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"benjamin bratt" Discussed on The View
"We'll be right back with the guest. J novak online. Nothing's off limits in his boundary pushing new series. Promise and what he thinks. The chances are of the dundee middling staff going back to the tonight on. abc angel. Soy i am. I am latina. So she can out Afro latino hispanic third ban superstar an exclusive performance by benjamin bratt solo presents cortisone the medico celebrating hispanic culture at eight seven central on abc apparent bestselling writer bj. Novak played the cocky and calculating ryan howard for nine seasons on. nbc's the office and he's making a triumphant return to scripted television with his provocative new anthology series the premise which tackles the issues of our time including social justice celebrity culture and even gun violence. Take a look here. We are the ngo itself. The ground zero of the second amendment. We have a total open carry policy throughout this building. We have armed guards at the front door. There's a gun range in the basement if we believe her own hype the safest place on earth right. What's to stop madman. Someone determined in making a statement someone with nothing to lose to infiltrate this office and just shoot up the place. Think about take out the headquarters. The entire enterprise goes crumbling is welcome to the view. Bj novak could you have your life. breakdown your midlife.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"All by yourself. Everybody was you know that was always. The challenge is making sure they sound like they're having a conversation especially like in part one. That i seen with gordon and batman gordon and bruce wayne in the restaurant having cocktails and they didn't look according to weeks apart and i think it was like three weeks between those two actors working so the challenge for me is always making sure that the voices sound like they're in the same room and having a conversation getting actors divorce action like peter weller and mark valley did for the dark knight returns. What i have to deal with this things. Like you actually running through this scene peter so just having talking like this is gonna work. You're going to have to have that energy and those kinds of specifics that are maybe not indicated really clearly in the dialogue but that have to be directed to make sure it's appropriate the challenge certainly for anybody like peter weller or say mark valley. Who played superman for me. Is there so much fighting in these pieces. These guys are terrific actors. I never have to worry about that. But teaching them how to do who and make throwing a punch and receiving a punch sound different. That's the challenge. Working through hundreds of those cues to make sure it matches the picture and they were all games for but you know after three hours of doing it. They get tired. They really do and i understand it. I don't like to use a library of those sounds because it gets all kind of boring. It's the same roof every time. So you do every individual cue to picture. And there's thousands of also talking about gary anthony williams from the same film. Gary anthony williams. I've worked with on the boondocks end of the series aigdirect and he's a remarkably versatile actor. And what's a wonderful about how the is is when you watch part one it may be the second or third speaking will is a black news anchor very of thin with glasses. And that's also gary anthony williams and then he's the mutant leader as well and there as far away voice wise as you can imagine. They're just completely we would. You would never know. It's the same actor such a tribute to his versatility and go. You need this kind of forty this strength and then again i need someone who could do hours and hours of fight waller because that last seen in part one is so intense. And there's it's very interesting when you start doing to work to pick chuck that. There's things that i don't see that i need the director or bruce him the producer to point out like okay. That's a point where the mutant leader nails scrape across batmans chest. And i didn't actually see that specifically so it had to be a really good really pained sound as opposed to just a good as if he'd just been sort of hit or a glancing blow and gary. It's just stunning that stuff. So that was all great and staying on that theme casting. Michael emerson as to joker the reason i cast michael emerson as the joker is that i knew he would do that. And that's you know we all have in our heads what we think. The joker sounds like whether you were brought up with mark hamill's joker or whatever you kind of have an idea in your mind. And what a stunning actor i did. You enjoy the process and he said it was the hardest work ever did which i found fascinating because it was such a new novel thing and we recorded him. He was here in new york. I was in la and it was the first time ever recorded someone by skype. Because i wanted to watch him. I wanted him to see me because when you give direction if you can do that to an actor it helps them you do that. It helps them and watching him was fascinating and attend diego comic con. I chatted with her about j. La gods and monsters. It's kind of like taking out our conventions of our heroes and throwing him out the window sort of speak and so voice casting wise. You had to kind of like not lean on the old favorites a little bit. How did you approach this one. Well the to this. It's it's wonderful to work on a piece that is an original pins because you can just go from scratch. You don't have to deal with any of the preconceived notions of what that meant is what superman is. Because they're really different in this piece and there are two actors that i pursued for a decade. At least benjamin. Bratt and michael c hall and when this came up i thought by one more time and it just lined up. They just were available and we were able to get them and we know of course. Michael seahawk can do voice over. Because we've heard him do it for dexter for years. And then benjamin bratt just gorgeous voice and we knew that he could do the acting and so we were lucky enough to get all tamara. So wonderful i just love working with her paget our qatar any day of the week and so it was lovely to be able to bring in some people. I've worked with before but not necessarily in the same roles. I've used them for before for. Who is the hardest to get to get. Ooh that's a very good question. There was naturally. We're trying to get for years and years. His name is tom o. Penetrate yes and we got him. Because i went to a taping of criminal minds and they were doing a table. Read for the next episode and he was sitting in front of me during the table. Read it so. I got up. My name's andrea romano. We're trying to find you. And that will actually ultimately lined up thought because his canadian needed and have the right working papers that made it. Very difficult is just illegal stuff to go through. That was probably the biggest challenge as far as getting it to happen. Now how do you determine if you bring an actor. Pack who's been in previous films rather than one new there's Sometimes has to do with the art style of the peace. And so warner brothers. Home video animation in dc comics. Say to me we wanna keep the visual style the same as the last one. We did so. Will you please try to get the same actors that you had before. Sometimes that works. Sometimes they're just not available and we had a really interesting instance on this piece where We wanted chamara more to come back to freeze his role as you. I mean literally for three months the entire production period. I tried to get tomorrow. Come back and he wanted to do it. And it's a good time the first time do it and i could for cyborg and i. I just couldn't work that we had to ship and get animation going. And so i heard a wonderful actor named sean patrick thomas and he did a wonderful job. And then animation came back and we got a message that sh- amar's schedule had suddenly opened up. And did we want him to come back and