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"dan ban" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Axl Rose felt at home on Saint Marks Place in Manhattan's village. He could feel the inspiration that drove his heroes. The RAMONES The New York dolls to create some of the most dangerous music. He'd ever heard music that to this day. February seventeen eighty eight still spoke to the angry young man in squalor crime and grab punk rockers. Skinheads hippies hanging on for dear life homeless people drag Queens Junkies. Tourists Saint marks was a low key Bohemian Bizarre counter cultures. Clashing UP AGAINST ONE. Another in the form of hard to find books harder to find records and imported porn studded belts. Dr Martens boots. Leather days and other edgy irreverent fashion items unavailable the rest of America like that. Charlie don't surf t shirt hanging in the window. Trashing Vaudeville the one with Manson's nineteen. Sixty-nine mugshot big and intense emblazoned across the front axle. Thought was killer so we popped into the store and have the dude with the peroxide hair. He popped tattoo behind the counter. Grab it for Axa. Wouldn't wear it on stage that night. Now he had been lizzy shirt teed up for that the show later that evening at the Ritz. A couple blocks north of saint marks was being broadcast live on TV and Axel's Band. Guns and roses was wired tight for maximum rock and roll. America took notice when air the show is washed by relatively small audience of American teenagers. Up Way Pass through bad times but the show is recorded on dusty. Vhs tapes passed around. High school corridors repeatedly over the coming months until the ferocity of guns and roses was recognized and salivated over on mass by high school. Kids everywhere. Axl Rose came to life on. Screen is a real life version of the breakfast club's giant vendor. He was the highest. You'll burn out who we all knew growing up. The one who doubled down on shop electives in wore ripped jeans out of necessity. Not Out of a sense of fashion. The guy who supported self-imposed cigarette burns on his muscular forearms. It was rumored to have a bud man tattoo on his ass. This was the same dude who sat in the back of the classroom and simultaneously frightened in attract with the cheerleaders. Those same shooters. Who wouldn't give you the time of day. You saw this dude standing alone quiet at the edge of the KEG party off of the train tracks. You left him alone because he heard the story of time he busted the bottle of michelob across the jock. The big mouths face but inside burned to know more about what made him tick what made him so pest and what made him so fucking cool just like that kid. Axa was filled with contempt untapped competent onstage. At the Ritz. You could feel anger. It was something that had been building up inside his birth. It was coming out one way or another likely through violent rage or petty crime but rock and roll saved otherwise asked rose would likely have been in jail on that night instead of blowing the minds of all in attendance as well as everyone watching at home television and later a memory onstage. Little older than the millions of high civil burnouts would soon come to worship him and his band. He was essentially the same angry. Young man was growing up back in Lafayette Indiana. But at the Ritz. It was clear that it's time tump. And he'd arrived with the murderers row of bemis slash the bronze to mad hatter Donnas izzy straddling with his Ronnie Wood via Johnny thunders. Cool dust mccague eleven feet tall oozing punk rock sex in excitement and the wide eyeball of heavy metal. Puppy Dog Charisma Steven Abbott a band. That you can immediately tell never had a fuck to give. Their lives. Show was flawless. Even with the flaws it was flawless songs. Like Mr Brownstone the jet. You'll night train. And the showstopper rocket Queen Veer from brilliant to train wreck and back again and the time it takes to suck a Marlboro red from. I blame down to toxic. Filter was from the street in four the street and they're Leyritz representative band living a hand to mouth life of rock and roll the battery and all too willing to let themselves die in the pursuit of you couldn't tell if they were creatively brave risking it all in the service of making totally authentic rock and roll or if there are just too stupid to know any better than through it. All Dan ban was impossibly cool every shot every pose every note. Even the attitude ones who slash every voelkel even the ones from axle to run out of bread all combined to somehow make them seem even cooler and if you tried you couldn't created a more representative version of Iraq enrolled in the one axle rose to the stage on February second nineteen. You wouldn't know it from watching them. But that banned the fuck all attitude that propelled it and more specifically singer have been a long time in the making the cracks in the back of the hand. His mouth came quick. It was unexpected in. Its stung like a motherfucker. Young AXA taste is blood. Bubbling up from his lip. The damage could have been worse but Luckily Axles Dad where rings jewelry was too ostentatious for at the cost. So is Barry. Manilow is number one hit Mandy which was what put acts on the receiving end of another blow to the grill. Axle made the mistake of absent mindedly singing along to the song's chorus with its lyrics. That his dad somehow considered sexually suggestive. What actual seriously did not understand how he was related? This dude is old man this abusive religious nut back but that was because Axel wasn't actually related to him he just didn't know it yet and then again young. Axl Rose didn't know much beyond led Zeppelin. Riffs Elton John Melodies pent up rage for the man. He thought was his father soon. Young axe to learn that his father was really stepfather and that his real father was never to be brought up. It was a discovery that did little to endear axel to Stepdad in thus the violence continued. It wasn't reserved for just acts of either his step-dad through his fist around to keep axles mom in line as well axelrod. All's a little boy and a teenager the beatings and the mental anguish and by the time he was sixteen. Rock and roll was salvation. That in this new friend is they've arrived on the stones. Acdc Arrowsmith the new onslaught of British punk bands and feeding America. The sex pistols generation acts in the clash and they