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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"A scene in the church and I'm not spoiling for anyone at the very end When we see this church that we know is an all white church and we know from earlier scenes is sparsely attended But in this scene as communist past up and down the aisles the aisles slowly fill in all of a sudden space that we're empty in the long shots are falling the closeups and one by one just about everyone who's been in the movie winds up in the pews all sharing communion This beautiful but heart wrenching scene is a kind of dream that people have of what America could be if we could only live in peace What's striking about the film and what makes it also a tragedy is that Benton makes no effort to tell us how we come that in me Interesting 1983 I was about to call it a John lander's film is on your list It's actually an Eddie Murphy film directed by John Landis Trading places two men rich poor switch lives What are they discover about class capital and democracy The reason they switch places that this kid who's born to wealth of Dan Aykroyd character whose name is Louis winthorpe the third and Billy Ray Valentine a black guy who lives on vice wits on the street They switch places because the duke brothers played brilliantly you know by Donnie miji and Ralph Bellamy who are fabulously wealthy make this bet what they're betting on is the trying to figure out whether success is a matter of nature or nurture and one of them says it's the nature and one of them says it's nurture That is Don amici says it's and Bellamy says it's all the advantages you have And so they say they're going to switch the two of them and they arrange things so that Billy Ray Valentine the streetwise character played by Murphy ends up helping to run their investment house and Dan Aykroyd's character gets in trouble for drugs He's disgraced He's forced to live on the street and the question is well he turned to a life of crime and how well will Billy Ray Valentine run the investment house And of course the movie takes sides because Valentine actually runs the place brilliantly He's really good once you realize that it's just a bookmaking operation after all So they sit man they patent Instagram and sell sell Because they don't want to lose all in money right They are panicking right now I can feel it They out there If anything look at me He's right whatever My God look at it And Dan Aykroyd Lewis wouldn't work the third does fall into a life of crime It's nurture It's effort It's environment that those are the things that lead to success as opposed to the genes It's important to the mythos of American democracy that its effort and environment instead of genes that lead success because even now with all the problems we've had we deeply need to believe that anybody in principle given the right advantages can make it to the top Steve at el Carter Yale law whose novels include the emperor of ocean park the impeachment of Abraham Lincoln and back channel Thanks so much Talk to you soon I hope It's been a real pleasure Thank you very much.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

09:24 min | 5 months ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Slate Money

"I mean. I think you know the kim family. I don't know as you said emily. I don't know what the park family father does. It's unclear if he's like great his job or not. You know it's it doesn't really matter boat. Do think it's really interesting that the kim family is very talented and the daughter photo shops the thing and they have this way of basically like code switching themselves into this more upper crusty like the sun has not finished college but he has no trouble convincing someone that he's fit to be a tutor you know and he's coaching own parents on houses. Good yeah exactly. And he coaches his father like on the level of emotion to bring as the chauffeur like interviewing. And you know. There's a lot of talent there they really you know. They all have something going for them. The father is an excellent driver. The mother is an olympic level. Shot putter or whatever it was. That's right you want a medal for her country. She's amazing okay. They have been gifted by bone juninho with an abundance of skills. In a way that is it feels like he's kind of putting a thumb on the scales right because that is not necessarily like a lot of people in that situation just you know to know full of their own have no ability to suddenly accumulate that level of sophistication and skill saying what are you saying. I'm saying that. I'm saying that the parks right. I'm saying that. The parks of accumulated zero skills between them right and have to be parents difficult on the sevens while the servants like you know. Have positively protestant levels of industriousness and technique and they have great griffiths and they have amazing language bills. They can deal with four year old kids and they can drive mercedes and they can do world level sports like you know. It's it's a very stark distinction. Yes and you find it not believable. Nothing and the movie is believable. But it's a parable right. That's what it is yes. I think it's completely accurate as a parable to have skills without access. That's the story of everything is totally exists. It totally happens. It would also no skills back woman in america. This is this is. This is accurate. Yeah i mean. We just need to look to ivanka trump. And but what i was going to say is. It's interesting to me that this movie which is so perceptive about class which portrays the kim family poor family in such a great in as really smart and skilled and hard working as i believe most low income people who are trapped in the lower classes in america our. But it's interesting that it took a korean filmmaker showing korean society and how stratified the class structure is to be a hit in the us. And i'm wondering like a movie like this doesn't get made the same way in the. Us like in the us. The poor family wouldn't be portrayed in that way like you're talking about. I don't think felix where they're are like super smart and hardworking and scrappy like there's always some other weird elements of lake racism and classism. That get kind of missed up in there. I just think it's notable that this takes place in korea and not in the us right. The one that brought to mind as i mentioned earlier was trading places right definitely you know the smartest guy in the film is the panelists black guy. Billy ray valentine who turns out to be the sort of hero. We must mind if the whole thing. It is a trove in american movies. But it's not it's never quite as cutting as and in the american movie. The poor family would be victorious. Like the fantasy ending would have been the real ending. If this was an american hollywood story right they would be able to pull themselves up by their bootstraps. But this movie is just like no. That's not how it works. Which i don't think they could have done it if it was an american film necessarily because if you have that level of cunning and intelligence and fundamental goodness in an american movie that needs to be rewarded somehow in the end with. Yeah because we have a myth of protestant work ethic and industriousness. Here that we feel the need to perpetuate the slogan Sort of emotional heart of the movie happens at the shelter where they wind up after their flooded out. And mr kim says to his kid basically the only plan the ever works is no plan because if you make a planet so we're gonna get fucked up. We're not rich enough to be able to afford lands. The plans for the rich basically. That is so true though. I think of that a lot with like financial planning and like everyone needs to save for retirement. And don't look at your investments and then that's for rich people like other people need to spend their money right away. You can't afford to have a long-term financial plan for your retirement. You're living paycheck to paycheck. Plans really aren't definitely are for the rich kindness. Implants right yeah. And i mean i think also just the fact that like the thing that does the man is this kind of will call it an act of god. You know the rain which is nobody's fault but effects these two families very differently is also just again. The pandemic like hurricane katrina like anything that you can think of where the inequality becomes a recognizable crisis level. Even though it's been there all along. And i think that's part of the like you can't make plans you know because at any moment like it could rain too hard and you can be homeless. What i mean. Then it's example of structural inequality too because it's everywhere. The rich people live up high and the poor people live down though. And you literally see that in the rain sequence as they're running back to their house they just keep going downstairs lower and lower and lower and lower until they're like going through it. The water is like up to their chests. You know it's like and then the next day but the parks come home and they're like actually. It was great but it rained because it really liked cleared away the pollution. Such a beautiful day today. And it's just like you know and and it's all baked in and the same thing in hurricane katrina new orleans. All the rich people lived you know in like the garden district high up and the poor people live lower down got flooded out so i mean it's all been the way of the rich and poor for millennia. We read that book about plagues and viruses. And yes the charles. Kenny book and there is that bit about malaria. In the colonies and rich people didn't get malaria as much because they lived higher up so there weren't as many mosquitoes around for the poorer classes and they also drank tonics and the tonic water. Had quinine in it and so like they didn't get diseases. It's so easy. Literally in the case of at least three quarters of the bug family effortless to live this life of complete insulation from harm and until some crazy headline grabbing news event happens. I don't know if you remember. But when the kim's are having their party the parks have gone camping. Mrs kim says to her husband the husbands kind of like bragging and like imagining they could actually live in this house. And the will marry into the family blah blah blah and. The wife says to the poor husband mr kim. She's like give me a break. What if the parks came home right. Now what would you do. It would be like turning on the light and the cockroaches scatter underneath back into the shadows. She literally says that to him and he gets really upset. Which