for African Americans the contribution of historical black colleges and universities. Acc use to the NFL has changed the game forever undrafted by an NFL team. Paul tank younger was the first African American player from grambling State University to play in the NFL when he signed with the Los Angeles Rams in nineteen forty nine the first African American drafted in the NFL draft was jaws rooks. I running back out of Morgan state in the Eleventh Round. One hundred and twenty fifth overall by the Green Bay packers in nineteen fifty one doing super bowl fifty four week in south Florida Group of area high school athletes had an opportunity to learn about the rich history of black college football and his contributions to the NFL and Black America spoke with doctor. Derrick wide associate professor at the University of Kentucky. When I was teaching a class on sports history I found that the students knew nothing about historically black college role. They were as part of their assignment. They had researched The histories of sports history at various institutions and students had cookman in Florida. And I knew that those are really successful. Athletic programs and students came back with nothing. And so I've you know I just thought chalked up. Initially students being students that they just didn't do enough but when we both begin system. I realized there was a huge gap in the scholarship. And there's a Lotta work on sports. History is a lot of work on college sports especially college football but there was very little nearly nothing on historically black colleges And so at the time I was at Florida Atlantic in so I was like Bam. You is like right up the road. Well you know eight hours away from my house but I and I knew Jay. Gator was dominant. I'd heard these stories from my uncles and I knew he was a fantastic program so I did a research trip and I went up there and they have the archivists there. And the the library's at up in Florida were amazing and they gave me these materials in there. All these letters documents and so I had budgets and letters of professional teams and I begin to understand how he organized his football program because the issue is discussed our Pamela Day. That there wasn't a lot of research money. A lot of research recruiting money not money budgets. Within Coach Gate. There was the ad coach basketball at one point. And those things. I thought those kinds of stories and that the greatness that the success that he was able to produce was Willie Gallimore Kim. Rowley Bob Hayes. I wanted to understand how that was done. I didn't WANNA chalk it up to that. These were just natural athletes that there was something being done happening on these institutions in some coaches Were better than others and so I wanted to tell that story talk about. Integration Immigration had a positive effect but it also had a devastating effect on also African Americans going to the NFL right so an integration was boom for professional football. Right then you know one of the reasons that Jake was so able to be so successful especially early on in the forties and early fifties that many of his former players gather degrees and became teachers in the high schools. All across the State of Florida and North Georgia. And so he would. They would just send him letters. Like hey coach gay. Got This really. Good kid this Willie Gallimore guys pretty good right. Like this is how he got recruiting information was from his former players but those players were talented but there was no professional football opportunities and so when those opportunities really begin to open up a specially after nineteen sixty when the AFL comes in then professional football now creates a new opportunity for black colleges in small colleges in general and so that becomes this boom and on the backside that the course the civil rights movement is happening at this exact same time right so brown. V Board of Education. This is entire push to desegregate schools Whether the high school level colleges etc and so so many ways why colleges Kinda caught between their own. Their success right. They're producing these great players in the NFL. Minium all pros as we talked about earlier. Thirty two or in the NFL Hall of fame at the same time. There are new opportunities at Florida. Miami or Georgia and that these schools especially in the deep south are slowly trying to recruit them when you look back at the history of ACC using his contribution to to the NFL. I found it amazing and the one hundred year the League. There's very little that has been articulated about a SPEC- US or the early African American players and they and their celebration of the hundredth year. It was not as historical as we would like right. I think the you know for better for Worse College Football who celebrated his Hundred Fiftieth Year and in conjunction with ESPN primarily. Done these series of documentaries that kind of documenting the game so they did a great set of documentaries talking about the early game when the Ivy League dominated college football. Right you get that kind of Nfl is not so much

