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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:05 min | 9 months ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"W. Chuck Bryant there's Jerry over there in its two thousand seventeen your your benevolent dictator for real she's got those Catholics that she wears all and the sun glasses I was just coming out of this is a pretty good article here from howstuffworks now yeah I heard that before to read this one do you have that on there I always have it on there he didn't have it today it might be a Sheena Freeman joined I think it may be that sounds familiar yeah anyway it's a good one yeah here it is that was that was great word for word by intro Hey you just stole my mind reading classes and paying off Chuck yes we ever lived under a dictatorship not exactly known no I haven't either yeah and I think we should kind of cancer cells fairly lucky sure because it turns out that not only were we born in a country that most people would argue is not a dictatorship although you can find plenty of websites that argue that it yes it is has been for the last several years possibly even for the most part most people would say it's not a dictatorship so we're lucky to be born in a country that isn't a dictatorship but not only that we're lucky to be born in a time when dictatorships have become fairly hard to find comparatively speaking because dictatorships were basically the way that people were ruled for thousands of years yeah up until very recent times around the time of the enlightenment when the idea of individual liberties and the protection of those into individual liberties became kind of widespread yeah and now this article kind of starts off I thought it was it was interesting that you don't often well first of all the word dictator is just one like the one who dictates the thing it's kind of funny when you break down the actual definition yeah right now yeah that makes a lot of sense that it's the guy who paces back and forth in front of the desk with somebody's typing or anything take dictation yeah but they don't call themselves that very often although it has happened we get into the history it's it's we should point out that like Castro and Saddam Hussein you never hear them say I'm dictator as a bad rap you know on the dictator Fidel Castro yeah it's like propaganda got turned into PR yeah that will call themselves premier or president or chancellor or fewer boss of you Kim Kim Jong il holds three titles and he's looking for a fourth and fifth mmhm like as we speak well he's in the ground his son oh wait I got this to confuse right yeah well he held three titles yes he did I imagine Watson probably holds for them he probably found that fourth it's made one up did you know that there's like a I I you know the Kim Jong moon is the supreme leader of North Korea but he actually technically shares power with two other officials as well they have basically transferred going there it was news to me yeah those guys are called keep quiet one and keep quiet to I was just looking up some of his greatest hits recently yeah and Kim Jong moon alone has already started to amass several one was a north Korean leader a pretty high ranking official was executed with an anti aircraft machine gun for slouching or falling asleep at a at a meeting holy cow right but you're certainly imagine what that would do a body yeah thank god for you should you should take that kind of stuff with a grain of salt especially when it's coming out of North Korea because we have really virtually no idea what's going on here today over their big events like that even if it is true that that guy was executed with an anti aircraft gun whether or not it was for falling asleep during an end right at a meeting or something like that remains to be seen yeah you're saying take any information with a grain of salt yes yes good advice thanks but as Shayna I believe Shayna points out that the dictators do have some things in common one of the big ones is is almost a hundred percent of the time a dictator doesn't come to power through it an election they're usually not freely elected to that position no but they have been they have it yeah pretty prominently like Hitler you know he doesn't like the one he named chancellor yes by the elected president though right but he still wasn't elected no I guess that's true okay fine let's get into history then all right please see Dick dictators got a bad because it's gotten a bad rap over the years right as far as calling yourself that I think so but it it officially originally and I couldn't I saw a couple references to Greece but it seems to be Rome classic room classic room it chips coming into the party and everybody's like that's a classic room I tried to walk to that screen door open so classical Rome how about that it seems to be an invention of classical Rome right I'm there is a station called dictator there's an office basically in in ancient Rome did the leadership was held by two men called councils yeah and they were equally powerful from what I understand consuls council consul okay sure I'm M. when something went down and stuff hit the fan the Romans had a tradition of appointing one of the council's dictator yes which is basically an emergency investment of unparalleled power into this one person in the whole thinking behind it was it when you were faced with an emergency when the state was faced with an emergency you need somebody who can basically get stuff done yeah like a single voice yeah it didn't have to go to the Senate to ask anything didn't have to go worry about making the wrong moves the dictator couldn't be held the criminally liable for their decisions yeah I didn't have to worry about not being invited to the other consoles Christmas party the next year right the other council wanted to be invited to the dictators Christmas party yeah it's so you there was an investment of these emergency powers is one person in usually I saw one year this article says it lasted for six months and then the dictator be like well that was a wild ride I'm going back to my normal life the rebellion has been quelled or the seeds is over or something like that yeah and interestingly there are a few rules they couldn't be held legally responsible for their actions right big one it says couldn't be in office longer than six months although I think it's I think they were there to handle the situation is kind of a long as it took yeah for the most part but there were also guys who like woo I like the feel of this yeah I'm not giving this up and they'll say well you have to we say in the navy said while I'm the dictator they said we hadn't thought this all the way through now Mr they could change Roman law in the constitution they couldn't use public money in less other than what the Senate said you could use it for so they supposedly still and these are the official rules you know as we see her coming up here people bet these roles and they couldn't leave Italy was the last one that's a good one and they would have like Colombo come in and deliver that last bit we look just only even Italy for a while okay that your Colombo impression he sounded just like just Guardado's so this kind of happened here in there until about two OO to BC and then about a hundred years after that the gentleman name Lucius Cornelius Sulla I love all these Roman dictator some might either seventies like blaxploitation movie stars or Roman gladiators sure so he was appointed dictator without a term limit and didn't have these restrictions and so this sort of changed the game from here on out yeah and he actually wanted Cesar de Cesar ran off and joined the army Julius Caesar I should say and no and just basically lay low until seller died and then Caesar came back him he was appointed counsel and then dictator himself he succeeded so right yes and Caesar is very well known to be a dictator but he actually if you look at the stuff he did he was a friend of the people he forgave the debts among the benevolent dictator pretty much yeah among the middle and lower classes he improved infrastructure he he basically went to bat for the lower classes which threaten the elite because he admitted to me immensely popular plus he was a dictator so he actually created it he seems to Q. two to become a dictator right to gain power yeah which we'll talk about a little more and then it okay was plotted against him and he was assassinated by the ruling elite of the Senate on my birthday yeah well long time before my birthday you know what I mean back in nineteen seventy one yeah we I mean we tossed out benevolent dictator couple times getting around but that's a real term that generally means a dictator who for the most part isn't just in it for themselves and they are trying to make things better for the people right but it depends on your perspective yeah exactly so like the ruling elite found him very threatening I think they would not have considered a benevolent at all right but like say the average plebeian would have been like I love Caesar yeah give me some more of the coins with his face on it yeah I mean followers of Castro still after his death say he was a benevolent dictator sure but again people say now it's perspective yes the subjective term basically a Napoleon actually he came to power again like many dictators in a state of emergency and he was actually a benevolent dictator in a sense because he did a lot of great things for awhile for the people right he was extremely popular yeah he was undefeated at the time that he rose to power he was appointed counsel and then he said you know what let's go look for that I'm going to call myself emperor they set up K. Napoleon what could possibly go wrong with that yeah well first he was named consul then he was like I think council for life has a better ring to it and then that wouldn't enough for it so he's likely to shorten like you said though he was super popular because he was he was undefeated as a military leader he balanced the budget he reformed government he wrote the civil law which a lot of it is still around today in France yes civil law right not too bad he had a lasting impact for sure he did it again and again in two column benevolent if you're a member of parliament who write their own out of one of the windows of the parliament right he took over you probably wouldn't be like yourself in a right he also control had an iron thumb on the press he controlled every facet of government he added spies working for him right so it's not like and he wasn't just a you know Bozo the clown now both both of the cloud of secrecy no if you put all that together they check you get the impression I'm Y. by historians consider Napoleon the first modern dictator yeah he checked basically every box there was he had it figured out your new boxes and check those right he said all the theaters to follow here's your boxes I just looked down in your notes and I want to show you something I think we should take a break but before then okay trucking I think you should see this yeah so in this article on dictators from howstuffworks there's a side bar is what they're called and web print parlance yes a little extra bit and it the title of the sub bars Darst dictator that's all we need to say and it talks about emperor Palpatine in his rise in Chuck had his ex doubt it and I independently minded as well so we will be talking about that today everybody now but let's do take that break and we'll discuss that private so you don't get to know about it we'll be right back.

