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"cruella deville" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"Jfk's nation people think they're only four pastors in the car but they were actually six. Even though this article says there were seven it lists stop seven even though it says they were sick. So i'm confusing. I'm confused. that can be confusing to. I always remember seeing for or there's discussion videos of it which the videos and the reenactments also always show for so. That's probably what's causing that. But yeah i saw this when the other day and the three rows. Well okay so. The truth is the total number of passengers in the car. Were sick so i'm guessing they're they're not counting the driver as a passenger because to secret service agents the governor and his wife the president and first lady that's six and then they also list the driver so that's seven some confused because it says these included so the passenger car and these included seven people so there are mattress wrong but whatever all right Lucy you've got some split into do Out i love lucy. Apparently she never said he never said that he was filmed saying splaine. That if you can and lucy plane that's right never said lucy. You have some explaining to do. That's right see is it. Okay i was gonna say i could see it without lucian it. Maybe it's just because it's referenced so much at it's engraved in my head. But i don't remember seeing that in the movie but i know my older brother. Chris quoted that all the time movie tv. Show sorry. I know i know it's right. Just for the fact that jackie's. I love lucy fan and she's watched that show every fucking morning. So yeah that's right. Well you're watching the altered version. Chris that's why a could be it could be. I mean i believe that too. I believe a lot of this shit's been altered. But that's just me cruella deville People think her last name is spelled d. e. v. i l. l. e. when it is actually excelled dav l. so correla devil but as a capital. These people think bill for yeah but they they automatically associated with like cadillac. Yeah right yeah. Like nigel's last name is ville right so anyway Double stuff oreos versus double stuff. Oreo only one f- in the original packaging Flintstones is actually flint stones. Earning news. I knew that i knew the flintstones was like that too flirts me smokey..
"cruella deville" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Exciting terrible name for a dog. Pungo yeah sodas purdy. It's so bold and british. You know what i mean. Because that's made in the fucking there my name. I talk bongo opondo. Yeah actually it does sound okay. An english accent which does bring a gripe here. Do as much as i love the man that i love the man jeff daniels. This american video game designer living in foggy london. What is going on with that. Like why is he there. What is this about. And say i mean also like. I don't think that where you wanna be. If you wanna make video games is like moved to england. Move to fucking japan dude. That's where you wanna go like. Correct me if i'm wrong. Gamers out there and whatnot but like in the mid nineties was a hot spot for game development. Maybe i don't know but either way aside from him like kind of looking like the animated by there's no reason why you had to go with jeff daniels. The animated geise funded songwriter. He's like the fuck jeff daniels when i think video game designer jeff daniels. This is about as far away from what i'm thinking about as possible of fucking living duck. And he's like what i would imagine. He's also ten to fifteen years older than the character probably should be. You know what i mean like. He's down and out. Kind of guy bachelor i did. I did the math and it's depressing. Because he was forty one when the movie came out so he was like forty while making. Yeah let's like two years away for me. sure reach these heights. Dog breeding video games. I like victim but the song thing is really important though. Like hey that makes sense be like he does the song cruella deville like it's kind of agreement who out just this bullshit. All the inspiration of our weird puppy adventures has brought me to make carillo davila. The video game villain. It is a straight up like this dude is like you know what honey i fucking hate that friend from college relative ill because in the animated one she's just the the the She was the school to school with really. The wife is just a college friend of grill developed and like when she comes stomping into that movie. They're like. Oh jesus fucking crew relative phil again. Thatchet writing a song about how. 'bout you hit your wife's friends playing it for her at her. Last name is the davos. That's that's not a name. I would expect that to be part of one of his weird. Al songs dollar old london town is that real like in the actual cartoon the actual cartoon. He's got us on. The goes grew his de ville like develop is actual characters. Live some calls you well. It sounds to me like you need a backstory to fill in the origin of her family. Name guess what one is coming to help. Press guide to what i will probably see the theater to because there's nothing play. Hey tom could stop the bethany song when she comes over. She just lost her job and she just doesn't need to be thirties And now she used bro. Don't you go to know.
"cruella deville" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I Love Lucy. Lucille Ball found her impossible to work with and complained of her drinking. After Williams offered to change her lines. She agreed to appear in a revival of a Streetcar named desired, but even woman's thought even Williams said she was the worst bland she'd ever seen again. Other things that happened. She had various injuries. She was dependent on crazy things. She died young like, you know, she did or something He did, but her famous lynch called everyone, Dad, darling. Darling, But she was the main inspiration for Cruella DeVille. She passed away at the age of 66. Apparently she was also, uh, the originator of Margo Channing in all about Eve. Thank you. Yes, The role played by Bette Davis in the movie and absolutely Bank had dubbed it all about me when she was not cast in the movie version and never forgave quote that hag Bette Davis for the rest of her life. That's right, but she also stood up. Up for people marginal people at the time, and she put her money where her mouth is when her friends were being mistreated. She had a lot of gay friends when the law enforcement brought a Billie holiday. On possession charges. She jumped to action. She knew that FBI director J. Edgar Hoover was one of her biggest fans. She contacted him and used her clout to ask for leniency during Billie Holiday's dry. Arkady still never saw the story of Billie Holiday either, Did I? Because your mom said it's a porno film? Well, that mean we wanna watch. There were many alleged affairs with Marlene Dietrich. Greta Garbo. Okay, Hattie McDaniel in her one time secretary Patsy Kelly. Uh, any other things that happened? She was just a crazy. That's so Carrillo develop is actually in the side like a groundbreaking this week how he posted her pictures on the lorry and Julie shop and she was beautiful. She looks she had the eyebrows like everyone had back in the day. But then Within arch. Yeah, but she was really pretty. But she just was. That would take a hard that we heard on your child that much of a drinker, No smoker and ever, ever so anyway. All right, look, It's the life of the party that when a party trick was stripping down Some people should have been here a whole fist in their mouth. But she just stripped out and just said Hello. I'm here like that. You're going somewhere else. You know, I was thinking of 70 answer. No, Listen, when we come back, I do have just something on Krell of the movie. Yes, they have put some money in the soundtrack. You guys, This might be the best soundtrack since guardian of the galaxy. Really? Okay, good. It's Alexis with David from first equity. Hi, David. Hi, Alexis..
