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"dg" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"dg" Discussed on KCRW

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"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

06:45 min | 5 months ago

"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Thank you? Thank you actually a to a try to get a new project going with the car waller who I did a lot of the work with dark horse with. So fingers crossed on something happened their. Abreast of that news assurance I will I will we I was gonna say that's a nice segue. So Yeah I was GONNA. Ask you what you're working on now or what's coming up yeah. I. Mean. It's You know I- i- segue data comics For the most part, you know in the in the early two thousands really proud last thing I did was ninety nine or so couple small stories for some independent things that never I think came out you know I did some sufferers mythologies mostly amid the work I've really done now for the last stretch of time has been a lot of writing advertising work there but Just recently in the last couple years and idea the Carl and I had many years ago and it was a bit of a horror influence. Somebody described it out which I think steel as a the the good place meets from dust till dawn and. And little. Place and And You know it's it's it's this idea. We had Carla come to me with this crazy ideas. Yeah. I I'm thinking truckers and dimensional portals, and maybe there's a stripper in there. Somewhere Carl's a great. Guy. And I'm resume on the phone many years ago and I'm like Karl. On good conversation I don't know where this goes but thanks for calling and then I sat down and it was like you know you suddenly feel like you. Got This Hamilton moment of like you know your pen is like attached to your your brain and something else was channeling its way through, and so I write this whole concept out about this You know this this what could those inter dimensional things be? What are those truckers delivering? Where are they delivering them you know is there some kind of of infernal aspect to it because I like horror somebody hijacked into the service of this delivery system? This you know Fedex system for the most parts of the universe. I write this whole thing out almost straight out now and and it it clicks and me and Carl are loving it and and then we started lost touch like it didn't. It didn't grab hold and then we reconnected a couple years ago when the first words of both our mouths were like you remember that thing. And and it was really weird that it had actually stayed with both of us have become a big fan of this idea that that ideas or like or like actual of if the`real genie like things. and. They will visit themselves upon you and if you're not smart enough to do something with them, they're going to go onto somebody else and and so I said to Carl this thing stuck with us for a reason if we don't do something with now, this is our last chance to do it. Somebody else is GonNa go it's going to go and visit somebody else. So we've been working on it and I've written a five issue first story ARC and I'm working on a second issue six story. Arc and he's begun to design the characters and lay the pages out and and so we you know we're going to start shopping around publishers or kickstarter it. You know hopefully within the next you know set a months or whatever to see if there's some some mo Jo that can that can happen there. So definitely I'll. I'll give you guys a heads up if that's happening and and a appreciate a mention if that is the case and maybe when it becomes real, you know shot again Oh. Yeah. Definitely with the mentions and the chatting again definitely. But if anyone else wants to keep up with what you're doing worse than they fall you social media website on. Yeah. I mean I'm semi active on social media but of stuff is kind of going on the part of the best places you know. Twitter's great and just digi Try Chester is my my handle their You can go to my website, which is capitalist fiction DOT COM, but it's it's really that's just kind of like a holding place is kind of like a portfolio for a lot of my my work it's not very active, but if you follow me on on on twitter then as some. Other things are starting to kick into gear. That would be a great place to see him. I'm starting a newsletter with some of the stuff that I'm talking to Carl about You know probably in the next couple of months, and that would be a good place to you know folks are interested jump on and sign up and get some inside inside talking some. Ideas about writing such this has been a lot of fun though guys. Thank you. You've been a great guest. Terrific are you both in the same semi location or did you guys meet since Florida? Florida I'm in Pennsylvania. I'm in Pennsylvania outside Pittsburgh. Yeah okay. But how did you curious like how did you guys know each other before you start the show or no what am I old acid? Started doing. Our own thing over here it media. She basically, just put the call out on twitter yet back. What was that like twenty fourteen or something? She's like, Oh, I, need a guest for a podcast and Ya'll's like I was like, Oh, come on never done a podcast before the. Before you know it. That's the best way sometimes in you know things just clicked that way and synchronous of him. It's Great Oh. Yeah. Are It but the US thank you so much for taking the against. Saturday morning in talk to us again, employees really enjoyed this and good good good looking for it. Now did this was going out live as you were doing this or you guys are GonNa edit this. Well we ought to we do the live thing, but then the missile be edited for the podcast later. Marvelous marvelous or shoot me a note when you. were. It. Definitely yeah. Lot of fun are great rest of the weekend guys. Thank you you too. Thank you so much. You Bet my pleasure. Take care. That was great. It why it works. I know we're still alive. I'm ones can be cursing up a storm healthcare. All. Right. So you get on here them? Yes. Let but yes I'll put in the show notes you know links Danza. Social Media the website so couldn't get the first time look at the show, nuts. Ra, so. But if you WANNA, get a hold of US especially if you're a creator talk to West like that. especially. If you WANNA talk next time, we can have a charlie after probably Email us, capes in lunatics at go dot com or call the voicemail six, one, four, three, eight, two, two, seven, three, seven that six, one, four, thirty, eight CAPES..

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"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