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Superstitions from around the world

BrainStuff

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Superstitions from around the world

"Spirits living there similar expressions to knock on wood exists today in a Rebac Brazilian Finnish. German Czechoslovakian English Greek and Finnish. Other superstitions across cultures include crossing your fingers for good luck four leaf clovers as lucky charms and sneezes causing some change in luck. Be it good or bad as human beings in an often chaotic world, we all try to control our destinies one knock number or bless you at a time. Today's episode was written by Deborah Ronca and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other lucky topics. Visit our home planet past works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody. It's Chuck Bryant for movie crush, and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes stranger things specials part one and two with joke. Erie, David harbour and Brett Gilman. We talk a lot about stranger things. And you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on one of the coolest shows on TV. Here's a little famil-. What about the duffers where those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind. I think I got one note the entire season. So and I was doing crazy stuff. Like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house, and Jonathan follows me out in his like, I want to come with you. And I just like I hit him like in the shoulder. Stay with your mom. So check it out stranger things fans on the apple podcast app.

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Are Any Superstitions Universal?

BrainStuff

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Are Any Superstitions Universal?

"My father is Keith hunter just Persson. He's known as the happy face serial killer. On one side of the coin is a loving family, man. And then on the other side of the coin he is everything that could hurt he goes from protected or predator. Happy face a new series from house to forks, new episodes out every Friday on apple podcasts or wherever you get podcast. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm Lauren Bogle bomb. And even if you don't believe in the power of superstition, you may sometimes find yourself knocking on wood crossing your fingers or wearing your lucky baseball cap during the World Series. Although we know scientifically that these things don't actually affect the outcome of anything we still find them comforting eight twenty fourteen study by behavioral scientists at the university of Chicago suggested that when people perform a physical action to avoid bad luck or harm. The ritual comes their mind superstitions span cultures countries and centuries. Every culture has its own unique set of superstitions. However, MS raises an interesting question are any superstitions common. Across cultures superstitions revolving around numbers are abundant worldwide. The specific numbers may vary. For example, the number thirteen is widely regarded to bring bad luck in western cultures. There's even a name for this fear. Triscuit deca phobia other cultures have superstitions about different. Numbers in China and Japan. It's the number four because the pronunciation is similar to words for death. The number nine in Japan is feared because its pronunciation sounds like a word for torture. Some Italians consider Friday the seventeenth to be bad luck because the Roman numeral for seventeen xfi I can be rearranged to V I X I A Vicky translated from Latin means my life is over in many parts of the world the appearance of a cat is considered bad luck. Although this isn't true across all cultures. Black cat still hold a place in global superstitions in ancient Egypt. Cats were worshiped as gods and kept in homes to bring prosperity in Italy. If your cat sneezes, good luck is on the way in some parts of Europe. Black cat crossing. Your path is good luck. However in the new world Puritans believed black cats were related to witches, and therefore were considered a bad omen the action of knocking on wood or touching wood for good luck. Goes back millennia and exists across the world. Some people. Is believed fairies or spirits lived inside trees, and they would knock on or touch the tree wants to request a wish and one more time to express thanks or they believed that the knocking would distract any evil spirits living there similar expressions to knock on wood exists today in a Rebac Brazilian Finnish. German Czechoslovakian English Greek and Finnish. Other superstitions across cultures include crossing your fingers for good luck four leaf clovers as lucky charms and sneezes causing some change in luck. Be it good or bad as human beings in an often chaotic world, we all try to control our destinies one knock number or bless you at a time. Today's episode was written by Deborah Ronca and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other lucky topics. Visit our home planet past works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody. It's Chuck Bryant for movie crush, and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes stranger things specials part one and two with joke. Erie, David harbour and Brett Gilman. We talk a lot about stranger things. And you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on one of the coolest shows on TV. Here's a little famil-. What about the duffers where those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind. I think I got one note the entire season. So and I was doing crazy stuff. Like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house, and Jonathan follows me out in his like, I want to come with you. And I just like I hit him like in the shoulder. Stay with your mom. So check it out stranger things fans on the apple podcast app.

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Do Boomers and Gen-Xers Really Work Harder Than Millennials?

BrainStuff

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Do Boomers and Gen-Xers Really Work Harder Than Millennials?

