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"Idea for screenplay keep the song of the expense. Called last plane out, and it was about a psychic who had just broken up with her boyfriend on was taking the last plane out to go see her mother because she was so heartbroken on she fell asleep on the plane was taking off and had a vision that it was going to crash. She was like a world renowned psychic, so people knew that she was a celebrity on she knew what seats would hold survivors. What seats would and somehow the passengers became aware of this, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah on I'm saying, blah, blah, blah, because I could never figure the story out. But I always saw Sandra Bullock is the psychic. I just thought it was like a great idea of somebody being heavy being aware of where you were sitting, determining where you would if you would survive or not, and having to make the judgment based on the A whole behavior of some of the passengers. You know what I'm saying She had the choice. She had the power of life and death in her hands. And I tried for a decade and a half toe work this story out, and I couldn't so instead of a movie, all were left is this kick ass course will go ahead, Ben. She's going The last man. Wait. One more time. Something is weird. That movie would have been huge and the fact that I wanted to star Sandra Bullock shows you how long ago I had that idea. Because she was a big major star at the time. You too, saw that movie, right? Have you.
"bullock" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Bullock says. They're also needs to be more fuel to power them, and that's up to the Texas Railroad Commission going to be have to be looked at all the way back to the to the well itself. To determine how much that needs to be winterized. How much fuel needs to be secured supply chain if you will, from the well to the power plant has got to be looked at. Meanwhile, Abbott will address taxes tonight regarding the state's response to the power outages. Wkbw. He will carry it live tonight at six and President Biden will visit Texas later this week. According to the White House. The president and the first lady will travel to Houston on Friday and the Senate hearing into the deadly right at the U. S Capitol January 6th focused on security decisions made that day when five people, including a U. S Capitol police officer, died him in the chaos following a stop the still rally for former President Donald Trump. Correspondent Rachel Sutherland for Capitol Police chief Steven Son told Senate lawmakers the Attackers came prepared for war. They came with their own radio system to coordinate the attack. Climbing gear and other equipment to defeat the capital's security features. I am sickened by what I witnessed that day. There are conflicting accounts about why there was a delay in National Guard assistance Son claims he called for help it 109 P. M. But former House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving said he didn't get an official request until after 2 P.m.. More hearings are expected as lawmakers investigate security failures before and during the riot. Rachel Sutherland Fox is from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 5 30 24 7 Coverage at WB AP Taco..
Sandra Bullock Joins Brad Pitt in Sony’s ‘Bullet Train’
"Could sandra bullock and brad pitt be the next movie dream team. There are a whole bunch of reports out that say they will host our with brad in bullet train now no coming from the studio but if it is true it would be the first time they've ever worked together on a movie and i am so so here for it.
Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions
"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run
Boston removes controversial Lincoln statue
"In boston. A statue depicting a formerly enslaved men kneeling before president. Lincoln has been removed after the boston. Art commission voted unanimously. To take it down during the summer at the height of the anti-racist nationwide uprising the vote came after a campaign spearheaded by boston. Artist tori bullock. Who responded tuesday to the removal. This is a great day for the city of boston. In case you didn't know this has been up for one hundred and forty one years for boston to be the first place to come up with any kind of legitimate process to decommission these controversial statues in a respectful manner. It warms my heart and makes me proud is a proud day for me and for my city
Statue of slave kneeling before Lincoln removed in Boston
"Statue depicting Abraham Lincoln and a freed slave removed from Park Square. Here's WBZ is Karen Regal Thing Stand two shows a slave kneeling before Abraham Lincoln. It had been standing since 18 79. Hurry. Bullets started the petition to the city to remove it among those saying it was demeaning to people of color, Bullock says. Imagine another historically oppressed group so pictured for anyone that feels that this is not that offensive or they don't understand what's wrong with it. Take whoever you are. Put you on your knees, Put you on a pedestal and put some other person above you on and see how you would feel about that. I just feel like it was a very subservient view. A lot of African Americans didn't agree with and it finally, finally he did something about it. The Boston Art Commission voted unanimously to remove the statue in June, and now its pedestal is empty.
Trump-Kemp Dispute Creates Rift Within Georgia GOP as Runoff Elections Nears
"You might need to win an election is a unified message. But Republican unity is hard to come by in the state of Georgia. Right now, President Trump has called Governor Brian Camp a fool and a clown for refusing to overturn President elect Joe Biden's victory there. Kemp says intervening in the election would be illegal and pressure over that dispute is creating a rift within the state's Republican Party just three weeks before runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate from member station to be Abie in Atlanta ever hurt reports Earlier this month, Governor Brian Kemp gave a press conference at the state Capitol about George's plan to distribute the Corona virus vaccine. Well, good afternoon, everyone. First of all, let me thank you for joining us today. Also, the elephant in the room is politics and on the Facebook Live comments. It's center stage. This man has turned his back on his Republican Party, writes one Georgian Can't believe I voted for you. Camp sellout, says another. And don't bother to run again. You're finished. Needless to say, Georgia Republicans are divided right now. Some lawmakers air calling to override the governor and back the president by demanding a special session of the Legislature. We're here in Athens today, Bert Jones with US And bring the beach part of the gang of four, putting out a petition demanding a special session. They're trying to go around the governor they need to Republican State Senators, Jones and Beach were on the John Fredericks Show and National Pro Trump Radio program. Last week, they alleged large scale voter fraud, which Republican election officials have said didn't happen. Here's beach and I can tell you if we do not fix this, and that's why I'm so adamant about this. I'm so fearful. That we're gonna wake up January 6, and we're not gonna like what happened because it's not going to be a fair election. Beach and Jones are responding to pressure from their pro trump constituents like those tearing camp apart on the Internet and calling in on this show, Let's get to the phone lines. Where we have Caroline from Sandy Springs carry these senators, some say, are ready to break the law to back President Trump. But Caroline wants them to know it's still not enough. We are mad on being very nice right now. We need you to step up into your part. We need you to stand up for us. Now. The pressure is so fierce on Republican state lawmakers, it was difficult to find someone willing to speak on the record for this story. They're worried about being targeted. But one did. My name was Chuck Martin represented 49th district up in North Fulton County. Martin is a longtime Republican. He spent 18 years in the General Assembly and wishes President Trump won the election. But he liked the governor doesn't believe the Constitution allows the Legislature to intervene That hasn't stopped tens of thousands of emails from flowing in. I'm getting an email that says, Stand true to your oath of office do this. But standing true to my oath of office doesn't allow me to do that. It's been the most frustrating moment in his public service career, he says, because some people have been completely convinced by misinformation. Like one retired army colonel who is pushing for the election to be overturned. Martin responded with language from the state Constitution, saying, Please explain how I can legally do what you're asking me to do. And instead from him, I get no How instead you know, he calls me a coward. A traitor. You know somebody that won't stand up to my oath of office. That's frustrating to me. I mean, I take this job seriously. President Trump is creating a rift in the Republican Party at a very inopportune time, says Charles Bullock, a political scientist at the University of Georgia as we saw in November of this year The Republican Party doesn't have AH, large commanding lead within Georgia, It is rarely close. It could be the kind of division it opens the door for Democrats to do very well in 2022. Jeannie Bradley is a Republican voter from helps about in Eastern Georgia. She was at a Mike Pence rally this month. And she's just confused because of the mixed messages about the election and about her Republican leaders. But we need to know more. You know, you're getting bits and pieces from all of the news media. You don't know. What to believe anymore, And it's just not the news media. It's people you know. In general, Republicans will still have her vote. But there are other people, she says, who may throw up their hands in this chaos, vote democratic or skip the election. And if Republicans lose the run offs, the big divisions that have emerged since November will likely only intensify in the GOP for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta
US cybersecurity agency warns suspected Russian hacking campaign broader than previously believed
"Definitely stick around for the mandalorian post credits scene. After the season. Two finale by eliana document warning spoilers. For the mandalorian season two finale below disney announced a slew of new star wars shows during an investor. Call earlier this month. Including to directly tied to the mandalorian and asakusa series and a drama called rangers of the new republic. But the studio wasn't done plumbing the depths of the mandalorian ip at the season. Two finale of the hit disney plus show previewed yet another spin off series set for december. Twenty twenty one. The book of boba. The episode itself was jam packed with action. Mando gathered together a crew to save baby. Yoda now technically called grow goo but baby. Yoda sounds cuter from the villainous. Mov gideon boba fett created a diversion for the rest of the gang and then flew off into space. Mando then secured baby. Yoda and the dark. Saber by defeating moth gideon in battle but faced a dire challenge in the form of the dark troopers legal imperial droids then none other than luke skywalker arrived to save. Mando's posse and take on the child as his apprentice for story reasons. It's rather convenient. That boba fett wasn't around for luke's cameo considering that bobo once hunted down and tried to kill luke in his friends that would have made for an awkward reunion. But that's not the last we see of fat in a post credits scene. He and finnick infiltrate the lay job of the huts palace on tattoo wayne. New occupied by some of bogus old sycophants including bib fortuna. They kill nearly. Everyone led a slave escape and make themselves comfortable on. Job is thrown then book of boba flashes across the screen along with the december. Twenty twenty one premier date. The announcement comes just one day after original boba. Fett actor jeremy bullock died at the age of seventy five book of boba. Is the ninth star wars show now in the works at disney plus along with a third season of the mandalorian the rogue one prequel door a mandalorian spinoff titled rangers of the new republic. And obi wan show set between episodes three and four soka centered on jed eye us. Oh catano animated series the bad batch a show called the acolyte from the creator of netflix's russian doll and landau starring the cape loving crusader himself.
