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Breathe Again: From Miasmatic Disease To Modern Day Misconceptions
"Hopefully, you've already heard that we lost a documentary recently, it is just taking off all over the Internet and the name of the documentary is called mask facts science in history of mask in medicine, and as you know right now we are dealing with A. Nationwide and worldwide pandemic, and we're looking for solutions and we're looking for things that have real efficacy to protect our citizens and to also maintain a level of health into to to create a system where we don't go through this again, that's what it really is at the end of the day because in truth the next viruses coming, you know Kobe twenty over. Twenty, one just like the flu virus you know these viruses mutate as we're GonNa talk about today, and we'll be dealing with more infectious diseases in the future. This is how life works, and so we went to look at what are some real clinically proven real world solutions to keep our citizens healthy and so we lost this documentary again, just skyrocket is over. Half, a million views already this week and has been a few days but something happened. Something happened I'm going to share with you a little bit later in the show but as of now, you check out the full documentary at the Model Hill show dot com for slash mask facts as I mentioned today, we're GonNa go on an adventure. We're going to go through some of the data that was in the documentary, but also ribbon dig a little deeper would expand on some things we're GonNa have a good time. And really, we want look at the beginning of this utilization of mask in medicine where the start and I think it's important to in that humans have been wearing masks for forever I for thousands of years whether it's for ritual whether it's for celebration also wore that's a time that different types of masks have been used but the specific use of masks in medicine actually started around sixteen hundreds when physician Charles de created the earliest versions of a has met suit. At this time he was looking at how can we protect the physician Dat was dealing with we're talking about this time of like the black plague, right the deal with plagues it was called a plague doctor. So a featured a waxed overcoat a lengthy Cain to examine people. Can you imagine somebody examining you am cocaine you with a cane from like six feet away? How disrespectful? So they had a cane also, there was this menacing eat mask that was part of this particular has met with this form of protection. and. The interesting thing is that this mask had very different purpose than you might suspect. Because at the time physicians all over believed in something called the Maya's matic theory of disease. And basically, the miasma theory of disease means the disease is passed from person to person or from the environment to person through the inhalation of quote. Bad Air. is coming from the environment, not necessarily prisoner person, but coming from the environment in inhaling bad air was the primary cause of disease. All right. Now, the mask was not necessarily used to prevent the physician from inhaling bad air what the beak mask was actually four was to crowd out the batter and instead hill good air and what they were doing was stuffing the mask of beat to keep it away from the person and they could even lights it light it on fire lake again Billy Madison. There's a scene where they're like the taking back the poop in lights on fire people sports. So they can actually stuff the beak with herbs and spices right shot at the KFC, and then they can inhale this good air to help crowd out the batter that was the technology that was there that was their approach and they felt that was affected. So this actually continued for quite a while with this mayes matic theory disease, you might think that this is a long time ago because it sounds strange. But the Maya's matic theory of disease did not become obsolete until the twentieth century that's actually finally became obsolete in the germ theory of disease really started to take hold. And this was around the nineteen hundreds. Physicians were now beginning to wear preliminary versions of surgical mask with a primary function of protecting the patient from contamination in surgical site infection. So kind of looking at today, it was used to protect the patient from the physician. In them not you know spraying out on them during the procedure in increasing their risk of infection. Now, visually, this became common practice for healthcare workers to wear mask and the surgical setting. Now is more hygienic practices began to be incorporated into operating rooms in hospitals. Several scientists sought out to discover whether or not the ritual of wearing a mask in surgery at a high level of effectiveness in preventing infection, which is their intent surprisingly several studies including a Meta analysis, and this means multiple studies a conglomeration of multiple studies examining this issue. This was published in Cochrane systematic review, very prestigious found that when physicians wore a mask or didn't wear a mask quote, there was no statistically significant difference in infection rates between the masked in unmask group in any of the trials. Could. Now, what this means is that even over one hundred years after the inception of the mask in surgery, the researchers noted that at best quote it is unclear whether wearing surgical face masks result in any harm or benefit to the patient undergoing clean surgery. In quote I want to look a little bit further because this just didn't make sense how this not be proven to be helpful at least in. So another study, this was published in the Journal of Hospital infections appropriate title. And they also concluded that the use of surgical masks surgery are obsolete and unnecessary. Researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research and policy summarises by stating quote clinical trials in the surgery theater have found no difference in wound infection rates with and without surgical mask. Despite these findings, it has been difficult for surgeons to give up a long standing practice.
