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"chuck jones" Discussed on Drawn To It
"As i might have indicated my favorite kind of writing of all is comic books. I love writing comic books. And i've been very fortunate to write a lot of disney comic books starring. The you know. The classic characters make transplant also waiting the cuss What i discovered was winnie. The pooh is i mean. Of course he's popular everywhere certainly popular here but he's super popular in the scandinavian countries. So they and books and comic books so I was very very lucky. To write about direct comic book stories for winnie the pooh because winnie the pooh. My favorite. i mean. I probably have many favorites like everybody. Does it changes from day to day. But i absolutely love a wonderful characters that are that are winnie the pooh and what disney disney sort of developed them for animation and so forth but in recent times. I've also done comic books for dc because bay while they i in recent times they did these mashups with their learning tunes characters and The dc characters answer answer. Some of your viewers will know about us. They did elmer fudd. And i think batman. And i gotta go look for that that two years in a row and they did his and wonder woman. Wow so i wrote one. I wrote a story for each of the cycles. And i did them both with The extraordinary artists john loder. And if people don't know john loder up loader inc on and he is a world famous disney artists. He's well known all over the world for being an expert in mickey mouse. And how do you draw him. And how do you convey his character. But he's also the same for leeson's so i was very lucky to work on art on my stories with john and we both decided that while we were going to do is we were gonna make our stories because they didn't want to do the classic approach because they did sort of the modern the modern approach It's difficult to explain until you see so when you say. Classic approach are you referring to like the jones designs. Oh sweet exactly. Yeah sweet aside. We were going to do our stories as if they were loony tunes from nineteen fifty directed by chuck jones. So the first one we did was someone say. Those are the only looney tunes while they are the best. Yeah i love for his freeling as well chuck. Of course just had a different. He was on a different plane. So being the expert in design and all that john is he could draw any character in that style. So we did. The first one we did was marvin. The martian meets martian manhunter so john andrew maher martian manhunter as if he had been designed by chuck jones and the second one we did was get ready for it. Porky pig meets lex luther the match that everyone had been waiting for and demanding for years for key meet lacks. Yeah so the same thing. He drew he drew with or as if he had been designed by chuck jones so like this massive upper body and these tiny little tiny little off..
Why Ohio Lawmakers Are Rethinking Recent Nuclear Power Plant Bailouts
"Lawmakers in ohio are looking at repealing. A nuclear power plant bailout. That was passed last year. Federal investigators are linking the passage of the bill to the biggest corruption case in the state's history. Here's ohio public. Radio's andy chow. Ohio sweeping energy law. That bailed out two of the state's nuclear power. Plants is now tied to a sixty one million dollar bribery scheme. It's an alleged web of conspiracy and tangling the speaker of the house a huge energy company and the state's top utilities regulator. Let's go back to two thousand seventeen. The us department of justice says that's when republican state representative. Larry householder hashed out of the utility company. Not directly named but believed to be first energy. That plan was a quid pro quo. Householder would get money to help him. Become speaker and i energy would get a bailout of its nuclear power plants from twenty seventeen to twenty. Eighteen householder was backed by millions of dollars and so called dark money us to elect his allies in house races around the state fast forward to january twenty nineteen. Those allies elect householder speaker. And he then rolls out a plan for a billion dollar. Nuclear power plant bailout. The money coming from ratepayers. Rachel bells a ratepayer advocate with ohio consumers. Power alliance says something smelled fishy. It seemed an awful lot. Like a real setup. It was never more apparent than eighty six and even heading into it that we were david and goliath that bill each b. six attracted national attention because it cut green energy standards at a time when many states were doing the opposite increasing their mandates for renewable energy five months later a mysterious campaign group called generation now spent millions on mailers and ads supporting the bill. Hosing reform killing jobs and swimming. Catherine tersser of common cause. Ohio says the group wouldn't disclose where the money was coming from. And that makes it hard on voters if they can't understand how our legislators are making decisions or who is attempting to influence elections or to influence the way we feel about public policy. Well then we're left in the. That mystery was solved in july when the scandal broke where today to announce the arrest of larry householder to speaker of the house. It turns out the fbi had been following the bailout bill saga from the beginning and says it has evidence to prove householder was taking bribes from first energy funneled through the group generation now in october. A lobbyist for first energy pleaded guilty to racketeering charges. And just hours later. I energy fired. It's ceo chuck jones and last month. Ohio's public utilities commission chair. Sam randazzo resigned after the fbi searched his home despite the scandal. Many ohio legislators. Still defend the nuclear bailout. Republican state representative dickstein says it saves jobs and cuts down on carbon stein argues that its benefits outweigh the scandal or those folks involved. They'll pay a price for any wrongdoing. That all the way comes through the court process. Ohio lawmakers are now considering repealing or freezing the bailout. If that's not done by the end of this month new charges will appear on ratepayers bills to start. Funding the bailout. Meanwhile larry householder maintains his innocence and while removed as house. He remains a state representative after winning reelection last month for npr news. I'm andy chow in columbus.
"chuck jones" Discussed on Table Reads
"Love. It and. Will Not see reason. They had the Internet had a fucking breakdown with the Bron James because he's got a different doesn't have the tune squad logo or something on the Jersey and everybody's I guess people are trying to defend the lore of space jam. Quick shitting on the legacy. Nick Space Jam. Shit A fucking commercial. Six flags. Yeah. Drink sprite. Giving the. It's a Nike Commercial. Space Okay. We got four anyone listening to me that loved space jam. I want you to know space jam fucking saw. Sand. Space Jam. I'm real real serious about my space jam hate in fact, trevor and I when we were teenagers got to talk to Chuck Jones on the telephone. That's red and we asked him what he thought of space jam and the first words out of his mouth odor was terrible and if Chuck Jones agrees with me, I don't care what y'all motherfuckers after. Sure, he could say that now the house that space jam paid for it. But I like to think shine. Equally, as incessant about space standards on the opposite end, he's got the he's got the opposite. Passion he's got a shirt de BROC. Tune squad. For one Chuck Jones was not involved in space jam at all. That was the thing that we really notice when you watched it because we hated it immediately upon watching it. It's not like we got old and we're like space jam sucks because we're fucking. Contrary and Shit. We always hated it because we love the looney tunes and that movies Ninety seven, Ninety, seven, saw eighty, six, ninety, six. Seven. So that was I was the demographic for that movie was like seventeen and I fucking hate it and and Look Chuck Jones spent sixty years making these characters. So if he agrees with me.