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"astaldi" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Season wine. It was Katie my best friends, Katie saucy. And I were dating three guys on the show. Tom and jacks, and we were all working at the restaurant except one who is dating Jack's Astaldi was with Jack's. Okay. I was dating Tom Santa all and who is now with Arianna Maddox. Okay. And doesn't show. There's another Tom. That's ruin Tom Schwartz's, Katie. Yeah. He's he's really sweet. Yeah. And they got married on the show two seasons ago. Jackson, Britney Brittany. They've been dating three years. And now, they're engaged. They're getting married this summer. So you can't find love on reality TV, then. Yeah. Have you found love not on that show? I have. Friends onset show. But I know how awkward is that to be on a TV show with your ex boyfriends these underseas in many for many seasons. It was like the worst thing ever, especially when my now ex boyfriend we dated almost six years. And then we broke up, and he started dating another girl who's on the show. But now they've been together five years. It's kind of like now, we're friends which is you could even dating yet five years. They've been together. It now because now they're my friends. So so weird about Vander pump. Because everyone is like you see pictures of like, even when you guys aren't filming. I went to sir one night. And you guys weren't filming. Oh, were you there? Then I everyone was there might have been. Yeah. Those like a an entire table of you guys. Just like hanging out, and I'm like, wow, you guys are friends outside of the show. That's why we had a show though. Because it was we've known each other for so many years before the show ever started feel like it's one of those things when I've done it so many times my own girlfriends are in the workplace. I'm like we need a show. But that's how it starts because it's here. So entertaining. Let me tell you. I've been offered to to a couple of shows. And I always like, no. Want to make someone be a hero? So I've learned that from I just like to watch on the outside keep my personal life personal. Yeah. Not a bad idea tells more about Vander pump season seven what what is it airing right now it is arrogant. How would we have all my God? I don't even know like I because I see the episodes. It's not. I mean, we could just drink from the bottle, but dean has that rush? And I'm like, I don't know. You go. This because it's not even out yet pulling from the bottle. Okay. Sorry. Okay. Collusive to you understand that dean basic witch agree GIO. I love him. Yeah. You are literally like the second people other than Katie saucy night. Oh, I'm not even a wind guy in it. Ito? So it's called witches of we hope potion yet, which it's which is a we hope in well knocking point wine one and this is potion number one. Have you been doing with us? We're Embiid for potion number two three four one million. So is this your brand? Yes. Just myself in Kadian sauce on the show. So the three women that Utah. Yeah. Okay. I'm sure it's katie's husband calls us, the witches of we not really which so we're let let's brand this. I mean tough. Has been doing in all this rain. Oh, it sucks. I'm saying as a witch who it must be even. Okay. Let me take a sh. Does worry about seven, please. Yes. So seasons. Seven Jackson Brittany gutting. Hold on tastes. Some can. We do the taste test. Try some acidity. No like goes down, very nice Okie abor. Yeah. No. There's like wolf note is that house? It doesn't fruit. Errol's peach peach. I know hive I know my one taste that peach. It's great. Yeah. I never drink ever. So me having. Oh, yeah. I'm already drunk me to twelve thirty. Let's calm down. Everyone sees. Seasons. Haven't started off with the bang Jackson. Bernie got engaged which I thought was really fun. Because typically if you like all the big moments happen like midway through the summer on the show. So it was really cool that it happened sort of right off the bat. The beginning of the season. So that was really cool. So we're we basically will spend like the whole season kind of preparing for their wedding. That'll happen fingers crossed next season. But next year. I mean, sorry this summer is when they're getting married..

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"astaldi" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"And it was one that I had to force myself to watch because I didn't wanna believe the critics. But you know, what they were totally right. Okay, perry. What's next? So this last one I wanted to put this on my list because I feel like anytime I find a new director that I want to get out there into the world and everybody to know her name, even though I'm not even sure I'm pronouncing it right still I had to put revenge on my list. And if you have a shudder subscription, you can go watch it there right now. But this movie was a really I I can't even call it a pleasant. Well, it's not pleasant. But it wasn't a surprise to me because everyone had been talking this movie up, and it took me so frigging long to watch it. And then Finally, I did and corley Faraday believe that's how her name is pronounced is the director behind it. And this is a movie with a whole it's a very violent movie with a whole bunch of very brutal set pieces with some exceptional kill scenes, exceptional makeup effects. But it's not just about that. You could look at this movie and see her style just all over. There's no doubt in my mind that nobody could have directed this story the same exact way as she does. And it just seems to me like if she puts that same precision and even respect for her characters to any other story out there. We're going to end up with even more great films from her not seen this movie. And is what's on that flex available on shudder right now shutter all shut streaming treating. Okay. Good. I'm going to take your advice, and this home to the manses jerking to bring home you might wanna push pas. Kind of movie, but I've recommended this Astaldi to the number offs on the A right? bit of a different thing. Pirate person Mathilde. This is like the perfect for the metoo era, by the way. Filmmaking is fantastic and those earrings her costume. I it's one of the most iconic costumes of the year for me those earrings. I would be able to tell you what movie they were. Okay. Wow. Yeah. I could see now. Okay. What's next year? Jeff, we this is our last one, right? More often, I guess number one for me, the most underrated movie the year as I tweeted earlier in the week America animals about. Barton's American animals was just a movie I saw more than any other this year. I think four or five times everyone I've shown it to has dug it it's about four kids who rob their college library of some rare books, but the way that it is presented and the mix of actors, and then the actual real people that they're playing interacting with each other in certain scenes and the way that plays with like unrelenting unreliable narrators that kind of stuff the editing in the movie is fantastic. There's such precision. It's it's just like you feel the cuts. I love everything about it. So please if you do if you if you watch one more movie before twenty eighteen ends making American animals if you don't like it. I will send you something in the mail to make up for the last two hours. That's how Jeff Slater guarantee. This guy is absolutely American animals is absolutely fantastic. It is absolutely been overlooked. It was at Sundance. I think it started. I actually didn't see at Sundance, but I did see after after September. And I completely agree. I think it is. It's a great heist movie, especially when nice goes wrong. Recommended it. So many times I will say the Jeff Snyder guarantee it held up there just guarantee if there is such a thing. Use it very sparingly. I don't that doesn't come out there. Let's your choice, Aaron tease your choices on this overlooked for your consideration special happened right on the money both of yours. My final movie, I think the final move to talk about is the old man and the gun overbook to the extent date. It's been overlooked..

