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"brian cranston" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Well, look at this. I told them medium rare. It's medium. I mean, it happens. I bet that cook is an anti-Semite. You can't even see him. He has no idea who you are. They don't just overcook a hamburger, Jared. Fine. Anyway, the point I was making before Goebbels made your hamburger here is this. A man like you could be dating women 20 years younger. Believe me, I thought about it, but she is so perfect in every way. I can't see a floor. Well, keep looking. All right, Jack, ADL, what is the danger that they represent to civil discourse? Oh, the danger I would I would really define it as a as a shtickle of fluoride, Charlie. It's a shtickle of fluoride. If you remember the Seinfeld reference, of course, this is Brian Cranston. Before he went to Breaking Bad, he was he was Jerry's dentist. In the famous Jerry Seinfeld anti-dentite episode. Pretty soon you're going to start saying that dentists should have their own schools. They do have their own schools, you know. Yeah, it really is. And if you don't have the context, I guess it doesn't make sense, but whatever. Where he says essentially that he converted to Judaism just for the jokes. That's kind of the punchline there. He's like, this is our sense of humor that's kept us together as a people for 5000 years. Even better. Right. And then he makes a joke about the pope. And he's like, no, it's OK, Jerry. I used to be Christian, so I can do those, too. Or you speak Catholic, whatever. And so it's essentially the same kind of logic that you're taking yourself out. Like if I were to say, oh, you're just attacking somebody for being Polish. You're attacking somebody for being what? It's refusing to take any kind of criticism, refusing to take any kind of situation and playing it into your race, your ethnicity, your religion. This is the same type of thing that you see out of critical race theory, by the way, in critical race theory videos. I remember I was watching one, this video, some documentary about critical race theory and racist everyday racism. Right. So everyday racism was one of these. And there was literally a situation where a woman was recounting almost exactly what Uncle Leo said. She said, well, you know, my I was at a this is a couple of years ago, but, you know, I was at a checkout line and I had to get had to get paid with a check. And the customer, you know, the clerk who was who was working, everybody checking us out, said to see my ID. She has to see my ID when I gave a check. But I was there with my sister who's lighter skinned than me, and she didn't have to show her ID. And then they went on talking a little bit in the interview and she says, well, you know, I don't usually shop there. I was visiting my sister. Oh, so it's someone that your sister probably knows because she's gone there all the time. And the reason they asked you for your ID was because they didn't recognize you. And people don't usually pay by checking. Anyway, it's just ridiculous. You can you can turn anything into race. And what's amazing, though, is if you actually look at that clip, Charlie, go back with Jonathan Greenblatt and Aaron Sorkin, that Jonathan Greenblatt comes very, very right up to the line, I would say, of declaring Aaron Sorkin, who is Jewish. Yes, an anti-Semite, very unbearable. Like he's like, yes, there he's right on the line. So so you have some tweets. Yeah. So it's just there's there's so much history that, you know, one thing that's very promising about this feud between Musk and the ADL is now like you can just highlight a lot of like the ADL has been doing this stuff for a long time. So Nate Hochman, he's he's a guy on Twitter. He's used to write for some places. And he has for over a decade, the ADL used undercover spies to conduct a vast, coordinated and potentially illegal campaign of espionage against the John Birch Society. So that was a right wing anti-communist society in the Cold War. Sometimes got really right about a lot, but was a lot right about a lot. And I can't read the whole thread, but I encourage people to look up themselves.
"brian cranston" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Board planes. That was done by Florida and now a bus that has arrived in Los Angeles from Governor Abbott in Texas that he says that he sent that bus. He says LA is where migrants want to go, that being a sanctuary city that that's where they're asking to go. LA disputes that saying that many of the migrants don't know where they are and that they didn't know where they were going to end up and that one has a immigration court date in New York and asked when he got to LA if New York is nearby and how he's going to get there. But this is now an extension of what the state announced when Florida sent the two planes a few weeks ago and at the time the attorney general of California, Rob Bonta, said that were going they to look were there any crimes committed. So now you got this bus that was sent by Governor Greg Gabbard and he was the one who announced that he had sent the bus. And so all of this starts up again. And then Congressman Jimmy Gomez in the LA area where the migrants were dropped off pushing for a full investigation into the bus saying the question is who's paying, number one, for these buses. Number two, if they're doing at the direction of the state of Texas, Governor Abbott, and number three, what what what did they tell these migrants? He says that that is the key here that he wants to know if they were promised, if they got on the bus, would there be something waiting when they got to LA? Groups representing the migrants that are claiming that the toddlers on board got no food or water during the trip. Governor Abbott defends his program. He says that is a complete lie that they were taking care of. I'll be very clear. They had abundant water and food supplies throughout the entire trip. But now the AG here in California, Rob Bonta saying will that they investigate the bus. There could be possible criminal charges against Governor Abbott or somebody else behind the program. The question legality is an open one. We will go to wherever the facts and the law take us. moral The question is clear. This is a morally bankrupt act. Yeah, and Abbott says that he's going to keep busing until the border is taken care of, until it is secure, that he will keep doing this. A lot of politics came on both sides. You've got California officials making claims that they are probably never going to put out an arrest warrant and do criminal charges against DeSantis in Florida and Abbott in Texas and the other way around where you've got DeSantis running for president, Abbott making waves, making a lot of comments back about California. So a lot of back and forth going on. But bottom line, there is now an expanded investigation underway. These people are being transported across state lines. We've got states fighting against each other. What about for calls the federal government to step in and deal with this? And there have been some calls right now. It seems like that there is not an appetite for the federal government, that the FBI and others don't look like they're going to get into it. But California at least is moving forward as if they could go down the road of criminal charges. They demanded this week that Florida hand over raw video and documents around it, a video that Florida put out showing the migrants went who to Sacramento saying