17 Burst results for "Chris Walk"
"chris walk" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of that. The moderator for the second Trump Biden debate, worked as an intern for Joe Biden and worked at a staff assistant for Ted Kennedy. They couldn't find somebody who hadn't worked for Biden work for Ted Kennedy, the late great Bob Gibson has died. Had one of the most phenomenal pictures years any baseball pitcher ever had. 1968, he said. When he first came up, he was very, very angry and anger was due to the racism that the experience that he was coming up in the Minor leagues and early on and his professional baseball career something that these kids today out in the street, yelling and screaming about systemic racism have no blooming idea about what we talking about that later on as well. Triple 8971 s a G E Triple 89717243. Now I know you guys on the left Those of you who listen to my show. Under the pillow with a flashlight, so nobody knows. I know you hate this man. I know you hated guys. I know you think he's a racist and sexist and a homophobe and his xenophobia and have I left anything out. Hitler and Stalin and Nazi And he is violating the emoluments clause says they'll see Hey should have been kicked out of office. Says Mitt Romney, I I get it. Do you think during the time of the swine flu? At the Obama administration dealt with. Do you think if Obama had God forbid contract of the swine flu that would've been people standing outside of Walter Reed, chanting. I hope he dies. Do you think You think if during this swine flu that the Obama administration had to deal with Hetty contract it A comedian like Chris Walk would have opened a Saturday night Live skit with the following. Let's say the elf in the room. Isn't it drops in the hospital from covet, and I just want to say my heart goes out to covet..
"chris walk" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Pleasure thanks for the opportunity. I enjoyed up next. We're GONNA to hear from actress Louise Fletcher. I'm very curious how you got approach to be in the role for brainstorm. I I think they just asked me outright that was MGM will. It was interesting. Because I think with two. They originally wanted Christopher walking. And then you end up working with Christopher Walken and brainstorm thought he would never work again after Brady's arm 'cause he was so worried worried about the Natalie thing and that was he was concerned. Well how did you approach your character because you were kind of the wiseguy is guy cigarette smoking. I mean my God you did so much smoking in that role. Yeah well I did smoke in real life so it didn't How to be that much? Although it's always difficult to smoke unscreened yeah that was a big smoker so it was something I knew how to do. That's what I laugh about it now. Although it's a very serious matter that I should listen is one of my skills. I remember that I took this class. At Warner Brothers where they taught you screen skills how to kiss how to get in and out of a car. How smoke on screen? It was funny. That was the tail end end of that studio system. What was it like working with Cliff Robertson and Christopher walken because he worked with those two pretty much almost all of the scenes that you Iran what was great about that part was that she was so anti? She was so On her own doing doing her own research and answering to no one but herself or wanting to answer to no one but herself it was kind of I was kind of in a cocoon of my own. I could just go about my business in pretend they were all not there depended on Chris Walk inch risk character a lot. I was just kinda marching ahead to my own drummer. I remember having fun I remember was some of it was fun on just because Natalie had such a wonderful sense of humor kind of dark humour she would make make cracks. You know she was great at the the smart ass. Crack one liners. One liners a member giving me much direction direction. Yeah he seemed more like a technical director than a actress. Direct try would think yeah. He led US loose once in a while he would give a very significant action out of the blue. And you'd say oh God he relieves watching or you really Knows what's going on. He knows what he wants. He was surprising sometimes. It was altogether pretty much fun. You know we were in The Outer Banks North Carolina. We were in that golf resort that called we stayed in a golf resort resort in North Carolina old-fashioned. Big Hotel out started saying. Did you have too many re-shoots on that one. No that that was the myths the myth that the movie wasn't finished that was just part of a scene that she hadn't finished I think. MGM Didn't didn't want to finish the movie. I think they wanted their money back and they were asking law. It's taken can out the policy on the film and they said they could finish the film because she hadn't finished and then We were we're all asked to give a deposition individually and what was our understanding of how much of a shot and what they they have left and our opinion that you could. The movie was finished except for the special effects. That was a disappointment. Meant that the movie would finish however they did finish it. I can't think he he just added to the scene and didn't re-shoot shoot part or didn't try to shoot that part of the same and then they did the special effects but GM didn't pay enough they were disenchanted at that point. And they didn't invest enough in the Special Ed. The movie would have done better had the special effects and in better or they have been allowed to invest in the special effects what they had originally plan. Had you ever been through a situation like like that before where you had to give a deposition fell never. I know that you've probably had scenes cut in the past but the one real revelation for me over the last few years was being able to see you in. Once upon a time in America it was. I was so shocked when they restored that film. And there you were yeah well it was just too long for them you know and it was easy. Fame aim to cut because was pivotal. I mean there was no information that Seton made that movie go forward. I love doing that. It was so much fun. I mean. It's so interesting to me to work with him because he was truly. I never worked with the director who was so specific about what he wanted. In other words it was choreographed. He wanted my foot to hit a certain step of a certain word. It was tense. He had his his vision and his head that specifically I had some small parts. But I didn't have a part that was actually totally cut out And they were apologetic. They were they were Nice. They called the sad. We're so sorry but we have to. And then the I think the story is his. It's children. Who did they have in touch? And said we're redoing it and I had to give permission something. That was nice on something like that. Are Going to pay for your mortgage. No I don't think so residual you know. Just don't mean a lot. They do to some people every time you were on screen. There was just electrifying for me when you were in Star Trek Deep Space Nine. You were so fantastic as a win I love doing I love. I'm doing it because it was the most professional endeavor. I mean everybody every department it was better than the one before really even though they were very long hours which. I thought they should've somehow arranged that better. 'cause people were overworked but they were amazing that crew that whole crew. And what would you call it. The whole endeavor was just top notch. I think it was a fun job. Loved my character you know. She was bigger than life and so and I love playing that kind of power seeking ruthless person. Yeah was fine so full of herself like evangelical you know. Would that be a look on your face and yet yet anyway it was fun. Have you played villains so well I still get lots of Fan Mail L. about that kind of amazing that there's still these Jackie's out there fletcher. Thank you so much for your time today. I appreciate this. We're very well coming up. Next we're going to hear from a screenwriter. Bruce Joel Rubin. As far as.