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"astaldi" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on LadyGang

"Jersey Mike's it's a glorified subway like it's delicious. But like, I'm not going there thinking that like any of this food is it's not wall. So she's asking questions and then finally she's like just give me tuna, and he's like a tuna sandwich. And she goes, no, a scoop of tuna and he's like wall. We don't really give a scoop of tuna. But okay, you want it a bowl or whatever. And she goes. No, I don't use plastic. She handle her hand napkin in it asks for the scoop of tuna he gives it to her. And she eats it out of her hand with fork. I am not kidding. I mean, you gotta respect her, you know, diligence to the cause what? 'cause green plastic. No. I mean like the sea animals, thank you lady. But like weird, but think about how much handles after that, I know, but she should have that like reusable plastics tissue just needs like a some kind of a Tupperware car idea for lady gang for TV. But I recently heard my friend has shooting movie, she in Chicago, she has a no water bottle rule onset. So she bought. Everybody their own little hydro flask. Oh, I loved on. They have like one water dispensers. I think we should do that. I do and hydro flask. Make you drink so much more water mine sorry pink hydro flask. Hydro flask. If you could send us some if we could get like pink leading hydrofoils, it'd be adorable. Okay. Put it on a leash lashed. My good week. Is that I got an IPO photo facial as your skin looks. So good right now. It's not good. It's like falling off a few. You look amazing right now. Does you really do really suits you? Yeah. I think I like a good like pro football sleep really helps my beauty, you know. They mean. No, I was going to say that like your skin looks really good. Oh, sorry. Orally alert or in Collier here. No, I got an IPO. And it's been a long time since I got one because you it's unique. You can't go have a spray tan and the girl that I go to shutout to Melissa on Astaldi. I did pay full price for my appeal. So I'm just like, wow. Say shadow for a full offer full price. But. She she she goes there. Like, unlike burn the God of my skin a shitty IP that's going to be gone in two days. Like, I want a week worth of I've to cover it up. And then I wanna be a twenty two year old. But like the IP L is such a great treatment. And I really think I wanted to tell the girls like if you invest in like one facial treatment don't spend all your money on these creams, and like facials and whatever like go get an IP L burn your age spots off. I did my chest is true. It's such a good life gotten it before. Lasers. Like it. It burns off all your imperfections your old scars from zits like redness, broken compulsories. Like, it's really whatever early. I will murder. You are Hugh. Okay. So bad week. No scared. No, no, it's fine. The worst thing happened to me. I'll love to start something. No, it's fine. So I had like a stressful week. And I decided I was going to treat myself to a vanilla milkshake from fat burger that sounds delicious. And it was so good intil. You pooped your pants. I didn't put my pants. But like, I mean, there's just a reason why I don't do large amounts of dairy. And like that was but like it was worth it at the time. And it's worth it. I want a big, and I didn't even get a small like I've got a large. And I suck that thing down in thirty seconds. And then thirty seconds later. I was like mom. So. Yeah. Anyway, I'm just letting you know that I had explosive diarrhea pobably. Why I'm looking so good? Because you're saying I'm just like it's all come out of the I liked it. It's like a it's like a fat burger cleanse. You don't even see when I each food like that it just sits in my body like a rock. Mine doesn't go through me. I wish it did feel like that feel nice. It's like a colonic. Anyway, we're not by we're not here for a long time. But we're here. Skated quickly. Thanks for joining us on lady, gang, quickey checkout. New episodes of lady gang every Tuesday and more quickies every Thursday on podcast one.

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"astaldi" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Let's do it a real real bad ten bucks. Wow. Seven bucks box Icee that gloved out sells it three to one. So I'm taking the field. Like if it's less than three to one I win. Well, that's it. I mean that that that's okay. So you think Gluck out so's lazy Queen three to one right? And are those the only two shirts that we have gone. Those are the new styles, but you can get last year's Christmas wanted again is available. Yeah. Yeah. That's fun on the Hamill's orb. The Hamiltons available the the enamel pins the sticker set. There's a lot of good stuff over there in pots wake all the. You're never not funny, pride and the and the posters, which is. We just the you announced last week. If you buy all five you get them for the price of four rights say the posters were designed by Jordan skin Hopkins Hopkins. Why can I never say his name? Or is it just Hudson singular? It's at one hundred he's got an electronic meal from him today. So let me Jordan Huggins seem right up here. Those are last year's but had Kans. Sure. The answer on it. Hudson's? They're all signed. So if you signed sealed delivered their yours. That make you miss Obama. That was the song Barack Obama. Yeah. Like way you missile Boma every time I wake up. But that song when I hear it. I got sauna Astaldi because they've signed sealed delivered what he would walk out on stage vomit. I got distracted that cameras moving. What are you? Oh, you're getting you're getting the posters. Yes. Sir. Boy, I'm not scared me freaked me out of the at the same time that Kim removing. It was just like was that movie with Halle Baldwin Oyo. Spite not Spicer sliver sliver sliver of a great book. It's a Creighton. Creighton you mentioned it is it can tell. Is that a crazy? I don't think so. It might be. Doesn't like like who is it. Then it's because I think it's author. I enjoy oh God, that's the screenplay ca highs. I'm not cut for this liver book, IRA levian eleven eleven that guy was a big big back in ninety airport novel. That's not quite at Crichton. Can we say can we is that a private matter? The connection. Michael Crichton was my Grandpa's cousin. So really really tight. Yeah. Yeah. All right. I have other cooler, I prefer other. But how many other family members created ER? I have super famous family you. She does. Wait. Why don't I I don't I must know this who are the other ones. Fullest, one is Rogers Rogers and Hammerstein for sound of music is my great uncle could that is cooler than. The most famous, but you told me one the other day too. That was shocking in jarring jarring and shocking some of them related to Gerard by all cool. But my mom's cousin wrote heroes. Timmy kring. No, no, snow falling on cedars. Oh, wow. Really famous novel. I'm in the movie a minute and two seconds in might be that. Yes. Yeah. If an Akan I shared a thing seconds. Theaters. I dunno. I it's on both sides. That's on my mom's side and my dad that's crazy grandma on seven EMMY six Emmys, that's what it was your the The American. American jets. Yeah. You told us that on the players club. But then it wasn't that. PF the American experience. There's something else. Oh, my great grandpa. Kyle Crichton was a bag for of the marks bats. What it was? That's what it was. Oh, yeah. Pretty cool. Blacklisted vehicle and then Hanna Creighton said never funny..