21 charged in alleged drug ring at major North Carolina universities
"It's possible talks could stretch into the weekend. Drug trafficking rings operating on and near three North Carolina college campuses have been broken up our gym Carcela with details role, and local authorities are calling it an astonishing drug distribution ring at three North Carolina college campuses. Nearly two dozen people are facing criminal charges stemming from an investigation of drug trafficking at UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University and Appalachian State University. English actor Jeremy Bullock first donned a helmet Cape and Jet pack to play
Jeremy Bulloch, Boba Fett in first 'Star Wars' trilogy, dies
"A key figure in the Star Wars movies franchise has died Jeremy Bulloch has passed away his agency the actor who first played Boba Fett in the original Star Wars trilogy is died he was seventy five and his reps say he had been living with Parkinson's disease for years when he died at a London hospital well looks role as the infamous Mandalorian bounty hunter is well known to Star Wars fans he swiped the frozen in carbonite Han solo in nineteen eighties the empire strikes back in nineteen eighty three eastern of the jet I Star Wars co stars mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams are among those paying tribute hello says bullock was a fine actor and fine man while Williams is mourning the loss what he calls the best bounty hunter in the galaxy I'm a squirrel's Gabriel
U.S. reaches new milestones for coronavirus deaths
"Virus vaccine US cases of the disease and deaths are hitting all time highs. NPR's Nathan Rott reports that Los Angeles County said a number of grim pandemic milestones on Thursday health officials in Los Angeles County have confirmed nearly 13,000 new coronavirus cases. Shattering the previous daily record. They also sadly reported the first death of a child from Cove in 19 in L. A county. News comes his hospitals are filling up regionally and around other parts of the country less than 8% of ICU beds in all of Southern California were still available as of Thursday afternoon. In the San Joaquin Valley less than 2%. State and local governments are implementing stayed home orders to try and slow the spread of cove in 19, and they're urging people to not travel this holiday season. Nathan Rott. NPR NEWS LOS Angeles Montana Governor Steve Bullock says his state is preparing for
Black Friday 2020 Facebook Marketing Strategies
"Today the unofficial shop five podcast we are going to discuss some indepth facebook ads strategies for Black Friday cyber Monday twenty twenty is right around the corner not sure if you've heard of black Friday yet, but certainly, you're going to walk away with a lot of ideas today on what to do and in the past we have done. Episodes in years past where we really exhaustively walked through like this is the strategy. This is what each audience is. GonNa look like got very technical with it. This year, we're going to go higher level in more strategic and we're GONNA walk through like, okay. What can we learn from last year? What's the strategy this year, and then what are twenty twenty specific? Considerations. So I think that's going to provide a lot of value for everybody and joining me to discuss it is frequent recurring guest Kurt bullock. He's founder of an e commerce marketing agency. The produce department has a ton of ECOMMERCE experience knows facebook ads backwards and forwards, and that's why for years he has been our strategic marketing partner either cycle and we still. Greatly enjoy that relationship Mr Bullock. Thank you for being here. I appreciate it. Thanks Kurt. Happy to be here. All right. So. Give me well, all right. What's The let's open up with like what is the one key takeaway you want people to have when thinking about their facebook ads for twenty twenty the one thing that if they they need this piece of advice so that they can just quit listening. Let's let's lead with value. All right. That's a hard one, but I would probably summit up as. Being prepared because this year is. All over the place, we don't exactly know what? Black. Friday is going to look like this year and so I like to go. ooh. Be prepared little dramatic. Yes. Be prepared now. I just talked like to have optionality built into what I'm doing pre. Yes. So have give yourself options so that you're not scrambling at the last minute if things go differently than you might have expected I like that. That is good advice. So we're going for A. More risk averse strategy, and one interesting thing I saw facebook group this morning. But Mark Arruda for constantly very gear said, I don't know what's going. He said I'm paraphrasing, but he basically said we don't know what's going to happen. In November and on Black Friday and got, we really don't because the election is this wildcard and the pandemic there's it is so different weird in twenty twenty and he said, so we're going to run early bird sale in at the end of October, and then that way we have at least we'd know we hedged are bats we we took our shot however you want to phrase it. So I think I like where your head's at. Yeah. I've got I've seen that strategy. A lot of people are planning on doing things early this year the one thing that you kind of are you know playing with is People are in like super high intense shopping mindset near Black Friday and so you you definitely get that benefit when you're running your ads over that time and also like if you are running your ads and your promotion too early. You know. Most. Often, you're probably still going to be doing something over black Friday as well. So going to have multiple promotions running in a short period of time. So you of have to hold those two things intention and figure out. What to do, but we do have a lot of clients already started. To promotions just to get because there's a lot of concern about getting products on time and having sold out. Yeah. So the the concerns that merchants have and customers alike have are. Are we going to be able to get our stuff at time both can the can the inventory reach the merchant in the warehouse because we don't know what we're still seeing bottlenecks in the effects of essentially losing up to ten weeks of production time in q two and. In, once or start being placed, well, all these carriers are already slammed. So what's that GonNa, look like when things hit their peak in the first week of December like what kind of delays it slowdowns are we're gonNA see so I, don't think it's going to be like a complete apocalypse, but maybe things will be be delayed a few days but the the deadlines all the ship carriers gave for this year they're essentially the same as last year the yeah they're the same as last year I was surprised to see that. I. Thought. It would be at least a little bit more conservative than what they did. But I also like this, it's no surprise to anybody. So they've now they have been There are already weeks or possibly months into hiring additional couriers staff at CETERA bright. So and certainly like work. Oh, some sub consumers already shopping it. We knew that sub consumers always did shop in October. Now they just have a really good excuse. Right. Yeah. Google did a bunch of serving recently and you know. Result said that two thirds of shoppers planned to? START, their shopping extra early this year because of those inventory issues and just fear of like delivery stuff's not gonNa make it in time. So I think justify all of that and more justifies moving their start dates up in and talking about those things in your messaging. And it also has the effect of I. Mean there's there's some real potential scarcity. Here with all of this do. You know making sure that your products are. Available on the site and you get first pick a shopper.
Police officer killed by rooster's blade during cockfight raid
"By a rooster there supposedly band during the pandemic. But cockfights have continued in the Philippines and now they've cost a police officer. His life. Lieutenant Christine Bullock was breaking up an illegal cock fight in a provincial town. When one of the roosters struck him with the razor sharp steel blade tied to its leg. It sliced through his left thigh, opening an artery. He bled to death. Three people were arrested and illegal. Betting proceeds were confiscated. Totaling $11, Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London 25
Philippine police chief killed by rooster in cockfight raid
"A police officer in the Philippines was killed by a rooster's blade while raiding a cockfight, an official reported Tuesday. The Rooster's sharp blade of fixed to its leg for fighting somehow cut through the police officers ephemeral artery on his, the BBC reported. The officer, identified as Lieutenant Christine Bullock. Christine is apparently a man, but it is the Philippines was pronounced dead at the hospital. Cockfighting is a popular sport in the Philippines but has been made temporarily illegal in an effort naturally to contain the Corona virus. Three people were arrested in connection with the cock fight, and police are looking for three others. Seven roosters were confiscated in the raid, according to the BBC. I guess they're gonna have to investigate Which of the rooster's is guilty of murder, and they'll have to, you know, get a geek to snap its head off. Under normal circumstances. The sport, which is illegal in the United States, because it's considered animal cruelty is allowed on Sundays and holidays in licensed cockpits in the Philippines.
Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors
"A record amount of outside money is flooding into Senate races across the country. Of course, control of the chamber is up for grabs in next week's election. As NPR's gyms are only reports much of the outside money comes from groups whose donors are mystery. Last March. A day before the filing deadline, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would challenge the Republican Senate incumbents Steve Daines, and so began the epic battle of this Steve's on the airwaves. I think that Danes had his first attack at up in I would say it was less than a week. Lee Banville teaches journalism at the University of Montana, he says many millions of dollars are being spent on the race the population of its largest city. Billings, Khun fit inside a big college football stadium. So all those millions by a lot of TV and Internet ads, whether it's the radio, or, you know, gosh knows if you're watching the nightly news or jeopardy. You just It's political out after political ad do you call a man who doesn't just accept trumps corruption? But votes for it? What do you call a man like this? You call him? Delis. That ad is paid for by the never Trumper Lincoln Project, one of the most prolific spenders this year. Montana writer Dan Brooks wonders if he sledgehammers subtle negative ads turn off voters from the perspective of people that I talked about. It just makes everyone generally angry at politics. I think that like Just seeing it everywhere is alienating. Many of these groups have bland names that obscure who they really are. Ah, bill passed by the House would force them to be more transparent about their funders. It's stuck on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is desk. The idea behind the bill is that voters should know where this outside money is coming from, even if they can't get rid of it altogether. Jim's a roly NPR
Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Announces Over $10.5 Million for Philadelphia Artists, Organizations
"A a pandemic pandemic hit, hit, but but one one of of Philadelphia's Philadelphia's largest largest philanthropic philanthropic organizations organizations is is investing investing millions millions of of dollars. dollars. The The local local artistic artistic efforts. efforts. Story Story from K Y W Skin glow over 41 Arts and cultural organizations in the region are receiving grants from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage Executive Director Bullock Moran Cola awarded 29 Project grounds We have awarded 12 Artist Fellowships. The Total award is $10.5 million. And the money goes toward projects, performances and exhibitions. Programs will be designed for in person and digital experience, and Maren Cola says each project engages in a substantial social or cultural issue. One of the recipients of the Institute for Disabilities, a Temple university. Lisa Sana, born director of the institute's media, arts and culture, says a grant of $359,000 will be used to explore the pen, Hearst State School and Hospital which closed in 1987. We thought that there was room to tell the story of pen Hearst in a new way, and one that really centered On the voices of people of disabilities and their families of the people who were most directly impacted by the practice of institutionalization. Currently, pen Hirsch has been used as a haunted house attraction, an idea Sonneborn says that those in the disabled community find offensive. Kim Glovis
Sandra Bullock to Star in Romance-Action Film ‘Lost City of D’ for Paramount
"Sandra Bullock is producing and starring in a new romantic action film. It's called The Lost City of D O. Endit film is centred on a romance author who discovered well, you'll be able to when When the movie comes out, it's about a romance author discovers at a fictional city she's written about Israel, prompting her to embark on a risky journey to find the city student for D Looking for D. Apparently, Paramount is eyeing Ryan Reynolds. As a possible co star in the loan. I would watch those two together in a movie. I mean, the last time they were together, it was malaria will like their chemistry was in the proposal all the way back in 2009. Yes,
"bullock" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"He's you go watch it. He Jose is it a big hole? No, it's NFL. So the saints agents like, yeah they could if they're gonNA do that, they gotta call it both ways on just like. They did on Darius Phillips. Oh it wasn't even a win like they were like, oh, it wasn't pass interference, but it was. Like before that, like was a major play like that I don't know Bro like the refs semi I'm with you I don't like to jump on the refs, but it was not being called the same way both ways it was a lot of like craziness kinda going on. This is the question that I ask all fans and if you're in the comments right now you're talking is closer is an extra self this. If you won that football game today, what would you have been thinking about even still in a win? Right because like. Is Easy to think about every single thing that didn't go your way when you lose who are but some of the stuff like I just sit back and I, think even if we would've won that game. I probably wouldn't have thought about the dearest Phillips. Charged to the game there's a couple of different than ours at a game. In as green thing A in. A. Really tough like I I don't feel like throughout the game that it was so lopsided or anything like that. There were a couple of times where I think the Guy Seventy one, he drew our office alignment on all sides or something like that, and they called it the other way at thought that has stood out at this time. But it wasn't anything that I felt like dishes. The reason we lost the game. So that's that's how I look at like referees officiating and stuff like that. Of course, the microscope is on Asia Green play because potentially the game winning touchdown what you should have been Throughout the game I don't feel like I was wrong or anything. The reason why I felt like I wanted to bring some the microscope. So that is because might Williams did it the whole entire game and it wasn't So. We gotta we gotta look at it like in both ways, but for the most part now, I feel like the bengals just. You know like a on one part of me. People are going to say, why did they do this because you lost right but as you want I think you would have walked away and say, Joe, borough, managed to game the way he should have been he didn't make any big mistakes up into the interception that he may where he's gotTa be smart enough to say, Hey, look this screen is not working right here. For them before most I thought they played a pretty. Sound Game on Defense Jesse base was looking. So good John Spies. Like, only time I saw him in a negative is like a couple of times like going to titans like honor Hunter Henry or whatever, and that was later in the game. But throughout the the game, his intelligence showed up to be able to identify plays in going to the week one of a season you don't have any film as except the stuff from last year for him to identify like he had three big impact plays Sam. Hubbard had to really big impact plays but Jesse Bays all game. If you were gonNA catch pass he was going to get over there and you to get hit for. I I hated the car they had on him on the helmet. The Dow Mirror. Even when even? Even the one that was down the field. When that happened I say twenty twenty I just noted the rest. If you go hi, the rescue call it all day it doesn't even matter if it does because of the impact of it the way did it looks If you go. Hi, they're gonNA call that all day so I don't know if people react in the same way, but one thing that I wanted to talk about Was Aj Green Return Aj grain with him. You know not planning for for two seasons. I personally like whenever I watch a play I was happy to see him out there in the same kind of weird that on some plays like I. think that also I two or three series they were taking him out on third down which to me I was like, why are you GonNa take your best receiver out on third down but Matsan his was that he played very solid like I heard people saying some weird stuff during the game on twitter like Oh. He looks hurt he looked slow this and that I didn't get that. Did you get that because I didn't? I didn't that. Talking about he was the animal you remember that little that little red senior out during that he snatched reduce. It was an animal. There's only there's only like fifteen wide receivers in NFL that can that can catch that right or everything he was lip the only the only. Fans got to make sure your watch other football games. That is much challenge that I tell everybody else. This is another thing that's going to happen to us all year and it's GonNa drive me crazy wash. There are so many players on his team that should get the ball. In I agree with you, you play as a all day. I think they had him on the snap count does is my theory But There's so many players. That every game we're GONNA walk away. You know everybody was hitting me and say, why didn't you throw what they higgins? You know every game do you realize like imagine a charges doing that right? They could've they could've schemed up more stuff for Keenan Allen, they went to Mike Williams they went to Hunter Henry in Austin who else do they have to throw it to? We literally have like nine dues that we all that we all know what would start for any team in the NFL. So every single game you're going to walk away and say, why did he get? The one thing I did say is that Joe Mixon should have got way more targets in the passing game I think him getting targeted in a passing game and not just toss sweeps like just whether be check down or whatever just him in open Phil just to get his. Legs turning because by the time we got to the fourth quarter. He started like start they find a groove and stuff I. Think you do him a disservice by getting him off the field I know you WANNA get Geo involved right but I don't think anyone would mind if you win a game in Joe Mixing comes out with three four catches for forty yards in Iran's for eighty nine yards or something you say, damn, he went for over one hundred you really gotta get mixing involved in passing into to even warrant the money you're paying you're paying them that type of to be that guy like that Kinda Guy.
The GREATEST Wealth Strategy of All Time with Reshveen Rajendran
"The greatest wealth strategy of all time who is not going to press play on this I mean fire nation if you're listening to this right now you obviously did I'm excited chat about this because there's a lot we're going to be covering and you have quite the story forest US brothers. So let's dive right into the story because I want to know how does a person go for making a million dollars a year to a million dollars a week break down for This year collected to combat a once and what happened was Tony Robbins became speaking been. Talked about how to dominate me say there's one Gorby said if you give more than every other person to give more Salvia yourself more than every other person in your industry, then you dominate and you win. Any. Seat John I think sometimes you know. Sometimes gets in your body in your soul. So like did quarter really really sunk in men how do you? How do I give more than everybody else and then really really stood something thinking my spirit is this something in my soul. Came back. Entrepreneur on file. Also, fire on fire to give money every single person all day in my industry and dude, you know like if you seen my actions like the action that. Are Given so much a neural. Brunton did something you said give your best stuff for free? I need this things man I need this do things I get my best offer free contrary what entrepreneurs beliefs And I. meet. Sure that I guess more than everybody else out there that nobody would even catch up what else doing this Halloween four million dollars in a year to generating a million dollars in a single week in the month of June I mean fire nation. This is one of those lessons you just have to really absorb just like rush Wien absorbed at Tony Robbins quote so. Eloquently it is critical to recognize the fact that when people don't know you when they don't necessarily have the opportunity to trust you yet they're not just going to lay down their hard earned money to invest in a product or a service or coaching from you like whatever that might look like you need to earn that trust and what better way than what rush Wien. Is talking about by giving the best of yourself for free to completely out serving your competition to such a level that you absolutely dominate and rush, and you're talking to fire nation. It's it's a massive audience around the world and a lot of people right now are saying, well, how do we even get started like I'd love to make a million dollars a week heck. I'd love to make a million dollars a year mean I'd love to make a million dollars over the next five years. That's a lot of money. But what would you say is the best way for somebody listening right now who has very little to get started generating income for themselves. Good. I. Love This. I. Love Your Question Man I love Christian and Syed. I have. I run my company Eramet Company. DEEM RUSH DOT COM check me out and stuff but ironic company in John. I wanted to share with you that I have this vision sue big in my vision is to create the largest community of givers in the would. That's my vision. That's what I've actually set my mind to do. In you know, it's very interesting that you asked me the question because just yesterday somebody actually asked me the same question, right? He is like. So again, a swimming bullock following me and yesterday somebody actually means wishing. He's like rush. Why don't you reply? Why don't you reply to messages right. So again, let me read you this exact messages crazy man, right so You to play I know you told me give more or you didn't know this but I have nothing to give men I will surely stop giving once not growing. Right see the problem is is in many people always see I will give I get rich I will give what I have the knowledge I will you know I will do whatever it takes but. When heavy but he meant you give when you have nothing. I don't know if it makes sense like what I'm seeing. Make sense but you know it's like. Women people tell me that. I was giving when I started growing I'll stop the meeting when I actually make money doesn't make sense. To me is like telling me like he made, I'll stop eating right excising. When I get expect right? Like Dude, you get the six pack because you're eating right and because you are