Emma Stone is downright mean in new trailer for 'Cruella'
"Today. Social media was buzzing because the trailer dropped for the new cruella. Deville live action. Movie starring emma stone. I'm sure i'll have to see it at some point but apparently people are really excited about it. Because i guess it's a good story and she's a great actress so we'll see
"cruella deville" Discussed on Brunch
"Led to believe that Adam would have a fucking full voicemail inbox when he couldn't have a c branded his own fucking college graduation party or college induction part. I was kind of breaking Breaking Bad Breaking Bad would do that where they be like, hey, we have good news Hank and Marie get over here like we're selling them. Reading. Yeah, but at least they're like they're family. Yeah, it's true. Yeah, I don't know all of their Gatherings are just them them plus Hank and Marie and I mean, I'm caught that that's awesome. You just only have the people that you like around but holy smokes. Yeah. That is such a good college. It's like, all right, who else is in this show? Should we get the defense? Let's get let's get the defense attorneys. Be rude to have no idea what he's doing and start going to turn down a free meal. Yeah. Yeah, it'd be rude. I mean if more attorneys going to go talking about how she thought that she could go blabbing and it's going to get back to him. He's going to feel rotten. Let's get Chet your your your your skin and bones would you eat something which eat some here have some water? So no more no more your honor, but you mentioned the Joker earlier. The Cruella Deville trailer drops tomorrow. Oh, hell. Yes. Yeah Stone Emma Stone and I was like, yo, I am more excited for Emma Stone as Cruella Deville than I could ever be as dead. Any fucking person as the Joker Yeah a hundred percent and like the fact that it's an origin story and like yes origin stories are kind of overdone like but we don't need birth stories for every like villain or whatever. I don't need that but you know what? I'm fucking interested in how Cruella Deville just how somebody just is down to just murder puppies by the hundreds. Yeah. That's I am all in on this and I'm glad like you brought the origin story think there's there's similarities with the whole Joker push that was made and I'm into it. I'm excited. I think that it feels like this one could be a brunch a brunch movie like like brunch movie for birth. Or For Worse. Yeah, like it could be one that we just like shit on and dunk all over but like I like Emma Stone so much that I have a feeling that it's going to go the other way like even as fuck even if it's fucking ridiculous wage are going to find reasons to love this movie. Yeah. I mean, I feel like you can't be bad and I think it would be cool if Disney out of that does what's Joker? Is that to see d c yeah, if if Disney kind of Beats them at that game because I feel like DC cares more about doing stuff like that. Yep. That's doing this. Yeah. Oh because I know it was like from what I recall. It's supposed to be like quite gritty. Oh hell. Yeah. That's what I want. You know. That was my favorite song when I was a kid quite gritty Cruella Deville. Okay. I love that song when I was a kid. I was my jam. Yeah. It says Emma Stone is an is an edgy wage. Cruella Deville in first Cruella poster Cruella 2020 Disney though. Yeah, I mean just even the poster is you seen the poster. Yeah, he's a great she has huge the Beatrix Lestrange energy from the Harry Potter movies..
"cruella deville" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"Thousands of dollars and then you know insurance doesn't cover so it's a great charity so i have to say by the way love their instagram. My goodness there are some wonderful shots from world beyond there's a wonderful wonderful shot of nico and michael cutlets sitting together on the scene. If for one of the episodes that cutlets directed. Yeah i will say that nico's Twitter links to their instagram for the most part. So if you just go and like niko on instagram. You don't really need the twitter okay. Good to know. I wanted to share that nico was born in nineteen eighty eight so that makes them thirty two which i actually would have thought nico was much younger pegged nico as older just because of the character on world beyond his way more adult incapable and serious and you know hot while in contrast who are band of ragtag teenager right right also nico was born in chicago. Hey diana and steve Started professional theater in seventh grade. is wearing a fabulous disney suit in their imdb picture. Is that disney. Yeah i had. I scaled on it. So i could see. Yeah it looks like just pinups to me. Na i'm pretty sure it's disney Now you're making me doubt myself. It's amazing it is very eye. Nico has the same picture on instagram. way way back. Let me tell deep dive on their instagram. The only other thing that i was going to say and i alluded to it and you alluded to it. Is that nico competed on ru. Paul celebrity drag race in april of this year And you can actually sent me a picture from their appearance yes and it was for charity. Unfortunately nico did not win but they also competed in ellipse lip sync battle. That on and i completely lied. So you're right. it looks like it is just pinups. I got distracted by the one. That looks like cruella deville on the so there we are. It is a fabulous suit unless yes but there is a amazing peach taffeta gown picture on instagram. Yeah it's awesome so by the way i'm not going to share it on biters because it's a little bit not safe for work and there are would probably be some people who would be offended but i would encourage anybody who's interested to look at the ten minute video of aeko getting dragged makeover by trinity taylor because it is hilarious..
"cruella deville" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"That's why she's so. Hell bent on getting all those dogs. Because she knows she's going to need them to stay young forever and you need backup dogs. You can't just have seventy you need backup dogs. They need all hundred one dollars. I mean the person that owns one hundred dogs is pretty selfish. She only need seven. That's that's very true. Yeah but who's gonna immortality. This is this is. This is the plan. Don't mess around like ten. Is playing it safe. Honestly seven is once again far more than you need. Yeah play play. One hundred and one is safer and you can't tell me otherwise it's not safe i just did. It is actually to make that he told you otherwise anyway. I guess that's my answer. Everyone's going to have dogs conclusion. cruella deville since carrie. Also that all right. We've we've got long because we we talk about video games all time. So let's jump into a would you rather and rep this baby up chris. Yes would you rather be stuck in an elevator or on a ferris wheel. Twenty four hours I assume ferris wheel is not moving. I guess it could be moving. But i imagine it's like i imagine it's like the situation where you're stuck in the on top of it and stopped moving. Yeah is it better worse. It's moving actually I think it's better if it's moving. Is it thanks. So i think it's better if it stopped right. Well i mean. I guess we're saying that you're stuck on it but if it was moving than you could possibly try to get out although i will say i will say this for being stuck versus moving. If it's stuck you'll feel all the motions like regular structural movements of the ferris wheel and be like. Oh shit. is this thing about to break while it's moving. You don't feel those as much because the the primary motion feeling is just around. Is it like about two followers is just no no..
