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The Naked Man Flees With Michael Zwaagstra
"Today. Special guest is author of the naked man flees michael's wag stra welcome to the show. Michael well thank you very much mike. It's a pleasure to be with. You appreciate you being on taking the time. So let's let's hear a little bit about that book. Naked man flees naked man flees while the the full book title. Is the man. Fli es timeless truths from obscure parts of the bible and seek to do in the book is to highlight forty obscure passages passages in the bible that christians and non christians alike ten dimiss With the bible and passages the tend not to have a lot of servants preached about them and to take a closer look at what these passages say in What possible meeting they might have to today. i've taught In addition to teaching public high school. I also teach a part time basis at stop five college. Which is our our local bible college here in steinbeck manitoba and i've found that You can never assume that christians know their bibles really well But a lot. Don't and i i know that on your show. One of the things that you say at the end is that you encourage people to pick up their bibles and read them and i agree. People should pick up the bible and actually read it because otherwise you're gonna miss a lot of important stuff that's in there actually. Yeah there's a lot of stuff in there. It's pretty interesting for sure. Chapter two for instance you talk about one of my favorite will if it's my favorite but it's definitely one of the stories that are in there The the moses and y'all we meeting them at the lodging place and he's about to kill him mad. That is such a strange story. It makes a stranger because it's just kind of thrown in there you know you're you're reading the story then all of a sudden this happens and it goes right back to where left off so it's yeah it's it's a strange one and it's one that a lot of people A lot of christians miss and one of the reasons that we miss it is that it doesn't make it into any of the popular movies. It's not in charlton. Heston the ten commandments does make it into prince of egypt and the exact. Yeah go figure. I'll read the la read. The exact passage is chapter four versus twenty four to twenty six at a lodging place on the way the lord met him. That's moses and sought to put him to death then sapporo took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin. Touched moses beat with it and said surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me. So he left him alone It was then that she said a bridegroom of blood because of the circumcision.
"charlton heston" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Brown 1961 catch 22 by Joseph Heller is published by Simon and Schuster in New York. And so I'm trying to figure out Did we get the term catch 22 from this? Or was it already around the use use as the title? We got that from this and we got it from this. Of course, A catch. 22 is the situation with no out. Right? I guess that's what you could say. Huh? Right? Yeah, well, that's at least I like this show Surgeon for the door. November. 12. Yeah. Speaking of books, 18 80. I didn't realize this was a novel. Best selling American novel. Been her A tale of the Christ by soldier Lew Wallace is published. I didn't know Is that old either? No, I didn't know is a book. That's what I'm saying. I just started the big movie with though Chuck Heston check asked. I was trying to think of who? That one's. Yeah, me and Chuck just like it. He was also the one in Planet of the apes. Right? Okay. You might be exactly what a great actor he was. He hears something funny, and I'll just tell you this real quick if we have time. I'd always want to be Charlton Heston and a friend of mine who was in Congress was having a fund raiser and he was inviting Chuck Heston. To be the speaker, and he asked me to NC, so they're two chairs on the stage. Charlton Heston is sitting in one and van Hillary who's the congressman is sitting in the other and I come walking up and I do. The introductions and I introduced Van Hillary, I think Then I go sit in his seat, and then Charlton. Eston gets up and I switched seats and goes in the other sees a van and I are sitting in different seats. So Charlton is up there and first thing, he says. This is Van Hillary running for Congress. And he says They contacted me and said, Chuck, we want you to go campaign for Hillary and I said, My God, man, Have you lost your mother and then he went on with this stage And he says, And I'm telling this man has done so on so on this man has done so and so and we need to put this man in Congress any points. Behind them, But he's pointing it may cause we had switched seats, and then he turned and then he turned around. Looked at that went on. But I mean this man It was hilarious. So you have natural too nasty. Oh, yeah, He's a great guy. Did he call you a maniac? No, he didn't know. No. He threatened to kill me, though. I said if I didn't get the right seat 2016 on November 12 Jackie Chan awarded honorary Oscar for his film achievements. Well, he should have won an Oscar for Shanghai. Now he should have. That's a grave. You folks have never seen Shanghai noon. You need to see that's a fantastic movie. It's with Owen Wilson is, um, great movie hope of seeing him and Jackie Chan has done some nuts stuff. Oh, yeah. I mean the stunt peoples off. Oh, no kidding. He's oldest dust and still doing this crazy November. 13 1940 Fantasia Creeping the animated film by Walt Disney Creeping is released. Why are you saying it's creepy is like somebody on LSD? I just don't get it. I think it's very creative and artistically stimulating. Well, let's talk about something very our artistic and stimulating. We were talking before 1995 of the 13th GoldenEye. Starring Pierce Brosnan, First time and Judith Dench old Judy Dame Judi Dench, as him is released on November 13th 1995. Yeah, and Goldman is bad to the bone. Of course, Like we said, it all goes downhill from there for bears, Brochman. November. 14th 18 51 Moby Dick by Herman Melville have you forever? I tried. I I think I got. I don't can't remember whether I got always my eyes glazed over. It was just It's so hard to read. It will make you want to drift yourself at the sit and just sink into the ocean. Speaking of which 18 83 Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson his first published That was 18 83. I've never read that. I think I've read parts of it, but I have seen the movie. No, have you? I haven't Disney movie. I think so. Okay. Also in November. 14th 1960 Ray Charles. Georgia releases Georgia on my mind and no doubt about it. That bad boy goes straight to number one. That is a fantastic son. One of the best songs ever written when you were coming back with from Mississippi with us. We re visiting Ray Charles weren't shield Ray Charles. What a great voice. He's too good man. 2002. This is our staying on the same date of November 14th the film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is released. It's based on the second book by J. K. Rolling Yeah. What's your favorite Harry Potter books? You have no opinion? No, I have no opinion whatsoever. Do you know anything about Harry Potter? Outside of the second grade book report that I have. I do. Not that we did a film thing for him. We need to put that up sometime on the chamber of Secrets in which you played. Severus. Nate. That's right. Of which you are a dead room. A dead ringer for Palin. Rickman? Yeah. You look just like him. I'm thinking of going on tour is the Alan Rickman experience? I honestly think you should consider it 2006. Yes. Finally, our last for entertainment here Bond back to boned. The best Bond movie ever Casino Royale in 2006, the Real Casino Royale and that with the woman, David. Everyone in the 21st James Bond film premieres in London and it Of course, yes, is storing Daniel Craig. And for the first time, Eva Green. Yes. Well, that was a great movie. That's probably one of the best bond movies is not the best of all time. Well, that's our time here for pot goes radio back next week. Same time, same station Go out, make some history of your own. You've been listening to their podcast with Phil and Campbell Ballentine extreme episodes and find out more about the podcast at pod goes dot com. Got a question for the goats..