"It's baritone date, Thurston host of spit. I heart radio newest podcast, twenty three and me where we explore how understanding your DNA changes, how we think about ourselves and the world around us. We've got the why cleft John. We have so much more in common than you could even imagine you put two kids together. They're going to want to play. They're gonna wanna have a good time. They gonna wanna fall in. Love have opinions. This is every kid listen to the full episode of spit with twenty three and me in the iheartradio app four wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, learned vocal bomb here. Thanks to popular books like generation me and a rash of kids these days cover stories and major magazines. It's easy to believe that millennials usually defined as people born between nineteen Eighty-one in nineteen. Ninety nine are wildly different than their coworkers from generation x. born between nineteen sixty five and nineteen eighty and the baby boomer generation that's nineteen forty six to nine hundred sixty four employers have so much faith in the millennial mythology that they've changed the way they recruit hire, train and develop employees, teams of well, paid consultants have convinced CEOs that millennials represent an entirely new species of worker that's less focused, less loyal and far less willing to work hard than preceding generations. But is it really true. When researchers have gone digging for hard data backup, the negative stereotypes of millennial workers, they've repeatedly come up empty. The real explanation for the perceived differences between the work ethic and commitment of millennials versus Xers versus boomers has much less to do with the year that they were born versus the age on their driver's license. If you're thinking, isn't that the same thing? Well, not exactly. We spoke with David Costanza associate professor of psychology and organizational sciences at George Washington University, who co authored an influential study on generational differences? In two thousand fifteen. He explains that generational assignments. Like boomer or millennial are somewhat arbitrary, but age is a strong predictor of work experience and more experienced tenured workers tend to have a stronger work ethic and more corporate loyalty than younger workers. In other words, being a boomer is a weaker predictor of work ethic than simply being sixty five Costanza said, if you look back twenty forty or sixty years, the. Same pattern of differences shows up again. And again, the youngest generation is always the least dedicated the least satisfied and the most mobile twenty years ago that was generation x forty years ago. It was the boomers. Now, it's the millennials. For example, an article published in the American sociological review in nineteen sixty one bemoaned the decaying system of values apparent in people's work ethic. The argument went that the so called Protestant work ethic. The belief in the importance of hard work and a disapproval of too much leisure. Time and activities was responsible for the economic success of Europe and the United States. But apparently there was widespread consensus that the younger generation of midwestern farmers were straying from the rugged self reliance of their fathers and quote, finding meaning in strength through constant associations with others rather than themselves. They were also quote, shameless consumers. Just imagine if those farmers that had Facebook and Amazon prime, a new study from Wayne State university backs up Costanza 's conclusion. That age is a much better predictor of work attitudes than being a millennial or boomer. The researchers performed an in-depth meta analysis of Seventy-seven work ethic studies published between nineteen sixty and twenty fifteen, and they found absolutely no empirical difference between the responses of say eighteen to twenty two year old college students in nineteen sixty eight versus two thousand eight regarding the Protestant work ethic. The real change happens as these young punks get older and more experienced. The authors suggest that when the current group of millennials aged forty years, they'll think the new kids are lazy to the most important takeaway from this research is at the popular public perception of lazy millennials is not only inaccurate. It's also bad for business. Costanza said it leads to these sweeping generalizations that can prompt organizations to make these really poor decisions and to invest in training development or compensation systems that don't do any good. If managers are telling the CEO that younger employees don't seem to be engaged in committed to their work. That's definitely a problem, but it's not a millennial problem. Costanza equates the millennial myth with these stereotypes that employers had about women workers, half a century ago that there was no point promoting a woman to a management position because she eventually get married, have kids and leave or the painful racial and ethnic stereotypes. Historically faced by minority workers. Costanza said if workers aren't committed or they're not satisfied, or they're not sticking around find out why that is an address. It don't rely on these myths and stereotypes. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other productive topics, visit our home planet tau stuff, works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody, it's Chuck Bryant for movie crush and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes, stranger things, specials, part one and two with Joe Carey, David harbour and Brett Gelman we talk a lot about stranger things and you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on. One of the coolest shows on TV here's a little sample. What about the duffers? Were those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind? I think I got one note the entire season, so and I was doing crazy stuff like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house and Jonathan follows me out in his like own come with you, and I just like I just hit him like in the shoulder McStay with your mom. So check it out. Stranger things

