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"bianca jagger" Discussed on Planet Money
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"bianca jagger" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And she had done the photo session for Richard Avedon in the dress. And nobody paid that much attention. It was in vogue, and it was black and white, and all of a sudden and so we send her off. I with her to, to the met ball in both of us real looking pretty good. We were young and whatever, and people were like, oh, oh, visit photographers all of a sudden appeared just if somebody has if they if they're trying to visualize what we're talking about. It's a nude colored. But also there's quite a bit. That's visible very sheer dress, right? All beaded. And then with little little feathers vulture feathers. Everybody thinks they're all mulcher feathers stripped, vulture. And so was that address that you were particularly or not drilling is one that I did that I wanted to, to make a little bit of noise? When we when we invoke bags, Zine vote magazine layout, was interesting. It started at turn of the century and worked its way up through the through the decades to the nineteen I wasn't nineteen seventies, I guess, you know is futuristic what? Ever. Anyway, anyway, she wa-. She is what he what do you think we should wear to the to the metropolitan? And she's all my wanna wear that new dress. Well, of course it was new. It was, it was so see-through and all these kind of divas of a moment. Ribeiro. Dressed up. But not that good. Bianca jagger. Orissa Berenson's in all these ladies that were that moment in time, they were the Hutsi dot CS, and we sat down freelance table, and she had poet guarded forties movies there. And and I just had the best time that night. And of course, I had stuff in the exhibit and she got photographed by million. I mean, share every, every photographer there when omega now we can really do something. And it was in every paper the next day..
"bianca jagger" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Clover. It's gonna be an overcast day today, generally dry. But some of you could see a shower this afternoon. A high sixty one tonight, mostly cloudy, some light isolated showers are possible. Low fifty nine tomorrow. It's really steamy. Partly cloudy afternoon thunderstorms are possible. High eighty five degrees right now, we have fifty four across the board in long Portwood and at the acme in Clifton heights. Sponsored by acme. Download the acme at for awards on groceries and gas just for you. We are heading up to sixty one degrees today. It's six fifty four. KYW? Sponsored by national appliance warehouse. May first nineteen seventy six the Bellamy brothers a top of the singles chart with this. Let your love flow. In nineteen seventy eight. Bianca Jagger filing for divorce from Mick Jagger. They had been married seven. May I nineteen Eighty-one the nationwide release of the horror movie wanna scare the thirteen heart to give it to you straight about chase. It was the first to feature the mute slasher Jason his body was never recovered from the lake after as the villain. Listen to the old times in town still out. In nineteen ninety four one two six seven fun the action movie, no escape was number one at the weekend box wanted to get off this island. I'm Brandon Brooks and that three cyber money. News on KYW was depots. Bloomberg morning. Steve. Good morning, Carol. You know, cyber security doesn't come cheap new survey from Deloitte, fines, big banks and other financial firms spend as much as three thousand dollars per employee to defend computer networks from cyber criminals. Some of the largest banks tripled cyber defense budgets in the last three to four years amid a surge of attacks on client information, accounts and other data. Now, there's a merger pending in the college bookstore, McGraw Hill education, and send gauge learning holdings reportedly plan to combine an deal that would create the second largest provider of college textbooks and other higher education. Material. The Wall Street Journal says the all stock deal if approved by regulators would create a company with about three point two billion dollars. An annual income on Wall Street still looking at green Arrow's s and p futures are positive seven and a half points. Now, NASDAQ adding fifty one Dow gaining sixty the WSF S Bank Philadelphia index from Bloomberg at it a tenth of point yesterday with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Steve Potisk. Thanks, Steve at six fifty seven KYW, KYW HD and WIP FM HD two Philadelphia. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. Which.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"It's the generation before you. She said, you know, Brad, Pitt is a twinkie Carey grant is glamorous. She could ever think of Brad Pitt is being glamorous or Angelina Jolie because they were younger than her. And so for me, it's that same thing. Like, you know, these are all cute kids running. Amanda Lepore is adorable. You know, she's crashes. But yeah, but she's not glamorous to me because I'm we're the same age where this of the same scene. So I don't understand when people are mythology ising. I guess I had a hand in it. But I don't see it as a to me. No, like, I said, you know, the Warhol scene in studio fifty four and all that is glamorous, sir. But it probably wasn't very glamorous to the people who Bianca Jagger doesn't sit back and think about how glamorous fifty four it in that moment. Sometimes, you know, we get involved because we live pretty rarified lives. We were pretty blessed to have pretty extraordinary experiences with other extraordinary people as a collective, but in the moment, I'm just like this is so fun. It's like, so I don't go. Oh my God. People are going to talk about this. You know, it's like high school. I don't go gosh. These are the good old. Also, what people do do that you're mmediately suspicious of them. You shouldn't be actually to me the scene that was right before us the area seen. Diane Brill always be the most glamorous woman on the