"chris walk" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"I can only take your relationship so far in the studio. You're fired tear. We're we're words. Mike doesn't care where it's i've never heard and words. You're very familiar with your fires. It came in at ninety and the next one to go off the list after that makes me sad it stripes dumb and dumber. Oh which two of my favorites and those are gonna be off. The list kind of guy watches reality bites and roots for ben stiller like thinks that renault riders should have wound up with her the hawk of course she read. They look the best kissing though they did. That's why that's why that i'm i'm actually romantic in my favorite trilogy is not in the avengers category. Even that's not a four sunrise the before sunrise us my trilogy before sunrise before sunset before for sunset before sunrise and then before midnight was the third i think rick link ladders is crazy brilliant especially when dealing with dealing with actually the issue i was talking about before it was like sort. You've really watching movies at different ages. He makes movies at different ages and kind of explorers boyhood. Is your example shark cat in boyhood roy. Do you guys know about boyhood. You'd better back there if you're moving. It's another ethan hawke vehicle. That is isn't anything hot. Vehicle arquette won the oscar for that by the way she was in true romance which is one of my top twenty movies a script. I saw last month and made me uncomfortable romance. You had never seen it. No i had never seen it. I'd seen parts of it when i was younger and i saw it on a plane back from england. I was like whoa this is really rough. Watching twenty nineteen i watched it again last year just to revisit it and it holds up it old. I think i think gary oldman. He's one of the best actors of our generation. We don't talk about him enough but you look at him in especially in darkest hour which she just became winston churchill your job but he's been doing great roles. I oklahoma dennis hopper in that movie with that monologue and the trailer with chris walk in that scene is very uncomfortable. Twenty twenty nineteen watch watch movies through twenty nineteen prism. It's difficult sometimes. Are you saying because it's not politically correct. It bothered tarantino. Films are always going to have that problem. They're always gonna make you feel oh uncomfortable. I can make you feel uncomfortable in the best way though like not in just flat out uncomfortable warranty no dinner direct this movie. I forget who tony scott yeah. Tony scott did but tarintino who wrote it he did yeah. I think it was brilliantly directed. I think part of the reason why it holds up is that tony is tony's musical choices that zimmer score are ridley scott and tony scott brothers. Yes yes that the most successful brother directing team other than the farley brothers. <hes> tony scott's dead now yes. I think i think i think for brothers who've had cancer no commitment. He committed suicide yeah okay. That's not great. We go into the box. Let's say coen brothers..
"chris walk" Discussed on KGO 810
"Thirty two Jay pharaoh. He was good. He was great. He did. Here's the impressions. Did obama. Eddie. Murphy, Denzel, Washington, Stephen a Smith. Chris walk. Christopher Walken Will Smith Dave Chapelle, Jason stratum the stadium necessary there anyway. So he's great in Galveston to he'll be a cops tonight tomorrow and Sunday. Well, look the idea that Fairfax's careers being derailed by something that probably won't be prosecuted. Bothers me a little because the timing, you know, and and he's in he thinks politically motivated, I think that there would have been more north to leave. If there was more pressure. If this hadn't popped up, if if in fact, I would I would think that that Fairfax would be getting ready to move into the governor's mansion at this point. I'm just curious why these allegations against Fairfax come up when he was running. Well, as governor, I guess, that's a good point. Because I was thinking that it's not like in the presidential thing. Here. We vote for him. I mean, right. So you wanna was he was running on a ticket with north? I mean here you vote for Lieutenant governor, right? Yeah. So I don't know what it is. Yeah. But I mean just the fan. I mean, you're right. It's probably separate. It's probably be separate. But my whole thing is if these women, you know, have don't want him to be an office because of what they did to him. That's it. Just it's I'm not saying, I don't believe them. But why wasn't this brought up earlier? I mean the election wasn't that long ago. If it happened if they were elected in November, right? So in the first rape allegation was they went to a hotel room at convention and she went in voluntarily and was kissing him and then forced her to perform oral sex. And apparently the second allegation is the same thing. I don't believe at least from what I've read that. It's actual sexual. Penetrators intercourse. Thank you. I think it's the same that Vanessa Tyson was alleging but still it's a sexual assault. Oh, no, no. There's nothing. Absolutely. It should not be diminished in any sense of the word. But the fact that the second woman has some of the corroborated apparently, she ran over to someone's house right after crying saying exactly what happened named Justin. Fairfax. That's bad. Yeah. That is bad. And I don't think the statute of limitations should matter. But it also doesn't look like she's quote, unquote, pressing charges, and I don't know what the state would do. Then why don't think you could? I don't think you're gonna get a conviction for