"cruella deville" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"Everybody, welcome to another episode of who invited her. We are Sunday Goes lgbtq Pop Culture podcast. I am your host Tony and I'm here with my own nose Jose. Hi bash, darling. Yes, and Eric is here to say. Hi, Eric. Hey everyone off. Mr. Worldwide from the 305. I just wanted to say what's up before I get on my flight and bring on your next guess fish out. And you guys you heard from Mary MTG at the beginning of the show. She is not here this week, but I am so excited. She is back. It has been so long since she's been on the show and we love it when she's on Jenny is here filling in this week a jetpack and you're dressed up as I mean do I I know Elvira look at your bigger booming. So just like grape they're dead. Add your prettiest arrive is here and Robbie and I for the podcast listeners are dressed up as Trixie and Katya. Hey everybody. I'm here to pick up based in for the podcast are the YouTube people are watching. We based it off of these two pictures are look cuz we picked specific Trixie and Katya. So here Tracy how she really good and then here's me costara. I am you guys right off the bat just Trixie makeup is no joke, it's hard. It is hard time sign was a it took me today about almost 2,000 hours exact a little over to put the makeup on I got robbed done in about an hour and half and then look like this, but you guys are Halloween song. Episode I soaked. Oh my God. Oh my God, that is too funny. So for our pigs listeners Eric is dressed up as J Lo, but Grammy JLo in the Versace dress where everything was replaceable wage. Oh my God. That is too good for everyone Hi. Hi everyone. Wow! Where did you get that? So this is actually purchased from Sheen. I feel $18 for it is very expensive tell you I got my jacket off of she end. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. So for every for the podcast of the sensor is Bosch is dressed up as a male version of Cruella Deville coat and everything. Okay. So, how how did you how did you feel? Why did you pick Cruella this this costing battery for Halloween this year Corolla is my favorite Disney villain and I'll tell you why because we share a lot of the same traits that she smokes a lot of weed song She Drives like a psychopath like you she's got good style, but she has a Russians of sheer and utterly terrifying anger. Yeah wage and she likes to smoke a big stick. But wait, I think I have a sound effect for that. Do I know off? smoking side effects the big stick smoking. Yes, so Rob and I decided to Katya and Trixie because when I love them, I think they're so funny and then we picked the specific looks and we're like God we were going to do something. Well the original idea for a costume is this year was Mommy Dearest where she has the white face in the wire hanger and he was going to be Christina as a little girl and then we were like no let's do something like crazy that probably nobody would expect so Trixie and Katya. This is like Katya and Trixie when they're old in there. Like Fifty's still trying to drag this is what they're going to look like going to do it then yeah, me too. I'm so since we're talking Halloween last night you guys home I checked out the Bette Midler Hocus Pocus. The reunion of the Sanderson sisters called finding the sandersons and it's so Bette Midler does every year. She's Very well known for doing a big Halloween party for the New York restoration project where they raised money for Gardens and to bring Greenery back to New York and this ball that she does every year is so well-known celebrities everything it's huge. So this year because we're in a pandemic she did a virtual version of it where you buy a ticket for $10 and it goes towards the organization and it was all hocus-pocus and the whole thing was like documentary-style hosted by Alvira who looks amazing. Still Cassandra Robert gray. She looks like she has not aged like she looked phenomenal and then it was her and then George Lopez mom. What oh, and then they had like star-studded like Glenn Close was in it. Meryl Streep was in it. George Lopez was in it off. What's the uncle uncle what's his name from Full House Stamos played the devil John stamp. Yeah, he was in it. It was just like so many celebrities took all have little cameos, but it was like a documentary style of Alvira trying to find the Sanderson sisters and bringing back that yeah, it was really cute. But like everything in the pandemic assume version. It's like a little rough cuz they're all doing it sounds like filming and then at the half the half way point then the Sanderson sisters come out altogether. They still look so good. Like it was like so nostalgic to see them back together now and then they did I Put a Spell on You to close the show and yeah, it was wrong. We can watch again or it doesn't know if it was a one-time thing or if they're going to like release it or somebody recorded it on YouTube. Yeah. I've been talking about that long enough for so long. Yeah, I'm sure but did I ever tell you I knew Kathy. What's your name? Yeah. Yeah very new dream. Yeah. She was my next door. Neighbor's were like her nieces. Really? Yeah. I heard she was really I mean I saw her once at scsu home theater for concerts. She was sitting right in front of me. She's pretty she's incredibly ironically incredibly outspoken about animal rights as I'm dressed as Corolla that I thought wow bad. Wow. She did this thing one time where she like had all of these Billboards in San Diego airports about like the mistreatment of the whales really the way home. The Shamu's the orchids. Yeah those yeah, don't talk about Miriam. She's not here..
"cruella deville" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"Hi, very very easy mint chocolate or just regular chocolate chip. So this is a weird question because I've actually been thinking about it a lot lately and I used to hate meant but I'm actually starting to like them in like I love surprises the last I've liked it ever since I was a kid. I've always loved it and it's such a weird flavor like you wouldn't think oh, but it's so good. I don't know what mine would be. I have a couple anything with peanut butter was the number one that we have it in our fridge right now to what is that up buttercup chocolate peanut butter anything with peanut butter. I'm all about it. I'm all about and I like just basic vanilla to you would I know vanilla? I know if you get like one of those days good manila's and has like like a vanilla bean vanilla or did you guys ever heard you guys have like your grandparents did the homemade ice cream turn wherever we take friends turning it and things like ours. Yeah that ice cream. Is delicious it's so creamy in like oh so good. The other one. I like is are pralines and cream. That's another one. I I don't know why it just tastes so good job MN. Let's see so let Miriam. What was yours again? Yours is Cherry Garcia with another 100 here first chocolate chip since about she said chocolate chip. So people who like chocolate chip. It says about their personality that you're never satisfied. You're just like Britney Spears in her Mallen login trying to recover of The Rolling Stones. I Can't Get No Satisfaction on her. Oops. I didn't do it again or oops. I Did It Again album you are picky. But at least you know what you want. I would say that's right on for he's picky with you. Yeah, I don't think I've ever had chocolate chip ice cream ever we may be on her. Okay. Here's the question. What horror movie would you pair with chocolate chip ice cream? Oh, yeah. Oh God, you gotta figure it out. Okay, go ahead Miss Miriam. So well sort of dead. It wouldn't be a horror movie, but it would be a villain easily Cruella de Vil. Yeah, Cruella Deville, we can do Bill and shook pretty relevant Factor. Yeah. What do you think about the remake of Cruella coming out with Emma Stone? I mean it about it. Yeah, they're doing they're read they're doing a live-action hundred and one Dalmatians or is it called Corral? It's called Corral with a mistake. They already they already did a live off of 101 Dalmatians Glenn Close. Yeah, so this is the backward. Yeah, the origin story. I think it's going to be loved at all. I love Emma Stone. So yeah are you to home and she's a great actress and she's actually very fucking funny. So I hope she brings up, you know, and I like her bug eyes and her giant head and little body like she just looks weird to me and I love it. I love it. It's so good choice. Okay, I'm like, okay. Okay. Here's another okay. Here's another ice cream flavor and I want you guys to pick the horror movie instead of chocolate chip mint chocolate chip. What we do say, we have a few go ahead Miss Miriam t y don't want to run over Bashi slow and he's going to take him a while. Give me some facts. I'm Frankenstein. Yeah, that's right the first thinking or the thing or Swamp Thing, I was thinking Swamp Thing with the Creature from the Black Lagoon..