Rhonda Fleming, '40s and '50s movie star, dead at 97
"Golden age actress Rhonda Fleming as Died Fox's sell June Grasso reports in Hollywood looks count. But for Rhonda Fleming, she says her stunning Wilkes worked against her when caller arrived in the movies and Nineteen Ninety interview. There was suddenly all this attention on how I look rather than the roles I was playing. She said those roles had our co starring with Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston, and Ronald Reagan. In the nineteen forties and fifties, her birth name was Marilyn Lewis and raised in Los Angeles, and she was reportedly discovered when headed to class Beverly Hills high school a man followed her in a big black car and said, you Oughta be in pictures a letter turned up at her home and offered to be your agent legend or not at nineteen. Lewis was awarded a six month contract with David O Sales Nick Studio at A. New Name Rhonda Fleming. Now dead at age ninety, seven in Santa Monica California salary and Bresso Fox
Spike Lee is first black person to lead Cannes Film Festival jury
"So just a little recap the SAG awards were handed out last night in LA so the south Korean film parasite made history for its win for best ensemble the film while winning this still the awards were still criticized for its lack of diversity which is a big conversation that's happening you might have heard of the Oscar so white hashtags back in the headlines again the entire Best Director category this year is made primarily up of white guys the acting categories a pretty way to know Jennifer Lopez for hustler is no Lupita nyong'o who's hurting us no one from dolomite is my name this left a lot of critics prize discouraged at the lack of representation then at the Cannes Film Festival they threw a curve ball the announce the Spike Lee is the new president of the Cannes jury he's that legendary filmmaker behind films like do the right thing and jungle fever black Klansmen now Spike Lee is the first black person to ever lead the Cannes jury and seventy three year history come back all this it's our Q. screen panel here in the studio John Semele Antena sending it right about TV movie arts and culture hi guys hello hi so this is so much going on there's so much to talk about him to start with you can give us a quick like history especially in cans okay so back in the eighties when spike was young and you know excited to show his movies to the world he won a youth prize with she's gotta have it and then he came back in nineteen eighty nine with do the right thing and it was like the front runner to win some big award but it didn't it ended up not winning not even a single prize and Spike Lee you is not so happy about that and he ended up blaming the jury presidents filmmaker them vendors and he had some price words for him it he said I have the quote right here vin had better watch out because I'm waiting for his **** somewhere deep in my closet I have a Louisville slugger bats with vendors and name on it okay so so so small and most likely was back at camp twenty eighteen with a black Klansmen here is at the press conference United States America was built upon the genocide of native people and slavery that is the fabric of the United States America as my book on brother JZ was say fax we on the right side of history with this film so I want to point out that the reason we're broke rehashing all this is because basically is as a big job can right now so John is this going to be the fact that he's leaving the jury a bit of a wake up call well as ever I'm of two minds about it I mean I would be hesitant to use being jury president of a prestigious Film Festival where everyone wears tuxedos in the south of France and some sort of bell weather for representation and diversity in Hollywood that's it it is something I mean as you said there has never been a black jury had in the history of the festival and I think that the palm d'or which this jury awards that's the price of the award it's still I would say the most prestigious award in cinema it is a way of sort of drumming up interest in a film I mean parasite which you just won't stop gushing about overflowing toilets in Paris but for you should go watch it again for the third time I think so you will I want to point out I would believe that John was the first one to like say me a Twitter DM being like Hey man you could check up and all of a sudden they do it on the for the heck say when the palm d'or which sort of started this journey that it's on now so it is certainly a way that you can generate interest in a film and I think it speaks often to a filmmaker status I think people will be watching to see what films Spike Lee finds interesting and I don't know I think he's made a lot of good films and he's made a lot of social films but I love the guy and I'm happy form I think it's like just an interesting like historically if you if you look at it historically the beef that's been going on between spike and and can you know like back in the eighties like back to do the right thing I I don't know he he had some choice words and and I don't know like it was Sally fields apparently who is like feeding him all this information about how long his victim yeah who didn't like do the right thing didn't think that like the ending was really worth it all this stuff and I guess he just didn't get the movie you know so yeah and apparently spike came out after that saying that what he said was stupid and immature and you know I guess in twenty eighteen he did when the ground pre awards black Klansman so he's I don't know ease down to three as we do the right thing I mean it's not one of the major American films ever made teen I we just talked with the spikes two thousand movie bamboozled is coming out from the criterion collection on home video I think next month a film that I think was widely misunderstood at the time I got reimagining of a minstrel show exactly it's about a sort of a TV minstrel show that someone creates a try to bomb their own career sort of a producer's plot line but it ends up becoming immensely popular film it was widely misunderstood at the time that I think is right for a re appraisal is going to get it when it comes out so I think people you know they always talk about spike Lee's films and he deserves a five but if you can imagine what can is trying to get out of putting Spike Lee as head of the jury and what's likely might be trying to get out of it are these two paths of origin what makes my cynical answer would be that they know I mean he was a kid in nineteen ninety nine he made a in quotes joke that someone should shoot Charlton Heston because he was responsible for gun violence in America you know he's called compared Clint Eastwood to a plantation owner I mean they're certainly like a level of let's say energy that spike brings that sort of my grab attention and headlines but also can would like that yes the thing can can benefit from that I mean do they do what like TMZ headlines about it's good ratings like any other organization he's a major filmmaker he's a major filmmaker major filmmakers and people at this level are who had the service but I just I just I I love what Kim had to say when they talked about you know including him as the jury had they said lease flamboyant personality is sure to shake things up like I just find the use of the word flamboyant they're kind of condescending we have yeah it applies to maybe to some of his sartorial tendencies and that's about it right if you just turning and I'm Tom how are you listening to Q. screen panel with John family and