that they were so happy and that they wanted to go. California claims that they could have been coerced into making that video, saying those things on camera. So they want all the raw video. They are California's at demanding the documents and what they were told and all the other evidence. So has Florida responded to that demand yet? No, Florida last word had not given California any of it. So California ended up doing a public request, records just like you or I would do as a reporter demanding these documents. And right now, no, gotten they haven't anything interesting. ABC's Alex Stone your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 9077 stocks had a very strong week overall solid gains, but finished it off with a bit of a counter today. The Dow Jones industrials eased 109 points, the S and P 500 dipped 16 and as the that composite fell 93 shares of Domino's pizza were cooking this week. The pizza chain said its decision to close up to 70 of its underperforming corporate stores would help improve its profit picture. And analysts at Stiefel upgraded the stock to buy from hold, projecting that delivery sales should stabilize further while carry out sales pick up in the next year. Domino's shares moved up about 11 % for the week, almost 11 %, including a 1 .8 % rise today. That's your money now. It's June, and according to ABC's Jason Nathanson, there is apparently some unwritten rule that this is the season for those blockbuster action flicks. Nathanson is joining us on the Northwest Newsline. What's the best bet for this weekend? Well, The Flash is the big comic new book movie out this weekend. That's DC's latest in their comic book universe. You know, it's kind of set up DC vs Marvel, so this is one of those films. And the DC side is not done as well at the box office as Marvel, although Marvel has struggled a little bit lately. But this movie is probably the most Marvel movie DC has made. And that's a good thing because a lot of the DC movies, in my opinion, have been a little too serious, sometimes a little too dark. This is full of fun, full of laughs, full of heart as well. And it stars Ezra Miller as The Flash. We first saw him in the Justice League movie, that was their big kind of team up Avengers film with Batman and Superman and Wonder Woman and everybody. And Ezra Miller has been in the headlines the past year or so and not for great things. He's had some mental issues, accused of breaking into houses, all kinds of various run ins with the law and things like that. And DC and Warner Brothers, they stood by him because I think they knew this movie was really good. And you know, bottom line, they were going to make a lot of money on it. So they were kind of waiting to release it. And to they didn't shelve want it because they knew they had a hit. And so far in Thursday night previews, it brought in almost 10 million dollars on its way to maybe a 70 to 80 million dollar weekend, which would be pretty good for this film because this is the first feature length film starring Ezra Miller's character. it's And again, funny, it's fun and just exactly kind of what you're looking for for a movie like this. I'm really intrigued by the trailers seen I've seen for Wes Anderson's Asteroid City. It's got a lot of stars in the cast, but does it have more to offer than those familiar pieces? Well, I mean, you know, it depends on if you're a fan of Wes Anderson or not. He is kind of I don't know about divisive, but I think some people get his films or they don't. I fall in the category of people who don't really love Wes Anderson films. They're very unique. They're singular. They're his vision. But they've just never really worked for me. And this one is very Wes Anderson. This movie almost is like Wes Anderson is doing Wes Anderson film. It's so that's how Wes Anderson it is. I think you and I have different very tastes because to me that sounds fantastic, which it might work for a lot of people, you know, and this has one Jason Schwartzman, who's in almost all of Wes Anderson's movies. But then you have a huge cast of people who are new and big names Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, Brian Cranston, Steve Carell, Margot Robbie, all in this film, most of whom are given almost nothing to do. And that was a little bit of my problem with it like Steve Carell, Brian Cranston, Margot Robbie is in one scene. And that's it. It's a good scene, but it's just one scene. So I think feel I like it's a waste of of all these talented actors and the movie itself. just, I you know, I kind of walked out of there going, what did I just see? I'm really kind of confused at exactly the point he was trying to make and the tone and everything. It just wasn't for me. But maybe, Kim, if you like it. ABC's Jason Nathanson Northwest traffic from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center in Auburn. We just got word of a crash on westbound 18 at West Valley Highway. That's got heavy slowdowns back to 167.
"brian cranston" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"We're back in the 80s before returning to the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday. I'm Kelly Blyer and that's a check Northwest of your News Radio. Weather Netflix has seen a huge increase in sign ups. More on why from ABC's Jason Nathanson. It appears the Netflix password sharing crackdown is working. Research and analytics company antenna says after Netflix announced users could no longer share passwords with those not in their household, the streaming company saw the four biggest days of sign ups in the four and a half years and ten has been monitoring including almost a hundred thousand daily sign ups May 26 and 27 and average daily new subscribers up over 100 % from the prior 60 days antenna says the spikes are bigger than the ones came that during the covered lockdowns of March and April 2020 antenna also says cancellations were up in the wake of the crackdowns but sign ups were up more Jason Aitensohn, ABC News, Hollywood From ABC News tech trends the federal government continued its crackdown on crypto this week the Securities and Exchange Commission has taken legal action against two major crypto firms decrypt markets editor SEC Elliott says it started with the SEC accusing Binance of mixing user funds with their own kind of moving around money that's not meant to be moved around because it's supposed to belong to users and also of basically trading unregistered securities and doing business with US customers with business entities that aren't meant to have a presence in the US at all she says Binance is a dominant player in crypto trading topping even FTX at its peak this is far and away the largest exchange in crypto markets like there's there's a ton of daylight between them and number two charges were also leveled against Coinbase that they had all different these businesses wrapped up under one corporate entity that SEC is saying it has issues with so the accusations are a little different with tech trends I'm Mike Debusky ABC News actor Brian Cranston ready appears to take a break from acting soon Brian Shook has more Cranston told British GQ magazine and he plans to take a break from acting in 2026 when he'll be 70 he said the plan is for a total will pause where he won't be thinking about work or taking phone calls Cranston added he would like to go to France with his wife and perhaps even take up gardening best known for his award -winning portrayal of Walter White in Breaking Bad Cranston is currently starring in the television series Your Honor which he also produces I'm Brian Shook you have places to be we have reports the to get you there I'm Kimmy Klein here at Jordan the Northwest best traffic coverage every 10 minutes news radio 1000 FM 97 7 your traffic information station manufacturer here for fast water heater Western Washington's water heater experts fast water heater has installed more water heaters than anyone else in the Pacific Northwest they're professional dependable and do the job
