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"dan jones" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of the year they call it super Saturday that last Saturday before Christmas Dan Jones a spokesman for the twelve oaks mall he spoke live with the sun W. W. J. today it's clearly one of the biggest shopping days of the season you know we expect a full crowd cheers but you know we're coming out I just recommend that they either come out early maybe come out a little bit later but at the end of the day it's always manageable so just pack your patience and just expect a lot of people John says you can avoid the traffic backups nearly twelve oaks mall in Novi take EM five to twelve mile road where the entrances into the mall he says free flowing meanwhile greenfield village celebrating with holiday nights director greenfield village Jim Johnson spoke on W. W. J. this morning then you can do it at your own pace is nothing that's really scheduled except at the very end where we have a schedule sing along at a fireworks display that sort of ends the evening so you just do it at your own pace and there's a lot to see main street the hustling bustling area of the model keys and that street vendors and all the food and things like that but you make your way out towards partisan parlors where the stark homes are and things get a little bit more quiet little more you know pastoral up there Johnson says he describes the celebration of greenfield village as kind of a combination of it's a wonderful life and Charles Dickens Christmas Carol WWJ news time six so five governor Gretchen whispers signed legislation to legalize sports betting and internet gambling laws enacted Friday take effect immediately but wagering won't start for a number of months because casinos need to obtain state licenses lawmakers are hopeful sports bets can be placed by the start of March madness the new tax revenue generated will go to public schools in a fun for firefighters to get cancer the three Detroit casinos in out state tribal casinos will be able to offer online gambling and sports betting under the new law has met crews have been working since last night to clean up some green material that who's done of the side of I six ninety six officials are expected to state work there is news radio nine fifty Stephanie Davis reports there is concern that whatever it is it could reach lake St Clair Macomb county public works commissioner Candice Miller says anything that enters the storm drains along I six ninety six will eventually end up in lake Saint Clair she says our staff has been in touch with clean up crews and other agencies to ensure that this material is captured before it can migrate to the lake authorities say it's coming from electroplating services company in Madison heights its owner is serving time in federal prison after pleading guilty to improperly storing hazardous waste that site was cleaned last January Stephanie Davis W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty Detroit police investigating after an argument between two men on Detroit's eastside turns deadly happened early this morning the area of harboring catch you wrote a police spokesperson says during the altercation the twenty nine year old victim allegedly fired a shot at the other man but missed that twenty six year old man then also reportedly fired a gun striking the victim twenty nine year old taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead suspect taken into custody at the scene a gun also recovered their W. W. changes time six oh seven keeping your loved ones safe for the holidays local security monitoring company introducing a new state of the art wearable device to track those close to you who may be elderly and make Hey so you're unable to press the button or unconscious the system has formed a force after that it will make sure that it's the fault and not just you dropping dependent so that system then calls are monitoring station they can see where you're located contact your family as well as on the correct the forties to make sure that the contract and that is Carlos Davila of safeguards security in Troy who calls there are numeral nervous to a digital peace of mind coming up on news radio nine fifty flu season here early but how can you combat it in house is affecting you we'll take a look at those stories ahead W..
An Interview with Adam Driver of 'Marriage Story'
"I M Peter Travers this his popcorn where he tell you what's happened in the movies and my guest. Today's Adam driver who has his own film festival between now I guess. Is it the the report that opened the first store that opens I Mirror story opens I in theaters. Then I think is net flicks on December first and I think report is soon after that a couple of weeks after that and star wars after that star wars after that. So how does that happen. Suddenly it is an atom drive for festival US too much too much too much of my face. It really sad. I think Mary story almost close to two years now. Mill wanted to wait a year and give them a lot have a lot of time to work work on it so it just the way the schedule worked out just turned into too much of my face. One time you're carrying around just closed in. Burn this right. Yeah Ah Yeah Yeah like a month and a half ago or so what he would do downtime. No I haven't I haven't had any. I've been having downtime. So it's so it's dry because there is none but I'm going to take some time the needle issuing something now but after that I'm going to take some in some time off and look at a tree. I just can't imagine that happening for you. I don't know if it's this like mid Western mentality in in me that And not to generalize the Mid West of like oh you go to work you get up and go to work in you come home and you're tired and then go to sleep you wake up and go to work so to me. It's Mike Land. Yeah it's it's not so like oh you work a lot. Well yeah that's what you do you do right you go you go to work like the idea of taking months off at like It's is just not wasn't was never in my delays or taking time off wasn't like a something that I'm used to