yes first of all telegraphs you exactly. What's about to happen. Did not notice that. The first time i watched it and then second of all i don't know he got really mad when she said that tim and then they played it off like he was joking. But i kind of felt like it was foreshadowing. What comes later. When mr park in the awful last seen kind of sniffs the air because he can smell mr kim smelling it sets him off. It's like the humiliation of being compared to a cockroach or being you know described as smelling badly like someone who rides the subway. He's like right on the edge of that humiliation. We need to talk about smell. Dodi tell me about the role of smell in this movie. I think there are a lot of different things going on you. Know they don't even shut their windows when the fumigation comes through because it's free fumigations so of course they're going to have some kind of smell like they're living on the edge you know i mean i think the scene the emily's talking about is also like it has the layer of the unspoken layer. Which is that the daughter would never marry like the tutor there. They wouldn't allow it and the fact that each set of parents is looking out for their children but there will never be upward mobility for the kim's and their kids are not only still living with them but not even marriage is a possible. You know what. I mean like a possible way out into some generational wealth. I think is super interesting but the smell i think is just. It's simple as it is symbolism for the dirty unwashed masses. But i also think i mean they live in this glass house and they have all the fruit plates..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

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So get your nutrition from nature with wild alaskan company and right now you can get fifteen dollars off your first box of premium seafood when you visit wild alaskan company dot com slash money. So that's wild. Alaskan company dot com slash money for fifteen dollars off your first box dishes. Fish also i mean. I think you know the kim family. I don't know as you said emily. I don't know what the park family father does. It's unclear if he's like great his job or not. You know it's it doesn't really matter boat. Do think it's really interesting that the kim family is very talented and the daughter photo shops the thing and they have this way of basically like code switching themselves into this more upper crusty like the sun has not finished college but he has no trouble convincing someone that he's fit to be a tutor you know and he's coaching his own parents on houses. Good yeah exactly. And he coaches his father like on the level of emotion to bring as the chauffeur like interviewing. And you know there's a lot of talent there they really. They all have something going for them. The father is an excellent driver. The mother is an olympic level. Shot putter or whatever it was. That's right you wanna medal for her country. She's amazing okay. They have been gifted by bone juninho with an abundance of skills. In a way that is it feels like he's kind of putting a thumb on the scales right because that is not necessarily like a lot of people in that situation just you know to know full of their own have no ability to suddenly accumulate that level of sophistication and skill saying what are you saying. I'm saying that. I'm saying that the parks right. I'm saying that. The parks of accumulated zero skills between them right and have to be parents difficult on the sevens while the servants like you know. Have positively protestant levels of industriousness and technique and they have great griffiths and they have amazing language bills. They can deal with four year old kids and they can drive mercedes and they can do world level sports like you know. It's it's a very stark distinction. Yes and you find it not believable. Nothing and the movie is believable. But it's a parable right. That's what it is yes. I think it's completely accurate as a parable to have skills without access. That's the story of everything is totally exists. It totally happens. It would also no skills back woman in america. This is this is. This is accurate. Yeah i mean. We just need to look to ivanka trump. And but what i was going to say is. It's interesting to me that this movie which is so perceptive about class which portrays the kim family poor family in such a great in as really smart and skilled and hard working as i believe most low income people who are trapped in the lower classes in america our. But it's interesting that it took a korean filmmaker showing korean society and how stratified the class structure is to be a hit in the us. And i'm wondering like a movie like this doesn't get made the same way in the. Us like in the us. The poor family wouldn't be portrayed in that way like you're talking about. I don't think felix where they're are like super smart and hardworking and scrappy like there's always some other weird elements of lake racism and classism. That get kind of missed up in there. I just think it's notable that this takes place in korea and not in the us right. The one that brought to mind as i mentioned earlier was trading places right definitely you know the smartest guy in the film is the panelists black guy. Billy ray valentine who turns out to be the sort of hero. We must mind if the whole thing. It is a trove in american movies. But it's not it's never quite as cutting as and in the american movie. The poor family would be victorious. Like the fantasy ending would have been the real ending. If this was an american hollywood story right they would be able to pull themselves up by their bootstraps. But this movie is just like no. That's not how it works. Which i don't think they could have done it if it was an american film necessarily because if you have that level of cunning and intelligence and fundamental goodness in an american movie that needs to be rewarded somehow in the end with. Yeah because we have a myth of protestant work ethic and industriousness. Here that we feel the need to perpetuate the slogan Sort of emotional heart of the movie happens at the shelter where they wind up after their flooded out. And mr kim says to his kid basically the only plan the ever works is no plan because if you make a planet so we're gonna get fucked up. We're not rich enough to be able to afford lands. They plans for the rich basically. That is so true though. I think of that a lot with like financial planning and like everyone needs to save for retirement. And don't look at your investments and then that's for rich people like other people need to spend their money right away. You can't afford to have a long-term financial plan for your retirement. You're living paycheck to paycheck. Plans really aren't definitely are for the rich kindness. Implants right yeah. And i mean i think also just the fact that like the thing that does the man is this kind of will call it an act of god. You know the rain which is nobody's fault but effects these two families very differently is also just again. The pandemic like hurricane katrina like anything that you can think of where the inequality becomes a recognizable crisis level. Even though it's been there all along. And i think that's part of the like you can't make plans you know because at any moment like it could rain too hard and you can be homeless. You know what i mean. Then it's example of structural inequality too because it's everywhere. The rich people live up high and the poor people live down though. And you literally see that in the rain sequence as they're running back to their house they just keep going downstairs lower and lower and lower and lower until they're like going through it. The water is like up to their chests and then the next day but the parks come home and they're like actually. It was great but it rained because it really liked cleared away the pollution. Such a beautiful day today. And it's just like you know and and it's all baked in and the same thing in hurricane katrina new orleans. All the rich people lived you know in like the garden district high up and the poor people live lower down got flooded.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on KPCC

"Number one. He hates bright lights. We know that You gotta keep him out of the sunlight. And there are these rules about caretaking. The mog y one of which is you can't get him wet. Don't give him any water to drink. Whatever you do, don't give him a bath. Get him what they become monsters. Do not do that hilarity ensues. I just love it. I love that. I love the like seductress Gremlin with the big lips in the red lipstick. Remember her? That was funny. It's like thinking about this. Merv's like Smurfette like, Well, there's one Lady version. All right, Bob, you got that one. Okay. Last quote. This is a great one. OK, Pork belly prices have been dropping all morning, which means that everybody is waiting for it to hit rock bottom so they can buy low. Which means that the people who own the pork belly contracts are saying, Hey, we're losing all our damn money and Christmas is around the corner. And I ain't gonna have no money to buy my son that g I, Joe with the kung fu grip and my wife ain't gonna f My wife is going to make love to me if I got no money. Okay, uh, thistles the holiday film than Eddie Murphy film. I was just going to ask if it's Eddie Murphy. Come on. Come on. Was that called the one where they do? Stock market stuff? Come on. I can see it. I just can't remember the title. One of you Just Google it a seriously screw g thing. Trade trade. Oh, trading places? Yes, Raiding. They were They were trading money. Yes, I got it. So that quote comes from Eddie Murphy playing the character Billy Ray Valentine and the classic 1983 film Trading places. The movie's all about this high class commodities broker played by Dan Ackroyd. In this poor street hustler played by Eddie Murphy, who become part of a bet where they switch places and see how they do. It's a good film full of so many great one.