nineteen years after it. You're just not going to get a computer. You're not even gonna get an a an indictment. So I don't I don't know. What did she said? She's like I want him to resign. She didn't say if he doesn't I'm going to do X Y Z. So so then it's up to them. Then that just smells it, smells like that. Somebody is is decided to go after him. And and that they had these aces in there. You know? I mean, he must have known obviously that had about these two women. He knew about you know, he was really upset apparently about Tyson eight hundred eighty eight ten is a court. I and I I think they're. Should be statues. Limitations. I just don't know the right time. I don't feel like they're. Yes. There could be statute of limitations unless there is overriding evidence to prove the crime. I mean, we live in a digital age. I mean who knows what we would be able to find with digital forensics. I mean, you know, what maybe let off the hook just because I couldn't find the evidence within a certain timeframe. But you can also look you can also now take video alter it. Of course, there's also people that can find out those videos have been altered as well. Friends. Bush was talking to. He said that. But that has to be determined by a jury caller one day somebody that you know, you'd be we don't know for sure that was him on the bus. I'm like, so you know, it's easy today. Whatever's real is is hard. It's hard to hold onto because there's so much. So much belying. And and I don't know. It's it's I don't know. What I I just I don't know how long it should be Johnson. Hey, thanks for calling. What's your thoughts? Should there? Be a statute of limitations. Yeah. Hey, this is Jonathan Berkeley. Can you hear me? We can go ahead. Yeah. Here's the deal. Guys. Get facts is getting railroaded. Now this guy a former federal prosecutor. So the timing of it is suspicious to the point as to establish limitations. You don't have one. That's the sort of get right down twenty years later. A he said she said with no corroborating evidence normal philanthropy better. We're not bluegrass, right? Well, have to defend all these things. There is no statute of limitations for felonies and North Carolina. So she could. But this happened in in North Carolina, though, Duke University the university. Yeah. So okay. Got it. I gotta be civil solutions. California because California this. Page. We got it governor who with his best friend's wife, and we elected him. But that's not. That's not against the wall. And it was all over the tabloids zone. Don't pass on that story. Yeah. We gotta do ex mistress. Consensual relationships. We're talking about sexual assaults here. But in somewhere along the line. Two thousand dollars a year jobs. I dunno say facts on. About that sort of thing we hear about sexual assault. I think you have a double standard when it comes to women getting ahead and men getting ahead. I think a consensual relationship is one thing. And I think it's very sexist your statement. Thank you Jonathan have a great weekend. Learn how to answer the phone. No, let's go to Vermont in San Mateo. Is that your name rod? Thank you for calling. So what about this deal like you like to statute of limitations? What actually tell them? I'm calling about. How could a man forced a woman to get him auto sex? I let you had a gun or something. Otherwise, she's going to bite it up. You know, I could understand eight dollars Regina raping auto six. How that's possible. I mean, you can hold a woman's head. I don't know if I've ever. So let me just. But it doesn't have to last a long time to be a crime in otherwise he could he could take somebody said and push it into a position and that and data Navid self is a crime right there. Okay. So she said, I don't wanna do it at any point in anytime during sex. If a woman says, I don't wanna do this anymore. You have to stop. And so if been a hard to say, no, right? Yeah. And that's a you're in that position. What? He just. Oh, you know, you're a woman to do something that is criminal and in violin and women. You're talking about split seconds here. I agree with you. I think that in hindsight many women that have been in that position will probably think I should have done the same thing. But to say well woman, you didn't bite it off. So you must have wanted to do. It is completely ignorant. You know, I told you and I had a comedy club. Once John Bobbitt worked at the club. Bouncer at the club and the Lorena Bobbitt. Remember that story she not only cut his penis off. She drove down the road and throughout the window. Yeah. And they went and found it and he works to this day. I don't know. But it does there's like some porn film apparently. But I saw a documentary not too long ago. Yeah. It's it works. It works. It was like the doctors were really proud of themselves to their like breaking their arms, patting themselves on the back for that. One. Can you imagine coming out? How was your day Honeywell? Anyway, we'll get to more your phone calls coming up and dust. What was the story? I said I'm going to do is six thirty one to tell everybody. Remember, we'll find out a second. But we'll talk again, this is a question of like how long with the digital world. Now. Do you keep something alive just forever because you can see like in third crime is a crime nine necessarily improve? No, no, not necessarily. Why not? Then if I could prove that you did something why? Limitations. Lost change all the time. And were new crimes have been added that fifty years ago, I think that should be taken into consideration. Absolutely. It's nikki. I'm Chipper calls coming up next here on KTAR Franklin..
