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Fetterman's doctor says he's recovering well from May stroke

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00:47 sec | Last month

Fetterman's doctor says he's recovering well from May stroke

"A day before President Biden campaigns for a Pennsylvania Senate Canada John fetterman is getting a boost from a doctor months after suffering a stroke The democratic nominees campaign as released a doctor's note saying fetterman is recovering well while doctor Clifford Chen says fetterman does have lingering stroke effects involving speech He has no work restrictions Fetterman's in a tight race with the GOP's mehmet Oz a heart surgeon who has questioned fetterman's fitness to serve Here at The White House The president feels that he is he is very much capable of doing the job Biden spoke some in Korean John Pierre earlier this week before the president's due to campaign for fetterman tomorrow in Philadelphia Sagar Meghani at The White House

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No. 5 Michigan tops No. 10 Penn St 41-17, runs for 418 yards

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00:34 sec | Last month

No. 5 Michigan tops No. 10 Penn St 41-17, runs for 418 yards

"5th ranked Michigan sprint's pass number ten Penn State 41 17 Michigan racked up 418 total rushing yards against the Penn State run defense that came into the game 5th best in the FCS giving up just under 80 a game Wolverine's tail back Donovan Edwards ran for a career high 173 yards and two touchdowns to help Michigan improve to 7 and O I feel like I've been prone for you know a game like this for a while now And I just had to just sit back and wait my turn It just showed the world what I'm capable of being able to do Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford through for a 120 yards and ran for 74 but left the game in the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury as his team drops to 5 and one Denny cap and arbor Michigan

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Update on the latest sports

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01:00 min | 7 months ago

Update on the latest sports

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"clifford" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:35 min | 8 months ago

"clifford" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"But in that particular case, I was being very real. I mean, the easiest thing in the world to say, oh, I love stetson Bennett. I thought he was great last year, and he's going to be even better this year. Ball. The guy was America's best part of the mirror, Paul. I wouldn't bet against Tiger. Well, I would have, and so would you. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, Paul, you bet, yes. And you told the truth, you got nothing to be embarrassed about. So let me break it down to you, Georgia. Let me break it down real good to you. And times that you may understand, this is for red doo doo, mad lazy poodle, and all you, Georgia bulldogs. It's over. It's over. There's only one team. One freaking team. I asked the LSU tigers that get 14 or 15 players drafted in the NFL and come back the next year and win a national championship. It is the king, the Muhammad Ali college football, baby. It is the Alabama crimson tide. It's over. Enjoy it. It's done. We're moved on to another season. Now Paul, I'm pissed off, dude. I'm pissed off. You know why? No, why? Baseball season. I'm a Oreo fan. I don't opening day. I was already 20 games out of first place ball. I hate baseball. And I said, you know what? I'm just really, I'm not ready for this. No, I hate freaking baseball. It's not America's pastime. It's America's disgrace. Listen MLB and I'll never mention you again. Until everything has an eagle financial playing field, you are a frigging joke. You are not America's past time. You are America's disgrace. What's happening in Pittsburgh with the pirates and Baltimore with the Orioles, it is a disgrace to Jim Palmer and Roberto committees and I wish you would stay on strike forever. Now, Paul, let me say this. I just got word from the championship trophy of center. They built me a fine bomb championship trophy and I need your permission to put your head on top of my trophy. Can I have it? Legend, you have anything you want in the fine bomb show arsenal? Well, your head is going to be on top of my Chapman ship trophy, my 2022 fine bob championship trophy to find bomb head is going to be on top of a brother. I'd love it. And listen, they can only be won. Not 54. And I was just reading page 54, to lose no doubt, yes. And would you imagine a picture of the Miami hurricanes? Let me tell you something, KD, KB or whatever the hell your name is. You ought to be awake forest hater. You ought to be a Syracuse hater. You ought to be a Florida state hater. Everybody has warped your ass. I still remember Keith Jackson saying, Thomas has loose. Thomas is running down the sideline. Oh no. Like a boat of lightning. Two and three catches him. Takes the ball. Chelsea's face in the dirt that dynasty is destroyed. Damn right you hate me because I'm the king, dude. And you always hate the king. When you're a relevant child, like to you, I'll thank you so hard to you won't be cheering for the you. You'll be cheering for the oh. Legend out. The legend never failing to deliver. Eric is up next in Georgia. Hey, Paul. That's a fake red dog guy. Made a great argument as to why Georgia could win the national championship. If stenson Bennett is not the quarterback. Let's hear it. How did the four candidates, he's clearly the least talented. And I can't imagine that he's holding the job by the end of the season. I also agree with you, he made an egregious error coming back because if Georgia doesn't win, he's going to get the blame for it. And he will no longer be the darling of Athens, he'll be the foe that the reason why Georgia didn't win this year. You know, Eric, if you look at the history of mankind, there have been a number of people who have had masterpieces and continued on. Beethoven, da Vinci, Picasso, Michelangelo. I mean, you don't know, because it's not Beethoven, a lot of his works became more famous later in his life. Same for Bach, aimed for other great composers, great artists. What I'm trying to say is stetson Bennett knew he threw up a masterpiece that night in Indianapolis. There was nothing else he could do and he still came back, he's entitled to it. He earned it. Cliche, whatever you want to say. But all I said this morning was, and I'll continue to say it. I'm troubled by it. I don't want to see anything, unfortunate happened to his college experience. And you've you know what's behind him? Well, I think people are giving him too much way too much credit for why Georgia won last year. It was because of the cast around him. It's going to be like that again this year, but I can no way envision that Georgia repeats if he is the starting quarterback. Just no, well, you know, as the caller a few weeks ago, minutes ago who said he should be the Heisman. He should win the Heisman. He's got a good cast around him, but he needs more than a couple of good receivers. And I just don't think George will have that. Hey, thank you very much for the call. I appreciate it. We head to the break more of your phone calls right after this. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And.

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"clifford" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"clifford" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Your perfect beach side spot? Does it come with a pier, fisherman and a lighthouse? If a Clifford has conjured up his ideal spot with a national perk and a waterfall close by in her book, when we fall. Welcome efa. Lovely to be Jen. You've made merit the place, the setting. And this lighthouse overlooks fish hook harbor. What do the locals say about fish hook harbor? The idea is is that in a sense you can't escape it that you'll always be drawn home. And so that happens particularly for one of my characters, Denny. And Alex, who's the main character of the story is actually her daughter, and gets dragged back as well. Denny left merit when she was young and pregnant. Her daughter, Alex, has only been back when she was a young girl. But she has memories of meeting her grandfather, the town doctor, and their horrific last meeting. What went wrong then? I guess it's one of those things I wanted to play with the idea that you can forget about things. And when you're back in the setting, suddenly memories can hit you from your childhood. And Alex remembers her grandfather as being this difficult person that she was quite fearful of without really remembering why. And when she's back in the town, she starts to think about something that he said to her that implied his criticism of her and her mother. She doesn't know who her father is, but a sense that you guessed that the grandfather does not and makes judgments about it. And her mother's got early on set dementia as anybody who knows someone with dementia that knows that those people will regress in their memories and often the memories that stick are the ones from late teenage to early womanhood in this case sort of time can often get quite stuck in it. And those sort of memories that Alex starts to see as well to start to piece a whole other side to her mother that she wasn't aware of until now..

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Henderson, No. 5 Ohio State hold off No. 20 Penn State 33-24

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Henderson, No. 5 Ohio State hold off No. 20 Penn State 33-24

"The number five ranked Ohio State Buckeyes picked up a hard fought thirty three to twenty four victory over the twentieth ranked Penn state Nittany lions Ohio state's treatment Henderson struggled much in the first half the thing is with a hundred fifty two yards rushing touchdown Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud passed for three hundred five yards and three touchdowns a thirty eight yard strike to Chris lobbying in the first half Penn state's Sean Clifford threw for three hundred sixty one yards through the air but two turnovers one of which was a former covered by a high state and returned for a touchdown Maxwell come Columbus Ohio

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Illinois stuns No. 7 Penn State 20-18 in NCAA's 1st 9OT game

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois stuns No. 7 Penn State 20-18 in NCAA's 1st 9OT game

"Illinois completed an upset is Casey Washington caught a two point conversion pass from Brandon Peters to end the first nine overtime game in NC double a history a twenty eighteen victory against seventh ranked Penn state the teams exchanged field goals in the first two overtimes then began to alternate two point attempts in the third T. as part of a format tweak to head of the twenty twenty one season chase brown and Josh McRae combined for three hundred sixty five yards rushing and a touchdown for Illinois the Nittany lions rushed for sixty two yards and failed to protect injured quarterback Sean Clifford I'm Dave very

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No. 3 Iowa beats No. 4 Penn State 23-20, fans storm field

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

No. 3 Iowa beats No. 4 Penn State 23-20, fans storm field

"Third ranked Iowa rallied for a twenty three twenty win against number four Penn state Spencer Peters threw a forty four yard touchdown pass to Nika regaining to complete the Hawkeyes come back from a two touchdown deficit Iowa picked off four passes and stifle the Nittany lions after quarterback Sean Clifford was knocked out of the game in the first half back up to Kwan Roberson was just seven of twenty one for thirty four yards no touchdowns and two interceptions Iowa earned its twelfth straight win and handed Penn state its first loss in ten games I'm Dave Ferrie

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"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"There is one. I think incident that really and i mean clifford started talking to people before this. You know he was talking about how he's putting together. These documents that he got the claim that he had like all this stuff and and part of it in that book to read it is like a pal harris's completely giving in to it she's basically saying oh you're you're completely clifford. I totally believe you in all in all the stuff and she's also like saying like. Oh well yeah i know that. Oh well yeah. I know that but I think the death of his son heavily affected him. And this isn't something that we talked about earlier but in nineteen ninety-five his son He talked to him before he is son was going to go out on his motorcycle. He said that there were problems with this breaks but He he wasn't. You felt fine riding it. And he ended up getting into a car accident getting killed and he talks about how there's a cover up in it. How it was actually a woman now. He believes this woman was connected to the military trying to get him to shut up about some of the stuff. And it kinda spirals it in new york. That's a breaking point where some people and maybe even he believes what he was saying. Suspension disbelieve here. Let's say that it isn't true. It really isn't but maybe that he truly believed that. The things he was saying right like coping mechanisms. They're they're hard dole. They the man. There are so many different ways in mechanisms. That people used cope with anything. So why do people like greek cameron and stuff like this that you see all greer why do they latch onto him. Stories like this and just give him. This place is because he can better them financially is because they believe him. Actually a content doesn't right itself brent. i also think too that Clifford stone in a way kinda lives in this obscure space even after the disclosure..