we and we did they the directive to me was we wanna keep the continuity so we brought him back in the yard so it worked to picture and redid the entire film. And it wasn't because sean did anything wrong. It was just that desire for continuity so a lot of it is the request that are made of me and then a lot of it's just sheer availability. I mean production has to move forward at some point so i weighed key to a saturday. Can you do a sunday. anything us deal with. The reality took them like working with james. Be worked with him for a long time. Now we did the brave and the bold together and we did a bunch of other of these films and as with any job as you work with someone for a longer period of time you get a shorthand of dialogue and so i pretty much know what james likes and he knows what i like and what i do best and so we work well together that way and he's a really nice guy in a very talented artist and a very good producer and so it's only been a pleasure. Just a pleasure andrea romano was a very unique casting director. She literally would direct the segments of the voice and guide them to how to do a dc animated project. she's worked with many of them and really helped shape this. She was part of that initial team that got together for batman the animated series and made animation history as one of my favorite all time series in animation and probably one of the best portrayals of batman ever andrea romano. She didn't know anything about superheroes. Got a crash course since nineteen ninety two until she retired most recently. This is tony. Talaat over game changers. Thanks for lewis..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Sort of attitude you you go ahead and take that way. She's she's got another one sits of saint mary and she's talking about big. Got another league it up so get up smelling seabed to fucking neighborhood drug dealer this whole this whole movie now. What would you want them to watch this. This is the moment that the crazy cat lady here. Gotta as hooked on heroin a the something and the rest of this movie. She's not really can't woman. She's as high as above rugged tree angel dust dust. She thinks she's a cat. Your plan curtis mayfield right there. You want us to be good. Watch the movie that way. Just imagine this this woman. Just run around the city. And she's a cat and people look at her like she's crazy she's gonna end up in a middle home on institution institutional something. The as you waste have been big part of garbage. All dirty and accumulates within man tries tries too hard to make sense of her cat. Power's yeah but making this some kind of empowerment thing in all they could they try to make this so much about female empowerment here desires. This is both a blessing and a curse you will often be alone and misunderstood but you experience of freedom other women will never know bullshit freedom to act like a goddamn idiot. I'm telling you this woman got this girl. Got some shit in the rest of this story to his fluids how she acts. She's mentally ill. Because yeah because this woman you want to know why can't women are loan because when they go on dates that mike fucking weirdos dating all about shoot when you catch him saving ship benjamin brad. Even at the table right now probably just sitting there buzzer too much down to. She is gross. Me out in grows and also okay. He's a cat. she likes fish now. I guess i guess she didn't like it before. But that's no the thing is with this. Is that okay so now you know everything that she does like she. You know the school thing about cat. Woman woman is a cat burglar. Okay that's what the pun ends right. There she's not a fucking cat not a literal halle holly is. He's waiting to meet benjamin bratt if he's real. She's in the lobby acting crazy. Look like she's trip an awesome she. That's when benjamin brad would turn right around breaking off shit. I love the but you deal with junkie segments. She's a fish with this. He had like a pig shevardnadze. Gully would you be shocked if i told you. Her cat. behavior is inconsistent and no consistent but if they keep calling it on like like i said blended making it to harper. It'd be a cat we get it. She's cat-woman fuck man. You don't have to keep Keep being the dick for this mad at me. She's sleeping on shale spill. Sleaze a bed. Right right the castle sleep on beds. She thinks he's on a show. But says you'd probably in central park in a tree. Yeah just passed out. Coughing hair balls covered a but she's at home can't get fishman. Sushi wasn't enough. Oh no no regular food for minimum a cat woman. I gotta go. I gotta go by cans of tuna. Eat a strike indicate good goo nasty would do next. She goes shitting a box of sand and look seriously why not. Let's put a fucking litterbox over there. So fucking pissing. It's the fuck and grab right. Exactly then you know like hey man. At least there have a sense of humor about it. Yeah and water touches this. You're gonna go ape shit you know what i mean like benjamin. Pat shows a better apartment. Visit a box. Turds in. And he's a fucking. Oh sorry you gotta lie. It's disturbing but she's still hard so You.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Know it can stay in. My life was the first day you know. It's been twisted around so many times. You gotta start living the last day you'll be right way but the way they said it was some deep shit they said like capable missiles showed water. So but mattel you man. One of the worst things about this movie is that every character is defined by one thing maybe two if you really stretch it but by one thing all these characters all of them all of them patients best friend. She's the worst who's played. The peter grip is way more steam for mad. Tv in family. She plays sally. saturday horny. Thirsty she is like go to. Hr horn. I used still have a job. L. kevin is two thousand and four jobs sexual harassment. Bugs like like like here. Benjamin bratt who plays the character. The police off the tom loan. He comes by to ask patients out on patients. Of course being halle berry's character the woman that we wouldn't be knowing as cat woman later she comes out to say to ask patients for a date. And sal is like shit not. I got something to do with it tom. That is such a good name. Tom no comb from bone. she stopped joking at. You know what. I'm saying like the tape play with us. We're talking about me me me. Suzy's about thirty seconds. Yeah me walking down the street everybody. She looks at the hospital really. Oh it's ridiculous. I like the way she right at any almost ramming cone foam bone plus tax. So doing this would look at me tom. Woody gay man. She got an injury. Gotta entry season Hospital should hospital still trying to fuck. She's sick still trying to fuck. They'll give us some brash. It up i to meet my doctor. She's faking it anyway. He has touch me man. Whoever wrote this is like what's this about. She's horny she's warning. Whatever baxter she's horny that's all that's all you know. Yeah just as long as everything that comes out of her mouth. Let me see what you wrote yet. But it doesn't say anything about her being hornets changing. She's hungry won't change. that's not do her. She sneaks out of her room to stop doctors. Excuse me i think. I might have a fever. She looked at record the model there. I'm hot down there. The is like okay. No dude yeah. That's character horny k. Stopped talking about do the whole time. That is how one character right there. I played to comedic effect. Meant to be like bit. Benjamin bratt walks into that office and her and the gay dude in there just like this cartoon characters. Ooh who she lives in benjamin bratt. He's one not to mr bowl right here. He's just that'd be the handsome love interest and the nicest cop in the world like this this full. He is so nice that you know he just takes time off from his job. Somebody's probably taking rodney shit. But he's he takes time off from his job to go and give inspirational speeches to the kids. Some people don't choose to be bad. But i want something different for you. I want something better understand. No you can see your gun. Securities cares if up this nice guy. I don't care what the license let me you girl. She's going to be black kids around his black. You getting alpilles. Say it'd be on a little blonde white real quick notice. She's didn't answer but he was. Like if i understand. She was like. I don't know if the rest of i'm good fired. I'm gonna be ourika. Dancy she grow up to be that stand in front of the house right for appointed live protests. Look here let me let me see your real quick negroes. You've i let me let me stand my ground. Real quick on everything.