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"astaldi" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"About this. We was praising Bill ball. But we were young look at billboard. Like, it's you dumb to this day free. What am I say? Kill me, grandma. I'm not be slave. Rep Astaldi use. Free champs freight. Chains. Attacks factories specs me. Away Scot free. Copping free. Expect me to not throw away to this day. You would say to me. Outshot Turkey thanksgiving. To me smoke free. Coming out so free maple moon. Three. Promise. Three in order to a hands-free. Kill you in twenty four hours a shorter. You can't ignore the hand speed on God. It's the head this problem, but it's no comedy sign-off fail. Hell. Sorry. Haida finished leading run auto bars. A lot of people saying it's a distant gay when you said the part about the red hat. Don't Michael imprint me, but they try to divide when you got Michael in Princeton. But his whole point was like, you can't divide any J Kiei because we're black. Why are we still, you know, we still cool? So don't try to play against each other. That's cool. But then the next couple of lines is basically like about Donald Trump saying how Donald Trump house a bigoted? Here's his spouse. Eight and he cut it off. It's like my house better day yours. My spouse come on, man. Anyway. But he also talks about how he got like, I'm not one of these housing because you bought and I'm kinda like like, I feel I is kinda hard to diss Trump even with those bars in front of it and make it seem like you not kinda disinclined is. I think Geoghegan still take it personal. You know, people were saying like was really more about Trump. I feel you. But I feel like it's going to be pretty that's a pretty that's a pretty hard tight rope to walk with a guy like high-gain hope. He don't get offended. Yeah. Because this out of history and things like that. And also kind of going back to other things when moves talking about how people feel about people making money. Yeah. A lot of times in my opinion. People had their jealousy in the MVP. And they'll used these form of critique because a lot of people use critiques to hide the real fillings about a lot of things. So a lot of times people go a norm critiques. Wim and somebody about chat room my green. Now, we are going to get the bag. They get the bag. We're criticized him. Let's happen. They lose their money. We'll cheer for them to go. Get the back union that doesn't make any sense. Yes. Yeah. Just feels weird. And to be honest. I think it really comes from a fact that we'd all see there's a point where we stop seeing celebrities as human even when there I think maybe even stars when you're first rooting for them. Like when you're rooting for Cardi B to get off a loving hip. Hop get rich and be a fashion icon and all this shit. And she continues to do it. As point you start turning are because I think familiarity breeds contempt, and we get more and more familiar with these people, and we start seeing shortcomings we start saying they're not perfect. We start seeing when they say something that's fucked up. We start seeing when they make a mistake. We start seeing of you know, all all the flaws and people, and we don't really you. Can you don't know these people? So you can never love them. Human like, you love your friends or you love somebody, you know, or family member. We'll never see them as somebody's family member. Somebody's human being any example of this funky dot Neva is got it. Hot water because they went on queens apprai- court dot com. I guess. Fucker tier. For new every two..

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"astaldi" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on /Film Daily

"As a as a kid. Let's move onto flash. Gordon? A franchise that helped inspire Star Wars. Let's seems like a new movie is in the works from the director of overlord then tells about it. Yeah, that's pretty much. All we know at this point, Julius Avery the guy who's directing the World War Two horror movie overlord, which comes out very soon. I think next week or maybe in two weeks is apparently he pitched paramount his take on the character of flash, Gordon, and they really liked the idea and decided to give him the directing job for a flash Gordon movie. Matthew Vaughn was going to be directing this movie once upon a time he apparently is still on board as a producer? So I haven't seen overlord yet. And I don't know Julius Avery's work that well, but a flash Gordon is a character that I mean, the nineteen eighty movie is probably the most famous interational of him. I don't know if he has seen that movie recently, but it holds up pretty well because it's so silly and campy and fun that it. It makes it sort of timeless. I was reading a little bit about it. And I guess it was produced by or at least presented by one of the same people who was working on the nineteen sixties Batman TV show, and sort of in the same way that that show has like a. An Astaldi sort of kitsch to it that that still. You know, it's of its time certainly, but it makes it's different than like being completely drenched in like a dark and gritty super self serious. Kind of thing flash. Gordon is not that at all. I'm hoping that Julius Avery is not going to take the character in that that kind of direction. But if he gets something that that is approximating the nineteen eighty film, which was directed by Mike Hodges and had this amazing soundtrack by Queen. Then. Yeah..