face of the earth. And even now, we're friends and I talked to him. But I still get a little nervous when we when she emails me your taxpayers. I'll tell you. Sweep still. Excitement. Because also I think the lesson from that too. Is that you just have to propel yourself into the life that you want using those images that you have of those other scenes as you're sort of guide post, right? Because that's really what it's for. It's inspiration. Yeah. When you were fourteen fifteen what was your lifelike, then in your hometown with your family? It was almost gets frantic. Because I was in Michigan for part of the time. My mother was in Michigan, and that was sort of his bleak and depressing as you can imagine for you to be there, and culture the culture there. Right. But I had a lot of good friends, but I was also bullied on in. There was a lot of like. I would just re I I knew that I wanted to get to New York at that certain point, and I had a subscription to New York magazine. And I would write down all the addresses of the places in the restaurants that I wanted to go, and I would just make lists. Let's see it on TV though. Like, what was it? What did you see does a great question because I get what triggered because now the internet. You can get everything all the time. What's the first thing? I'd like people now know that sunset and vine people don't get discovered in Los Angeles, you can create you know, your media anywhere. But you didn't have that back. Then what did you see?.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Hulo bianca. How are you? I'm okay. How are you? We're fine. So it says here, you broke up you and your boyfriend broke up. We broke out. We've been dating for like around the it was going to be like six months at this Monday. Yeah. Six months, isn't that long though? The. So hard to find love and in the city just to play devil's advocate here. Six months is not kidding me. That's an iphone love with Michael within the first month. Like, you probably in love it, you guys they love each other. You don't have that many members in six months marriage. There are worse levels of scarring. Okay. Either way it's fresh can we agree to that? So like before this happened, obviously, I was getting ready for Valentine's Day, and I got like really to lingerie. And then we broke up and now, I'm like, okay. I have this laundry, my friend to like, oh, keep it and use it for like the next guy. And I'm like, I don't know. I don't know if I should do that why deferred Sistani now for the next guy. Well, what kind of lingerie is it like everyday type of unblock Andrea that you can just wear a matter. It's just isn't this principle? It's like super sexy that you're just going to wear for the man type of thing. Then I think it's easier to have it for somebody else because you bought it for that relationship person kind of bat it's like super sexy like downpayment. It's like a special type right novelty. Yeah. I return it. Get your money back and buy yourself, a cute outfit. I return it. Because then I'm like, oh my God. I feel like Ben is really over. I'm like holding on to hope that maybe hold like call and we'll be back together. Did you have an opinion? I say you put it on tonight. Get your hair done a little bit of makeup and post read picture. Oh god. That is not. Make it a poll put a poll question underneath like should. I keep it or let it go. Oh, no. Well, look, I mean, that's that's an aggressive approach. The other coaches just to let it be for the moment. And let's just see where it takes you. Maybe he does call you back. Maybe he's not meant to call you back. But maybe you don't do anything transactional. Just yet. If you broke up with you, why do you want to take them back? I just feel like it was like, I don't know. It was just. I feel like he's just going through stuff at work in my hugest really stressed out. There was just something that added to the strap is like the relationship because I'm like, let's say. Was like, oh, this is too much. And so I think he just got scared. And I think that he really loves me was a little scared and go. Oh. Keep waiting around. You have an array of opinion. Here you take what suits you the best and Bianca, good luck. Everything in life is happening. As part of the big script here. Good luck, Bianca Jagger. Ryan, she's gonna do a poll the poll ideas genius. Was that your idea Tanya? So is it. Ryan as a guy is a guy. Would you be offended? If your girl was wearing lingerie that she had. Okay. Then a hundred percent, but I'm not weighing in on. This is like you guys take the lead. You don't have to tell him, by the way. Was meant to be for the other day. She puts it on. And where's it to bed for herself? Yes. I agree returning. We have many opinions she should use. What suits our best one.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"What we can do is get people to put pressure. And so we earlier this year delivered a petition to the Saudi embassy. They wouldn't take it. My went with Bianca Jagger, and they refused to take the petition but had hundred thousand people had signed a petition to cool for Saudi Arabia to nor execute young people. So we've identified eighteen young men now, but they were boys and teenagers when they were sentenced to death, many of whom sensiti Filipowicz collectivism, one of them was sentenced to death because he'd administered a Facebook group say this is the pre he was actually on his way to the airport where he was going to go and take up a place at university in America on a sport scholarship says. Seventeen years old Mmashebi, and he was arrested on his way to the airport. And it is I firmly believe because of the work of reprieve and other human rights organizations that those boys that alive in Saudi Arabia because we have shown people in Saudi Arabia that we are watching and that the UK government and other governments and not going to let this happen and say signing petitions writing to your member of Parliament, I know MP's get shed lows from people all the time at she saying to your P you've got to raise this you've