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Can see tony jill. I realized that it between you lose one of those actors that plays multiple ethnicities and or has in the past and he just is a commune intercontinental looker. Or whatever you wanna call those. Yeah yeah well the guy that again blanking on the name. I'm so bad with names. Today is a whole bunch of of movies. Playing native americans He was also Here's the festival. Funny guy ant man series. Oh michael michael pain. Yep yep he's sanchez for me. But also i mean i've had people suggests benjamin bratt freddie prinze. Junior depends on how old how old joe is. Because they're roughly like three or four years apart in age that and that's the thing that that it's also it's almost like because you've been writing these for for overt well over a decade now which era of joe relooking at because obviously age happens molest one. This is the one that i feel most passionately about only because it seems like this actor would be absolutely perfect for it. Toys would be a younger have to be younger. Couldn't be like robert knepper. So robert knepper listeners. If you aren't familiar played played teabag in prison break. Lost prison break. Yes yes that's him. I just i wire. He's kind of wiry and in up to no good but sarcastic and i just always imagined him as that. That's a girl to rewatch prison break. When i my favorite actor for him is the one play the younger the foster brother in orphan black. Oh god he'd be great. I haven't haven't seen that show in a while. But i know i remember who you're talking about. I don't know his name. And and by the way there's a weird orphan black connection i was. I was done hotel. Wanted to convention. And i something my my twitter blown up because everybody said on orphan latter like i mother or from. Let me screen captures. There is an episode. Where they're going to accomplish where to hide out and our posters v wars the comic on does spied of ruined comic book and the dinosaur says. I guess you hear from and you're not here for the latest issue rotten ruin. I have no idea why the hell they did that. As a fan. that's awesome. It was shot in england to it's like holy crap so That's amazing well. We have plenty of british listeners. So they can chime in as well all right. So you mentioned you mentioned viewers. let's Let's kind of In there you. That's that's a show that you that you did develop a obviously. I'm sorry it material you did develop into a tv show. How was how was that process. Did you enjoy it. Involved were you. What was that like for you okay. Well i were started as a as a shared world thought he would write big..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That New York had been sent by the designer sister and then Scott Rogers, New York's manager, Um For Well, he left. They parted ways in 2010. He said. Um, listen, Byork. Would she didn't call out to designers. These were people who are reaching out to her. She'd already talked to him. She loved the swan dresses. He had made her two dresses, a swan and a peacock. We had no idea which one she was going to wear and before the actual, um, reward show, you know, we went to the rehearsal and they're like, Oh, this is the dress she's gonna wear. It's and all I could see was that it was the head of a swan and I was like what Is that and her people when she asked for the ostrich eggs the morning of the Oscars, they ended up going somewhere in China Tone. And got the eggs and then New York decorated them. Okay, so funny, and she wanted to just lay eggs as she went down the red carpet, But the security people kept picking them up. Okay, That's just so funny. And they tried, um to play dumb like her people like they didn't know those eggs earned from her. They're like, we don't know what you're talking about. And Michael Caulfield photographer for the S. So you know they got the big press bank, he said. I will never forget that moment when she walked up the red carpet. I wasn't sure is. It's a political saving as she promoting a movie. After she passed there wasn't a single photographer who talked about anything else neither granted who works for wire image. Still, that was his first year on a red carpet at the Oscars. He said. People were just staring at her. I think we were all and everyone was frozen. It was like so motion and I remember Julia Roberts won best actress. See that year and I just remember thinking, Wow. New York is actually getting more from these photographers than Julia when they're walking on the red carpet, and they're taking more than vintage Valentino with the diamonds all the way down. The front was with Benjamin Bratt. But the pictures I'm looking at 2000 and photos and this guy from the stories say press that there are two iconic red carpet dresses that I photographed in 25 years that I will never forget. When Jennifer Lopez were the green dress of the Grammys in 2000 and New York, someone dress, he said that back then people were wearing like Calvin Klein. Now when I think about wearing a swan dress, it's like wearing an Andy Warhol. And, um Anyway. You know when people parody did and every you know Kevin James did it when he hosted some show Alan, too generous, did a parody of it at the Emmys, and it became a Punch line. It was smooth and white chicks, Hannah Montana and elsewhere. But she did not care when she was in L. A. She posed for the cover of her album, Vespertine, which she felt was inspired by this one in the same dress, and she later told the interview. Magazine. I don't know why I'm obsessed with Swan's, but they're very romantic and monogamous. And right now it's one seemed to just stand for a lot of things that I love, and she later auctioned her that just four Oxfam can, but the designer still has a version and it has been exhibited at MoMA and the Metropolitan And, um, it is, Valerie Steele said. It is perhaps the most famous dress that was ever worn on the red carpet around that time. 2001 is when actors have started being Hyper careful and the red carpet became about everyone being on brand and on message, and there was starting to be very little wild creativity. And when you look at pictures of New York it's cool. It's funny. It's weird. It's wonderful people mocked up. We're starting to see the fabulous is fabulousness of it. Now it's the eighth most iconic dress ever worn to the Oscars, and she looked so cute and he looked so cute Styling her Bangles cute, so cute. With their hair is perfect and you could tell she was having fun. And I love the image of her laying down ostrich eggs and her people trying to pretend they knew nothing about it as security was collecting them. So I want to hear what the other seven are Julie. Maybe I don't know what they are, but I didn't get up. It's a timeshare. I'm sure there's a probably a share in there, but I'm looking at just that year alone. Jennifer Lopez is wearing something that's amazing. With no bra and Sharon see through and there's a picture of this man just staring at a booth. Yeah. Wasn't that the word? It looked like she had her nipples on? Yeah. But she didn't They were her own case. And Kate Hudson was wearing granny here. The curly granny here with Granny Miss. It was tragic, Tragic, tragic Look, tragedy was the last time that we saw Nicole Kidman wearing that mustard with some yellow suit dress with the embroidery on it. That was so setting with Tom Cruise and coward over him. All right. So there we go. A little fashion vintage scandal, Another lorry and Julia moment.