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"astaldi" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"I ended up on the tonight show because when Jimmy was on the show. We would just do bits and goof off constantly, and we had an affinity towards that and we would, you know, I wrote jeopardy's Jimmy was in very good, talk show and whatever he, you know, Mick Jagger at the mirror and. Because Jimmy to me will loved about him. The most was everybody thought of as cute little mop top creature, and we knew him as well of comedy knowledge. And so many started that you know. He goes, you wanna be my psychic go, it's okay with Lauren. 'cause I still work on SNL and so Lauren gave it his blessing. So I'll show. Show on Wednesdays off to run down from read through on miss four sketches. I'll run down do the show and run back up because I'm only out there for legem Jimmy Fallon. Yeah. And then I guess comes on, I'm out of there. I'm back upstairs to my day job. You're getting like seven and a half eight million a year for the nine episode, nine and episode. So who else we? Thank God Trump got elected back there right there. There you go. Snoopy. Candidates are over. You. I think it's the it is the hard thing as you said of Trump menu go when he goes farther than you would have ever gone. Like when turn the about the McKay sketch, that guy now would have one guy wiped his ass with the flag. So it's like it's hard to keep it real. Who else? We got a couple more. Yes right here and it was somebody up top. We're gonna get you right over here. Have you shouts. Shout. All right. Well, a couple of weeks ago, Kelsey grammer actually announce that there's going to be a reboot of Frazier, and the question is in this current climate of comedy, how do you think of Frazier reboot we'll be received and should the TV industry stop relying on reboots and come up with more new material? Well, yes, but I think it is. I find. That besides the, you know, it's just hard to get anything made that somebody's going to say yes to, and I do find a guilty of this. If I flip through and me TV comes on and there's some show from my childhood before all this Michaud gonna Sophos happening. I will sit there and watch it and go, oh, that was a good. It'll take me out of this. So there's also giant Astaldi thing, but do I wish they'd quit making who Kumai minus say? I'm just a sketch writer, apparently, but I think that obviously these reboots it's like if you think it's unoriginal, they don't care. Is there an audience for that Comcast, Comcast cares. They don't care that people might criticize that reboot think if they get. David. Hi Pierce get all the gang back together but could be wrong with that. Those guys were really, really, really funny, but now please stand up and give us your best operatic performance. Amazing. It was Chris and Sarah who had another song and then Leonard Cohen just died. And so that's how the Hallelujah think him and, but that wasn't until dress, wasn't it and we do it air we did. Yeah, it was like very, very up until the last minute you know, going to sweet with it works. Sometimes we do some very tender things. They're very kind of if it's the right moment, everything I look at critically divided into three parts. So what third of the shows suck a third of the shows are, okay. A third of them are really wonderful and you hit that March. If you're baton three, thirty three, the new doing well because to grind that out, you're in a room on Monday, and the show was on the air of the sets are building your broadcasting, live TV show on a Saturday. It's nothing short of a miracle. And when you host when you've hosted time..

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"astaldi" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"Getting Rachman today. We're looking at Pakistan, whether I just held elections and it seems as if Imran Khan, the former cricketer and political outsider is the victim. So what happens now, joining me on the line is our correspondent, Karen, Stacy who covered the elections and also on the line is our Asia News editor victim mullet Karen, I we're talking about twenty four hours after the polls closed has Imran's party clearly one. Yeah, we've now got enough ice to be pretty sure that Iran Connie is going to be the next prime minister of Pakistan. We've had final declarations from around that he constituencies, but we've had about fifty percents of the vote from the rest and what is becoming players that has one. He's one of the most people thought he's one probably over one hundred seats maybe over one hundred ten which puts him within touching distance for majority as the day goes on might be that results come even more in his. Favor, and he gets that majority which would be far better than anyone was expecting an even if he falls just short. It shouldn't be too difficult for him to do a couple of alliances with smaller parties and get himself installed as prime minister in the coming days. How big a political changes this podcastone you've covered many Pakistan e elections over the enormous dominated by two parties associated with the family and no us Reese family. And here we have a new. He's broken the mold and not sense in and that he was very sort of distant third, and now he's come can call you won this election. I think the question really is whether he's getting to be a mold breaker or a big change in terms of what he actually does when he's in power. And I think there it's a little bit more dubious. You know, he's a Pashtoon, but he's brought up in the hor- privileged family and he's gonna face exactly the same problems that other governments civilian governments have faced in the past very heavy corruption. Of course, he's talked about being anti corruption campaigner, and that's something that may set him apart from his predecessors, but his other economic policies necessarily that different from what other people said they're gonna do get to reform the some of the state-owned enterprises. He's gonna widen the tax, these things urgently needed. He's going to develop tourism, which is setting a very tough loss in a place like Pakistan. But I do think he's going to come up against executive the same problems that his predecessors have come up against. And that is essentially the all me whether or not the army pushed him into. Pau or not. And that's what he's opponent. Suspect. They clearly remain incredibly influential. They see the large amount of the of the budget of the state for themselves, and it just narrows the space in which civilian politicians like him can actually operate in. And I think that is going to be a challenge and we're really looking at quite a severe economic crisis. I mean, there's a very severe foreign exchange crisis that he the next government is going to have to do with really in a matter of weeks. Before we go into some of those crunchy issues that victor's raised about the economy about the army, just give us a sense of Imran's personal journey because I think that the yours, many people in Britain because I guess that heard of him as a famous cricketer assume that he would sweep to power, but actually it's taken literally decades, hasn't it since he returned as a kind of semi playboy celebrity, it has. So he says up his party's, the PTI, which means movement for Justice. He set up in nineteen Ninety-six promising to sweep aside pucks, don's endemic corruption, and it's taken him until now to get anywhere close to power. It looked like he was going to break through in twenty thirteen when he toured the country just before that election and was gathering crowds of up to one hundred thousand people. I think what became clear after that election when he came at distant third, is that a lot of those crowds that just to see the man who led the puck istani cricket team to the well Cup in nineteen Ninety-two and be what has been his consistent problem input. Takes is the puck Astaldi politics is dominated by so-called barrage links. These kind of clan. Family ties, which mean that happens is that for local politicians will do deals with heads of plans to make sure that everybody within that network invites the same way..