"brian cranston" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"And then you go to another franchise and it's like, oh, guess what? Um. Not great over here either. I'm in the NFL. Maybe there is no good franchise. So it might be some of that pent up stuff too. And just in general, I think it's one of the weirder stories. It's that weird to me that he became disenchanted because we've seen professional divorces in all places. The weird part is nobody going after him. That's the part I can't wrap my head around. So there you go. One two 30 seconds on pitch clocks. You're not going to hear anything. I just am thrilled. I want to say, I'm thrilled that we're switching before you did a full hour on the future with the paths. But I do just have to say to you that years of you doubting Lamar and then coming in and saying, I would trade for Lamar in 1.29 seconds, which I believe is what you put out into the world today. Shameful. Shameful Bill. What is doubting? How dare you? He was one in three in the playoffs. And I was just pointing out, I just kind of wanted to make a final four was my only question. Okay, sharers make the final four once? Baseball. But yeah, I would grab them. My quarterback's Mac Jones, I'm not going to grab Lamar Jackson. If he's a patriot, I don't know what I'll do. I mean, the only worst outcome I think genuinely is a ravens fan would be the Steelers. That would be like, you have to stop watching football. But patriots would be close, horrible. If they traded him to the Steelers, that's an actual personal attack on their fans. It would just never. That would be. They would never do it. Imagine, I can't imagine the pictures would happen. But who knows? Pitch clock. All right, baseball. The young O's, the young birds, it's all bright possibility and hope in Baltimore. What a great time to be a Baltimore sports fan. Adley rushman, MVP, can it happen this year? Oh wow, you're going Orioles, not even pitch clock. I'm so glad they got rid of the shift. I was preparing for the fantasy draft we're in. Reading these stories about all the players who had the most outs, heading into the shift, like Corey Seeger lost 92 outs into the shift. And I was like, how much do I have to research this? Is this going to matter? Is Corey Seager gonna have 50 home runs this year? Because of the worry about the shift anywhere. Unbelievable. The pitch clock is a, I think, a really fun and cool thing. I do find the MLB PR campaign around the changes to be one of the funniest things that we've ever collectively witnessed as part of the sports viewing public. Have you seen the Brian Cranston ad that they've done for? It's like watching a 70 year old guy die his hair and get a convertible and try to be hip and then tell you how hippie is. Exactly, but if instead of just telling you how hippie is he started by saying, I know you thought I was really lame. For a really long time. And that you were worried about the integrity of my hip and my calcium levels and whether I was getting enough protein and fiber, my diet. But guess what? Like to put out a whole campaign that basically says baseball is boring and we know you hate it. And I know I was divorced. But this 6 time is gonna work. I love it. I love it. Will it work? Will they attract a younger audience? You know what's gonna work? The game's going fast, it's just gonna make it so much easier to follow everything. Yeah, I was talking to my friend Hershey was a big Dodger fan, but he's on the east coast. And he would stay up for these Dodger games that were ending at like two 30 in the morning. You know? East coast time. And now those games, even the West Coast games, if you're on the east coast, they're gonna be done by 1 o'clock, hopefully. So or maybe even 1230. So just in general, it's gonna fly by. It's gonna be much more fun to zoom around on league pass or whatever you're watching different games on. Yeah. And for our purposes on the West Coast, these east coast games are gonna be done at 6 30, which is amazing. Unbelievable. That dragging through dinner, potentially the 8 15 at night. And then there's gonna be a whole new way to actually go to the game where it's like, all right, if I go get food right now, I might miss two innings. I might come back. It might be the 6th inning, so when do I go? What's the right inning? So talk about a league that needed to mix it up. I'm really happy for them. All right. We can hear. We can hear you on the prestige TV podcast. Yes. Take it down yellow jackets all season. And then on the ringer versus as well with Joanna Robinson, one of our favorite people. Good to see you now. Mandalorian time. Over on the ring of verse. Come check it out. Amanda, all right, good to see you. Thank you. Great to see you, Bill. Introducing the all new all electric Nissan ariya.
"brian cranston" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Words there. So whether they just use this spring performance as an out or whether they thought it was a legitimate cause for concern, I don't know, but a little disappointing. One would think that he'll be around sometime soon. Yeah. I would imagine so. And as for walker, I remember rob means at baseball perspectives. He wrote a piece a little while ago after the projections came out because has underestimated the cardinals like 9 years in a row and so rob was trying to figure out is this just random or are the cardinals doing something to defy the system and defy the projections and the closest he could come to figuring out an answer was basically that their rookies have overperformed and that maybe also they've been particularly good and aggressive about not contenting themselves with replacement level or sub replacement level performance like they will cycle in younger guys if someone is not performing, they'll call someone up like they're never just going to let it ride basically at a position where they're not getting anything out of someone and their farm system has been fertile enough that they have players like that that they can call up Jordan walker has looked incredible. So I don't know some people have said he's The Rookie of the year favorite. I don't know whether you could put him above Corbin Carroll for instance because he's already been there doing it for a little while at the big league level, but you're probably neck and neck at this point and man Jordan walker I'm sure you've seen him in person, right? He is a large human being. Yeah, it's funny to see the contrast between him and mason win also. And not like mason win is like, you know, so we, but you know, relative to Jordan walker, I think everyone looks pretty weak. Mason went also had a nice spring, not on the opening day roster, but he's getting pushed a triple-A. So it's exciting stuff for the Cardinals, which is good because nothing ever goes well for that team. It's been a real struggle for those support Cardinals fans over the past decade or two. Also, I guess as theory Ruiz made the a's raptor. I guess that's not really a surprise. No. That happened. And