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Be crush live at the punchline yes and then um i am moderating a pet baskets panel great with zach yet a gal access in louis anderson i just had martha kellyanne and the martha kelly's home and then the creator of the show yeah janet texted me they she's like hey would you binged knew this was a are you kidding me i am of course i will half and then stuff you should know live is at night at the castro on that sunday uh oh well and you're invited that so cool fianna com if ah i know my thing a saturday with bill maher i have something on sunday um stinker things such a fun weekend yeah so he's everyone's always doing so much stuff yes kinda neat i know and then we go back again oh you're going back at second weekend i'm in a moderate the better things panel oh awesome and huddle of that show i haven't seen the new season yet i might be in it really amok matthew need any more reasons to watch the second season of a phenomenally great show yeah and she directed every episode sect now that's great she said she's awesome yes all right i think that's all the business thank you sir so folks check out a movie crushed the new podcast and you don't need new helpless duffy should know mr one point three million i'm unbelievably excited about the number two i could i remember when we first set a million downloads or or views right uh for a month you get the for episode year that's phenomenal i'm very grateful that my life went in this direction yeah every day we echoed going think this while this happen again yeah why did observe this yep.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Um so he was fat fantasy being in movies uh getting armageddon was just this great moment in time yep sure and then he gets cast in this remarkable role yeah in the green mile and while he was working on the movie people were saying you're going to get nominated for an academy award uh when he did though he did and then he came to work with us uh so and um his thought pat process might have changed right from humbled to something else uh i have a confession at in the green miles very good because now because it just was very good but i mean i don't know it just didn't think it was very good about sam elliott not seminal it sam rockwell well he's always great right in tom hanks is always great it just i don't know it felt out i think i remember feeling like it tried a little too hard trail too hard and didn't like in the end hills than an edge and ever wanted to see it again right and i watch movies over and over right that i like do you like it i remember enjoying it absolutely yeah uh but i have a heart you know to share i know my stories may not sound like i do but i do i can't believe runa endmonth michael clark duncan muir it's great when i have completely dominated this is horrible noses fun fun for you dear looking up for you it was super fun for me okay but i i you know of the eleven hundred followers we have now.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Um so to get hit three hundred dollars yeah it's exhausting lopez see bruce willis on the set of few a whole nineyard here get excited about his and his with robbie three thousands adorable language three hundred so i knock at the door man of the radio he said richard pollock apparently faced on the symphonia and i came out a trailer and uh there's a van that's going to take me to set a short drive maybe three minutes and he says here's your per diem you've assigned for this and so he has made it pretty in milan bolovia and a place to sign i've been that pa a shirt very nervous oh you have area so from behind me i hear the voice of michael clark duncan dna was mobbed purdue he's got a very low void yehya whereas mop do you at cerrone hey mike us realizing they must have called him to set at the same and that's a legitimate question so i the pa yet where's his pretty him oh bull lee just see the swift the guy should himself uh he has sweat for kenney says religious gave me this one also for mr paul and mike says well how do we know that's not my per demon they put it in the wrong envelope and i think uh aan oh this is a scene we're on our way to create it is this vantic enough to crazy down yet and then i look back because i assumed actually he was kidding a half his of his kidding it's hilarious rear right sure i look back he looked very upset of or certainly serious and i'm waiting for him to drop the other shoe ams fuck with him it doesn't come in the in the pa could still going on and on around about excuses india where the pretty and might whom man i feel so bad for that guy yeah of course so i say although figure it out let's get van gogh to set you find gona set you got your pretty him add they'll find european markets slump gift we get the van we go set and uh we as an actor when you get to set you you go they either take you right to where you're going to shoot the seeing or you they say we're not quite ready for you.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Um the the books technically still available okay killing me all right i'll die i feel like i have dominated this interview like i've spoken for seventy eight percent of it and it's the women frog i loathe with when i listen sometimes to other people's podcast uh because i've seen who the guest is right in the description of the episode and i get excited who he talk to chuck charles bryant right this is awesome yeah i listen to stuff you should know there and i'm sorry i just started listening to movie crux is going to be great the hype tune in and all i here's give polictal story hour hanging that's good for you your enjoying it charles i am enjoying a chuck brian but your listeners are going to enjoy it and so we're on this nights shoots snubbed the whole nine yards right and um there's something called purdue him on about per diem and you get money in an envelope that like an allowance ya a separate from your paycheck is the weird the weirdest thing it well the weirdest thing is saying huge movie star right kip where hitting paid the tacit lanes a dollar gets super excited over three hundred dollars in idaho could the at azusa and those people and most levels you don't ever see your money right it's a paycheck bananas from a studio to a business manager right right other gets invested or used to pay bills hunted never crosses your hand yeah.