"cruella deville" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Prior prior to that where Faye Dunaway 's character Joan Crawford Finds Christina in front of the Mirror Front of triage. Right that it's chase. Would you describe that scene gene. No yeah she is holding up a home Christina Christina as if it's an award she's just one and it's actually not at all insulting her mother. It's like oh I'd like to thank my fans and this is such a lovely night as any kid would pretending they've won an award and her mom walks in and this this is once again kind of like talking about the precursor to the wire hangers scene. Where her Mama just won an Oscar? This is right. After her mom had just found out that she was cast in the movie that would eventually as leader to win the Oscar. So two instances where there's actually good news and at least for the narrative of the movie and after getting the News Joan Crawford goes into her bedroom sees Christina in front of the Mirror accepting her award and she's got product in her hair setting lotion and Joan Crawford takes this as an insult. Her daughters not doing make. I believe her daughters making fun of her. And that's exactly what she says to her you making fun of me And then proceeds to notice that they're setting lotion in her hair and takes a pair of scissors and without there being any blood rather violently chops all their daughter's hair off and to me. That scene as explanation. Why would how else would this little girl act going foray seeing perfectly highlights? Tanner your question. Why I think this movie is a worthy topic for this podcast? Everyone just assumes that Mommy dearest is a bad movie and for all intents and purposes it is that scene poorly edited her hair changes length throughout if you notice when she's cutting it sometimes. It's already short. I'm GonNa Guess People were afraid to fix fix anything on Faye dunaway. Bite their hands right however those two actresses are great and that scene and that is why I am a champion of the movie. Not Everything about that movie is horrible. I think that her performance especially Faye dunaway's is genius. I think it's just any work of art. Sometimes it's better when it's not perfect because you I don't know you just see it for the vulnerable state that it's in and you just see against maybe the Shortcomings you see the the things they did work out so well and then you love it more than if it's quote unquote perfect movie. Well if you would ask me if I'd Rather Watch What won best picture most most recently or something in the spotlight won best picture several years ago? If you would ask me would you rather watch spotlight. Mommy dearest ten times out of ten. We'll tell you would rather watch mommy. Lami Dearest Green Book. I would rather watch both mommy. Dearest and spotlight at the same time while the drought each other than ever watch green book again won best picture wonder. I forgot ridiculous but that moonlight. Because that's a good film. No I love that I would rather. Yeah I I see I fadeaway side I liked lowland but to yeah we see. We don't have time to talk about this. But I I do feel like la La land has gotten all kind of defend and health wise. I TRY TO WATCH LA LA land like being like I love musicals. Why can't I watch it and I just twice stop and be like I'm walking out okay? So part of it for me. Is Emma Stone other than that movie where she played an Asian Grocer never saw Aloha. Yeah I never saw it other than that just playing. I would see her in any quarter Giannis in that movie. I think spend play Cruella Deville but enough about where that coat. Sorry what were we in kind of a roundabout way of answering your question of why I think the movie is fitting for this podcast and then agreeing that Faye dunaway really making. You want to discuss it. I mean that's Camilli amazing that we've already spent so much time just talking about like what we'd like and don't like about this film it is like a very moshe piece. You really can't take your eyes off. Oh fading away when she's Onscreen. which a lot of times in this age of Adhd your mind is operating in that level? You get distracted you. You cannot get the shocking Washington this film all her faces like a special effect. It's very compelling to look at everything that she's doing you know she's got these. He's drawn on eyebrows. That are arched very high. So true to Joan Crawford. Yeah it must've been I just uncanny which people were saying right unsaid. The apple the did were old enough to have worked with Joan Crawford. The said the moment Faye dunaway stepped on the said the first time there were blown away and fell. Paul Dan Kenny. Feeling Joan them. And that's the only flattering thing that they will admit about Faye dunaway but it is true. They will say she was truly. She was stopping us by her spirits. And what's interesting hosting is in nineteen sixty nine. They had interviewed Joan Crawford and she was bemoaning like how actresses were then compared to in the forties and she was like of all the actresses of today the only one has got what it takes Faye dunaway. And that's probably the moment Faye dunaway. Thought I need to play Joan Crawford one thing oh I yeah I mean Faye dunaway did did of course mentioned that in her autobiography Faye Dunaway even talked about feeling possess John Crawford right. She would go home. Yeah alone and feel I like the spirit of Joan Crawford was there with her which sounds truly terrifying. Terrifying sounds very method and sounds very admirable bold. Somebody who's so committed to the character that they're embody like again. I don't know it's just one of those things like look if this would gets her to the place of being phenomenal actress then you know and she is phenomenal and there are movies where she is definitely over the top. I don't think she is over the top and playing the woman who was over the top to do what she did in Chinatown and especially in network with pat each skis like brilliant but very wordy script and not just any actor can make that that fascinating so it is a shame that often her behavior eclipses. They're just incredible talent. Especially when like this is stuff that male actors do a hall remind you know you hear about all these methods actors who like well if I can jared Leto on suicide squad squad. Sending like use condoms to co-stars bit was adds his process. Yeah no joker twenty thirteen fourteen eighteen. This was not that long ago but I guess right before me to happen if I asked so just to get through the plot. We we know at this point. The relationship is very strained between this young girl and her adoptive mother. And I have to mention that. There's speculation right that Joan Crawford takes on these children because she wants to promote herself Right come back because it's kind of like left a villain. It one thing that I think is interesting about this movie. Is that because it is not that well edited. It does play like a series of vignettes into this woman's life. Some of them thread Ed together. Well like at the beginning there. Is this whole discussion about why she wants children. And especially this gift. As`some of the the adoption agency over. Why someone who is such a legend and you know single which at the time was a much bigger deal than it is now and a drinker and smoker? So you can't. I can't help but wonder if she's driven by the star machine and seeing other women of her age have husbands and children and families and they've settled from being an actress. I retiring to be a mother and it's something she physically couldn't have so I think part of it is as a control freak. Someone told her she couldn't and that was I think all the initiation nation she needed and then part of it too. I think that she wanted to keep staying relevant. And that's what other women her age we're doing and she wanted to do the same thing since acting by that point well she was still making good movies. Around the time she adopted Christina but shortly thereafter it was the Nutty bitty stuff and the film. The script really makes the point of showing how committed cheesiest inhabiting right with the very first sequence this montage up before we even see her face montages and I don't like the beginning but this one. It's it's very telling about what this character is doing. What she's so committed to her profession the she wakes up at four? Am she gets out of bed. She immediately gets her. Ice Water will just just a ball of ice right with cold water ready to go because hey this is how you take care of you face in folding water in the sink right and you also also take a brush that like I normally see for shoes shoot like start rubbing your face with it and I'm like don't do it. This is GonNa this. You'RE GONNA rub your face off but that's how you stay looking good and that is how Joan Crawford was. I believe until her dying day that whole opening. That's probably like three minute opening montage. Is You where you don't actually see Faye dunaway's face you're just seeing her. Do all of these things going through morning routine. And then she gets the set and she turns around and it's it's huge. It's very present right. No wonder one of the I guess. Descriptions of what this film is by Critics was that she like eats up the entire scene including all co-stars setting and everything else she just eats it up because she's so much bigger presence than anybody else and what's interesting to note as a side note and another defense of the movie not so much in the vein of this with the podcast discussing but but there are people who are on record saying she was actually kind to her cast mates on the set like the little girl. After the night they had to film that awful scene she bought her like a really nice watch and said you know. I know you know this but this is acting and I think very highly of you. The woman who played her made ru Tanya alda played caroline wrote a fairly in my opinion petty book with the intent of being like look how awful Faye dunaway was at every single story that she tells Camila straight this is Faye agreed to switch the time of their shooting. That scene so Rutan Yaldo could go be with their family. It's like wow. Isn't she awful. And so it's like well it. It sounds like she was actually quite kind to you so it sounds like she was able to separate the identity between herself and Joan Crawford enough to be fairly human to the people she worked with. What betrayal because Caroline is with Joan Crawford until the end yeah talk about one of the film's less compelling performances? Oh oh I thought. She thought she and the daughter as an adult were just awful. Well I have so much to have so much to argue with you about because I enjoy this film. But I'm not here to talk about spoiler spoiler alert but I will tell you a quick story that my boyfriend told me about Faye dunaway that he had experienced her personally he was a telluride right editor film festival a few years back. So I'm guessing like ten probably maybe more years ago and there was a performance by secure Hussein. They mazing musician that it was very small venue and so my boyfriend Jay went to secure Hussein. WHO's a big fan off? And he said next to Fay dunaway then. There was another person in the audience. Member came in so this excellent hippie girl and she was like maybe hind drugs. Maybe she was just the kind of like thought she is at a grateful dead concert so inland though it was Mary like chamber music. Almost like vibe inside the small place with secure Hussein play a I guess she was sitting like on the other side of fade away and this was on the other side but she. This lady started like dancing like she started like making this like arm movements and being very distracting and fade away like studied turning to J. and B. Like her is like pointing at this girl..