"chris walk" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"He wanted to be that nasty. He'll that everyone despised. So hell, yeah. It was loving eighties. Performing love getting out there and do this shit. I gotta tell you. It was fun to go back and watch this because the crowd is just so into this and Austin's wearing him out. Get them into the corner stops feels like forever flips him off one final kick as Michael Cole would say vintage Austin how just loved it their interaction at the beginning was unbelievable. I loved it. Mcmahon gets one low kick in and. Meltzer wrote McMahon came out with the oil and Hannah bottle that bodybuilders us coming on stage walking around like a contestant bodybuilder with the famous. Pro wrestling mill mass, Chris walk, and yeah, Goba comes in next because I know when I think about Austin and McMahon go-goes who want next damn right to my surprise the crowd so hot that gogo is actually getting over like the crowd is really with a little oddities hand movements. You know, the old public enemy put your hands in the air. Gimmick. Awesome. Mcmahon. Wind up brawling to a women's bathroom. And when they do it's revealed that this was all trap McMahon, lured a man and a corporation is gonna destroy Austin and leave him laying. Draws comes in next with face paint. I look with all very often edges out next. And then Gilbert comes in a Gilbert is getting a full Goldberg like treatment, huge reaction from the crowd. Steve Blackman's out next. So let's run through that we start with Austin McMahon. Then we run through all these guys. Dan severn. Tiger Ali saying Tomasz surprise blue Meinie comes out gets a hell of a pop once he skates in the ring does many dance the crowd responds. It's really weird because I don't even remember blue mini being in a Royal rumble much less his dance getting over like that this crowd was so into this match. And it's names that you wouldn't normally expect there to be a big pop for. But they're here. It's fun to go back and look at times when the job swat any oddities or really really over. At this point in the match, though, it doesn't feel like we've got a contender for somebody who might actually win the thing who would have helped lay out this Royal rumbles far as insurance of you know, the order of the entrance and all that I think patent. I laid it out for the most part. Had the the idea behind it was start with. And and this was my bitch. What I? What I didn't like about it actually Terry Taylor worked with us on it as well. But here's what I what I hate about it. Benson. Austin start to biggest names vents first time being in the rain type thing actually in a match Austin? The hottest looking guy in the territory and they're gone five minutes into the match. And yes, we had a little bits with them where you saw back and forth. But. You didn't have any Austin didn't have any vents in the match. And I think that that was a big big lower for people to see them interact with with other guys in the Royal rumble. So that part I you know, we were we we had our hands tied. This is these are the spots. We have to get in. This is how we're going to do it. So we had to figure it out. We just we had to figure figure it out and. Would you look at everybody until Taliban of guys that are entered in the Royal rumble was an Austin McMahon. Royal rumble. You had a few other names in it. But it was tough. I mean, it was it was just it's not as easy as thanks you. Gotta figure out spots for thirty different guys. And. Know what the hell's going on at all times in its writing a sixty minute match, the you'd literally have to write because one spot goes in into another guy's entrance and this exit goes into something else. So. It was just it was difficult. We had our hands tied with the Austin McMahon interaction or lack thereof. It is pretty exciting. When I saw tiger L E saying coming in. Well, he came in his only minute thirty interval. The average interval was about a minute thirty five you're interested. The lights go out of intially when it's just Jesse James and Mabel undertaker comes out the acolytes and median hit the ring and they decided to attack Mabel and they drag him away..
"chris walk" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"So I don't know if these two movies fit the description that you're looking for, but these are the two that popped into my head. There was a movie may made based on a Stephen King novel time, and I think it's called the dead zone were all the breads orders. An or Christopher Walken can touch you. And see what happens one of the great any time. And so the twist on it is is that of all people Martin sheen would later turn out to play a great president on the west wing Martin sheen. Don't give away why won't is a political candidate. Like, he's a guy who's just starting his political career. And he's working the rope line any shake hands with Christopher. Walkin? And no, I'm not giving it away and Walkin Rica's. This happens in the first half an hour of the movie and walking then realizes. Okay. He he could turn out to be a bad leader get us into world tr-. And what do you do? Then if you have that knowledge, and that's the movie like like, do you act on it? Do you not do anything in the whole movies Christopher Walkin when he learns something about you like if he learns you're gonna cause a car accident like the night day? Does he do something to get you out of it, right? Or if he shakes hands with you, and you realize that you're going to marry the wrong person. And he can he can talk you out of years of heartache if he alert you to it like think about it very movie. It's what if you had that skill. All right. So you had the skill that if you shake hands with somebody you see their whole life play out in front of you. And let's say somebody say, I shake hands with you. And I really. Is that you are going to go scuba diving a year from now and the tanks going to break, and you're going to die, right? Do I go to you? And try and change your fate. In other words, too. I say, hey, listen, you better. I get intuitions. I'm how do I how do I explain it to you? I say look I get into ish. I had this intuition that your tank was going to explode when you're going to scuba dive in and don't leave me. I would say all right scuba diving is off. Okay. So that's the dilemma Chris walk in has in this whole, he's little special, and that, you know, for example, he sees some bad things can happen to kids, and he goes to the parents and tries to warn them in and will the parents believe it or not. So anyway, that's that's the first movie the pumpkin bed. I don't think very many people seen it. No. I don't think it was made in the early eighties. Yeah. It's great and the other one I have I have a unique and devoted allegiance to the movie. Mr. Holland's opus with Richard Dreyfuss think I connect to it be sunset because he has a special needs kid right in the movie, but. Basically, it's the story of a less you love that movie before you had a kid. I did. Yeah. It's a story of of a music teacher in Los Angeles. Yep. And how his life as a teacher changed over thirty years of teaching the you get them in the news great in that movie. Who I think has since passed away is Jay Thomas the? TJ? Yeah. He did play football. Yeah. There's some sleepy. Good performances in their leash a- wits in there. She's the play the sunset girl. She plays. Howard has a great part in that move in Gleason. Yeah..