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"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Yeah he was kind of just telling the story and getting emotional while doing i think that was a powerful thing for a lot. I i think it absolutely was in. It's just it's the same stories over again. Sometimes they're embellished a little bit more But like you know you you kind of connect with him a little bit more than you say. You're korean goods says and your You know that's hero. Yes sorry the the the hero himself. I like i like randy kramer. Better anyway Yeah yeah he's definitely up there anyone who's has been in the thick of things and came back to tell me like anybody could say that they fought in an army on mars and came back and didn't age a day in this army photographers. Hey win Who was it that gave him his donald rumsfeld. Yes would they d- hd. Thank you for your service. That just rings true to me for some. It does it. Sounds like something rumsfeld would say But john and those at home that don't know we're talking about He says that he was on a war on. He was on march. Twenty years doing a war they send people there then they come back and they age you i think it was de aging right or he doesn't he said that he didn't age It was almost like no time had passed. He had gone to gentlemen and then when it comes back he's got twenty years of memory and life experience in these still the same age so he comes forward and he's like i've been on mars and donald rumsfeld gave me a mel. Yeah you know how you know how if you like get in your get getting a plane and go across the international dateline. You can actually get younger in day. Yes like that. Only there's There's there's just you know. Just trust the intricacies wires. You wouldn't understand that's exactly right. That's exactly right and and and various intergalactic Lines of demarcation There's a lot of a lot of Lot of ins and outs we'll just leave it there. Problem clifford's feel so sweet. He's we'll samaria. I okay so that brings me to my rob you you you you give him the benefit of the doubt and you went down the rabbit hole and the only thing you wanted to do now is is expunged set experience from your brain. Did you come out the other end going. Well i gave him the benefit of the doubt. But i'm out or where. Where did you land. I kind of landed in the spot. Where i'm indulging old man. His stories they can exist in the sphere. But i'm glad it's out of my brain space now so i can focus on other things and i don't have to you know be emotionally connected to a man who said that..

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"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Alien finger benders actually aren't near as bad freer insurance rates. Don't go up as high as fender benders with other regular cars. I've just now. I'm not an insurance adjuster but i'm willing guests. They're gonna try to throw that under some active. God which. I think you could argue in a court of law. Yeah i i agree so it turns out when i had mine. My my rates didn't go up at all. I still had to pay the deductible. You know whatever. You're running with a lens. Yeah yeah. yeah the alien bender. I had woops my bed. Sorry i want to start by commenting on where a lot of at least my info comes from this. There's a book called is only the story of clifford stone and u f o crash retrievals. Okay so bear with me. It's in a word to me. And i feel bad because there's a great story. I think clifford deserve better. I just don't think that this book does him justice. I'm seeing that you agree. And i'm glad you do because that's just my take. There's a lot of potential. But the editing is non-existent and there are some really bad issues with sentence structure spelling steaks. And i know that can happen but it really pulled me out in reading. Yeah it's didn't you feel that way did you. Did you find that. Because i mean the. The book is a series of interviews that are conducted by palo harris. Who is a controversial figure in the ufo. World as it is is lending credence to these stan. Romanek stuff. She has recently published a book docked belay about the trinity crash which is still you know like it's been the bone it's thin now. It's like it's real. It's kind of like the ashtec asked crash. Because it's you know it was initially debunked i it kind of buried the almost buried the career. Frank scully. the the as tech we mexico crash and then we'll and she's coming off in this one she said these are translates written word for word. And that's what. That's the only thing that i'm putting in this book is he. They actually said we can at least fix the fuck. Yeah little editing would would be great we Like it doesn't take that much. Just take a little time hire somebody. It's worse than planned from quote unquote bob. You know the ghost rider for now..

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"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"In one of the things he was talking about right in india that you can even talk about the nda. Then there's eleven code words at the end of it one of these covert was tabasco. Yes win the guy would come. He goes the general. Says you like the tabasco. He's off. He's like i've been activator. That reminds me of When i used to work in the restaurant industry we had code code. Words for just about everything from angry customers to attractive customers Attractive customers by the way. Were shredded cheddar. I have no idea why there's no like a there's no euphemism hidden in their h. I but that's what it was tabasco that just that goes right along with that. May maybe maybe clifford worked in. A restaurant is simply maybe selby john. Some friends back in the day worked at megared rewards and on their forget that when a attractive person came in they would say over. The speaker can get a price checking a thirteen inch. Admiral which they make admiral television a- alive at the time when they were selling thirteen inch television. So we at the time when montgomery. Ward's i remember having to stop montgomery wards on my way to college because we had you hold my buddy and i were picking up his his mattress mr brandon rakowski. We'll shout out there. So yeah you heard a little bit about clifford's tone before the show and we're going to give you a little bit of his baxter dive too far into it. Who was this clifford stone. That's involved for all. This crash retrieval. He was a former army sergeant. And we have lots of those out there but the thing that sent him apart is he had a unique skill. Set niessen The xactly he was special and some have even reported him as a savant with telepathy. So that's not something that's on everyone's resume. I don't know if you know that or not. That's a resume builder. You forgot the idiot part. That's true rate..