also mark vientos did not make the midst roster similarly like Beatty, I guess that's less surprising than Beatty, not making it. He did hit the ball very hard in spring as a recent fan grass post pointed out, but he also struck out a lot he had like 21 strikeouts and three walks in spring training, I think. So you can see in those cases why at least there's some alternative at the same position at the major league level or there were enough question marks about the spring performance that you could have cause for concern or at least say that you have cause for concern and have it be somewhat defensible anyway, hopefully we'll see a bunch of those guys soon. I don't think we'll see as many prospect promotions and first time collapse and debuts this year as last year, which was a record as I've noted because they're just art as many top prospects who are close to the majors and poised to make those debuts, but if I wasn't excited enough for opening day, which I was, then just the prospect of getting to see FOP or a walker. Always add some extra juice, so well done to them in to their teams for giving them the shot. Yeah, Ben, I told you, as we were preparing to record that I had to keep the advancer lights today because I got so we got a lot to do. Was a positional power rankings. But I'm going to spring a question on you. Can we talked about Brian Cranston last time? And I don't feel like we were unfair to that commercial. But have you, have you seen the more player focused ones they've been doing breaking down the rules? Yes, there's quite a selection of them. I gotta say, they're really quite good. You know? Like, I do find a kind of confounding that the one about the defensive shift features both Blake Snell, famously a San Diego padre and Tim Anderson, famously a white sock, white socks. I'm never gonna get that, right? So why didn't you have one of their? Famously just replete with infielders. Yeah. Could have put could have put one of Blake sells actual infielders back there, you know? They could have done that. But they didn't but anyway, Tim Anderson's very charming, so maybe that was just the calculus. You know what? Charming guy. These are good, and I have to say that my favorite one of them will go back and don't show Walter. I think everyone's favorite. Yeah. Sometimes when the game doesn't take itself too seriously, it produces stuff that's fun to watch. So, you know, this is further evidence of that, I think. Yeah. These new bases are wider than the old ones. Is he focused on the size of the new bases? Now it will be easier to steal second base. Is
"brian cranston" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"You say ahoy. Let's see. 1983, the bob and Tom show premiered. Wow, that's very nice. 40 years ago. And thanks to Peter Frampton had a nice word for us this morning. Thank you, Peter. 2011, Charlie Sheen, oh, Charlie Sheen fired from two and a half men. Yeah. People have different ideas of winning. Never laughed. Classic comedies. Never mind. I love that. Love that show. The half man. He's embarrassed. The maid. Housekeeper. I love sassy. Sadly. Is she really? Yes, her memory lives on with her fine performance. Sassy. Peyton Manning amounts his retirement for the NFL 2016. First time, second time? Happy birthday, Kenny aronoff, the great drummer, a good friend of this show. Hippie. Hippie hippie. Those hippie band guys. Really? Okay. Work for the head hippie. Mellencamp. We all know it. That's right, really. He's a hippie. Hippie. Next time he's here. Have you mentioned that to him? Happy birthday, Brian Cranston. Oh, he's good. A Breaking Bad, and of course Malcolm in the middle. I tried to pitch a show to him a little bit different kind of a diverse Malcolm X in the middle. Not go well. No. Let's see, a happy birthday Wanda Sykes. Fine comedian. And in 1970, Rachel Weisz, the actress. But I don't think she goes with the VC. Is that right? My sister was in a play with her in the West End. Of course. I'm gonna put you in a West End somewhere. I really don't care what city it is. In the West End. I went to her birthday party. I'm sure you did it.
"brian cranston" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I had a few things to go over. Obviously, the NFL combined weekend and everybody loves Anthony Richardson from Florida. And he's got 7 weeks for his stock to fall. Because that's what happens. They build you up, and then they tear you down. And it depends on how close you get to the draft. Here he is, almost at the top of the mountaintop here. And what could be the next step here? Probably where people start to pick apart his tape. But he went out and did what people thought he was going to do. He could run and jump and throw. He could do everything. But it always brings me back to didn't have a great completion percentage and had a hard time being the starting quarterback for Florida. I guess weird you look at stetson Bennett junior the fourth and his career at Georgia. He doesn't have a lot of athleticism might be sneaky athletic, but he knew how to play the position with what they wanted him to do in Georgia. Anthony Richardson, if you saw those two together, it'd be like Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito and twins. You'd go, who's that guy? Is that your agent? No, no, no. He won a couple of national titles at Georgia. But Anthony Richardson, not sneaky athletic, just plain athletic, but the NFL combine over the weekend. And once again, when you were listening to the combine, it did sound like the Westminster dog show. And here's Peter's kronski. He's offensive lineman, and here's a black and white picture of him, and that's when he's a baby, and holding him is none other than Vince Lombardi. And he's got great hips, and with a name like scrunchie, he would probably perform well in Green Bay or Chicago. And that's a four 9 40. All right, next up. Here's the rest of the offensive lineman class. Here they go. Let's bring out the dachshunds. All time for the terriers. 8 7 7 three DP show email address DP at Dan Patrick dot com. Twitter handle a DP show time to punch your ticket and it's the big dance coming up. We got a fairly Dickinson UNC Asheville Drake and kennesaw state have punched their ticket to March Madness. That's my final four, by the way. By the way. You'll be able to sign up for the celebrity bracket challenge that you can compete with celebrities that we have in our celebrity bracket challenge. I don't know what celebrities are in the celebrity bracket challenge. Todd has been working on that for a couple of weeks now. I can share some of those names here. Okay, we'll give us a little sampling there. Will Ferrell Brian Cranston, Darius Rucker? Three shockers so far. Yeah. Josh Duhamel? Dale Earnhardt junior, Kirk Cousins involved. Okay. Connor McDavid, how about that? Our friend smoky who loves his Michigan state Spartans. Brendan hunt from our favorite Jason Sudeikis soccer show. That is called Ted Las lasso? Yeah. Have you seen? I have seen a few episodes. You have seen Ted. So Jason comes back on. I don't need to give it extra boost. I don't know if you've seen Ted Lanza. I did. I shared a few episodes. Okay. George Brett? Have you looked at this list? No. So some of the people who are invited. I'm not saying whether they're in or not. It's fascinating. That we, according to this list, we actually sent an email and asked some of these people if they wanted to be there. Give me an idea. I know that Michael Douglas has been in the bracket challenge before. I