also bonded over beer brass pills and of course the two of them especially axel took her to be possible to fuck with the local authorities. Axle had a real hatred for the small town. Conservative square job local cops to him. There were just an extension of the repression in bullshit rules imposed by Stepdad. Except out on the street he could talk back and let loose Dina rage. He carried an arrest for disturbing. The peace was worth it. He can never let loose on his Stepdad. Like he could've cops plus the cops would have to catch him first so axel mouth off. Lafayette's finest every chance he got and the cops and turn found a special kind of satisfaction whenever they could bust his ass throw him in jail and the result was a long string of juvenile arrests. For Petty Crimes Public Drunkenness Loitering etc. Fucking with the cops was always fun. But music was becoming the main focus for Axel and for izzy and they put a little band together and played when they could but mostly they studied and listen to the masters whenever they got the chance and their latest obsession was the soundtrack album for the film over the edge and adolescent crime. Drama set in the fictional suburb of Granada were the towns kids or tired of being neglected by their parents than other authority. Figures finally rebel setting about to destroy and terrorize their town through a fiery crime spree. He could relate to the teenage wasteland. Anti-authority vibe portrayed just like the kids in Granada. Axel felt neglected and oppressed and was compelled to vent his unhappiness through violence. Plus the movie soundtrack was the shit cheap trick van Halen the cars Jimi Hendrix and even that ballot at the end. The one by Valerie Carter. That played where the kids were. Bussed off to juvenile hall. It was all right up axles alley but actually wouldn't be shipped off to Juvie. He'd soon be on a bus headed for different kind of jungle altogether Los Angeles California. We'll be right back. After this word word were CA- gas tax season can be a big giant pain. But it's all worth it when you open the mailbox and there's a VAT refund waiting for you. You see that one Philippine waiting for unless it turns out that someone else already filed your return this happens. 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"dan ban" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A guy, you know, and Forrest Gump came back around about three weeks after I auditioned for it. And and offered me the part. And so now, I I didn't have anything. And now all of a sudden thing, right? I gotta make a decision between them a movie called tall tale. That Disney was doing and Forrest Gump, and I very much wanted to play. The Vietnam veteran the tall tale movie. I would have been played the the father in a movie about a little boy. And the mother was going to be played by my wife Maura. Oh, so turn down playing the father and working with wife and went to work with Tom Hanks, and and and did Forrest Gump. But I think it was the right move. Absolutely absolutely was ten years after nine eleven you created the Gary Sinise foundation you last year raised thirty five million dollars thirty five million in one year alone among its programs construction of a special adapted smart homes for severely wounded veterans center provided mortgage free homes. You know, you you lead Lieutenant Dan ban and touring hundreds of shows a concert station and military bases and war zones. I mean, you're a guy that has really put his money. Where's mouth? Authors and gotten this done and do you're doing amazing amazing things every day, man. Well, thank you. I guess I was always the kind of guy that just takes action. You know? And maybe maybe it's out of it came from. Insecurity in some ways years and years ago when I was a kid, I was always a little intimidated because academically I just I just couldn't cut things, you know, I really struggled. If you look at my mom, save all my report cards from kindergarten through high school. And if you look at them, it's like a D average. It really is. It's like a D average all the way from little kid to to high school. But then I get into high school, and I start taking all the theater classes. And all of.
"dan ban" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And what I love is the arc of your career. That is revealed in grateful American. I did not know that my brothers were veterans of Vietnam is my brother-in-law is and you have brother-in-law, and you have one died who gave a lot to this country. I didn't know you would produce tracers, and that you had become familiar with the Vietnam veteran community through tracers. Of course, you're working Forrest Gump made you Lieutenant Dan that everyone calls out knows. But then Apollo thirteen you know, that sort of stuff then you go into Catholicism. With the backdrop of the struggles Moya has with alcohol and the LA riots. The Northridge earthquake all that there's an arc in this story that you're supposed to be doing what you're doing right now. That's what your whole career is built to to have the visibility. And the ability to deliver for these troops in these first responders. I mean, I think that comes through in the book. I hope so. Well, I'm I'm I'm I'm grateful that you think that? It's it really has been an interesting journey. From struggling as a kid in high school in school. Gosh, I struggled all the way through school. But when I stumbled into acting. Just by accident happened to be standing in the hallway when the drama teacher walked by until two auditions or west side story. And so I went and did that and got in the play. And that's. That just set me on a course that I ended up being able to make a living west of the acting over the years, and and not everyone ends up with the presidential citizens medal. And they don't give those away to people who just serve the troops. It requires the kind of commitment that you made the snowball express it requires a kind of commitment that you made the operation Iraqi children it requires actually requires genuine service. And I love the fact that I don't love the fact that you were in an accident. On the George Washington Parkway. I love the fact that you wrote I'm grateful. I woke up I'm grateful. I healed not everyone wakes up or heels that's a recognition to the world. And some of us are really blessed. Like I love doing what I do. You love doing what you do. And it's our