"charlton heston" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Something that I think came in with the paypal Mafia so this is Peter Thiel and and <hes> offering and <hes> Elon Musk as well that they came in and they brought this philosophy and it was so spectacularly successful so quickly and the issues took a long longtime to show up there were glimmers all over the place of problems but you didn't see he didn't have anything quite like the two thousand sixteen election or like the the like brexit that focused everybody's attention on one thing and my observation about all of this is that I think it's time for forklift replacement of the culture that essentially Silicon Valley has to remember that it spent fifty years in the business of empowering the people who use technology and now it's the business of treating the people who use it as a source of fuel right. We're not the customer we're not even the prod they were a source of data that isn't used to improve something for us. It's used to manipulate whole populations and in my mind that is morally bankrupt and I do not believe leave it can be fixed and I think the way you get out of this is the way you always get out of tech problems. which is you create an alternative universe with a different value system and you give if people choices there's no you're not gonNA lose things you like about these products? They're not going to go away should be afraid of change. What we should be doing is asking the question of why isn't this stuff designed to make my life better because it could be in fact? I think that would be a bigger business object because all the stuff you're doing today. Today is still economically viable and there's millions of things they don't do because those things fit into the city switch out the soil and green is people <hes> idea of things. That's what that's what you're just talking about. People are fuel in this really old Charlton Heston reference but in the current model that's right and and and the thing is again silicon valley exists in an ecosystem globally which sits there and says the only constituency that matters anders is the shareholder and the only thing that management should care about our metrics will the reality is ethics doesn't stand a prayer in that environment because ethics. My definition is the willingness to subordinate a metric to a higher value. I think that we have a problem in business. Culture broadly. I mean in a world where wells wells Fargo Bank local bank here you know took money out of the accounts of millions of account holders without their knowledge where you know you had the banks generally early bankrupting the entire economy and getting away with it. I mean the Silicon Valley's not alone anymore than Cambridge Analytical was alone. This is a pervasive sufficient. I just think we have to decide what we want capitalism to be. What do we want our economy to be 'cause this? If this is it if this is the best we can do. Do I mean that's right this one of the things about this movie that I did see although I I was riveted to how you got not just Julian but <hes> Brittany Kaiser Talk. I'd love to know how to do that but I one of the things that she's wow wow I just want to say. I'd love to know what you think of her because I can't tell again Komo saying that here okay all right okay. Yes you are so this worked. The Great Hack worked like that. That's what I came away from it. It's like everyone ruins sort of finger pointing and saying this message mess but it it worked it would Steve Bannon was doing originally when he was an investor..
"charlton heston" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"The road to go on partial as well. I've you know he's basically and I think these two aspects interplay throughout the fill the sort of laconic swing a devil-may-care attitude and this really sorta hard boiled all my sensibility of this man and cracking up and of course does that so well because no one could play you know cracking up what Patriarch like what Charlton Heston he's just fantastic in. Uh Yeah that phone's ringing sequences just fantastic. I love that and nobody could give a damn it like like Charlton Heston. Could you know again is three years after the plague. He's been alone for three years and yet he's just gone nuts and I love to me. There's a real theme in this film. This is Nineteen seventy-one that this movie is coming out new such a theme team of the old generation versus the new generation and is the generation you know we taught <hes> on this podcast recently about <hes> the Mad Max films and especially Fury Road and that whole who were the ones that destroyed Freud the world and to me feels like yeah this is saying that the old generation destroyed the world and now it's moving over for a new generation and him going to see Woodstock is very telling to me and him mouthing those words and saying the same speech that the characters are saying or the people are saying that movie I find that to be very very telling thing but then you also have the danger of this new generation quote unquote which is nine hundred seventy one. This is when Charlie Manson and his family are getting sentence for these crimes that they committed but was at one thousand nine hundred sixty eight sixty nine yeah we also have the whole idea of the family that wants to break into your house and murder you. It's basically hippies gone wild. aalto is what it feels like to me see. That's the thing that this film may be. One of its filings is in the representation of the families ethos so yes they. I guess given that this nineteen adding seventy widen the whole Charlie Manson family tobacco was still fresh in America's memory they obviously did have some basing on them and yet this moment in the way Anthony's as hostages a great job. You're listening to the drain that moment in the film way Anthony where he saying right well we head industrialization look with that got us in fact he's also editorializing in the flashbacks as the News Kosta the last time we from him as the Pre Black Cape he started to editorialize in saying well this is it folks with completely <unk> the planet up. What are you GonNa do about it and you listen to you think rob? He's got a point. They'll generation has failed and yet the family is to cultish <unk> as the audience to feel any sort of real sympathy for him. You know we we side with gun titan. I'm GonNa Shoot Everything that Moves Charlton Heston rather than Matthias food as a valid point about what the all God had gone done but it's almost like our give him like a minute to make sense. I think in some ways it could have been maybe an even more interesting comment. They don't give a great film but it would have been interesting if they would have gone in explode that morality a little bit further but I guess you know their anger is not. Let's just make them like the Manson family in this. Just maybe a little bit subscript <unk> Carlton's were able to get into so to get you to think a little bit about about.