"chris walk" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"I mean, you didn't answer my questions. My final question to, you know, don't I hope not? I hope this is not that just some bows. No, no, no. Because I really have to change gears to do that. And this was something that was very very close to my. Of me trying to understand what it's like to be alive. And I think I said what I wanted to say when he says when I'm painting, I stopped thinking. I like to do that. I like to stop thinking. And and I guess when I'm painting. I do stop thinking. And maybe when we're making a movie we've stopped thinking also at the moment, we can stop thinking when we can just let something happen. And I think that what you can see in the movie is how we really depend on. I mean, what William did how we could access that place and do what he did how Oscar mas- Mickelson. I mean, these people. Who knows where it comes from? I mean mas- is a dancer. I mean, Chris walk and is a great friend of mine. I mean guy could read the telephone book, and it's interesting, but but they can do something that I can't do. And when I was a painter. Longtime ago, and I had comments about movies. Nobody listened to me. But being the director of the actors, listen to you. So I started to I and the thing about John Michel Basquiat? I think I probably did it for the same reason. Because. I hated Robert Hughes saying that he was he was you're the Eddie Murphy of the art world and all of this abuse that he took really and I thought okay, oh at the John Michel to give him. The respect. Well on that note. I respect you very much, and I'm really happy that you brought this into the world. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you Lee. And thank you guys are coming. Thanks for listening to another DJ QNA if you'd like to hear more you can find past episodes at the director's cut wherever you listen to podcasts. We'll have a lot more fuel in the coming weeks as Ford season approaches, including QNA's Alphonso Koran David McKenzie and Steve mcqueen's. So be sure to subscribe, saying don't miss Nep sewed. If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to write in review us on. I tunes. We'd love to hear your feedback and you can help Palestinia files. Find the show. Thanks again for listening, and we'll see you next time. This podcast is produced by the directors guild of America music is by Dan, Wally.
"chris walk" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Johnny dean, professor Rick. Surprise surprise. Chris. Joins us. Chris walked all the way from Phoenix. Nice to have you Chris, Lloyd. Hey, thanks. John beer. Yeah. We we do this to him the poor guy. I mean, he, you know, he's trying to work. He's he's trying to do, you know plans and meet with people, and we always do this every time. He's in town. We we rip you away from whatever it is. You're doing and say come on this show, Chris. And he always I don't think you've ever turned us down. Try not to. Well. That's good. That's good. Chris certified financial planner so CFP see HFC MBA and ahe which is all all around. Good guy. Okay. I didn't know. You're scared me. But in our minds. Absolutely. So we do as I said before if you're just tuning in. We do enjoy if I could get the advisors to come on the show, usually they're a little bit shy. Chris is one that that actually I I said that you know, you can't be a little shy coming on the show. But once you get on you just rock and roll. And this is where we are as long as that done involves singing. We're good shape. Well, what are we gonna do? Now, you're supposed to sing a couple of verses of of Stephen foster tunes that we brought in Stephen foster. Oh, please get outta here. Alright. Anyway, for that Johnny dean and professor Plum along here with Chris, Lloyd. And let's see, oh, I thought maybe we're I get signals from the from the control room. You're here. Because I I've asked you here because we'd like to get the flavor of what's going on in some of the local offices. What happens, you know, some of the some of the clients in Seattle have different needs and concerns then some of the ones in Florida or your area Phoenix, and that might seem strange, but actually it's not because when you are in an area like Phoenix, which tends to attract some of the older more. You know, some of the retirees looking for the warm weather. They have different needs than somebody who might live in the San Francisco Bay area, who's more tech savvy, maybe younger, some people up in the north west who are more. You know, the the engineer types that kind of thing so. The we and we've talked about this issue here before professor Plum, I think even earlier this week has to do with bonds. We've seen interest rates come up. It seems strange but only two years ago, Chris the ten year was at one point three six the overnight rate. I think we're at the time would have been a quarter point point two five. We've seen them come up. People have questions I've got bonds interest rates come up if I have to get rid of this bond. It's worth less than what I paid for it..
"chris walk" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"About from listening to like Dennis Prager, and that's about the only place you hear about it. Covered. Well, are you know? I, I bring this fact up a lot, which is. The worst cop shooting of all time is being covered by my. Partner Mark arrogance because as representing the survey, the wife who's Ryan, because if the guy who's execute in hallway in Arizona, and it's never made the news because it's a white guy got shot and it just doesn't fit the narrative. And so the narrative isn't cop. Shootings narrative is black. People being shot by white cops, or there's nothing there's no other way to explain it because there's body Cam footage of the worst execution ever perpetrated by Cup, a cop on a citizen. And I say that with all confidence and after seeing being familiar with every other event, you cannot be this is a ten in the cop executing department. So you can't do better. The guy's name shaver, Daniel shaver, they executed guy was laying on the ground with an assault rifle, so you can only tie it but the but the news are not interested whatsoever. So no one's heard of the case and the. Guys. Now thing is the same. I put it under the same unbrella. It's just not. They don't wanna get into the abortion stuff that want to get into the optics of it. They don't like the politics of it. So they just moved right on and it's not political. It's a true story. This guy's in jail for ever and then he's in jail, two more times forever. So he ain't getting out, although he thinks he is oddly enough, he's a real associated path as an absolutely he's a guy who has. I think six kids of his own and would would play the piano and he would touch you on the arm and try and charm. You and he would be, you know, the nicest person after just snipping spinal cord of a child four seconds beforehand, and you have to be like charming to get through life as a insane as crazy killer like that. Like the other half has to be charming to put yourself on. He was doing like, you know, medical, good medical work. I guess. I don't know. He never. So he was in Philadelphia. He was working at a little clinic. It was surfer underprivileged folks and he was performing abortions. But he was performing abortions after after fetus after kids were born in. I mean, he was killing them after they're not only that, but in the state of the state of. Pennsylvania was twenty four weeks, which is six, six months, twenty six weeks. It's about a ninety percent chance viability for that child. So he was performing late term constantly, and instead of going doing what they call a Dini, which is a medical procedure, and it's a painstaking procedure and cetera, et cetera. He was inducing labor. So these women were having the babies. Basically in the toilet and as they were struggling for life, he would sniff their spinal cords with surgical scissors. And that's what he called snipping, and it was. So it was just a procedure like any other. Oh yeah, we've got some snipping to do here and there, and they're taking the the life of a viable child viable from that moment on. Absolutely. And he did it. He for seventeen years. The clinic wasn't even inspected for political reasons. Tom Ridge was governor the time and said, you're not going to inspect that because we're not going to be challenging, you know, women's reproductive rights if you will abortion, and so they didn't inspect it and he was, he got away with this for so long. It's frightening. So the numbers they're, they're saying he may have done three or four late term like this a day. Well, not only was he not investigated for political reasons, but the media larger is not interested for political reasons as well. So it's very interesting thing. It's it's a little less of what you do a little more of who's interested. In what you did, and it's not a story that you guys were familiar with. I'm sure just because it was it was a major crime, but just never. No one wanted to c. n. n. wouldn't talk about. I was thinking when Chris walk, Dan is like, let's talk about Kermit bulb like, oh, the doctor, evil doctor, but I didn't. I couldn't tell you who was out of doctors license without, you know he was and without sterilized equipment and their, you know, bodies all over the place and bags, and there was cats..