07:43 min | 5 months ago

"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Yeah. Bags they were they were they were a lot of fun to work with and just. you know you think about the amount of research I try to put into those things to draw them out and I remember barring Ninja books from Carl Potts, who is Very knowledgeable about that Whole error and type of fighting style and group and and thinking through what do we need to do to bring. Characters with these specialties to life and and Certainly, that research paid off at the end of the the root of evil story that whole idea of dipping the the armor in poison. At poisoning your your your enemies as you fight was was a very real Ninja. Tsu. Move that they would sort of play out and things. So you know it's not like just recasting the what they could do but but but being inspired by it, I let storyline especially in that snake ru group and what they went through in that felt to me like it hit on all cylinders than and again looking at it recently I'm really really proud of having played that out. I, mean, like I said really good I thought that was one of the biggest threats you came up with. and then the end. Your end well. I don't know where where would I mean I know the credits and stuff and the end up late with the now the end of the run it's like so you didn't know you're no longer wearing. You know I have been danced dancing around this for years. No real hidden away right now Alan I'm. Talk again. A friend of mine I know I don't know why Allen did what he did But yeah, I mean, it was for whatever reason and whatever. Cowardice Chicanery whatever motivations were right I I was I was the writer on the book I was actually talking actively about. Spinning off other daredevil titles we had other daredevil mini projects were we were talking about doing and and then I was told by The person who was editing daredevil at that time. That the new editor in chief of daredevil because. At. That point split itself up to five editor in chiefs and there were five different groups right? There's a mutant group. There was the maybe I camera with the other one was dared old fell into like the street level hero group, right punit, the punisher daredevil of the characters like that. So, that the editor who I was working with, you called me because I've known her for a long time and and said Yeah. What to tell you this bureau of the book. Out How am I how my off the book if you can't tell me about it? So it was kind of weird maybe it'll just go away sort of thing, and of course, you know I didn't own the book it's worked for higher on one level. That's all what kind of. But you'd expect there to be a discussion of something something at least that's the way I would have handled it when I was an editor so You know, I was partway into that story and what would become know the cruel story and and I was I. I wanted to finish off. They gave me the option to finish it off. I could use the money but at the same time I was probably just feeling like this isn't going to be a great story is not going to go anywhere and Alan Smith IW. For folks who don't know was was typically the the credit a director would put on a film when the director no longer felt that that film had turned out the way they like they liked. So it's Kinda like the Hollywood credit that goes. On a film when the director feels the film's been taken away from them or has turned out in a way and they don't want their name associated with it. So I put it on there as a kind of a an for that reason. But also because you know I had a film school background So as being a little too clever for myself but but you know looking back at the story recently and rereading it. Like you know what I I pulled off. Probably a lot of what I wanted to pull off I think probably were doesn't come together as will what would come next? What would come next in terms of of putting the kingpin back in this position with the quote unquote new dared him or all these things that these other characters had now rediscovered about themselves from that terrible night in that diner what what would we have done with that and I'm sure I, had ideas for that would play that out not just let it be like a one note. Thing. But when you're halfway through something that you think is going to lead to the next thing because bringing the kingpin back in at that stage was certainly starting set the stage of him becoming not the full kingpin of the penthouse again. But but what is he going to do now? What's it to? How's he going to start to play his history level magic but then you're halfway through and you're like alright door want my name on his not want my name on this and so. I, said no but now it really doesn't I. Don't know why do that Yeah I. Remember not I didn't find out about Allen until years later 'cause I remember reading it I, was like who is this? Who is this Alan guys trying to be tied Chester in the worst way? Exactly right. Yeah. So look there's moments of it vetted me but you know probably my my heart was not fully in it and so I again I think it's I think it's It's a reasonable story reasonably executed but but not with the same level of. Of Passion and sort of knowing that this is leading to two one more thing. So. So you don't remember what plans you would have you will you had if you had kept going. Well I know that you know the kingpin yeah. Because yeah you know more of a more of A. Powerful street level operation that was certainly one thing that we were going to continue to do in the bulk and then have him form a new relationship with this new daredevil That was certainly you know what was going to be happening there I. I. Remember that we talked about choose specific miniseries that we were going to do was going to be Because when Ralph Machi was still the editor and before it transferred over into this new universe of editors we talked about almost daredevil grouping. You know we could always have like a couple of three daredevil stories going and one of them was almost a daredevil year to. In John Romy Junior and Frank Miller had done daredevil. You're one in away but we were saying okay. So now, what happens what do you? What do you do now? So we talked a lot about that and then I had this really keen idea thought that was going to do with an artist Paul Ryan. which was essentially a daredevil time travel story where we were going to send daredevil back to and I knew exactly how we're going to do it Getting back I wasn't sure how we're going to get back to the future. But anyhow, we're going back there with some like ruptured antastic for gadgetry. But we were going to send back to Old New York, and the in the eighteen hundreds there was a a corrupt Organization at the at the level of the city government run by a guy named boss Tweed, who essentially was the real life kingpin, and so we're going to send him back to to this to this time error and have him to confront that, and that was another opportunity I thought to play with the senses because the Newark of that era was in a rife with the stink of slaughter houses coming off the you know the river and..

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"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