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Number one. He hates bright lights. We know that You gotta keep him out of the sunlight. And there are these rules about caretaking. The mog y one of which is you can't get him wet. Don't give him any water to drink. Whatever you do, don't give him a bath. Get him what they become monsters. Do not do that hilarity ensues. I just love it. I love that. I love the like seductress Gremlin with the big lips in the red lipstick. Remember her? That was funny. It's like thinking about this. Merv's like Smurfette like, Well, there's one Lady version. All right, Bob, you got that one. Okay. Last quote. This is a great one. OK, Pork belly prices have been dropping all morning, which means that everybody is waiting for it to hit rock bottom so they can buy low. Which means that the people who own the pork belly contracts are saying, Hey, we're losing all our damn money and Christmas is around the corner. And I ain't gonna have no money to buy my son that g I, Joe with the kung fu grip and my wife ain't gonna f My wife is going to make love to me if I got no money. Welcome thistles. The holiday film than Eddie Murphy film. I was just going to ask if it's Eddie Murphy. Come on. Come on. Was that called the one where they do? Stock market stuff? Come on. I can see it. I just can't remember the title. One of you just Google it a seriously screw G thing. Trade trade. Oh, trading places. Yeah. Trading they were They were trading money. Yes, I got it. So that quote comes from Eddie Murphy playing the character Billy Ray Valentine and the classic 1983 film Trading places. The movie's all about this high class commodities broker played by Dan Ackroyd. In this poor street hustler played by Eddie Murphy, who become part of a bet where they switch places and see how they do. It's a good film full of so many great one liners..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Other little gremlins number one. He hates bright lights. We know that You gotta keep him out of the sunlight. And there are these rules about caretaking. The mog y one of which is you can't get him wet. Don't give him any water to drink. And whatever you do, don't get my bath. Get him what they become monsters. Do not do that hilarity ensues. I just love it. I love that. I love the like seductress Gremlin with the big lips in the red lipstick. Remember her? That was funny. It's like thinking about this. Merv's like Smurfette like, Well, there's one Lady version. All right, Bob, you got that one. Okay. Last quote. This is a great one. OK, Pork belly prices have been dropping all morning, which means that everybody is waiting for it to hit rock bottom so they can buy low. Which means that the people who own the pork belly contracts are saying, Hey, we're losing all our damn money and Christmas is around the corner And I ain't gonna have no money to buy my son The G I, Joe with the Kung fu grip, and my wife ain't gonna f My wife is going to make love to me if I got no money. What? Uh This is a holiday film than Eddie Murphy film. I was just going to ask if it's Eddie Murphy. Come on. Come on. What was that? Called the one where they do Stock market stuff. Come on. I can see it. I just can't remember the title. One of you just Google it a seriously screwed anything. Trey trade. Oh, trading places? Yes, Raiding They were they were trading money. Got it. So that quote comes from Eddie Murphy playing the character Billy Ray Valentine and the classic 1983 film Trading places. The movie's all about this high class commodities broker played by Dan Ackroyd. In this poor street hustler played by Eddie Murphy, who become part of a bet where they switch places and see how they do. It's a good film full of so many great one liners. Yeah, you know, it occurs to me that the best way you heard rich people's by turn them into poor people. Go watch it, and you don't need to know what commodities are to enjoy it exact and they're definitely going to revoke my critics standing there not knowing that I can't believe I couldn't come up with the title. It's okay. It's something I will say. It looks like feels like and confirm this from the team. I think Adi swept the game. No bonds are gremlins for sure. All right. How soon they forget. Now, I don't feel bad about forgetting a movie. That's 30 years old. Now. I don't feel that at all. And I will say I gave Adi some help to get that last 300.0 for sure. Yeah, I don't even really want the point. It feels dirty. Wow, look at you. Moral compass. Well on that note Who won? Who said that? The listeners one who said that? Because they hated you probably screaming at the radio telling us what the answers. Were there very obvious. I love it. Well, Audie Bob, this has been a delight. Audie Cornish, host of NPR's All things considered and The new podcast. Consider this. And Bob Mondello, NPR's long time. Well loved film critic. Thank you both for being here I am going to go break down this home studio and sit by the front door, hoping that Mariah Carey comes to sing some Christmas carols. I think if I just keep saying, that is my desire for the holidays. I think she's coming to my house, right. Wow. Wow, because I love caroling so much. Well, now I know how I'm going to spend Christmas Eve. Knocking on doors that I just mean one, Mr Bob Mondello. If you sing to me, it'll all be worth it. I'm terrible and singing those. So I'll be.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

Blitz Sports World Podcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All right. After those Dodgers Padres yank it was you know, when I asked $10 bet on the Astros on the money line, they got up 7 to 4. And like the eighth inning, it was $10. It was going to pay 19. They were offering these 16 59 to cash out. I had a little gut feeling like you know what? This is enough for me. I cashed out, so I took $10 and turn it into $16.60. And look what happened. Right? And I was speaking earlier, too. Like the big picture stuff some of our listeners right now, in terms of the value of fuses the look. You know, I've said this since day one. I It is those back. We talked about this trading places. The legendary movie. Of Eddie Murphy, Dan Accurate and Randolph in Mortimer, explaining Billy Ray Valentine. What they do with Billy Ray Valentine. First comment was Sounds to me like you guys are a couple bookie with its trading market. I mean, you hear guys out here they bought summat three sold some of 3.5. You know, they talk like it's a commodity and essentially is so like I have three laptops out and I have a five TV man cave and you got your day trader essentially and a lot of these guys have the similar setups. And if you're playing the market, you're creating position. And I have a buddy who's out here. Professional better. Yes, he used to work at the Merc in Chicago back in the day many years ago, and he just looked at it like the same concept and derivative trading for those who are in the finance world, like creating your own props. You're taking stuff is not, it is not as buying areas like buying and selling stocks. If you're creating portfolio and leverage and heading position, and that's what these crops are doing like For example, I pouted LeBron minus 1 15 minus $2 away. M v p. I can playback Miami. I can play back 85 or six the one managing your portfolio you basically created. Ah! Derivative and you took you head your position in this case, such a binary outcome. If you win or lose in baseball on because they had no clock. It's hard to project. What can happen in his baseball crazy like that right now. I got to tell you to move your position around. I did, and I took a little bit of profit had I struggle stayed with it. I would have lost but had I stayed with it. They would have wanted was worth an extra $2. I can't begin to tell you the dirty names that Chris Black and Adam of dollar were calling me. Throughout the course of that game for cashing out a $10 bet for $16.59, but well, you know what you also did You have the fact that this and you don't have to pay the handy man to come and fix the hole in your wall that you would've punched their law Nobody ever got But it's your own and you know what you can sometimes play back half and since they put up a line between every pitch, you gotta play back half and let's say the Astros. Excuse me, the A's Cracked a couple more runs across. Then you can head Maura now, not in the same payout of plus 16 50. But here, at least, you're just it's not that simple of yea or nay, you have a million options. You bet on the AIDS to score that inning. Right. So if you're in the seventh inning or whatever it is, you're up seven. Whatever you Khun, You could bet on them to score that inning. Or maybe, plus score over. 2.5 runs that inning at like 5 to 1 or whatever, and still try to hit both create kind of middle of the hall. And and just different. You can kind of thread the needle right after after this water will talk about his fantasy football team than his golf game. Let's let's get some winners for our listeners. I mean, we've been talking for 10 minutes here, and we know I like the first half under. I'm about to play that on draftkings so Let's talk about the rest of the NFL slate. First of all the New England game is that is that still on Abed Herbal game, and is there anything you could take advantage of, because they're not practicing if the game goes off? Right. So that game is off the board, as is the Tennessee Buffalo Game Titans game or lightly to be postponed last canceled, So that's off the board, actually, a couple of places the Baltimore game. Is off the board. But that injury related thing with Lamar Jackson Baltimore's hosting Cynthy, and that game has been off the boards. So a lot of moving pieces in this but we kind of knew this. Obviously, we got a taste. With it with the baseball season, the non bubble sports that we kind of knew to expect the unexpected and certain books had different sort of options. They don't like refunding tickets at all so like this year Like the Patriots game last week, was supposed to be on Sunday that moved on Monday. In the old days, some fine printed books would say, you know, game has to be played the same then you on the same day here is like anything goes so all those tickets that were like chief's minus seven, even though they closed is a 12 point favor with the Q B switch. Those letters just got lucky. You got a good number of the other people, Maybe throughout the course of a season will come out wash. But right now, those two games are off the board as the Baltimore game because of the unknown status of Lamar Jackson. He's one of those valuable guys. The point spread among the top players. Holmes is up there. Russell Wilson's up there. The oddsmakers early in the week are taking things a little bit more cautiously. What about some of these huge spreads between teams? I do you like Which games? Do you like most? I mean, I'm seeing one games. 11.5 another game. 7.5 another games. 