"billy madison" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Out of his puppy has this was no ordinary puppy this copy was the happiest puppy in the whole world the end of the world his name was happy happy never get lost again little boy he was so happy that he gave happy kiss on wet little nose I think it's time to play dodgeball there it does I think it's time to play dodgeball film was Billy Madison and she was a kindergarten teacher what's your name to announce the actress's name I forget anyway I still think merry's steam virgin sounds like steam virgin sounds like Amy active but there is Amy act in news from the national bobblehead hall of fame and museum they unveiled a bobble head of Ohio's health director Dr Amy act in the bubble that is the first of the Buckeye state's top public health official really I thought it was the next one in a series of any act of violence it was called the real MVP of Ohio's coronavirus response and by the Dayton Daily News the national bobblehead hall of fame and museum will donate five dollars of every doctor actin bobble head sold to protect the heroes fund is one hundred million mask challenge the same because the hall of fame museum raised over a hundred seventy five thousand to the bobble head of doctor found she and Dr Burke's and state governors so I guess they will do other health directors from other states I don't know but it's out there from the national bobblehead hall of fame and museum in Milwaukee congratulations to the dock all right six thirty nine we got a market checking traffic and weather and.
"billy madison" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"For listen I issues the Billy Madison Congress so I'm going to make fun of her being a bartender because I was a bartender going through college of course she was a bartender after college after graduating from B. you with a double major in economics which is a joke and I think it was it was it some kind of for political entity it was some kind of political foreign something anyway she was a bartender after that but listen bartenders anybody could be as smart as a whip you have these lawyers these idiots that are up there in Congress are dumb as a box of rocks so I like the whole bartender thing to report because of that to make fun of are there was a very smart bartenders and there's a see what's people say all my god you know they just have dubbed the networks they just give you know she's she's a bartender itself the bartender the bartender day giver so much power the reason she's on so much is because she says then why don't people just see it she says the dumbest things they have around because they use her because she's such a freaking train wreck you can have some boring Schwab the from Congress on which gets ya know ratings no I've always know attentions and boring people tune out or you get this not that says stupid things like that she is being used by the media just like they use other people because they just need to get as many people listening and watching as possible that's it she's not smart they don't respect her she's an idiot she says the dumbest things and you can't make up the things that she says they're so insane so it's a train wreck rubber necking on the highways accident is what this is rubbernecking that's what she is she's the rubber Necker congresswoman so don't don't give her more credit than what she has okay she's she's she says the most outlandish insane things you know they said the same thing about troubles are the most outlandish things like build the wall Mexico's gonna pay for it but actually work that way she's a full he's not nine thirty four we have thanks radio we got a guy who got to get them to focus on this in some more fun stuff before you get out here again is three.
"billy madison" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Zero two five eight hundred seven seven one one or two five. Is this Derek for the Billy Madison show, drew, do you understand how talented you have to be to throw a frisbee into a quote unquote, trash cans and be high, while the hand coordination understand why you hate us so much. I don't get that. You're not way. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold the phone. You're not. You're not a disc golf enthusiast. I love it. I love. Have you ever been discussing? I have not. Oh my God is is I love to smoke, obviously and disc all I just don't understand why the people get out there. The people can get aces and shoot. Good scores on frisbee golf. I would love to see you throw frisbee. It is one of the hardest things ever. Oh, no doubt. I can't do it. Don't make no mistake about it in no way, shape or form. I it's easy to do. I can't I can't do it. I would I would be as bad at disco regular golf, which is horrible the differences, right? I enjoy playing golf. I can go out and shoot one hundred fifty and then, walk off the course and go damn that was fun spending time with my buddies, just like you might after throwing the whammo around. And how how long are the holes just out of curiosity? When you go to quote unquote tee off with your with your disc. How, how long does each hole? I don't know probably. It's probably less than a hundred yards. I only play like short courses because I don't like the walk that much. So usually nine holes. So there there's much there's larger holes in just like there is regular goal. But I only play like the short poor two of our threes or those, but it's, it's an incredibly talented thing to be able to frisbee like the doubt doubt feelings hurt. I'm sorry. I'm not lumping you now. I know at least one cool dude who is a disc offer. So you've actually done good here because you have shattered a stereotype in that I thought, no one, I like admire or respect would ever play golf now I know there's you so if there's, there's probably three or four other people out there that I know of, and now I know the next time you Tampa, you and I are getting hired a mug, and we're going to go out and we're gonna play some disco followed up by some wiffle ball, some toss across, and then we'll do a little horseshoes while we're at it. You don't like what ball either I love with. What are you kidding me? Every every American male love wiffle ball for God's sake. Well, I'm gonna have to. Because right now I'm in a I'm gonna swamp because I'm getting I've gotten high every day for the past month, and I've just laid call of duty for about seven hours. So I'm gonna get the Tampa worth little warmer. Maybe I can get outside 'cause is call of duty, getting high thing really ruined my life. Yeah. You need to give up the call of duty, not to get high. I can't help but I've played too, but I you know now that I really I'm on the phone with you. I realize how much of a loser, you're not at all. I really am. Well, man, I'm glad you called, and it was good to speak with you again. I miss you. And I hope you guys get to Tampa soon. So I could see you again. I promise my first round of disco. We'll be with none other than Derek from the Billy Madison show. I can't wait to kiss. You sounds good. Sweetheart..