"cruella deville" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"<hes> a disney. <hes> is <hes>. There's gonna be serious called one day at disney <hes> where it's going to be a short form series so the episodes are going to be really short like less than ten minutes but <hes> each one is going to profile a person who works works for disney in it could be in any capacity could be anyone from a janitor up to some you know one of the caretakers for the animals animal park to imagine near <hes> it's going to actually kick off with a feature airlink documentary which was going to cover people like robin roberts works for good morning america <hes> eh disney animator goldberg <hes> <hes> so that's that's kinda cool that they're gonna glut the less notable names who worked for the the disney company that he helped keep the company going get their moment in the spotlight so i imagine i imagine the janitors at disney the action very interesting stories. That's the one i mean i'm not. I'm not just being silly. I think there's gotta be some some fun in the ask from those from those space and that is going to debut or yeah the premier <hes> december december third so that's not going to be a launch day <hes> availability and then a couple of things that we don't have the dates yet but we know are coming coming is a we're getting a return of the muppets in a series called muppets now <hes> it's also going to be a short form series so insurer than you know a t. t._v. Episode <hes> but it's going to be unscripted so a has a how that's gonna work with the muppets. I don't know but i will say this. I am i saw i saw the facebook announcement. It was like in the form of a memo from kermit but it was heavily redacted. Thanks legal week so and i was like okay. This is gonna be fun. Unstaffed yes and then once again dipping into the markets <hes> we are getting a new series of lizzie mcguire <hes> with hilary duff reprising the role so get get lizzy mcguire all grown up okay <hes> also from disney disney plus <hes> but movie releases dizzy is announce their next animated. One of the next animated features. That's going to be called. Disney's riot in the last ask rag in that is going to be released in theaters november. Twenty twenty pixar got a movie in the works. Call soul seoul. Apparently it's about a jazz saxophonist that apparently loses his mojo or something right before big addition under something like that was this like a reverse of that beatles movie. I don't just just based on the premise and the few images of concepts aren't they released. It almost looks like it could be like inside out if you saw out yeah except it has to do with the sole instead of feelings so this is an incentive fee what feelings feelings what if your soul had feelings i guess i don't i don't know they have <hes> beyond that <hes> and that they haven't they actually have not had like a premise released. He's let i've seen. I only got that description from. I think one of the voice actors had posted something social media and that's what they said the premises so we'll have to wait until disney pixar releases fish official synopsis to get a better idea. I guess <hes> and we don't have a release date for that yet. <hes> and then we got our first image. Look of <hes> emma stone stone. I think as credibil- disease corolla so we're getting a movie somewhere melissa sense but with cruella deville oh yeah i 'cause at first. I thought oh no. They're not doing another live action. Nations will it a sideways way not really early but yes and that is going to release in theaters may twenty eight th twenty twenty one so that is disney. Pixar non star was a marvel <hes> so moving onto star star wars <hes> disney's star wars the clone wars which we <hes> of anxiously awaiting the return of finally only get the resolution of a soviet autos storyline thing yes. We'll be released on disney..
"cruella deville" Discussed on KOMO
"Fixture on family TV screens across the globe I just twelve years old he landed his breakout role as a mischievous blue Disney channel's hit show chassis and as Carlos present day sign up Cruella deville and the I think the franchise maybe a new school would be the worst film's first two installments had more than a hundred million total viewers worldwide but on Saturday afternoon the actor passed away in his sleep after experiencing a seizure his family releasing a statement to ABC news saying it was the result of an ongoing medical condition for which she was being treated the world is now undoubtably without one of its brightest lights but his spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him condolences have been pouring in across social media Adam Sandler and played his on screen father in grown ups writing on Instagram just the nicest most talented and bows decent kid around descendants director Kenny Ortega posting Cameron brought love laughter and compassion with him every day I was in his presence Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger treating the Walt Disney company mourns the loss of Cameron Boyce who was a friend to so many of us and filled with so much talent heart and life and far too young to die ABC's Paula Faris with that story the latest from ABC news next call news time six twenty eight five our tea.
"cruella deville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Many of you in the audience, including me, probably don't know a lot about bay ping. But Nancy, does did you don't vape? Right. I do not pay. Okay. Why don't you explain to us what they being is because it's apparently amongst young people. Epidemic epidemic. Yeah. And and dangerous and affecting there's a big piece in mass live today about it. How Fei ping is, is like a card. It's like a pen that you put a cartridge in. You have to charge it. People can charge it on their computers or on the wall, Allah, wherever they want to charge, it looks like a memory stick, and threw it. They can suck nicotine in flavored form. It can be fruit flavored mint flavored, whatever you want to suck nicotine. I mean yeah. It's not good question, isn't it? I never saw the attraction to cigarettes. I'm not quite sure what the attraction for vaping is other than the fact that people say that nicotine calms them and nicotine isn't addictive subject substance. So what's happened is in, in the schools in Boston has just taken to putting vape detectors, and some of the schools to help cut down on this because instead of going up. Backdoor to sneak a cigarette which was easily detected because you could smell it. Kids are running around sneaking vaping bape ping pets and sucking down nicotine, and what's happening with someone could be sitting next to you in school. And, you know, you know that they're vaping if they're doing it in front of you in school, but they could be doing it in the bathroom, and you're not going to know about the back. That set off a smoke detector. Detectors, and you're not going to smell it in the hallway necessarily, there's some flavors that you can smell. But most of them, you know, some of them are very innocuous, they'd be like, you know, perfuse what's, what's the danger nicotine is addictive? It causes illnesses. There are kids, there are student athletes who've lost their position on teams because they now have lung disease from vaping. These are six seventeen eighteen year old kids, and they can drive to may be illegal. I mean that the state tried to make it a legal for, for people under eighteen to buy these products. It hasn't really helped kids can drive someplace or order it online where they don't have to show any idea. So, so this is something parents should be concerned about okay? So is it better for your kids to smoke