I guess just marriage story he's here in the a poster and then this picture let's start with that one okay. I don't WanNa blow smoke or anything but it's to me. It's one of those rare times where movie turns out perfect. Well I do not know if when you were making it felt that way but it just everything just came together in such a way that it seemed that all had to be that way yet I could never predict which way it was going. Well that's a very nice compliment. No it didn't seem that it was perfect when we were making it. Ah I knew when I got the script that this it was a just as a document just as scripted was beautiful but then shooting it when we actually had to say the language. I was surprised by how difficult it was and then every usually shooting a movie. There's maybe one or two scenes that you know is coming up and you kind kind of Over think that senior. You're anticipating it too much then it's always you know running through your mind. I have that scene coming up for this movie. Every day seemed to be. I was that scene. I'm like Oh this scene is coming up now and then but no no. It's too soon in the shooting schedule. We need more time before But that is also a sign of great great writing where every seen as necessary and vital and the stakes are incredibly high. And that's what you kind of want where there isn't any fat is is it just because it was that emotional matched. Yeah because there's again. The language was beautiful in and of itself. And what's great about Noah's writing as a And how he directs is the the words of the words. And that's fine because I'm you know with W- come from a theater background so I'm used to the play the play but what the intention is behind the the lines can change. And the more you say when you actually have to save Say it to someone else and this one it was It was more emotional than I thought it was going to be because it's so beautifully written descriptions that Charlie has Nicole or you know beautiful. How the scenes with his sonner beautiful? It was hard not to kind of get swept up by it painful. Yeah very funny funny. Paint uh-huh and all of that is happening almost at the same time. He did a really great job of writing a very specific story from various. You Know Specific Lens. It was such a great guide of how you can project all of your relationship to divorce without getting too specific personal but it it was just. It felt very personal personal for everybody. That's why I think well I don't want to give away. Except it's about a break-up you know it's a marriage store that's what people. Yeah BR divorcing separating but really I mean I think movies are always kind of about a lot of things and it's also about you know how love can transition Russian into something else and how painful that can be You know one character is kind of is building themselves up in the other kind of breaking down you know a mourning warning of the loss of love is is also kind of what happens and in underneath hopefully all of the scenes. Where the are you know going through this kind of clinical ritual of getting divorced? There's there is this love underneath that. Hopefully hopefully you feel there still. Is this Connecticut thing that they for so long have had this relationship. That's felt second nature even just being room with each other just not mentally making a choice that that's not a reality anymore as hard. Yes we've seen movies about divorced about split ups marriage things that break up when that happens I think the audience anybody watching it can feel those emotions so I was gonna ask you to when you had your last seen. Do you take Charlie home with you. Is it hard to say goodbye to him. The good thing about working a lot is that there's something else to to distract you from From that I I have a good ability to as soon as it's done to try to drop to try to drop it and I'm always ready need to move on regardless of how much I like shooting. It was tough to shoot but I mean I loved working on this. I'm working with no is my friend. scarlets great Alan alda's Gr- like our radio to Laura dern you know it was a great cast and I loved going to work but I'm always ready for it to be over and so I I think I've just trained myself as soon soon as that's done like flush flush it out of your your mind except with something that you know you're gonNA do again. Something like Star Wars than you put it in the back of your mind somewhere and it kind of stays awesome because we have to keep working on it but stuff like this I try to flush it out of me. Burn this as soon as it's done to flush it burnt. Well let's switch to the report report okay. Political Thriller based on a True Story. So who is this guy that you're playing got him. Dan Jones who who was tasked to write what turned out to be the most comprehensive report for the Senate Intel Dianne Feinstein and the Senate intelligence eligible committee About the as post nine eleven torture program. He went through well. Acquainted to an urban library of information was like six million pages wrote a report. That's just over six thousand pages than it was condensed because it became a partisan issue in and condense to something over five hundred like forty five. I pages that's actually in a book that you can buy on Amazon of the actual torture report and then Scott the writer director can convince that down to who like one hundred and forty five page script so had. There's a lot of things that he could have put in there that maybe were more salacious but there. He was very disciplined and picking facts. That were undisputed that you could throw a dart at any line and there was references footnotes footnotes to back it up. And so that's kind of what it's about his his investigation. And that's what happens. I should say the dog ID investigator the little I guess in total will be seven years. Yeah there's no life no this guy is just determined to do something that when people look back on that time they said well. I know that it's enhanced interrogation waterboarding all that stuff. It just didn't work now. We didn't know that right right right. We