"billy madison" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I'd like to I'd like to actually not say an effort word for those ten hours. I'm going to be with these people really know. Now, I I'm not there to entertain them there too would naturally draft a shit team. But when you do live drafts with friends, it's all fun. These are fans that are going to be awkward and bummbly even more reason for you to fill in the that's when I shut down, and I become a ni-. You know, I'm very pleasant person. Really see I would have predicted you. Well, we'll see we'll see what else. See I cut. There's pictures. Lamp shoot under really this is hack. Panicked. Crazy character work doing balloon animals. It'd be nice guy. Elliot will be the auction air that'd be fun, obviously, three months away from this doing this on March thirtieth. So we got a little bit. We got all the January February March, it's countless we're okay, cool. I haven't gotten into calendar for the year yet. So thank you for. This is the first year, by the way in three years that we're not we don't have Hamilton calendar at our house. Oh, Hamilton calendars, the past three years, the I mean, they're still making them you can make you can get a two thousand eight I've got it. Hey, I got a for at least for Christmas. I got her the two thousand nineteen Tommy boy calendar, see, you know, I've had the Tommy boy calendar for the past year in the office. And how jealous I'm like. I should have just kept that one of your favorite movies. I think it's very funny. I mean, I'll favorites that's strong. But but enough that you want a photographic evidence. You look I just think it's funny that there's a calendar for two thousand eighteen of Taibbi. Okay. It's ridiculous. I may not get the humor may not. I mean that about the calendar and possibly the movie. Yeah. It's it's so random it's such a random. It's it's bizarre. Yeah. It's not even like, I feel like even those Adam Sandler movies like Billy Madison is probably I mean, Tommy boy people like as a cult classic. I guess, but it's not like even the biggest cult classic of that era. Instead Dennehy Brian Dennehy, the father and that one the next one. No, it's bright from black sheep. Yeah. Black sheep, legitimately stinks or does. Yeah. That's the one that. I I had I had three call backs for a role in that. And it was a role that, you know, a nice size role. And it was like at it was on the paramount. That's where I was at the paramount lot. And I I hadn't been auditioning enough. We're like I wasn't. I didn't know how to do. So I was actually auditioning better than I could do today. If that makes sense like my head didn't understand what was happening. Where I walked out of and to this day love it. And I give this guy full credit win the paramount toward tram came pass me. And the guy goes one of the many actors on the lot. I gave a little wave. I I wanna meet that guy that guy again, that's twenty. When did that movie come out nineteen ninety six six seven? Yeah. It was early on me living here. So that stories like twenty three years old and. Anyway, was yeah, we go to the paramount lot like three times I had to go there for the casting then callback for the studio. And then the director there was a third reason. Which is using the case there's but and I forget what the role was. But it was like truth is whatever role. It was could have been like, maybe there'd be different Korea. Could've started a role of getting parts. Black black sheep set. Right. Still the same the same two guys running for office. Yeah. That's what it is fierce directed. It. Actually, it was additioning to play Penelope's ferris. She uses direct. Very she directed Wade's world for that too. But there's a campaign managers is that something. I think David spades the campaign manager. Okay. You might have been like the bad guys. Maybe that's what it was. Remember, I was still drunk at this point. So I don't that's why I don't remember exactly what this was. But I think I was it was his maybe additional nemesis is that possible or they wanna see my height may have helped because of spades height. I think that might be part of who was the main bad guy was a Garib UC. Yeah. Maybe. I don't know there's Robbie Megan..