"chuck jones" Discussed on WJR 760
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"chuck jones" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"A collected works. His collected works. Bookstore dot com slash Katie pt. As in Keep the pages turning, Let's talk a little bit about doing business right now. In your corner of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Your little Micro Hood down there. Ah, how are you guys all keeping it together? What's the mood down there like It's you know, it's it is a glom. Er's it like, you know, we're gonna We're gonna make a lot eliminate It is so self reported that it is amazing. Yes, course it scrub. Of course, it's very discouraging one of our neighbors here and two block area, which is the area that several times a day or week long weekend, wink out. We have retail stores and restaurants, hotels galleries. People live in the CNN, his largest before, which is, of course, been closed since March. And that's mean one of the you know the really, really sad thanks so only that feed on each other. Other are pretty much having to sit alone, although I must say that there's always a war welcome and a glad to see you and the locals or doing their darndest. To support the local stores because we are doing shipping his well, a curbside since the re opened after the ban dated shutdown in months, and then we opened again in the end of April again just for shipping and curbside I have come to understand because of the way that we are delivering books. That 95% of our support has been local. And not just is an incredible, uh, statistic for me. Um, the people who needed a little molding public behavior that we're coming in from other states understand? Plea on vacation on perhaps not. Concerned of the safety of the people that they were interacting with, because they weren't there community. There was some level vocals community. We'll pull together. We've got most of them trained pretty well now on DH. Ah, the early A grocery girl home has mostly gone disappeared. It was not a part of the locals, but it did make her some difficult situations downtown. And yet the support the mutual support from the community on DH from the various businesses. Fantastic, Dorothy. I recently moved and I once again realized one. How many books I own. Ah, and how many came from collected works. And the other is is how many pieces of Chuck Jones aren't I own from the Chuck Jones Gallery just Oh, my God, I forgot all about the peppy Pepe le pew to Coyote coffee, and I was like, is waiting for you. That's wonderful. Occasionally we do have people on the comet entered up their books. On. They said, Please, no more bookmarks because we did that with every book for You realize this is really good. Yeah, I have a lot of Dorothy. Best of luck. Once again Sunday night. 5 to 6 30 It is going to be No. This. This is the event of the year. Certainly the literary event of the year and will be online collected. Works bookstore dot com slash Katie. Petey, Get your tickets now very, very reasonable. Great lineup,.
"chuck jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Six million at what point do they break even thirty fifty four definitely been one of the people is vocally against us I you know I feel like this is something that if people want they will call for and I feel like this was a little bit of social engineering on the part of the local government and you know we're gonna make you people ride the bus and I was kind of thing but I'm open minded about it I if you can if they can make it work then I'm fine with being wrong about this now you need office shows expected the red line to average eleven thousand trips per day to fulfill its budget goals January averaged four thousand four hundred sixty seven per trip per day now to be fair they're saying that the eleven thousand was based on ridership with the companion grid system which isn't going to go into effect until later this year have it but still yeah that's kind of that those are the numbers that in the store has and that's so that's what it satisfies so yikes that season eleven thousand troops today a task today to fulfill and they get about forty five hundred oh my god for real when do we they hear thirty four four thirty two I don't know that this will and that's that's kind of the argument that I was yeah I was make you can't make people okay we need to probably take a break and then we'll come back and do spend and spend and on what you guys do too for that I can't believe what I'm seeing you mean how green that corn field is no I'm talking about the corn stock they just walked across the road and with that mirror of his new work great you know what they say greener fields higher yields I hear you but a walking corn stock is still pretty crazy can't blame for choosing greener healthier Meera's neo feels true still crazy though mir this neo fungicide with improved disease control increase plant health it delivers a difference even corn can see learn more at Syngenta U. S. dot com slash mir this neo always read and follow label instructions hi it's eighty five A. champ Tony can on here with Chuck Jones from US to Chevy you know what's better than winning once trump winning twice in our tax sale everyone wins when we double your down.
"chuck jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With Chuck Jones from U. S. a ship you know I call you the home for you to tell everyone about a great super other for the Indiana that's also T. K. tell us what's your favorite part I love the way the truck drives in the snow yep and you never have winter the Silverado the remote start automatically turns on the heated seats and a heated steering wheel come test drive so fine you rose to be rest assured your view SO Chevy dot com ability to Chevy get your Silverado for two twenty nine a month and don't forget to ask for the T. K. deal hi I'm Brian Kelly with hero dot loan it's two thousand and twenty and our commitment to the United States military will remain stronger than ever we'll be Rockin in the desert to show respect and again we have made the commitment to pay for all of the appraisals are VA loans the VA loan is one of the best programs out there lower rates no PMI and you can buy a house with no money down get the lawn that you deserve today with our five minute loan approval only available out here dot loan the homeowner's policy analyst for thirteen twenty six to forty one turn to the experts at hold heating and carrier for all your heating needs whole lot heating air and planning we're coming home never felt so good online that whole world heating and air dot com it's the indigo of expo January seventeen through the nineteenth of the Indiana state fairgrounds get Tom gold credit in six rounds of golf while the last info and I. N. golf expo dot com there is in the W. IDC traffic Sam a gradual grid hardware Regis out of the thirty eighth street backing us up here in both directions because of these bands that really hit me before after nine as a group things that way before in fact almost two hundred west as because of road work right wing closed until tomorrow at noon traffic sponsored by window man locally family owned the window manage your first choice for quality service value price where no man three one seven four four three nine thousand online it window man dot com I bet at W. Y. B. C. drive forty degrees at the American standard heating weather center here at ninety three W. IBC yeah just announced the coming out with a new album which is kind of big news hammer because they haven't released an album in seven years all they've got a new album and a new tour coming in twenty twenty I believe the new album is call the the we need money to get get get get time giga tons give it time I think is this how you pronounce it with their eleventh album but the first in seven years I I can get down was virgin for sure of one of the best come by one of the first compact discs I ever bought was a Pearl Jam alive with the bread cover the kind of the paint cover with them all given every each other like the unifying high five right in the background no I don't know if I mean I don't know if I paid to see I don't have much politicking they do during their show I know the probably heavy heavy you'd never drummers.