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Good morning. The first health care workers across this country are getting vaccinated, but it is not going to change the crush of covert 19 patients that they're going to be dealing with this holiday season. It's morning edition from NPR News. Wait. Check in with an ICU doctrine. Houston has worked 272 days in a row. I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin. NPR finds that at least 120 charitable foundations took pandemic relief funds from the government. After more than 19 years, the U. S is pulling almost all its troops out of Afghanistan. MPR's DEA indeed has just returned from Kabul and new research out of Kenya shows that young kids are better off if they have an older sister in their life. It's Wednesday, December 16th actor Benjamin Bratt is 57 years old news is next. Life from NPR News on Korver Coleman, California Governor Gavin Newsom is warning his state faces the most difficult surge yet of the pandemic. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports. Some California hospitals are running out of intensive care unit beds and nurses to staff them. With ICU beds filling up Governor Newsome says Hospital staffing is the number one challenge. The state has requested federal help, including 200 Department of Defense Medical workers and is again asking retired healthcare workers to consider returning. Hospitalizations from covert 19 have recently shot up nearly 70% in the daily death rate is steadily climbing as well. 163 people we've lost on average every single day 142 yesterday. Compare the seven day average one month ago. 41. Here's some calls. The start of vaccine distribution the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, but underscores that the nation's most populous state is still very much in the tunnel. Requester Veldt. NPR NEWS President elect Joe Biden is expected to introduce former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete but a judge today as his pick for transportation secretary, but a judge was also a contender for the Democratic presidential nomination. NPR's learned Biden plans to nominate former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm is energy secretary and he'll pick former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy. As his White House climate coordinator. Biden campaigned in Atlanta Tuesday for two Democrats. They're running for George's to U. S. Senate seats in the States runoff election in January. I need two senators from this state. Want to get something done not to senators, or just going to get in the way. Because look Getting nothing done just hurts Georgia. Look what's happening right now. In the Congress, lawmakers are still negotiating a fresh coronavirus relief package, but there's no deal yet. Winners of the Georgia Senate races will help determine which party controls the U S Senate next year. President Trump still falsely says that he won the U. S election. That's not true, but NPR's Giles Nighter, reports A Senate committee will take up unfounded claims of election fraud today in a hearing on Capitol Hill. Panel's chairman, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson has joined other Republicans were acknowledging Joe Biden's victory. He's told several media outlets that he accepts it, Biden won and that he believes the election was legitimate. Johnson said he's moving forward with the hearing because there are unanswered questions. Witnesses include former independent counsel Kenneth Starr, and it was constant attorney who was involved in the Trump campaign's failed legal efforts in that state. Democrats are planning to call Chris Crabs, the top government cyber security official, who was fired for defending the elections Integrity. Last week, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called on Republicans to cancel the hearing. Kyle Snyder. NPR news And you're.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
"Jason myers. Is it psycho. You a There would be stranger things Do do rene created a new limited series. Called the mx faced on the dc comics series. Is it hasn't been picked up. Yes yes Yeah it's been picked up is set to Things start filming that. Believe this upcoming year and Rosario dawson is also going to be Part has a part in it is one of the leads as well as benjamin bratt and Yes so that's a limited series going to be on. Hbo max i show that does she's going to be producing over there and It was a it was a dc comic. That was that a very disturbing story is you can imagine something called the x. Which is four demilitarized zone and Basically where america has had a civil bitter civil war and you know kind of close to life but but but basically chronicles Dawson's character trying to rescue her Son she lost whenever they were trying to evacuate york city at the beginning of the conflict. Rosario rosario rosario will see she's gonna be soka in a few episodes mandalorian so we'll see if if she falls retains in favor with the public or falls out of favor public. I know there's been so much debate about her casting announcement yeah. She can't as long as she doesn't do crazy things on social media of then she should be okay Even do her name. Like i should at this time. She's she's very similar to shonda. Rhimes glenis lady sleep never. She's like cranking out constant. She's got like your dylan net. Flex know she's got hbo and she's got another project as she was going to be working. T- Is she trying to rival the rock as far as on the production side. Yeah yeah she is doesn't announce something in two thousand fourteen takes until two thousand twenty one to start filming. She'll be fine man Speaking about other crazy directors producers those who can do it all karen winter leaves. The has left the upcoming batman movie. Hbo spinoff over creative differences. of course. of course yeah. It's a felt for you. You know what i was like. Okay should up anything about the batman on the thing but just to drive the knife little harder and poor sarah about heart about the movie itself out to twenty twenty two and then like we gotta elitist acknowledged as That creative differences have led for him to leave the project. So the so. I'm not upset about that. Because i'm not..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on KGO 810
"Albert. This is the biggest group out there. Speech, right? That's right. That's palsy. They compiled a song together, They collaborated. That's the world Very cool with a K pop tomorrow. No kidding to elite has got Oh, that's gonna be great. Thank you. Um, you can reach us all the time. 24 hours a day, Of course, But you know, we can't respond You except during the show, but you can call us anytime for 15 80 88 10 year old just texted at that same number. And from the 415, it is pointed out. Julia Roberts was married to Benjamin Bratt. From San Francisco. Oh, I didn't realize that I thought it was What's his name? Whoever I say 11 30 93. They got married, right? Well, then what about Benjamin Bratt? Googling? What is the story on that This person says I know she was involved with Benjamin. Brad. I think you're right that they get married, too. I like somebody's just ready to get married guy making date. But let's just go ahead. And according to Wikipedia, it's just Lyle Lovett and Daniel Motor current. Oh, yeah. There you go. Who else has she been involved with? Yeah, she was involved with Benjamin Bratt as well. They met at a restaurant in 1997. Nice qualities Cheaper and better. Well, okay, odd way to put it, But I understand, um This is just curious and concerned. Where's Kim? Haven't heard her voice This Kim isn't normally on this show, Kim McAllister. Ah, that she's been on this week. Yeah, She was just on yesterday. Yeah. I think it's probably because you had a bonus half hour..