"chris walk" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"That's the other thing that you want in this movie too is like, hey, Matthew Broderick, here's a picture of Jerry and his family. You know what Jerry's deal was? Jerry said no to us, and we fuck and buried them under the lake or something. You know what I mean? There's something funny to be had there though. There's a salesman. There tells you what you can get eight years. Oh, yeah. You want the light of. Salesman doing this, but there towards the end of the movie Christopher Walken does have a presentation like a film that he shows. He mentioned that stepford is like the start, and then he's gonna take it national and then I guess make money off these prototypes. Yeah, it's even though he's not actually even his first big push and doing very well. I give him that, but trust me, I know it sounds like you would lose any and all the wreck Sion's of sexual interaction with a thing that turned into a lawnmower, but trust me, my friend you will want that. No, no, no. It's not just an inexpensive flesh light. It's much more much more complicated machine. Oh, so is she kidnapped? I thought she just wandered into the mall. Yes, she probably that's probably because then like she walks in and she sees she does that where. Where am I children? Who were your children? They left the movie man. No, because she has the thing earlier in the film Hearn Bette midler when they're upstairs in the clubhouse, they see all the paintings of all the husband, like with the wives and the kids, and blah, blah, blah. She walks in and she discovers a painting of Matthew Broderick, the kids and her with the long blonde flowing hair from the cover of the movie. Right? Which she has for like four minutes film. Yes. So she goes and this is the big, reveal. The dudes all come out, like a fucking call and Chris walk plays video the fucking nineteen sixties kitch- you can fuck it, keep it. Yeah, it's so stupid. He also kind of has like that hit John because he's supposed to like, what does he do? He's give it a thumbs up to himself in the. He has up to the other guy in the video, and the idea is like, oh, yeah, we put your wife in this in this area, and then she comes at a different person. We don't say robe up. We don't not say robot. We do show like microchip gypsy show brains. Yes, rains with cartoon. Microchips being attached to it and even says it. He's put the microchips on. That's it. Also weird thing in the video where it's like you put your wife into this like sensory deprivation, tank female things, female improvement system? Yeah. He has a whole. Yeah, you maniac. You made a whole marketing thing front of this. He's got this promo video and the guy is leaving his fucking wife for mo- out in the living room. That's a good point. This was going to be like the dog rel. Kickstarter didn't really take off yet, but this would have been the start. But the weird thing is also. We say it's chips in the brain, but then there's this robo Nicole Kidman that has shown I listen. Creepy is all hell again. So what he spent a lot of money on this thing. Ninety million dollars of this movie. It looks pretty good. It's actually scary part of the the movie because like the is open and there's just holes there, yes and critical. But like what is that? Is that what she's supposed to become? She's not supposed to become the only good thing in this movie's them doing something from the original movie? Yes, Islas thing is from the original because if there was on like the posters, what we didn't see. Of course, this very important is that Matthew project went down there with the whole thing, a wig addresses and stuff for her to change very quickly. She's down there into this exact replica. That's. It's a slap form thing where they kiss each other, she kisses them goodbye. I will do this for you to keep the marriage together or something right, and they go down..