12. Another game. 7.5 another games nine another games nine. To me, It seems like there's so many big numbers that you've taken advantage of any of those. Well, it's hard because you're basically what we like to call it paying attack and that and that's the problem. You have to pay a tax on these scenes because the Giants and Jets looks so bad, I mean the cowboy's heir own for eight. The only when they got out right with that ridiculous come back against the Falcons and the onside kick, yet they're laying nearly double digits. Now they're playing the Giants, who haven't scored a touchdown in three games or whatever it is, so they've been ridiculous. Now. The jet Are hosting a team that lost back to back games. But they're getting seven. But the Jets are relegated to Joe Flacco. But the line didn't move a ton with the news from Donald Flacco and And Waddle. Second go talk about Caesar's. I think this is a Caesar weekend. I think you have the right situations where you can go through those numbers of 73 that I talked about so you could take Arizona down the one You take the Steelers down the one at home against the Eagles, I thought caught a huge break with Nick Mullen just being terrible. Last week. Eagles made some plays. But come on that they should not have won that game and we also got a Kirk cousins alert on prime time. He's on the road Sunday night at Seattle. Now the CEO of a defense so bad I can't lay the seven because the Vikings have some weapons, but always the one in the Beezer. So I guess I asked you this bottle. Are we being duped? With Arizona's opening win? Lucky, and we're being cool that they're keep thinking. They're a good team because they lost back to back weeks at home to Detroit and then on the road to Carolina. You know, I like Cuyler Murray on I like the addition of DeAndre Hopkins and early on they have been really exciting. I think that they're still finding their way and defensively. Obviously, they've got to get a whole lot better. But I wouldn't go away from just yet. I think there is still trying to define who they are. But I think they're they're a team that I would probably personally stay away from..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"He played the blind guy with no legs at the cops grabbed under the arms of picked him up and he's like my legs. Yeah Young Eddie Murphy is pretty good they also said nothing you have ever experienced can prepare you for the unbridled Bryant carded. You're about to witness. And that's when they were showing Eddie Murphy how the markets work that was pretty good most unrealistic seen. I mean the whole movie was incredibly served. So it's hard to pick up. I thought Aykroyd going down so quickly going to jail. The IRS freezing his assets that would never rapid those little overtop. Here's the other thing. So they they take Eddie Murphy they clean him up they give them a nice suit and they tell him he can live and Dan Ackroyd pad with the Butler and all and he told me he's got all this money now so the first thing he does is he takes. His looney goes to the bar that he used to frequent in. He tells Evan for the bar to come back to his house in the immediately party and that is such an eighties thing. Where all all the sudden party just comes out of nowhere and these women who are at the Party are dancing and all of a sudden you just take a tops off? That's kind of thing like in the eighties. There was just random. uh-huh topless woman for no apparent reason whatsoever. You meet in movies. Yes in the Nineteen Eighty S. I would say that sort of age. Or there's just weird like there was a lot of. It made no sense. Yeah Yeah there's a lot of like gratuitous new at nudity. Yes that was totally unnecessary and yeah the party scene. I thought was a little over the top but again this is an over the top movies. We you have to kind of go in just knowing that best character. I mean it's got to be Eddie Murphy Right. He was so good every he was just. Yes I I saw I had billy Ray Valentine but I would say more broadly Eddie Murphy. How about the scene on the train where he opens the cart and he's like Mary New Year? I mean honestly the I give a special mention to the brothers to those guys played the rich. They jerk a hole old white guys. They played that perfectly else. For best character we agree. They're worse acting I to think about this but it hit me and it wasn't even close. Dan Accords girlfriend was terrible Yes the rich girlfriend who leaves him. And maybe that's the point but she was only in one other movie so she did not have a big career all right. What was your favorite scene? I guess when they bail Eddie Murphy out of jail and they pick them up and he's sitting in the Limo in between the two of them and and they're introducing themselves and he goes. Hey more what it is. He taps the driver on the shoulder and goes. What's going on here like I don't? I don't believe this I loved it. I mean the best seen not necessarily seen but just the whole last half hour where they start showing the traders in. Doesn't that just still kind of like the boiler room stuff we talked about before calling someone up and getting the stock that way. Just the fact that you'd have hundreds of traders yelling at each other in writing out tickets and then they would. Somehow they would somehow work as a way to keep Barca's functioning properly. How did that ever happened that there had to be so many mistakes made back then right? Didn't you write post a while ago about the backlog in nineteen sixty two and this happened all the time right where they were still like matching orders seven at night right and I'm sure that there was like well. You messed up before so I always wanted the future. I'm sure there was a lot of that going on. But as far as the customer client getting the best execution though spreads had to be just enormous norm ass- and had to be just terrible. How that whole thing works? It's just kind of crazy. The guys in the coach yelling at each other but I thought one of the underrated scenes was when the bell rings for the market market to open in the bathroom stall doors. All open at the exact same time and all the guys rush out of the stall to run out to the trading. So were they doing drugs in there. What did you read into that? I guess I didn't read it too much. I didn't know if they were doing a pre game or doing drugs. That's that's a good point in also. The other great scene was when so they've Eddie Murphy and Dan ackroyd finally decide to team up and they're gonNA take the dukes down through the concentrated orange juice market which that was such a perfect one for the movie right that they decided to take the OJ. Markdown but they get together and they take the car to the trading floor and they're going to execute their grand vision and take down the Dukes and take this. OJ report and again. Another car and Dan Ackroyd gives him the speech on the way into the trading floor. About what it's going.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on V103

V103

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on V103

"Their team apply today. Careers dot homedepot dot com. That's careers dot homedepot dot com. The Home Depot is an equal opportunity, male female veteran. Disabled, employer Chicago weather, cloudy with rain, high of fifty two currently it's raining and forty six degrees. That's what's happening. I'm Perry Williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the Steve Harvey morning show on three. Good morning, everybody. I'm gonna do throwback opening, if you don't mind. When you think of. Got to get it on your mind. When you think of. Got it giddy. Don't you Matt? Where are you? Oh, god. Getting your man. To Eddie Murphy. Great Eddie Murphy. Billy Ray Valentine in the bath, too. When the two rich body to the house shifted. Oh, that's to solve. He was saying any trading places. We think. Gotta get it on..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All that? Now, this is one of the fastest growing money-making industries in our country pot, and the very young men who very yard were trying to make money doing the same thing. Trying to make the best grand felons for life arts convicted. From the economic opportunities that are now available because of this new industry. So part of what has to happen policies in place. He was a prosecutor and actually do the work of saying that some of those young men should be first in line to get the jobs that are. Wild the jobs that are available in the marijuana industry that they're felony conviction to not be the barrier to them having employment in an industry that they were part of the industry. Oh, how June honestly? This is today's. They all say Republican crowds. Don't do a lot. We're we're thinking looking listening maybe learning coming to conclusions. Not a lot of woo Debbie ever. Would you don't seem like a word to me? You know, I think it probably was from time to time put out a woo every now and then I'm thinking she just moved right now. She just would also Campbell Harris yesterday calls for third gender option on federal ID's. Which reminds me today is bring your daughters and sons to work day across the nation. And you know, it used to be bring your daughters to work day. Then somebody said isn't that kind of sexist you just bring your daughters, and they said, well boys have all the advantages Moi's gonna everything for free girls are held back boys. Get and so we had to make it and then bring your daughters to work. Be argument was had for years. And finally said, okay. Okay. Stop wanting. We'll make it bring your daughters and sons to work day. Okay. So you can bring both. Then once that was resolved. Then the democrat said, wait a minute. There are just two genders. What do you mean or two genders you bigot? What about can? We were talking yesterday about how shall as the Ron or the other day. Shirley's the're on the actress she has a seven year old. I don't know what it is. It's a child and she said that her seven year old four years ago came to her and said, I'm not a boy girl or I'm not a girl. I'm a boy, whichever it is. She's my sister and my daughter, and what are you? What are you? What is wrong with you people? But now the three year old apparently said, I can't remember what was that? I'm not a boy or I'm not a girl. It doesn't matter. Does it it really appears to shaking his head? He's like what are you care born a boy mortar by so boy with the boy. And the exterior equipment and all that stuff. And when the boy was three the boy said, I'm not a boy, and she celebrated instead our child is transgender and now at the age of seven, she's the Charlotte's there on has revealed to the world that her son is a daughter. So I can I guess she can bring the kid to work either way. No about