"chuck jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Chuck Jones from U. S. a ship you know I call you the homes I need to tell everyone about a great super out of for the Indiana one that's awesome okay tell us what's your favorite part I love the way the truck drives in the snow yep and you never have winter in the Silverado the remote start automatically turns on the heated seats and a heated steering wheel come test drive it so fine you rose to be less the Chevy or be less the Chevy dot com ability to Chevy get your Silverado for two twenty nine a month and don't forget to ask for the DJ deal it's the in the Gulf expo January seventeenth through the nineteenth of the Indiana state fairgrounds get Tom golf credit in six rounds of golf while they last info and I. N. golf expo dot com the hammer Nigel this week for your chance to win tickets to see matchbox twenty markets music center on August twenty second twenty twenty is officially under way and if you're even considering buying a home this year it's never too early to be pre approved and it only takes five minutes out the home loan experts dot com three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go video taken by protesters in Iran's capital shows people screaming thirty nine degrees under mostly cloudy skies a monument circle and your radars clear forty five is the high today I'm John Herrick for the machine was corporation here's what's trending at seven thirty one in your hearing that video right now which was shot Sunday night protesters are angry with the Iranian government's admission that they mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian airliner last week killing a hundred seventy six people on board several people on board that plane work Canadian something Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is not happy about this tragedy should never have occurred and I want to assure you that you have my full support during this extraordinarily difficult time Trudeau speaking to the families of those who died at the memorial Sunday house speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to send two articles of impeachment for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress against president trump to the Senate this week fox is Rachel Sutherland reports figure Posey will gather with our caucus tomorrow as she prepares to send the articles.
"chuck jones" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Mount Rushmore. podcast sorry about the delay of recent shows. This episode. Two hundred is our season. Recap show that was supposed is to come out at the very end of last year but it didn't the holiday crunch delayed it a bit but we're back on track for twenty twenty also. I fully fully understand the irony of being late especially after I posted about two hundred straight weeks of episodes in the first few minutes of this episode. You're about to hear I must have been tempting. FATE ENJOY HEY everybody. Welcome to the Mount. Rushmore of the Mount Rushmore. PODCASTS season for four Mount Rushmore 's my name is Jeff and I'm join has always been my good friends Richard and Michael. If you followed us this far you know what they do. And we have had a few of these year end episodes before so you may have heard one so you know what they're like where we look back and we gratefully examine the opportunity. We've had to get together and debate and deliberate the most ubiquitous quits aspects of any given thing and talk about it. And you've listened to we appreciate it So we'll gonNA reminisce about fun. We've had who wants to start. I'll start okay. This is is also are two hundred episode holy smokes and we have been doing. Listen this is something that I'm very proud of two hundred. No of the known episodes released episode wide. This is one one nine nine. No we had one hundred. No we have this. This is me talking. We had one hundred ninety eight episodes that we'd recorded like for the actual episode released one. Earlier this year from the vaults Disney opening up yeah otherwise known as we were too lazy to record that when we are never too lazy we were just busy. Sure sure three men three busy families and this is our two two hundred episode and we've done two hundred weeks in a row. We have never missed one while some of the late. Like maybe on a Friday or Saturday or something. uh-huh maybe a Monday but very proud of that various produce spent the last four years with you two gentlemen doing this thing that we devoted devoted to just kind of on a whim. KICKBALL was dying down. Yes podcast hadn't even warning missing. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah we're going to be like the you know like when when you hear the story about the blues men who nobody remembers the one who invented slide guitar. That's right that's us. Yes Richard Men Freddie we were. We were at a restaurant and I was this before. We came out here and bring the Little Place Mat for my child and the crayons John's which he ignored so I started coloring my wife and I invented making it darker around the edges slightly lighter Felix says what are you talking talking about and I said just a funny joke just a funny joke my first choice for this year the Mount Rushmore of breaking the fourth wall. Oh Wow I love this conversation. I loved that we both started out with the same thing. Richard which is it's Garry shandling show right and then it just kind of went on from they are. We talked about the sensational she. Hulk talked deadpool. We talked him out the song glass onion and also this episode episode featured my favorite pick. That has ever been done on this podcast. But don't any one of us. Oh and that was Richard's choice for duck amok. Oh Nice which I thought was just I. I was mad at myself for not choosing it and it was. If you don't know the cartoon it is a Chuck Jones cartoons yes featuring Daffy duck primarily being drawn interest rate and being changed and east constantly talking back to the animator and of course by the end you pull out reveal that it's doing in but I was so mad that I didn't choose it and it was so jealous of Richard for choosing it and it was just one of those things that makes this podcast Sir just delightful just like Oh. I was too narrow minded ended or I wasn't I wasn't broad enough. Think outside the box enough especially for breaking the fourth wall right and I just thought that this is one of those. This was one of those great episodes that I thought we. We are all firing on like also under. Yeah it's one of my favorite episodes of the season as well. All right.