"charlton heston" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"He could save the world and he'll stomach nothing to rescue humanity. Troy Halley these people Academy Award winner, Charlton Heston babysitting. And so these are the eighteen little room and Cluzel and Catch. catch. You got any questions that he film from the director of mosquito spot? The mind. The last man on earth. He's men kinds lest. The day another dollar. That's right. We're kicking off a full month of scifi films with they look at the mega man until then I think this week co host Heather and cat had there. What is the latest with you, ma'am? I part of my article mini series on the classic art rock band. The tubes is up in live over at D about leak, magazines dot com that very excited about that. Also speaking of series in excitement, the second part of my ongoing look at the career of the late great Charles rockets, entitled, the rocket files is up at my website, Mondo, Heather dot com. This particular episode looks at the album, peon film, down to a CID, Heather. I just want to clarify for people that are listening. You are not the same person as Sam Degan. Sant salmon I are not the same person. Same is fabulous. She's also red head, but that's you know we are to individuals now. I notice that in daughters. Saying missing lately this, like, I fought them. And I'm like, that's not I'm not saying. Just like responded with the little laughing about shaping the money go. Oh, really? Oh, I love. I don't it's like it's, you know, I guess, maybe because it was daughters of darkness, which is also the name of your guys podcasts as far as Sam and cat. But then you to Heather in cat. You are the hell's bells in neither detain meet. Yeah. Which is appropriate for Bella Donna the hell's bells exact the choice of Satan. Yes. Santa's fabulous. I highly encourage everybody to listen to the daughters. Dr podcasts with her in cats tastic. But, but yes, we are. We are not the same person in Kent. How is the busiest lady on the British? I'll these days. Oh well I do wanna say have is cheap salts. Cool. She pleased the axis put in on if it wouldn't have against to Lynn spy seasons own, and I said this on the last episode avenue, any finished attitude in the next episode house. The house is not like my Keita's like wouldn't a day. I'm then like. T- ments. So. Yes off, come into number eighty cited because as I said, on the a projection beef, we Spiderman, mentoring, full model, not would and also I just line in the old boy, set the arrow will do in bringing the big spine key vision of thought with Posta and three discs in note. And also to mama Casse films full second site, which was fun Kasai, two completely different real nose to the classic horror people. So I'm just waiting for the Browns to come in on that one enough about it. But yeah, hopefully by the time this says our house, pow should be ready as well skin ladies for being on the show. Thanks, everybody for listening, please head on over to the website, projection booth, podcast dot com. You can find out more about today's episode, you also find links of tunes where he can review the show and patriot. Where can make a donation to the show. Donors, get early access to every episode as long as I'm not running late every donation. And every rating, we get helps a projection booth take over the world. The peak. If you enjoy this show in what more people to know about it. Head
"charlton heston" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
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"charlton heston" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"I think that's what it was right there would be there would be stainless seat theater stay in your seat. Yes. So there'd be someone in the audience whose face would be superimposed over an extra sheen or John Lithgow would like really a moat Matic seen the person whose head was just super. I just you had so many cool ideas with effects that was such of. Yeah. Very visually. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Because I mean that was another thing that, like, we really wanted to, to bring visual silly sight, gag humor to the show. Right. That was something another. You know, Conan I always connected on that at SNL just silly visual stuff. And, you know, I ended up doing cartoons on, on later, he would always say that with new writers, like, I think fish money with. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And sunny, what's your sound off was his slogan with that one? Yeah. No. And we just, you know, we would anthr- more the size so many Yang's. Yes. Endlessly fun. Also, like you talk about Martin sheen and, and we weren't talking to few weeks ago about a bit the Charlton Heston. It was eight minutes, and Charlton Heston. All these not the dippy hippy Skippy. Yeah, I just I show showed it to me, but I we only put him in because I just wanted to hear him say, I think dippy is. It's great to hear that voice. I didn't realize when, when you sent it to me how, how big a part of the sketchy ended up. Yeah, it was like for a second. There was this really awkward cut away Heston. And I thought it was like a direct to'real mistakes. I realize. Oh, no. It's setting up that he's going to be angry at dippy. Forgot that there was a whole sketch attached. The late great eight minutes long. I mean that was. All the current writers. They were because we're always like, oh, that's over the years half hour. Yeah things. So I think they were just like, wow. An eight just couldn't believe it was eight minutes. But was it a good eight minutes? There are tons of. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Doing the Jim Morrison voice. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That was just one of those things that I would do at Saturday Night Live. Tom Davis would walk around the Franken Davis. Franken and Davis is brilliant writer, Tom Davis, and he when he wouldn't have anything on the show on Saturday night. He would hold like two beers in each hand, and his arms would kind of jangle and he'd have a smug. Look on his face, and he was just very wiry and he was kind of an old hippie. And he was just kind of I am going to go have some beers and just go off. Like, okay, I get it. Your Saturday night is better. But yeah, I used to call him dippy the hippie. Okay. And so it was just complete master Batori. Do. Do exercise to do a sketch called. Well, there were two great jokes. I think one was Andy's the Bong that I think Andy came up. Joe that he can create a Bong out of any three objects, right? So he put them or maybe came up with the joke. No. You know what anti came up with the even funnier joke, which was I don't remember who came up with the bunk, but Andy's joke. Was this, the, the glasses that he would put on so that you could see what Jerry Garcia? Oh, yeah. Right at the moment. Yeah. He's always eating ice cream or just. Yeah. Yeah. No, I would always have him like, you know, something child is just eating Eminem's on a couch. And so I love that triumph. And I early on when the Westminster dog show occur. Yeah, every year you guys would do. Right..