"billy madison" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Don't know five, six years. Four. You fun? Hunching my microphone. And so how to like like. Billy Madison. Yeah, peed your pants. Yeah. In your brains is cool. Slit nine. Your pants is cool. Consider me miles Davis. Davis. That's funny. Now as a little old lady saying, and she also kind of throws it away. It's like almost grew it. It's just great. Yeah, there's more new on. Yeah, is wrong bitch, helping me understand that real. I wait. Hold on. Hold on. Wait. Yeah, we have too many brain is okay. So we just sell. We're talking about vis vis. So do you now eight one day or one Ega? No, I don't. That doesn't sound like a bad Vigo although don't, let's not. Let's not even bad or good it you're just you eat. That's. That's really what we should be doing. Right. I hate the duality, right? It's like you're either a vegan or you're not a vegan. It's like, let's have some Grayson's impatience with ourselves and not have it be so extreme and weird about more people would feel welcoming. That's true. Swede radish and vegans. I get it. I somebody recently they went like, I'm a vegan. I'm sorry. It's common or they go like. I'm vegan, which means being this is only the second most annoying thing about me like you have to address it when it should just be like it's nice to plan. Totally feel good. It's great, but it also can make you feel good. Yeah, I understand. I sort of missed the hardiness of like eating. What do you feel like you're on your heart? Well, what an impossible rigorous fucking hardy? Yeah. No, I know there's already I know what you wanna get real. Yeah, I'm thirty nine. I just figured out you can throw things in the oven. I know right stove head. I was more of a stove, and even that I was out of mice, I'm on the stove tunnel, let I'm with you. I just figured out there's a baseline I assist so rarely think to use the oven..
"billy madison" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Until, you, find out she has her degree in foreign relations. Then you can say okay well she. Has a degree in foreign relations she doesn't really know how the. Economy. Works that you don't count that's not. How the unemployment number works well there's there's. Less people unemployed because they're? Working two jobs that's not? The way that works well she doesn't know because she has her degree in foreign foreign affairs. No she also has another? Degree in economics Was she listening in these classes no. No sorry I know the answer to. That, she, was listening closely in those classes this is the. Garbage that they teach when when will. We have the courage to say I'm sorry I'm not sending my. Child. To your university because it's completely corrupt For, some reason, I get the impression she's never set foot in a socialist country The, only thing that you have to say about our a Cossio Cortez Is what she has to say listen what you've just said is one of the. Most insanely. Idiotic things I've ever heard at no point in your rambling incoherent response, were, you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Oh everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it I award you know points and may God have mercy, on, your soul sorry for Billy Madison I thought that was from interview It's. Friday July twentieth you're. Listening to the Glenn Beck program Study yesterday Since two thousand.
"billy madison" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Anything, until, you find out she has heard degree in foreign. Relations then you could say okay. Well she has a degree in foreign relations. She doesn't really know how? The economy works you don't? Count that's not how the unemployment number works well there's there's less people unemployed because they're working. Two jobs that's not the? Way that works Well she doesn't know. Because she has her, degree, in foreign foreign affairs no she also has another. Degree in economics was she listening in. These classes no no, sorry, I, know the answer to that she was. Listening closely in those classes this is the. Garbage that they. Teach when when will we have the. Courage, to, say I'm sorry I'm not sending my child to. Your university because it's completely corrupt For, some reason, I get the impression she's never set foot in a socialist country The, only thing that you have to say about or a Cossio Cortez Is what she has to say listen what you've just said is one of the. Most insanely. Idiotic things I've ever heard at no point in your rambling incoherent response, were, you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Oh everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it I award you know points and God have mercy, on, your soul sorry for Billy Madison I thought that was from interview It's..