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Benjamin Bratt from independent lands it was shown on PBS I want to run a clip from that film but first alert us to set it up I wonder if you could explain are you well she said weather I mean it's exactly what you're talking about now where that term came from what it means how it came to be it's a very strong the same because it means that the collective I can and in the collective weekend in Spanish it means both things and membership to save some of these if I can in fact my my young son the Ricky Madison he says mom you're not a I come here and I can insult you have the means that I can't it also means we can working together I think that's why it's it's a powerful slogan and it actually happened in Arizona and his season of janitorial he was in the middle of a twenty five day water only fast and I was trying to get some of our professionals like deals to come support Cesar there was a lot of lot of fear there is a lot and they said to me well you can't do there's ana in California you can do all those things but in Arizona no se puede no you can't in my response to that list yes we can you know see exactly and that that's where it came from so I thinking panicking from the universe so that's where it started in Arizona in nineteen seventy two why was Caesar on a twenty five day all water fast what was what led to the fast I've seen because they have passed along Arizona that if anybody still went on strike they can go to prison if anybody said that well god boy welcome to strike with him and if anybody said boy kind of tried to boycott anything that they could also go to prison and that in the long list of eventually that's all not by the Arizona Supreme Court but at that time they passed that law in season was protesting and actually this class was about a cake in the fear taking the fear out of the heart of the growers so that they wouldn't be afraid of the farm workers in the David S. C. farm workers as as our partners and a lot of luck too because once also purposes first one was for non violence which he didn't delete all and in nineteen sixty eight the one that was on there in nineteen seventy two a was as I mentioned so that people would not be afraid of each other and then the last one that he did his thirty six day France was against pesticides India to make our food safe in those with these three pass as we celebrated Jesus birthday yesterday remember well let's take a moment and let's go to a clip since this is the moment at the ceremony I will add this Dolores received the national medal of honor the same year as Bob Dylan is that right well actually medal of freedom medal of freedom my apologies medal of freedom and Alice he received the medal of arts and humanities the Sameer amongst others as Stephen King out along with a roster of others anyway just to markets in time let's see that clip I was gonna say that actually the other person Toni Morrison we see that when I did Bob Dylan and the granddaughter of great great granddaughter of Juliette low the founder of the girl scouts okay and I want to throw that in because I was a girl scout for ten years of my life from the time I was eight to the time I was eighteen okay let's roll when people in Arizona said they told me long dollars discipline that you can't do this in Arizona only in California my response to them was seized up with a hers was the rallying cry that would later come to define the presidential campaign of candidate for Rocco bomber yes we care yes we can it the way that the lotus will came up with the slogan si se puede and we all it should be at that too says that Chavez even for.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Bad Boys
"Put the ad out for any act isn't the only one that turned up. I think who else have you? Who've you acted with affected with James Franco Benjamin Bratt right a couple of big names there? Joseph Fines Sam Worthington Same Worthington. I knew same very very well until he got famous. Well just let me make my shorts. Same come back brush. Fire did I've had a few brushes with the media will go ahead number over the years and I would like very unfortunate process so they was one that happened. I believe when you're in Amadeo year. Look that was quite a long time ago back in nineteen ninety eight but I think what till only that story for another shark because it serve very interesting story that one of mistaken identity. It wasn't my fault but as a young twenty people say it wasn't my phone my whole prison system. No I didn't Killa but no I've had I guess that's a really interesting story but you know what I tried to outsmart the media. Yeah but these people they look like buddy hound dogs so when are waiting to what am I lost brushes? The whole media are waiting to call it and you go in and see the cameras conquering they bought the journalists going so they go and it was just a mentioned hearing something and then you leave rice back downstairs to get ahead of you so that when you come out there ready to rock and roll on you again so when Fuck Him. I'm GonNa stay upstairs and I did. I stayed up says the dead. We're GONNA stay up. He and weed out outsmart them well. We grabbed a cup of coffee and a couple of biscuits and we waited well. I'll tell you we were up there for about two hours and we looked down. He's still there this waiting for me to come out eventually. One of the reporters came up out of the elevator looked shocked. Does they always shocked? She was dead. She walked every chance. Darren we.
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I would absolutely go go got in for the record. I would be that's my I can't handle. I'm very competitive person and yeah, yeah. Big surprise to. I always competitive I cannot stand having an away over my head. I can't stand not finishing. I like that drive drive within me with whatever I do. And so I can't stand you know if I see a record there at the top gun for that. So, yeah. Serious jeopardy, although who wants to be millionaire, that was fun, the dealer, no deal really didn't revolve involve any skill like you were going to win money. Now, you just had to kind of gauge at what point who was a better bet to take the bankers money or playing for it, so that, that's one that I really, I don't really care for. You know, I know it's going to it's going to win this poll and justified prices rightous. Oh, yeah. But the probably the price is right, those prizes, you get you got to pay sales tax. Oh, yeah. Bites into your bites in your cut. You know, you gotta pay money coming. You, you get something for nothing. But you don't get something for nothing yet pay card. You didn't win very much money our pocket car, but yeah, you know what you got something for nothing. I guess why does created an errand for me? Sell this thing. Ben is here. Yeah. Gave me this Yukon Denali in chaotic just turn around. Now, I've got to sell it. As sales tax on the twenty thousand dollars. I'm going to get right. I mean, it it's a it's a free car. What is the game show host? I just. Yeah. To me as create a hassle. Now, I've got to figure out sell this thing and get the money for it and, and take the taxes on. It is easier to pick my winnings. Be family feuds mine. I like family, but you had to give you the money. About the money. It's about the game. Okay. I like the game here sportsman. Yeah. And it's and it's it's a team effort rights. You're all working together, and then I don't know. I, I like the whole get inside the mind of the masses what we do for a living. So there's a little bit of like, hey, what gives me survey? Two hundred people. Yeah. Top on the board. Yeah. Love that. And yeah, man, I, I don't know that I always like the price is right. Is near dear to my heart. So question about I, I watch the price is right in college. All like all college students I think my sentence was actually come on down to the studio because my grandma used to watch it. Yeah. I think that was my first phrase, if I remember correctly kid. Yeah. Baby. Come on down come onto. It was knowing. I heard it was mock. Tamaki twangy. I heard your voice there. From Arkansas down. Arkansas till I was like thirteen I have no idea how early babies have twang down there. Even move to. I was born in St Louis. Removed Arkansas thirteen. I'll tell you gonna have great time on ran it words and