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"clifford" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Not my favorite thing in the world to do to talk about mastercard. And why i believe. It was a screaming by at the time of its. Ipo which are relatively rare for an ipo in my opinion but mastercard great business. Bob cost ameris of wells. Capital management happened to be watching one of those segments a few days later i get a call from him and he said ryan. Let's explorer whether you'd like to come to the buy side at wells cab. That's a great call. It was wonderful. Call it wasn't a slam dunk. He was based in the milwaukee area. I was in chicago. My family and i we were well. Established had children in school and some special programs that we didn't want to leave but he found a way several months later through a man named dick weiss who's a fantastic investor opened up his office in chicago. So i could work remotely with bob. Customer service team small team we manage small-cap mid cap and large cap assets. But i was one of only two senior analysts on the team. When i was hired and essentially my job in two thousand seven i was brought in to cover financial services and also being a generalist which fits to the state in two thousand seven. Obviously an interesting time to join the buy side. Bob had identified that there. Some excesses in the market. Specially in financials zero financials waiting for value manager. That's unbelievable yeah coming into seven and then of course we know what happened after that and my job was to pick through the rubble and find the best ideas. I could in the financials and in some other areas of that wonderful experience bob wonderful investor especially a deep value investor. One of the things i learned and honed during my time at wells capital was the idea of having odds severely in your favor before you make an investment in a deep valley company so oftentimes i think deep value investors. Get in trouble just buying cheap stocks. Stocks are often cheap for a reason. So bob wanted to know. Find some catalysts for these companies. What's going to cause them from going. From deeply undervalued towards a fair value estimate within a reasonable timeframe and importantly another aspect of his investing was three to one reward to risk ratio. At least three times more potential upside towards a fair value estimate then potential downside meaning. How much stock drop. This is a little bit different. But essentially we came up with a draconian scenario of. Let's say things get worse. Stock remains out of favor. How much lower could it go from our by price as long as we saw three times more potential upside to a reasonable fair value than downside using that type of a draconian estimate. We felt really good about the odds being in our favor. So that's something. I learned a ton from bob. He was a great trader great investor and then in twenty ten wells going through some transactions and it was a great time to start clifford capital partners as the last remaining senior analyst on that team after the financial crisis. We actually did quite well. We exited the financial crisis a five star fund in our flagship mid cap product. But it was time to start. Clifford capital so in two thousand ten way in and i were linked arms and jumped and started clifford capital partners in april of twenty and started managing money in august of two thousand ten. And here we are eleven years later still kicking. That's an amazing story. And starting a firm believer people that love investing. But they're very few that have the gumption to start their own companies. So is that an easy transition. It's a journey and we're thankful for all the lessons we've learned from this journey ultimately. Why did i start my own firm. We firmly believe that managing money the way we do. We'll help our investors over time a concentrated portfolio Twenty five to thirty five names and our stock portfolios. Every name is going to make a difference. We have a margin of safety type value philosophy. These aren't differentiator just the nuts and bolts of how we do what we do bottom up research every name. We have deep knowledge of trying to find ideas that the market is temporarily discounting for a variety of reasons but we have the ability to go in a very bottom up focus in a market this increasingly top down. We focus on individual stocks. The end result of that concentration. Bottom focus is Higher active share our all cap is our flagship. it's been around for about eleven years now russell. Three thousand values are benchmark. It's not a particularly great benchmark. There really isn't one for an all cap manager. We're aware of our benchmark but we're not driven by benchmarks. Those are the nuts and bolts. But i'll tell you what i think. Actually differentiates us. There's a few things. We identified five things that we believe our differentiator edge if you will. The first is a blend of core value in deep value. So wide moat high-quality competitively advantaged businesses and then deep value opportunistic investments. So the core values site is the majority of our portfolio. Fifty to seventy five percent deep. Value is just based on opportunities. We think of these. And they're very different types of return streams but they're both alpha rich areas of the market in our opinion when you combine them at a discount using an analogy. I'm a lifelong phoenix suns fan. I grew up in the phoenix area. One of the reasons. They're a good team this year. Is they have a great defense. They have a wonderful offense but offense isn't always there. There's some nights your offense just isn't going to be clicking. The defense keeps them in the game. So when i look at our core value deep value split deep values are offense. The reason we buy a deep value stock is we see a tremendous bargain. Our highest return stream since inception and looking forward. We would expect to be from the deep vice leave. It's been that way in the past. We expect it to be that way in the future. That's the only reason we would buy a deep value stock. We see tremendous upside versus limited downside. But the offense isn't always there so the core value keeps us in the game. You can think twenty twenty great microcosm of this when the market rolled over hard during the beginning stage of the pandemic our core values sleeve held up. It kept us in the game. And then we found some tremendous bargains on the deep value side. And that's the second competitive edge if you will or differentiator of our strategy is when the opportunities arise. We have the ability to overweight the deep value sleeve of our portfolio. So we think the mix is relatively unique. Most managers focus on one or the other either wide moat or deep value. Pretty rare to see the combo but we have the ability to purposefully. Increase that deep value sleeve waiting when it makes sense to do that from stock by stock basis. We've actually done analysis of this and over the first eleven years almost eleven years of our all cap strategy. It's added an incremental. Fifty percentage points to the total return the ability to opportunistically overweight that deep values leave and then the third point is key thesis points for every individual stock that we research the entire aim of our bottom up researched identify fundamental catalysts long-term catalysts that will improve the prospects of the businesses. We invest in. This is really important because finding cheap stocks computer can do. It's very easy to see statistically inexpensive companies and that's not enough in our opinion were looking for companies that have key catalysts that will propel their futures over and above what the market expects. I think that's a great point because one of the arguments i make on y values struggled over the last ten or fifteen or twenty years is that computers can really arbitrage away a lot of your advantages if all you're looking at the numbers so you've got to look at something very different because the numbers can be arbitrage away. There's nothing special about that. And that's one of the the lessons. I think that i've learned over. The last thirty years is a competitive advantage of just crunching. Numbers doesn't exist anymore. Maybe thirty or forty years ago at did not today. So that idea of looking around catalysts for change i think which is a more artsy subjective side. Is i think exciting one of the reasons you had so much excess return. I couldn't agree more. Paul one of the things we learn about active management. We actually as i think about it. I view the computer as one of our biggest competitors. One thing computers not very good at is identifying which opportunities better than another which catalysts are more important than another kind of going back to my kpmg experience i think core competitive advantage of clifford. Capital of my personal investment style is identifying those things that really matter the most. It's usually only a handful of things that make the difference between a great investment and us. Oh investment the ability to identify those focus on those helps us ignore the noise in the marketplace and focus on each company what they can actually control. They can improve their fundamental. They can improve their financial statements. They can prove their balance sheets which leads to better stock price performance. We think that's absolutely absolutely critical to our process in a high conviction way and the other thing a computer can do is tell me how much of my portfolio should be an individual opportunity..

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Defense Helps No. 19 Penn State Edge No. 12 Wisconsin 16-10

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Defense Helps No. 19 Penn State Edge No. 12 Wisconsin 16-10

"A pair of late interceptions allowed nineteenth right Penn state to secure a sixteen ten win over number twelve Wisconsin at Madison U. kwon brisker and Jerry Brown picked off Graham Mertz deep in Penn state territory in the final two and a half minutes Penn state coach James Franklin on the road it's a really good opponents twenty ranked opponent your kids will happen today no one came broke a ten ten tie with a two yard touchdown run with nine seventeen laughed John Dodson had a forty nine yard touchdown catch for Penn state and also set up Kane score with a forty two yard reception he finished with five receptions for one hundred two yards Penn state quarterback Sean Clifford was eighteen of thirty three for two hundred forty seven yards I'm the ferry

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Jimmy Carter Did What!?!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Jimmy Carter Did What!?!

"I just learned something that has blown my mind about violence that took place blood was shed on the floor of the. Us capital in one thousand nine hundred fifty four was off by two years. I thought it was one thousand nine hundred. Eighty two nine hundred fifty four when a national liberation group opened fire in the us house they. These terrorists shot five congressman. Now listen to this. Oh my gosh. And this has got a political component to it. 'cause where do you hear jimmy. Carter did with these terrorists to blow your mind. I'm telling you you cannot make this crap up. I keep hearing julia battling in my mind. Do republican party has lost their way. Where did you hear what democrat jimmy. Carter did with the terrorists who tried to murder five members of congress very on the floor debating a mexican farm labor bill when three men and a woman from puerto rico who were intent on gaining independence for the us territory. Storm the visitor's gallery and fired automatic pistols at the members of the house the barrage twenty to thirty rounds from luger's hit five house members. The barrage lasted for about a minute. Before capitol police subdued the shooter's now. I would think that's an insurrection. You're going in. You're trying to murder members of congress on the floor of the us. Alright of the five wounded representative alvin bentley. A republican from michigan representative ben johnson. A republican from iowa suffered the most the most serious injuries the other three members representative kenneth roberts democrat from alabama clifford davis from tennessee. George fallon for maryland. They were shot in the leg or the hip. Okay the banner headlines all over the country. Five congressmen are shot. A group of men and women shouting free. Puerto rico fired automatic pistols from the house gallery at congress members. Hit at least five. Okay now this is where it gets. Good the shooters were charged with assault with intent to kill. They tried to assassinate members of the united states congress right they were tried in federal court convicted and received life sentences. Here's the one line it's going to blow your. I got a role. I gotta have a real democrat. Jimmy carter commuted their sentences in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and they return home to florida rico.

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Real nerdy shit and go to our shop a five page for some real nerdy merch next week or getting old space jam yup. We're a movie. That david is going to be your. I mean look. If david. I know it was frustrating for you to have to talk to these larger questions of clifford at the end of this episode so it must be a relief to know that next week will be a warm bath of you just watching. A very comforting honestly made straightforward. Dirt's no no one had any notes on this space. Jam legacy yes. Well you'll say what. I went to my low comp store the other day sure. Dc recently published a space jam. Graphic novel adaptation. Which i believe is sums up the plot of the movie right early some of it. Yeah i leafed through that. I have a lot of questions. Great cool i did. I did like a flip book just to try to get a sense of some of the things that are happening. And i'm more confused out but that's what we're doing next week. My brother jamesy newman's triumphant return to the podcast space jam to a new legacy week after that old week after that. We're talking dark star Going into john carpenter That's all we need to say. Stay tuned for Clifford three tumor dragon emperor which i currently have scheduled for twenty twenty five And as always want say..