"billy madison" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Ruining kids faces with dodge balls yeah it's like the oh men but with bullying it's a bit is kind of like the omen that movie i've often compared billy madison to the in the third installment in like the omen is billy madison it's like well i like those articles that are like what you don't know about this movies like this character was a ghost the whole time yeah which i think is like a ferris bueller theory mainly where it's like ferris is the fight club imagination of cameron yeah like billy madison it's just like the children make their fear into adam sandler if you have any stories about this thing on a film was super real or even just crazy things behind the scenes of a movie anything billy madison fan theories come come break we'll take them in the meantime while people are maybe lining up there the movie goodfellas whole story about it do you guys remember there's the scene where a couple of the goodfellas are at joe pesci letterman's jackets you did good phyllis now that's my favorite line from them there's a scene where they all go to joe pesci mom's house to get some food and chill out for a bit and she shows him a weird painting and the way scorsese set that up is he just got his own personal mom to play joe pesci mom and didn't really give her a script or anything he told her pretend these guys have just come home late for some food be sure to show them this weird painting and then they just been made up the whole thing the whole thing is just what martin scorsese's mother catherine wanted to do yeah yeah that's one of the scenes in the movie is a great dogs going every game like my son will become a director and then put me in a scene oh yeah playing psychopaths mom because she is she liked the most positive character in the entire movie is she the most likeable human all could fill fast fella she's probably her characters murdered so many people just probably see it onscreen i think i think we've got somebody lined up if you want to tell us your name and then let's find out a thing christina hi christine at so my favorite one is in lord of the rings i'm sure a lot of people have heard of this one there's a scene with vigo mortenson and he drops like a helmet or like a sword on his foot and they like pan out and he's like screaming and that's because he actually broke his toe onset and they got it in the shot and they're like great that looked good and he but he actually broke his toe and later had to go to the doctor and get a cast and stuff i love that you're saying that with a smile it's just such a genuine screams out i can't remember if it's the first or second lord of the rings movie but it's very obvious when you re watch it exactly which scene it is that he broke his toe to check that out i'm also surprised in a movie that has so many visual effects that they have like big heavy swords like for real right yeah oh helmet oh sorry yeah but still either way that's crazy it's like yeah because i wonder almost if like making the equipment that real is there like a little bit hoping they get that you know what i mean like so much but like maybe maybe a finger like falls out the back of the truck you know what i mean like maybe we plus another one where you would never think it's real because so much in the movie is is she is saying though it's like you know when that pain is real maybe that's.
"billy madison" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"To play dodge ball that's a quote from billy madison all i did during the state i feel like was quote white goodman head making jokes mr jokey joke maker love sorry because i hear white goodman from the movie dodgeball and i just like i'm like oh he is like a little bit of inspiration behind my alternate go rick anyways dodgeball i wish chris harrison would have called me up and i could have sat there down the commentary khorasan we're shooting you know doing some dodgeball quotes if he can died a ranch you could dodge ball even though i wouldn't be funny i would just be ceiling all of the quotes from dodgeball but anyways leo is freaking amazon woman like what what how long i've so many questions for leo and lincoln leo like how did you get your hair like that is it genetics do you use a specific product that i should be knowing about do you use sugar bear hair how many times a week do you wash your hair how long did it take you to get it that long to use hot tools because you don't have any breakage you've shined but it's not like too much shine that it's greece just i need answers and advice so if you could just maybe i don't know reach out somehow i've could really use some hair advice i told jelly of his flow man just jelly of the flow i've episode is kind of hard to talk about because i'm not super invested in anyone yet like blake kind of because he had the one on one but you got to like really i don't know i feel like it's like episode.
"billy madison" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Just watch billy madison if you haven't seen it go to la how much money do you have not a lot of money nothing thousand dollar not even not even we're gonna live i rented a an apartment that i found online back in back then it was like kind of weird to do that i've never come trying to think i think it was in i think it was west la somewhere off of sepulveda's maybe somewhere over there right and then you have a roommate no you just had a little apartment you stayed in yeah yeah with the rent was god probably nine hundred or something years this is this two thousand this five oh this is recently no i mean i i moved to la ninety eight or more we know this two thousand two this is two thousand and two maybe right no this is the two thousand maybe i don't even know incentive of moving out other than yeah i wanna be an actor but did you have any lead no friends i had no prospects i had no idea how to be an actor i had no idea how to get an agent i had no idea how to do anything i just knew that i was i knew that i knew how to get a job at a restaurant waiting tables like it's like support myself work i worked at a restaurant called remmy that no longer exists it was on the thirsty prominent i worked restaurant called monsoon on the third street promenade or i don't know that there is still there i think monsoon store there i worked at a place called barefoot that doesn't exist anymore i worked at a place called lepetit bistro which is on law cnn guy think and you just kept going around money worked at the avalon hotel shots i think i had really shitty had shots from like some silly thing that i did and you love to see it now no you don't know.