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"What we kept walking so did the person the use the charleston even said i love that movie you did that yeah or you're shooting a sequel of some kind right but we're done talking you and i get to go to lunch now that's great so any any time with damien were somewhere in someone says are you working on a movie and down i say the gun gunfire and what reaction to get same i love them away yeah how about that when you were a a stopped by fans because it is an audio paul gascoigne taken years where people actually recognised you yeah but after a certain time you reach critical mass no now people know you look like yeah look at recognize yes and you'll be stopped at a grocery store because they recognize your voice i have had that happened little bit yeah i get recognize about about once every couple of months not a competition it's the perfect amount of like yes hey that's kinda neat yeah you know and doubt when that first starts happening or the other question would as i'm looking for those moments of oh we're on kansas anymore yay 0 for sure right um but i was also surprised about how quickly i got used to it as the new normal um if that makes sense it does and and it wasn't in a way of like yeah deserve this right expected this it was just like because of this human nature yeah and the stuff snow listeners excuse me are all uh it it's a community of like family it feels like an so it never feels like.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"The i eventually that didn't happen i thought you know what i should do the should write a comedy based on that island until then i had the idea that this rich couple um modern times couple has too much money throws a big anniversary party for themselves or birthday party for one of them invites all their friends and says we have to being costume because uh on this island the only other thing on this island down there besides these uh get you people is the rj reynolds mansion so there's this late period mansion on this island you wouldn't believe this place man like you should write a movie and said there if you can actually get a movie made i can also produce you're moving well thought a get all the funny people i know uh to come down there and like seven couples that have to be in this weird period costume over the weekend and it becomes for like the anniversary party like too much drinking in drugs in truth are revealed in lies are told and affairs happen sort of happens over the long weekend of debauchery uh said it modern day right at a lighthouse yeah on this on this remote island in or you're going to go to the mansion no it would be set in the mansion oakland and and do they have a do you could do both moved in 1800 uh period two lane bowling alley in the basement of this mansion who doesn't he had like it's all there in locked in time and ready for someone did and who lives in it now is it a nobody you can pay to go to lay there oh and there are no roads in and out you have to take a ferry to this island and you can written the mansion for the weekend i didn't think there was a road to the island now he wanted iran ah and other road.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Made over six hundred million worldwide crazy many many years ago yeah yeah crazy logic issues for me in that movie in particular yes so again spoiler alert if you had seen the film and you don't wanna know were about to talk about because i'm gonna give the the main point view so we find out on the end his debt yes okay and he was dead the whole time be a bruce will he being bruce wharton so we find out that's the reason that the kid who can see dead people can see him he however does not know he's dead right and that is the cheat all the way through the film right loose will as character does not know he's dead yeah is so that in the end when he finds out he's dead the audience goes what he's been dead the whole time yeah okay if he's been dead the whole time member the scene were a little boy comes home stepped into his the foyer of his home and his mother is sitting in one charon the bruce willis characters sitting in the other chairman and they had play this game if you enter the crushing correctly you can step forward or step back yeah right yeah ya uh spell out but how hotter bruce willis is character get in the house and if he's dead as a no he's a day so if he doesn't always dead he knocks the door or he rings the doorbell and then someone has to letterman fino's he's dead he can just foot to the front door three a to no problem if you'll ever trick yet owes us it's the is the ultimate burglar but he doesn't know debt uh but he's sitting on that couch as a person in chronological order going through this story of the fact that again so so is the ideal with refrigerator logic that as a writer director whatever you just say it's super pull it i don't care a super bowl and i don't give a shout k that later people nick will sit on a podcast go what the fuck ito right right right and i think six cents in particular is one that i remember correctly it's been a while but the the second viewing is not nearly as good because all of the holes or exposed right but you can also go back and look at it and think.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Whether fucked and she just get back in the car and drive to so that's when it dawns on you yeah so he gave it a name refrigerator logic because no one realizes that until they've paid the money that's great and we've reap the benefits of getting them into the theater yeah that's this is the one that drives um i there was so namedrop he no uh yes it is it's obnoxious lee namedrop and that's that's a very genuine qualifier although had happened uh so i will sheriff clarke tom cruise's i want to save 40th birthday party now not you know will be with them not too long after we'd done a few good media well must be who way too must be quite a ways because the cuban men is twenty five years old this month wow yeah so tom hm he couldn't well we clearly we stayed in touch again because of i'm in his 40th yeah it is and he's now probably early 50s save fifty one fifty two so you do the math i don't care so at the four british party rob reiner is the one whose explaining this refrigerator logic to me uh and this first time you've heard about the answers i'm hearing about and another director there who had worked with tom cruise on rainman is barry levinson and barry levinson's starts telling his and there he and watching him and rob reiner yell at each other as awardwinning directors about the worst refrigerator logic barry levinson's was unique in his baltimore x in other movie ah signs a lameh's right so you'll had seen where were the hitler lechter hannibal lecter is put into a cage on the fifth floor something of this building a and it's this giant cage it's how he escapes yeah he gets out of that.