"charlton heston" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Because when I was there, I had no idea how hard because we do these. We did those films short films. You know, the wreck Dicks and the holes. And I did this thing called Chad. That's on the internet. Now, the Davidson, and it's it's you shoots. When when I was on the show like commits gay. We we we. Chat that an all. So it wasn't part of the schedule as do during the show week. So you're not doubt. Man. I was staying out to look to two o'clock three o'clock in the morning, or whatever the heck it was and that I was so tired, and I was thinking about when I was there Charlton Heston was old. And I think he must've been almost eighty and he had to live this same schedule. I just did. And I think I'll complain one time. And I was sitting there people are. You know? I it's it's it's rough. Yeah. You need a break, man. I yesterday when I flew home, I fell asleep, so hard it was bananas was been. I I think you surprised a lot of people with the Farley song at the end. Yeah. He had that was that was really it was crazy this show was we had a couple of kids to do. But it was running a little long. And then you you have no time would you hosts your every skit to know what's happening in these. These four lays addressing me the whole time printed grabbing me running taking my weeks off that kind of stuff. And then they hear them on the things ain't no this is cancelled, blah, blah, blah. Okay moving. This wasn't actually what's going on. And they're like, okay. So this is nothing anymore, and it's Farley. And I say, oh, man. I was in always in this pretty easy wig from doing this. The Kate McKinnon and Kristen wig. And and then and it was funny. So let's get and then and then so the formerly song wasn't scheduled. It was scheduled. But it wasn't. It was kinda got sprung on me quick. Like the two. I was you know, I had that mental to get ready because when I was singing before they saw on in the studio, and rather so I kept getting really upset I because just being in that in that age where the studios accent. And I couldn't really I couldn't really think out loud. I would kind of mumble it because every his image and stuff was making me off an upset. And I was like oh, man. I gotta prepare for the for the show to try to you know. Breakdown and be know. Nuts. And then they don't pay for all these. Stay calm. Stay calm. Nobody wants to see you cry like an idiot whole ball, you know. And so, and so I just just got up there, and it was like a made a disorder habitat around my neck, and my wife and kids will up in the same way too. I Toby audience that they were there with a more. They're pretty waste and the crowd was clapping and stuff. And then I get on there and Strom on the guitar. Just try to calm down. They pointed to me. All right. We're on. I said, okay. Let's do this. To stay steady. It was cool. It was really cool. Yeah. It was a lot of fun. Great reaction. And you did a great job. So and then we hope to see him. You're you're in these parts, I think in a month and a half in June. You're going to be in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Yes. Yes. And I heard you. Yes, I'm coming to. I wanna see you made that hocus Crowley. You've got there. Yeah. It's that's incredible man. And that that shot you had when you put it in after the four shot I said the twenty five percent shooting. I'm working with that. That's what remiss I never see you this. I know I missed three shots in the row..