"billy madison" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Short series and really great to see the two female leads spar as detective killer in psychological warriors highly recommended you're gonna talk about that more with y'all way so i wanted to sort of lay the groundwork for you on that this from anthony mc christian let's see arch and mark i really enjoyed the show to miss stand over the past few episodes and look forward to rice earn of enjoyed the guests in the jason maybe a defacto regular he's been with us a lot i had jen before but immediately started following on twitter to keep up with tv i'm sure i'm not the only person to send this correction end but you actually you are the beginning of the show but julie bowen was in happy gilmore not billy madison we got that wrong last week oh billy madison had brigitte sampras as the right anyway keep up the great job proud to be a little extra so about schools about movies where adults go back to school for yes yes and this finally from lee goodwin right here from potomac maryland arch anand i'm left out of this one i thought of anna because he was saying something with class so i thought if you when we saw the fantastic royal shakespeare theater performance of hamlet last week at kennedy center is largely black casts and we set in africa and was one of the best hamlets i've ever seen and i've seen what a few in the opening scene when hamlet and i'm gonna get this name i'm gonna miss burnet pa papa is say do definitely someone who would keep your eye on greets horatio and the ramparts of elsinore castle they crossed their on their chest like they do in black path the audience loved it didn't keep it up for the rest of the play would've been way too distracting but just nother another example of the broad cultural reach of black panther and can't wait for you return wishing you the best oh that's fine that of course answers the question to see or not to see.
"billy madison" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"No no no no change the subject i asked you a question let's do it let's have a conversation you wanted to have a conversation don't run from it you answer okay because i just ask you the same question i just asked you nothing's changed i'm sorry to confuse you i would never argue with sean who's a better player i hear you guys do it all the time this guy damn near gm he's been in the trenches he knows all this stuff but you got a willing to argue with them you have no so enlighten me on your college career actually this is probably been the dumbest conversation i've ever been apart so go no no callback another time it just bring up random conversations about people's race in the middle of a basketball conversation about speaking with a former football player and not being able to have a basketball conversation with set football player is one of the dumbest conversations i think instead of sending it to commercial i'll just let ross plants off with one of his favorite clips from billy madison ross you send us to that and send us a break we'll come back and we'll be one less ignorant personal the show today what you just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things i've ever heard at no point in your rambling.
"billy madison" Discussed on Stick to Football
"No he does like a moderate like he's an older count who reeves other coun raves kind of rehabilitated himself with john wick and stuff yeah he kind of went into the dark side and it's working for him he should have been the young darth vader who that would've worked actually a new bill and ted i hope so i think they are i believe i'm getting not heads in the those guys yeah same guys i don't know why originally esquire yeah right but yeah that's where i i heard that number one the most overrated underpaid no talent ask clown adam sandler i you had two good movies way back in the day billy madison and what was the other happy you'll nappy gill mr deeds mister deeds sucked it became a big daddy no it became a script him and his friends and make the same fucking movie with a different name that's all he's done in this yard remake now what does he do he makes these stupid like movies for kids with david spade nobody fucking cares man he he's not even actor he's like a chubby guy in cargo shorts and a jersey running around it's probably why i relate i hate i love adam sandler i can't believe you you my love his movie if chris farley hadn't died no one would know who adam sandler is boy what the waterboy is excellent i can't use i got a wooden spoon yeah that's him in real life he didn't have to act and stop trying to play football like you were not athletic stotts why i keep saying like if i were an actor i'd probably be adam sandler.
"billy madison" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Anything bar not and tommy boy but had to give more billy madison are in that group and those both hold up like today i can watch billy madison silly as it is it is fucking hilarious yeah happy go shows up on tnt i'm watch i'm i'm on the couch watch absorb because you're black hell no damn delegate a bit my head off duty is just the fucking movies incredible rest in peace burn lundquist who we lost and allow yes shit fantastic amendment influence african yet the the the whole it sitting like it's a movie making fun of the world of golf that is somehow the greatest golf movie ever made in it you could not even argue like 10 cup and should all you want i'll give all i mean i will argue caddyshack is the great is the grill scale gate at admit but the liver via buyout professional golf i thoroughfare argument with caddyshack that's the only one i will take as a fair argument everything else yes there are good golf movies but nothing is like iconic is happy gilmore for me and billy madison same shit i mean it is so fucking good and from there what should have continued on is like a great career had had some other good movies like we had the waterboy you know big daddy was good i i don't know why i baghdadi a lot there was a hot chicken them review remember that yeah the wedding singer which is the chick i'm sorry is the chicken big daddy ellen degeneres his ex girlfriend no no i don't think so my check that out uh waterboy of course was uh was taken from a saturday night live bit there you go but yeah.