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"He she says the name of the town and he says oh that's just and then he numbers the number of miles up the road it could be as little as 17 but might also be thirty two right it's still a number uh that tells you give back in a car and finish driving right like you're close enough and you don't need to stay here has no they'll hold front of the movie is about getting to your boyfriend with this where money that you're so nervous about the it's twenty minutes away may be able this up so so why even have him ask via where he headed and him and her say because it wasn't a yeah there's no reason to rule you to the audit tonight or they go that far curley yeah yeah he was talking with us that was refrigerant logic that so it's called that because you go see psycho you go home your kind of freaked out you're talking to your loved one he finally realise we gotta go to sleep somehow you go to bed and you wake up to three in the morning and again this is a 30's and the tradition what you go into the kitchen make some warm milk right to help you sleep yet and i was there was no nyquil right right there was no syrup yet were milk like to drink it was warm milk sure some people polish out a bourbon whatever got you through right so the idea was after this experienced movie you go home you asleep you wake up millenial you can't sleep you're gonna kitchen yosvany refrigerator and you look up news thank weighty sick.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Some of them but always in those days the director basically ah not all always or that often but some of that stature would work with the writer so much right even sort of recreating a lot of it so he controlled these aspects right it's called refrigerator logic because you'd go see psycho new familiar with the film jer look i'm going to say spoiler alert even though i'm not entirely kidding no mother he she gently in jamie lee curtis his mother and plays a character who works at a bank decides to embezzle money from the bank put it into an envelope and then just leave yeah at lunch get into her car and drive and she can a drive to her boyfriend's which is a quite a ways away yet several hours and actually driving at a town she's imagining the people back at the bank how finding out here you're acting and she's driving inches driving she's driving truth tired pulls over yet the whole beginning of the movie that no one even remembers almost right yeah a lot of driving eventually start raining hard rain and she pulls into the bates motown she parks the car she goes in register sign in because she's going to spend the night because it's raining too hard and there's a moment where she meets uh our guy yeah norman norman bates and he citing hereon and he making small talk and he says where you had it and i i'm sorry i don't remember the town it's like backed the back of veil of victor villa something like that it's up northern california.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"That after about five years years maybe because i launched another podcast to that i thought i could do to what an idiot which exactly it's called talkin on and it's like my dinner with andrei only andrei is means speaking only as christopher walken inexplicably by the way i would have someone come over the house and they release series who people talking them a new show of life uhhuh right and we would not reference christopher walken during our conversation nor would we reference me a or either of our work in showbiz it was just too i was talking about manusha one of which is one of which are inexplicably is christopher off all right yeah and so i did i sent the emails say hey we get a little love and we did in the end it kind of took off of that i just couldn't do the trick that it cannot get an early there may be twenty episodes they'll but it it did allow me to find a level of christopher walk in that i i i'm only interested in doing which is conversation christopher walk can i hear says most barilla you'll get you know i love this more than any most people do the sings song a christopher walk year you know it's become so pedestrian to do krousar walk and it has that in fact is is given me the course bragging lover here and that's the politically correct use of the word if you google the the phrase christopher walken impersonation over a hundred thousand search answers while will come up on any given day yeah i am number one really yep now that in seven dollars or get me a cup of coffee at starbucks it is a worthless title is kinda neat though it is kind of neat huh that's about eighty there are five pages on youtube dedicated to asians doing christopher walken really yes and they are fucking hilarious as you would imagine yeah but it's volume gooder sharp yet but it's become so pedestrian that.