no, I don't know that stuff. Oh, we're gonna next year. We're going to have to have your bring your daughter or a son or whatever to work day, then it will be all encompassing and inclusive. It'll be better that way. Because it's bring your daughter and son and whatever to work day just to cover California and parts of the Upper West side of Manhattan camera Harris calls for third gender option on federal ID's. Presidential candidate Senator Kennedy Harris says she supports putting a third gender on federal federal identification cards, the democrat from California naturally back to the idea when asked about it during a town hall in the first in the nation primary state of New Hampshire. It's a simple point. She said there needs to be another category for Democrats. I guess there's like male female the democrat. And I'm open to the idea of doing that. She said, and I think it's a good idea Harris told Fox News and the New Hampshire Concorde's monitor during an interview later in the day. She thinks it's great. It's it's wonderful. You know, we should have three genders because the Democrats are. More screwed up than they used to be honestly. And every now, and then there's but. Why why third one if you're male to female, then you're still only one gender, aren't you? If you're female to male, then you're still only one gender, right? I mean, you know, the Democrats need to put out some kind of program on this because it changes every couple of weeks also. Speaking of which the you know, the countdown. Cock countdown clock to know saving the planet earth that Alex Andrea Cossio Cortes launched twelve years. How long we need to date on that because we need to count down to the twelve year. We have eleven years and eight months eleven years and seven months left, and then there's gonna be no turning back. None. None whatsoever. Here's a great one out of liberals from Portland, Oregon, Portland. Oregon is is a pretty city. The people are the problem Portland. Libs deny woman housing because of her Estra logical sign I'm sorry. What is this? You see this is a safe space for geminis? Who are sometimes the schizophrenic thing is that the the is that the union thing the duality of life here. It is the sub-headline. My concern is that you're a Capra corn. Like, Mr. continental. What does this? Billy Ray Valentine. A woman was denied housing and Portland because she was born a Capra corn, according to screengrabs from the exchange that went viral on Twitter this week. People should stop using the term went viral that should be like banning things, but we should stop using that in rejecting the woman named Christine and unidentified Facebook user explained that the house in question was affectively a safe space for sensitive astrological signs. The housemates were worried that Christine presumably domain natural would press them. The user said my concern is that you're your capital corn. Our main goal is to keep things a gala -tarian without anyone being in charge. Or what is this dumbing DOM? I n g dumbing. She's a dominatrix or something. Dumbing household. The message read using the B D the BBS slang term for dominating say there. It is right there that is a little thing. We don't want you dumbing us because you're a Capra corn. You might tie us up and give us a mummy wrap and whip us or something like that make us write checks. Good checks that whole bad checks. So yesterday. This virgo. Gemini house is a special place where soft mutable signs get to run free on tethered by cardinal authorities. This is what they wrote. This is what they wrote. So it's a group house and they're renting a room, and this woman Christine, she applied to live in the house, and they barred her from living in the house because she's the wrong sign despite her own apparent affinity for entity Owens commented dismissively, I can't even read what a beep in astrology queers in this town or out of control, y'all Riley, Owen, one of the people. Yeah. Air it is she's barred from the house because she's a Catholic run. I think Billy Ray Valentine was a Capricorn wasn't. He. Cavaco? He was Michael was able to come up with that. And no ten no Valentine was definitely a Capricorn. So he wouldn't be allowed to live on us. He seemed like a pretty mellow guy. I don't think he was damning anybody. That's today's democrat party. And this is what they are. That's what they do. These people are completely beserk. Aren't they? Oh, and I have I have an update on update on the I I'm going to stop now because I shouldn't be laughing about this update about the homicide old murder spree by radical Islamic jihadis in in Sri Lanka. And it's crazy. Boy, it's crazy. I'm telling you. But we've learned more about the suicide bombers and interestingly enough, they weren't what the Democrats always say that suicide bombers.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And the very young men who very young are trying to make money doing the same thing. Try to make the best felons for life are convicted from the economic opportunities that are now available because of this new industry. So part of what has to happen policies. I plays. She was a prosecutor and actually do the work of saying that some of those young men should be first in line to get the jobs that are available. While the jobs that are available in the marijuana industry felony convictions to not be to bear your to them having employment in an industry that they were part of the industry. Oh, how June honestly? This is today's. They'll say, woo, Republican crowds. Don't do a lot. We're thinking looking listening maybe learning coming to conclusions. Not a lot of woo Debbie ever. Would you don't seem like a word to me? You know, I thought Victoria, probably was from time to time probably put out a will every now. And then I'm just she just moved right now. Also camera Harris yesterday calls for third gender option on federal ID's. Which reminds me today is bring your daughters and sons to work day across the nation. And you know, it used to be bring your daughters to work day. Then somebody said isn't that kind of sexist you just bring your daughters, and they said, well, boys all the advantages, boys? Get everything for free girls are held back boys. Get an and so we had to make it and then bring her daughters to. And B argument was had for years. And finally said, okay. Okay. Stop wanting. We'll make it bring your daughters and sons to work day. Okay. So you bring both then at once that was resolved democrat said, wait a minute. There are just two genders two genders you bigot. What about can? We were talking yesterday about how shall as the Ron or the other day Shirley's there on the actress she has a seven year old. I don't know what it is. It's a child and she said that her seven year old four years ago, Camden and said, I'm not a boy a girl or I'm not a girl. I'm a boy, whichever it is. She's my sister and my daughter, and what are you? What are you? What is wrong with you people? But now the three year old apparently said, I can't remember what that I'm not a boy, I'm not a girl. It doesn't matter. Does it? It really Mike appears shaking how do you care? Born a boy Morna by so boy with the boy in the exterior equipment and all that stuff. And when the boy was three the boy said, I'm not a boy, and she celebrated and said our child is transgender and now at the age of seven, she's the Charlotte's there on has revealed to the world that her son is a daughter out, can I guess she can bring the kid to work either way about no, I don't know. That's tough call. We're gonna next year. We're gonna have to have your bring your daughter or son or whatever to work day, then it will be all encompassing and inclusive. It'll be better that way. 'cause it's bring your daughter and son and whatever to work day, just to cover California and parts of the Upper West side of Manhattan camera Harris calls for a third gender option on federal ideas. Presidential candidate Senator camera Harris says she supports putting a third gender on federal federal identification cards, the democrat from California naturally back to the idea when asked about it during a town hall in the first in the nation primary state of New Hampshire. It's a simple point. She said there needs to be another category for Democrats. I guess there's like male female the democrat. And I'm open to the idea of doing that. She said, and I think it's a good idea Harris told Fox News and the New Hampshire Concorde's monitor during an interview later in the day. She thinks it's great. It's it's wonderful. You know, we should have three genders because the Democrats are. More screwed up than they used to be. Honestly every now and then there's a bit. But what what why why third one if you're male to female, then you're still only one gender, aren't you? If you're female to male, then you're still only one gender, right? I mean, you know, the Democrats need to put out some kind of program on this because it changes every couple of weeks also speaking, which the, you know, the countdown cock countdown clock to know, saving the planet earth that Alexandria, Cossio Cortez launch twelve years. How long we need to date on that? Because we need the countdown on the Trump here we have eleven years and eight months eleven years and seven months left, and then there's gonna be no turning back. None. None whatsoever. Here's a great one out of liberals from Portland, Oregon, Portland, Oregon as as a pretty city, the people are the problem, Portland. Libs deny woman housing because of her astrological sign. I'm sorry. What is this? You see this is a safe space for geminis? Who are sometimes the schizophrenic thing is that the the the union thing the duality of life here. It is the sub-headline. My concern is that you're a Capra corn. This is like Mr. continental. What does this? Billy Ray Valentine. A woman was denied housing in Portland because she was born a Capra corn, according to screengrabs from the exchange that went viral on Twitter this week people should stop using the term went viral that should be like banning things, but we should just using that in rejecting the woman named Christine and unidentified Facebook user explained that the house in question was affectively a safe space for sensitive astrological signs. The housemates were worried that Christine presumably domain natural would press them. The user said my concern is that your Capra corn. Our main goal is to keep things a gal -tarian without anyone being in charge. Or what is this dumbing DOM? I n g dumbing. She's a dominatrix or something. Dominating the household. The