"chuck jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Shocked at your behavior. It would be a good idea to revisit a vintage sandal that that took place in the nineties. I've been kind of fun to like just look and see like. There's always been political scandals political sex scandals actors, you know, like in the nineties Elizabeth Taylor married her seventh husband. Yes, she did Larry Leary who she married, Betty Ford foundation member handyman. That's right as as ceremony. Ratto peer glided down from the sky and landed on the lawn only to be choked by the security guards hauled off the property. Okay. So I thought that would be interesting to relive Marla Maples who is an American actress in television personality in the second wife of Donald Trump. Just so pretty gorgeous. They married his nineteen ninety three and divorced in nineteen ninety nine. And of course, he was having an affair with Donald Trump when he was still married to his first wife, Advanta, Yvonne. Okay. So. Anyway. And I think she might have met Trump. Maybe when she did a cameo appearance in the fresh prince of Bel Air shoes, also co hosted the Miss Universe pageant somewhere along the way. Yeah. But here's one of the things that this came out. A while ago that the FBI had to release it number of documents detailing past investigations into at the request of the Trump organization, and what happened is that her publicist suggested that she and singer Michael Bolton had a tryst while she was married to Donald Trump. Okay. That is revealed in an FBI file that I think this was released like, I don't know this might have been last fall or something. Hey, whether or not it had anything to do with the thing. I have no idea, but the publicist Chuck Jones would later be arrested and charged with burglary because what he did publicists. He stole Marlins nude photos, lingerie and shoes and was seen on video licking some of her high heels after shooting stalled a hidden camera her publicist. The heels looking shoes. Donald Trump was aware of Marla Maples history, Michael boat Bolton and also in this FBI probe. The Marla Maples was having an affair with one of Trump's bodyguards, which led to the Perez divorce, not necessarily the Michael Bolton. So maples. I know she the mother of Victoria. He's the mother of Tiffany, Tiffany. That's what I meant Tiffany. Okay. So here's the deal. Michael calamari, the Trump Tower security director got this Chuck Jones to agree to search of his office after he showed the disgraced publicists footage from this hidden camera. Okay. That turned up thirty pairs of Marla Maples shoes. Can you imagine my shoes keep going missing? Yeah. And she did she told the police she and sell the camera after noticing more than one hundred pairs of shoes. Gun missing over the seven years this Chuck Jones worked this Republican. Okay. That is. And his original conviction was overturned on technicality in nineteen ninety nine this Chuck Jones he had to be retried during which that time Marla Maples had to sit in it witness box and identify seventy five pairs of shoes. Recognize has been hers was going crazy. If someone took that many shoes it was during that first trial that took Jones made the claims about Marla Maples taking Michael Bolton bacteria room at the Trump park which occurred just before she married the future president and. And Trump said after one break-up Marla Maples, so listen arms of the singer. And he he told Vanity Fair at the time. She was very hurt. Michael Bolton calls Marlins Marla like to take you out, and he falls madly in love with her. Now, I say to myself doesn't sound like him, wait a minute. I don't like this Michael Bolton the number one album in the world. What does that do to like me a competitive guy? It's like an affirmation that grows to be great because the number one singer in the world is falling for her. Well, let's one way of looking at. Yeah. So anyway, he said I did a Trump number on her all in -veloping. Chris you left Michael Bolton for me. And anyway, she went back and forth. A couple of times between Bolton I didn't know that about Michael Bolton and heart. Trump told Vanity Fair. Listen, I've left Marlet twice, but she dropped him. And she always comes back to me. And so anyway, he for Jones Chuck Jones, he came back into her orbit like ten years later when he said, he he tried to do threatening emails to her and he was sued by Trump for thirty five million in nineteen ninety three and he did serve time behind bars for the shoot theft. But he still was sending these threatening things to Marla Maples and. You know, he was sending her stuff is latest two thousand twelve and two thousand scary. And so anyway, but just like what if you really were to do a whole vintage scandal. Everything that Donald Trump has been involved with just from a New York society seen, you know, he would call up Liz Smith, then he would call Cindy Adams, and he was very good at plane the real estate game and he had game with women. I know it's kind of kind of unbelievable, but Marla Maples is never really because she's got the daughter with him. She's never really said anything she's remained very closed mouth about anything to do with him. I suppose because of her daughter, and she did have a I mean did try to talk show. Oh, yeah. Called awakening with Maria on contact talk radio. If anybody remembers that back in twenty twelve she's been in Broadway. Yes, she's done other things she did the advertising campaign for no excuses. Jazz album, L bloom. Elbow on the endless. Yeah. And he really is best known for her marriage to Donald Trump because. Initiated while he was married to von it looked like a younger version of his wife with better teeth and better. Yeah. She met him in nineteen eighty nine and the very public relationship with one big public break-up where she went to Hawaii with Michael Bolton. I don't remember that. Jeez. I probably were ending the New York Post or the National Enquirer and Trump appeared on the front. We didn't have the internet then. Yeah, that's sure on the front page of the New York Post eight days in a row, amazing even to him. And that was all started with Liz Smith. Getting the quote from Marla Maples that Donald Trump was the best sex. She definitely. And that's where it had eight days. Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. The new of course, they have a very their attention span. That's kind of unheard of to have that many days in a row. And anyway, it was the nineteen ninety three Long Island railroad shooting that caused Trump to reevaluate his life and get back together with Marla Maples. They got married in December of nineteen Ninety-three over a thousand guests a lots of celebrities, including Rosie O'Donnell and OJ Simpson. They used to be friends. I know. Yeah. In nineteen ninety six Trump fired his bodyguard after police officer phone Marla Maples in the bodyguard together under lifeguard. Stand on a deserted beach at four am at Paul in Palm Beach. Okay. Separated just a little bit later after that. So about that. Talk about your marriage. Anyway. So she kind of like when you see her things, but she really was involved in one of the most scandalous thing of the nineties because Donald Trump and his wife. Three kids they'd been married like over twenty years. He brought Marla to something Aspen. Tried to pass her off as vonda by having. The ski thing. No. Base. But she they weren't wearing helmets back. But if I always skied in one of those like risky hats. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So she kind of just you know, she really did do she tried out for the view. She's really has tried. And I'm sure that she's totally. It's like what's her name who had they affair with Gary Hart on the monkey? I can't remember, but Joan no she didn't get the kind of you know, like and fortunately for Monica Lewinsky, she was really the first sex political scandal of the internet age, whereas Marla Maples. Yeah. Because there was no internet. Yeah. How many people got? Was a little bit all over the board. But I just had to started with my fascinating. Thing with the shoot sued or publicists for stealing over. I think. It's all like, where are my shoe? This was part of some of the stuff that the FBI had to come out with at the request of what had been investigated within the Trump organization. So that was guy in prison. Shoes shoes. Victim. I mean, I just can't make it up. When I can't find a pair of shoes. Only one or something I would go crazy. She to a lot of shoes. All right. Listen, we come back. We get our favorite headline today. 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"chuck jones" Discussed on 790 KABC
"So it's only sixty percent three percent, which is two percent. Well, I think you have to count both over exporting and will reimport we'll lose the revenue well, but that's that's accounts payable, right? That we don't know what the timeframe on any of that is. Oh. Be and it's not necessarily. I mean, even if it happens, it's not gonna happen. Just today. Right. But it's not gonna happen in say just the June quarter. Right. We'll take a few months maybe a couple of quarters to really have its full effect. Right. I it depending on how to hit it would. And how long it goes on for? All right. No, then it's a blip. It's zero zero zero and you guys are talking all these numbers my heads exploding and percentages and all that stuff. But but just for me looking on the outside. I mean, if you're talking recessional, this how long are we talking that the border needs to shut down for like these things to really make an impact and we're fighting, but I'm talking about a week. You're talking about a month or you're talking about six months, or it's like, you know, what if it closes down for five days is that really going to have bat. I mean, it's going to have an impact. So you can have a bad zero Packer. Very correct on that. Yes. But if it is three months three months might be measurable effect. Okay. Okay. But let's shut down for three months. Well, no, okay. But that's a that's a viable sort of analysis. Yes. Forbes dot com where you can find Chuck's writing. He's also at sandhill insight. That's where you can find the Twitter handle, Chuck. I have taken a break. We'll come back this going, right? Chuck Jones Forbes contributor, if you have any questions for our number's eight hundred two two two five two two two gives be part of this conversation. Ninety KABC. ABC's dependable traffic.
"chuck jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Organization and Trump management company specifically asked for the FBI to release a bunch of documents detailing past investigations. Into those organizations. They want to release they wanted the public to know just like the Democrats want the Muller report released while the Trump organization and Trump management company. Wanted other information from other investigations to be released. And unfortunately, when you want documents released you can't necessarily determine what's going to come out unless you know in advance what's in them. There may be a really embarrassing stuff. In those documents you want to release. So you have to be very careful be careful of what you ask for. Because like in this case, you just might get it. Among the documents that have been released that the Trump organization and Trump management company of asked for among those documents released are the details of nineteen Ninety-six investigation. That was conducted by an agent who appeared to be looking into Trump Tower security guard and nude photos of Marla Maples that her former publicists claimed to have lost after it were stolen after they were stolen from her. Place of residence. It is also revealed in these documents that have been released that the Trump organization and Trump management company have asked for to be released. It's been revealed that this publicist Chuck Jones. Would later testified that while he was working for Maples. And this was Trump's second wife. She brought singer Michael Bolton back to her room following Donald Trump's departure from a west coast trip. I'll come back to Michael Bolton in just a second. Yes. I will come back to it. I promise the publicist named Chuck Jones. A man who was later fired after he was alleged. To have been stealing lingerie and two hundred pairs of shoes from Marla Maples apartment, and they got it on video footage that was recorded recorded by a hidden camera. But wait, there's so much more be careful what you ask for you just might get it. Trump war. The Trump organization that Trump management company asked for this to be released. Why I have no idea the video footage. Also, allegedly showed this publicist Chuck Jones. Licking Marla Maples shoes. They have video on this. How long before it gets out? The search during all of this clandestine investigation turned up at Chuck Jones's house thirty pairs of Maples shoes three unlicensed handguns and this all led to his arrest on charges of burglary criminal possession of stolen property and criminal possession of a weapon. Maples told police at the time she installed the camera after noticing more than one hundred pairs of shoes had gone missing over the seven years to Jones is working as her publicist said. Let me let me have an honest moment with you. Can I be honest with you? We all like what we like. Some of us like a little this some of us like that some of us are into threesomes. Some of us are in the handcuffs. Some of us are into I don't know. Crisco being spread all over you. Okay. Maybe that's just me. But we all like what we like. And I'm not here to judge. But I've never in my life heard of someone with a Lubaton fetish. I've never heard of anyone with a four inch heel fetish and wanted to lick this shoes, I understand how some people are underwear bandits. I know some people like to pay any rate is not me. But some people are, but I've never heard of someone breaking into someone other someone's house to get someone's shoes. Extensively. He couldn't wear them. Just so he could lick them up and down. And it's on video be careful. What you ask for because you just might get it. And remember when I said, I was going to come back to Michael Bolton. You bet your ass. I'm going to come back to Michael Bolton. Now, remember, Donald Trump cheated on a vodka? Oh, excuse me. Excuse me. Not a vodka my mistake. He'd cheated on vodka. With Marla Maples. And I always say, well, if he's going to cheat with her then he's gonna sheet with you. You know, how that goes are you in a relationship is how you gonna in the next relationship. Anyhow, he was in a relationship with Marla Maples and has come. Be careful what you ask for. It's now been revealed that seemingly allegedly Marla Maples was getting it on with Michael Bolton. This is about maybe nineteen ninety six or so. Michael both. And that was back when he had the long hair, and he was singing out his ass..