"charlton heston" Discussed on 600 WREC
"But sir you made a statement amassing you to explain it why can't you, be a democrat or Republican because as a African. American. Man both parties if. Sale my people short and okay okay let's Hold on hold. On don't don't, don't take over please you made a statement that both of them have. Failed Joe, people who are you people my people are asking. Okay so you're speaking are you speaking for all African Americans how do I, use speaking are you speaking you look certain. Yes. You. Do Answer? My question are? You speaking for? All. African Americans I. Can talk now no answer my question Answer my? Question are you speaking? For all African Americans Okay then then see that back to. Your question I'll white entertainment, while we don't need reasons first of all my life the first house you have a Moses in the. Bible. Will always be. Charlton Heston and a white man okay What you what year did they. Hold on sir what you did that movie. Come out the reason why, that's why I'm trying to have I'm trying to have been until brother brought look you're not gonna take. Over You're not gonna take over my. Show I'm asking you made a statement what. You. Did that movie come out Tell? Me you older no no no no? Answer my question what were you what were you, what did, you, believe what year did that movie come. Out, so what were? You before the movie, came out Moses black see I'm trying to get. To a point it's you know what you're. Trying to do. What you're trying to. Be racist and I haven't I love President Trump hurricane vote for Trump Yes A good. Lawyer can we? Talk No as long, as? You stay on? The subject what what is? Wrong? What is wrong with? Me why why shouldn't there be why? Can't we have Until what History for? What. It okay what are they? Not betraying what are? They brother you keep. Making statements I am going, to ask, you, look look I'm about to hang. Up on you really don't want to. Do that but if you make, a statement you look if you don't make me, look foolish what is? It about what is it about white people that you got? Against him I like why people, I said I got nothing to. Give some, I say the way they have to train people, in history how hopping about? Who. Jesus okay what? About Jesus why he doesn't look like? He from how do you know? Jesus way how do? You know how do you know? Reese cursor how do you know the Jesus wasn't white exa ju I'm not going as did you take him out taking? On through I'm through because, because, he, he he there's an idiot ladies. And gentlemen he didn't want to talk about the facts if. I'm wrong I. Certainly apologize go to Bolton and. Black conservative what's on your mind Andrew thanks. For taking my call you got. The patient of Joe You. Know he, said my people he couldn't tell, you what people are you, know again for the concept but individual I'm not. Going around Karen. No. Badge about by people accurate. For many humanity it doesn't matter This needs. To go away, they keep this up namely black Liberal Democrats, the radical wing, of the, democrat party the, Jackson shopping sure just keep this up for division because they don't, have they don't want to. See in, it's a sad like, what we see now with president trial. Low black, unemployment black business or he said, he said he voted for, Trump and he said he liked Trump but he. Couldn't explain why Yeah where he just lied, he didn't vote for Trump It's. A matter is our Trump supporters or step in line he would've known why he vote for him because, I voted for President Trump, because of a scrawl military advocating. Military border, job creation, fair trade things of that nature lower taxes you know a quality health. Care and education where people can have school choice things so I can tell. You right off hand why I voted for President, Trump, I don't have to sit here and saying combat yeah but Mattie is they just want to beat this drum of racism and injustice and slavery because they pretty much don't have nothing to show for what blacks actually have voted..
"charlton heston" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Happened actually before I went to work in the White House and a friend of mine and I actually lives here. In Boca doctor now we were able to get tick- tickets to some inauguration events and that, somebody mistakenly really mistakenly gave to us we decided that we would, take dates because there was free food, that we could capitalize on and we went to this particular reception and while we were there I saw over in across the room Bob Hope, and Charlton Heston my date who was a lovely young woman who is we dumped me right, after all this happened said to me Oh my gosh There's Bob Hope and Charlton Heston my mom and I are the biggest fans. In the world and, so you know they going, back to the they can't eat you. Kind of, thing I said what the heck I'll, go over, in you know let's, go over, in introduce. Ourselves you, own, I said okay I'll. Bring them back so here I am walking over like a complete idiot and I walk over and I actually I walked in on a conversation that they were having a hope was telling Heston that he had just completed what he thought would be his last USO. Tour in Vietnam and so I introduced myself and I explained about date and I pointed over to her and I said how pretty she, was and how what a big. Fan she was and, they, actually, said okay well we'll. Come over meter so here I come across the room with Bobby Charlton Heston and and she took a look at them and then proceeded. Preceded the faint She she, but they were they, were so. Nice they. Signed everything, like, styrofoam cups whatever it. Was anything that would take eight gray autograph for and everything so okay that's thanking seventy three nineteen eighty nine on the advertising director of the newspaper in Palm Springs California my boss and I go to a luncheon honoring Bob and Dolores hope when it was over. Bob Hope is sitting alone on the diet and I went up to him and and introduce myself and I said I know you remember, me but you know blah blah. Blah this happened back, in, nineteen, Seventy-three just that just. That we had met at a an inauguration events my my right hand to God he looks at me and he goes you're the guy Yeah I said I'm really surprised that, you remember that and he goes. Son we've been laughing about you for, the last fifteen So they always wondered how. That, had come, out and they did not go well because she dumped me. And I don't blame her for doing so afterwards So on a more serious note there's no doubt that Russia is a big story in the news. Right now and you have a lot of experience in? Russia, because after. The Cold War you're traveled over there to fight for a free press over there, can you talk a little bit about your experiences there yeah you know It was, to say that that was fascinating would be a gross understatement what had happened. Was is it after the fall of the Soviet Union Bush forty one administration had wanted to fund programs through the agency through international development to. Spent to send American media executives over to the former? Soviet, countries to Try. To help them build a free and independent press which which was very. Difficult to Russia because, there's really no economy to try to build anything, with and. And produce money the all the printing had been was being done by the government the government regulated obviously everything Yeltsin had an interest in trying to To to make it free so we did actually accomplish a few things unfortunately that were, completely undone by the time that Putin came. Along and the but I mean we were able to get a. An old press which was was which some of my..
"charlton heston" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Gets them all right wins charlton heston visit zombie visit like yesterday i guess it's brand new and i don't know how showed up it just showed up and if a listener sent it to me secretly i thank you for that because it's going to be fun and we've got another music trivia thing we can do and this covers all kinds of things the other for the record which skip skip lee host for us here that is basically eighties nineties music trivia this kind of covers everything a wide spectrum of stuff including genres and different time periods and stuff so it will be fun to play that we'll do that a little bit later on okay we have matlock fan of the line is that right and we have a matlock fan john is on wgn hey john hey how you doing all right you like matlock i love l seen just every so okay what did you just say were you a fan of andy griffith before that on the andy griffith show no time for sergeants oh boy you're going yeah all right very cool now were you aware of any of the stuff that we've been talking about i'm aware of most of it yeah one thing i liked you body matlock show dollars clients expense me i'm expensive each hockey house he didn't care there you go what's expensive that's one thing that everybody remembers yeah net show was on for red show is on for a long time right john and had a nice long run rerun yeah very cool all right do you have a favorite episode no not really i wouldn't tell my dick van dyke number two parter attila course it was you when you have dick van dyke on the show you gotta make it a two parter.