Is Space Junk Cluttering Up The Final Frontier
"We are tackling a question from listener. Rachel. Weiss space-junk this growing population of manmade objects cluttering up Earth orbit so Does that happen? Okay I. Let's consider what satellites are made out of metal plastic glass powered by batteries or solar panels, and when they're placed in specific orbital highways, they stay there moving. So quickly that they don't fall towards the earth kind of like, you know if you had to put a boat in a body of water, you want to avoid fighting the current kind of thing that's more. But jaw who we met earlier, he says that from sputnik onwards, our satellites have been creating debris shedding spent rocket bodies pieces becoming glued satellites have been known to explode when unspent fuel is on board, and of course, they can cross flightpaths and collide with one another and whenever satellite shed pieces they. Tend to not should one but many many pieces, hundreds of thousands of pieces depending on the type of collision. These collisions rarely destroy the satellites, but they can alter their operation and send pieces jettisoning off into space affected not only by gravity, but other physical forces. So we're pressure thermal radiation charged particle, environment interactions with you know magnetic fields, and all of this makes it very difficult to predict what space junk will do next the little that falls back to Earth, which is one object that day on average burns up or falls into the ocean. So space junk is probably not going to land on your head. Have you calculated that probability because you're GONNA ask me this question I haven't. But there's a scientist mark. Matinee, at NASA orbital debris program who has it's one in several trillion honestly I still like it but okay Mattie the people you should worry about more astronauts right? The International Space Station actually has a tracker to monitor for collision risk and they will maneuver out of the way when the risk is too great. Wow. But I feel like if there was a major collision, I would hurt about it, right? Yeah. There hasn't been a major collision you know the US military NASA and other agencies and groups around the world they tracked debris and Warren of potential collisions but there's been a few scares in recent decades. So in two thousand, fifteen, for example, the crew. On. The International Space Station had to hide in their Sawyer's capsules. Basically, the stations lifeboat when debris from an old Russian weather satellite came dangerously close. I don't like that no spacecraft and satellites will routinely maneuver out of harm's way but only if they have ample warning so the whole spacefaring community was pretty rattled when in two, thousand, seven, the Chinese military destroyed one of their own weather satellites they were testing out anti-satellite. Technology. Brian Weeden, remembers tracking this big explosion for the US air. Force. I personally was sort of shocked. It was of like wow Brian was part of a squadron that counted the resulting debris and in the end ended up cataloging more than three thousand objects. So that one. Got turned into three thousand things and that's just the things we can track wasn't space junk a big part of the movie gravity you are remembering cracks lake. From the missile strike has caused a chain reaction hitting other satellites in creating desgris two thousand eighteen Hollywood movie begins with a chatty George Clooney and Sandra bullock servicing the Hubble space telescope gays, and contentedly back at Earth. When this huge cloud of debris from missile strike grips through communications blackout it's a bad situation happen North America's laws individual. Dramatic portrayal definitely raise the profile of space junk. Even if the portrayal wasn't very accurate I, think navy on the whole it has been a good thing for for the issue. Even, if I might grumble a little bit scientists love to grumble. That's Brian Weeden again he's now the director of program planning for the Secure World Foundation thinks a lot about sustainability in space, and he says that opening scene gravity doesn't capture the true problem over the breath catches him was portrayed as sort of a nuclear chain reaction. Right there's one event that sets off this series of things that will happen very fast. The reality is sort of the opposite where it's it's like climate change. The problem with space junk is it's a long relatively slow accumulation over decades with a big negative impact down the road. Got It. Yeah. So Brian says. The risk of space junk involves convincing people, launching satellites, governments, and companies to change their behavior. Now mindful of the future and maybe have a little inconvenience or a little more cost now to forestall bad things in the future, and that's a really difficult argument to make because we humans just aren't engineered to kind of think like that preach especially when nothing truly catastrophic has happened yet but space junk is already proving to be problematic in the short term, it's translating into real world costs a satellite. Field alerts about potential collisions. Do Do I change my satellites orbit because that costs fuel and that will shorten the lifetime your satellite, which isn't good for the commercials base economy, which is Kinda booming right now. Yeah. We did that episode all about how SPACEX IS GONNA put a bunch of satellites up there. Right you know in the long term space junk has the potential to not only collide with manned spacecraft like the International Space Station, but threatens satellites at all levels of orbit like those used for imaging and whether data collection, which then could mean our climate models are less accurate or we don't have a good way to track the mirrors and that could have negative
Boston's Northeastern University Sends Warning To 115 Freshman After Post Shows Willingness To Party
"University is implementing a widespread on campus Cove. It 19 testing program for students. And And the the university, university, issuing issuing a a warning warning to to students students who who might might think think it's it's OK OK to to go go to to parties. parties. W W busies busies Mike Mike Macklin Macklin reports reports it it was was Eastern Eastern students students are are self self administering administering the Koven 19 test attesting stations inside the cabbage visited center on campus. Students on campus more than one day a week need to self test every five days. Those on campus less frequently every seven days. Briana Bullock is a student from Maryland. I think compared to other universities, I like that we're being proactive about it. And that we're doing it as often and trying to get ahead of it before we actually have to get sent Omar, it becomes a bigger deal. It was Eastern issued a stern warning to 115 incoming freshman who responded affirmatively to an instagram pull that asked if they plan to host will go to parties. I like that the university was like being mindful about how it could impact the entire population,
"bullock" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"More. What's going on the IT? Is Kinda Fun that they were all just friends. Though 'cause isn't that reminds you of sort of like the forever dog network and a little way in a little little way that is definitely just like. Oh! In a big way spl making what are we doing? What are we doing, but just like making sandwiches together? That's what podcast is is our nation's. Shorten Weird. Yeah can't wait till I. Scrub all of this from the Internet. We're all scrubbing all. From the Internet. When I'm like. Yes. Jolie fully like our Powell and They the PODCASTS and we're just like we don't talk about. It doesn't exist. So I, don't think I'll ever I think I could. Win An Oscar and I. Don't think I'll ever be able to stop podcasting. Just because like I I feel like you can't forget. That's what I like truly what I've. The only thing I've done really of note is podcasting and I. I feel like you can't forget. You can't forget that you know I want to be the first Oscar Award winner I want to be the first Oscar Award winning podcast are. GonNa be the first Oscar winner for podcast. Dr How they like open, the Pulitzer so that like audio could get. They're going to open the Oscars because it's all guys were shortlisted this year. Right for sure. Yeah, just. You guys and what the fuck and. Koroma's podcasts. Yeah, yeah, This American Life One, but like that's okay. Yeah, there was there were things that play and people were pulling strings, but we know in our hearts and structural. Well you know who really I'm glad we got, we got a trip daily. So next we're GONNA do a little game of Fuck Mary kill as opposed to using people. We're going to use like moments from Sandra's career. Kind of see where we all land, but first we have to think up like three different things for us to choose from so I. Oh, do you have any thoughts on this or Joel? Obviously I think like at blindside is like to Wean. We all know what it would be. So I think we need to go sort of. In a in a an unusual direction, I'm GONNA I'm. GonNa say making sandwiches should be up there. Yes. Great Perfect. I feel like. I'm how I mean the the ROM com, wake. Persona just like the charm. that. She's got. Misconduct Queen, so she's got the weird. She's got the comedy chops. and. View I think like I. Think kind of maybe like this this current phase where she's like wound down a little bit and just kind of Lake does what she wants to do doesn't feel the pressure to. Three, the ad like later stage, Sandra. Or call. You're I. Mean we didn't even talk about Oceans Eight. I. Think is a little telling about that film, but I think she's great in I, think she it's it's weirdly that movie is the problem with that movie. Versus the other oceans movies is that the other Oceans Movies were like an ensemble movie where you understood everyone's relationship to each other and the oceans eight movie. It was a movie about Sandra Bullock and then her friends. And yes. I think it also was a movie. It was like Oh fuck. We didn't think Riana would say yes oh shit. Now have to do something. I also think my biggest issue with the oceans. Eight movie is that it completely undermines its message when they're like we're GonNa get a crew all women. No, it's going to be all women and in spoiler alert for the end of Oceans Eight, the Asian from Oceans all eleven at twelve and thirteen is the reason they are able to pull off the heist. Just fine, so find another like per yet. They literally like. You're telling me there isn't a single. CONTORTIONIST. It was crazy. Just like literally make that one of aquafina skill. It's not hard it's. Double I know we can't I'll I'll edit? Okay so that phase of her career so I'm GONNA say. Fuck making sandwiches. Mary Comedy Queen Yes and kill late stage producer Sandy. Okay I. Have I think the same exact? Peck before you say that I do want to mention and. You're answering. Your answer included in her crocus. Oriel You Know A. Legend or, whatever. Is the fact that she was an executive producer on the George Lopez show. Does that answer. No. And can I tell you something? It's simply change mine. Okay. What's your? What's your answer? I think I have the same answer as you guys I mean. Mary sandwiches just because I want to see it. I want to know it and have the story to tell my friends. Mary Rom Com Queen that's how a matter. Bin. That's my comfort long day on the road. At the Radisson Miss Congeniality is on TV two weeks. Notice is on TV I WANNA. Watch the. Two weeks, notice yes. Love that love that film trump. Kamya makes you think remember when he was an actor. Do us. won't kill producer. I will say that my final thought on Sandy is that she is good in everything. Even when the movie is bad, except furthers one actually bad Sandra bullock performance. There's one bad Sandra bullock performance. It was in the last ten years. Can you guess what it last year? And I like that you're like there is one and it's. There's an answer. I thought it, and there is an answer. It's a movie I mean you can throw out whatever you think. It feels like the blindside, but I know your argument No because it's a bad movie, but I think she does, but she needed to do in that movie. It's not all about. Yeah. I don't have a gun. It is unfortunately. Minions should plays villages you. The FEMALE DYLAN IN MINIONS AND Yes I've seen minions, and yes, I'm here to tell you. Not, a voice actor she. There's something that's missing from the voice. Acting is such a weird thing like you can just tell. She was in booth by herself for three hours doing the lines for minions, and it is not dynamic. It is not funny. It is not charismatic like she. It is like one of the most disastrous voice acting performances heard, and there's a reason I. Don't think you've ever heard her. Do it since or before that even. Wow longest. Oh? She was in the Prince of Egypt. She was in the Prince of Egypt voice acting. She was fine, but I seem like more of like. That's like acting, but like doing doing like a big broad villain arrogance. You're not for Sandy, not foreseen. That's all I'll say, and that's what I believe in Santa. If you're listening babe. I defended you when no one else would so let me have this. Okay? Sandy..