08:03 min | 5 months ago

"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Well, here's a pinup dare to never flown costume. But. That's what I. Love About. Like street level characters like, yeah. You can fight super villains, but you can do like these small like character piece stories and stuff you know just right. Right. You know that's the thing I think always thinking about veritable at least to me was. You know he's struggled with okay. The there is, of course, the conflict between the lawyer and the vigilante but the unlike some characters, where will you heard there is no Bruce Wayne only Batman Bruce. Wayne is the disguise for Batman or or you know there is no or there's a big demonstrable shift. Between the two when they when they put the costume on you know I think there was a lot more overlap for me at least with Murdoch is daredevil daredevil is Murdoch and I and I found that that was in so he could become and do what he did. No matter what I remember writing the the last issue daredevil I wrote, which was many years after I stopped the regular Ron when tim to we invited me and Lee weeks back to write a story that was the end of the first the first volume for Joe CA- Saito was coming in and so we did this big sort of. Suspects inspired story of all these explosion on this big ship and all the stuff. But I remember writing and in a courtroom scene Matt Murdock saying something and being a competent lawyer for change. But you know originally I think I was writing it. You know you know he said something articulately or he said something and you know in a very nice way or soothing voice, and then I said this isn't right this guy's voice. If I hear it in my head, put you on edge. You know he is dare to even the way he speaks in court you know has to be some quality of of you know what he's doing and I think that's melts with the TV show got right and how they did it. You know he's like he's a bit of a mess even when he's walking around, you'll never really shaves he's like. Five that. Of. oriole foggy carries a lot. Yet. Again. Another one of those stories that the two part at three, twelve and thirteen with the one the the pizzeria arson when he has. Clear. That girl's name and trying to find out who really You know it's like a mystery and again you get the warrior part yet the the vigilante part but I mean really good story and it's just like yet. Again, there's no super violent or is the list of suspects and Yeah rereading it was like it was wondering to myself like why did I make this a super villain or like from bill and with with Ferocious. Fire powers or something But then you know the mindset at that point was well this. This is exactly what you you picked up on right? It's that that sense. Of His living city living the street. So it was it was perfectly in line with what we were trying to do with that time. And again even just like with like we're saying about the spider man team up I mean. I guess could you categorize the surgeon general as super villain but I mean, she was basically just someone like stealing people's gains. Yeah. Yes. She I love the Spiderman stuff in that story in it and I I I think. That was the barker one you know has mentioned that route through the script. Again no because and and you know there was a lot of that urban myth of body organ harvesting storylines probably going around at that time and the media and. And and and you know she had yet super villain as quality certainly she. Know Putting yourself in that outfit and acting in that in that way But there is definitely little too grizzly for my taste now in the in looking back at it not. But the but the Spiderman stuff was was a lot of fun to do. I mean little different especially if the league spider man Fan, but I mean if it was good I'll I was love it because you know they have to go trolling through the nightclubs for. Recruiting recruiting. Peter Parker with a lot of by now. He's just like, yeah. Yeah, you're looking well, we'll three in the nightclubs. Then you know impure Clark Kent Fashion Peter Just like slaps on a mustache as at the skies. A. I'm pretty sure it was like something. You know that I don't know if we'd Scott. Talked about that or maybe just like threw that in there and that would have been one of the things you. Once you start to get into rhythm with somebody you know they start to trade things with you and that was. Because a lot of the daredevils issues fact all the she were probably written in marvel style. We write them as a plot, my plus fairly detailed. So I'd give all the beats but it was then the artist was interpreting a lot of things but sometimes you get back Things you didn't expect and they might add detailer they might break what you thought was going to be one panel into two panels or four panels might become a splash page. So sometimes, your script in your head, you know changes and then sometimes it comes a lot more fun by that discovery Oh yeah I mean especially I and Scott mcdaniel only weeks, but I mean just tell the the machine was working well, because the art was great and you'd get like I said you've got says the scripted with those senses you really build a scene you know the sounds the smells. That's great. Really thank you for again noticing that and and and checking it really appreciate that. Oh yeah, and then again we're we're talked about fall from grace and then. After right after fall from grace you went no slowin down right into another big story they are tree of knowledge. So yeah, I guess we're you a big computer Guy Ottawa's and yeah. I was I was definitely getting. Influences you know definitely flow into the things you're working on, right? So I mean that was a burgeoning. aspect of whatever sub society at that point now, it's clearly where we're living You know full on and looking at that. You know again recently on some things wasn't like I was projecting the future but. I think there's a whole scene between cap and daredevil talking about digital rights and privacy and and such, and you know it's still a conversation more being affected by now but I was I was a big Fan of like Mondo two thousand, which was a magazine about the future. Then wired magazine had just come out and so you know seeing those aspects. How could you can you play those out and make them part of the street and there was a lot of discussion in the things I was reading about how hackers were were street level characters in a way certainly like a William Gibson cyberpunk aspect to that So it felt really interesting to play that out in that whole group of the whole system crash. Villains I enjoyed the hell out of them You know a lot I would would like to have done more with them. I think bring back some aspect to them if I continued on a plane with them later but. Got Me a nice little write up in wired magazine at one point actually was reading this little mini review. Of Comic, book, and I'm saying well, that sounds really familiar and then they got to the end of it. So No daredevil by. I was like Oh. Yeah. wrote that. But. Yeah. I like torches because it was all about the technology, the future, and then you contrast it with Captain America you know basically the man from the past and it's just like, yeah. Yeah there's a lot of really fun discovery with that and and the you know I think some good villains, good scenes good. outwitting of the situations even playing with some of the villainous characters there're member of giving them a little bit more dimension than just simply Oh, they're all. hydrophones, truckers, ornaments. Yeah. That that group was good. But this snake route from fall from grace I thought was that oh? Yeah. One of the one of the best threats you came up with in your run..

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"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"You know. I. Mean. That was like I was talking with a on a different wasn't a podcast guy did a Steve Wilbur got together me and Greg Rice? Marc. Lawrence a few weeks ago and thought it was gonna be an hour long conversation. It'd be like a four hour. Livestream, which was a lot of fun but exhausting. And we're talking a little bit about that scene but. You know that was one of those things where that wasn't in the proposal like at an ad but I have to take down the king could have daredevil. Sleep with typhoid Mary but I think those are one of those things that has a writers like a gift that you get from the universe or your brain in the sense of it was such a wild idea to have such a daring ideas such a the but you if I was to think about it intellectually I never would have done it freight I I was able to do it because I was I was still new I had some talent I was I was and I just let the muse sort of take me in that direction in something that really worked logically. Illogically and paid off I. Think if I thought too much about it, I would have backed off from it freight and but it but it has that moment of saying right away. He is doing something that needs to be done as we get to this end goal Oh. Yeah. I just took. You know in this case I guess the do justify the means because it's like you know. He does get married the help she needs the ANZAC and to it's like you gotta take kingpin how many lives? I'm going to save taking kingpin bright. and. I complimented her Big. Issue Three hundred big battle between daredevil the kingpin in the background in the or is at the bus station. We see Peter Parker and Mary Jane Big Three hundred issue you could have big spider-man jumping in white. You didn't you how it off you know Peter Parker's just like, yeah. Hit him for me. Give. Him One for me. Yes. Them. So well, that's the fun thing about the moral universe right or any any shared universe. If you've got some real moments like that, you can you can bring in the characters and they don't have to suddenly become standalone. You can have that that nod to it which which I think you have to otherwise you you. You become very singular an and you forget about the rest of the world around you. Of Yeah but like I said really good again back on that spider man, you could have the spider man team up although you did get to it eventually. Yeah. Yeah. We we. As everyone know the Spiderman. The Spiderman. Office I. Think. Was Right next to the daredevils office. So that was the always a lot of. Back. And forth in discussion and you know we don't actually have any mandates you know then it was I think as time has gone on and when I've talked to folks who are more involved than I am right now which would be at all because I'm not involved. With that world but I think there's been a lot more. Dictation of your story will go in this direction or you will go in this direction. The the only time we had that was you know, maybe some of the major crossovers that were going on across everything and we had to do a nod to it but in we would want to use characters because they were interesting or sometimes they were. There were sales boosts, right saying let's face it with the nineties. So like the Punisher Spiderman goes driving, what get you extra is on the book yet I, mean, that was that was a challenge we always had was, and that was a lot of a dramatic. Conversations, with the PR folks in the and the in the marketing, folks about listen were not a spider went on a mutant what we need to do to to get some attention on this book, and then sometimes that did lead to Like the de Hands Story was was was manufactured. In a sense of listen if we do a story like this and we cross over some of these characters, will you guys do a little bit more of a push? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We'll do that and then we did it and I think we got a little post out it but it didn't it didn't really get the the push, but it was a fun story in those are fun people to work with I. Mean They were Fabian Chuck Dixon. You know we all went out to lunch. We all just sat down and we just kind of mapped out. Here's a here's a story. Here's the people we WANNA use you'll end your piece there. I'll pick up the baton here and and we all we all got along. So it was easy to the Hash something like that amongst ourselves I thought I thought it came out really well, I, mean the up daredevil punisher and no mad NA little favorite town Las Vegas. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, it was and there what that was a chance you know in that particular story remember was right the opening. Got I had matches going. Bugging out because. The, Sensory Overload Vegas and and I had not actually been to vegas at that point but having finally gotten vigorously. For four years ago or so I I definitely. I definitely, I definitely heard the sensory overload even in some of the places I went into. I. I believe 'cause like in a two, thousand seven I, flew out to Vegas for my cousin's wedding and like the minute I like landed I started feeling like I wasn't feeling right and I was thinking oh no. Money. When I went to Vegas I went the wrong way. We GonNa look a kind of like a two week road trip through the southwest. So we spent a lot of time in new. Desert Moab you know grand. Canyon. We're on all these outdoor places. Now we looked around to vegas which was. Cool to see but but we should have gone the other way. Right Starting Vegas then go out into the great unknown who Kinda cleanse ourselves see the problem with me. I think I flew out..