obligation to give back. Well, I I know that. After September eleventh. I just felt devastated and my heart was breaking for families who lost loved ones our country. The service members were deploying to Afghanistan and Iraq, and the families that were struggling through that because folks were getting hurt and people were getting killed and we were losing, folks. And I just I needed to do something, Hugh, and I remember go into our little Catholic church and standing there and listening to the priest on the Friday after September eleventh. It was a. President Bush made it a national day of prayer for the nation and everybody was just in the churches and everything you know, they were packed and I was standing there and standing room only in there. I just there's something I heard something that just sort of called me to service, and and and told me that service would would help heal broken heart. And so I started raising my hand everywhere. I could there's a there's a bunch of serendipity kid rock said come on play with me. And you know, you were a bass player from way back. So you can pick up a base and play with kid rock at camp Anaconda thing. But your first gig with Lieutenant Dan band for the USO is actually on dago Garcia, which I know about because I cover navy stuff a lot. But that's like the most remote part in the world to watch. Well, I think they were they sent us there because they weren't sure we could play. So we went out in the middle of the Indian Ocean to the small island where we have we had b one bombers up out there that were heading up in the Afghanistan, and they don't get a lot of entertainment on DA go there. It's a hard road to get there. You it takes almost twenty four hours to get there from where we we were. So they were they had to be thrilled. And fact every audience you describe of first responders, but mostly military, they love hearing the Lieutenant Dan ban and these guys identify with Lieutenant Dan in a way that is unique I've seen it. I saw it at the Nixon library when you spoke. There you moved by the way, a couple of friends of mine in the audience who are very generous people said, you really move them. They want to get involved with the Gary Sinise foundation now, and I want to make sure we gotta talk when I come back from vacation. I want people to understand what the Gary Sinise foundation does because you didn't write this book for yourself. This is not the typical book tour you're out there. Telling people about the Gary Sinise foundation because the. Gary Sinise foundation is supporting.
"dan ban" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Or party for. Twenty seven thousand five hundred dollars. I learned that from agent tweet about the Dan band, that'd be a foot. Dan ban is less though the one I actually really looked at, which I think was ten was Richard cheese. You heard radio. He's Richard. She does like lounge cover? Yes, metal saw was really well good. Yeah, I have heard of it. Yeah, but but we're getting, I'm getting married in AM. So just out of curiosity, I asked my agent, you find me like how much it costs to get like real bands. Yeah, just I need to know it. Yeah. Like if you really should be sick if I walked on, oh my God. Amazing. That'd be awesome. Yeah, but but you but we not that I have thirty two, but I considered something like that. But then it's like they're not playing. You're like wedding songs and yeah, there and like maybe you could convince them to play along a bit and do a few covers or whatever. But primarily you'd be hosting a real big fish concert wedding. Yeah, we went against. Yeah, true. But like you could get, who is what was the really Darius? Rucker was twenty. And I thought for a minute that that would actually be kinda cool to have Hootie and the blowfish, but who'd he, I don't need office. You just eat Hootie, didn't he hit it and like started different band for, I think mostly country. But if you can book Tim, he knows what he needs to play the. Yeah, you slip an extra five. You're like. Oldies, but there was like some little punk bands and stuff that you've heard of that you sell cool. You you. It's like there's a, there's a real sweet spot. And I mean, you gotta be fucking loaded obviously, but there's a real sweet spot at about seventy five grand, which is we look if you're selling tickets or something, you know, or are you had a charity or doing something but like seventy, five grand? We'll get you like live like a big band for the nineties. Yeah, you know what I Like mean? a band. It's like, whoa, really? Like bands and oh, who's the other one that was like seventy five. That was soul. Asylum was forty, Sola silent for forty, right? Fuck. Who was the other nineties banned? I feel like every every ever clear you could get ever clear for seventy five pretty good, actually. All right. All right. Never clear your what? Yeah. Yeah. Or you might you don't wanna fuck up. I get someone like to sad though. You don't wanna get like some shit. It's like buying a fifteen year old Bentley. Yeah. Yeah, right. Oh wow. These were four hundred grand when they come eighty eighty five grand tantric oh my God. You know, I thought it'd be fun is modest Yahoo. Actually I thought for a Jewish wedding, modest Yahoo, bedroom and a lot. But he I bet you these over a hundred thousand not really more than I can afford but not over one hundred is he was like I like sixty or seventy. Yeah, because he's only because it depends on how you people in the band too. Right? Yes, big bands. It's like if you wanna big bad voodoo daddy, it's like a hundred grand in their a one hit. Wonder fourteen of how about just Natalie Imbruglia. We got a bath tub. Fifteen grand feeling apple. At the top end imagine go, she aiding with those people. Oh my God. That's what James agent for you. Talk to them like fucking if the very top in case anyone's curious, Billy Joel Elton, John share Madonna and who the fuck was the other one. Somebody just Rolling Stones and YouTube were two million. That was the high end. Yeah, I've heard stories. I thought I think it was Jim Jefferies performed at some famous actors birthday or something. David Packers birthday party out of Packer, you, you don't. He's a, he's an Australian rich guy was engaged to Mariah Carey. That's why you know who he is. He's Mariah Carey's boyfriend story was about per her hiring him to perform at his birthday party and not remembering who he was..