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"astaldi" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on Channel 33

"I'm really, really excited to be joined today by writer director, Bo, Burnham, and star Elsie Fisher. They have a new movie coming out called eighth grade. It's a wonderful movie that I've seen twice guys. Thanks for coming in. Thanks for having us before we get to even in the movie Elsie. Is this your first podcast? No, I've done a couple man Elsie heads her own, plug it right here. Dungeons and dragons podcast episode just out. I haven't given to listen. Yep, Mike, you better because you're going to be on it. Oh boy. Show extreme DND, but also extremists spelled with an x. hyphen trim. It's pretty cool, very cool. Say so, listen, this Pakistan, nearly extreme Elsie Fisher guys. I wanna talk about great. That's why you're here. Don't do it. Okay, bullets are with you. This movie about a young girl and you're not a young girl. That's it. Obviously, there's a lot of this character. Why did you decide to make a movie about a young girl in eighth grade? Couple reasons I watched. I was watching a lot of videos, a young kids online talking about themselves. The boys talked about fortnight and the girls talked about their souls does like k. girl. I think the other really was like, I didn't wanna make an Astaldi movie. I I like nostalgic movies, but I didn't want this to be like a memory or an exploration of my past experience. I wanted to feel current. So it being a girl sort of insulated me from from a project, my own experience onto our because it might might might disconnect is twofold. I was never thirteen year old girl and I was never. A thirteen year old. Now, you know, in both of those things, I think when themselves to us specific experience of the hope is to just like approach it, like I don't know what she's going through, but I feel what she's feeling. Did you have any concern about the generation gap that you have from the character you were writing? Totally, I mean, but it was. It was more just like I wasn't writing a novel is making a movie, so I knew I was going to work with the kids and I'd have the kids to tell me if I was off base or not. I wrote a bunch of DM's for heard where she was on Facebook, and then she read the script and was like, no one uses Facebook anymore is about my aunt and I was like, whoops. And then so actually PETA kids say no and uses Facebook anymore in descript and all face was changed. Instagram's. Amazing, Elsie. When did you first become aware of this movie? I went to the first audition, really, and that was that was a while ago the the first audition was the opening monologue. And I'm like, this character talks like I do, so I got really excited, and also I was huge fan of Bose. Oh, about his work? Yeah. What was that like? Meeting him in this context, it will weird. My face was just read. I got embarrassed or the first thing she did when she read the, she's like, the first thing is like, hey, guys, Kayla and she said, hey, guys, she knocked the script offer loud and and I was like. Good thing. I loved about the auditions like he was just like he was chill, and he was nice, and he was like willing to work with me, I guess, whereas a lot of dishes, if I had done that, they'd be like, get out, which is just because she's so open and we wanted to do the story of being young as being in articulate and a little all over the place. And so a lot of young actress try so hard to polish everything about themselves. So they come in like sounding like what they think kids are like in movies, which are like little poet laureates remember and else's. Just able to kinda be free, which is a very tough thing for an actor to be how many actors did you see a lot a lot, dozens and dozens, one hundred or so the c. audition instantaneous. Yeah, yeah, pretty pretty instantly that I saw. I tested her seven times only saw. I never saw Kidman once as a young actress. I don't actually know what it's like for somebody in your position. Do you get sent a lot of scripts?.

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"astaldi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The california department of forestry and fire protection known commonly as cal fire says ninety thousand plus acres of that belongs to the socalled county fire that began on june thirtieth ignited as a result of an improperly astaldi electric kettle fence not yet fully contained but getting close and head says the tough battle this blaze brought could be an indicator of what lies ahead very concerning this here's what really caused the fire to move quick cal fire's david johnson says there is so much tinder dry brush and although in the past year or so there's been rain the rain hasn't really been able to because of five years of drought so down into the ground and up into the plants while the plants may be taller they're still drought dry see how dry it is getting costly to last year the state spent nearly two billion dollars to fight wildfires that burned through december by the way and that wasn't nearly enough federal disaster aid helped to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars local governments don't have ten twelve million dollars just lying around to take care of their costs associated with the fire state senator bill dodd says it used to be lawmakers could look at the cost of fighting wildfires in the previous year to budget for the next year but he says they can't do that anymore cal fire's budget has increased more than sixty percents since the two thousand six two thousand seven fire season the portion of the fighting fire budgets has also earmarked for recovery related to rebuilding public infrastructure and back filling losses and local taxes extensive it's important to note however that even given the historic start this fire season it doesn't mean it will wind up historically disastrous but it is a fear jim roope los angeles in sports world cup champs france beat croatia to nab their second championship their last one came twenty years ago amanda davies has more was a final that was built as many people's pretournament favorites against the minnows of croatia was in the final for the first time ever from a country with a population of just over four million and as a thunder and lightning storm reverberated around the stadium the atmosphere was really electric thousands of fans from both countries watching croatia really with the better of the opening act but it was france who struck the first blow and then continued to turn the screw when it matters so run out four two winners are high scoring game that was action packed and a very fitting end to what has been a fantastic five weeks of football twenty past jeff bezos tourism rocket when america in the morning returns.