Benjamin Bratt showed that he said, maybe maybe the voice that you hear in your head. When I speak words, like yeah. Yeah, it's, it's a TA he would. It's like I just I picturing baby bit Albright. Come on down stayed. Graham first words, sewer with a twang. Live in the south until I was willing to Toews of into my teens. I still learning the time line of been Albright. Because like, you know, people who know me now, they consider me from the south and I kind of claim that 'cause it's been on air, but, you know, when I was there, they actually considered me anti. Wow. So, you know, it's funny how that works out that was northern to them. But some of the responses on this poll are so freaking good and bringing up some great memories of some really great game shows now a lot of the game shows, like card sharks, for example, there exist anymore. So I don't know we didn't specify on this poll. To be on a game show that currently airs, by the way, Eric Lambert. Got an answer to my question from the show prep before the show. Remember the game they put you in the video game. It was Nick arcade, now I never watched that. Go. I don't think my parents were selective on what they let me watch Nickelodeon wasn't as Nickelodeon. Right. Yes, I'm not even sure are. No, even had Nickelodeon down in L, E V. So no one of those things I went to grandma's, and we were just like binge binge because we didn't own a TV. Yeah. We I remember watching we tried to watch MTV, but MTV by the time that I was old enough to watch it was like, you know, real world. And all that my parents hated those shows now we're not interested in let me watch terrible shows. They were. But I mean there were a bunch of teenagers doing, like not a pro age appropriate things right for my so, like, like teenage twentysomethings living, the house doing debaucherous things, and then my parents will come in and watch like, what the hell are you what is this, with the religious, parents know? That's the funny thing is like they're not just. Yeah, they, they just but it was one of the things my parents actually want to get them in trouble for this because, you know there might be tied. If you listen. Yeah, they were actually much more. Okay. With watching agent appropriate things as far as movies, go. Like I watched with my mom, I watched all the JAMES BOND movies, diehards. Age appropriate for any. Diehard is rated R right now. So what I watched a lot of that Yippie KAI. Ryan. We're often really we're gonna have Trevor sick from the draft network. Joining us a what did he think about the Broncos draft how how much of a diva is been Albright when they were out Nashville together with the draft network, and you dressed up for that, like, you're, you're, you're in uniform, the black shirt. Right. Not him. But yes medium. It's like you're trying to show off your peacocking here. I've been been on the new slimmed-down already his thirst for two and a half days show, it off a peacock. You let me fly Ryan. Okay. 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"benjamin bratt" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"And and then as far as quotable movies go and also movies that I went to go, see and learned all of the quotes from. So that I could use them on girls. And it never worked in high school were while you were sleeping you've got. Now. What? So on my list every Christmas and thirteen going on thirty sweet home, Alabama was also on my list. So that's my list. You know, what none of us? Put our missed the Princess bride. Well, I put it at the beginning. We just decided that the Princess bride. It was the greatest. All right. All right. Thank you for saying. So many of the movies that I had on. So I felt less sad about not saying them. But a lot of those movies like. I would go see and then like being an idiot. I'd be like who will it worked in the movies? Maybe I should try this line on this girl and see if she my movie quote knowledge will impress her yet did never didn't for impress her. So as miss Congeniality rom com. No. Because there's no there is the Benjamin Bratt, I know. But I. Out them falling in love is it. No, it's just a side plot. So that would fall into the mean girls, it's a side plot every. Every episode from now is just gonna be meet every once in a while going is this a rom com. What is this one is this off? Sending in the group. Text is this around com. All right. Well, while you thinking about what what movies are what Ron calms, let's wrap some things up here. So thank you for listening about the wrong calms, we have a competition going on right now. It's actually it's actually being it's being pretty well received for something that I through together on the spur of omen. So if you over to phantom podcast dot com slash greatest. We have a whole bracket system..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"And we have to touch on the fact that we have a meek Hugh with hunky Benjamin Bratt where she is chasing a cat outside of a building almost falls to her death. But luckily, Benjamin Poprad breaks. I can't say that many been bred breaks into her apartment and saves her second, and it's really great. That's all I have to say. And this shows the bond the burgeoning bond. Benjamin Bratt between the burgeoning bond that. Haitians has with cats that she is so willing to go out say a cat by dangling from a building stands on top of the AC unit. Crouches that's. You know, I don't know that's dangerous as you can get and York City. Stay. Stay. Ronnie Chang's like more, you know, never stand AC unit. America. I've never seen a east union. Don't stand on that. It's not going to support your weight. I know you gotta find that cat. But once you have a little more patients. Name and all by what Bridgman brats if his character's names, easiest Said's Tom loan. I think is alone a normal name. So yes. So she's chasing this cat. This is a cat that she saw bitten Mr. the appeals and discipline keeps like California sees it briefly. When her neighbors keep her up at late at night by blasting who boosting. Yes. Did you watch you watch this? I'm sure they're contractually obligated to mention that. It's. I had that in their rider. I guess that. And then this cat teleporting nightcrawlers. Outside on the motorcycle will MS into house women's on the tempting to commit suicide. It's not a normal kid can't in and then flash forward to the mysterious late night delivery, you were talking about. But boy interrupted you sorry. Yeah. She was going to deliver something and she goes down into the research and development lab and over. Here's that this new beauty product has horrible side effects. No, it's scars people's faces. But that's the opposite of what it should be doing. And Sharon Stone. I don't care if you keep using if you keep using the cosmetic cream, it doesn't do any of this too. So let's just ship it out, which seems ridiculous. I mean, it's like no matter how evil Sharon Stone is supposed to be as this has medics magnate. Like, you would think that be like, okay, we're going to get sued. You know, like. That if she's like driven by money, right? That's the idea behind this is that well, she's also driven by like not wanting to age Jared stone, like her she used to be the face of this cosmetics company, and she's been replaced by younger people because the world is cruel to women. That's what they're trying to say with okay. Yeah. If it's a joke truth. Motivations are very unclear now that you mentioned I don't what trumping money or was she trying to. I mean, if she wants to beautiful she cute for a self. I don't know. What's true? Maybe she won't..