"dan ban" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Okay welcome back again so the question was about yeah I was asking about when Larry Holmes fought Muhammad Ali in, the the fight, before which you know of course tied into the Larry Holmes was Mike Tyson. Fight and what happened with it was called the last hurrah was was what it was built I think it was nineteen. Eighty when when Mohammed Ali went in and much much older Mamad Ali went into fight Larry, Holmes, and I, think, you read you remember what happened Well I think it was it was because an homes you know he'd. Be to wanna hurt alley Zaki. And Ali was you know towards the tail end of his career and a lot of people, got kinda got turned twelve to Larry home because There's a hero Exactly but anyway but when we went to to buy Taza, told something here Anyway. What happened was on night then homes came out there dancing Jabeen moving, around I tried to like, Muhammad Ali guy. Dancing around to Mike. Tyson pressure, nail him with some shots Dan ban wou he really did And Larry couldn't really, get off on ties was, moving moving moving. Moving but India Taishan head, and really, going in If you know he. Didn't to Ryan homes went. Down so he went down hurt I decided I'm not even gonna bother to count because he was he was very wobbly for over thirty seconds, and I'll Rhonda les. Rendezvous, Tyson but Taza was, devastating and, and but of course you know Baddest man on the. Planet, that's, came from the, yeah yeah There's so many grow the, great fights well let me ask you this because how many how often have you see where the old guard the old lion. Goes down, to the to the to the young and hungry I mean we talk, about it right there with, both Larry Holmes all very homes, losing any. Young Mike Tyson an old Mamad Ali, all young, Larry Holmes. You go back to Joe Louis Louis new young rocky Marciano? Go back to any kind of. You know, what I mean it happened where. The old dog I mean we. Just two draws. In BELTRAN, we see it all the time we're an older I mean I just was reading today that Oscar de LA, Hoya says that if he was twenty eight or. Twenty nine he was knocked out Mayweather, with, when they fought and then you? Go? Back? And say well what about when Julio Cesar, Chavez you what if. He was, twenty eight or twenty nine he would be you I mean that's kind of. Something, where The reason, I, bring this up because when you? Look? At? This triple g fight does this feel like, another case of the. Old guard, being displaced by the new Feel like you guys last passing the, torch exactly it happened you mentioned it John Hoya Chavis which I was a referee An Oscar de LA Hoya the, first round came out there He and a Saudi Jabeen. Real. Oscar had good hijab hijab job. Is I like that good like. A three inch. First round I try to bless coming down I'll, call time I had the doctor. Look at it right away and he said it was. Okay but yet for the next couple of rows, he was he was blinded. By his own blood equal c He he was getting hit See where this, is having you know Puncher he could hit a good shot. To live a life banana, good night Have you ever went down yes But he he fought a job is a job is was tried his best calling the doctors about two or three, occasions, and semi caller. Ringside doctor doctor flip or Maske I took place and he's. Powders back in ninety ninety. Six I they believe it was and of course I went to call the. Doctor a third time I? Deduct Joe we gotta stop it and the reason, why, I keep bringing. Him over because I was hoping. Doctoral me to stop it. Because I made a cut. Was big we had a good in but you wanna see somebody get hurt Of course job is, to protect us fighter from taking unnecessary. Punishments, first, and foremost right yeah. Exactly and and I was talking about the doctor maybe we'll stop here now because I saw it coming next Friday I got I know. I got him now and, that's when I call time though yeah The doctor because I don't wanna see guy. Get hurt because he, was equals c yeah so. Anyway that was a real turning point in Deloitte's career right when he, came up and and really when. He put that just like actually. Just like beating, delahoya was a big turning point in fluids career beating an. Jason's like, that's a big deal and it's a big especially when it's an old, it's? Funny, though. When you look at back at Oscar de, LA Hoya he was so young and handsome and I mean Olympia. In star. He was American but he had, the Mexican fans because he was Mexican. Descent It. Reminds me of his new protege and I don't just. Mean Cannella who's also of course Mexican and. Handsome and all this other stuff but Ryan Garcia and the reason I bring him up is because he fights tonight and you. Know. Another nobody, whose name will never hear again but you know they're building the resume this is how it works but this is a guy who you know invite worlds my brother talks about him all the time which is mind blowing him because he's never. Find anybody you know, what I mean but he's. A guy who's done a really good job again his name out there, he's got like a million Twitter. Followers and he's nineteen he's got. Twitter beef with, other other boxers the is a young fighter who has challenged Here's a making of a champion is often yeah. Just but you know oh. Yeah, you know when you're do you call a. Greenhorn quite ready yet but he's got he's got a great potential what. Do you have to say about the way. Not just you? Know him, in the ring 'cause obviously, you get, he's lightning-quick but his defensive mechanics have we've covered that plenty, of times but his his ability to, together. Such a fan base it's such a young age obviously a, lot of that is the? Golden boy promotions machine they are they, are so good at what they do but, do you, think this is saying something about the the, new age of badgers I know a guy that you've personally had had a lot of contact with Devon, Haney he's now become the he fights. In the three, weeks I think September. Twenty second he he's now, the youngest promoter in boxing history these young fighters are. Taking the taking their careers in their own, hands they're promoting their own fight that promoting