think two years in a row. At some point in the last couple of weeks, you know, this person's agent, well, Nicolas Cage's agent went up to him and said, hey, would you like to be a part of this March Madness tournament? Nicolas Cage. Okay. And his answer was, he's unavailable, but really appreciates the invitations. How can you be available to fill out a bracket? This one's out of the country. The other ones, he's just unable to participate. Who else? So Nicolas Cage is a no. Mila Kunis. She's invited. Well, why not? Because Ashton Kutcher has been part of the program before. It was a little side connection. Okay, did you ask Ashton Kutcher? I don't think I did. I just went with why would you ask Mila Kunis? She's more fun. Kutcher knows the show. I went off the board a little bit. It would make more sense to invite Ashton himself. He's been an actual guest on the show. Margot Robbie, she was invited. And she said what? I haven't heard back before. Okay. So it's not a no. It's not enough. Okay. All right, Kenan Thompson. Why not? Zendaya asked? Sure. Okay. I think I got a note saying did you ask Drew Barrymore? I did. And Leslie Mann's going to try to shuffle some things around. She just may not be able to get the bracketed in time by next Wednesday the 15th. Well, why don't you ask her husband? Judd Apatow. Another one who's been an actual guest. We've had him. Will you stop going for the women? I'm trying to get more of the ladies here. I know it's you being creepy and don't do that. Adriana Lima. Did you like college basketball? I thought I saw that somewhere. Did you ask giselle? Why not? I don't know. What did you draw the line where you go, well, I'm going to ask Mila Kunis. As names popped into my head, I was like, you know what? That would be fun. It did ask joy behar though. Joy behar got the invite. Okay, enjoy said what? I have not heard back from joy. All right. Or Megan Fox, which disappoints me. What about Meghan Markle? Meghan Markle would be good. The princes, maybe they can do one together, but they're not really on speaking terms. Yes. There are a few guys that we'd love to have on there that's Keith Morrison from dateline has been invited. Okay. Brendan Fraser, the actor? LL Cool J asked? Henry Winkler? Why not? Jay-Z was asked, Paul Rudd, likeable Polaroid? Okay. Mister chesney's on tour right now so it may be difficult. Kenny chesney is on tour. Okay. Did you call him chasny? Did I call him Jasmine? Jimmy Kimmel was asked, David Letterman, Stephen Colbert, but not Jimmy Fallon, who. Jimmy Fallon has had me on his show before he's one of the nicest guys in the world. Well, get one out to. Oh my God. How about questlove? Didn't request that, but I did do a boogie with the hoodie if I'm parasite that right. I didn't invite him. He's supposed to be a big deal. He was featured at a sporting event I was out there with showed him in the front row. Boogie with the hoodie. Marvin, are you up on the boogie with the hoodie? A boogie with the hoodie. Hey boogie. The king of New York. Come on, guys. All right, so all right. I'd like that you're sending out some invitations. That's a work in progress. But get the guy on. Natalie Morales. Ally Morales. Yeah. Hey now. I think fritzi put together like 50 guys names just so you could ask the 21 Nicolas Cage is by far my favorite. I love that so much. Why not prince Harry? Let's americanize him. You know, we'll promote the book, but he lives in the United States. You've got to fill out a bracket, Harry. Haven't heard from max homa just yet. On the golfer? Yeah. Doctor Rahman, how about why don't you reach onto Jordan Spieth? He's been on the show how many times? It's been a while though. He actually recently played well yesterday. It had been a while though. Well, we were like best buddies with them. I know. But I don't understand why you don't follow up with the people who have been part of the show. Like he's asked Kristen Bell, the actress to come on, but not Dax shepherd, her husband,
"brian cranston" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"A tremendous actor and also an idiot, which those two things go together pretty well is the truth. There are a lot of actors who are idiots. They're very good at inhabiting the emotions of the characters that they play. They are tremendous at reading lines, and also their thoughts are quite stupid. And there's a halo effect that applies to an enormous number of people in society, where if people are famous, then we give them extra credibility that they don't actually have in particular fields. And it's a mistake. And we listen to celebrities about politics, or we listen to politicians about running a business, or we listen to business people about politics. Just because you're good at one thing and it made you rich and famous does not mean that you are good at this other thing over here. Well, Brian Cranston is very good at the acting and he's very, very bad at the thinking. It's always amusing to hear from people like Brian Cranston about deep ideas, Brian Cranston, a graduate of Los Angeles, valley college. So I used to live like literally across the street from LA valley college. Let me just tell you, it is the Harvard of the San Fernando valley. It is the Yale of the Yale of north Hollywood. Really, just spectacular intellectual achievements happening in valley college. So Brian Cranston was on with Chris Wallace. Yes, he still on TV. Did you know that? Chris Wallace? Kind of. It's kind of on TV. He's over it. He's over at CNN. But in any case, he sat down with Brian Cranston and Cranston decided that he was going to talk about how make America great again is inherently racist. Here we go. Make America great again. My comment is, do you accept that that could possibly be construed as a racist remark? And most people, a lot of people go, how could that be racist? Make America great again. I said, so just ask yourself, from an African American experience, when was it ever great in America for the African American? When was it great? So if you're making it great again, it's not including them. So it's to teach us in the woke world to open up and accept the possibilities that our privilege has created blind spots for us. And maybe I haven't seen what is really happening yet in all my year. It's so true. He's doing the work. He's doing the work, guys. And there's so many actors and actresses are actors as we call them now, because we're not allowed to say actresses, because men and women don't exist anymore. Who are doing the work. So Sally Field. She's a terrific actress. She won a lifetime screen actor's Guild Award last night. And Sally Field, in accepting her award, had to proclaim her privilege Maoist style. She got up there and she talked about how she grew up in Pasadena as a white girl. And that means that all of her challenges are ethno. All of her challenges are completely of no consequence whatsoever. Here with Sally Field. Honestly, I was a little white girl. With a pug nose born in Pasadena, California. And when I look around this room tonight, I know my fight as hard as it was was lightweight. Compared to some of yours, I thank you, and I applaud you, and I know that for you, just like for me, it has not been easy. So this is the de rigor proclamation of nonsense that you get now. It's an amazing thing. By the way, it's not as though Sally Field herself did not experience some real troubles. So for example, she was apparently sexually abused by her stepmother. Her parents were divorced when she was four years