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"That's the winter. Absolutely. I'm sorry. People introduction have ultimate green light power in Hollywood. Oh, yeah. That's well when people find out that I agent at Bruce Campbell's book. Yeah. Let's not second. Guess this guy? Again, what was the what was the whitest this film everyone? So why does this film ever went was six hundred twenty three theatres it made a total of five point eight million dollars. Yeah. So obviously, it did not make the budget back. Did not cross. Oh, no didn't crossover. Just weird thing about Disney making a film like that crazy to think about touchstone back in the day. Yeah. The the weekend September thirtieth was it opened the New York. Phil kessel. Just came at multi. Yeah. It opened onto screens this weekend. So it's not in the top five. So you're number one movie is a movie that I truly appreciate and love. It is a kind of like a white knuckle thriller slash domestic drama starring an Oscar winning person. A lady or gently is trying not to give you leave river while because I knew if I said lady, you would just feeling it was ten points Benjamin Bratt guess brat bacon. Str- Theran thin. It's got what a cast. I just handsome pixel is love winstrom stands above the title. What a good name to put a title. Do. We is it Strahan. Say that name is fun to read fun to say, I have a great time. Every time I say strip, they're fun fun to watch fun towing a real actors act actors actor actor loves for sure who wouldn't royalties Theriot of them. All now. Number two at the box office was number one. The previous two weeks is a sci-fi actioner. Wow. That I enjoy. Ninety s marginal Lia, did it get any sequels. It must have it. Didn't get any like theater. It's become big franchise. There must be some straight to VOD. Like, I don't know. Maybe not intended for scifi based on the comic book. I believe. From director that we've covered one of his movies. We've covered one of the directors movies. There was directed TV DVD sequel starring Jason Scott Lee with the subtitle Berlin decision, and you've added you'd be so bad at it bad at this job tank Earls. It is no remains the highest grossing film for this actor who is like ninety star and was on Amazon at one point L O. It's a Trump Claude van Damme film. That's true. Oh, I know it. But is it time cop? That's right. I would be very bad at the. Time cop and Peter Himes. Of course, directed running scared running scared. Yes, now number three is a film. I did not know of so time Cup in the theater. Also, the Chelsea the Chelsea Tom bad brunt, silver, not bad on silver night. That's a big silver. Yeah. So this was bowled back. This is a film. I've never heard of apparently it is an erotic drama dairy hitched right idea right at African American audiences. Roddick draw pitch bright at African Americans. Are you being sarcastic? Really? I am not being sarcastic. It was a Gramercy picture, which I think was an old universal label. Yeah. Starring Jada Pinkett came Woodbine, Allen pain. I've never heard of this movie. It was fairly well received. It came out it bay twenty million dollars. He would buy another name that is to say on electric to watch onscreen. I love him. This was like well received. I've never heard of it. I don't think I have any really listen here by my twenty third year on earth hot prime high leave. I should've known this. I was I didn't have children. Living at the Chelsea theater. Does that help? Just sort of amazing to think of studios like bothering to make all kinds of movies back then. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Called Jason's lyric. Do not tight. Rose. But I knew that tight. Yeah. So there you go number four is the best picture winner of nineteen ninety four four scum. Yes. Going strong still going strong in his thirteenth week. It's two hundred and sixty nine million dollars. My sister Romley watched that for the first time and a very recently. It was like what the fuck is. That thing it is one of. I can't explain it. But everyone was crazy. Four quadrant blockbuster. You watch it now..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"I'm like, okay. You're right is Lennie Briscoe standing there. So TV I've never seen an episode of that. So I guess we're even. Yeah. The show you've never seen an episode of the ten thousand episodes of law and order now. Oh, you're missing out, Chris noth, and what was Prisco's name Jerry Orbach, those two. Yeah. Benjamin Bratt was a close second to the Chris. No, Jerry Orbach thing. And then it just keeps going on like they were so good at all of them were just a mania. But yeah, a lot of stuff took place in central park. So I feel like I've been there. Here's what you do Minh. Next time. We go to New York. I know that we typically stay downtown stay up by the park. Well, let's just like get out in it. I've developed a taste for the Upper West side. But but but not the park. Right. You're so close I will go out. I'll take a hillock up. Out of my way, I like Lower East Side and Upper West side of my two favorites in New York Hatton. Interesting. Yeah. What you like lower side. I like it. All man. Oh, I mean, my very favorite part of New York York's the west village for shows. Nice. But I like the recited like it in the east village, still grungy. Is there such a thing as the lower west side Wall Street now like well? I mean, Wall Street's all the way down, but I would say like. I mean, I don't think it's called the lower west side. But like the meatpacking district. Okay. Yeah. Like like the high line. That's probably lower west side. Really great. Art galleries in the meat pack. Yeah. Oh, man play. When I first started going, New York that was when it was still shady of there, and like you would walk through like blocks and blocks of industrial meatpacking plants to get to the one bar that was opened the known art of Giuliani came in different clean, the place up. Well, just thank God for him. Right. So the design of central park greensward. Oh, yeah. Like if so much information to go right now should this two parter. I don't know let me ask you has our podcast gotten more conversational. This question aside. Hesitant. I don't know. Okay. I think we've always been conversational. Yeah. But I mean like, this seems like a pinnacle of conversation all let me say this. I think episodes one through four fifty or less conversations than four fifty through twelve hundred. Okay. But what about what about twelve hundred on? I don't know. All right. The greensward plan. If you didn't know anything about central park, you may be under the misconception that they just sort of squared it off in rake some things around and and it was like there's the park, right? And like, let's just protect the screen space. But it was highly highly highly designed, oh, yeah. And apparently, they used as much explosives as would later be used at the battle of Gettysburg supposedly more to blast away rock and move that rock can remember the glacier that moved all that down. That's a big problem when you're trying to build a park. Like planted hundreds of thousands of trees swamps that they couldn't drain they build in further to build like. Yeah. So it was and I don't think anyone really thinks that like, oh, they just walled it up and said now we have a park. But I don't think I even realized how highly it was designed, and which is probably a testament to their design because when you walk around your dislike it all fits, right? That's I mean, that's the thing. Like, they're they went to a lot of trouble to make it look so naturalistic that you just assume that that's what the land always look for and central park is actually highly managed highly designed Greenspace yet exists in rectangle that when you're in the center of it from my from what I've seen in order. You can't tell that. You're you're like in the middle of the city and that like, the the the roads, none of them are straight. They're all meant to curve. There's meadows that kind of like..