themselves do. You think I mean I? Think there's probably was you know going into a lot of, these guys mold you. Go to you look at Mayweather and before him Delaware. Do you think this is a really good. For the sport the way are promoting themselves What happens is that he's one of the few that you ever heard of from what he can do it because he he. Can back it up oh. Yeah, could talk to talk walk the walk and. What you can do that in any business you go into well you. Know he's got it because I tell you. I've been working? His quantum, a couple of times and, I'm too, I'll be working the next week with him he's he's got, what it takes you know he got, the. Making of a champion he's already spa with gym as somebody's, champion that he'd been sparring World champions and he's made these guys look a little bit Oh yeah Wow and he's. He's outstanding he's got what. It, takes. Oh yeah I just nothing makes me better than when I see guys who who are, overwhelmingly talented like the majority of Deontay wilder career. Terence Crawford, I mean still these guys who have so, much talent but they no one knows who. They are their name is. Out, there well that's why I give so much great to these young guys who like I had, fought nobody but you know, their name, you know we had a loving Kuwata ESPN office. Awhile, back yeah and he walked up the street. Building everything nobody knew who the hell he. Was really. Nobody, knew yeah he's, powerful. PA, probably That's, crazy It goes to show that a beautiful get. That visibility, then again it's. Way class he's in this part. Of. It sure if he won thirty one hundred. Thirty eight We've been a middleweight heavyweight. I mean, going down the. Street everybody knows who he is. Probably. Yeah he looked like a regular you know Bigalow, he does Walk you down nobody. Knows who, years you know Gloves around, his neck Oh it does it was up to maybe just start doing that Maybe he's wearing a belt around his. Waist, wouldn't hurt. You know we're gonna talk about the mother champion But, you listeners. Out there, don't go away.
"dan ban" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Custard or something custard. Kremb rule. What what you got? I totally got old school bubblegum. Then men bubble gum. I'm good. I am good. I don't even know what color. This is kind of a reddish orange color. It's like three different types of red. Cinnamon. Yeah. Wait, wait, wait. Oh, this one was up someone's nose. I picked a yellow one and it's lemon right. Get disappointed, like doing fucking lemons at Hogwarts. Seems weird. All right. I have one question. Ask each and every one of you before we proceed to the games portion of the show, and that is this one Dan ban? Kirk? Yes. What was the last movie? Ant man and wasp. Is it though wa- spur just ant wasp? I think it's a let me tell him. Know someday. This is going to be a full title thing you say to somebody right? Exactly. The correct title is yes. Atman and the waas. Oh, I know like you like, are you sure, Doug? No, I'm absolutely sure Sam and the maybe sure it's not the v. waas. No, because it's, you'll see when you see the movie. I saw it. Well, in the opening titles, the two, these are next to each other one. Flies over to its correct spot, but to me, that's the correct title. Gotcha. Before that happens, did you like it did except for. Fucking Comecon. If you haven't seen man the wasp or the wasp that's on you. I just I felt like they had a hard time raising the stakes because I knew where we were at in the universe. So I'm like when our half of you melting, when are we getting to the point where half of you work on? And then I was also constantly trying to figure out because of fan theories like how will this work out that some of them do survive. So I think that took the universe has a whole kind of took me out of just watching that film. Yeah. Well, I wish I wish you luck in finding a DeLorean to build a fix this dilemma. Dan Harmon. Would you like a beverage? First of all, you saw me looking at yours like. Without me asking. Special Royal. I had ordered a grey goose double grey goose on the racks, no fruit. Someone anyone, you don't even have to work here right. Just double goose. What's the rest of that on the rocks? No. What are you James von. And I'll take a Jack and coke. Fancy drink orders, no fruit, no fruit, food, Jack, and coke and Andrea you. Good. Bullshit. I don't want to be only one. I'll take like a stellar. No fruit fella, no fruit. You can take air. It is goodness fast. Also, you know what? I love turtles. No straw. I'm woke mother fuckers. What about those chocolates that they call turtles if you guys have those? That would be wonderful. Pixies load them up. Dan, what was the last movie you saw. Is that death wish reboot with Bruce Willis. Apple tv. Okay. He didn't really nobody in that movie. You had a death wish. Everybody wanted to live real bad. But you never felt like, oh, he'll just he'll die for this. No. I saw the title I I, I was like, this is victim blaming. Enough. Death wish how dare you. I think the first death was with Charles Bronson. The idea was that some gang attacked is daughter, so then he wishes they were all dead, right? He, oh, you have a death wish for other people, I think so. Okay way that's not how death wishes work. That's just regular murdered. That's malice that's just called malice. That's a death wish is a dream. Your heart makes. I wish everyone else was supposed to have a death wish. Death. Wish I do some. I didn't tell you. A wish for your death. That was a great verse will is in there. Wasn't very good school. Consider rather be Avila view. Careful. You're gonna get stuck in that for three years. We go. We got drinks. This backup for Dan? Oh, Canadian question about the original death, which which I never saw the Brunson lease expert. Fannie thing was Charles Bronson a doctor in the original. He played Dr Paul Kersey. Okay. Because I thought that was kind of. Paul Kersey thought it sound like I notice talking about because you're fading in and guy with literally life wishes. I mean, he's a doctor. He took took him to what he does every day, but you remember who was one of the original attackers..