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Is narrating john. Cleese right and you have this sort of like planet. Earth cogliano scott. He's style slow-motion yorker footage right on camera hammer in this movie as well in addition and this movie right. Who's this who's playing uncles he jack. Whitehall okay david. This is jack whitehall. British comedian starve his own sitcom now. Hollywood is trying to make him a leading man. He also plays emily blunt brother in jungle cruise. Who is apparently the first openly gay character in the disney movie. They keep saying oh my okay wait not big now and then he grows big overnight. Just beethoven yeah poppy. This is hilarious. Because there's the thing he's huge guys'll how big years i mean look. Here's my i complain about this movie. It takes place in new york city. This premise doesn't work in your city. There is no space big enough for this dog right. But that's the whole the ho- keenan. The whole thing is like there. He broke away. 'cause he's so heavy guys. He's jokes. come on big city. It's like you know we all know. Clifford lives in an anonymous suburban town. But what if you know for the movie we level up. Why are you so in a ball. You know people do that. That's working at no feel like it's a things just looks like shit and he's not big enough. He just ate a dog okay. That was touch. That was good now. When the when the first teaser came out people were complaining about the color of clifford right that was sort of like muddy red saturated and now i feel like he's he's more saturated but it's dark red. It's like a blood red clifford in this movie appears to be like maybe the size of a suv or he's not big enough. How fucking book do you want him to be. As opposed to be like the child you know is like riding on him and his barely noticeable like. He's supposed to be huge well. This is just the first movie they have to go somewhere in the sequels. These may be still a puppy. I'm with david. I think they fucked up. They fucked up big time. I mean here. A couple of things i want to say about it one. I understand what you're saying david. The premise is clifford. Big dog big city. Right as i remember it from the original clifford book. Perhaps i am wrong but my memory is that they live in the city and then once he gets so big they moved to the suburbs because they can't fit him in any more rights. Were this trailer loses. Me and credibility is the moment that they wake up and he suddenly big and he hasn't destroyed their entire new york city apartment. That the ceilings are high enough to fit him that he can walk from room to room that they live wholeheartedly. I mean with high ceilings. No less come on. I think the only place in new york city that clifford could fit into is jeffrey epstein mansion. And i'm sorry does feel like that's the only space big enough for him and i watched this movie trailer and i see that clifford is fitting under the roof. And i ask. How did they afford this place. Where did they work. and what did they know. you know. you don't make this kind of money honestly to have clifford size apartment. Yeah i my problem is that the movie looks just did nothing interesting. Happened except clifford was running around except right at the dog so that was sort of interesting. He spent the dog out but still little tension there. Now let me say this. I hope this isn't breaking any andy. I forget that. I signed the fucking for years ago. Or whatever from my memory of the audition sides that. I read the conflict of this movie. Is that geneticists. Want to use clifford to grow other animals to be this size to solve world hunger. That's part of the log line for this movie so it's definitely leading with that that there's like an oak element to this where where the girl doesn't want clifford to be turned into food. I think that's what tony males who doesn't want to be like a science experiment. Or whatever i think tony hale might be the villain. She doesn't want clifford to be fed to the gaping mob capitalism. Okay whatever. now. I'm not i know. No i'm not gonna truck with this. You fucked up. I don't try and sell me on Well clifford yeah. It's about no it's not. You should just had a big red dog who causes trouble for ninety minutes and then got out of there. You honestly does it. Beethoven have science wanna can have beethoven to write turner member. He's like wait a second. They wanna they wanna capture beethoven to comedy show or they want to capture beethoven second. No no no. That was really great. Hold on hold holds. David hold thank you. I guess for applause david david. They're still going there. I mean those standing. Oh right there. I have to go i have to go. I think maybe beethoven. They're just trying to euthanize them. I just remember beethoven at the end. He's like captured by veteran after free. Beethoven it's a drool scientist. Actually but i think it's just like kind of a classic dogcatcher thing like i don't think they want to do like a science experiment on beethoven. So clifford has more energy. What rosie perez and david alan grier in this movie. I believe david allen gears the voice of clifford the big red dog. Wow i might seek to see that david allen grier vocal for clifford is how he is credited talks. I don't think so. I think he just barks in the books. He didn't talk and then they did. The fucking cartoon show that turned into clifford's really big movie. And that was john ritter as clifford could talk but only two other dogs cool. Sure love to be a fly on that wall. You know what i mean. I don't know what you mean adult here. Dogs talk to each other especially a big dog talking to a small dog. Like i mean what would it be like. That's a podcast right. There big go big dog. Small dog griffin and the episode. Now begging you know some of it's over. I gotta go chiffon fallon's in it yes. She's great rodriguez plays alonzo. bodega owner. Sounds good all right. I'll close it out so this blank. Check with griffin. And david i forgot all of it so actually know griffin has to do it or you can do it. Maybe for listening. Please remember to rate review and subscribe. Thank you to marie. Bharti for our social you joe. Bowen and pat rounds for our work. Thank you lee. Montgomery and the great american novel four our theme song. No research was done for this episode. What's true note you blankie dot ready dot com for.

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Doing that. and clearly. that's what drives him is making people laugh but also link jimmy glick had this clifford energy where it's like sitting down with genuine gigantic superstars and just trying to say the most harmful things to them right and also sweetness. The the weird kind of like what which is so funny. He's acting like an innocent sycophant. But says is the most kind of like laser focus like sniper shot to their ego like it was such specific hits to whatever that person's complex would be and then he tried to do. It is a movie and it didn't work for people but something about primetime glick where it was just like that show is ii criminally impossible to watch now. They went on a rabbit hole month or two ago watching whatever clips. I could find on youtube. And they're just so goddamn good but it's like is that like the best format he will ever find is like just playing the biggest character with like the most accoutrements. You know the most like ticks and everything and just for six minutes figuring out how to turn every single word into a blade against these people. Okay so way. We're calling this episode clifford to hyper clifford and we're talking about martin short career. What about if we right here. I now tried to like put into the world. a sequel the clifford old trafford. I look i wanna throw out. I said near seventy he is in fact seventy one. He looks incredible. But what you were asking is. What would we pitch for your to start seventy one year-old martin short 'cause we're at the halfway point the seat the future sequence in clifford. Twenty fifty christ's movie was made at the start of the nineties. It's now the start of the twenty twenties. Were pretty much halfway into clifford's like so he doesn't have to be reformed in two thousand nine hundred twenty if you if you made a movie set in this decade maybe. Maybe it's a prison break movie. I mean because i'm assuming he's going to end up in prison at one point. Or though i guess i can now spoiler alert. He ends up of priests well. I understand that. But i'm still thinking like he doesn't have to own like immediately. Become a good kid. That is a fucking wild thing to think about. The the amount of grotesque old age makeup on martin short at the beginning and end of this movie is to sell him being seventy years old one year younger than he is current new. See him now and he looks great and he looks me it. Looks like he's melting in In the movie he looks like a wax figure came to life and as in the heat. Yeah it's a very interesting thing to think what the you want to know what the middle years are like. Yes gap right. Yeah what does he like in college. You know didn't go to college. Does he become essentially a professional criminal. Did he become a professional criminal. All these things maybe he steals dinosaur bones. You know what i mean. He's like he get involved in the black market dino bones. I guess the question is like knowing that the priest wraparound was re-shoots done later demanded by the studio right To try to make this movie. More palatable is there is there a thought that you approach clifford to and say that's not cannon like the priest wraparound are quivalent to the voice over in blade. Runner will. Let's get back to the purity of the original vision. Let's not accept that as clifford's future. Yes that's exactly what i'm saying. You can just cut that ow and then we can. I don't know we'll do a you know Maybe it's like the spirit of clifford effect. Somebody else right. that's kind of fun. Like sort of like body switch kind of thing. Sure like it follows. Exactly follow clifford. Yeah his spirit possesses. Someone phone's ringing grit obey. I have no idea we don't know so we'll we'll find out. And here's how we're going to find out. Click danny zuko again. Go speaking like lonely else's chatou sandy's hanging out with a friend. I don't know how to spend time alone with my own thoughts. So what's up. danny. I solved your summer nights and your summer day so i don't know what the problem could be. The third problem is son is.

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Title character. I wanna say yes. There's that other movie around this time that he was the lead in that i'm forgetting what is call each one about pure luck pure luck buddy comedy with glover. Lover he's unlucky. He was paired with some thug. Interspecies paired rights three amigos and ron. He's paired red cross my heart the one with the netto tool. That's like that's sort of like a rom com where they're like. That's like a farce to being his purely movie. Maybe that's what i was thinking of. Yeah but like you say what are the only times that they're really selling you like martin short is x. Yes could america. Just not handle that. Like is that part of the as tom was saying. Look this is kind of the most pure martin martin short star persona as a sketch actor so on like in like. Is it just too intense. Like i mean. Obviously there's like the jimmy click movie or you know things like that but that doesn't that doesn't really count the same way. That's not like a big movie. But i do think like i feel like most people agree. That martin short is one of the funniest people alive right me. People go like i don't get it. I don't like it. Like he feels like a guy that crosses all kinds of boundaries but he needs to sort of be functioning as the counterpoint. To something else to like a relatable normal i think part of it is maybe that like his fastball. Is this kind of like disingenuous schmooze e bullshitting kind of thing right like he's always playing with this level of era. That's 'cause he. And steve martin do so much stuff together right and still to this day and steve martin started out as a very heightened. Kind of show biz phoney idiot character and then over the years was able to for better or worse evolve or devolve into playing like mr america. Mr dad straight guy. He's the normal one. Everyone else is kind of like wacky right. And he's the one who's rolling his eyes like he went from playing the jerk to being the guy who plays the guy that the jerk menaces i don't think martin short has that in his repertoire. i'm not saying that He couldn't do it but i think he is. So disinterested in that. And i think even like from my limited experience working with him and everything. This is like how he operates at all times. i think nothing amuses him. More than people Arrogantly confidently blithely hurting other people confrontationally. His thing is so interesting because he is ultimately. I guess you categorize him as an entertainer. he's never been consumed with the thing is like well. This is going to be the role that finally people take me seriously as an actor outside of a couple of things here and there held brew inherent vice or. He'll do this that he was not gonna win any words within his role in inherent vice which just an insane injection of martin short game to it. He's interested in entertaining people and using any any skill set. He has that will make that the result. He will use the thing he does not have. Its steve martin has or did not do not always have because he was also an entertainer at one point where he was to do magic if that worked and he would play banjo if that made you have a good time or do standup. But then appoint steve. Martin became clearly interested in being serious and being an artist. Martin short seemed like he has always been interested an entertainer. And i don't it does not seem like that changed at any point it also. There's there's something so like vaudevillian about martin short. I mean even just watching like His his physical comedy in ness. Obviously his dancing you know but but even just the way he he takes hits and stuff in the book ends. The beginning end of the movie is the old man and all that sorta shit. It's like there's a certain degree. I think especially with comedy stars. Where like these people pop. Because they're goodness sitcom or tv show or supporting part movie where they get to just beat the color right where they don't have to handle story wait. They don't have to be an emotional anchor for anything. They could just be pure funny. And then whatever point people go. Maybe you're a leading man they start to like cut some of the edges off and simplify it and go like here's the normal guy version of your persona and then here are the couple moves will let you do on. Top of that. Steve you can still throw in a couple. Excuse me's but the rest of the time you're supposed to be this sort of like milk toast avatar of suburban dad and you could argue that as you said on lake. He gets steve. Martin gets to a point where he gets more serious in his interest. And then i think because of that movies for him literally just become a vehicle to make money to buy more paintings right. He's just does the calculation of like. If i take these four things off of my persona i will be acceptable as a father and a movie and i'll take my twenty million dollars and go home and write my play and sit in my study. And that's what i care about and that's fine to me. I don't care but aren't short. Even now intellect his like near seventies is a guy who is like a vaudevillian. Who's like i'm going to use every single thing in the trunk. Every time i go out there You know he's a maximalist terms. And i'll do anything to make them laugh. And i think that works when you're putting someone in the third or fourth position in a movie and then any audience can go well. That guy's just funny. When you're asking the guy to kind of anchor the thing and carry it along. I think for some people it just turns them off because it's too much. Yeah and he. It's very telling that when martin short reached a certain point in his career what he did was create. Jiminy glick where he was like. I'm going all the way back to where i started which was with insane character work and and to just have an opportunity to do that and to just be a character repeatedly in shorter bursts and not just in movies that made sense to him and that he also try the talk. Show at one point like that. That's where alex started. Was that that that ten. Am talk show. He had which was trying to be him bringing his sensibility to a place that might be a vehicle for it but turned out it. I guess it wasn't..