cigarettes, marijuana vape, none of the above none of the above period? Okay. And if you allow you kids to babe because maybe they won't smoke cigarettes or marijuana. You abandoning your responsibilities apparent I think you are. I don't think people realize that because people don't really know what the downside vaping is. But the story in mass live was really interesting because they gave some examples of student athletes. One case there was one kid who was a captain of a hockey team until he got caught using these cigarettes in his school, and he started undergoing treatment for nicotine addiction, and then they found out he developed a lung disease after four years of using nicotine products. So people are now discovering that facing does cause illness, and they don't just have a cigarette. They'll vape for, you know for a long periods of time. So they're stuck in more, nicotine one Nick at one vaping cartridge has as much nicotine as an entire package of cigarettes. Well, that's a lot of nicotine. Okay. We'll. I know that there's a company is a jewel. Is that company? That's one of them. And I know that. Yeah, they doing what sounds to me, like public service, commercials, essentially saying, hey, don't let your kids vape. Unless they're twenty one. That's what they're saying, but I assume that they things probably not good for you. Whatever your age. Yeah. I don't I think it's worth for you. If you're under twenty one but it's not good for you. All to twenty one. Okay. So I need to hear from some folks who have had experience with vapors in their family or friends who were vaping. What is the what's the plus what's the negative? That's what that's one reason why you would smoke a cigarette. The pluses nicotine is a common chemical that you're bringing into your body. The problem is it's addictive and it causes disease. So that's, that's pretty clear. If you are a someone who vapes. But we do we know the extent of what how much I mean, we, we have some idea about the people who smoke smoking's gone down. Right. Okay. Hasn't been around long enough for people to really. No, the long term effects of it. Do we have any idea of as to how many people I mean I, I gotta be honest with you. I I I've never seen anybody vaping. Maybe I missed it, but you probably didn't know what was going on one of the problems. They had people second on this pen or something. It's it looks like a pen, right? Well, I can this is what was happening. The schools teachers are supposed to confiscate. A vape pen if they see it, they look like memory sticks for the computer. So a kid would drop it when it when I teach walk by shit. You would pick it up and handed to them because they didn't know what it was, but a memory stick to me is, is sort of this is a couple of inches. Yeah, I thought that if they've along Cruella DeVille at hold. Okay. Yeah. Okay. So it's a short stubby account his Cam. Yeah. Can be longer form as well. It can be any form you want. But most people go for the short form because they're easier to put in your pocket, expensive habit. I think it can be. Six hundred seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine ten thirty taking up a subject that, frankly, I am not an expert on Nancy is not a user. But you've had some experiences, I had friends who've eight by have family members who've ape I. Yeah. Okay. And it doesn't it. It's not as obnoxious to be around as cigarette smoke is because you don't have to smell the smoke smell the smoke, so therefore at it doesn't bother. You tertiary meaning I'm asthmatic which is why I've never smoked anything. And if I'm in a room with somebody who's vaping. It doesn't bother me the same way smoke would from a cigarette. So I think people don't respond to it in the same negative fashion that cigarette smoking I was walking somewhere last week. I forget where but I remember watching this woman approaching, and they distance, you know, twenty twenty five feet and she's puffing on a cigarette. And of course, she blew out the smoke exactly as I'm passing her, and I hate the smell of cigarette. So I hate the smell of cigarette smoke and all I do is held my breath breath in walked as quickly as I could to get out of the area where she had emitted her smoke. I mean come on lady is she kind of blew the smoke like she wanted other people to. Enjoy the smoke it. My mother was a was a chain smoker. Remember there was a big smoker and she quit a couple times when I was growing up, and she would she would hide her cigarettes when she was in the process of either starting to smoke again or not smoke where she couldn't see them, but the rest of us could see them. So she'd put them up behind something in the mail. We could all see that they were there was like one seriously. And it was a true addiction. She did her best. She knew that her child was asthmatic and she shouldn't smoke around me. She would quit for periods of time, but she would always go back to it. That's the same addiction. This has, you know, no matter what no matter how much you know that this is not good for you. It you are your cotton web. My dad was a two pack a day smoker camels, unfiltered World War, Two veteran, and when the surgeon general's report came out in nineteen sixty four he quit cold Turkey, and not, not an easy thing. A a very. You could sometime say hard, hard headed, you know, determined determined person who had a strong will time. The good, and maybe sometimes not for the for the good, but once he realized the danger and he was he, he had not even reached middle age of that point. But as a young man and World War, Two, one of the things that people smoke smoke them. If you've got him. That's what that was what they did. I think this is a repeat of what happened with cigarettes. I mean, I, I remember seeing commercials on on old on, like PBS stations when they do old oh series and you see commercials, I've doctors recommend cigarette. And nobody thought it was serious, and that or or the tobacco industry has such a stranglehold on on advertising, and on with worth so much money television. They used to advertise on television and in magazines official athletes. I remember seeing cigarettes as cigarette ads as a kid, and I you Mickey Mantle or Ted Williams, and obviously, those are the people that, that, that young people. In those days, particularly young athletes aspire to that the worst thing in the world that you possibly could have imagined. But I think that's what's happening with vaping and nobody wants to mess with it because it's not as I think it's not as bad as cigarettes. We don't know yet. How bad it is. We're starting to see how bad it is and is just as dangerous as to grits ever were. I think so. If I don't know if any of you out there, have experienced either, as vapors or people who've aid, or anything, I'm all at no or whether or not, there are people in your family, it could be that you have children or others who have decided that this is a less harmful addiction away, too. I know it sold in many cases as a way to get off of cigarettes love to know what your experience has spent. We'll give you the number six one seven two five, four ten thirty Tripoli nine to nine ten thirty. Give us give us your point of view on this one. This is this one that I'm never, ever ever been a cigarette guy. And so that's. My instinct here. I don't see what the plus of it is. So it might be the three people who actually trying to get off cigarettes, and feel. This is less dangerous to them. I don't know methadone of cigarettes. I guess. Yeah. That'd be one way to look at it. Join the conversation, six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine ten thirty very quick break. Come right back on nightside..