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Yet you get a sense from somebody and also you you should know people's work exactly this easy to find out yeah right so i like to have a great cashing director suggested much great people to me let me watch their work right m because i just you know also there's people who have figured out how to audition yeah and then they stink once are on the set right you got here i was that the first couple of movies so a it let's up if you don't mind let's talk about you um but jamie my better have who's usually or with us on these recording gear is the one determined onto stuff you should now cup lesser yet right god godless all the people out there who turn anyone onto it because it's it's kind of a gamechanger in terms of what podcast can be right so when you guys launched in the year of wells about nine years ago right so uh you did the okay depending on when people are hearing this is all relative foul that you're saying at a two thousand eight eight thousand eight yeah yeah springer thank you were so yeah yeah so you've done how many of us are thousand i heard the simpson zaire thousand old that's what jimmy was talking about on the tax so we had a drive down for an out of town wedding uh which all of you listening who are planning an outta town wedding and you'd like your friends to drive two hours to get their change your plans san diego.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"For number now eight years i think i told you that antman made me eggs uhhuh and i think i will never forget that and i might guess yesterday on the chat show was joke curie who plays steve harrington in stranger things kid with the hair yeah all i have to say really the kid with the how me his grey he's unbelievably cool and great and so unassuming and and and sweet in real life that's awesome becau area fan of the show huge and remittance yes i'm here and that character um and he may have talked about this but i know that it was one of those situations where the got him on set he was sorted this but then like discuss great and let's let his character growing evolve and have a bigger role yeah he he talked in the chacho episode about how it was only a number of episodes right the his thought to be of a commitment and it wasn't all season to that they made him a series regular that's great as an actor like it really especially that aging a score yeah i only a year out of college and scurry yet really us and he made a ban to right eight he's still is uh uh post animal right is the name of the ban and psychedelic rock and roll as he described i listen to it's pretty awesome but uh yeah he's really cool kid and i told him that like so many people in july august of two thousand sixteen when the first season of stranger things dropped at flick's with no fanfare yeah none zero um.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"But i had a lot of fun talking about the in laws and um i'm i'm glad i forced you to see it either again for the first time it was for the first hour great well and i and i just went back and was the midday except acuity episode right mickel edit tweaks and just died laughing all over again i can i could if if i lived in la and we hung out more i would just say please just be eleanor and all the time while you wouldn't be the first is the best yeah yeah i understand why would you and me yeah why would you be governed pollick yeah he um and that email exchange was great or idea we just he reached out to because he just watched casino again he hadn't seen in a long time and henn and clintono of any one of the cast were people i would actually talk that was like literally said would would zero human onset yahoos earth saw was there a soul that you could connect to him now it's already great um and so you're in los angeles to do more of your a movie podcast movie crush yes so we have a we have a little meeting up in san francisco with apple you know they put up podcasts so you go to them and say i have a new podcast yeah you could just email will have like a you know you sit down and little trace of eight hey we've got these six things coming out when he of bogs yeah and so then they said why don't we get an la 'cause we have their new west coast studio that were sitting in a half and i thought well i gotta get some movie crushes booked while i'm there right 'cause we talked about the hell of booking guess right and everyone's here saw a had to get people while i was here yeah and you do have an advantage with showbusiness having moved to atlanta yeah yeah a little bit here while you came through atlanta that was well yeah they also easy i couldn't believe it apparently we all have to add some time due time in atlanta now it that'll change at some point you know that goes well we all thought it was going to change already by now right it's been going on.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"But i figured out why i forget maybe this will help you in that moment taha where i say hi i'm kevin pollock and they say with their name is as they're saying their name instead of listening my brain is saying to the rest of me say something funny era i think minds not necessarily say something funny but i'm just thinking about engaging with the person in some way yeah and the name at probably never even heard it you know to start with was added i forget it that is even royster we didn't hear it yeah because our brain was too loud yet but you know they're all sorts of tricks giving instructions to do that yeah and do they work for you i don't use them the exact always forget because every time i meet someone new i just think oh what a cool person right let's let's hang out yeah i uh um also once they're in your phone or your and their phone right which is the only way you're going to keep track of each other anyways an uh gosh on the name of pop up on the idea now go right that person right early end you can also get um tons i may have been living my whole life on a man yeah they dude that hours let who says i hebei guy gifts get a say a bank guy so i appeared on your uh uh podcasts your new one and it'll drop eventually my episode yeah i do not been pushing none at all i'm gonna move it up uh oh because we're speaking well now i need some unease some heavy hitters anaethema yeah i've been listening edia you do need some heavy 100 i do so you're doing great now going to reshuffle it though because a do need some need some uh anita heavyweight the moment take was grade thanks sanda ronson yeah johnansen yeah that was great yeah they've all been fun yeah of course but you know what i'm trying to build a following here so right near the biggest you'd biggest star pat i just the one you're talking to now no you've seriously or he were a chart arab people who would argue that fact tilbury passed out.