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"astaldi" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Typically call takers receive longitude and latitude coordinates when someone calls nine one one from a cell phone but since they called casey they had no location assistant supervisor steve castaldi started calling at and t repeatedly asking them to pay her phone a cell phone carrier that can only give me a fifteen hundred meter radius and you can imagine how area that is police started searching the area and casey stopped responding to dismiss us on the phone i want wanna stay on all night after about an hour on the line he hears a male voice cranston police found kc on wallace street in providence and she was taken to the hospital state police colonel ann assumpico thank the men wednesday for their work i just wanted to thank you because what you guys do the men and women the job a lot of people couldn't do just think astaldi don't often find out what happens to the people who call nine one one with an emergency in this case they know it had a happy ending task fantastic could've been my daughter he's got a daughter too great step china from my witness news nine minutes after seven o'clock or poll question today has to do with joe trillo independent candidate for governor he's in a fight with the town and air gannett over campaign sign at the beach now it's on property that is his buddies acknowledged that the private residential property occupied by his sister sits in zoning district designed for public land that doesn't allow any private sign so he's got this big sign up and i mean big one hundred ninety two square footer and the town of narragansett says that it violates both local zoning and a ban on political science until sixty days before an election and he's leaving it up he said until i get my day in court and his trust betrayed trust is getting waxed five hundred bucks a day until that signed comes down so he's already on the hook for forty five hundred bucks and counting should joe.

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"astaldi" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"It was time to do something different think outside of the box little bit and instead of having like i had people that come up to me after shows and tell me that some of my songs helped them through really dark times in their life whether it be like a divorce or or something awful chemotherapy or something and and they say that the songs onto my former records help them deal with those things and that really really struck a chord in me and i thought well why have one song here and there on a record when you know why don't i just have a whole record that's dedicated to helping somebody threw a struggle in life what's really really amazing i thought it'd be cool yeah how the responses from the songs been so great lot better than i thought actually i was i was i know that spaghetti western style music is very specific thing and i really wasn't expecting like i thought you know some people would really get it and love it and think it was fun but the response has been a lot better than i actually antipated it to be so it's been really nice surprise i know it's hard to fine why we liked the things that we like what do you think draws you to those sort of an acidic spaghetti westerns really interesting because it is like an aberration of an actual thing like it's not a an astaldi for an older american time it's almost a nostalgic foreign in talian idea of nostalgia of of america's so it's really it's a really interesting form right i totally agree i i love the texture of it a lot and i think musically it's really interesting what do you mean the texture of just musically like the i feel like it sort of creates a certain texture that you don't hear in most other music and it's very specific to to what that is so like for example you hear horns or you hear cast nets or you hear twangy sort of guitar bits and pedals deals and stuff like that and i know you might year certain portions of those another things the way they come together and spaghetti western is really really interesting i i associate you a very personal writer but i on this.

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"astaldi" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Remember the shining okay sorry sorry so my so no but all it is now is seen about the scene is about stop thinking that everything is going to be just a you know the exact memory that you had as a kid this isn't an style i know it seems weird like the book yes it is an astaldi contest but it's also about a guy who puts nostalgia behind him and puts his phantom behind him to do something even in the book ernie would argue with fans he'd be like you know you really have i'd say i have the author right here and he will if seen anti hall he will explain to you that you have misread his book it is not a call to be meticulous about making sure that gun dom has the right colors on his bottom of his foot in a movie gun mowing because you couldn't man because there was a lawsuit going on stop that is what is that and so the scene became about okay here's movie that we all love that completely faithless to the book and we're going to be completely faithless to that movie which i will say stevens decision to use the shining and beef to it came b once he said we presented a bunch of different movies to them we said look these are top choices you know i think road warrior was one of them and there's a couple of other ones but you remember the other one's not taught in the book you were utilizing the concepts ever gonna be wargames is in the book it's flexing and it's wargames wade has to literally doug magically go through the exact dialogue and actions to complete it and you were departing from that which i was doing what i did last action i'm sorry if i went into war games i'd wanna go and you know fine professor falk and before they got to him and i do all the things that i wrote in last action hero i wouldn't want to walk around saying all the lines you know by the way flexing only ernie knows all i don't i've seen movies i don't know all.