"dan ban" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"I in the past few years i had no idea when they're on what my and they're on one of my guy friends this past sunday told me that oh hey there on tonight i'm like yeah a and um but sunday night uh gary sinise and they'll but lieutenant dan ban came to play on tyndall airforce base so um so that was he did a great show and he actually contacted the base saying hey i want to come down and play for you guys and um it was a fantastic show in just really great to see you know a celebrity come out and and do things like that for the troop then for the first responders because he does it not just for the military but or a policeman a fireman though it was really great and i wish that uh that more hollywood more of hollywood would jump on that bandwagon and and do a little bit more positive you know uniting of people instead of getting up there and fashion it result so you were to watch that instead of the oscars on that night now dry air lacey act you know is just strange the these folks that make a great living playing makebelieve i believe if i was them i would set mosque her down and kissed the red carpet in ah what country they live in that they can do that in earned that kind of money and be creative and do all that kind of stuff instead of constantly bashing sheep on the great regret point gary sinise now he does put action he he's got a uh a passion for wanting to uh veterans he came to jacksonville put on a show and they built a house for a local veteran who was wounded and i mean he he really really is day i'm hey eight does more than lipservice he actually gets add that some well i think to what hollow the name of the by here i think hollywood has is so funny because now they in in the in this is how you can become delusional because the the wealth you can generate in the entertainment business you know if you become a big deal in it and you kinda come delusional that.
"dan ban" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"I think that one of the things that disturbs me about the president is his blatant disregard for institutions for norms for the things that are so essential to our democracy i don't think that you you fight that by adopting sort of fundamental flouting of norms and institutions i think you stand by institutions and the state of the union speech is an institution and that's the place where we gather to hear the president whoever the president is you don't have to agree with him i don't want this to become the norm so that every succeeding president now deals with wocka lesson first of all just to be clear it was the republicans the first time obama got up there that xiaotao you lie and that style was dan ban i'm laura what last difference between someone sitting there and get it and emotional reaction from someone subdued said out russ his with all out for in an emotional moment than someone premeditated nbn people make mistakes in the heat of the moment on every rewarded ford for now that was it could that be used can by aidid the bottom line is this is a premeditated attack on an institution as opposed to somebody who have lost their cool not fear it and say let exact i am proud that the congressional black caucus is taken seriously enough the majority of them are going to be there some of them are not i think all of them are trying to send a signal that there is something desperately wrong with with its president is handling this presidency they are trying to be the moral conscience where the country you're not going to have done should legacy with republicans fell as much of a moral consequences the way barack obama to bill clinton's yeah they were respectful and every.
"dan ban" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North
"In this special holiday podcast come along with us for an insider's tour of the stork uso the united service organizations i'm oliver north and i'm inviting you to accompany our awardwinning war stories documentary team as we traveled from hollywood to washington dc then all the way to a visit with our troops in iraq you'll hear stories from great u s o entertainers who been traveling to every climb in place providing service and smiles were ever us troops are deployed since 1941 come along as i talk with hollywood icons and musical legend's mickey rooney johnny grant county stevens and margaret wayne newton and bo derek here all of them and bob hope son tony share their hearts about what it's like to perform in steamy south pacific islands during world war two to the jungles of vietnam to outpost all over the world today my good friend actor gary sinise and his lieutenant dan ban and where u s o headliners in iraq if you your fired up by what he told me about his motivation to serve our troops you may need an inspirational transplant and if you think the entertainment industry is full of folks living soft listened the record joan jett tell of her dedication to performing for the troops in places that aren't cushy in her words and for all eu history bus listen to how the u s o was formed in february 1941 ten months before pearl harbor at the request of president franklin delano roosevelt he had the foresight to know are rapidly growing military needed wholesome morale building entertainment and activities for offduty hours as bases were springing up all over the us you may be surprised to learn that fdr convinced six organizations the salvation army the ymca ywca catholic community services travelers aid and the jewish welfare board to band together as the uso.
"dan ban" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Here like you on you can't hope somebody some they need they wanna have to want to help himself derided or 'having is not cape that's what i'm saying but he knows you like actually now finally i know it's hesitate hit people don't hit people in whatnot but here's the thing fight tinder if you fight to get that guys grew out the door in a jerry bailey gortat adrienne brown or get them together fight tinder leaders say weight class but if you're on a basketball team in a move the ball around can't all the can't do it on your own lead other people in your work as a point guard and as someone and as the sixth he should understand more than anybody i got to come off the bench they help everybody out so i can't be selfish and what he is being in the situation selfish unless he was odd in less is landlord was my landlord which case in which case slows is mcgann don saab i find good i'm glad you had a knife pulled on the sabbath day as long as there was not zaba zaza there you go that's quick hits dan ban kirk about that limp leg asshole all right got ta make her at daniel van kirk follow him on twitter follow him on instagram has got a great podcast called hindsight do you has bullpen on it lead has really great photos from each other life we talk about the contents of their life without furloughs i love it and then listen to dump cuba town and all our job people town fans were coming over this check this podcast out lungs yawning lunch head bill boro we've had blake griffin reid had uh next words ward sin worry scoble amazing people on this podcast talk and sports and having fun to check that out i will be back all right after this was a very special.