"chris walk" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"What you expect from rich privileged, fucking white people who went to private schools. That's how they are. That's basically who they are. It's amazing. I know. All right. So the Clinton White water. What is that. Inelegant I'm not. I'm not a political columnist. You don't know that we'll move on. I got other. I can't sit there and did Robert Wagner kill Natalie wood. I think he had a hand in it, but I think they were all fucking loaded at a hand in its say, on a boat. I mean his hands on her. No, the point is they're all loaded. They got thrown on three balls on Catalina, which is probably everyone during the time that it's Natalie wood is Robert Wagner. Like when people gave a shit about him fucking Christopher, walk in bigger. Hunter, Christopher walk. I always heard I on chat. No. Yeah. I know I always heard that Natalie walked in and Robert wagons fucking around Chris walk. Okay. I don't wanna believe a captain. Nobody was there to see captain David things. Murder. These things have a way of coming out, but even still not really crazy actress. I love her, but she's not home rated absolute one of the worst of all time. Did you say trail in side story did that, but that cell you AJ bans got a book fame in. That's fucking all this is the book. This is still have a book called us. This is the one that's closer here. The next on Sweden, relax. I've done this before, but I don't worry about AJ's book. Old fame ended a bitch, confessions of reform gossip columnist. But what I'm excited about fucking two seconds, seventy four and sunny Bego which you look at Amazon, it's five star reviews. It's there's no, there's no review that's less than five stars from this is it's I wish I'd read it for you. God. It's good to me. You like the subject matter? Well, tell us what it's about the subject. Is my father top Sicilian guy summer of nineteen seventy four. His brother was an accomplished doctor. Jersey already had a gay son. Now he's got a second boy named Burt. Larry, who is your brother? Your cousin was? Yeah. But the second son now is ten and he's showing the same signs. That's the way they put it back then and his his father said to my father, I think gino's brain damaged. Can you take him to your house in Long Island? Can you spend a summer with you and the family? Because my family was insane fucking playboy magazines everywhere my father would. Shape from on. So we took him in for summer and he the story is we. We couldn't change him naturally because the kids gay, he changed us brain damaged. When he came in, did you guys go? He's getting. We didn't know that it was gay. We know he was very effeminate different. I mean, but you knew he wasn't, you know, you knew what was fucking ball. Andro spiral clues there. You guys think we're bringing walls on this. Yeah, I know. know my cousin Jean, how is still closer you imagine very happily married game in now, but the Philly now he's in New York City. Not that she. No, it's not guys couldn't. Conviction. The point is he gave it an effort. Oh, he became the people understood and accepted a, we told his father, Larry, you gotta accept his boy is beautiful. Boy, there's nothing wrong with him. It took. It took my uncle to understand that it's not the worst thing in the world to have two sons who gay, but but as a man in the seventies, I could imagine that would really throw a man into. Into a connection. Like nowadays, you can't. You can't tell to bothers me 'cause you look down upon. But back in the seventies, if you're a real tough runabout man in both, you son's a gay. This is cultural to these are tough suing Zion, tough World War Two guys. You know..
"chris walk" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And two so we're like was right yeah, and we're, sixteen years behind the curve so again I think it's a city has done some good things. About water in terms of, increasing supply but you know we have to be careful one of the one of the other groups in the mayor's transition teams suggested that? We sell water rights in order to raise money I. Think that wasn't a good idea right. There there are there are different factors in congress they just passed a Bill to allow infrastructure national. Infrastructure water infrastructure, run by the Beal MD sold a private, industry and that that is really scary when we're talking about, major Dams in Mesa reservoirs and things like. That going in private hands I want to sell the entire. MD private, industry that could happen that long along with national. Parks all right Rick Water is that. A major issue is that he determine issue that we cannot develop in the future is going to. Be right now something that. I've told that, there's plenty of water don't, bring it up because they're just gonna dicit. It's almost the same. Thing they talking traffic there's there's, too much traffic but that's the way the. Roads are, built so, they have to we have to take, it as but water is to me is very important you know growing up I seen the growth of Santa. Fe but what are we going to have to have a. Conversation with that eventually and make sure we we are everybody understands how much water some street forget about a minute here's some streets in some neighborhoods that, will always, be off limits like awkward like because it's so narrow and because the homes along there are so. Old you, know You know it'll never be developed it'll never be, widening aspirin The way you know kind of organically it makes me also our fears is thirty, five? Miles per hour all the way. To Chris walk, alone right and that's. A very narrow street but Alameda is the same way but no I just think that we have to start looking at traffic I mean. We're putting a lot more than, five ninety nine and five ninety nine is really turning into a to a drag Dragway and it's coming into, a very dangerous. Intersection at two eighty five and if we keep that up we're going to have a really big problem, with? Two eighty five firemen and airport. Wrote We need a lot more grade. Separated intersections, and that was supposed to be a whip route right Yep that was the Pete Domenici memorial high the national nuclear waste Veterans Memorial highway there assigned for now you know now it's the. Solution out sprawl put it on, five ninety nine and then we don't have to worry about everybody else but that's that's There's plenty of places for, appropriate in films All right Any the, next meeting how how do people get in touch with join the? Neighborhood network That's a, good question we're kind of in. The middle of a reboot of our website a. Website but we have a, Facebook page so that's probably the best way Facebook dot com slash Santa.
"chris walk" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kuyper good long extended rap with type today about the giants about stephen dogar and gregor block o about derek holland about twenty eighteen squad the play ball luncheon yesterday about dusty baker who's going to join us at nine o'clock back in the family and then about the nfl west which last year had three playoff teams man it ain't it ain't no joke the padres are getting better they're young fussy spangenberg tripling off the giants again i haven't thought about him so long mike on my i might go more than wag on the motorcycle up the coast and again if the padres come in and just smack the giants don't you mean you might go chris walking on the boat reprising earlier rift to kind of blew my doors off but go ahead mark soon eight year old kid you know grub mahan or choose throws spluttering let's go eat some chicken either but it's fun so i wanted though but lunch was served i said i saw flannery like eight tables over i had to go get you know he's family is for yeah he's absolutely family and he said that he had been driving up that morning listening to our cash riff and getting some cash versus plastic which was in yesterday so in my head i i went way out of my way with my kids monin in the car where are we going to say i gotta get some cash get some going now kind of find a parking spot you know what i mean where's your bank duty you'd like well i don't care say you don't even say i don't wanna get i don't really get rolled at the next roles.