"benjamin bratt" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Care less. What is this father-in-law's name? I don't know. But you'll find out and you'll look into it because nobody knows what's going on over there. I know it's Shusterman. Everybody knows Shusterman indicated St. L O care business because he had a lotta yellow cabs. Sean Michael Cohen had a lot of medallions yellow cabs. In fact, most of that business ended up being owned when you had massive numbers of medallions either by Ukrainian show, Russians, and let's face it back, then it was worth a lot of money when a medallion would sometimes fetch close to a million dollars. Then when all burn lift in other app, services, invaded and broke the monopoly. Boy now, you can almost give them a down. What is the point though of the president of the United States who has followers as did previous presidents, Democrats minute, Republicans, whatever that are very let's just say, they're very passionate. Why is he bringing up the father-in-law that Louis swing other than to intimidate he'll and he knows Shusterman because he was doing business with Shusterman Shusterman was from the Ukraine immigrant got hit with a tax fraud charge along with others, but didn't do time. He I think he did like six months of house arrest. But Shusterman introduced Michael Cohen, his son-in-law the Trump. Okay, while they were doing a business deal. In fact, I think Shusterman had three Trump world tower apartments for himself and family members. So they knew one another quite well. So actually in this case, the president knows where Shusterman's bones buried in who buried them. But would you consider that a threat? I think you need. To know about as well. Well, I mean, unless there's there's other there's other stuff percolating behind the scenes unless there is some sort of. What? Yeah. Volunteers Trump talked about the L Koreb, which is used to be owned. The silent ONA was little knickknack Harajuku a restaurant. What is this the catering hall? She'd Rosenberg lived for a while. We'll everybody at the L Korean Russian mob says Italian mob says, but they had this guy. His name was Morten Levin, a doctor legitimate doctor. He was the front man he owned it. He also owned the property where Russian organized crime had their biggest headquarters in Brighton Beach. But he was the front guy and guess who also had part ownership in the L Koreb Michael cone, then when Trump became president Michael Kohn sold his shares because of the mob connection. Yeah. I telling you know, I don't know if you can trust everything Michael Cohen. I don't think you can. But I also think that he wants to be as safe as possible, and he also doesn't want to go to jail forever. So. Yeah. I mean, it's he motivated to give up everything he knows. It sounds like yes. I mean, that's the problem. It's the same thing with people with with snitch is do you believe people who are in jail already? Do you believe what they say? I mean, this is what this is what convicts a lot. Cole. Michael Cohen, Iraq, schnitzer's, get stitches up in ditches. Say that the president did shit. I don't see the threat. Can we go to the phones? One eight hundred eight four eight WABC. Let's go to Danny and Long Island. Welcome the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here. Danny good afternoon. I always enjoy. Julia breathlessly reporting the other the next bombshell report that's one of a series of eighteen months almost two years. Now Curtis every day and other grip. There was nothing to legal about the tire thing about building a tower in Moscow. No, of course, not completely illegally was even completely illegal from the dual volley was being considered for president. Whether he's different story. The only thing if we told him to lie. Yes. That could be issue. Again, all of this is not this has nothing to do with washing colluded. If you really want to be breathless reporting, the story CNBC with China just said, we're we blinked against Trump, and we will buy enough stuff from you in the next six years to bring the trade deficit zero and the stock market up five hundred points and hundreds of thousands of Americans. You sound breathless see you. You're breathless to in your report, we just let your reporting back. Well. So I guess I'm I'm just crazy because I'm reporting a story that is topping every single newscast. Look. Trump, dan. Christ Trump reporting on when you have to say to yourself. Why does talk about this Trumpy dealing with Shusterman? Why would Michael Kohn have had ownership Koreb? How did Trump get messed up with these people ten years ago twenty years ago? This story would never have surfaced with an unnamed source. You know that I know this is twenty four hour seven media. But there's a lot of concern that he has some sort. He's playing the Patsy for. For the country, the people, you know, what I love. I love is. Juliet, Juliet, yearly your pre Madonna. Who's is? No, there are a lot of people who are concerned about this. And by the way, Bob or whatever your name was I'm middle of the road. I just because I don't like Donald Trump doesn't mean that I'm some leftist. I hope you understand that democracy doesn't work that. But let's listen to Trump himself. Most people did not know about the father in law. I happen to know. 'cause you know, it's all synergistic with Russian and Ukrainian mobsters in Brooklyn, the president this up. Did you need to listen to what he said last Saturday when he was like going crazy on Fox News shadow for twenty minutes on the phone. He should give information may be on his father in law because that's the one that people wanna look at because where does that money that's the money family? And I guess he didn't wanna talk about his fatherly tried to get his sentence. Reduced. So it's pretty sad week at is very sad to watch it thing that I couldn't care less. What is this father-in-law's name? I don't know. But you'll find out and you'll look into it because nobody knows what's going on over there. Okay. Now, you see how the president is his own. Worst enemy introduces this idea that I and maybe a small handful of people knew about this guy. Shusterman Jeannine Pierrot do the right thing. Ashwell what's the name of the father in law? He he knows that. And he he was business. Why would he not say the name then? I don't know. It's the whole thing. Shusterman said, hey, you need a journey Trump. You should try my son-in-law. He's good. Michael Kony's, good. That's how the match was made up. Nobody knew this story until the president opened up Pandora's box that they do know the story because there are documentaries on Trump and his rise to power, and there's all sorts of little blurbs and blabs during these these documentaries that talks about, you know, just obviously dealing with the, you know, the unions and things like that through our election, and nobody knew this partner specific things. So he brings it up. And then of course, he ties itself to directly to the mob. You may have remembered Juliet when Michael Cohen was I being fingered. I'd say it all starts with the yellow and values you remember that. Remember, christy? I said it starts with yellow taxi medallions because that's a crooked industry. And now that you understand this does not make Trump guilty. But it indicates how he met because everybody always wants to know. How did he meet Michael Cohen? Yeah. Of all the lawyers that Trump could have had his fixer his confidante like Benjamin Braff men. We know Benjamin Braff men. The big story is Harvey Weinstein. You same here done. We know Benjamin Bratt bait lawyer, we understand why there would be an arrangement there people always wanted to know how did you end up Donald Trump or Michael Cohen? It was because of the father-in-law Shusterman say, you gotta try my son in law. He's a really good lawyer. So in other words, so he's indicting the father-in-law essentially, but he he he indicts himself when? His tentacles Justice more tool. The she must have been connection, which he leaves the Saint. And again, this is important to point out despite the man who called earlier saying that I'm breathless reporting. That's the fact is that this BuzzFeed report has not been confirmed. Buzzfeed does lean to the left? There's no question about that. Being there like. No, it's it's very it's possible that this is just false information. I follow you, right. When he passed the monsters. Ukrainian, lobster should tell tapped in. I mean, honestly, it's true. No joke. Did I not explain everybody who shoots them in? Please follow me don't follow BuzzFeed one eight hundred eight four WABC..