"dan ban" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Power here fired a fiveunder levesque juice jazz team on the scene of a tractor trailer chemical fire dravid on the northbound side of report i defy affect former president donald trump campaign manager paul manafort business associate rick gates pleaded not guilty twelve federal counts including conspiracy against the united states and money laundering robert menendez will not have his case thrown out accord correspondent steve kastenbaum reports a federal judge in new jersey has denied the senators motion for a mistrial the judge newark denied the motion saying he absolutely did not interfere with the defense's presentation of evidence the judge said the defense wants to spend morning noon and night discussing the contracts in each case with regard to a security contract and a port in the dominican republic menendez is charged with helping his codefendant of florida eye doctor with the dominican port security dispute and securing visas for his foreign girlfriends in exchange for paid four luxury vacations and campaign contributions menendez claims they were just good friends i am steve cast in bow after gary sinise has been named the grand marshal for the one hundred twenty ninth tournament of roses parade correspondent jim rupe reports on the parade and the role sle lease played calling attention to the struggles of disabled veterans with the theme making a difference sinise was applauded for making a difference in the lives of veterans across the country in his work to bring attention to the struggles of disabled veterans and their families they continue to struggle lincoln's tinubu to sacrifice for as it was his role as wounded vietnam veteran lieutenant dan in the 1994 film forrest gump that propelled sinise and his lieutenant dan ban into advocating for veterans rights correspondent jim rupe in los angeles kevin spacey statement of regret after being accused of trying to seduce former child actor anthony rap has kicked up a backlash the twotime oscar winner apologized for the thirty one year old assault at a party in new york but then chose to come out of the closet prompting many to question the timing and accusing the actor of trying to change the subject of gay rights activists say spacey also seems to make a connection between being gay and sexual abuse of.
"dan ban" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The investors dan banned the feeling is mutual influential conversations from bloomberg television here's julia chatterly congressman dave bassett virginia who is a member of the house budget committee physics fainted hey how you feel about this tax reform because the overall message for the freedom caucus here is your on board what has to remain in order to keep kibassa yeah no we've been saying the same thing consistently basically with a better way tax plan shows up president trump's plan shows up which is even air better whipped up kushner race even lower we're all on board and you just heard our speaker right on health care what happened the swamp one that went right big insurance won the day there wasn't we started off with free market talk across state lines hsa price transparency phd in economics all acts music to my ears and at the end we ended up with a skinny bell that was more by new york sixth avenue tag line that a substantial policy so if we keep this tax package in play and the swat dozen overwhelm at were all on board we what we want to get the rate slow we want economic growth we want to increase wages they've been flat for thirty years right that's brauny all the way on the left all the way through the midwestern states the trump the whole country knows dc is ranked in the middle class wants a break and we intend to give it to him and so i think there's good news on the way hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings for tapert continues mobile business news 24 hours a day on the radio mobile app on your.
"dan ban" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And his chances for reelection i take you know keep on doing it people keep on piloted on because at the end of the day i think it only helps trump or you know so liberty have great influence when it comes to selling products we know that there is a multi billiondollar endorsement industry for athletes celebratory poor reality earthquake kim kardashian she sells all kinds of makeup and clothing and everything else bought hollywood has lost influence in politics and that was proving in november 2016 and i think you're absolutely right the more these people a speak out in this outrageous manner the more and it's going to help ensure that they're gonna freak out again in november of 2020 yet you know it's interesting is you know like jennifer lawrence recently went out and she was supposed to be promoting this movie and the movie ended up bombing in she actually said that hurricane harvey and hurricane burma hitting the state of florida another that out with revenge of mother nature for the people who voted for trump and for the people amazing believed in manmade global i heard that and you know this radio station covered that quite a bit and when i heard that i wanted to gag hey just got a couple of minutes left james hansen you're the professor but i want to ask you a question here named for me please three conservative actors or actresses in hollywood can you do that yes okay gary cindy i love it jon boy i didn't know that her christian he then i'll okay and i mentioned those three in particular john boy is very very well read and a guy that is outspoken it's because he's gonna ask her winter has so much talent get away with it gary sinise dedicated to supporting the cause of veterans and the military even though he himself has never been in the military but he was lieutenant dan import well and you know what it's funny you mentioned that i was in oshkosh wisconsin a couple of years ago for the big air show and guests what the headline group was entertained it was lieutenant dan dan ban with gary sinise and gerry poise gray and iran i.