"chuck jones" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Chuck Jones, Tennessee is out. There is the higher seed in the white uniforms with the orange trip at Auburn the blue jerseys blue trunks and the orange and white trim all five of their players wear the blue lake tights. Saturday the shorts out there and ready to rock and roll. It'll be for Tennessee. Kyle Alexander at six eleven typically gets a six foot seven back of the Auburn Tigers. Then even as you pointed out Auburn beat Tennessee at Almer back on March ninth even though Tennessee's the higher seed and for part of the season. They were the number one and all the rankings. They still feel like they have something to prove. They have a chip on their shoulder. They wanna let Auburn. Oh, hey, what happened in Auburn was an anomaly you plan on being today? We plan on you a drum. The is at center court. It's tossed in the air and a shorter backseat batch at Auburn has the first possession going left to right on your radio. Dial of the SEC championship two thousand nineteen rib dishes. The high left-wing everybody the crowd standing Bryce Brown. And he turns to the official says hold on. I've got something in my eye. The official stops the play. Just sixteen seconds into the game. Something in the left eye of Bryce Brown. And now, he's cleared it, and he appears to be okay. And we're going to resume a seventeen on the shot clock. Well, that's a first. Robert house we resume. I've ever seen that one before. Harper bid strike with eight to shoot guarded by charter teeth three on the way, it he visted house about seven feet behind the yard. The iron at a Tennessee rebound. Aubert paid more threes at anybody in SEC history this year, Tennessee gets to the free throw line up for their Turner. No good. Try to put it back in Alexander. Couldn't get it. At Auburn clears up ahead Jerry Harper kicks to the corner. Another three this one goes down for Bryce Brown Aubert up threes. Remember the game yesterday against Florida? What was it the first four shots for all all from behind the arc? All the other driving straight to the basket short bone. Nobody stopped them to even when you score on the other end Tennessee's not just gonna walk up to four awkward still has to get back and get their setup boneless special yesterday. Eighteen points game clinching three of the wet over Kentucky. Little over a minute. God by over with the ball to three two advantage. Jared. Harper driving the right of the lake kicks it out to the corner. A three of the year hierarchy and short off the side of the ramp. That would spy belief Dunbar. Tennessee brings it up. Harper driving it on an angle contacted our first style of the game comes at the eighteen twenty seven Mark, and it's a defensive foul against Auburn and the little band Jared Harper. The interesting thing is for Auburn. They've done exactly what they want to do on the offense event. Get threes up penetrate. Find the open man surprise me a bit slow getting back on defense. Tennessee try to inbound it didn't have any option. So he threw it right off back laborious legs back out of bounds to avoid a five. Second. Call a great job by him. Then he inbounds at the. Berries, a Tennessee goes up five degrees Dunbar. For Auburn was surprised. He wasn't paying attention the official hands the ball and they start to play out of position. Yeah. Nobody was here on Turner five straight for the balls. Two minutes into this contest Bryce Brown out here. The bit court stripe guarded by Jordan, bald. He drives on it puts it off the glass in type things up at five apiece. And that's part Browns game that he is added. Listen, these are designated three points here. But that doesn't mean he can't put the ball on the deck and attack the rim. Five all seventeen forty five first-half SEC championship game grant Williams. If ahead of the key takes the elbow now. Go to stout of the block curls around a pass Turner goes up at ease foul ball got blocked, but he also got hit on the Arbil at two free throws. That is a huge foul on Harper. That is to all ready on the junior and bright and Bruce Pearl looks at the officials ago. That's two fouls. And he knows are presented a snake? He pushes the offense. He runs the offense and his ability to knock down three should stretch out. The Tennessee defense him sitting on the bench. The question is how long will he sit on the bench, and how will this disrupt the Auburn offense? He goes over there with seventeen thirty nine to go with the half. I throw was Baid Labonte Turner with one more. He looks up at a six two guard. Let's at Oklahoma ball that good Tennessee up seven five. Jordan Harper on the bench. He scored twenty seven two days ago twenty yesterday. And he is as you said the head of that state. So Bryce grab with the basketball more on his shoulders. He's out I left way. Guarded by ball. He's just gonna pull for five feet behind the ARCHE. Barely grazed Tennessee rebound. Nobody besides him touch the ball possession falls la- two point lead in the basketball seventeen twelve first-half tasks over the high right-wing, George bones. Dribbling tried to pull out shot is blocked. Great swat bio KiKi up ahead. Oh, Kiki's catches it on his way to the rabbit. Alexander with a rejection, Tennessee nation rises to their feet is going to be a transition the other direction. Oh, just thought he could casually take that thing up. Look a left hand. But Alexander was even with them was able to rise up above the rim and block the shot into the backboard. Then the foul on everybody back Laborde so three thousand Aubert done so far on Tennessee. We played a little over three metres. Balls up to where the basketball side, they go to Williams. He bounces Turner Turner saved a turnover. Backout high Turner will take a three from the left wing. His second. In Tennessee's ten to five curly, Tennessee is playing Auburn space. But they're playing better than Auburn is at their own game. Well, they should go crazy. Kicks to the corner offered open three God KT down that silences the crowd at least ten to eight. Turner, like almost lost it. Now, it's inside. Pass intended for Alexander Dunbar stolen up ahead. No numbers for Auburn. They'll slow it up. Hi with route on the right wing inside a sixteen minutes. We'll get our first media time out of connects whistle. Mccormack thirty feet from the basket. Dribbles of the right wing side. The arc behind the back dribble. Fadeaway seventeen footer off the bar. That'll for the rebound pulled down by Tennessee's grant Williams. Up ahead of the front court l'amante charter. The free throw line of Scofield's Scofield. They'll say he walked before he did that travel. There's a break in the action brought to you by Haggerty. Love cars. -joyed haggerty..