"bullock" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"I think. That Sandra Bullock. Could have done. My best friend's wedding and Erin Brockovich bought Julia Roberts could not have done. Miss, congeniality. or Speak Well No I. Think she could have done speed I. Don't think she could have done some of the harder commie stuff that Sandra has done such as like I'm sorry of remember when like Melissa McCarthy like. Three Paul Feek movies that came out. The heat is low key. One of my favorite ones I. Prefer the heat straight up funny. It is a laugh riot. On the heat it is what like gave us sort of Katie dippled like. She burst onto the scene with this movie in it. I can't confirm that I, just made that up, but it's probably true and I think it's I looked. There are so many like big comedic set pieces in that movie when she tries to do the tracheotomy on the man and the in the diner, and there was blood everywhere. It is I like. Crying like and it is again is sort of like a very like a role to her. Miss Congeniality part, but it is so funny. There's a part where they're cutting up her suit in the bathroom at the club the. is just like that's what she should have won the Oscar for. It? It's like we were giving her an Oscar for the things that she has done that. We didn't China on and the things that she would continue to do. And the heat was in that promise absolutely. The Same Way Halle Berry's Oscar is like also for BAPS. Sandy is also for the heat. I happen. Is like okay go? I was just thinking like. You're probably right. I listened known. No, this is. This is my version of hearing. That sandy is a libertarian dislike like hurting my feelings. Because I know it was probably true like Julia can't go like big comedic. Her funny moments are always like sly and like underhanded and like a little like that she doesn't have. Like Sandra Bullock and get a belly laugh out of me in a way that can be an Ingenue, and she can be like a hard like clown. That's the thing and I don't think Julia has like hard clown in her. House is an option it through and through self deprecation like where she. That knowingness and you're kind of like. Were there maybe like two years of your life where you did it? Feel beautiful. I don't know but it. You know how to get there and I appreciate..
"bullock" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"I'M GONNA say. Talk! Okay she has. Kind of an iconic people cover which has exclusive photos of her daughter Layla. Who Does appear to be black, but you would never know it because she does not show the face on the cover. Actually she could be aff Latina now. That's true, she. Yes, that's what I was thinking. Yeah! Again Nice so in a way. The most research we're going to be doing on this like I'm sure we could find out, but this is the most research that we will ever do. It's crazy now that my new dream is to be honest with Sandra bullock, and it's like late night, and she's like asking me for hair tips. That's crazy. Love just GonNa. Ask like. Do you think she knows how to do black hair into assured? A team of people that help raise those children and I am sure that one of them is. has experience dealing with. The the hair, I'm sure that their even not only asked one of them like voting for. I mean I really like I. Really There's there was this fake quote that was going around for a while. That was like Sandra Bullock says that trump is doing everything possible to to help Americans and it was false. She did not say that and she was angry that that was a quote that was going around so at the very least. Like she's. She's not trumper, but the thing is is like doesn't end. This goes back to the big little lies rule. As does because I could, she's not. She's not that type. You know like there there. There are certainly white actresses. I would slot in the like trump supporting sort of like rolling Jennifer Jason Leigh. You know like she would play the trump supporter on big little lies, and Sandra bullock sort of play like the like Angie Harmon esque sort of like I don't know I just think. It's about the economy. I do think. I think there might be a darker option. which is that could, could you? Like. Could you see her being like a libertarian? Pig someone being like. Big Government bad. A damn you really just to a I haven't felt depressed all quarantine. Goes. Now Olivia good job depressing our. Yes, you really brought me to a dark place because I. Can see that as Pasha seem like one of those girls. She does seem like one of those girls would be like I. Just Love The fountainhead. Read Ayn rand. What's actually? This is something that's not talked to. This is something that I actually really really like about friends. Is that in friends? You notice that a lot of the characters are constantly reading in the background, which is something that I noticed a while ago and I believe was would have been amazing. Tumbler at if I'd thought of it in two thousand and thirteen. Maybe like all the books that they're reading, but I pulled I have an amazing picture Fr- on my phone right now of Rachel Green reading on rand. And it is so funny because it's like Oh my God. Rachel Green is a libertarian. It tracks though. It. Does I guess you know she lost she? You're on. Her. Dad made her get a job and then that really shaped her political views. More. Did you guys? Did you guys see bird box? No, I 'cause I. Couldn't bring myself to watch it. I really is up my alley, but then it became such a thing how bad it was, and how they faked the memes that I sort of like I think i. need to stay away from this, so I don't have any interest in. It also is not like my favorite mode of Sandra it's like I. I like it when she's being. Like like my favorite. Sandra I think is either like speed. Miss Congeniality, and it's like that area is where I think it really like were Miss Congeniality Homophobia, aside holds up much better comedic -ly than you would think it would I recently watched it, and it is still so funny. It is still so sweet i. think like the beginning parts are kind of tough like when they're deciding. Who will go to the Miss America pageant, but I do think some of the messaging does hold and like some. Some of the stuff about like her going in and thinking that all these women are going to be bad, and then like actually making lasting friendships is like a lesson that I think we can all take from being in Miss America to this day. and I I mean the comedy of Miss Congeniality is so good to this day when she says Jesus Christ holds up, and she's like I. Forgot to pray before eating my Bagel so funny the scene when she is pulling the crown off of. The Miss Rhode Island at the end and miserable doesn't understand what's going on his crew screen crying chaos, abounding so funny makes me cry laughing every day every day because I watch it every day. Every day. I watched it recently and the day before that Yeah I. Love that movie so much also has one of my favorite Hollywood. Ben Man met one. Wow has one of my favorite Hollywood men who will be WHO's past I don't know we'll never get the recognition that maybe he deserves Benjamin Bratt Olivia who you know. Thought you were going to so hot in that movie in that movie is so hot. I was GONNA? Say Michael Cain. Early because you. Guys. You started off with your your Walter Matthau. Screed Kit, and so I was like Oh. She's GonNa. She loves Michael Cain I love me a an old white man, while that's true and I've got my list of all the old white men actors. This one goes out to a certain. Peruvian think he's Peruvian. All I think I and I'm GonNa say something truly controversial here about another actress that I love. I'm going to say..