got to stop these executions from happening. British government does have influence in Saudi Arabia, and in many of the other countries where we work particularly in the Middle East. And so what people can do is. Why website look our campaign sign up petitions. But also, the the other thing that we do quite a bit of is when we've got people who are in prison facing death sentences. We will send them a birthday card will never fate. We will get thousands of people to send them about they caught. And I know some people think oh, isn't that? Nice. It's not gonna work. But actually last year we help secure the release of a young Irishman. In could Abraham Halawa and Abraham was seventeen when he was arrested in in Egypt. He was on holiday of its family, and he was rounded up on a protest in Cairo. And he spent nearly four years I think facing a death sentence, and we sent him a letter card signed by fifteen thousand people for his twenty first birthday. And we didn't know if he got it or not and last year he was released came into our office. Thank us. And he said the thing that gave me hope when I had lost hope. And that wasn't mazing. I mean, we were also slightly influence at that point. But that was incredible. And he said the Irish concert gave it to him. And they said we're gonna take away, but you can have look at it, and you can see and he read these messages, and he said at that point I was on the brink of giving up, and I I do think those things can make a difference to the individuals. Absolutely make a difference to the cases we've got one other question, which is we have the single in the coastal Jeff, oh, Chrissy, which is Jeff as the benign dictator ninety definitely have the death penalty. Let's say he appoints you as his sort of death penalty envoys anti-death penalty involved, but better better put we would you be the dancing and his voice. Well. For the job advisors. So what what's the thing? You would do what was thing you'd be telling him to do nothing. You be you'd be reprieve. Just maybe Pauley on the subject of British influence and the British governor controlling the bridge. Gary thought a Lenore scare is the current situation. The Jeff controls the British government. But what what what what could be what what more could be being done. I would say the British government have enormous influence around the world with a good thing or a bad thing. But they do, and I think the British government stand by their principles if we have principal being opposed to that I felt it which we've had in this country since it was abolished in the nineteen sixties then we need to stand behind that..
"bianca jagger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Matt tournament here about his new documentary studio fifty four as well as Ian Schrager, one of the co founders of the club. I want to go back to win you for your lawyer. You were a young lawyer and you met Steve rebel how we met in college. He would suppress man. He was a senior, and we instantly gravitated towards became just great, friends and. Dimly got out of college. Steve stated in school for a couple of years trying to avoid the draft. I went to New York and became a lawyer for a couple of years, and then I go into the nightclub business believe it or not because I used to see people standing in line taking abuse trying to get into nightclubs and the business I had to get into just straight with supply and demand. Let's talk about that velvet rope. It's such an interesting concept. You know, you wanna be in somewhere that won't have you. Right. So what was it? What made the decision about? Who who go past the velvet rope. Do you think it lead to any kind of backlash about the club insurance schadenfreude, especially when things went south? I mean there to modern terms that apply to they probably come from it, actually, the culture of scarcity and foam, oh fear of missing out probably born at the velvet rope in studio fifty four the movie we cover the myth of the velvet rope. Apparently, it was leftover from CBS TV studio and homeless people and prostitutes would hang out in the vestibule. So they strung out the velvet robes, and then when the student became overwhelmingly popular they're afraid that the crowds would search warrant and break down the doors today. A raid rated in a square rectangle. So the crowds would stand around it and Steve rebel and the doorman Mark panicky, which is one of my favorite features of this. He's nineteen at the time and becomes overnight. One of the most powerful social arbiters in the city, actually, the most powerful next to probably Stephen then this was controversial. And I'll I'll handed over to. The in here because I think he can answer better than I can whether there was a backlash, but I think a lot of people were pissed off. It was a curatorial process. It was something new because while the war velvet robes at nightclubs before they were generally gay clubs, the keep straight guys out and things like that studio was being curated on the sidewalk, basically. And it wasn't the expected normal crowd that got in. And it did instill a lot of anger in society at large. The. I think that that was sowing the seeds of your eventual demise and part pissing people off like, oh, well, we upset the status quo. And I think all that anger and resentment found an institutional outlet. We weren't choosing people based upon how much money they had or what they did for a living. And so we had our own criteria. We wouldn't same thing that when people invite somebody to come over their own party. But when you do it in the public domain, not politically, correct. But you know, I was there. And you know, we we tried to do everything on the outside of the club that allowed to complete freedom and feeling of safety. You felt inside the club. Celebrities hip, nobody kit there were people doing things. Nobody cares. Nobody corked and you couldn't have had that without. Making some effort to screen people at the front door. And and what would come in on the inside the other thing about that? You know, when you're at the door, and you