"dan ban" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"One thousand four hundred seventy four days of space flight experience with the departure of just three that four years and two weeks in space which then a biochemist set of breakneck pace on all three of her space station expeditions continually asking for more and more scientific research to do she even experimented on two up dare trying to add some pizazz to the standard threes dried meals tortillas transformed into apple ties well in space quits in was supposed to fly back in june after a hack you're in space but one an extra seat opened up on the soya's she jumped at the chance to stay in orbit another three months only one other american year spaceman scott kelli has spent longer in space on a single mission except for the past week woods since at her mission hurry by she said she's hungry for pizza they can't wait to use of regular flushing toilets against she is also eager to reunite with her husband clarence sam's also a biochemist who works at johnson space center in houston walter becker who guitars to basis and cofounder of the 1970s and 80s rock group steely dan which sold more than forty million albums and produce such hit singles as real into the years ricky don't lose that number deacon blues and peggy passed away yesterday at the age of sixty seven his of official website announced his death yesterday with no further details donald fagan said in a statement yesterday that his steely dan bandmate was not only an excellent itartass the great songwriter in also smart is a within hysterically funny fagan rhody intends to keep the music we created together and alive as long as i can with the steely dan banned photos deal dan have been touring recently becker had missed performance his earlier.
"dan ban" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Weather helps firefighters battling the most sprawling fire in the city's history most of the fourteen hundred people evacuated over the weekend have returned to their homes and glendale and burbank the more than nine square mile blaze destroyed three homes this is and prd whose in frankfurt germany residents were returning to their homes sunday after waiting for a huge world war two bombed be the fused two results reports the movement of more than sixty thousand people was the biggest evacuation in germany since the war hospitals the frankfurt opera house in germany's central bank were all evacuated as technicians carried dealt a complicated and delicate task of dismantling the massive explosive the britishmade bond discovered wednesday at a construction site is among the largest of the roughly two thousand pieces of unexploded ordnance found every year in germany officials ordered residents to leave the area for the daylong operation and enlisted more than 8000 emergency workers his warning that if something went wrong the resulting explosion could flatten a whole city block still some residents refused to budge and were taken into custody by authorities for the duration of the procedure for npr news i'm teri schultz walter becker of a guitar as bassist and cofounder of the rock group steely dan has died he was sixty seven his official website announced his def sunday with no further details becker and steely dan ban may donald fagan wrote hits like reeling in the years do it again and ricky don't lose that number both men were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in two thousand one with no new wide releases hollywood basically he took the labor day weekend off putting an end to what's expected the be the lowest earning summer moviegoing season since two thousand six the hit man's bodyguard topped the charge for a third weekend followed by the horror spinoff and the ball creation i'm jim hoch npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the size.
"dan ban" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"For giving us this we know you all through the store or retain but it didn't take us out there thank goodness mercy for your free hosting to heed on social media for not immediately opening doors of his houston church to hurricane victims he claims that was false and his church was always open bomb disposal experts in germany successfully defusing a huge world war two you're a bomb in frankfurt that forced the evacuation a more than sixty thousand residents the bomb was found on tuesday walter becker the facist in cofounder of steely dan has died ban may donald fagan releasing a statement in remembrance of him saying he intends to keep the music they created together alive as long as he can while this with the steely dan ban becker had missed performances earlier this summer in los angeles and in new york at that time bacon told billboard becker was recovering from a procedure and they'd hoped he be fine soon the man who died after running into the flames at the burning manned festival has been identified as forty one year old arron mitchell he died this morning of the uc davis hospital burn you that in california authorities say he ran through two layers of security last night during the signature man burn event at the counter culture festival there have been injuries reported at the festival in the past but a spokesman for the pershing county sheriff's office saying this is the first fatality in his fifteen years with the county a celebrity soccer match in london to benefit the victims of the high rise apartment building fire in june they claim more than eight eighty lies distance runner most farah marcus mumfort of the band mumford and son's among the participants ticket proceeds earmarked for a grand pill victims fund lee sylla sarah fox news radio.
"dan ban" Discussed on WLOB
"Thank you for giving us this day we know you brought us all through the store retain but it didn't take us out thank goodness for your strength in your face hosting take heed on social media for not immediately opening doors of its houston church to hurricane victims he claims that was false and his church was always open bombdisposal experts in germany successfully defusing a huge world war two you're a bomb and frankfurt that forced the evacuation of more than sixty thousand residents the bomb was found on tuesday walter becker the faces in cofounder of steely dan has died ban mai donald fagan releasing a statement in remembrance of him saying he intends to keep the music they created together alive as long as he can while this with the steely dan ban becker had missed performances earlier this summer in los angeles and in new york at that time bacon told billboard becker was recovering from a procedure and it hoped he be fine soon the man who died after running into the flames at the burning man festival has been identified as forty one you will the arun mitchell he died this morning the uc davis hospital burn you that in california authorities say he ran through two layers of security last night during the signature man burn event at the counter culture festival there have been injuries reported at the festival in the past but a spokesman for the person county sheriff's office saying this is the first fatality in the his fifteen years with the county as the liberty soccer match in london to benefit the victims of the high rise apartment building fire in june they claim more than eight eighty lies distance runner mo farah marcus mumfort of the ban mumford and signs among the participants take it proceeds earmarked for a grenfell victims fund lee sylla sarah fox news radio newstalk w l o free the only place for the sunday radio questions and now when radio was brought to you by radio's spirits dot com.