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"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

07:27 min | 5 months ago

"dg" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Round. In. Hurts my heart. Easy to fall back on just always a guy with a gun in a revenge trip and and you don't get go anywhere with it. If. They saw an ethics that such a great job with PTSD that a lot of veterans need. So that they can get help and stuff like that. It's just like, I'd like to see that more in the book. Yet, John Burnt all just personified that on. So many different levels with that that that level of trauma his body language everything about that was Unmistakably you know the character yet and that sheltered daredevil exists because they definitely from a ladder like ninety. Yeah my favorite aired. A lot of people to the nuances of. Air Delay Minded old you blind anywhere read Sue Oh. Oh. Yeah. Well. That was the funny thing watching it. You know my son and you know just came to that conclusion of, yeah. Fog is a pretty awesome lawyer Matt. He's got his moments but in. I don't really know. Lawyer anymore. Do Do you watch do you watch the show like differently after Britain the character for so long just are you just like Oh that's cool. How did that or an opponent did that or you know? It was a really good experience actually watch the show and and and come back into it both as a professional on the character and personally a little bit too because my son was right at the age where he was finally getting to the point where he was enjoying the characters, you'd come up through lot of the marvel cinematic universe stuff and be charged up about that. So earlier on, you know in dad written wrote comics. Wasn't. So interesting to him now suddenly dad comics, there's a character dad wrote and while they didn't necessarily pick up on a lot of the things. I did there was at least one or two I had named the the chased. Group and so then when they when they named check that that was nice and and while the costume they ultimately gave him wasn't the costume that Scott mcdaniel at designed the whole the whole theory we have behind that costume of like you're gonNA. Help. I can swear and I swear on your podcast. Okay. If I just a little bit, you're getting the shit kicked out of you. You know it it's it's okay if you got something aside from Dan Cotton and we took a lot of grief for that when we had that rationale in the in the fall from grace story and so to have him show up in a not body armor but something that was more protective was a little bit of fun little validation. So I, definitely watched it and appreciate it what they were doing thought. They did extremely well as opposed to be in say the Ben Affleck you know movie many years ago where it was like. You're trying to get through the day. Although I did like the shower scene in there with you know where he just be covered at one and you know we spitting out his teeth. Just, he's gotten he's got knocked around quite badly. Yeah. We'll speaking of that suit and Scott mcdaniel I mean I love Scott mcdaniel night wings like my favorite. DC, character over there. So I loved his run in the nineties on night wing I've talked. Other creators. Did you ever observer thing I don't know if it's Alright feel this, but it's like. Ray Story a certain way based on who you have drawing it. Oh, absolutely, if you're in sync with the partner that you're working with that, that's the best thing you do. You know you learn about each other and you learn what you want. What you WanNa do but also what you're good at if you know if an artist hates drawing horses, this is very minor sort of thing you don't you know suddenly put a a western CNN or or you know out the Horse, ranch? Some people do that but you're not playing to the strengths of what somebody does and you're also not playing to the the interest they have. So once you get into a rhythm and I. Had the good fortune working with some really talented people across a lot of the titles I worked on and I think I was pretty simpatico with the relationships that we had. So you get into a rhythm and and you you're able to to play to those drinks and would Scott especially you know think Scott came into his own. If you look at when he came on the book, He had a certain style that he was. Trying out maybe you know it it was more I would say almost cartoony style. Perhaps, and then when he began to explore the lines in the shadows and the weights that he began really on on the fall from grace story, and then he continued through the rest of our time working on the book and then the Electra. Tyler itself I. Think he really he has he would do right I could write a scene and because we had a a level of understanding I, knew how it was going to come to life. So I could then give him certain things that I knew. He would. He really turn into a terrific action, a terrific emotion or or whatever. And and also fall from grace. I also heard like you've been planning for Loud Ping Electra back. Do you remember if they take the exact point was at the beginning of your run where you started thinking about bringing her back or? Well. You know electric was always out there. Right and that was the big thing that was always in conversation and there was A. An, unspoken. Handshake deal I think between Ralph Macho and whose the editor and and Frank Miller that elector would not come back. So we never pressed on it hard electrodes obviously a very strong character and a big part of Matt Murdock daredevil existence in life every now, and again, we'd sort of say, Hey, you know what about them? What about doing some with Elektra maybe not millet it. Let's let's leave that alone plenty of other things to to kind of work with, but it was really So there wasn't a big plan from say you know when we finish three hundred let's start planning on bringing Electra back soon for our next. Maybe big big thing. But it was as we started thinking about what would become fall from grace we're GONNA hit the thirtieth anniversary right by the time we hit fall from grace. the end of that What's what's a big thing we could do and we were riffing on things. We're GONNA of course, knock around. Matt Murdock's life again because why not Or going to do some, you know hopefully, extraordinary things were talk about a new. You know maybe a look for it. Maybe this'll be a springboard for some some other ideas and then in that conversation actually Ralph I think introduced the idea finally you know we were pushing for in Ralph said, well, what about something you know with with? Electra and we said really And and then as we began to think about what the story could be, you know, then that's what That's really the time line for that planning. So probably you know when a restart planning on that three, fifteen, three, fourteen around that time is really when the the real planning began That's when it probably came into real conversation and to me that's As. Much of what the title refers to you know is her as much as anything that happens to to Matt as you put up that big signpost, the axles at three fourteen were Matt having the nightmare about Electra. Okay. So you're telling us she's GONNA come. Clean. Teasing. Jesus something..