spontaneously making a decision, you know, somebody can get in the can't get in. It's a process that capable of making a lot of mistakes people, and maybe even get a little bit indulgent sometimes, but it was really done for a reason to make sure that everybody that got in had a good time and wasn't going to be bothered one thing. I learned a lot of people told me, I'm not sure whether you clocked this ever was that the crowd was so big outside the velvet rope and people were so hyped up that that became a party in its own, right? Actual lot of people have said that to me that there was a community of people waiting to get in and there were controlled substances being passed around. And there were good things and bad things happening. People were kind of for me community out there and having a party on the street it made the streets safer undoubtedly because when there are a lot of people on the street. It's safe. And then there was also some crop petty crime that were pickpockets in there and kind of flasher so we come because after all this was New York in the seventies. We're gonna take one more call. This is Don in new Milford high. Don Hello there. Hi, Julian it's Don crunch. How will you die? And welcome listening raptly to the whole interview terrific, so happy to hear from you. How do you know, how do you know? Ian, Don, I know we were all fraternity brothers at Syracuse. I got there a couple of years before Stevie any, and I was there in sixty got there and sixty two sixty three and I met Steve bell more or less one of the first days. She was actually at Syracuse because Steve was a scholarship tennis player coming into Syracuse. And my roommate Bill get Alicia now Bill Dale was the first singles on the tennis team. And one of the first people that Stevie met was Bill Bill introduced me to Steve. And it turned out that during turn rushing all the freshman. Stephen, Ian, would go around to different paternity houses. And because Steve was an athlete. He wasn't allowed to rush into the second semester. So knowing him I would bring them over to the fraternity in to introduce them to some of the older dies in the house. And that's where we. We first met and known each other over the years. Well, Don, thank you so much for calling in home week story of studio. You'll get a kick out of I was a sports agent representing among others. Ed too tall. Jones all pro defensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys, and it came up one day to to New York to visit and desperately wanted to get into studio. And because I knew Stephen, and I brought him over that was the night of Bianca Jagger's birthday party and true story will confirm it Bianca came riding into studio fifty four on a white horse, literally who's quite a moment, and Ed who'd been there and done that. So to speak was just dumfounded. I didn't we just stand with our mouths open time. Thank you so much. So that story about Bianca Jagger and the white horse is not apocryphal. It's true. I wanted to talk about Ian. I'm sorry in Matt you said at the beginning, you talked to Ann about doing this film. But you had to tell the whole story you had to tell the glamorous good part. And then they also had to tell the part that was more difficult and clearly as difficult for you in the film, and at some point you sort of embracing to have to talk about the IRS and talk about your time in jail. Matt how did you decide to approach that? And if you can explain for our listeners exactly what the issue was. I don't want to get it wrong. Sure. Studio was the fastest rise. Maybe in the history of New York and also one of the most decisive falls. There was a skimming operation going on at the club. And there was an informant who tipped off the IRS and the IRS tipped off the US attorney and the club was rated in December of nineteen seventy eight it had been open just over a year. And it was in in the film, you c- reenact this in a way he goes to the stage door of the existing theater which was studio fifty four and explains how the IRS agents were in the club when he arrived for work at nine in the morning. They. Couldn't open the door because they were holding a shot. And they said do you want to come in? You do not want to come in. Clearly, the club was being rated he decided fatefully to walk in the door. And then brings us through a really traumatizing series of events that beset union and Steve where eventually after a long grand jury process. They ended up being convicted of tax evasion and going to jail. For me. The rise was the known story. But we were telling in a way that never been told before certainly with the perspective, which is new to this because he's never spoken. But the fall of studio, I think is very important. And you can't tell the story without the rise and fall. So in the film, we bring you through this, and Ian, very bravely is confronted by me. And it's still I this is why I think he he didn't wanna talk about it for all these years, and I don't blame him because I think it was a a wound that might not have totally healed. I always tell people I'm interviewing for documentaries. You have to be brave. I wouldn't want to dock crew following me around for a year. It's not for the faint of heart. But we worked our way through the story which you would never talked about before in. What was it like for you? As you start to talk to Matt and tell him about this part of your life. You know, I had never really spoken to anybody about some of these things I trusted, Matt. And. In a point in my life of kind of very comfortable, and I don't mind talking about certain things, although I am I am very private. But I always talk. Whatever I told them, you know, if I wanted him not to put it in the film, people do it. But it was like trying to negotiate with the FOX after during the chicken coop. So at the end of the end of all of it, really, what happened was was still things know a I went along with Matt. Because I wanted to be involved in the great film. And I think Matt lily didn't make a great film, and recently graded because it not only a document a