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Ironically cable guy evokes a movie that charles grodin did early in his career as rosemary's baby. Yeah i feel. Yeah i feel that. There's a strange connection between these three movies that that sense of just of just dread running under a beneath real seemingly real life that the horror there right there's demonic forces well and like the exact thing i like about cable guy is that ben stiller directs the shit out of it treats it like it's like an adrian line movie or something but i think that's another thing that threw people off about it like that's that's another movie where people were angry when it came out not just that it wasn't like i'm interested in this sub this subcategory of comedies that made people furious and also seem to like unnerved them obviously cable guy the resolve the discourse about carries paycheck. But also. wasn't it kind of just like this. Is not the movie star i signed up for. I was all about jim carey when he emerged like his movies. Were fun and madcap. And this is not like the jim carrey. I've been promised. I want one. Jim carrey movie a year. That is fun because it was at that point it was ace ventura dumb and dumber and the mass where everything that every and then was did he do was batman. Right after cable. I think batman same year right. Yeah i think. Batman and as venture to are the same year the year before cable guy so that was his whole who've at that poem insure to is that quick. It is one year later right right. But that's no but that is a good point because that's another thing. Is that like carry movies at that point in time where completely unconcerned with real world consequences right like those are movies. That all kind of met at the level and the energy of carries performances. Everything was only taken seriously as kerry would take it whereas cable guy is like here is like a matthew broderick movie that is being invaded by this other force and the pitch of the movie is closer to broderick. And the kerry element is like the disruptive force much like clifford. You could argue where it's like. This is maybe pitched for most of its time. More like charles grodin movie that has this one sinister element you keep saying sinister. I i like in clifford is just. He's like inventive. He you know. He is inventor. I looked up to clifford. I was like i should really try it up my game here. You've talked about the fact that you feel like this movie is the closest you've ever come to seeing your relationship with your father represented on. Its as a young boy as like a preteen. This was like we're very good at getting under your father's skin in a very particular way. Yeah yeah yeah for sure like trying to figure out some way to get my dad mad enough at the toy store that he would just buy me the thing i wanted. You know like yeah. Yeah so this movie was influential. And i mean i really feel like we've covered this and it's just it's like hearing is really reinforcing it for me in that. The movies Perspective is like kind of from the adults right. But really if you look at it from clippers point of view he's getting screwed around and so he's standing up for himself and sure he calls in a fake bomb threat you know. And he throws at his uncle's how suray jer. Okay stunning some of the edges on clifford. I gotta just say he's he just look at his dynamic when he's on the plane with his muscles he's he makes jokes to his father's face about him having a stroke and he's just like daddy destroyed because you're gonna talk like he's he's that's the meanest thing you can say to somebody they cut in. The plane is one of the few times where they cut to old clifford again. Do you think that's because they're like jesus. He's coming on so strong. We need to cut back. To old clipper for him to say like a thing. They heard right because he also will go down. The aisle of the plane holding his arms elliott hitting strangers in the head. Just because he's not he's not always a victim he's he is a monster but he's a mar. That can placate. If you just respect the monster. I think there are two independent troops going on in this movie which is no one really listens to clifford or tries to earnestly engage on level also. He is a figure of pure chaos. Yes right yes just because there's a way to satisfy clip it doesn't mean the clifford his good kid. Kim clifford is definitely not a good kit. He's not he's not misunderstood. Don't forget ben that he looks out when he's at the airport. Waiting for uncle martin tacoma. He looks through the crack of the door and sees him before he does that whole. I love my uncle martin. Routine it's the most calculate you see him. Calculate that moment sure of course and you know at the same time. I don't know if any of us would have the ability to actually go through with getting a pilot to have to land the plane. i mean. that's impressive come on. Oh it's very impressive. Yeah ben is just so overwhelmed by the scale of what clifford is able to execute. Yeah i mean he's operating at a high level. Like if i'm a shoplifter he's a bank robber. Yes yeah and the the part that makes clifford scary to me is when you realize that he's he can do show tunes and he has full awareness of like adult things that no child on the planet for him to dislike trick his uncle to get on a train to san francisco and which we don't even know how he did that also because we see him in the distance. But it's not like. I don't know like it's a mastermind to get him to get on that train and leave so that he can go see that his uncle can go see his fiancee. Get hit on by. Dabney coleman like it's like he's he's playing four dimensional chess if anybody that gets thrown around now. Clifford truly was playing four chess. He was thinking several moves ahead. We should also point out. This is before the internet. okay. Yes i mean he. He's doing this all anna lock. He's making a clause he's grabbing a phonebook. He's figuring shit out he's raise cutting tape. He met a bunch of dumb teens and told them you guys can party my house. Like he's saying it's my house if you take me dinosaur world tomorrow. The lack of process is good. The fact that we don't see so much of this only makes clifford feel more powerful. You don't see the planning but also that you don't always understand the motivation of what he's doing like you understand. His objective is just get to dinosaur world eventually right but something like the party. What does that do in the short term. Clifford is really. He's just kind of jazzing. You know he's just kind of like feeling it out going with the flow of what he thinks. Cosmic lee should happen. Because you could argue some of it is like Reciprocation for the fact that Uncle martin is not listening to him but like a lot of these sort of like a menace versus beleaguered man. Movies were talking about you. Know there's there's a specific point for the embarrassment. It's a distraction it so they can get the upper hand something like him. Repeating the rug commented..

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"This movie makes sense if you think about. The career of the previous generation of comedians. Like jerry lewis. Yes yeah that is your sleep context in which it makes sense because jerry lewis could've done this movie at the peak of his career or rather. Let's say a movie with this pitch right. He plays a little boy who causes chaos for his uncle. And no one would have added an eyelid. If he did that in the fifties or sixties that note. if he would've loved it yes they would've they would've loved it too much. The french would have given it a medal of honor. lauded up and down the boulevard. I do think at the moment this movie comes out through. It would have been. Oh i'm sorry yes Don larue moment. This movie comes out. I don't think there's really that much of a context for this. Other than this is the thing i i was kinda stupid on wall re watching it because also just talking about the movies of this ilk that we have covered or talked about adjacent to movies. We've covered. that had such an angry response comedies. That had such an angry response. It's very odd. That like Pbs big adventure totally works. It's very odd. That's the only movie. I would argue of like the eighties nineties into early two thousands. That has this kind of vibe and there are other movies. We haven't covered on the podcast. But i feel like had similar angerer but pee-wee's big adventure is set in tim burton's universe like it's not set in the real world right point. My point is so incredibly heightened. Yeah why just talking in terms of the court of public opinion. Why was timber able to pull this off in. No one else was. Because i think beetlejuice a mild mood but also falls into this where he was the one guy who figured out a way to package these types of premises. This type of chaos. This type of sort of surreal imagery into a box. That like a people liked. That made them happy. I think part of what makes peewee work. Is that other when that movie came an eighty five he. Paul reubens never did anything other than being pete like everybody. There was such a misery around. It was circle was close circle. And you entering. The you didn't know paul reubens from other things and now he's doing this character he had fully created his own context for you to understand the move and he when he promoted the movie watch he went on he would only go on letterman as peewee and everything was him. It was like a self contained world that you could enter and not feel like a movie star was playing this weird kid you were it was just peewee was peewee all the time right to where it was like shocking when you'd see like cheech and chong movies and suddenly be like oh paul reubens is in this movie as a different character. That was like legitimately surprising to me to see him that early. Doing things i mean. I knew he was not peewee. Herman i like. I like but but it was still enough of a mystery that that You could hand yourself over to that world completely. But i feel like the dinosaur world sequence in. This has a real early. Tim burton vibe to it and cabin boy is another. Analog is a movie that was written for tim burton and then he decides just produce instead and i think adam resnick directs. That movie very well and visually does a lot of the types of things. You imagine tim. Burton would've done and people were like absolutely not and david. Letterman spent two fucking decades plus making fun of his own involvement in that movie Yeah that's letterman's that's how letterman was like emotionally processing like you say the dinosaur world thing is bernie but it comes at the end of a movie that is not always if not even a complaint from me that this movies in heightened enough because i think that adds to the tension and the horror of clifford but this is a movie about regular people like he is he is i mean i guess peewee has that a little bit. Peewee is odd. Other people are less odd than peewee. Peewee strange interloper. It's still a weird world much weirdo world right. And so it. All just like logic is just kind of out the window. Clifford like charles. Grodin has very mundane problems. He's trying to you know. Get a relationship. Nailed down and get a contract sign. Get like these are just any any movie goers sort of like yeah. This guy's like a middle class guy is trying to buy a house in shit and clifford is is like a genie that he opened a bottle in this horrible. Like creature came out. There's no amazing. Larry clifford and clifford doesn't start with like five minutes of danny elfin music over rube goldberg machines. All these things that just sort of like urban. He lost his bike. That's it that's what happened. He lost someone stole his bike. He's gotta get his. That's it clifford. Clifford wants to go to dinosaur world shirt but also groans got all this bullshit that is just regular human existence movie. I feel like has a spiritual connection to clifford. that is cable. I guess another right. Who is this guy. Why is he behaving outside of societies dorms. Right like you should not have touched this guy. Now he's in your life and that's that's really stylized comedy with performance that is in an entirely different pitch than every other performance in the movie. Another thing that. I think just kind of upset people. Yeah.