message read using the be the Beedi SM slang term for dominating say there. It is right there that is a little SM thing. We don't want you Da-ming us because you're a Capra corn. You might tie us up and give us a mummy wrap and whip us or something like that make us write checks. Good checks that whole bad checks. So yesterday, this Virgo Jim ni- house is a special place where soft mutable signs to run free on tethered by cardinal authorities. This is what they wrote. This is what they wrote. So it's a group house and they're renting a room and this woman Christine, she applied to live in the house, and they barred her from living in the house because she's the wrong sign despite her own a parent affinity for identity. Owens commented dismissively, I I can't even read what a be in astrology queers in this town or out of control, y'all Riley, Owen, one of the people. Yeah. Air it is she's barred from the house because she's a Kappa. Crown? I think Billy Ray Valentine was a capital KARN. Wasn't. He. Cavaco? He was Michael was able to come up with that at no time. No Valentine was definitely a Catholic. So he wouldn't be allowed to live in that. He seemed like a pretty mellow guy. I don't think he was damning anybody. That's today's democrat party. And this is what they are. That's what they do. These people are completely beserk. Aren't they? Oh, and I have I have an update on the high update on the I I'm going to stop now because I shouldn't be laughing about this update about the homicide murder spree by radical Islamic jihadis in and Sri Lanka. And it's crazy. Boy, it's crazy. I'm telling you. But we've learned more about the suicide bombers and interestingly enough, they weren't what the Democrats always say that suicide bombers.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on V103

V103

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on V103

"P, Henson and Sam Rockwell in theaters everywhere Friday. Steve today's your buddy Eddie Murphy's birthday. So we're gonna play some Eddie Murphy movie character character trivia questions. All right. The number one this character by Jimmy. For you. But you know, tell me knows them all. Yeah. Yeah. We'll we'll ask you first come up. All right. Axel foley. Name the hills cops. Billy Ray Valentine. Graham. I don't have any need. Magas graham. Yeah. Welcome to lavon. Yeah. One of the famous donkey Shrek. Don't you be laying in there? Ready? Reggie haven't Reggie him. Oh, this is same thing. That's. That's. Oh, hold on. He's sitting in the car. Forty eight hours. Haven't. Hamid? Demand. All right quick. Oh, that's a Harlem night. Yes. Rather? All right James thunder early. You might not know this one. Whoa. Oh time. Well, it's Cadillac. Yeah. Got nominated for an Oscar. Yes. Healthy backup Curtis. Yeah. Girls. There you go. All right. Thank you. Batting eight eight for eight. Okay. Here's the last. I love that movie so much all right? The last one, I know, you know, this one. Love party dam. Wall, buddy..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Make something like this up or something or whatever it be. I can't I can't even. Advocate. Well, it turns out Robin Roberts an advocate to. Rather than a journalist? Not that we didn't know this already. She cut fessed up. She didn't mean to pass up yesterday. They're having a left-wing gathering at a hotel in lower Manhattan, Robin Roberts rose invited. She was asked it's been about three weeks and she sat down with jussie smollet of empire who claimed that those evil mega hat wearing white racist. Homophobes recognized him in the middle of the night during an Arctic cold blast in downtown Chicago. They happen to have some rope with them tied in the shape of news. Newsday had a bottle of bleach. Nobody knows why. The most incredible parts, of course, that they recognized him who you who would who would do that. Let's just forget about who would knock him to the ground and beat them up who would recognize him. There's the first read flare in the sky right there. What does the line that you throw it last week? If you go through life wearing rose colored glasses than red flags. Just look like flags. Kind of a good line whose line was that was similar. Bocek horsemen. Yes, you're naturally there. You're gonna okay. Of course, it's a good line. Never comes up with good lines. Like that all the time. I assume I don't know. Robin Roberts gets completely honest about interview with jussie smollet too late. You should have gotten honest when you went into do the interview almost three weeks after Robin Roberts sat down with empire's star jussie smollet regarding his alleged hate crime. She's opening up about how she approached the highly publicized sit down. She said, I'll be completely honest just for a change of pace as an ABC news. Journalists being paid eighteen million dollars a year to be a journalist. She decided just in this one instance, she'd be completely honest, I was like super eighteen million dollars year, she starts sentences with I was like I was like I don't know if I want to do the interview or not she said, I said, I don't want to sit down with them. If he's going to lawyer up, whatever that means she had already been on the TV show as an actress sitting across from Jessie smollet who lawyered up in the episode and she asked her questions in the fictional version of an interview that she conducted with jussie smollet. That's true. That's not even an embellishment. And then I was told he wants to. Speak with you because he was outraged by people making assumptions about whether it happened or not what does that have to do with her? She's got nothing to do with her. But they're gonna pretend that it's got something to do with her. So we'll just and they wanted a softball interview. They wanted a fluffer interview Robbins said Roberts rather said she was promised. She could challenge him on red flags over the alleged racist and homophobic attacks that she said she'd get new information out of him. Well, that didn't actually happen. None of that happened. It was it was a complete fluff job. And and it was a disgrace to journalism. But that's an everyday thing. They said he wants to say things that he has not said, and I'm like here it is again as a journalist as a news person. What does that a new career considering this is news worthy? He's going to go on the record for the first time. Yes, I'll do the interview. What a brave moment. She's writing the script for the made for TV movie about this. I think she said, yes, I'll do the as journalists. I'll do the, but she didn't do the interview as a journalist, and she makes that clear in the next couple of sentences. The interview started two and a half hours later than expected. We figure maybe Jesse had to make a quick trip to the subway to get a foot long. Maybe it was looking for something down at the subway. But trying to be as neutral acknowledge the inherent pressure. She felt to represent the LGBT community. What about the Q Q? I just the LGBT. Now, I got an idea you could represent ABC news 'cause that's another abbreviation kind of like LGBT. But they're the ones that are paying you eighteen million dollars a year to be a journalist you represent ABC news journalists the American people know, it was not to be because she was there to represent LGBTQ Q. She said this is yesterday in New York. I am a black gay woman. He's a black gay, man. Well, does see dough? What do you know? He's saying that there's a hate crime. So if I'm too hard, then my LGBT community is going to say, you don't believe a brother now, the gay people. Call guys brothers. Well, I mean what what does that like the black? People are going to say, you're not believing a brother in the or LGBT, brother and sister, also. So I noticed that Bernie Sanders likes to say, brother and sister. You know, you guys you get back to us when you've sorted out. All of your your psychic, psychological traumas that you're going through. If I'm too hard. My LGBT community is going to say, you don't believe a brother if I'm to light on them. It's like here's like again eighteen million dollars year. Oh because you're in the community. You're giving him a pass. Well, you gave him a pass. So I guess you're in the community and at ABC this is fine because it's rock, paper scissors. You know, what Trump's what Trump's LGBT or ABC, and it seems pretty obvious that LGBT trumped ABC. She says it was a no win situation for me. So you gave him a pass now later on. They said stories came out that people behind the scenes at ABC were grumbling. Well, we knew there were red flags all over the place before the interview was ever done. Really? Because none of them came up during the fake interview that you fluffer is did honestly is that right? You're in a situation. I hear I'm not her agent or anything. But let me give a little advice to Robin Roberts. Here's the wind for you, go as a journalist not as an activist go as journalists not as an activist. You can always fall back on that QE. Like Billy Ray Valentine, you'll always have that. You'll always have yourself. Just be yourself. They can't take that away from you. You can be a black woman. You can be LGBT see that. She's a three for she's a woman. She's what she's black and she's LGBTQ. And that's why she makes three million dollars a year more than George Stephanopoulos. Also because of height they're the two things. Those are the two things that but honestly, Robin go in as a journalist not as an activist not as a black person. Not as a woman. Not as a gay woman goes journalists next time, and that way, no one can really get on anything because you were doing your job, you're doing the right thing. But that's not what happened. See she gave in she she became an activist and journalist, and she is in as much as admitting that here, she said people are looking at the interview through the eyes of how do you not know, she recalled, well, I knew I'm maybe I'm just a lot smarter than you. Are you probably went to Harvard? I did the interview forty-eight hours before then. Well, what are you doing hours days before you air? The interviews are days before you air them. I do the interview forty eight hours before then had I had that information or knew what the brothers were alleging. Heck? Yeah. She says heck, yeah. Like Hillary Clinton. Heck? Yeah. I would have asked him about it. I knew about it. I knew about it before you went. And did the interview I had all the questions. I saw the red flags. So don't play that sliding line where we have to go back and investigate stuff. The attackers are never found. How will you be able to heal?.