"chuck jones" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I did doodle and draw a lot I made comic books and comic strips. And and and then I took my parents giant VHS camcorder was the early eighties and and made made films starting from a very early age. And I know that Peter and Phil are the same. We just keep making things. Chuck Jones had a teacher who told them that. You have ten thousand bad drawings inside you you've got to get them out as quickly as possible. And so the more pencil miles. You get the more practice. You get making things better. You'll be and don't worry about failing. Don't worry about chasing after something that you think someone else wants to see just make things that interest. You that you wanna see and eventually you'll get there. Good luck Christian. I love that idea about pencil miles getting in as many as you can't Peter. What would you say young Christian? I said the exact same thing. I mean, I I've drawn all my life ever since I can remember. But I do remember the specific moment where drawing kind of really became a thing. And I was trying to draw chair, and I tried you know, once twice three times couldn't get it. Right. And I specifically remember sitting okay? I think I'm going to try one more time. If I can't do it. It's just you know, obviously, I can't draw. I tried one more time, and you know, it was ugly. But it was more like a chair, and for whatever reason I kind of clicked over into oh, maybe I can do this. And I think the whole thing is I think everybody can draw or create something it's the people that don't stop trying that end up going on to really do something with it. But I think everybody's got some kind of potential so just keep going don't let anything stop you just if you if you feel like you love it. And you wanna do it whatever it is Christian just keep on going. We're a bit low on time. But Phil I'd love to know. What's next for you, guys? Now, the LEGO movie too is out into the spider versus out both doing. Well. What's next before we go? The nap. Late to your life. Yes. Yes. You can gosh over doing a little bit more press. And then and then we have. Essentially a blank slate in front of us, which we haven't had for a long time. We're developing a few movies live action movies, and and the like, but mostly we're gonna take a little bit of break vague and boy answer. Well, it's a it's a good answer. Sometimes having just break time is a good thing. Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Peter Ramsey all worked on the Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee Spiderman into the spider verse fill Chris, Peter. It was a phenomenal movie and a great conversation. Thank you all three of you for joining us. Thank you. Thanks so much. Today's.
"chuck jones" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Let me get to a few more comments before our time is up speaking of helping young people find their power ebony tweeted, I enjoyed this movie as much as my son. We were so excited about the art and the super cool storyline. He's excited about animation as a career this launched a great conversation about his goals. Chris we got a lot of comments from people who are interested in animation, including from Gabriella who writes we loved seeing spider verse with our son Christian who turns nine today. Could you ask your guest, what kinds of things? Things they did when they were young that prepared them to create such a special movie asking for a young illustrator from Maplewood, New Jersey, first of all happy birthday Christian. I hope you enjoyed spider verse. And as your birthday present Christopher Miller is going to tell you how to get an animation. Chris. Here's three steps. As a kid. I did doodle and draw a lot I made comic books and comic strips. And and and then I took my parents giant VHS camcorder was the early eighties and and made made films starting from a very early age. And I know that Peter and fill the same. We just keep making things, you know, Chuck Jones had a teacher who told him that. You have ten thousand bad drawings inside. You've gotta get out as quickly as possible. And so the more pencil miles. You get the more practice. You get making things better. You'll be and don't worry about failing. Don't worry about chasing after something that you think someone else wants to see just make things that interest. You that you wanna see and eventually you'll get there. Good luck Christian. I love that idea about pencil miles getting in as many as you can't peer what would you say to young Christian? I'd say the exact same thing. I mean, I I've drawn all my life ever since I can remember. But I do remember the specific moment where drawing kind of really became a thing. And I was trying to draw chair, and I tried you know, once twice three times couldn't get it. Right. And I specifically remember sitting there. Okay. I think I'm going to try one more time. If I can't do it. It's just you know, obviously, I can't draw. I tried one more time, and you know, it was ugly. But it was more like a chair, and for whatever reason I I kind of clicked over into oh, maybe I can do this. And I think the whole thing is I think everybody can draw or create something it's the people that don't stop trying that end up going on to really do something with it. But I think everybody's got some kind of potential so just keep going don't let anything stop you just if you if you feel like you love it. And you wanna do it whatever it is Christian just keep on going. We're a bit low on time. But Phil I'd love to know. What's next for you, guys? Now, the LEGO movie too is out into the spider versus out both doing. Well. What's next before we go a nap?.
"chuck jones" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Want to see Adam Sandler cast is anti man. Thank God that never happened. Fair. They're actually releasing a lot of different types of movies. I just don't get the hype. They just don't get the hype. Brighton. Rock and roll. Oh and roll. No. It is not dead. You just it's not getting as you say the height because lies radio stations for whatever reason decided that they're going to go with the money is. So what do we do? We have to hear auto tune cartoon is going the way of anime. So what do we do we cartoons and make it anime? Now, it makes money because you're forced feeding it through us shirts. It's all there. It's out there. We don't see anything that even resembles looney tunes. And you might say, well, Pat, what are you one hundred years old, you give me a looney tunes or any of that stuff? Compared to what we see with his anime to me. One is quality one is not right one is craft one is in the original looney tunes are made for theatrical cartoons say there were a lot. The studios were were designed for that. So they could get in there. Chuck Jones and legendary animators at the Disney cartoons. They were all made for movies, you know, to play shorts before theatrical films now with television in your proliferation of eighteen billion cable channels of nothing to watch, you know, it's real. Fast, real cheap and real profitable. Unfortunately. Yeah. And they seem to be catching on with a certain part of the generations. Oh, I can't wait to watch my yu-gi-oh gogo Pokemon. Whatever. I mean, it's it's like eighteen different flavors of coffee. It's terrible and people who are younger than me. And apparently understand the stuff eat it up. And you know, I can feel myself going into get off my lawn mowed right now. At age. Unfortunately, the stuff that we figured oh was just garbage wasn't just garbage the stuff that they have out. Now is just just garbage. And there's simply no other way around it. There's like there's not an original thought in Hollywood. Well, there either capitalizing on the stalled you or they are doing sequel after sequel after sequel, those are the ones that make the money now again, like I told you this is why you have me I can tell you about the stuff that's under the radar it. And that does make money it just doesn't get the massive marketing push. And that's to me. That's okay. Because that's kind of like discovering hidden gems and free would say remember hell or high water wind river movies of that nature where. Yeah. Okay. They didn't get the huge bump. But when you saw him you saw good Louis, you know, and then they're not designed to necessarily be crowd-pleaser. So they don't get the billion dollar marketing. Budgets. So what they're still releasing them. You just got to work a little harder to find them. All right. That's okay. Hold ourselves to a higher standard than digest concern ourselves, and with with superhero movies are so many other things there's so many other wonderful topics.