documentary. It will hurt a bit like a narrative movie motion with highs and lows, and and so it documentary, but it also is almost like a theatrical a narrative Novi with with characters. So I have never seen a documentary like that. And I think that what's so poignant. And then what's so special about it one of the things I really felt for you during that period. You you just said it was so so sadly, like I lost my law life you can practice law. I couldn't get a credit card. I couldn't open up Bank account couldn't get a driver's license. I know when when you do something wrong a crime like the way, even I did it's not only going to to prison. It's like taking your epilepsy away part of the process, stripping you down and taking everything from you. And. It was a profound profound thing that you can imagine. I can't imagine it today. As you. Go ahead. Matt. Oh, no. I was going to say he's talks about himself with Steve they went through this together. I think one of the key moments in the film is we rose and fell together. And he also points out in the film that something like what happened to them? Either tears you apart brings you closer together. The movies that I become fascinated in this pattern in some of the films. I've made are about partnerships that take on more meaning than just pure partnership. Ian himself describes the Steve rebellion Schrager relationship as a marriage, they weren't romantically involved. But he says in the film, I think quite touchingly Stephen are like Mary couple. I'm not sure which one was the husband in which one was the wife, but for me, this is a movie about a partnership, and in a way, a marriage with a nightclub is the backdrop, actually, I was sort of calling it the film Scorsese forgot to make it's an outer borough success and failure story that I think still. Today, as you were making the film, and you had to choose from archival footage. What Steve said, and what Steve could contribute film because obviously Steve rebel passed away of HIV aids. How did you decide to make his as two point a character in this story?.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Okay disco legends nile rodgers and bernard edwards were denied entry inspiring one of their biggest hit songs no no village sheikh oh okay so even though there are signs for must play on the dance for they found themselves unable to clear the ultra strict door policy new year's eve nineteen seventy seven they were invited to join grace jones at studio fifty four she wanted to interview us about recording their next album and at at the time our music was popular dance dance dance kit but grace jones didn't leave their name at the door and the doorman wouldn't let them in they waited and waited long as we could but it just got too cold we felt horrible totally dejected they walk back to now rogers apartment we grabbed a couple a champagne and we plug dinner music and we just for yelling obscenities bleep studio fifty four bleeping bleep off bleep them bleep we're laughing finally what were they're like hey let's we changed it from bleep off to freak off and then we're like freak out that is how freak that september first number one biggest hits that's funny okay one gate cash gatecrasher tried to died sinking in through an air vent oh my front door rejects i guess the bouncers took all kinds of crap all i'm sure because there were truly two nations club goers who were trying to get in and they had this situation where people would climb down from the building next door in full mountain climbing gear with rob steiner on the shoulders crying hysterical and anyway one guy got second inherent and his body was discovered in black tie attire died in their oh no now they did all kinds of private parties and after the bianca jagger and karl lagerfeld add a candlelit eighteenth century party with the staff in court dress and powdered wigs elizabeth taylor had a performance by the rockets would she viewed while perched on a float of gardenias fun she was later presented with a life size portrait of herself elizabeth taylor meet of cake and one of the most memorable parties was held in honor of dolly parton she visited looked at it this city for concert dates in me seventy eight and he steve rebel wanted to create a rural farm setting to help her feel more at home and they had haystacks.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The doors open to one of the most famous nightclubs in us history studio fifty four after a failed attempt at becoming the kings of the new york steakhouse seen former college roommate steve rubble in iin schrager tried their hand at nightclubs they teamed up with carmen deleo a public relations guru whose clients included names like mick jagger liza minelli andy warhol in truman capote her talents turned the grand opening into a major item in the newark gossip columns for best move making studio fifty four into a listeners only later efforts paid off as well like heaven bianca jagger ride a white horse into the club for her thirtieth birthday party you know like you do it quickly became the epicenter of the disco era it was all all all the time and that my friends was the move that was the club's undoing when disco died so did studio fifty four the club only lasted three years ultimately closing in nineteen eighty but it was the but it was a wild run included white horses began on this day back in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven bianca jagger walks in on a white horse you know like you do for traffic in the valley chevy dealers traffic center here is detour dan all right we are on it southbound fiftyone at glendale that's where we had a wreck in the hov lane but not anymore they got and literally pushed it by hand off to the right it is now no longer blocking off to the side on the right we do have a wreck on the northbound state route three forty seven north of sukati road but it's not blocking it's off left there are wrecks at bell road in doa boulevard bell wrote in dyson wrote but there's also ride times going on right now that for the most part are all pretty light stuff except for one westbound i ten out of the east valley thirty two minutes on that right now from the santan to the seventeen split twenty four minutes on the sixty westbound signal butte to the ten and thirteen minutes on the westbound freeway one and one of the fifty one this traffic report brought to you by bank of arizona bank of arizona sharing in the vision of strengthen stability of the business community information is available at bank of arizona.