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"You mentioned something that is a way to quantify things digital downloads. How core late ahead. The winners of these categories for specifically song of the year, Ben correlated to the most digital downloads in this era in that's not usually direct correlation. But I will say that that was part of I think the downloads and the overall popularity was part of what started the movement around Bruno Mars last year is because at some point. And this has always been my argument. Like, I'm the first to admit Taylor swift can't swint can't sing don't come at me swift. He's real with like, she can't sing. I think she writes good songs for her audience your life. It's I I know I know I'm sorry. I'm sorry swifty. But I will say this as to her base there. You say she she does. And but I have voted for her in the past for Grammy's. Because when you think about hey, you made the most recognizable record of the entire year. That's gonna live on for the next thirty years as the as the the moment of this that has count for something. You create memories for the. Most people like I think that there has to be some recognition of commercial success doesn't always mean that you stink. And sometimes I think the Grammy's lose aside with that. So should van Halen jump be like an honorary member because they play it at every NBA game. It was a jump ball. Maybe I maybe I'm still mad at the fact that I remember best new artists when I was a kid and boys to men like was so huge that right? And what's his name that did walk in a Memphis one? Instead, and I can't even think of his name of top my head was like a Google it while I wanted to say a lot more. So it's not it's it's walking. And Memphis, riveting podcasters. I is I look on your the music. I know it sounds to me like you guys a couple of bookies Marc Cohn Marc Cohn walked and so Martin cone yet won a best new artist in a year where boys demented gone like everywhere. And they crushed it. And I looked at it. I was like that doesn't make any sense like walk in Memphis was a good song. But my God boys to men like they created something that is still living to this day on an entire. Record more like sometimes, I think the Grammys just gets too cool for themselves. That's all for those wondering that was Bob Lee's voice that general one of the founding fathers of ESPN voiced all the drops for my podcast behind the nets because we couldn't afford the licensing of movie quotes and things like that. So we just had bobbly voice everything that is the Billy Billy Ray. Valentine Eddie Murphy, Bob Lee, the voice of journalism before we get out of here in general as we really broken nothing gambling long shots here. But I I will say you, and I are both raiders fans. If you were putting odds see high time that together on where they play next year. Do you do you have sounds like the bay area where week late on this? Right otherwise. Yeah. But now news is coming out the the forty Niners may not allow it. And there's like a region thing where there's a there's a non compete. You can't play like in my mind. I'm sitting there saying can they all just swallow the egos and for one year. Split levi's. Like just put the state of Santa Clara San Francisco who was going to a sorry. I thought the raiders went into the baseball. But still looking I'm like that makes us they don't want the geographical sharing. I mean in my mind, just put them both in Levi's for one. Why should the raiders play? Nice per se. Excuse me. Why should the Niners play? Nice. They shouldn't other than the fact that the NFL raiders go to San Diego, but the NFL helped pay for that stadium. So the NFL could come in and say, hey, we fronted a little money out of it. I would say I'd take the long shot odds at the raiders plane, San Diego it. It'd be pretty pretty good for that. You so strange already a strange the chargers LA. I'm not used to it. Are you all in on the Vegas raters, by the way? Yeah. Yeah. Well, so I left to go back east to school when the year the raiders left..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"There's very few drops at allow me to take a swig of water while I'm on the air that one certainly does that. So that's that's clearly an aloe K and very honest of you. Basically, everyone here on this on this revision. But Stephen Smith picked the Rams we all picked eating Keyshawn who went back, right? Like didn't early in the week. He went on. He went on with Stephen and said that he was picking the paycheck. And then what I saw the the little thing with the heads that we put out on social media everybody. But Stephen had picked the rain confidence in the Rams and winning this game made me incredibly nervous. I was so sure sure I was like and that maybe because I'm never write about this sort of me neither. I should've played out. Show this one just came in under the bell today. Thankfully, thanks to her own Yamoussoukro joined us earlier, it was that lavar bowl would eventually rear is head into this conversation. Get he was quiet for way too long. And last week. I actually brought up in bars from pretty quiet. I'm expecting to hear from him pretty soon there. It is never lost w for me next. I will take the l because I fell for the banana and the tailpipe with Todd Gurley. I said that Todd Gurley would be just fine and he'd get all these carries. And no it didn't work out that way. So the part where he was rolling around on Billy, Ray, Valentine's Lord, didn't throw you off. Absolutely. Not y'all smoking crack clearly that was the case. And then lastly, my last w before we get to the Lakers conversation was and this is basically a weekly take by me. So basically every week I can post this as a w ornell I said LeBron's gonna flex at some point. And it's probably going to happen before the trade deadline, and LeBron's flexing right now been one continuous flex for the last two weeks. Yeah. Here's none. But no we talked about this a couple of weeks ago we go LeBron for the first season. He really didn't fly really in you guys the experience. Now, we're in the eye of beak full LeBron jeans experience. This is this is where it gets fun. Yes. From here on peak peak peak LeBron you have young guys being traded unsettled coaching situation. Wait 'til nobody gets rated Thursday. Then we'll really see kicking the gear. Boy, I I can't wait for those passive aggressive tweets and Instagram here to be entertained, and there be that. And it'll be better. What happens? It's great because either trade everybody in which case it's like play for the Bali guys wasn't that a pack of passive flex when he was standing with rob Pelinka magic during the tunnel. Yeah. Kind of aggressive. I felt like that was the now passive I'll give you a LeBron passive before we get to the trade situations. Lebron passive is him tweeting out the night that there was the issues in the locker room with Luke Walton within an hour of that conversation being put out there in the stratosphere by Shamsher Rania. Luke, Luke, Bryan shouting out Mike Malone as the all-star head coach a guy who would how how is he even ten gingerly related to LeBron. I believe. Mike Malone was a player development specialist working for the Cavs. And LeBron was rookie history of it. Ten years. No, sudden good friend, Mike Malone. Yeah. I know. I know what he's doing because it's a move. I've done myself many times someone that I don't haven't really talked to a long time. But when I see them talking to someone I don't like I like to walk and then Sut reciting life stats about the house, the kids little Billie doing all that stuff. I do all that. Because I know what I'm doing. This is what the Brian to say about that. Snorting away. All right. So that's these Donna scoreboard. We will do that every week here in the show in the four o'clock hour. All right. So here's the deal with Anthony Davis before we get to the Brian win horse stuff that he's got out there as far as potential side deal that has nothing to do with Anthony Davis. What did you say in my ear? He's re. Oh, yes. That's right..