"chuck jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Be ticked off a Trump supporter? Rob if he cuts a deal and gives like three billion. Yes, you will. Yes. So does that mean vote for him in twenty twenty? We're we're talking the equivalent. No, we'll see what the who's on the ballot. But Trump does make deals maker. But we're talking to Covent of a sixty thousand dollar year job if. It was like sixty six dollars for our income. Right. This is nothing. This is a drop in the bucket in the in the federal budget. We waste money. We give tens of billions of dollars to these countries that are trying to keep out, and we paid for a two hundred eighty mile wall in Jordan just last year. So don't tell me walls, don't work. Don't tell me. We can't we're talking funding a hundred miles of new wall, one hundred fifteen miles of repairing wall. That's what we're talking about here. I mean, not to mention the wall of separating, Israel and Egypt. That's cut down on legal immigration into Israel about ninety nine percent gab totally ridiculous. He should not give in on one penny. Rob KENDALL with us off the rails with rob every Thursday here on the hammer and Nigel show. All right. Let's bring it back home and talk about something that's near and dear to your heart a good old fashioned tax scam and a referendum possibly coming down the line looking at Wayne township now Wayne township their new trustee is Chuck Jones the same Chuck Jones. Kind of had a little Twitter back and forth with one Donald Trump. When the whole carrier situations going on he's the new trustee in Wayne township what's going on. So this ad shows up in the paper because in government, if you're going to do things with money that was not in your budget. You have to post it in the newspaper. No, they hide.
"chuck jones" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Only for the simple life. She herself lives in a in a tent next to a bunch of fairy mushrooms roosting, some hotdogs. So so okay now you now we've proved I'm not crazy. I mean, I think the broader thing here is what is it like to encounter thing that you've lost for three decades, or whatever it is. And for me, it's deeply pleasurable and the book is as wonderful as I remember it despite the slight of refusing to call Henrietta and architect what she obviously is. And it's been really fun. My kids are really into it already this morning. They were mad that I'm just taking it to work for the day. They're like why what you do with it at work. I think I'll bring it home. I promise and they've been calling it Henrietta says she's she's very prominent in their minds. But I have you guys ever had this experience of like reconnecting with something a lost object. Or is there a lost object with which you would like to reconnect? I can say yes to both, Dan. If you don't mind me. Leaping. But the the I would be I and I've endorsed this before on the show and probably will again in the coming weeks is that when I was very young. I mean, you know, second third fourth grade. There was a an animated version of the Christmas Carol on TV played maybe once or twice I mean, maybe two consecutive years. I saw you know, the nineteen seventy four and ninety seventy five and I remember it being haunting weird really cool and YouTube was you know, was what allowed me to find it as a grownup like five six years ago. Maybe and it turns out is amazing. It's it's directed by Chuck Jones in in in concert with a sort of well known I think English animator I can't remember off to find his name. But turns out it was his wonderful as I remembered that was a great experience. But then the other thing, and this is this is thrown out to all of our police listeners. I am sure the first book that I ever totally bonded. With was in first grade in school, we read. A book about some creature that walks backwards. So and so it was like do crabs go backwards. I can't remember lobsters crabs. Go sideways for going sideways. Rule out does go backwards. There's an auto listens. Do they swim backwards? Really? On if you sprinkle nutmeg on Nautilus, Stephen story because the whole point of it was not the point of it. But the, but the creature is name was the word spelt that it was the name of its creature name spelled backwards. So maybe let's see if it was Nautilus spelled backwards would be. So you're still trying to find this thing. Steve you still not refounded our lives and throw it out to the listeners. Somebody who's going to find it for you creature that moves backwards. His name is also spelled backwards. All right, Dana. What lost what's your Rosebud? You know? I think I actually found mine in endorsed at once on on the gabfest in the past. I remember doing this as an endorsement it was this this movie for children by Saul bass, who's mainly known as a title designer, and and and poster illustrator for movies. He did all the great JAMES BOND title sequences for many years, and he had this this film for children called Wyman create that I had a vague memory of seeing in a in an elementary school classroom. And I had no idea who made it what it was called how it would ever find it again. I just remembered a few images in lines from it and decades later probably two or three years ago. I came across it on brain pickings dot org. She happened to have a post on Saul bass for his birthday or something like that..
Mom, 27, dies from a rare virus carried by mice that she mistook for the flu
"Pat allen the climate prediction center is out with a new report showing new mexico will likely see above normal rainfall in july august and september which is monsoon season national weather service meteorologist chuck jones says that's welcome news given the drought conditions we've been in for months most of northern new mexico is then either extreme or exceptional drought with exceptional drought covers far north west and far northeast new mexico but jones says a good monsoon season will only help us in the short term he says some parts of the state get half the yearly precipitation during monsoon season the fbi's albuquerque division has made its tenth bank robbery arrest of the year twenty two year old he's manual was taken into custody yesterday the same day he's believed to have held up the wells fargo bank at fourth street and ran cheetos road northwest the arrest was made by fbi agents and the burleigh county sheriff's office a twentysevenyearold aztec woman who'd been diagnosed with hanta virus in early february his died the farmington.