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"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time to thirty two this portion of our news is sponsored by DG DG dot com searching for a new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com Italy is closed all schools and universities until March fifteenth due to the corona virus outbreak but the notion is nearly unthinkable for California where school districts are disinfecting classrooms and door knobs but is it enough KCBS reporter Holly Quan has the story cut across the county's first case of covert nineteen is a person in critical condition after checking into the hospital Sunday with respiratory issues he has no idea how he was infected while some private schools have closed recently for precautions public schools remain open the classrooms being disinfected regularly Terry Katie spokesman for the Contra Costa office of education serving a hundred seventy eight thousand kids we are starting to receive questions from not only parents but certainly schools and school districts around what what's the guidance in regards to distance learning Google classroom would there be flexibility from the state and allowing schools and districts to provide that as an option but not everyone has a laptop at home not all teachers are qualified to do distance learning so choice went with the California school boards association as we don't have the infrastructure to support widespread online teaching the priority is to keep schools open by cleaning them the best they can so there is no master plan for how to operate in a situation like this it's uncharted territory Polokwane KCBS no as the number of coronavirus coronavirus cases continues to multiply there is growing concern that the U. S. has been late to react to the crisis the C. B. S.'s Curtis Kim reports one expert says were still playing catch up the criticism Gautam Dr mark slice of the university of Minnesota's medical school the doctor who runs the infectious disease department says the country did not recognize the magnitude of the disease I think if we had had more widespread testing early on we would have gotten our arms around the the scope of the the epidemic a little sooner Dr slices another factor for our slow response lack of money where was needed the CDC deals with very limited resources the current administration has in fact made a point over the last three years to continually cut budgets of important surveillance programs at the CDC on the positive side the doctor says the U. S. is responding well now that the number of cases is forcing some action so I says the manufacturers are gearing up rapidly and we should see more test kits available very soon in San Francisco Curtis can KCBS you might call hand sanitizer the new liquid gold it seems corona virus fears of lead people to stock up on hand sanitizer leaving store shelves empty and online retailers with sky high prices set by those trying to profit on rush the good news more of the clear gel is on the way corral the best selling hand sanitizer is pumping up production in Walmart and other stores say they are talking to suppliers to stock up bare shelves according to Nielsen US sales of hand sanitizers were up seventy three percent in the four weeks ending February twenty second I kia is recalling more than eight hundred thousand Cullen three drawer chess because they can tip over and crush kids the company says of the ikea Kullen dresser is not stable if not anchored to a wall posing a risk of injury or death to children federal safety officials say consumers should immediately stop using the dressers and place them out of reach of kids I kia is offering consumers the option of a refund or a repair kit to attach the chess to a wall KCBS news time to thirty six in less than three minutes can vessels going to tell us about a new crash on the east shore in Emeryville but right now Dave Ross put it to the test this is Dave Ross on the CBS news radio network presented by zoom video conferencing we've been debating forever whether Americans need universal health insurance and now we have something that might finally help us decide the Wall Street journal reports that the trump administration is considering using government money to reimburse doctors and hospitals that treat uninsured Americans who may have contracted the coronavirus which strikes me as an excellent idea we have about twenty seven million Americans who don't have health insurance so serious epidemic could settle hospitals with a lot of patients who can't pay their rural hospitals that have trouble staying open as it is some uninsured people might be too afraid to even go to a doctor then I just ignore their fever keep spreading the virus and yet I'm sure there are politicians who sincerely see this as a slippery slope towards the government ensuring everyone cell how about a real world test in states run by politicians who truly believe universal coverage is unamerican leave things as they are during the epidemic and in states other pro universal coverage everyone who feels they need treatment would get it at government expense the argument against universal insurance is always how will the government pay for but we don't know yet is what's the cost of not paying for it this would be the perfect time to find out Hey Ross on the CBS news radio network zoom video conferencing featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing free accounts are available at zoom dot US that zoomed out US zoomed video conferencing let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to.