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"Known for these types of games this is the comedy has brought that brought you you know way back when gala guy like they worked on like peyton kate us for nintendo a fullfledged rpg so they've done a little bit of everything except for a game that fits that template exactly an be interesting emmys star fox they've made right ram it be interesting to see what comes out of that if that's all true well speaking of more firstperson shooters possibly coming to switch and call of duty as you'd mentioned earlier brian uh there are more rumors of potentially call of duty black ops four coming to switch this uh fall ill yeah yes oh and this was this is a rumor that was reported by a writer and industry insider mark is sellers through twitter who apparently and he knows people i'm in he saying that called duty two thousand eighteen is black ops four and it is coming to ps4 xbox pc and switch it is set in the modern times and his boots on the ground the switch version will support deal see hd rumble in motion controls the switch version is also being ported by a company which is familiar with call of duty games now i know it's a rumor so it's neither here nor there never even know what the next call you need senate bianca jagger and sell right we'll see what they need a bet but with a what was the last one they made i forget which one trey are dead but of course than responsible for and blackouts rier it was block upsuege was at problems with it at xray arc did work on buck ups yes i admittedly i ticon of just dipped at at at franchise i'm sort of just like so i have a hard time remembering what happened in world war two not the actual i don't know i remember very well what happened and i have no idea what i wasn't diverse field eight of this morning infinite warfare fisher and then world war two but the one i just came right before that is the one a can't renewal that war no.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Your dreams will come true something greater will and if you ask can understand that that i'm doing my job as a father thank you guys so much i love you no the classic kuby brian mic drop of course i i like that wisdom from kobe bryant it's not the destination it's the journey that is the dream so wise words for his daughters who were there anti his wife had a daughter another daughter not that long ago at some time in the last year and a half since he's retired bianca jagger yes and vanessa was there as well so really great picture on our facebook page of the to jersey's uh i don't know if this is the case that there's ever been one guy who spent his entire career with one franchise who had to jersey's retired leave it to call he right to do something that has never been done before but that's odd as well yeah there will never be another kobe bryant who are two days icon once the guys who are maybe toward the end of their careers these could be more obvious i mean lebron james tom brady my friend jerry just sent me a text drew brees i agree he's he's got that megawatt personality everybody wants to be around him peyton manning for sure just retired i mean every time he shows up now there are people around him who who want to talk to him and so you have some guys we're toward the end of their careers like a roger federer that's a great one maybe even a tiger woods ming i think that was a little more controversial that's certainly what he did for the game of golf and the fact that everyone wanted to see him play golf or to play golf with him for a time some of that is dimmed a bit but he's still a major draw any certainly transcends the game of golf even now after all these years of struggling both personally and physically but who are the future icon that you can think of that that was a little more challenging but we can dream to be sure a radio to there are due tuesday question when it came to kobe bryant he was in fact laughing at you order facebook page to and then eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"To invest were there and he was off to the races he borrowers newspapers in his thirties when he was in australia and then he dismantles to expand came to america i bought a of stuff over here originally newspapers and then either media assets spot a lot of stuff in england in you europe as so he's become a fabulously wealthy man and his family his fabulously wealthy and they've been very quiet however you know this these lists everywhere visas he's the richest man in the world and over years warren buffett and then over there there is a bill gates in than those mrs or what you're saying it would enable them walmart it all these people murdoch's right up in there but he keeps it to himself here's want everybody to know his business and complex wives he's trying to hide out from the rallies he's got a new unease got jerry hall dini eighty mary her didn't yeah it's maybe like six months ago so this will be the last marriage for her her first was to make right was chiefly enters the mick jagger in those first time around imagine that going from mick jagger to rupert murdoch aghazade jerry can attract the guys with the money yes well i don't know of mick ahead agassi was as waving money which she hung around why they use when he married her he was already well he was he was already he was loan enrolling in it yeah i think he wouldn't his very friendly very funny his first marriage was bianca jagger right wasn't that in the early seventies or something i don't i don't know that he had as much money back then but by the time nouri haul came around yes he started dating him when he was already married of harry as she was early na she was early but they didn't actually get married until 1990 so he had all he atenza i then yeah so murdoch is '86 yesterday it was announced that the walt disney company was going to pay murdoch's news corporation fifty two billion dollars to buy his movie assets now there are other things in his media and entertainment business and he selling off wide swath serve them because he's eighty six he knows no no last forever does he and his.