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"One. Last thing david that ad read you just did. A- was electrifying. I can't wait to talk to you again sometime. Danny yeah comeback. I think you're gonna come back. I think this one's working on thinking. I'll come back. Clifford is pure it. I do think you are correct that the key to reading this movie is recognizing that no one is dealing with clifford appropriately. That everyone is always has their own agenda. They're trying to push. They're not actually trying to meet him on his own level. You know everyone who gets the wrath of clifford is also to some degree trying to change clifford. Keep tussling his hair. He says he doesn't like that right. They think they can control him. Clifford is like the weather and unlike these other moves or taco at the kid liberation movies. I feel like those movies have scenes that are very didactic. Where like the kid goes like So my mom likes his hair will she still wanna date him if he doesn't have hair anymore. And then you see them like putting super glue on the inside of a hat and then you see the and then you see them. Getting caught and apologizing. Clifford doesn't have those sort of internal mecca nations like. He's like a shark and his only goal is to get too dino land right anything that gets in his way he will find a way to weave around but whereas grodin is like strategizing and getting things wrong. Clifford is just being clifford. Yeah and he does explain before certain scenes. He says like 'cause he's like well we can't go to our world but i'm we're going to go to the dinner party for sarah's parents anniversary and then he just says stefan his plastic dinosaur. He just says. Isn't it funny that he doesn't have time to for a little boy's dream has time to go to dinner like he'll like he's an he's that's fair yes because he's still is a ten year old and he just has a high level of processing. It's still a ten year olds brain. That has this. Mutated high high functioning adult sense of justice and retribution but within a ten year olds like code. There is an odd integrity to clifford that he says exactly what he's thinking at every moment and does not understand the games that adults play that office. Skate and complicate things. One of the most troubling moments is when he goes when he recruited He steals a walkman at the airport. Who says he kindly priest gave it to him. He steals a walkman so it can record. And he's like editing together a tape to make it sound like his uncle's calling in a bomb threat and but while he's editing it he says to stefan he goes do like uncle martin. And he's like i do like why he's destroying him. He says like. I liked him so to you tom. This is sort of a cautionary tale type movie where it's like. There was a way through this. That grodin does not identify you. Know he could have gotten away with he could have you know shown off clifford to his fiancee and impress her. And satisfied clipper and clifford and and get everything done for his. He could've done it but because he has the ego to be like. Wow this is just a kid. I can bassem around like i you know. That's that's his hubris. That's what the movie is about. He's he's you know he that is harm. You know people think they can do act. They can open the tumor. Whatever and they'll get you know they'll be fine. That is the undoing of uncle. Martin yes that he. He thought he could just shove a little kid. He thought he could just that. An adult priorities. Take precedent over a kids priorities but not to the degree that just like well. No i gotta do this the city planning and we'll figure your thing out. He's just like he's slamming. The door on clifford's dream saying hey man bad bad news. I got focus on this thing. We can't go to dinosaur world rather than funding solution to it right. Where's like beethoven. Whatever like the only mistake gruden makes beethoven. Is his kids. Want a dog. The dog shows up. The puppy shows up on their front door. And they'll come on and he's like okay. I mean. I don't wanna talk but okay. That's his only mistakes. A beethoven is more. That's that's just a metaphor for parenthood. Where it's like. Look it's just a nightmare. You're just gonna there's always something. Yeah there's always going to be something but this is a little fable or something like guess. That's why that opening credits. You kind of make sense like there's this fable element for everybody we could have. We could have figured this out now. Do you feel like all the priests stuff that re-shoot it was. That was all right. Guess right so. This movie was made by a ryan goes under. It sits on a shelf for three years and this was all shot the wrap around stuff in the future with the priest clifford mentoring a young boy. play this ben savage right. Yes it's Boy meets world savage. That was all shot like two three full years later. I think to try to at least yeah it is. It's a softening to just be like. Oh someday clifford gains conscience. There is funny material inness because martin short is funny. It is a very telling that martin short is like very beloved at the time. This movie is made and in the time that sits on the shelf. Life father of the pride Father of the bride. Not father of the pride. The dreamworks Siegfried and roy succumb. But father of the bride and captain ron and some other popular Martin short movies come out. So his star only increases arguably a at least as like a family comedy star and. This is a movie that does not let you see martin. Short play his own age once. He's either upsettingly. Old man comically old or frighteningly young. Yes right and there are parts when clifford looks older than uncle. Martin yes absolutely in the movie reports where you watch when when the lady swings the bag back to a hit uncle martin when she thinks her kid got all. He paid him to take his clothes off in the gas station bathroom. Which has made a joke. That i don't know if anybody would run with right now. A a funny funny misunderstanding moment of lady. I did not pay your child. Money to disrobe in a gas station. Men's room like what a fun miscommunication. It's like she swings the handbag back and hits clifford and like he looks like the adult like he looks like the forty forty year old that he was at that point. Yes when he's getting whacked there so there's so many odd things like that where he's either like you said he's eighty or he's ten and he's obviously neither he's forty which is also do. Do you feel that..

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Don't don't break promises. That's all look at his family. Richard kind is an uptight duchenne. His mama's drunk time like when they're on the plane the beginning. This kid have horrible has a horrible homelife. Maybe the mom drinks because of clifford. Ten years of clifford. What i imagine is going on there right there ten years in clifford and they just can't do it anymore but but david you're saying like watching clifford doesn't make you have a child in your opinion but does having a child make you want to enjoy clifford and even though you're dealing with an infant now you are you very quickly gotten into a more beleaguer. Dad's states i think as your friend. You are beleaguered your. We went to dinner the other night with the friends of ours. Who have children. And you were complaining about the sleep in the staying in crabby. Right just trying to talk it out. Because what i'm saying. Is this movie now. Work for you as a comedic. Exaggerations i do. Maybe that's part of it too. Where you're where i sympathize more with cliff like where i'm like. Yeah that's what you know. Growth is so flabbergasted by this this evil creature. That's been unleashed on him. And i'm like oh you know you gotta roll with it grodin. I think maybe that's one way. In which my my loyalties shifted. Where i'm like. yeah you know. Having a kid is very chaotic. That's okay he is using clifford. Don't forget that right right. No interest in clifford. He's using clifford and it all starts. The problem starts is when they're back at home and clifford watching television and charles grodin says. Let's shut the tv off time for bed and two in the morning in the morning. National geographic suspended watching watching on a geographic program and but clifford to be fair. He says he's very transparent. He says. I don't sleep as much as one might think the.