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"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Portion of our news watch sponsored by DG DG dot com searching for a new or used car the happy visit DG DG dot com senator Bernie Sanders condemned reports this week that Russia was attempting to help his campaign as part of an effort to interfere with the democratic election on democratic primary election that is on CBS's face the nation national security adviser Robert o'brien says he hasn't seen intelligence that Russia is trying to help the president get reelected it's conversation that has continued since the two thousand sixteen campaign why would they have a preference for president trump was rebuilding our military was given the cranium is lethal aid to fight Russian troops highs so that doesn't make sense I haven't seen any intelligence that there's any active measures by the Russians are trying get the present reelected for more we're joined on the KCBS ring central news by now by Larry Pfeifer director of the Michael V. Hayden center for intelligence and former senior director of the White House situation room thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us what's interesting about what Robert o'brien is saying is he saying he hasn't seen the intelligence but he also wasn't in the meeting where the intelligence committee and vice president trump that this potentially what's happening or that perhaps Russia preferred him or wanted to help him what do you make of this intelligence do you think it can be trusted oh absolutely the could you give us a call back to the motor report and you go back to Bob Miller's testimony on Capitol Hill and you said the Russians have not stopped very will increase their efforts they'll become more sophisticated and and it is going to happen in twenty twenty and Donald Trump affords them the president United States that is going to have policies that are in Russia's greatest national interest and let's give it a little bit to Bernie Sanders why would why would Russia C. Sanders as as somebody to support to win the democratic nomination so I think two things number one is you know there's no doubt and and this isn't any disparagement against Bernie Sanders there's no doubt that he is a disruptive element in American politics you know he is calling for a revolution over drug you know if you're calling for a change in how we approach many aspects of our society and and so in America that's in looking inward in America that's fighting amongst itself is is in America that's not in the world affecting Russia's ability to to to meet its own objectives so we went through this in two thousand sixteen already do you see any differences in what happened then and what is potentially already being done now to to prevent such and such a situation in my mind the biggest differences this in twenty sixteen although we didn't know the full scope of what Russia was doing we had a president and an administration alarmed by what was happening and unified in taking efforts against the Russians here in twenty twenty we have a president who is calling it a hoax who is spreading Russian disinformation on his own without that presidential leadership it becomes difficult for the bureaucracy to move forward with a divided Congress which the legislation that could protect our elections also being stymied so you know you you know in the end it took really double down to the people trying to be as informed as they can be and making the right decisions November yeah let's talk a little bit more about that with the time we have left if we don't have the leadership that you just mentioned what can the average voter do a lot of the disinformation in two thousand sixteen reportedly came through social media so what would you advise people to do is we had toward the not only through the primary season but toward the general election this year well you know a lot of it just comes back down to you know that stuff you learn back in fifth grade civics class you know you know who you know read read a lot of information find primary sources of information don't let somebody else tell you how to think when you're reading something look at the sources there citing look even look to see if they're even citing sources and you know stay informed get involved you know question candidates question your existing representatives you have to be good informed about public citizens all right well we thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us Larry Pfeiffer is director of the Michael V. Hayden center for intelligence and former senior director of the White House situation.

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Christmas celebrations around the world

Medical Frontiers

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Christmas celebrations around the world

"That's Christmas being celebrated the church of the nativity in Bethlehem at the Vatican in Rome the pope gave his annual Christmas message via interpreter he made a tiny bit of Bethlehem bring hope to the whole continent inquiry number our experience of social and political upheaval so Charlie a fully DG back here in the U. S. president trump and his family are celebrating the holiday as Mar a Lago club in Florida he posted a video message to Twitter for the holiday thanks for the millions of to care for others with compassion and bring the warm listen this holy season to our families or friends or neighbors and to those in need in Paris

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"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Insider Phil Mateer he sponsored by DG DG dot com is searching for a new or used car be happy a visit D. G. D. G. dot com and how about getting to ride that new car over a brand spanking new bridge here in the bay area the idea is being at least entertain by some key CBS news anchors Jeff bell and Patty rising spoke with KCBS and chronicle insider Phil Mateer to find out what this span would be billed for so what are they talking about fell well they're talking about not building it for cars only okay because that would they say look we have a possibility of a second bridge running would say some San Leandro Alameda over to an area around the San Francisco airport he might relieve congestion could relieve congestion on the bay bridge and it might on the San Matteo bridge as well as for the sort of halfway in between the problem with the car only bridge is that if the freeways are backed up on the east bay side and on the San Francisco side which basically doing is you're just adding another lane of gridlock so they're saying what probably they're exploring for options the different options one with car only that one's probably not gonna make it let's say Kerr and bart above the day Kerr and bart under the bay cardboard in rail above the bay or just some other combination of those headed for San Francisco downtown so yeah it's going to be probably a multi use one that would get rail out of the port of Oakland get bart and get cars and trucks moving as well he let me see what I think a lot of people are thinking as they're driving along right now we've we consider how long it took to rebuild the eastern span of the existing bay bridge how can we even be talking about this happening in our lifetime because what's go we're gonna be talking about is making the decision about whether it's going to happen and then how we're going to do it what's behind this this idea it's been around for a long time Jeff I mean I mean it's been going on for I think like fifty years you know what is he selling Tom table off the table on the table off the table cost you know how can you get it done what's happening is next year there's a group of back transit backers among them the the bay area council of groups like the Silicon Valley leadership group that we've heard of in the past in the past other transit measures are sort of a business booster group they are putting together a magnum tax to go on all nine counties okay we did it before with you know this is some of the with that last build build out bond thing we did we're going to do it again nine counties not just a rate that was filmed here you can hear him twice a day on KCBS he is KCBS am chronicle insider filament here check your money now on KCBS street optimism lit a fire under stock sending prices to new heights the Dow Jones industrial average soared two hundred twenty three climbing above twenty eight thousand for the first time the S. and P. five hundred and twenty four the nasdaq composite rose sixty two the federal reserve is warning that persistently low interest rates could threaten the stability of the financial system in the semi annual report it says continuing low interest rates could Dan bank profits and push bankers and risk your behavior we work reportedly made the a hot water with the SEC over its failed initial public offering sources say the agency is looking into possible rule violations by we work the inquiry is said to be preliminary Reynolds consumer product design wrap plans to go public the maker of Reynolds wrap aluminum foil and hefty trash bags is filed for an initial public offering the plans to list its shares on nasdaq under the symbol R. E. Y. N. Lowry Kaski Bloomberg radio.