"bullock" Discussed on AP News
"Bullock says it became clear he wasn't going to have a shot at the party's nomination the bullet message in debates in the campaign he is a Democrat in a state Donald Trump 1 in 2016 not only did I went from state get things done not just talking about bullet got a late start announcing his candidacy in may Democrats have been pushing him to give up the run for the White House and go for a seat in the Senate from Montana were first term Republican Steve Daines is up for reelection bullock said he had no interest in doing that and Donahue Washington Montana governor Steve bullock is ending his democratic presidential campaign bullock says it became clear he wasn't going to have a shot at the party's nomination the bullet message in debates in the campaign he is a Democrat in a state Donald Trump 1 in 2016 not only did I went from state get things done not just talking about bullet got a late start announcing his candidacy in may Democrats have been pushing him to give up the run for the White House and go for a seat in the Senate from Montana were first term Republican Steve Daines is up for reelection bullock said he had no interest in doing that and Donahue Washington
"bullock" Discussed on AP News
"Bullock says it became clear he wasn't going to have a shot at the party's nomination the bullet message in debates in the campaign he is a Democrat in a state Donald Trump 1 in 2016 not only did I went from state get things done not just talking about bullet got a late start announcing his candidacy in may Democrats have been pushing him to give up the run for the White House and go for a seat in the Senate from Montana were first term Republican Steve Daines is up for reelection bullock said he had no interest in doing that and Donahue Washington
"bullock" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Steve. Bullock is the twenty fourth governor of Montana you may have heard also running for president his very boot based stump speech which is odd given that there is no syllable of his name. That has a boot in it and also Montana's not shape like boot that's Louisiana but it's about the fact that he wears is boots and he represents the people who wear boots and we need to of course boot. The current occupants of the Oval Office out Governor joins me. Thanks for coming on. It's great to be with you tonight. So I'll start with I'll start with a little bit of softball and one that you can handle. But Watch for the twist at the end. So as we survey the political realities of the moment. Why do so you think you will be the best candidate to beat president? Mike Pence. Well I'm the only one that actually one on in. What was it trump state? He took Montana by twenty. I won by four twenty five to thirty percent of my voters voted for Donald Trump. I've been able to bridge. Edged divides with you know majority Republican legislature to get progressive things done but really this race comes down to this about math if we can't win. Places Aces like Michigan Wisconsin Pennsylvania. We're not GONNA win this election so be it Trump or pants. I think I have something unique to the field old. If we're actually going to bring back these Obama trump voters that we need to get you have said in this interview and before that you have shown an ability that you win in a state the only candidate who's one in a state that actually voted for trump. You Win by four percent is he. Wins by five percents so this means something. He walked by Twenty Wani. Oh yeah excuse me correction but I wonder if one of the reasons that you could win in red state a state eight that trump won is because you pursue policies that the democratic electorate the Democratic voters by and large. Don't like for instance. This is reality being the government of Montana and acknowledged that but you know if you look at the statistics. Montana has the sixth most. Co Two emissions per capita. Montana has a and you have endorsed the different environmental agenda than maybe is the then I would say definitely as the mainstream of the Democratic Party. So how much much is your success because you do some things that a mainstream Democrat might not like Now look because we've also doubled the amount of wind just in the last ask six years we've quadrupled. The amount of solar were part of the overall state climate alliance and we were outdoors. Folks like we see what needs to get don we have that. Co Two emissions in part. Because we have the second largest coal fired generating plant west of Mississippi half of which is going to end up closing by the end into this year. I if if if the core that were progressive is actually making progress and people's lives while we've been able to do with education we've been able to do with health care what we've been able to do with Kicking dark money out of our elections. I take that against anybody the in this field because I think in times Washington sees become a place where you give a good speech and you say oh. Wasn't that a big victory. Well doesn't impact people's lives I think that in part certainly I've tried to connect with folks not just saying those went to college. When you have two thirds of people in this country that have no college degree? I've tried to actually go out. You know I go after. Go both in running for office and in campaigning. To places where it doesn't seem like there's a Democrat inside but a show up I listened and I respect perspectives. That are different than mine and I don't know that we're always doing that as a party. So the power plant you mentioned. I think that's the talent energy plants is that right. Yeah Coal Strip right coal strip. Okay this is the six largest source of greenhouse emissions in the United States half of it units three and four I believe will remain in operation is one and to close. What was your stance on that where you said? CFO because of the jobs picture. Well I think one of the things in this ought to be a lesson for all of us. Is that when this happens. You can't leave communities behind so we've been working. Both you got folks have spent their whole life powering during this country like we have to address climate change first of all like recognize in the West Fire Seasons are seventy days longer than they were about forty years ago and we're outdoors torch people. We see it every single day but we've also worked to try to figure out as at community transitions. How can we create opportunity? Opportunity there and that's everything from hiring people with skills to do the clean up and making sure that they're paid a decent wage to bringing in federal dollars others to look at what community transition looks like and I think we have to do that. Not just in state like Montana but all across this country so coal strapped in which guests how they got their name and what their job is. I want you to think about a ten year old coal strip who sits at the dinner table. And here's mom and pop and says the future is not looking too good and he looks you in the eye and says does he have a future and call strip. What do you say to him in that community because it's a beautiful community and it still has both the potential for for and beautiful community with good schools? Good hardworking people. Everything from manufacturing to what's going to be used on that line right afterwards The big transmission line along the way that absolutely and that's we can't you know one of the things you look at it over the last decade okay about two thirds of the counties in this country lost business and folk saying do I really need to leave my community. Are My place worship just to make a decent living like if we're forgetting about rural areas if we're not actually saying how can we try to viability ability there while the disconnect in this country. Forget about the politics disconnect. This country's only going to get that much greater so are you. Would you be reassuring to the ten year old. Because because who doesn't want to reassure a ten year old first of all would you reassurance be based on the fact that there are other better different cleaner more future oriented industries or would your your reassurance be in part by telling him that long term you know that coal and fossil fuels will be part of the future. I think now science. It's has to drive this at this point you know. PCC says we gotta be net zero emissions by twenty fifty. I've said the. US could do it by twenty forty maybe before now the scientists even say that you'll have some carbon use by then but we also have to explore things like carbon capture along along the way there's been more technological changes. Probably in these microphones. We're talking to in the last five or six years. We've generated energy from fossil pills probably will especially coal probably lasts forty so I certainly wouldn't tell that ten year old count on it like count on Colby and part of this but I would say that there is going to be great opportunity in your communities because we need to make sure and do everything we can that we're we're not leaving communities behind so I think that's a good answer and I agree with it but it's not the answer you gave when you were asked that exact question in two thousand sixteen debate for governor you did say longterm. We know that coal and fossil fuels part of the future for the purpose of this question. I want you to view me as a ten year old from Coal Strip who sits at the dinner table on. Here's mom and pop talking about futures. Not Looking so good so the ten year old looks you in the eye and says under your leadership. Do I have a future. Churn Coal Strip that ten year old. Yeah you do have a future in Montana and in coal strip. I'd say that twenty eight percent of our country's coal reserves are right here in Montana. I'd say to him that long term we know the coal and other fossil fuels will be part of our energy future which to me gets at the idea that you one in Montana in part because you said things set appeal to the people of Montana. Now that you're running nationally your. I'm not saying contradicting yourself. At least emphasizing different parts of the answer and shouldn't voters take that into account look and even in long before I got into this worked with other states we lead carbon capture capture the initiative for the country to save. What might happen going forward recognizing that technology changes and and I think that you've you've seen more coal plant closures and more coal companies going bankrupt in the last two and a half years under trump than it was under Obama and in part that's market forces in part that's natural gas in part? It's if we actually look at this and say we can't wait another thirty years. There's to address climate change. But let's not just talked about as climate crisis. Let's talk about a climate opportunity to create jobs to not leave communities behind then. I think think that we're GONNA come closer to actually doing something about it. Not just talking about so you mentioned money and politics and how Montana has addressed that that you glanced over it. I think it's a gigantic accomplishment. We had the director and one of the main journalists behind the nineteen eighteen documentary. Dark money on and it really is a huge achievement. I don't know how much listeners know I was talking to you one hundred years ago. I could just assume that you as governor of Montana China would essentially be on the payroll of King Copper. And now you have passed your status past some of the most aggressive progressive laws against dark money. Tell me why that scalable to the national level especially since the Supreme Court has a ruling right now called citizens united. Yeah and I was actually attorney. General in the citizens united came up took you know. State's Democrats and Republicans and wrote the brief on behalf of the states and take the first case up to the. US Supreme Court after her citizens united lost on a five four decision. But what we did do as least undisclosed money dark money. We've kicked it out of our election. Say Ninety days out from election election. If you're going to spend in elections you have to close where that money comes from. I think it is scalable on a national level. I step back. The this isn't a fringe issue. We're just talking about climate change. The first George Bush talked about the need to address the greenhouse effect from the White House effect. Newt Gingrich when he was speaker talked about needing leading to address climate change. I think it's money and politics. It's made it so. The Republican Party is the only major political party in the world that does knowledge climate change is real and you can talk about gun violence. You can talk about healthcare you can talk about income inequality for so many of those issues. It is a corrupting influence of money. The system I think how you change that we also by by executive order. I signed executive said. I can't tell you corporations. You can't spend our elections but if you want to bid on a state contract you just have to disclose every single way that you're spending or contributing didn't pack those elections think about if you did that at the federal level they contract with Dang near every company in this country in this world. And at least you're gonna add sunshine and transparency is. You're taking other steps to curb the influence of money in the system. Now oh I need to ask you. As a governor of a state where copper was king and still a big industry. I ask every candidate this as president. Will you do away with pennies. You you know. Not just because the parochial interest of copper mining. I got a sentimental feeling for fanny's I'm not going to get rid of fannies. Really they cost more than a penny to produce. And what did he really do. I hope as you're walking down the streets of the city if you see a penny on the ground you pick it up. I do it each and every time and edits there may be that cental attraction to the penny that. I'm just not quite ready to say I'm going to get rid of it. If you do get the nomination the first executive action that you'll carry out is to pick a running mate now if we look at your track record as Governor Your First Lieutenant Governor was John Walsh who ran for Senate and was revealed that he had he had plagiarized portions Russians of a research paper at the Army War College and that led to the revocation of his master's degree then. You had another replacement Angela. McLean your relationships our their emails else attesting to that..
"bullock" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"November seventh. Two thousand nine thousand nine hundred from slate. It's the gist. I Mike Pass Today Bill Gates. It's a chat with the New York. Times is Andrew Ross. Sorkin made the ultimate humble brag. I've paid over ten billion in taxes. I paid more than anyone in taxes but the crowds laughing but it's true engage wasn't playing this for laughs. The the disclosure was an answer to sorkin question about Elizabeth. Warren's wealth tax gates continued if I'd had to pay twenty billion that's fine Ah But when you say I should pay one hundred billion okay then. I'm starting to do a little math about what I have leftover. Sorry I'm just kidding. Only kidding only not kidding Andrew Ross Sorkin by the way is co creator of the TV show billions so he knew what he was getting at. The Warren are in tax. Could add up to one hundred billion dollars though. Warren tweeted true. Bill Gates later quote. I promise it's not one hundred hundred billion. Well actually make that promise. I mean one way is for the plan to be pretend all along. Maybe she's just acknowledging the plan won't actually go into effect shows really plan to implement it she's figuring congresswoman pass it. Maybe she figures the choral unconstitutional. But if none of those those things are what she's saying. If you just do the math it seems like could be one hundred billion dollars. Here's the math. The plan taxes the wealth billionaires at six percent starts off a little little lower for the fifty millionaires. Once you get to a billion it's six percent gates has almost one hundred seven billion dollars. From the time I started the sentence to now maybe as over one hundred seven billion dollars so if you calculate six percent depreciation a year which sort of the opposite of compound interest and if Bill Gates lives to be ninety. Three which is is an age. I chose because that is the age of Bill Gates senior. Now who still kicking around the Bill Gates will have surrendered. Eighty eight billion dollars to the federal government. Now when I posted this calculation relation on twitter I got a variety of responses. Everyone's upset with me. Many said Bill Gates will be fine. It's not the issue. The issue is might the Warren Wealth Tax cost some one hundred billion dollars. Several people noted that I'd made a mistake because I didn't realize that bill. Gates's wealth accumulates even through passive investments. I did realize that I was just trying to be as fair as possible. In fact you make the most conservative estimate that I could if you even account a little bit for the fact that Bill Gates's wealth will surely grow via investment even as he surrenders some of his money in taxes. It's almost certain the Bill Gates will wind up paying a hundred billion taxes if he lives to be the age. His father is now unless Warren isn't serious or is acknowledging that our tax plan won't be implemented to the degree that she's campaigning on the most common comment on my calculation of Bill Gates. His tax. Bill is good. Good well okay. I'm not weighing hanging on good or bad weighing in on the hundred billion dollar bill for bill and yes that could be the bill if Elizabeth Warren is as serious she says she is and if the American people are serious about electing her on the show today about the shortcomings of presidential candidate Pete. Buddha JR realized. I've been training my sights on the candidate with the fifty trillion dollar tax plan but just because Buddha judge says that's a bit much doesn't mean that that he's enough but I in our ongoing series of interviews with presidential candidates. We're joined by Montana. Governor Steve Bullock we get into two pennies king copper and the answer is that one might give to a national audience and how they might change. When asked the same questions.