"billy madison" Discussed on WLAC
"The money that would be generated which you look back to billy madison unhappy gilmore and observers to on their films i mean those those were yes they were classics and they were absolutely huge films another guy you my one including there's jim carey yeah jim carrow road with two ace ventura films and of course dumb and dumber and liar liar what's the last two cooper here what's the last really successful movie jim cooper has done i mean jim cooper gymnast kerri as doug bruce rally bruce almighty creator lin teen years ago right another name might be a mike myers the austin powers throw it out a ton of you well who would be underrated that also would be under like a lot of people i think are not thinking about adam sandler the other guy that would be under the radar little bit because i don't think he's a household name so to speak tyler perry because tyler perry has made so many movies that have done the insanely well at the box office that i think you're algorithm i don't think that he's like crossed over into the mainstream in the same way and i think that would that would be a name that what he was definitely not alive guy one other name owed says robin williams uh obviously gone now which you look at mrs doubtfire and even good by the way could johnathan all his his house fire now more than the other interlocutor so as politically incorrect the reason why i ask you as i said around a watched it on thanksgiving literally on thanksgiving day with my boys my fourth grader in my first greater and my three year old you know how threeyearold is he kinda runs around he's not watching it whole time but my boys really love that movie and i'm wondering if you tried to make mrs doubtfire now would everybody come back and say oh my.
"billy madison" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"I'm a i'm a grown caskey franco's i think he's so good of football his sixty nine stuffers absurd is just like a biggest meet at in history say he's like billy madison you very billy madison asked that guy he so good football but i don't i didn't think that billy madison would do that to a guy like i didn't think rob drunk housekeeper woods who that so a guy that was very angry cheap that was a cheap shot he chairs cheap shot though it guys let alone hitting guy from behind hitting a guy from behind who's on the ground like laying down that's a wild move awhile it's how about the case case give them definitely sort assault you can't be like of below 500 quarterback your entire career in an so you're saying is the devil went down georgia yes he was looking for so to steal the he was in a bind he was way behind he was looking to make a deal so what you're saying that a scheme he said hammani now i like to play the ball and devastates said sit on down son them teach you how to make the call imagine if that is what happened because he is parking lights out and he's one of the most basic locomotive operas on earth he looks like he could be like related to me like hundreds are basic dude who's out there rush entirely bridgewater the big dictators just waiting but remember those uses you ever see the picture now rilya hammer time yeah taiji see you had of see that yeah hung like a move moves from the fucking behind the window hung like a moves from the window backer.
"billy madison" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Graduates out there and i want to make sure that there is actual graduate if you graduated college meaning you have to go back to you completed your degree if you graduated high school gay graduate you don't have to go back there's people out there this is one of those things that i don't understand because i don't have kids and i'll never understand because i don't have kids but i was a kid once i didn't graduate kindergarten i passed i think graduate i great i pass i think graduate ii third fourth fifth i agree i passed i passed those greats then graduate many more everything's a everything's this huge stinking celebrate little little tv graduated secretary he passed he graduate security path second great these off the whole graduation think he's still going to go back to that school or go back to our elementary school the next year let me be happier kit past five but not that i swear i thought i thought it was funny when billy madison did it in the movie were every time he passed a great there was a huge party unfortunately that's actually real real life now some parents solid where we go or we need a secondgrade graduation no you don't not everything is an event not everything is an accomplishment drives me crazy and another thing while i'm on it some pair i have an idea that goes back going and at the end of the day i know it's a bad idea i know it's a bad idea because we don't want to have to ask somebody permission to live our lives okay we don't need to ask the government's approval for every little thing we do in our day both some of the stories we had this week i'm edging closer and closer john almost requiring the parents become certified before they become pregnant if you wanna have a kid you need to be a certified perent.