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"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sponsored by DG DG dot com searching for new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com there was a police are appealing to the public for help after an apparent street race took a deadly turn KCBS as Peter finch reports officers would like to hear from anyone with information on a deadly crash in south San Jose Saturday night police in San Jose are looking for three men who were in a gray B. M. W. that appeared to be Racine of black twenty fourteen jeep north on snow Avenue around six twenty five Saturday evening just north of Rosenbaum Avenue the driver of the jeep lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a tree both men in the jeep died at the scene they were the thirty second and thirty third people to die in a fatal crash in San Jose this year as for the B. M. W. it stopped three men got out surveyed the crash got back into the B. M. W. and took off police are looking for help identifying the B. M. W. and its occupants Peter finch and the case to be as news time now at five twenty two a crackdown on the road so for impaired drivers set comes with bay area freeways packed with holiday travelers ready to enjoy the beautiful weather and the beautiful beaches of Santa Cruz County or some most popular destinations his message Jennifer Hodges reports officials are warning beach traffic could cost highway gridlock were sitting in it as we speak thousands of people still trying to make it over the hill heading to the beach we rely on the torch to come over here and spend time in.

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"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For us in terms of time whether we're close for two days or three days so when you think about it normally we have about thirty six hours of actual workable productive construction time this weekend we're gonna get sixty so that's where you get that use G. huge jump it really makes a difference for us and Chris what kind of work is going to be done and I understand this is part of a bigger projects so it's going to be ongoing over the next couple months yeah it's a multitude of things that we're trying to accomplish overall we're going to be replaced replacing five thousand linear feet of track the big work is replacing six which is these are huge contract components there more than two hundred feet in length some of them and it requires a two hundred sixty five ton crane to move some of these components the and the way the way to think about is these are a lot like intersections for driving we use the switches to move trains from rail to rail there are really important part of the railway and the bottom line here is some of these components they date back to nineteen seventy two when we started service they're old they're outdated they need to be replaced it's going to provide us a much more reliable ride and a safer ride and quieter too right absolutely I mean there are a lot of benefits to this and this is all made possible by measure are are which was approved by voters back in twenty sixteen three point five billion dollars to rebuild Barda it's long overdue so what is the number one message for both bart riders and passengers because there is a bus bridge for people who are taking transit yeah would that make no bones about it they're gonna be delays in and we need to get that word out so people can prepare now if you're riding bart there is a free bus bridge thanks for our partners at AC transiting county connection were telling folks if you're writing part in that area and you're going to use the bus bridge factor in at least forty minutes into your diet like into your time a it could even be more than that the peak period on Saturday afternoon if you're driving you have to expect daytime lane closures on eastbound twenty four to kill road through the holiday weekend we're closing up to two lanes be ready for that we're partnering with Caltrans on that to monitor the back ups in real time if those back up star to approach thirty minutes then will dial down that closure from two lanes to one so that we can limit the traffic impacts we really want to keep it under thirty minutes thanks so much that's bart's Chris Filippi the six under the moneywatch sponsored by DG DG.

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"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"By DG DG dot com searching for a new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com in one country there are signs that the harvest is approaching KCBS is Jim Taylor takes a closer look from Sonoma to napa to Mendocino the colors of the grapes are changing the the actual purple or red start on on the vines is when you start to say okay we're going to have another harvest season they're great they're gonna get are gonna right and and so it is a good indicator for us and always and always a fun time Carissa cruise cinema county grape growers association Michael Wolff heads up a vineyard management service in napa valley what we're starting to see finally I might add the is little bits of changes of color in the berries which is called Parisian region it's our word of the day it's a very exciting time here that values we call this period river raisin which is really just a fancy word for the beginning of ripening still ruled Bethan family vineyards back to Michael wolf that's a signal that that the vines are sort of shifting gears out of their vegetative state and going into their reproductive state and back to Joe rule seeing a lot of color already appear to our maybe eighty percent colored up as what we say and we're just seeing the first color buried in the late right like Cabernet all of which points to harvest forty five to sixty days away because it can't be hurried my son was so no one has time KCBS it's frustrating you load up your carry on bag so you won't have to.

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 'It's likely someone knew the shooters in El Paso and Dayton were about to do something but ignored the warning signs' says ex FBI domestic terrorism expert

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

'It's likely someone knew the shooters in El Paso and Dayton were about to do something but ignored the warning signs' says ex FBI domestic terrorism expert

"Is K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams DG cleaver work for the FBI for more than twenty five years and has experience in domestic terrorism cases he says it's likely someone new the shooters in el Paso and date and we're about to do something but ignored the warning signs flavor says it's very rare for someone plotting such events to make their plans in a vacuum they're almost always somebody or some people who are aware of plans as they develop opinions and attitudes that people might be espousing that can certainly raise a red flag for a potential propensity for committing acts of violence this is in the thirties are chipped off there is time to intervene authorities become aware of potential plans being made and through under cover operations and the uses of cooperating sources of undercover agents can assert themselves in these plans a program and that happens all the marquee rooms K. Y. W. news

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"dg" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

Seeking Wisdom

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"dg" Discussed on Seeking Wisdom

"So you you were on with Steve Lucas who is the CEO of Marquette Oh now has some other more at adobe big role. Did you feel like? Did he bring your energy of guys in electrics electric I'm wired his keynote before and I was like man and I could tell he kind of brought you up. He brought me up. He was just like pumping up he was pumping it up so much by the time I got stages. MAZING. And got to spend a Lotta time with him in the market Tim. Backstage also got the hang and me Paseo Dobie. Pretty good hundred. Fifty billion. In marketing nine billion in revenue last year. Yeah. That's pretty good. It's pretty good. It's pretty good. You know it's funny. Adobe was like one of those things where I think we do a lot of cool stuff but there are certain companies that we do stuff with our get attached to that like the team lights up more adobe was one because that's like everybody adjutant uses adobe. Creative team was like why we're doing some with adobe like that was the next next level. WHO's the CEO Adobe Amazing? Yoda like humble man he's been. He's been running that company for ten years in there for a long time since ninety one. Amazing. Humble leader. That's crazy. All right. Well, I'm glad you're back back more shows temporarily. Any kind. Oh. Yeah. Presents Club Presence Club. We have presence here against my will we have presents club here at drift and? Connor have. Not High on my list. excited. I think it's I. Think it's cool. The way that we did presidents club though it's cool to see people that are nine sales going on the trip we flip and tell people are excited. Yeah. We you think Michelle is exciting retire Michelle all week trying to trying to Jack Kennedy tell she's excited. She she's mistreating excited I think she's GonNa. Have a good time. I don't know can drink the water. Do I need mosquito shots there with? -squitoes. You'll be okay. Dr Becky. Okay. Okay. All right. So so today we're GonNa talk about this concept of the beginners mindset. Okay. In this came up because of something that you actually you tweeted out. So so we put up this new drift insider lesson which I wanNA talk to you about a little bit. Later, we put on his new drift insider lesson and you tweeted out you tweeted you tweeted out outright and then our our guy, our friend Lucas Walker, who at Walker Lucas on twitter shadow to Lucas he said how many tricks were in this tweet I can spot four basically he kinda dissect your tweet and he found eight marketing lessons inside of this tweet. Yeah, it was amazing because. It's a backup I had. Sent out a tweet and I had basically modified some copy that probably you wrote there. Someone. On the team rope but I had added stuff to it and and I tweeted out us. Announcing this insider course drift.