"bullock" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"This Ted Talk Features Entrepreneur and justice reform advocate Marcus bullock recorded live at Ted Salon Trailblazers Twenty nine eighteen high that it's Chris Anderson host of the Ted Interview podcast on next episode neuroscientists and you'll see it only has the meaning that it has because it impacts and is manifest through conscious experiences that exist for somebody for something subscribe to the Ted Interview on Apple Podcasts spotify or wherever you listen one evening after watching the nightly news with my then five year old son he me a question I thought I would have a ton of time to answer I thought the complicated questions typically came eight or nine years old us on look me in the is talking him in and with a very straight face he asks me daddy why would you go to jail my wife and I often thought about this moment we knew this question was coming and we wanted to handle it well but that night I had a question to answer so I decided to tell my son how I ended up going to prison when I was just a fifteen year old kid a friend of mine and I we approach demand sleeping in his car.
"bullock" Discussed on For Your Reference
"In a nutshell, I think that would is one of the best shows, I have ever consume am eager to consume again in the near future. However, it is not without its flaws and arty will defy me even on his deathbed which if you keep saying, McShane is not a Serb, maybe soon to just watch out. But yes. I do think that dead would start off very very, very slower. It wasn't until the fifth or the six episode of the first season, the things actually started to pay off four leaks, sir. I will fight you in these streets. I will fight you in these streets, a little door explorer me, while the Doug version, or the summers. This is a somebody for this. I have no idea. See what you did. Maybe this Dora the explorer, I'm gonna let you sit in this you, you took us. He ninety needs take us out. Continue. I am the captain now. This is what happens. Let me drive, sir. Yes. So what starts off very slow. You don't really get much payoff until the fifth or sixth episode or not even pay off, just like thank you for watching this is why you're still watching. Right. And you're already trying to fight me. But the writing is so good that even in the first episode and the next few to continue, even though it isn't rewarding, you can still start to see the mechanisms being set up for a great show. And for that reason, alone, you need to stick with it. While the payoff is exemplary. There are some Loza happened in like midseason, two and three that become a murderous. But the highs outweigh that in every single sense. Well. How to different view from you because I remember the foster was watching this, and I fell in love with the show after the fast episode aqua dec- in my mind, everything applauding to do from. The interactions with each other. Knew the Seth Bullock was going to be this great protagonists. This is the still idea. This was a faucet that to happen and the second time because I think I don't know how I remember it. I really thought the south Bullock played a big role in this, and then what's the second time I realized that it was all about. I'll and what he had founded in deadwood. What he was trying to achieve, and everything that spun off that Trying to get deadwood honest. Tronto gets some sort of freedom to carry out how they operate in the town and it was just so amazing. Because I think I just remembered one Kelly, and that's, that's what me well, we'll talk more about Seth Bullock and Timothy elephant in a second. But I do want to touch on what you just said, because this shows how different we are in viewership. Right. We both agree that the show was being set up in the first few episodes, we both agree on that. Right. And on the setup alone you give accolades, I don't give it accolades until I see the payoff of the setup. Can you can appreciate what's being done wrong, look, laying the groundwork for the story surely in your mind, you could see where the story would audibly go and inland give you the excitement of wanting to watch father to see how it develops. But that's I say you've laid the foundation for a house and the houses and Dunya you can't praise that may once you've laid on the half the foundation of the house, the house pretty much done. That's the hardest thing to. Join me. Altis textural. Messaging you to build your house. Just just just block him. And this is why you're not allowed on the Twitter. I don't want you soliciting dodgy housing develop to our listeners way. Its way from. It because it was arrested development. There's a whole dodgy housing development for the blue family. Wow, really. What I must I must applaud your conviction because, you know, you're dead ass wrong. Still stand by God's good fear. Good luck living in your foundation with Nur house. Anything else about you from presence. Getting say is void. From? Sorry column saying is it's very vital to have a strong foundation. And that's why all the hymns that reference housing, the harvest offer on their shirt, opo. So it's, it's. Was rejected. David goodness. What is the what? I don't know where you're going to. No way way your train has left the station but I don't wanna fully, there was a him that was referenced how foundation and because they go I didn't even remember but see you pretty much making my point. Thanks. Okay, I am going to, I am going to circle around and I'm going to shut it down the you ready. You don't understand that. In some essences were saying the same thing, you definitely need to have a strong foundation. Otherwise, you have gin Tama with as low substance. That's an enemy. Hang on. Hang on, hang on, you need to have a good foundation because even went to set it up. And there's a payoff, it's not going to hold ground because there's no foundation, right? So we both agree that needs to be a strong foundation, but you're not acknowledging something needs to happen after the nation. You just call it a day anger for lunch in two days. Let's on and dental Debbie just douse this so amazingly because he could see how it happens. Yes. I agree cool about introduced by. Are we introduce to Seth Bullock? And what do you think he does his Fosse? We see how interaction and it creates all demeanor throughout the show. And, you know, the kind of person he is, you know, anyway, let's just continuing saying, sir, for a good character because he builds a house. I did not say I don't know where you derived off from. But I did say that play the tape back. Like young kids don't even know what tape means right? Oh, yeah. Old mature like vintage wine. I don't know where you're going view house. But good luck if anybody is concerned about the foyer, reference household, OT didn't build it. So we're. If it's rainy refined worry about that. Let's continue anything dangerous. Anything else about your impressions before we actually dive into the show, I think us off. I cannot just of into the show and discuss are so we're gonna leave the houses alert. Yep. I can't hold on the housing. Okay. I just wanted to touch on how foundation, which is a him and in your Catholic upbringing, and my moment, upbringing, sometimes, there's an overlap in the Christian sort of experience, and I was like, how foundation and you didn't know what I was right? Yeah. So I think it's because this was around the time that the moment church was founded in the eighteen hundreds, so a lot of the sort of hymns and prayers influenced by that pioneering sort of America, but we don't have time for that today because I'm pretty sure where well into our podcast time mock. So let's continue. But yeah, that's you know, these are some fun, little ways of the world, and if we, if we ever can bring it up naturally. Ask us about Cain and Abel in the bible. M I moment, my moment understanding of that, but we're not going to get. Into today. Let's talk about the amazing, sir. Hey and McShane. Sweatman p is essentially the protagonist of this show night, literally essentially. The protagonist of the show. I said. And you also regret. Because I feel like an argument can be made as to why Seth Bullock could now. Let's this. So i'll. Albert sweat, Jim. Is such a solid character? Other star. I don't think are really warmed up to him on this foster. I'm watching him watching. I I'm watching the show. And according understand why or focusing so much on him and I didn't really take to him. And I think that's quite a cake call out because at the start of the series as a series continues. This quite a lot of villains. But when the series I thought s- sweating is kind of set up to appear to be the villain. The bully the bad guy. Right. And I think that's quite a pivotal sort of call out as well because, you know, not everything is textbook. It's not cut and dry. No one is one hundred percent. Good Noah is one hundred percent evil and that's why in your day to day life, you know, you can have toxic people surrounding you. And because they do it with a smile. And because very manipulative unit realized. That they're actually talking shit behind you back without you knowing. And I think that's part of the interesting dynamic that we have as humans. And we have with each other and something very K about als. Character is, you know, we talk a lot about the relatable villain. Let also consider the. The damaged here. How about that? How'd you like them apples? And what I mean by that is, you know, how has gone through a lot. And as the show continues you start to say the sort of upbringing that he had in some sort of he was essentially an often. Right. And then as show continues we sought to Hugh stories about his mom. In costed away, which was very sad as she tried to leave. And she couldn't and even before we started to get any sort of inklings about AL's life. AM McShane really brings so much dimension to this role that he might be saying something that, same so straightforward. You can see the layers of his experiences, an actor really trying to draw you in to his character. And if you didn't feel that yourself, which is what you'll say you start to see it in the interactions around Dan around jewel. He says some really harsh things right. But he will always go for them at the end of the day because wiz interaction with jewel, it came off. Really cringe Underwood fill of the quickly, talk louder. And then the something interesting that Trixie said, I think, Trixie was talking to Don and saying how, why do you think Joel is in the FOSS place, so that no one would mess with us, so that no one can hotter. Could always have a safe home with, with Allan. This is our way of showing love. But I think it's also good. I he doesn't treat her differently. Exactly. He's, he's, he's an ask to everyone and that's on the banter between. All enjoy is so Sautin is it is. And I think I think jewel was going up stairs downstairs. I think it's near the end the season three with his classic one line is, is like every step is a fucking adventure. And if you listen to game a third episode or even our money, high step aside, we talk about when you have these leaders that have these malicious inhumane, sorta orders, right? And I in with her, and I talked about how they were problematic leaders that didn't really execute earn malicious orders. Right. And I don't think you really understood what I meant, and let's compare this to Al right? He orders hits left and right. What one of his buddies that comes back to the canvas? What have you been up to AL's like slip, and thirds? What he's been doing. Right. But in almost every instance, I counted, at least three times, he was actually scrubbing, the blood off the floor as well. He actually stopped Joel wants and he just did. And he was heels berating saying you not even doing it properly. But I believe in that way, he was actually trying to himself and something we'll talk about Tulloch and a second. But just to give some light and shade Tova was a terrible. Boy voice, like Honey, bottom thing. But yes, so Tulloch was a terrible person. I never really understood way he because you could say that he got off on all of it. How particularly he was just evil? He had these shock. Is he had a voice of Honey, but he has shock is? And it's like is there any redeeming quality of him? And I think once they added that contrast of having Tulloch in the camp it showed that as as. As passionate as Al is he can be reasoned with, because there were so many times, where he was talking to doc Cochran, or he was talking to, and he could actually be raised with, if you came if you came to our and you just lay yourself bay, he would actually be there for you. I don't know about being there for, for you, but he definitely give you an Lockheed, listen, whether or not ill, take action and help is so many people. Not so many people's, like the MAC, daddy of deadwood. I'm this close from changing this podcast. Dick switching sojourn wasn't with our his vice his viruses. Yes. So he wasn't perfect. He wasn't this. He rule that just rescued. Everyone. He had his flaws and with it at least, you know, where you Stu live, all when it comes to side. Oh my he was terrible. He was terrible. Like I think there was anything redeeming about him because he didn't really know what he actually kit about, and he became a punk ass bitch..