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"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"chuck bryant" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"Um present company excluded of course and the best reviewed thing i've been you know i've been hearing a lot about something called rotten tomatoes apparently it's a thing and has been for many years but i stayed away from it because i hadn't done anything i felt one be would be regarded well so i just avoided it even a film i directed came out somebody said you know you're not doing will run through minnows i said yes i don't fucking care it sold a net flicks the the 'financiers matter profits and i got to direct movie i don't think i have to concern myself with what people and rotten tomatoes thing also have never been a big fan of giving in to good or bad reviews either way so i don't read either but when i heard we were mid nineties on the rotten tomatoes which apparently for television program is kind of a big deal the people love don't fare so well on the rotten tomatoes when it comes to tv anyways check that out the mothers mrs mazel not a great tunnel uh did my best to mover off of that but apparently atoll no longer matters when you get hooked on a show it only matters and people are telling you about it and you say what's called and then yeah thrapy yourself seven times any who that's all of god for your for now maiden bring any fan mail with me to read so sorry about that but please continue to write to us if you well kpc has fan mail gmailcom arctic but off no longer there's very special recording were coming from a secret place this recording his being done i'm not even sure where i am i fall i i a tight it into my car in my car drove me here that's all you need to know thank you alone musk uh for for for being our hours and not the nazis.

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