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"dg" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"dg" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Her most people think it's rehearsed yeah i now the level back the curtain yeah well i would say mostly people assume that what we're doing is spontaneous but it's actually very very choreographed gregory uh yes i love this we don't right our stuff no no wait no no the dialogue the language have language itself yes we have a team of writers yang writers and um yeah yeah just kind of source so we do a lot of of rehearsals in there is no there is no spontaneity know how important is it to have a team of young writers speak on that for a moment because i think it's so important because nee are so in touch with a way that i just you know i had a dog i have fostered a dog i was out of culture didn't i do know uri right is that in teaching and so it's it's you really the hold the trump trump i i didn't know that how at acting i know shocked perez dg vi has exactly the holzer i mean were walking on a it's landmine carefully like even saying that i as i like that term they just wanted to be called culture it's not media it's eggshells and so we were so the young writers and we bring them in the ruler clusters references that they're able to pull out this fergon duck tales at back to the future in some of these are cool hip commuting reverend as that i am seeing emerge now yeah that i have no of oh yeah.

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"dg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"dg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Said theresa may john called ymca did strike a very positive tone at the news conference all the statement that they made in fact john junkoo said this is not a failure is just the beginning of the final round they said they were going to continue to talk this week and john kushinka did express some optimism that actually they could have a breakthrough by the eu leaders summit on december fourteen of course we uk very much wants to talk to move from divorce on trade by the end of the year meanwhile irish prime minister leo garage cut said that even if it all goes wrong at the december summit perhaps they can have another summit in january so there is still a little bit of a hopeful tone but you know when you consider the fact that this irish border issue is so intractable and that at the eleventhhour it all went wrong on monday and also the fact that the european court of justice according to a person familiar was also still a little bit of a sticking point during this lunch between urine and charomei it does become perhaps a little bit difficult to see how may console this in a matter of days in dg vida is undone time constraints of big change thank you so much for joining us live from brussels yeah it is a very difficult area but the truth is that with each of the three issues it has been incredibly rickie from the irish buddha to whether or not the ecj will be the final arbiter what it comes to eu nationals writes in the uk and the money they've all continue to pose problems yeah absolutely i mean a treated theresa may will have to make somebody unhappy when it comes to this equation i just want to break a corporate line on the bloomberg this morning sin a world is to buy regal for twenty three dollars per share this is the corporate soy that we've been talking about for some time now essentially senate wells will make this purchase by racing 17 billion pounds via a rights issue three point six billion dollars that's the value of this transaction about you're listening to daybreak europe this is boots.

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"dg" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dg" Discussed on KELO

"Was engaged in a coverup well thomas back with me again tonight with an update while he's here to give coast to coast am a real scoop on a story that is embargoed actually until november the neath that's just in a few hours but we have the story here first by the time he joins me in hours three and four of the program he'll give us that scoop coast to coast listeners will be the first to hear this important update on the deby cooper case several weeks ago october twenty six president trump cleared the way for the release of thousands of documents relating to the assassination of president john f kennedy in accordance with the john f kennedy assassinations records collection act 1992 that was signed into law by president bush the elder after intense public uh salary stone the director of the landmark film of the assassination k and released a year earlier in the end trump appeared to have given in to pressure from us spy agencies and there were thousands of documents held back however since then more documents were released on november the third and so on by the nights longtime jfk assassination research jim dg nieto has been happily pressed into service to help us poor over some of the more tantalizing documents in the first half of tonight's audio imagine area not surprisingly none of the papers contained the signed confession of the grassy knoll gunman nowhere in the reams and reams of paper was the was there a cia memo to the kill teen authorizing the assassination no halcion written note from carlo marcelo too his mind minions instructing in to show up a dealey plaza with games at the ready however some.

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"dg" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dg" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Hundred five two will wanna two seven follow drug twitter to ask dg drew one o two seven all right so yeah this ryan's roses follow up is a follow up for the ages because we we've got an email from michelle she thought her husband was cheating her husband sends the rose his to erica michelle reacts that the woman's name is erica turns out erika is the one that sent michelle and emails saying that she was sleeping with their husband because erica was in love with michelle and to get back at her sought out her husband does that make sense it it doesn't make sense in like a real world that's what happened yeah that's what happened so erica was told by michelle who thought her husband was cheating turns out he was but with her girlfriend oh and the husband didn't have any clue about this right now he was close and and michelle told erica that she was going to leave her husband for erica and erica told i forget if she had a husband or a wife did she will leave her wife four michelle and the husband is no any of this but the husband was cheating but those missing so is this like oh so we'll talk to america who is in the middle of all of it at 740 insisted he now with the sis report so go ahead another try fakta or i guess lovetriangle you can say is the weekend selena gomez and justin bieber so i think the weekend at had a right to be skeptical of justin from the get go no because this all kind of started and this is why i say i think we can annoni started going downhill for selena and the weekend and i think it started going downhill in june when she got her kidney transplant his that's when justin reached out to her and they kinda connected around that time just as friends quote unquote and at the time the weekend didn't care he trusted selena but he never trust justin so i think that that was kind of the beginning of the end was back in june even though it was just reported this week that they broke up but this week alone selena.

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