"bullock" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Favorite of mine time, we broke a bottle over her head twice. I do. Remember the time we did that. So number of years. Sandra book was booked to come on our show, and we always liked to do what we call like business with a guest. Right. We like to talk to them for a couple of segments. And then we like to do something different something physically play a game. Or we do something and word came from Sandra. Bullock or Sandra Bullock's camp that she would be up for doing anything and given that piece of information one of our producers at the time decided that we would do a series of things to Sandra Bullock, one of which was break a fake body. All over her head one of which was eat a very hot pepper. You know, fun. Just for fun was was felt like there was a third thing that we were she had a I think hold a snake and had to hold a snake? And so. We we talked we talked to her for a couple segments. And then we came back from commercial break and Ellen reminded her that she said that she would do anything. She was up for anything. And quite a surprise. And we tested that. And she was an incredibly good sport about all of it incredibly incredibly good sport. Like we bow to Sandra Bullock. Yep. And we try to make amends now to Sandra Bullock for all that we did to her that day the ones that come back years later four years later. We're sorry. Sandy. Thank you for coming back. He's so amazing. I love her movies. There's just at any movie that she's in. I'm in. I'm like ready to go. See I'm on board. And it's the twenty fifth anniversary of speed. That's the whole audience laugh Ellen said that role was written for her. But it's that's the true thing seems to be Ellen says, it's true. Yeah. Pedia that can't be wrong..
"bullock" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"I'm gonna wear. He would. And then he's back, hey, what are you doing? What you fucking you dress? Like the child in the chapel. Get them, what do we know what's he doing now? He's at the hotel, can't get through to anybody hotel. I'm trying to. I'm trying to not his fault. The hotel is not answering their aunt. No, they don't speak Portuguese. People lie love when I love how about this? I love when we can't get people think it's never. Oh, we have people. Jay Sherman, obviously, listen guys got to, and this is not none of this hotel. Oh, it's not shot chase talking chase. He doesn't know the fucking hotel. Chris mainly vanilla gorilla. That's the same name by the way of San Sandra Bullock's husband. Jesse, James who fucked at hot tattoo artists. She was so hot. I forget her name. Everybody. I love everybody hated him afterwards. I mean, how dare you America's sweetheart? Sandra Bullock's very, very talented and beautiful, but there's no way that she's good and bad as that tattooed fucking lady. There's no way she fusses tattoos their neck. Knock on Sandra Bullock telling you something right now. There's some girls that are we chase what's up buddy. He likes the suckling me. All I know is I'll beat your ass. Be in real life. I'll be jazz. I won't be nice. I, I'm gonna come up my own verse. These take me out on stage. How about that? How about that? It's like, fuck it added fucking out. The really just fight. It'd be like the warriors to get out of the those guys. The roller skate was very realistic, really gang gang scene. The thing about this. Listen, a lot of ramp is just talk shit like snoop Dogg singing. He's gonna beat my ass. I ain't no. But when Tyron Woodley well could beat most people's ass on the planet. So he does. I don't. He can talk all she asked you in the contest best. You are best you just radio friendly. Christa right now he's trying to speak Portuguese for For four. this. Sherman chaso. DM fucking vanilla..
"bullock" Discussed on About Last Night
"Hey everybody atom ray for the about last night podcast wow what an episode today been talking about it for a while and and it finally happened and it was awesome sandra bullock is today's guest on the about last night podcast making her podcast debut her debut she's just the coolest man you know that obviously what you see is what you get in movies in talk show appearances interviews she's just a salt of the earth man cool as cool and swedish she has funny and gorgeous and it was awesome chat i hadn't seen her in a minute and felt like like the good old days that's my old man voice she actually critique critiqued in this episode a lot my my my girl voice that i do like the the voice i use in my act when i portray a gal and we talked about my mom a good chunk and she gave me a hard time for the voice i use for my mom talked a lot about her family life and kids and talk about my nieces and we've kind of compare and contrast just you know how volved these kids are these days and her you know full catalog of movies and the making a movies and chemistry on sad and the first time i met her and how nervous i was in motor boating her and we covered all and we laugh a lot and you know it's a really great our and change chat with one of the coolest people on the planet and i think if you're a fan you're going to really love it because it was just a real simple conversation you know what i'm saying like no no cameras no lights no extra glitz and glam of the press jong it's that she's accustomed to doing it was just just us and it was.
"bullock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I mean we were taking the train into tokyo you know by the time i was like in seventh grade i felt like a city kid having lived there right you know and then it was like oh duluth but we were just so happy not to be movie duluth you know not have to stay in the same store sandra bullock there was an interview with her in of jay and i thought this was really interesting of course oceans eight out tomorrow i'm going saturday afternoon defending he does mean it she does casey you that she was raised and i always feel like my my parents were very much like this i my parents were very much of the credo you should always have a job you need to go to school you should have your own money because they were kids of the fifties when it was a different expectation so my parents were very like evan then they were my dad was tight as hell and he's like if you want close and you want a car i'll help you but i'm only giving you this much and you need to work and you're just as good as any any guy that was sort of thing so when i did get out in the working world and there was all this sexism and blatant i really didn't even know i didn't even realize what was happening at first and sandra bullock had the same experience because i think she says basically the fair bare phrase was that she kind of had that same philosophy because her mom was from germany and i don't know if she i met her dad in the military but her parents very much says have your i mean it's not a new message sandra bullock is fifty three so our parents that are giving us this advisors because they were maybe more hamstrung in what the roles were and so she said it was a really hard pilfered swallow when she got hollywood and realize what was going on it being being a woman she said oh my god i'm being treated this way because i have a vagina no because i'm a woman you know what we're not going to be able to get whatever whatever it might be like i remember one time a boss and i was really kicking but it was when i worked for carlson hospitality in the resort division was national sales manager and.
"bullock" Discussed on Food 4 Thot
"May glasses i'm blind you're like sandra bullock and freedom riders no that is the epic white woman of the stories he's a martyr away while i'm an god and sandra bullock in the net okay i was going to say except winds but you're right i see that so we go back we find my glasses we say goodbye as i get on the train the next day is saturday i text the italian and was to meet up on saturday are supposed to meet up the next day i just had a feeling that it wasn't gonna happen and so he text me back and he's like we've just finished dinner like i'm going to leave and a little bit to come co and i'm like oh i like shower i do so because at that time i was due seeing an hour later i haven't heard from him and a text him again and he's like oh i'm so sorry i can't i can't get out i hate when okay i hate do she nothing for sahlin who doesn't show up is this 2017 who like my metaphor for 2017 is like douching for our top that doesn't show up but that they'll somehow gives you crabs el made with my showed up it's the worst early i don't do anymore because i don't need to buy it as a wessel wide what is your thinning i am clean is a with all its does not it's not a thing that i seem to me back and she's like every day.
"bullock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"It's not the movie that he was there all right so we got chris reformer and bill mosley don't forget this jess between the participants on stage and that area over there is not count as onstage there is a clear barrier with that fence right there don't you feel a little bit like harambee right now like please don't put your baby here with us because we don't want a guy today the second build people speaking of whites our sandra bullock and quick carritti black sandra bullock and karen black so far i only know one over the four names of you write off two christopher plummer is maybe if i saw his face yeah that's where the you don't know who's sandra bullock is either i just know bill mosley as the only one i know it's crazy jacobs i'd say you you're right out because he's thinking so hard and the top build people in this movie matchup title are key and new reeves and sid he syed hey yeah aji jason he a general in world war two said hey now who i was well baby but he's also doctor is in this movie massive tidal.