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"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Were meant to to know each other. And then our friendship grew from it and it spent something that has just meant a lot over the years and i've pulled multiple quotes from it for best show john and i have and run with wanna say mason and just it's just a very meaningful movie. 'cause it's also just so weird and it's such a turnoff to so many people to when they're just like way that movie and they're just like that seems like it's terrible right and you're just like well it you could say it's terrible like somebody who's just like i hated it's terrible. I kinda can't argue with you about. I can't i can't. It's not like seventy doesn't like a paul thomas anderson moving there just like that movie sucked and it's just like well. Maybe the movie then suck. Maybe you didn't like it but it's like it's not garbage but like this somebody could go make a case against it but i can make a case for it. I think that's so much of this movies. legacy is that People either love it or a kind of like upsets them. On a cellular level people are just kind of like immediately revolt by it. From the word go i think a lot of that is just the odd uncanny nature of martin short being a little boy in no one treating him any differently than any other child in the movie. Which weirdly has now come back around and is like a very prevalent thing like you have to critically adored. Tv shows which adult women play young children alongside a cast of other children with. What's your ten fifteen. What's the other one and the nissim. Patrolling chad it's just funny. That like clifford on its face. People were like nope absolutely not cannot put an adult next to kids dressed up like a little kid makes me uncomfortable and there might be a difference between male actors and female actors doing that. And what have you but it is interesting that both of those shows are very well like now. Chris gathered and i years ago. Were pitching and We had ifc. We're working on an adaptation of his book to write series and that was going to be the device of that and that we were getting that like seven years ago he would be at every says a teen or whatever right and yes he would act against whatever age group. The story took place in and it would have been like chris and and other at it. Chris and a bunch of eight year olds running from a ten year. Old would have been funding. Is like a ten year old bully and it haunts me. That never got filmed. That would have been the funniest thing. i've ever seen. Chris getting bullied pyan actual child. He's ideal for that. I feel like there's not like grodin couldn't do this right obvious. clean martin. Short is one of the few look. We did this episode for years ago. Ben picked this movie. This is a movie that i had never seen. I had a roommate who is a huge fan of the movie to the extent that they named their family name their dog clifford out of their shared love for the movie and then had to deal with the fact that there was a famous dog fictional dog named clifford that emerged later and i think i don't remember the episode very well griff but you can probably i think i was incredibly unsettled by martin short. Well i had a chance to quickly review it and hold a couple of quotes here. The david had said in the last episode. Well this movie is sick. Okay also said. I'm rooting for grown. And i'm sorry. I'm rooting for growing. I want him to kill this kid and get away with it. That's where i wanted to happen. It's because i want. I want him to build that transit system. I was kind of weirdly especially at the time i do. I do love transit infrastructure. It goes very sad for his dream. Imploded train you love infrastructure you hater house and you don't like parks don't like the parks don't but i do think i'd i had this general. I was so unsettled by the movie. I was impressed by how it settling. The movie was for me. Like it's not like i was like. Well that sucked. I was like nothing like this but now on this rewatch just i guess because maybe just i knew what i was in for and i knew what martin short was doing. I was more prepared for that. I lived with it in a very different way but also have four years like has the world becomes so like by clearer as well right that you're sort of like clifford's cassie like yeah. I mean to come on. Fuck charles. Grodin this guy. What wants to be good at his job. Like come on. Who cares about that anymore. Is that is that one reason that maybe my sided with clifford. A little more on this watch. I know i gotta say david Clifford hasn't changed. He's always been there. David has changed. David's changed your father. Now i mean that might be part of it david. I was trying to reckon with that because this is not a movie that would make you. You shouldn't want to have children after seeing clifford. This is not a. I don't know i think i would. I would want to have a kid like clifford. He seems fun. Well ben wants clifford. If you're cool with clifford clever is gonna be cool you you just don't lie to him..

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Dangerous and Historic Heat Hits the West

BBC Newsday

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Dangerous and Historic Heat Hits the West

"Meanwhile, the US Pacific Northwest home to cities like Portland and Seattle, is in the grip of a deadly heatwave. An area of high pressure, known as a heat dome has sent temperatures soaring in Oregon and Washington state and parts of Canada. And it's all expected to get even hotter. On Monday, Clifford Masses a local meteorologists, This is probably one of the most extreme weather events we've had here and in decades We have this high pressure area that's warming the air, and then we have this easterly flow that's descending down our mountains. As the air sinks down off the high terrain, it gets compressed and warned. And that's going to drive temperatures up. In fact, we're going to be breaking many ole time high temperature records. These are records going back over a century Portland in Oregon, set a new record on Sunday said You're almost is a journalist there. It's really hard. The National Weather Service recorded a temperature of 112 F. That's 44 degrees Celsius. Portland's known for rain and and it's not known for lunch, sunshine. So this is historic, and we've never seen this before. So do people have things like air conditioning? You know most people important don't have air conditioning. And there was a run on air conditioners here very early on this week, and a lot of stores have signs that say no AC no fans. It's becoming more common now. But it's not like Arizona or somewhere else where air conditioning is normal. And I guess houses armed built with the heat in mind. So What kind of problems will this cause for residents? Yeah, You know, the government took a proactive approach, knowing how Portland homes aren't built for the heat, so they opened up cooling centers. They're open 24 hours to people come in. And just like the Oregon Convention Center, People can come and bring their pets and cool down if they don't have a say in their homes. The governor also ease restrictions at theaters, pools and malls so that people can go just be inside of a shopping mall and cool down and they have also waived all the fees and public transportation so that people need to You know, get to a mall or get to a theater. They can ride the train or the bus for

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Devastating 'Heat Dome' Keeps Shattering Extreme Temp Records in North America

BBC Newsday

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Devastating 'Heat Dome' Keeps Shattering Extreme Temp Records in North America

"US Pacific Northwest home to cities like Portland and Seattle, is in the grip of a deadly heatwave. An area of high pressure, known as a heat dome has sent temperatures soaring in Oregon and Washington state and parts of Canada. And it's all expected to get even hotter. On Monday, Clifford Masses a local meteorologists, This is probably one of the most extreme weather events we've had here and in decades We have this high pressure area that's warming the air, and then we have this easterly flow that's descending down our mountains. As the air sinks down off the high terrain, it gets compressed and warned. And that's going to drive temperatures up. In fact, we're going to be breaking many ole time high temperature records. These are records going back over a century Portland in Oregon, set a new record on Sunday said You're almost is a journalist there. It's really hard. The National Weather Service recorded a temperature of 112 F. That's 44 degrees Celsius. Portland's known for rain and and it's not known for lunch, sunshine. So this is historic, and we've never seen this before. So do people have things like air conditioning? You know most people important don't have air conditioning. And there was a run on air conditioners here very early on this week, and a lot of stores have signs that say no AC no fans. It's becoming more common now. But it's not like Arizona or somewhere else where air conditioning is normal. And I guess houses armed built with the heat in mind. So What kind of problems will this cause for residents? Yeah, You know, the government took a proactive approach, knowing how Portland homes aren't built for the heat, so they opened up cooling centers. They're open 24 hours to people come in. And just like the Oregon Convention Center, People can come and bring their pets and cool down if they don't have a say in their homes. The governor also ease restrictions at theaters, pools and malls so that people can go just be inside of a shopping mall and cool down and they have also waived all the fees and public transportation so that people need to You know, get to a mall or get to a theater. They can ride the train or the bus for

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Steve Clifford out as Magic Head Coach as Orlando Enters Rebuild

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Steve Clifford out as Magic Head Coach as Orlando Enters Rebuild

"Coaching vacancies continues to grow. According to ESPN, the Orlando Magic and Steve Clifford agreed to mutually part ways after just three seasons that means or like Mando, Portland and Boston all in the market for a new head coach. As for the Wizards, well,

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"clifford" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"clifford" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Natalie was born on october thirty first. Eighteen seventy six in dayton ohio to a wealthy family from an early age. Natalie was drawn to art writing in the french-language her family had homes in. Cincinnati washington d. c. And bar harbor maine. Natalie also went to an exclusive boarding school in france. Natalie was very intelligent and defiant. She earned the nickname. The amazon for riding her horse astrid instead of sidesaddle as was customary for women at the time in eighteen ninety six. Natalie moved to paris time in her work. She focused on writing poetry and short form pieces and french. These writings focused on love and grief inspired by the classics. Natalie also spent much of time socializing settling in her stream. Non monogamous lover's began. Natalie was unabashedly herself and was open about her sexuality. She said i am a lesbian. One need not hide it or boast it still her sexual exploits were fodder for much gossip in paris. Her love life in fired. Many acclaimed works of literature including land pujols even in nineteen one and radcliffe halls. The well of loneliness in nineteen twenty eight in one thousand nine hundred. Natalie published a book of love poems. Two women that caused great scandal especially with her family after the collection made headlines in the washington papers. Natalie's father alpert stormed into the publisher's office to buy and destroy every remaining copy and printing plate of the work. The controversy didn't deter natalie from being her authentic self. She said mike weirdness is not a vice is not deliberate and harms. No one in nineteen. To natalie's father passed away and natalie inherited a substantial amount of money seven years later in nineteen o nine. Natalie moved to rusia kkob and launched. What would become a long lasting weekly literary salon every friday. Natalie entertained intellectuals artists at her home from colette to f scott fitzgerald gertrude. stein and truman capote writers. Would mingle share their work. And listen to others natalie. Particularly used her own influence to support the work of women literary salon was an institution through the roaring twenties in nineteen twenty seven. Natalie took a step further in her support of women. Writers and helped found a group called the academy. Defend a response to the all-male bastion of academie francaise. The group included many famous women writers of the day and its members got additional attention at salons where they could read their in progress or yet to be published work in nineteen thirty. Natalie published the one who is legion. Her only novel in english. The book follows the story of a person who commits suicide and is brought back to life as genderless being with no memory as world war two began. Natalie moved to florence with her longest lasting partner. Romaine brooks natalie's allegiance during world. War two is unclear. Some sources say she was supportive of the fascist other suggests that she may have shared support for the fascists to avoid deportation that she was one eighth. Jewish whatever the case. Natalie did help jewish couple flee from italy to the united states in nineteen forty-six natalie and remain moved back to paris to find natalie's house it rusia kkob uninhabitable. It took three years of restoration for natalie to move back in and restart her friday salons throughout it. All natalie kept writing in nineteen sixty three. Natalie published her last novel at the age of eighty six a few years later after fifty years together natalie and romain broke up around that same time. Natalie was served notice for cope apartment..