"cruella deville" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"For you. This. We've spoken with four other lovely people this morning. Why do you deserve to be the one that wins the trip to New York City to see live with Kelly and Ryan with me in studio. So I actually at the the Kelly and Ryan after pastor so and I was the one who gave you out. Stage. Wait a second. This could unravel a long mystery. So when I was doing Facebook livestream before their big after the Oscar show. I was down to the front row. I just walked these two women who were brought down from the top deck to the bottom to the front row seats. And then I heard someone yell out something that sounded like twin cities live from the bathroom. But then I thought how presumptive of me to be like did you say ten cities and their instead, they're like, no yelled down in front or whatever. What did you yell? I actually did. Yeah. Steve I loved twin cities live, and you heard Rhianna, and you looked up in you wave to bury awkwardly kind of like with that for me. And then I wanted to scream again. Yeah, I'm talking to you. But you know that. Yeah. Oh, how fun. Yes. That was a big old charity out there too. That's really fun. So clearly your big fan of Kelly and Ryan as well. I actually I I watched them some, but I had my friend who lives in LA was is very into the show and had gotten had gotten tickets. And so I thought there to skate the polar vortex as well. And I only have been get out there. My three flights were cancelled that morning 'cause I flew out on on Sunday morning, and it was a crazy adventure. But now, I would love to continue this adventure that you had no idea on with you. Wow. No kidding. This really unraveled strat. All right. Many layers your fifth and final finalists that we're talking to today. Friday morning at nine AM right at the start of our show, we will announce the winner of this trip. Good luck to you. And congratulations on being a finalist. Thank you for considering me. Oh. Everybody. Thank you so much love. Everybody says that the opportunity so polite as the judges are going to have their work cut out for them. That's for sure. And we will announce the the winner on Friday nine AM, it's going to be all sorts fun. Congratulations to all of you played those of you who watched live with Kelly and Ryan watched twin cities live all the things you did to try to become a finalist, and we know that there were so many of you that weren't able to get through. And it was only a lucky few that could become our finalists. So this is a true story and grouts on trying to being a part of this should be really fun announcement comes fried righty. Well, we're out of time for this segment. Very quickly very quickly. Thomson who we talked about earlier this week. She hosted Saturday Night Live on Saturday. Ryan was like what she really been in. And then we kind of did a deep dive not a ton of things. I mean, she certainly is. She has she's been in a million. She's been in a lot of things, but she doesn't have the staple movies that you could rattle off ten movie she's been in. She just doesn't Howards end nine more love actually bait more. Yeah. So with that she is deep in talks to join Emma stone in Disney's live action crew Ella that is the story of crew. Ella developed the crew Ella DeVille the villain from one hundred one down nations. How fun I'm stone. We'll be playing the title character Cruella DeVille. We don't know who Emma Thompson will yet be playing. Fun. Emma, stone older person. It's an origin story early eighties. Both playing. Yeah. You could be a then and now shot up to Emma Thompson on that. All right. Very cool. Let's do this color phys seven. Let's caller seven right now. Six.
"cruella deville" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Weird stuff daring it. Sometimes. I think we need to have a huddle on how you you label all of these things like app world or tech tech pages could been depths of the interwebs. Oh, definitely could have depth of the interwebs. But I think it's weird. There's a new app that lets dog lovers swipe right for your perfect pet match. It's called get pets and the app was launched last month. And it's getting hundreds of new users daily and already has made some mass matches. And they don't think that's weird. Delightful, but we we have different perspectives. I there's a lot of pets. This is what the internet's perfect for. Right. It's for aggregating the pets in need. So there's there's dogs that need to be adopted and connecting them with individuals who want to adopt the pets. But maybe don't have the time to find the dog they really want. And so, you know, it's something I've talked about once or twice on the show. But I think is a really interesting topic to kind of jump into. Here's is choice overload. You know, individuals one of the things that stops them from buying something is too much choice. And so by providing an individual kind of a Tinder like experience and for older listeners, Tinder works is it's not dogs. It's humans who are interested in dating you, and you either swipe right swipe left. Now, the negative thing about Tinder is no matter how much you swipe, right? If you're a guy, you never get a match or maybe that's just me. And I'm really bad at Tinder. But on this app. It's way better because whenever you swipe, right? It just puts that dog into your sorted list of dogs, you'd be interested in and then when you go to the pound to to go adopt a dog, then then they'll just have the dog ready. And so this app comes out of Lithuania gives you this global sense of tack. And it's and it's been really successful. I think it's something that we should totally bring here in the United States for those of us who who want to adopt dogs. I mean, what do you think listeners one eight hundred four six five eight seven seventy would you swipe right on on your furry friends there? Do you have any pets? Yeah. I have two cats. Oh, really? Okay. We're both cats at. Yeah. My parents have a dog. Okay. I mean, would you swipe right? If you're looking for a dog, would that be something you and your wife, would you? Or would you just go right to the humane society have like a particular breed that you like we'll know if you have a particular beat breed you just by. Yeah. That's what I mean. If you can find it at the at the shelter might as well like my yellow lab that my parents have as a rescue dog. And this brings me a thought, you know, Cossio Cortez. She's a socialist. Do you think she's ever going to get involved in like dogs and cats, and and like a true socialist believes that you don't get to pick your animal, but everyone needs to have one? And it doesn't matter whether you're allergic or not this is about the equality of it. Everyone should be burdened by pet. If you and I are Darren that's what I think. It's I think it's rude. If a cost you Cortez doesn't have a pet. That's unequal. You know, Mike Pence has a bunny named Marlin bundler. I still can't get over how good that bunny Nemeth. It's it's really quite quite delightful. So there's that you can now swipe right on your friend Darren what's the next section of the front page politics politics. Hey, look, oh, Cossio Cortez. She's she's doing stuff. She's she's in action. This is something we talked about a little bit yesterday with the state of the union happening. Tuesday night is I'm really kind of discombobulated how negative the Democrats were about that state of the union how dastardly and despicable and awful and co worship and. Mean and cruel end. And just like, oh my goodness. It was like Cruella DeVille gave the gave the state of the union and instead of talking about paid family leave and cheaper drugs and the biggest infrastructure investment in the world. She was talking about an app where you swipe right? And then they kill the dog. That's that's bad. That's kind of the equivalent of how they're treating Trump after. So this is Chuck Schumer's audio a minute of chis- negatively. We'll will let it roll for as long as we can tolerate it. Well, I would say there's very little nice to say about it in the it's.
"cruella deville" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm not sure if the seventh book that says, the same thing can be considered jaw-dropping Glenn Glenn asks, how is this any different than any other quote, unquote. Tell all book by someone who clearly accepted a job and received a paycheck from taxpayers with an intent to make some money after writing a book cliff one of the things I realized as I was approaching. The possibility of of writing this book, and I honestly I never really thought about doing until I left, but I realized that pretty much every book that has been written about this White House has either come from the perspective, I'm going to burn the place down. And frankly, I've read some of those and they make up some stuff in those books that just I was there, and it wasn't true. And on the other hand, you kind of have the more sycophantic books that are painted as the greatest thing that ever happened. And my goal was to tell the true story the good which some of the good, I think we're really surprised some of the president's critics the bad. Some of the bad is is maybe with more specificity. And with a a firsthand look at that in a way that journalists aren't able to because they're always relied on these sources. I mean, Bob Woodward's book, for instance, is such a big bestseller. Well as hard as Bob Woodward may work to to get it. Right. He's alternately reliant on these sources a lot of them who are unnamed in the readers are left wondering who are these people, and what is their perspective or there? Ax to grind or whatever it may be. And with me, you have someone who is an insider who's willing to give you the truth about everything including myself, good bad, and otherwise, and it's putting my name on it as a firsthand account, and I think all of those things combined make this a unique offering in the space. I should know. By the way, we did speak to Bob Woodward about his book and also to Anthony Scaramucci about his book, you'll find those conversations on our website at the one A dot org. That's the word the the number one the letter A dot org. Now, the book's been getting a lot of buzz much of which focuses on some of its anecdotes you quote, General John Kelly, the chief of staff calling his job the worst blanking job. I ever had. You call Kellyanne Conway cartoon villain and compare her to Cruella DeVille. You talk about inadvertently seeing her text leaks to in your words, fourteen different reporters at once you also talk about President Trump's screaming and house speaker former house speaker Paul Ryan saying, quote, I remember being in Wisconsin and your own people were booing. You you were out there dying like a dog Paul like a dog. And what I do I saved your. But he doesn't see. But in the book, do you have any hesitation about recounting any of this? I mean is there any stuff that you decided was too hot to print or anything you felt like keeping out? Well, the the what I tried to do was every illustration that that I tell hope can make a larger point. And so when you spend five hundred days in a place where literally every single thing that happens is news worthy. And you know, everything you do plays out on television screens around the world. I mean, you couldn't pack it all into one book. And so what are trying to do especially with the president is the anecdotes that I tell a try to to to to do them in a way that helps people understand a larger point about the way he operates the way he takes. And so you can get inside of his head even when he's making decisions or doing things like I can't make sense of that. Like, why in the world would you do that or whatever it may be maybe you can at least understand his perspective. When he's coming from even when you disagree. Chad tweeted, what is close biggest regret from his time in the White House, or that's that's an easy one. Actually, I talk about this in the book. Now, I got so caught up in the job. Sometimes in terms of like, the the the power struggle in the internal machinations and who's up and who's down. And how can I position myself to get ahead and all of this stuff that comes along with that that I really feel like there were times where lost perspective on what was important and was not a picture of my faith in the type of person in a man of character and integrity that I would hope to to present to to the people around me, and my colleagues, and I regret a lot of that with regards to your faith. We did get some questions about how that intersected with your work in the Trump administration. Nikki tweeted, please ask him as a Christian has he ever seen evidence of Trump actually acting Christ?.