old. And that's not exactly like the world's best, best life for a child, but apparently because she was because she was white, and she grew up in Pasadena. And that's the thing. It really, really matters. And the notion that Brian Cranston puts out there that if you believe in make America great again, this make America great again. When was it great for black? Let me explain something. As a Jew, there are times the living in the United States has not been like amazing as a Jew. Not for me, but for my grandparents, my great grandparents, there were no Jews allowed. Country clubs in the United States, they were fairly common. There's an entire movie called gentleman's agreement that actually won best picture at the Oscars in 19 50 1947. And one best picture is during Gregory Peck and the entire thing was about the treatment of Jews in 1930s, 1940s America. Was America not great during the 1940s, America was pretty great during the 1940s. I don't mean like it was great for every single person or for every group it was equivalently great, but America has always been great because our founding principles were great. And if you compare the United States to other countries, America is the most phenomenal Beacon of light in human history. Same make America great again, means make America great on the world stage, for example, or go back to America's founding ideals, for example, or go back to the notion that America's constitutional rights are good. That's what make America great and everyone knows this. Everyone knows this, of course. If you say the best time of your
"brian cranston" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"All around America were buying frankenberry, so only a few days after the cereal was released, kids all across the country started being rushed to hospitals. All of them had one symptom in common. Theories of the third kind on YouTube or wherever you listen. Makes a little sports analysis, pop culture and great interviews, and you've got the rich eisen show podcast. Brian Cranston great to see you, man. One of your first gigs was a preparation H commercial. This is what happened. It's called a job, rich. I know you haven't been job hunting in a while. I was a spokesperson. I wasn't afflicted. I was afflicted. I would trust you, I would put that ointment on and go. There we go. The rich eisen show podcast. Wherever you listen. Former navy seal, Sean Ryan shares real stories from real people from all walks of life. On the Sean Ryan show. This one's about my friend, call sign ninja. So there was all these things that I wanted to do in the army. I was like, this is it. In the army, you do roads and airfields. And they said, well, we'll take a test and see where you fall. It's like, yeah, but if I could do that and all this stuff too, drive tanks, jump out of planes. Do you guys have a sampler platter? The Sean Ryan show on YouTube or wherever you listen. Listen to fighting a line I basketball on 8 nutty WLS. Here is Meyer in the lane left wing Hawkins drives around bouquet in the basket and he slams it in. Saturday, the fighting a line I travel to face the Indiana hoosiers. Tip off at 11 a.m. every fighting align I basketball game is on the big 89
"brian cranston" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Monday through Friday for America at night, a new kind of talk show for a new generation. We'll talk to influencers and newsmakers about what's really going on in America from politics to pop culture. We're also going to talk to you, so make sure you subscribe to America at night with rich Valdez. Rich Valdez. That's valdes with an S, America at night. Get the podcast wherever you listen. Former navy seal Sean Ryan shares real stories from real people from all walks of life. On the Sean Ryan show. This one's about my friend, call sign ninja. So there was all these things that I wanted to do in the army. I was like, this is it. In the army, you do roads and airfields. And they said, well, we'll take a test and see what you fall. It's like, yeah, but if I could do that and all this stuff too, drive tanks. Jump out of planes. Do you guys have a sampler platter? The Sean Ryan show on YouTube or wherever you listen. Makes a little sports analysis, pop culture, and great interviews, and you've got the rich eisen show podcast. Brian Cranston great to see you, man. One of your first gigs was a preparation H commercial. This is what happens. It's called a job, rich. I know you haven't been job hunting in a while. I was a spokesperson. I wasn't afflicted. I was afflicted. I would trust you. I would put that ointment on ago. There we go. The rich eisen show podcast. Wherever you listen. You love Lala canton on Vanderpump rules. Now get to know her on give them Lala. With her assistant chess. LA, it can become suffocating. Did something happen, where you felt like I have to get out of here? Do you just think it just happened sometimes? I think it just happens, but also just everything going on in my personal life. I want to get on this mic and be like, this is what I've been dealing with for 14 months. Give them Lala wherever you listen. This is it. Enough dreaming about growing my business online. It's time to get serious about selling. In my style, as big as I want to grow, because there's nothing. I can't do. It's time to get Shopify. You go and get it. Oh, oops. I thought I was just talking to myself there. But heck yeah, I do. It's time
"brian cranston" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio. The White House says raising the federal debt ceiling should not be a political football. Press secretary Kareem John Pierre calling on lawmakers on both sides of the aisle Saturday to work together to raise the debt ceiling without conditions, who remarks come as treasury secretary Janet Yellen said the U.S. has projected to reach its roughly $31.4 trillion borrowing limit in less than a week. It comes as a high stakes fight over raising the debt ceiling looms over Congress as Republicans now control the house. California still reeling from weeks of devastating storms at least 19 have been killed in a wave of atmospheric rivers. Governor Gavin Newsom asked for now received a major disaster declaration nearly 18,000 customers are still without power today, with the national weather service warning of another surge of Pacific moisture coming tomorrow. Both the state and the local resources are so overwhelmed trying to respond and recover beyond their capabilities. Governor Newsom wrote in his letter that damage assessments are impossible to perform as officials still continue to respond. I'm Ryan baker. The worst appears to be coming to fruition after a passenger plane went down in Nepal. Local reports say there are no survivors among 72 on board the Yeti airlines flight. There's no word yet on a possible cause. Following a barrage of over 30 missile strikes on Saturday, Ukrainian president zelensky is now drawing comparisons between nazism and what he calls racism. Zelensky spoke in front of an apartment complex that had been flattened, killing at least 9 people and entering dozens more. He noted that street they were on was named after a victory over the Nazis in World War II, the wave of attacks occurred the day after Russia claimed control of the mining town of solodar. I'm Jim Forbes. Down 27 to nothing at one point in the first half, the Jacksonville Jaguars have completed an impressive comeback to win 31 30 in cap off day one of the NFL wild card round. The other match above the day saw San Francisco take over in the second half to beat Seattle 41 to 23. I'm Scott Carr. Following a 24 hour delay yesterday, whether permitting SpaceX's next launch from Florida's Kennedy Space Center should happen this evening marking the first time SpaceX's Falcon Heavy has launched in Twilight making it visible up and down Florida's space coast, the 230 foot rocket powered by three falcon 9 boosters is being sent into orbit on a classified military mission. Prince Harry's newly released memoir spare is now the fastest selling non fiction book of all time. The book details Harry's tumultuous relationships with his father, King Charles and brother, Prince William, and gives new insights into his life and the royal family during the first day of its release, spare sold nearly one and a half million copies blowing away previous record holder Barack Obama's a promised land whose first day sales totaled less than 900,000 copies. The only other books to have sold more on their first day or several of the Harry Potter sequels. I'm Chris gracio. Actor Brian Cranston, says he's considering a Malcolm in the middle reunion