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The Magic of Energy

The Pulse

01:48 min | 1 year ago

The Magic of Energy

"Energy fuels our lives in ways that seem magical energy turns darkness into light cold into warm water into ice but of course. That's all physics. Not magic but energy is kind of like magic if you think about the rules. Magic is all chaos. This is from the netflix series. The witcher conjuring something from nothing. There is a give and a take. The same is true for energy you never create or destroy energy. You only converted for one form to another. That's clifford johnson. He's a professor in the physics and astronomy department at the university of southern california. There's a fundamental law. Perhaps one of the most fundamental laws in physics is what's called conservation of energy which is precisely this idea that it it changes from one form to another but you never really destroy it or created. Let's say you want to make a couple of team you turn on the stove and energy is released. It's either the chemical energy stored in the gas that you're going to then burned or electrical energy coming in through the wires. The energy from the stove converts as the water heats up the temperature of the water represents how much energy every individual water has on. What they're doing is they're really just jiggling around And you're making the jiggle more. Raise the temperature. You pour the water into the t pod. It warms up hot the air around the table. It's on energy is slowly leaking out everywhere but most of what you want where you want it to be is is in the hot tea

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Poetry, Songs, And Prayers Mark MMIW Event In Springfield

Native America Calling

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Poetry, Songs, And Prayers Mark MMIW Event In Springfield

"Events both in person and virtual were held across the country wednesday to draw awareness to missing and murdered indigenous people wednesday night about fifty people gathered in springfield oregon to honor missing and murdered. Indigenous women kale. Cdc's brian bull has more in the dark. In the bitter wind. Listen to a dream. Members of illuminate theatre in the university of oregon's indigenous women's wellness group. Read poetry under trees adorned with red dresses co organizer amardeep. Clifford explained the symbolism to show a garment. That's empty because the women are missing in many indigenous cultures the only color that the spirits can see as red hoping that they can see the red garments that we put out in their honor. Another organizer laurie. Top honjo said red garments are also visually striking. it's about creating visibility for the erasure of an entire generation of women. Young girls in our brothers have gone missing an honor song. Close the evening as people. Pray for the roughly fifty seven hundred missing and murdered indigenous woman across north america for national native news. I'm brian

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Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac

"Mac are a british american. Rock band formed in london in nineteen sixty seven. The band's original members were guitarist. Peter green drummer mick. Fleetwood guitarist jeremy spencer and bassist. John mcphee would surname was merged with the nickname of john. Mack mcvay to form the name of the band who were initially a blues band managed by clifford davis so danny kerman join as a third guitarist in nineteen sixty eight in keyboardist christine perfect. Who contributed as a session. Musician from the second album married. John mcvie and joined the band in nineteen seventy and then from there on out. She was christine. Mcvie all three guitarists of the man left in succession during the early nineteen seventy s to be replaced by guitarist. Bob welsh and bob weston. Along with vocalist dave walker. So the three guys that left. Peter green had a pretty massive addiction to lsd and he was later diagnosed schizophrenic. Yeah a little bit of a spiral. After that jeremy spencer abruptly quit to join the religious cult called the children of god. I know about the children of god. Yes yes yes like. They had traveled to america. They were unto were then he was like i'm going to. I'm going to stay here. I'm gonna call in this call up and let's see and then during dany kirwin actually got fired and now considered to be a minor incident. I'm he trashed his dressing room and refused to go onstage for a show and they fired him man so the ban. You know the the lineup has been a little bit in turmoil. In nineteen seventy-three either remaining members of fleetwood. Mac told their manager cliff davis that they needed a break from touring and instead of making that happen. Davis decided to hire a fake version of the band under the same name. Play the tour dates that the real band didn't make that's and the whole incident resulted in a lawsuit over who owned the band's name so davis booked. Us dates for the all new fleetwood mac from mid january to late february nineteen seventy four so when the fake fleetwood mac walked into their first show. Venue outside of pittsburgh actually in a place called the syria mosque. The venue promoter refused to put them onstage. 'cause he was like those are not fleetwood mac no but they play anyway And only about a dozen people ask for refunds and so they kept going and then apparently it like the next big venue. They played in new york city. People were like this is in fleetwood mac and they like they kind of they caught.

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The Crazy Lives of Fay Wray and Robert Riskin

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:10 min | 1 year ago

The Crazy Lives of Fay Wray and Robert Riskin

"Fay ray, and the screenwriter Robert riskin, they were an early Hollywood power couple. They each had a very lasting legacy in that town this town. Ray fay ray more people know she's more easily, you know, in definable. She she's the most famous scream queen of them all if you want to get technical. And Robert riskin probably considered the father of the romantic comedy. So they were quite a couple. I mean, men loved fay ray before she was with risking. She was married to a guy named John monk Saunders who was a Rhodes scholar who wrote the story for the first best picture Oscar winner wings, he ended up taking all of her fucking money and kidnapping their daughter. Jesus, later fay ray has a love affair with the playwright Clifford O debts. He's no slouch. And then she starred on stage opposite Archibald leech, and he fell head over heels in love with her, and this was before he changed his name to Cary Grant. Gary Cooper was hot and bought all the Fay Wray. They were in a few films together. But Robert risking a little less recognizable, but like I said, he penned great stuff. He wrote the Frank Capra movies meet John Doe, mister deeds goes to town and it happened one night with Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable. He actually invented the term doodle for mister deeds. Actually, when Adam Sandler remade mister deeds, he kept enough of the original script to give Robert riskin a screen credit. It's pretty cool. But brisket was no slouch himself. He had a lot of pussy after him. Loretta Young Carol Lombard, who Clark Gable went bananas for and when he died, still wanted to be buried next to her, even though they hadn't been together for years and Clark cable had remarried after her. Somebody wild stories when it comes to Hollywood and love lives and who dies and lives next to someone so and eternity at this funeral. I mean, at this graveyard it's insane.

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Lawyer Seeks Sexual Abuse Investigation Against T.I. and Tiny

Radio From Hell

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Lawyer Seeks Sexual Abuse Investigation Against T.I. and Tiny

"Lawyer. Has approached authorities seeking criminal Enquiries on behalf of 11 people. Who say that they were victimized by T. I And his wife, Tameka Harris, or members of their onto Raj. The couple has denied all allegations. Weeks after accusations of sexual abuse and assault against the wrapper. The eye and his wife. Started circulating on social media lawyer has approached law enforcement authorities in two different states seeking criminal enquiries on behalf of these 11 victims or alleged victims. Four women have accused the celebrity pair. Of drugging and sexually assaulting them. Wow, including two instances of rape that were said to have occurred in Georgia and in California, according to the letters sent on February 19th by the lawyer, Tyrone, a. Blackburn to state and federal prosecutors in both states. Mr Blackburn, a New York based lawyer said that The eerily similar experiences spanned more than a decade. Beginning in 2005. The most recent allegations of sexual abuse occurred in 2017 or 18, he said. None of the women involved no. One another but describe sexual abuse forced in ingestion of illegal narcotics kidnapping. Terrorist threats and false imprisonment. At the behest of T I and Miss Harris and their associates or employees. A lawyer for T I and Harris said the couple deny In the strongest possible terms that there that day, and they say these are baseless, unjustified allegations. Uh s oh, uh, the lawyers letters called on officials to investigate the behavior of T I on Atlanta. I guess he's pretty popular in some places. Oh, he said. There's a big deal. Yeah. Santa Yeah, He's done some acting as well. He's an Atlanta superstar says here. Born Clifford J. Harris and Mrs Harris, also known as tiny, a member of the R and B group Escape. In order to tackle and and the stream of depravity being committed. Weird story. Apparently, there's a lot more to with the Currently, he He was in prison for some time. Um Anyway. They've been, and he and his wife been together for quite a long time, but they're apparently enough enough allegations and enough evidence that they're going to start an investigation.

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Sundqvist, Binnington help Blues open with 4-1 win over Avs

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Sundqvist, Binnington help Blues open with 4-1 win over Avs

"St Louis capitalized on sloppy defense to defeat Colorado four to one in the season opener for both teams Oscars Sundquist led the way scoring twice with both girls assisted by Robert Thomas kind of kind of better understanding where he where he wants me to be and what he wants to to pass the puck so first step can I for most part knows where one of what we're going to go with the puck Jordan Cairo lifted the blues up for good in the first period after an avalanche giveaway Tyler Bozak fed chi room making it two to one then in the third following another avalanche turn over Kyle Clifford scored through a screen to make it three one then yet another giveaway allowed sun quest to close out the scoring Bruce Morton Denver

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NBA Contenders vs. Pretenders: Who's Who This Season?

Game Theory Podcast

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

NBA Contenders vs. Pretenders: Who's Who This Season?

"Difficult do you think it's going to be this year to determine the pretenders birth? The contenders right like Orlando right now is 5 and to like I don't like Orlando is going to be tough and competitive because Steve Clifford, it's just not going to allow them to be anything else. But trying to figure out if they're actually like a potential top-six team in the East which is kind of loaded or if they're going to like kind of fall back down to earth feels pretty nice up and I know that a lot of Orlando has been like scheduled based so far. But yeah, I feel like it's going to be really difficult to determine the extent to which like wage each team is who they are. I feel like we're going to need a an even larger sample size than we typically need to determine who is real and who is fake and that Ben Fox numbers over a cleaning the glass where he takes out garbage time. Those are going to get a workout this year. It feels like yeah, exactly.

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