NRA names Oliver North, known for Reagan-era scandal, as president
"Us marine corps lieutenant colonel was at the center of the iran contra scandal of the nineteen eighties he hosts the program war stories with oliver north on the fox network brian man with north country public radio reports oliver north became a household name during the reagan years for his role in a secret effort to sell weapons to iran funneling the proceeds to anticommunist rebels in nicaragua north was found guilty of destroying government documents and other crimes he's emerged as a popular conservative commentator and now at age seventy four lead the board of directors of the nation's largest gun rights group wayne lapierre the nra's executive director tweeted that this is the most exciting news for nra members since charlton heston became president north takes on the role at a challenging time a high school shooting in parkland florida touched off nationwide protests and even states with republican governors like florida vermont that have had wide open gun laws have passed new gun restrictions brian man npr news this is npr news from washington russia says one of its military helicopters crashed in syria killing both pilots officials with the defense ministry in moscow say it wasn't attack helicopter that went down in the east of the country hostile fire is not suspected officials say it appears to have been a technical problem last week a russian fighter jet crashed in the mediterranean while taking off from an airbase in syria preliminary election results in lebanon suggest large gains for hezbollah considered a terrorist group by the us npr's lima l orion reports finanz interior minister announced the preliminary results for the country's first parliamentary elections since two thousand nine has below in iranian backed group and its allies including the largest christian party won over half the seats it's a political and moral victory says hezbollah's leader side hustle meanwhile the party belonging to prime minister saad hetty di suffered big losses but because of the.
"charlton heston" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Any rise like she's affected or whatever but then as a book goes along you realize that he is the baghdad yeah whereas the vampires living their life everyone's fine but he starts hurting them life for the three years get mike he goes every day and just q cute is he hundred for the same reason will he's well he's the president he's like go figure this out he's trying to he's trying to cure them but he's also hunting them yeah i'm saying he's like each on hill yeah i love that the idea of the book is that he is a legend because since everybody's a vampire and he's killing vampires like he's like what obama would be to us like he's just killing people so he's like shrike yeah i would be so cool neither no movie not one of the movies wow very tricky but charlton heston gets close because in that movie the vampires do talk they do ton him and even i am legend they reshot it because in the movie when he really did it had people in it and they just automated the people but then last minute they won't these cgi thingies and i was like though with the people just make the people look like freaky or yeah i remember they were shooting this movie because i lived in washington square park when they were shooting this movie and i remember seeing the scenes of like the only shot that actually made it in was the shadows across the arch washington square arch where you see like the shadows of the monsters about to come and but it was so cool like they remove like they had all these people like dressed up as like those the zombie mont vampire thing but yet none of that yet a shot it with the people forget there's a reason i to look it up there's a reason why they went with cgi but i was like i think we would have been way more effective if they looked scary not so fake.
"charlton heston" Discussed on Filmspotting
"It is it's it's not as big and i was one of the people i felt like in my theater in nyla at the time who had to get that reference because i just feeling proud of myself i can't can you feel too proud of i don't think i don't think we're russell of fortune despite the oscar attention at got was a widely seen movie maybe not widely seen by people who are in the theater for lion king i think they're probably a lot of seven year olds in that theatre that didn't know either kris van was laughing exactly but yeah i mean in that one was just was too minor it's like it's a little in joke rather than some of the big thematic resonance things we've been talking about the romanian michelle thing is is one of my favorites of all time there's a really terrible movie called a mega man oh yes starring charlton heston yet another take on richard matheson's i am legend which also gives us the will smith movie and many other versions over the years but there's a scene in that where charlton heston apparently the last living man in a world vampires goes into a theater and woodstock sits down and shows himself i know yes and he is a hardcore charlton heston character a you know a tough practical minded man who was managing to survive in a world by himself occa usually he puts on a green velvet dress coat and a frilly pirate shirt and plays chess with a bust but you know nonetheless he's he's a pretty practical man and the idea of him sitting in this theater i know day after day after day watching a bunch of naked muddy hippie listening to rock n he's seen it so often he can recite along with us and he laughed he appreciates only connection to humanity is the first of the joke later knowing what we know about charlton heston having to revel in the counterculture.
"charlton heston" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Another interesting tie in with the reagan all the way to the reagan presidency but he was considered to be too liberal as as a sag president and there's also a lot of other stuff that i would defer to the people who are alive and participating as opposed to people like you and i in donahue can only speculate and those who are there i defer to them because we weren't weren't around at that time and i will i will leave it to that but yeah he he marched on washington with dr martin luther king in nineteen sixty three and very charlton heston did and i'm sure was very democratic on these causes too so just to be fair and as well as i don't see lou marching i don't see him marching now i see him organizing a march and saying you put put that person in front of the line she she photographs better but also he has succeeded his fellow actor ronald reagan as the president of the screen actors guild a post that he would hold until nineteen seventy one and served as chairman of the american film institute from nineteen seventy three to nineteen eightythree after reagan run the us presidency in nineteen eighty he appointed heston as the co chairman of a task force on arts and humanities in his role has thin defended the national endowment for the arts so you can you imagine the name ronald reagan and charlton heston defending the national endowment for the arts talking about about twenty nights yeah yes so you have you know this is when when we have we covered the election a lot last year and the name reagan was invoked a lot and not one of them brought up that you know he was things like the endowment for the arts it wasn't that reagan allusion the political climates different one could say the republican party is is different yeah you don't also expect to see it's just the fact that it's that's not the reagan that they were summoned that's all i wanted to bring up now but of course an actor being against the arts would not bode well either but a lot of people feel that his his tenure as sag president did have give him certain foundations that would have served him well later in political office status.