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Radio one seven five gmailcom we have got coming up right after the break uh john pope who is the attorney for tommy ziglar and for those of you who don't know tommy ziglar is on death row as we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a murder that many people believe including people like philip finch who wrote a new york times bestseller about this case uh that many people believe that he did not come yet so uh we're going to talk to mr pope about where this case is i do know this tom zinc lower is reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp of this country even some celebrities actually who believe that this guy is innocent and unless i heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books there's a website devoted to this well we're gonna talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john has been handling many of the appeals and many of the postconviction tasks for mr ziegler uh out of his new york city law firms so that's coming up right after the break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to get two and then we wanna do what get back into again the continued efforts to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this front the latest of course is discussions and talk that the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that come attacked a donald trump is demonstrating um mm that perhaps suggest his desire to you know further cover up or collude or um mm engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this broadcast today because i believe that he has every right to expect his attorney general to do his job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agreed that that he should be taking him to task i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know i'm not president either uh maybe if.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Gmailcom we have got coming up right after the break uh john pulp who is is the attorney for tommy's ziglar and for those of you don't know tommy ziglar is on debts rose we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a martyr that many people believe including people like philip finch a new york times bestseller about this case uh there many people believe uh that he did not commit so uh we're going to talk to mr pulp about wizards cases i do know s tommy ziglar is reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp at his country some celebrities actually who i believe the disguise is innocent and tom last i heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books as a website devoted to this well we're going to talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john has been handling many of the appeals and many of the post can vic shen um tasks for mr ziglar uh out of his new york city law firm so that's coming up right after a break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to gets hill and then um we wanted to get back into again the continued efforts to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this font the latest of course is discussions and talk that the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that tom and acta donald trump is demonstrating um that perhaps suggest his desire to you know further coverup or collude loomed war um engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this podcast today because i believe that he has every right to expect his attorney general to do this job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agreed that that he should be taking him to task i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know one not president either uh maybe if.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"The number cagey radio one seven five gmailcom we have guy coming up right after the break uh john pulp who is the attorney for tommy's ziglar and for those of you don't know tommy ziglar is on death row as we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a martyr that many people believe including people like philip mention what new york times bestseller about this case i did many people believe that he did not commit so uh we're going to talk to mr pump about wizards cases i do know yes tom ziegler's reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp at his country even some celebrities actually home i believe that this guy is innocent and tom less i heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books as a website devoted to this well we're going to talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john his been handling many of the appeals and many of the postconviction um tasks for mr ziegler uh out of his new york city law firms so that's coming up right after a break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to get two and then um we wanted to get back into again the continued efforts to to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this font the latest of course is discussions and talk a data the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that dumb that data donald trump is demonstrating um that perhaps suggest his desire to you no further coverup or collude wore um engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this podcast today because i believe that he has every right to backed his attorney general to do his job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agree did that he should be taking him to task um i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know i'm not president either uh maybe if.