"chris walk" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"We everything can rally working people and young people to develop policies that protect workers and the middle class notches corporations and billionaire saudi oh courtesy of cnn republican charlie data frequent critic of president trump says republicans that need to prepare for the worst in 2018 for president trump's director of legislative affair says the president already looking beyond tax reform is the administration heads into the new year mark short told fox news this fox news is chris walk wallis that president trump believes he'll be able to reach across the aisle on infrastructure while both parties wanted trillion dollar program over the next decade there's a big difference the white house trump's about two hundred million in federal money with the rest coming from state and local governments and private investment democrats want the whole one hundred trillion in federal funds would say that you've already given up money away to corporations for your tax bills so given those huge differences where's the basis for compromise there's no doubt christians of pathway forward in this both democrats and republicans say their infrastructure is crumbling we need to fix it but the big question remains will democrats put politics aside action work with us they need to meet us halfway so far when you talk about jobs confirmations in our in our point to serve and administration in all since george h w bush there were thirty two filibusters on nominees we've had sixty four in her first year twice as many of twenty years combined with at twice as may in one year democrats have looked obstruct this administration that every chance they can get the question for them as well they actually partner with us to try to do things for the american people right on infrastructure they want all federal money you wanna like two hundred billion with the rest coming from state local and private they say the low the private would be a corporate give away so where's the deal i think that i could get in front of the present his plan these enron january chris but i'm very confident we've had conversations with democrats i think there's a willingness on the policy to get there the question remains what politics prevented short says the president also expects a compromise with democrats when it comes to immigration reform daca recipients and a.
"chris walk" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You ready for this special council needs to be appointed to investigate bob moeller which is you know 'cause they just read it you it was the exact opposite of what i actually said and christon walker the lead and if you just played it to christian walker and that entire discussion that took place was they had this breaking news story which was not ever true and she said you can't make this stuff up and then nbc did they made it up now chris walk or try to walk it back but uh ari melber sure has not i talk to him a couple of times today not talked with them anymore that's why i'm talking to you because this shows you what's going on here if the narrative does it meet with the media wants they changed but they changed the story i don't if it's brian ross saying the president when he was or the bend the candidate uh donald trump but he happen to be the president elect if it's donald trump jr received a tip off from wikileaks ten days before we can leaks was public oh it was after the isn't that we like when you say in specific terms over and over again that it's not a bow robert muller and it's in writing how did they get passively get away with saying just the opposite of that would you gave them in righty our team just reviewed an msnbc broadcasts it was going on right now where they said well secular did say that a nothing to do with muller but in some theory that they have you could still be involving moeller because muller is technically part of the department of justice but i specifically so instead of me you sean you gotta fusion gps bob a bruce or his wife working for fusion gps by the way there port supposedly in russia as all this is going on you see and that's what you can't make up.
"chris walk" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Yeah did she is just evolved to who she looks like a haunted fucking pumpkin uh but yeah it's bigs and so that's what we like why isn't story because everything's agenda and everything that's what it is like endless telling entertainment and no longer the news i mean i'm town trump's entertainment i mean the it's you can sell when you just float a rumor they were talking about chris rock who is trying to work out a bitch chris rock yes and he's trying to work out a bid at the comedy seller dude the comedy ciller's where at similar chris walk works out his ship before he takes it worlwide which means you're gonna say shed that might be controversial that might be you know inmates not fully developed so he's thinking on stage and chris the kind of comic rights on hbo wajda's and so he said some shit that was you know offensive to somebody because it had to do with sort of sexual assault but he's trying to figure it out is not fair though 'cause you're in exactly place not fair home and the woman who saw called the washington post world huddle watson the washington post runs the bullet points of what they heard okay or something like that so so it was like basically chris rock says controversial in today's napa my and uh this was all euboea i told me about this so also sudden so all of no no that's not the point that wasn't the point chris rock is fine right you have to realise that when the post does that and it says chris walk and then you have some thing you can just a tatty sexual resolve law you can chris rock you can have sex assault.
"chris walk" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"Tin hot you know it's like that kind of thing and when you watch the movie chris walk in the mike nichols movie he doesn't raises voice at all and he just ten hot in our does just that kind of like tone and um that's why chris's a genius 'cause he he just he take something in each says while i'm going to do the other thing i'm going to go the other way and that's theater carr's chris did all these great parts he didn't romeo anhamm lady did korea land as he did all these you know he did streetcar named desire and so so i always say you know when he gets to that monologue in pulp fiction he's already done all that theater so he's chewed on all that text you know yeah so that pulp fiction monologue is nothing because he's just doing he's done all these soliloquy you know what are you get in the theater that you just can never get on a film in terms of the script while italy you know you you in a in a film you act may be five minutes out of a twelve fourteen a day so with this with a five concentrated minutes if that you know and then uh anna in a play you act the entire story in want in two hours three hours you know and maybe three times that day during three two yeah it sounds like to me here you discuss stanislavsky and and meisner and speak out yeah yeah it sounds like there's a work ethic there and there's a disciplined and there's like a studious nature like is that you buy an were you studious go i was terrible and school i i really and i was really a dilettante with acting until i went to william esber what do you mean and i met terry terry nicobar to um and a woman named maggie flanagan who was very hopeful um well i went to uh i i did some acting with my mom and as a kid and i am i parents reactors for a while and i went to a performing arts icecool in san francisco but i really didn't take it seriously and i smoke pawn a chase girls and i.