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"astaldi" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Joe was concerned it might it might go crazy i just looked at a nice thirty questions i think we'll be fun yes i agree ready player one i have no idea what you think about this movie i don't know what you think of it either it's rare that we we don't let it slip i to give my little cisco neighbor overview i felt the ready player one was spielberg a legend a true filmmaking legend that i think can be considered up there with your hitchcock's it's cetera is getting a little long in the tooth his movies are feeling like retreads of his other stuff and this was his attempt to kind of get back in with the youth market i think it was not entirely successful i thought there was some corny shit sort of like an movie i hate it on first fewing like the second but it felt like the entire movie was in that centre section where they go and like chris rock is there for some reason remember that name i forgot like rock was at a weird like battle botts yeah i do remember that part yeah it felt like all of that so for me the movie especially in its first half there's a great chase up front was visually spectacular at times i like some of the soundtrack choices than astaldi choices got a little old a little repetitive for me i kept thinking i wish i had seen this high i wish i had seen this in three d i have talked to friends who loved that they saw it that way i found myself as with a lot of these to our thirty minute things now maybe even longer found myself check in that time real early and often i thought there was zero personal connection to these characters the lead kid was a nothing the lead girl was nothing to me the subplot about the bill gates like character who runs the thing with simon pegg was nothing i did not care about any of these people and at the end the when they tried to make this spiel burgi and like oh aren't you moved are aren't your heartstrings pulled i was like oh they were they were.

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"astaldi" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Yeah sleep in the pool house if you do that miss france great show the you like people i think the the fresh prince is kind of like there's there's an people like it for an astaldi reasons like early nineties and we four will smith was thing and they changed and visine that was like a quirky thing that happened in the night i think it was legitimately good jets legitimately good my girlfriend got so mad at me because i basically had filled up the whole dvr q all it was was fresh prince episodes basically from every season every episode i've seen the show nineteen times i have two two sets of the dvd set the full one i've given one of my sisters and i just have one but i can't get enough now i just have one as if you're if it's somehow i feel defeated only having one like what if i watched the other one and it's how does it end what's the season the series finale the freshman season i think seven seasons it's bad i've in the ending is i just wanted to what what is the fate of all these care oh they all go to they all move out of the house that lasts episode where will tells everybody's got this great apartment these moving into with i think carlton called door to door floors and florida ceiling when i don't know it was a weird weird phrasing but anyway hillary moves to new york to start her new talk show ashley moves with her just to live in new york carlton is going to princeton and because of that.

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"astaldi" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To resume it's given russia until the end of today to explain the poisoning of a former double agent in salisbury she's told mp's it's highly likely the country's responsible for the nerve agent attack on saturday scree parent is the government will then have to decide how to respond febreeze potier is a former director of policy planning at nato he says tough sanctions and need it they used the russian money in the city and somehow the government and now was reluctant to sanction that monet and the question now is whether the british government is ready to cross that line the chancellor philip hammond is set to offer voters a glimmer of light as he delivers his first spring statement it comes in the context of a series of positive economic indicators included and expect including an expected drop in borrowing and higher growth is expected to tell mp's the uk is reaping the rewards for years of austerity astaldi claims more than seventy percent of employers will use flexible working by twenty twenty it says over eight million people in the uk is seeking alternative shift patterns and three quarters of managers think the system is currently underused john at jack's work from home for twenty years she says for it to be successful employees must be able to trust their staff don't trust them then you've got the wrong people working for you if you're working in an office you still stop and have a corporate say so what's the difference if you don't complete the work it's quite obvious you've not been working depending on your trade if you're flexible i caught say a problem often can only benefit everybody guns and roses guitarist slash is reportedly seeking a restraining order against a man who allegedly turned up at his house wanting to attend to super bowl party reports in the us suggest he's using his real name so we'll hudson for the case which will be heard later this month as claimed the man arrived at an event two weeks later claiming to be his friend whether early rain clearing to leave a mainly cloudy day with a few sunny intervals are gentle breeze across the uk online and.

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"astaldi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"astaldi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The pike westbound in is all jammed up from boston university westbound straight out past the western state police barracks then you've got heavy traffic right after 495 jim on the break their straight out to an earlier crash by 122 eastbound is very heavy and slow after the west him barracks getting up to a left lane crash after route sixteen heading north of town 495 not to grade either northbound is slow from rooted boston road and route 3 to 38 southbound's 133 straight down to route four from an earlier crash let's check out one 28 with christian ac and the mop rain turns out there the cold what what are your northbound is tied up a picture of the burlington wallet route 3 that goes up at a wakefield gets better after pay the street another slow down for lull straight of activity at what 28 southbound is still see delays down through denver's doubt outs 114 christon aca the offer a insurance crop twer 128's outbound found also very slow from winter street straight down past high linda avenue you finally see a bit of a break and then you jam up again from just before ninety five down to the split northbound is heavy from the split to 24 expressway southbound we have a left lane crash at columbia and reports of astaldi smelting swear northbound is just heavy getting into the tunnel downtown storrow inbound is back to boston university outbound is heavy and slow at kenmore next deport five fifty three two home slash recycle checking the weather for us meteorologists eric fisher is the fourday wbz accuweather up days very warm stretch has one more day to go tonight be muggy temps near sixty five areas of fog will fill back in especially in southeastern mass and near the coast tomorrow morning fog and low clouds give way to increasing sunshine warmer humid again in the mid to upper 80s inland more clouds a cooler temperatures along the south coast and the cape in the '70s there thursday a cold front will be sweeping through the morning bring a chance of downpours in far southeastern mass especially cape cod otherwise falling humidity and clearing skies in north west breeze i temps in the mid to upper 70s definitely a.

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