"brian cranston" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"To the podcast I'm Josh. Clark. Charles W chuck Bryant howdy. It's middle names Wayne little James Malcolm. There we have it. I always forget about that Malcolm. Yeah, Wayne. Named after wing coin, right? No, John Wayne, and you were named after Malcolm in the middle. That's right, right? Frankie Muniz. Is my name saying I hope he's okay. Early Brian Cranston, too. I used to love that show. Oh, it's a great show. I watched it within the last couple months. I was cleaning the house and put it on Netflix and still great. Yeah? Yeah, it was really a good show. So you clean your house, you put on your VR goggles and just queue up Malcolm in the middle. No, you walk around and bump into things. Exactly. But I put on like a huge feather duster suit. Yeah, so you're just cleaning and bumping into things. That's right. That's how I do it. Wow. It works kind of well. Someone's gonna take that idea. Like the sharknado? Yeah, but they should just, they should sell that suit with purple drink. I think you just get one spot on the floor really,
"brian cranston" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I just remember, oh, yeah, like, okay, there's so many, like that was such a great thing to say, because it just clicked for me. And yeah, that day, I mean, doing that scene, we were on those train tracks. And in Weirton, it was very windy, but we didn't have a lot of time to do those scenes, like it was always like haphazard, like very much felt like the super 8 film that the kids were making. But it was weird. I never thought that that scene in super 8. I don't think I understood. I knew it was meta, but I don't think I understood kind of what it was going to become, because then everyone kept talking to me about that scene. Back then, after they saw the movie, like in that scene, I'm like, okay, like, what's so great about that scene? I was like, yeah, okay. And whatever. But now I realize that it was the kind of the layers of being the girl, but also playing doing the acting good, but then also you're not very good because she's also not an actor and the meta all of that had to be put into play. And then weirdly with plainville, there's like a scene like that very meta and where I'm performing, make you feel my love and with glee and emulating and I've sort of been thinking about that scene a lot because people are responding to that scene, much like they did with super 8 back then. So. That's absolutely. Have there been do you always find that I guess let me phrase this way? How much as you, as you were getting to the age that we're talking about there, maybe 6, 7 years in the last 6, 7 years, how much did it become more about, all right, I've seen more movies, so I know or more movies or TV, so I am now more aware of who other talented people are, and I'm more drawn to something because of them because, for instance, in this period there, we've got one of the daughters in Trumbo with Brian Cranston, who's, I know one of the most respected actors, actors, then the next year you're in 20th century women for Mike Mills with Annette benning, but more so it's a group of group of amazing talented women. But I guess with things like that, you're not, it's not a Ginger and rosa where you are the main person, but so it seems like you're willing to do a supporting role when it's when the circumstances are right. So what makes the circumstances right in those.
"brian cranston" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Heart attack. Now, the publishing company is going to the two sons who don't really want to have anything to do with publishing. And my proposal comes an asset that they sell to another publishing company, little Brown, which has a very good reputation. And then we made the book. So the first go around, the movie rights were purchased, Mark Cuban, has a publishing company, and I forgotten the name a production company. I forgot the name of it. He bought the production rights. We dealt with the screenwriter. He was a screenwriter who did the series on the capturing of Saddam Hussein. And it never really went anywhere. And eventually, after two rounds, I got the rights back. And luck's better than being good. A friend, a friend of a director, a nice guy by the name of Don Sikorsky. He's a crazy about reading true crime. Happened to pick up my book in a bookstore and read it and went to Brad Furman, the director of the Lincoln lawyer and others. And said, Brad, we got to do this film. Next thing I know I'm on the phone with Brad. And ultimately, we work out a deal. And he finds a production company and we're off and running. And ultimately, I'm fortunate enough that Brian Cranston decides to take the lead and now that's all history. Well, is that the dance, of course he was a government employee? I don't think so. He does documentaries. He does documentaries. I know that you've had the chance to talk with Brian too before because you've been working it. He kind of, I think you said, too, is the inspiration for wanting to do the second book. Did you get a chance to talk to Brian before he took the role in other words? Did you have any vote or did you have any influence on who got the role? No. One thing you learn is that when you sign the rights over, you sign them over. Now they're going to give you all this Hollywood talk about, oh, you know, we really care about what wait a minute, if this sounds familiar, you're my brother, I'll die for you. They give you a little gift too, right? And make you feel good. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But believe me, there were many, many, many, many, many things that I just felt were so off the charts that, you know, but you know, I've also heard people who said, you're lucky I never even got a chance to talk to them. Let alone get to talk to the actors. And one of the reasons for that, in my view, this was an independently financed film. So we're not talking about a huge budget. I think it was like 27 million bucks. So now the production company looks at me and they know that I'm the kind of guy who's going to say, man, you know, that's not really the way it happened and the other thing. So they don't want me on set all that much. But the director wants me there all the time. So tug of war on that, but eventually I did get to share some things that I think really, I'm very happy or in the film..