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"billy ray valentine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"billy ray valentine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Halftime accident Super Bowl, Madonna solid. Yup. Get your fine. How many times has she been a part of it probably five or six times. Right. Humanika felix? She's been in quite a bunch at this on the ESPN deport as your home for Super Bowl. Fifty three in Spanish Brady check or they're going to win six Super Bowl together will golfing girly bring the Lombardi back to LA Super Bowl fifty three. This Sunday in Spanish on ESPN deport. This also available on CBS coverage starts at six PM eastern, man. There's been working overtime. Joining us right now in studio, Mr. Doug, kazarian, listen, you get like the tuxedo arm. And you're you're ready to rock and roll. This is Super Bowl Sunday. I know day. It's Super Bowl Sunday. You can't mess around. You gotta bring the sportscenter hit coming up right after this. You guys got deference to I run the raw material up. I'm looking forward to it. Because it's a big weekend. Right. This is the biggest weekend when it comes to gambling for all of the sports books. Write all Sunday most heavily bet sporting event in the United States, depending on your estimates. You're looking at six billion dollars B as in boy bet in the US alone. Forget about globally now that includes offshore websites illegal bookies, but we're looking at maybe three hundred million legally bet in the United States when you factor in we have seven more states since last year Super Bowl, Ben have legalized outside of Nevada. Obviously, what does that represent how much more than previous years due to the legalisation? So so just starting with Nevada, right? Then Vada gaming. We'll have a report this week about Tuesday or Wednesday on the. Super bowl. So last year. It was one hundred fifty eight point six million which was a record for the fourth time in the last five years. So basically, it's just been a steep exponential curve. And here we go against you factor in the seven states based on like the lease. Right. You try to like project based on what you do have on the monthly numbers from the seven other legalized states now, obviously Rhode Island is not going to break the Bank. So they figure like the other seven collectively will match Nevada. And because we had a record last year. You're looking at like three ten three twenty this year. Unbelievable duct his area and joined Peterborough has been hard sock here and best week ever. Talking. Kind of gambling story lines going into the Super Bowl. And I feel like almost the majority of the games. It's always you're gonna take the over and under you're gonna take the points, but prop bets seemed to be the big thing when it comes to Super Bowl week. I mean, is it how much of the tickets are? We talking eighty percent are bet on the game. Or is it eighty percent on prop beds? How does that work? Well, as you may know, I was out in Las Vegas like seven days doing behind the scenes coverage for ESPN dot com and also sportscenter video piece in a written piece, just taking viewers doing the Lord's work. Appreciate that. But under the creation and the making of an and basically they're part of the fabric of this game. Right. We talk about the Super Bowl and before we're done mentioning Rams and patriots were mentioning the Gatorade color or passing yards and all the prophets. There's over one thousand ways to bet prop bets. And in fact, I mentioned Lascaux Nevada had a record handle one fifty eight point six million over fifty percent of the money now is bet on proposition bets collectively. So that's more than the point spread over under and money line. It's on prop bats, it makes sense. When you combine it all, and they've just become sort of the conversation. I always kinda use my mom is a litmus tests, ask her, do you know, what X is? And if they do like, whether it's a celebrity or whatever in terms of sports world, then you know, they've arrived. My mom knows everything about profits. It's just what everyone discusses this time of year best week ever been and Peter burns talking ESPN betting expert Doug gazillion who. Who bets on props are pros betting on whether or not Gladys Knight omits a word from the national anthem or are prop bets? Just everyday Joe's having a little fun on the weekend. The answer's yes, it's everyone. So all of us get loved to do the Gatorade stuff. Now. That's not legal in Nevada. Although New Jersey just did add Gatorade. But it's very low limits because of integrity in any funny business off shores are the ones that really at the national anthem things like that. But we are talking outcomes officially decided by a box score on the field. Like I first team to score for longest field goal. Tom Brady passing yards. Those are all sanctioned in all the states, and they have big money. So everyone likes to go and bet right? There's there's a generic public recreational better that gets involved in the profits. But because of that and the volume like we talked about the over fifty percent pro bettors make six figures on this. Because think about it. They treat it like a commodities exchange. The new York Stock Exchange had a rival stock exchange like the Chelsea the upper east Upper West there's about eleven different outlets in Las Vegas alone. And then you factor in other states. So when there's going to be volatility in the numbers, whether it be the the little fine print money lines or even just Tom Brady's passing yards. They can sort of treat this like arbitrage bettors and just make fine. Right. Yeah. It's just it goes back to trading places with any Burke's character. Billy Ray Valentine when Randolph and Mortimer explained what they do. What does he say sounds like you guys a couple of bookies? That's basically what it is. It's all math to these guys. And because of the volume because of the tens of millions of dollars bet on the props. They see opportunity in that volatility in their high level math guys, and they make a boatload on this. So where do you find the value? Like when you start looking at these. Whether it's will gronk score a touchdown or whether it be a two point conversion attempt. I mean, what are some of the ones that really kind of stood out to you? As far as I opening as far as the odds. Well, it's funny because last year the books took an absolute bath on the game because people go to Vegas, the recreational bettors, and they like to risk little to win a lot. So will there be a successful two point conversion, well, there'd be a successful fourth point? We'll Nick foles score a touchdown. All this stuff it last year because the record number of yards and everything else so books protect themselves. So sometimes there's like there's value in the opposite. Like, for example. I think a very good bet is Johnny Hecker not to attempt to pass because think Bill Belichick is going to be that dumb. He's probably spent a full day on it in the week period on stopping that. He's probably not going to take defense off the field when the Rams go to punt. So you have to lay a lot to win a little, but I think it's smart value. Now the other conventional prophets brought pets longest touchdown the game under forty eight and a half yards. Look patriots had that bend. But don't break defense. They don't really give up the big play. And in terms of counteracting Dhamma consumer Aaron Donald Brady's gonna try to get the ball out. Early. I don't see like a fifty yard touchdown in the game. I think the game will be scored excuse me. We'll be tied after zero zero just because I think it's gonna be a close game. So I think that's a pick them. So I like that. And I like C J Anderson over forty three and a half yards. He's developed a nice rhythm with the offensive line and Todd Gurley. I believe they're gonna use more is receiving back. They did that in the SEC title game. So I like C J Anderson over forty three and a half yards. Sean McVay will likely try to establish the run to take a little pressure off his young quarterback. Doug, zero got forty five seconds left. ESPN betting expert first year of legalized betting, kind of across the board here in the United States. There any changes after the end of this football season that we should expect for next season. Or is it been just a universal success? Well, who knows exactly what the lawmakers will do? But we're looking at about twenty states total between now and the start of football season. I think leagues are going to embrace it more. Obviously, we have a team relocating in the NFL to Vegas, and it's just becoming more and more accepted in less taboo, which is great. Everything's above board. And that's why we're. Beautiful mug on television. Even. No days off, Doug kazarian. Good insight now under forty eight yard was C J Anderson. I got all of these Doug. We appreciate the time. Coming up we breaking down Super Bowl fifty three on best week ever on ESPN radio. Your radio your computer your phone. Your smart speaker play ESPN radio now play you ESPN radio. Last week ever Super Bowl. Here's one.

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