"cruella deville" Discussed on 1A
"Now, the book's been getting a lot of buzz much of which focuses on some of its anecdotes you quote, General John Kelly, the chief of staff calling his job the worst blanking job. I ever had. You call Kellyanne Conway a cartoon villain and compare her to Cruella DeVille. You talk about inadvertently seeing her text leaks to in your words, fourteen different reporters at once you also talk about President Trump's screaming at house speaker. Former house speaker Paul Ryan saying, quote, I remember being in Wisconsin, and your own people were booing you you were out there dying like a dog Paul like a dog. And what I do I saved your. But he doesn't say, but in the book, do you have any hesitation about recounting? Any of this? I mean is there any stuff that you decided was too hot to print or anything you felt like heaping out? Well, the what I tried to do was every illustration that that I tell a hope can make a larger point. And so when you spend five hundred days in a place where literally every single thing that happens is news worthy. And you know, everything you do plays out on television screens around the world. I mean, you couldn't pack it all into one book. And so what I try to do especially with the president is the anecdotes that I tell a try to to to to do them in a way that helps people understand a larger point about the way he operates the way he ticks, and so you can get inside of his head even when he's making decisions or doing things like I can't make sense of that. Like why in the world would you do that? Or you know, whatever it may be maybe you can at least understand his perspective. And when he's coming from even when you disagree. Chad tweeted witness cliffs biggest regret from his time in the White House. Oh, that's that's an easy one. Actually, I talk about this in the book. Now, I got so caught up in the job. Sometimes in terms of like, the the power struggle and the internal machinations in who's up and who's down. And how can I position myself to get ahead and all of this stuff that comes along with that that are really feel like there were times where a lost perspective on what was important and was not a picture of my faith in the type of person in the man of character and integrity that I would hope to to present to to the people around me, and my colleagues, and I regret a lot of that with regards to your faith. We did get some questions about how that intersected with your work in the Trump administration. Nikki tweeted, please ask him as a Christian has he ever seen evidence of Trump actually acting Christ? Like if yes is the answer. He must give examples are take a hike..
"cruella deville" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Playlist park for kids. Spins. Alive. Come. Closes in her seventies. Never said, she was necessarily the sexiest woman in the world. But there was something about her character in fatal attraction, despite her fatal attraction to Michael Douglas that I found incredibly sexy. They had a great sex scene in sync. She'll be Cruella DeVille for me for life. So the, you know, that's just not sexy for me was ruined. Then that's a tough one to get past to find. Someone sexy should always be the mother cone head to me. That was Jane curtain. Geez. Memory of her, and she's one of those ladies who's been old forever. Like as long as I can remember her. She was like an elderly lady like I don't envision a young Glenn Close. I do. I remember when you like silkwood, I think she was in her thirty by the way using the shield couple of seasons of that. When when that one. No. But I think there was a sex scene or tissue super hot again for lady who's got some years on her. And and she says that. It's a myth that you lose your sexuality as you get older. And I I think that might be true. I some, but I think most people as they get older lose their sexuality. Well, I mean, we've heard about all the orgies of the break out of the nursing homes and how the everybody in a nursing home. They sexually harassed the nurses and the villages. They've got all the STD's over there where the old people, go and flock party. Yeah. You have to wonder if if losing your sex drive like like, if a person who doesn't have a long term partner, if you did a study people who stay single into their elder years of people who are married if you can just get, you know, it's not really it's about your partner. It's not about your sex drive. If you're single all the way into your elderly years, maybe your sex drive would would never really go anywhere. If you were keeping it fresh as long as you're using it, right? You know as long as you're out there engaging in hopefully, the random hookups or sport effing as they used to call it back in the day. Which is a great term or they need to bring that one back. I as long as you're using it. But I think it's one of those things where if you don't use it you lose it literally figuratively. I would imagine. What is what is she saying that now that she's seventy one the sexist better than ever? She said that that you know, she plays. I guess she's in the wife. She got an Oscar nomination yesterday for it. She said that it's one of the great myths. You lose your sexuality. I feel is free and creative as sexual and eager as I ever have her fourth marriage ended in two thousand fifteen after nine years. That's the thing is she's constantly every few years. She switch it up for a new man Carly's. It's easy to keep it fresh. When you got a new dude every few years. Oh, that's right up to try keeping your sex drive going, you know, and you've been with the same person for forty fifty years away. Dude. No, the the sex goes out the window because you're with the same damn person. You gotta keep it new and fresh like every couple of years, you trade your lease any drives something else. That's what you have to do. That's what we're meant to do. Even beings were man were men were hunters and gatherers. That's why you you slowly roll out the weird things only when you need to you know, what I'm saying. Like, if you can make it another twenty years before trying butts for, you know, getting a sex swing or you know, beads or whatever it may be like sure roll those things out every few years. So that, you know, you don't wanna blow your whole wad now metaphor metaphorically, of course, of course, and physically she said, it's ironic because I'm thinking how much time do I have left. Now, there are so many things I'm interested in doing alot. It's one of those ironies, I suppose that we sometimes star. Feeling comfortable in our own skin only late in our lives, but hopefully with enough time. So what are we talking about here? Threesomes full on orgies. She's open she's eager she's eager. So what do you think? She's doing now in her fourth marriage that she wasn't doing her first marriage fourth one just came to an Al. Case you probably looking for number five. What is she gonna break out to make this fifth guy proposed to her because this this is a good question. I mean, I don't even know what this was a good question. Four marriages deep Idaho. You're you've pulled everything off the bench. So far. What do you think? John. I don't know. You're right. You're. I did hear she's getting making a special guest appearance at a gate Tober fest this year, but seventy seven five seven five and eight hundred seven seven one one zero two five. Oh. Does it ninety eight? I believe so. Yeah. Ninety s. Something. Dominations.