"charlton heston" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"You to make their lives vigil in heart bondage man shelby ruled by law not by the will of other men robertson was reminder that tony figaro and don allen or with this as we continue our look at this week april fifth two thousand eight charlton heston dies at the age of eighty four so i pointed cold cold dead and i wanted to bring this up because we don't associate charlton heston with television history but he unless you think of the numerous times of the ten combat why i wanted to bring him up because he was a heroin ben her yes and i think you know ten commandments because there was a period where you would be watching the wizard of oz on cbs on easter sunday or the ten commandments on abc easter sunday and that doesn't abc's might not be easter sunday saturday night you better yeah so part of the they have kept that tradition going which i think is is great that they do that i think charlton heston also has had this interesting career that was expanded generations literally because our parents generation know him best as moses ben hur we grew up with him you know he was omega man was earthquake he was planet of the apes especially all of that and then you have the generation of my nephews oh he's the nra guy and so it's it's one of those things where you know different generations know him for different things you know he also would have a cameo in the mark wahlberg planet of the apes or did he did the colby's.
"charlton heston" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Happy easter happy passover same to you i you gave me a little i would say religious history lesson i was a little skeptical i did not know it was i will be i admit and folks is the first time you hear him you're gonna know moron i did not know if statement if the proper terminology was happy pestle it is happy passover because the jewish moses led the jewish people watch the ten commandments with charlton heston no you've not watched that movie i've seen more cop four times what doesn't really count towards what we're talking now i know i'm just trying to give you a little you should watch that movie one night is it funny though it's funny serious snob i like comedies well you know educate yourself a little guy try to educate myself you taught me something this morning i something i didn't want to come on this morning as being somebody of not religious faith i mean not of jewish faith if you will and say happy passover and somebody told me what's not happy passover some glad you were able to tell me that yes we go have a happy easter happy passover and get on with everybody can be happy to swing and then tonight it's going to snow enough it's april first baseball i think whether gods if you will should look down and see that baseball's being played to say no more snow do we need snow we don't get any more snow on the way home openers tomorrow exactly bradley starts literally practice tomorrow night we don't need any more snow to ruin the fields we we don't need anymore snow in the levittown little cerise meadow wherever that peter schwartz is from and i know everybody in tuscaloosa right now is not what we're talking about now that your latest cbs sports update well i i i i i how could i not tease there's a group of fans that embarrass themselves this week.
"charlton heston" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Not a you know evil little government entity it's not somebody in washington this is millions of legal gun owners that want their rights protected and thank you for telling people the facts of what it actually is god bless you scotty i love moses i'd love charlton heston the nra was not charlton heston the nra is not some evil lobbying organization the reason democrats the reason gun grabbers the reason the left at the nra keeps winning is because the nra is millions and millions and millions of voters who vote and the other key here is the nra is not just millions the five or six million members of the nra though that's a big number the vast majority of gun owners the vast majority of god fearing gun clean gun owners don't belong to the nra but they are the nra too because they believe in what the nra believes they fight for what the nra fights and they believe in and they will fight for their second amendment rights their god given a gun rights until they have not a breath left and the left just doesn't understand that let me go to jonathan hey there jonathan hey joe how you doing hey only hope he make your monday i last week the subway over in palatine and held the time police officer walking over to his car my twelve year old daughter go thank you and she looks at me and she says see you cop think aqap oh broke my heart what's her name jonathan my name or her name is only see oh is that beautiful your twelve year old daughter thank to cap she certainly did with cheese i said thank you also but she turned to me and she must have heard me say it and it was awesome can you do me a favor can you tell her joe walsh said thank you i will tell her that jonathan that's awesome elite theo if you're listening awesome right a twelve year old girl in america because she over hears this crazy man on the radio joe walsh say see aqap thank god a twelve year old girl saw cup would she do she thanked dot com jonathan thank you that.
"charlton heston" Discussed on WGTK
"Not a you know evil little government entity it's not somebody in washington this is millions of illegal gun owners that want their rights protected and thank you for telling people the facts of what it actually is blessed scotty i love moses i love charlton heston the nra was not charlton heston the nra is not some evil lobbying organization the reason democrats the reason gun grabbers the reason the left at the nra keeps winning is because the nra millions and millions and millions of voters who vote and see the other key here is the nra is not just millions the five or six million members of the nra though that's a big number the vast majority of gun owners the vast majority of god fearing gun clean gun owners don't belong to the nra but they are the nra too because they believe in what the nra believes in they fight for what the nra fights and they believe in and they will fight for their second amendment rights their god given a gun rights until they have not a breath left and the left just doesn't understand that let me go to jonathan hey there jonathan hey joe how you doing eight only hope he make your monday i last week i was out of the subway over in palatine and all the time police officer walking over to his car my twelve year old daughter go thank you and she looks at me and she says you think a cop oh broke my heart what's her name johnson my name or her name is elise ian oh jeez certainly did what i saw i turned and said thank you also but she turned me she must have heard me say it and it was awesome can you do me a favor can you tell her joe walsh said thank you i will tell her that jonathan that's awesome aletha if you're listening awesome.