"brian cranston" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"How big of a how big of a bribe was it? Oh, you know, compared to today's things, it was like a dollar 98, you know? This is your a game pal, a buck 98. That's a bribe. No, the way he said it was, hey, you know, we've got this festival coming on. And I'm going to have these booths there and stuff, and you know, I've been looking for asylum partner and it really cost anything. It would really be nice if we get this IRS thing all squared away and, you know, it was obvious what he was talking about. So we never got to the point of how much money it was going to be because I wasn't about to go to a Carney and work the stand. Not unless you got free popcorn and cotton candy out of it, dang it. In Florida, it's deep fried whatever it is. Deep fried whatever it is. That's a southern thing. That's why we looked away we do. Deep fried beer. Give me a beer. Let's start, let's start kind of navigating now towards one of the reasons that we're here to talk today because you've had an interesting career not only in the fact you work for three different federal agencies, but you took your experiences and you turned them into a book, which the book then turned into a movie, and not just a movie, but one that Brian Cranston ended up becoming obviously a huge star, you know, started it, but let's go back and talk about the beginnings of this. So at what point did the origins of what became the book became known as the infiltrator and you called it operation what sea chase, right? Right. Now, what did the sea stood for cartel not SCA? Folks, this is obviously audio, but like see the letter C like for cartel. You know, that's a hilarious story because the boss is always want to have some tricky thing for what the sea is for. And they're telling the media, oh, cocaine, Colombians, and cash. What really happened was I'm in my boss's office. And he goes, we need a name. You know, it's got to have a handle. So one of the guys, we had an apartment and it's the only kind of a dwelling that the government would have paid for, which was like 275 bucks a month for this rat infested apartment that was supposed to be a meeting place that we were going to use. But the place was called caliber chase. And the guy had his hand on the invoice and all I could see was the sea and chase. I said, okay, let's go with sea chase. That sounds good. And later on later on in all became all of this fancy stuff. But that's the truth of how the game sea chase. You know, and you know, you know what? That's one of the hardest things in the world is kind of off that operational name. Yeah, it's funny. It's funny, isn't it, bob, 'cause my whole partner Kevin Stevens and I, we were starting operation targeting some Colombians and bringing Coke up and the money going back. And we ended up after days and days of deliberation..
"brian cranston" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Excessive use of alcohol or illegal drugs. What people need to write, there needs to be a comment in there. I wonder if there's a round in the chamber. Look at that thing out there, bam. One shot wonder. Oh my God. Jeez. Okay. Just like just, there you go. You can't make a shit up. You can't make this shit up. And speaking of, you can't make this shit up. You can't make the shit up that our next guest. Did. And I'll tell you what. This is so cool because you know him, Steve. But I met him before I met him. And the way I met him was I was watching a movie one day, Brian Cranston, who starred in Breaking Bad, you know, became Walter white, but he starred as an agent who infiltrated the cartels and the money laundering operation specifically in a movie called the infiltrator, and this is a dude you know by the name of bob mazer. Absolutely. And this is a guy who's a gluten for punishment because the infiltrator is about him infiltrating the Medellín cartel, bringing down was a BCCI bank, one of the most corrupt banks that was ever created in the world. So he brought them down, and then he didn't get enough of it. He went after the Cali cartel, and that's what we're going to talk about today. Holy cow. And what we're going to be speaking to glutton for punishment, he started off with the IRS speaking of a glutton for punishment. He was a book for punishment because he worked for three separate federal agencies. IRS customs and then ended up at DEA, but man, what a story. He's got his books out the infiltrators also a book. And it's the book that I had after I read he sent me a copy. I read it. I had to call him and ask for explanations because it was so complex the money laundering schemes. I couldn't understand them. And now you read about he's got a new book out the betrayal and all this will be on our book side everyone. So sponsored this guy in supporting by getting his books. But this one, he talks about why he came to DEA and what one of his agencies did. He didn't complain about it on the interview here. But they just did everything, but rape him..
"brian cranston" Discussed on Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"Straighter or the chemistry. The double banana split. Yeah, yeah, right? The Comanche, whatever, yeah. So it's just the Wrangler. Just the right recording of them. All right. I mean, again, it's how the numbers are being delivered to us throughout through this article. Through this piece of news, the numbers are not lying. But the circumstances behind those numbers were those Jeep figures are those units that were already produced, just kind of sitting around. Did they go up because we had COVID happen and a lot of vehicles were not produced. I mean, there's a number of reasons why those numbers could be where they're at. And I have to agree with you Keith. I think that we're not going to really see the full picture of the impact that the full size four Bronco and the Bronco sport has had on the Jeep side of this until maybe a year or two down the road, then you'll really see it. And I'm with you. I'm shaking in my boots to know that that many units were sold by Ford. Let me put this up. Let me back this up. I'm going to try to validate my point here. Okay. Again, I don't want to see the demise of the Wrangler line. I think it's a great oh, it's awesome. Yeah. I love it. Yeah, we do. We do, man. I love Jeep. It's good stuff, man. 2020, if I'm not mistaken Ford, and announced the Bronco, right? They're unveiling Brian Cranston, the pretty much the voiceovers and all that. Okay. So in 2020, 201,310 G Wrangler sold. Now this is coming straight from. Stellantis at that time it might have been still Chrysler FCA and their report. Yeah. So 201,000, a little bit more than that in 2020. The year that the Bronco was announced. Right. This year, 2021 will last year, the most recent data we have sales for. 204,610. So not a huge variation there, right? Like a couple thousand difference. 3000 ish difference, all right? 2019, the year before the Bronco was announced. Do you want to take a guess or just want me to lay it on you? What kind of a dent do you think Ford's announcement made? And I'm going to go with over 300 K. No, it wasn't that steep. They lost. They declined between 2019 and 2020 about 30,000 units. Oh, really? So 2019. 228,000 42. Okay. Okay, 2019, 228,000 O 42, 2020, 201,000. Roughly 30,000. 2018. Right. 240,040 thousand. Oh, there's a little bit of a decline going on. See what's happening here? I do see. I do see there was a lot of chat or do you think people were waiting around just to see what would happen. And then maybe maybe some of the true fans that were looking to see what that Bronco was going to be out committed to the Bronco or didn't commit to the Bronco right out of the gate. That 35,000 number that Ford said I'm showing you right there. It hit them. Where they went, man. Yeah, that's exactly where they were. From 2019 to 2020, Wrangler sales declined by roughly 30,000 units. Okay. So you heard it here first, right? And we're going to come back and we're going to refer back to this video in a year and we'll say a year. I think January next year would be a good time because we'll get the quarterly earnings, right? Yeah. We'll know how many vehicles moved. Let's revisit this thing. So make sure that you're subscribed to our channel..