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Sixty that's the number cagey radio one seven five gmailcom we have got coming up right after the break uh john pope who is is the attorney for tommy's ziglar and for those of you who don't know tommy ziglar is on death row as we speak uh basically convicted forty years ago of a murder that many people believed including people like philip finch who wrote a new york times bestseller about this case uh there are many people believe uh that he did not commit so uh we're going to talk to mr pulp about where these cases i do know this tommy ziglar is reaching really the end of the line and i know that there are a lot of people around this comp in this country even some celebrities actually who i believe that this guy is innocent and tom last night heard even somebody like bianca jagger was was convinced that this was a miscarriage of justice and again there have been a number of books and there's a website devoted to this well we're going to talk to john pope and find out exactly where this case is john has been handling many of the appeals and many of the postconviction um tasks for mr ziegler uh out of his new york city law firms so that's coming up right after a break we're going to reintroduce emails today we've got emails to get two and then we wanted to get back into again the continued efforts to impeach donald trump and there are just so many things happening on this front the latest could course is discussions and talk that dad the whole thing with jeff sessions is something that dumb that uh donald trump is demonstrating um that perhaps suggest his desire to you know further rob or collude war um engage in obstruction of justice of the whole russian situation and it is amazing again just just how little you hear of the other side of this discussion and we're going to do that as we always do on this podcast today because i believe that he has every right to expect his attorney general to do this job which i don't think he's doing right now and i agreed that that he should be taking him to task i wouldn't do it the way he's doing it but you know why not president either uh maybe if.
"bianca jagger" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"Prisoners. You don't want them around the house rattlesnakes? But I don't want them around, of course. But then I say what do you do after what he says? I just pick them up and drove over the woods dead. You know, a bird elite. No, right. Okay. Going to waste. All right now. What did you do in your last birthday? What what was your last birthday? Like birthday was in Los Angeles, August twenty seven I don't love birthday. So I stayed home with Richard jock my mother. My sister came over. We all Keiko is very quiet family celebration. Good good good. Good Twitter, by the way. My mother lives in Los Angeles. Wonderful and my sister. That's great. So you have a family. That's really cool. I do jackets to see these few said. So he yeah. We have a good family disciplined person. I'd so admire that, so what do you eat for breakfast and lunch for breakfast this morning? I had some raisin brand. But I got up to thirty. I worked out. I just get on a treadmill usually stretching exercise than I had some raising Brown and a gigantic coffee to Beth got Jack up drinking gigantic iced coffee right now for lunch. Sushi pretty much every day for dinner, officiant vegetables, and some sort. And in between that by the way. I'll eat a doughnut or two or. A couple of cheap candy bars. Absolutely. Create based diet, but then a little bit of Joe. Okay. We're gonna go to Woodward's, and you try to answer it when word if you can't. Oh my God. One word is really hard for me to talk. All right glamour. It's funny. Somebody asked me about that word one word. So I'll have to come back to that the other day, and it's worth that. I don't use very much. So I'll just say, gene, Tierney sexy. Oh, that's a hard one. Do these in one word a sentence? A sentence. Sexy. No someone who's comfortable with themselves. Good good Jagua, the animal, not the car. But that e type from the sixties one of those beautiful cars ever can't. We talk about that. Instead. Yes. Yes. Okay. Talk about that a black Jaguar you like the most beautiful cars, ever invented. It's so damned tiny though. And of course, the mechanics aren't what they are today. But it's so beautiful. Okay. I think it has to be actually my favorite car at the entire world seats, cotton linen. I don't like Lenin sheets. They they make your elbows red, scratchy. I don't understand Lennon sheets at all. Okay. Elephants. Something I just think about all the time on day. I have no idea L offense. I don't think about Alvis. There's a story. I reject about a purple elephant. I guess maybe that's the purple elephant ball the story above other Fritz? Well, there is that story about purple elephant come to stay vulgar. Vulgarity? Wow. Arrogance. I think is great. That's great tightness as time. This the strangest from Tennessee kindness is something we all should have. And something I always try to have. I think empathy is is kindness for me. I mean, you have to empathize with people to be truly kind Betty true. Sheikh love. Thin longed. What were just giving us through? I love Betty ca true. That's hard hard breath. Hard that is brilliant golf goal. Golfo eight used to have such good clothes. When I was young. And then I was going to play golf again about ten years ago. And I went out to buy, you know, new golf shoes and everything I was just was appalled at what all looks like now. Yeah. Golf while golfing? A while. I think it's a great sport, actually, especially good older because you can walk. You can talk and think I mean when I was young I used to walk talk thinking drink, but now I don't drink anymore. Bianca Jagger, white and suit Beja marvelous. Marvelous buoy bays soup. Boulia is, yuck. I hate to rebrand the great tooth polish. Jeff koons. Balloon dog. Thank you lovely. That was a wonderful wonderful. This is fascinating with Tom for it. And it's the most fascinating conversation of having a longtime invokes podcast. I'm realtime that you call today. Thank you so much a few final questions,.