didn't and him trying to get get that through like you say a partisan issue Dianne Feinstein also and Annette Benning is tremendous and she's really great but it's like a seventy s political thriller. It's like all the president's men it's like digging out the truth and making that exciting right. Tough is is the. Yeah which is why we knew. That's what happens but no one will really care if we don't you know track what maybe the movie is. Also what about someone being disillusioned by the institution that they grew up to trust having to find his moral compass within. How was he trying to leave his emotions out of it also address? What is the moral compass of our country you know there's a decorum that DSP follow? We can't just go in and like being on a table and say we did this. And that's it. You know when people believe him. There's a process and there's a chain of command that he has to follow and you know in isolation doing all that not really having an avenue to express yourself except to your boss an inevitably you know kind of comes out but then he kind of has to walk it back. It's all. It's all things that were fun to play or where you think about you. Know like the big themes of the movie with marriage story you. I don't try to think about it you to try to just find the humanity in seems that you're shooting and then hopefully like those are playable actions to play a guy who says desk a lot you you know it's a writer and people will come by and say can we watch you. Do this really bore order dropping the blackboard and yet there's so much tension movie and again it's tasking an audience to pay attention and then rewards it so good on you pick those two things to do. Well I mean I mean I was lucky to be involved in both of those things you know. Scott and and nowhere to people that were you know they they. It came both of them came from an urgency. So I'm I'm well. I had nothing much to do with it when I was thinking about those three movies that you happen to be in Star Wars. It's this big size giant movie. You just as comfortable doing that as you are
Noah Baumbach Digs Into A 'Marriage Story'
"It's the opening scene in the film ahead of a screening of marriage story at the telluride film festival this year and in front of a live audience. I spoke with driver. Just after Martin Scorsese presented him with a career. Honor driver was at telluride for marriage story and another upcoming movie the report in which he plays a US Senate investigator looking into this as use of torture after nine. Eleven driver explain what his relationships are like with directors. He's worked with multiple times and that list includes Jim Jarmusch and marriage story. Filmmaker Noah Baumbach. There's there's something that we are way of working. Our work ethic is similar in that. They don't take it for granted that we're making a movie. The has the potential to reach a plays that as far away and either give language to a culture. That's completely different than ours. And someone's paying a lot of money for us to be here right right now for this amount of time to do this thing that will last forever and labeled the feeling and how powerful that is why why take that for granted why show up and kind of wing it you know or not. Consider what it is. You're saying and that no detail is too who small now. Obviously there's traps and all of that that you can get so worked up in details that you're trying to control everything and don't leave room for you know something. That's more abstract with those people. They're brilliant writers and create a set an environment onset where you're free to You know all those things that hope from from people you're free to get it wrong and you're free to explore and but really don't take it for granted if I was trying to summarize summarize it which is kind of hard. They very much curated the people that they want to work with in front and behind the camera and you feel like as much as everything thing is both has meaning and as meaningless. You don't don't take it for granted and finding people that have your same work ethic gets a rare thing. I think I just repeated myself three times the best show of hands. How many people in telluride for the atom driver double feature marriage story and the report? Wow okay. That's about half a house as quick question without spoiling either film. I WanNa ask you about Dan. Jones and CIA's post nine eleven detention and interrogation program which a lot of people would call torture. They call it extreme rendition of the things. What would you say about that film going into it without giving it away about why? That movie spoke. Oh Q.. And why you thought it was something you wanted to do. I mean the topic is was something that I you know embarrassing. They didn't know anything about and I mean the original report is over six thousand thousand pages. The redacted version is just over five hundred and our script with one hundred thirty. How do you how do you tell that story as economically as possible astle but not without leaving the humanity out of it so that all of those things just an opportunity to potentially bring a topic to light that has been in the dark and that I was inspired by you? Hope there's people like that in a room alone toiling away for six years with no support trying to trying to make a difference and that relationship with something that you've grown up with thinking that you can trust and suddenly you know you have to not only do you feel like you're trying to make a moral judgment for the country but internally as well they all those the reasons why I want to do it you were recently doing. Burn this and I'm wondering when you're doing it play and then going. Lean into film or television. What are the things that you might miss retain as an actor? WHO's doing a show in front of a different audience every night when you're not able oh to replicate that on a film set yeah? It's a totally different thing. It's I working with Mila. For example he likes to do a lot of takes and that actually feels more familiar to working on out of play because the lines of the lines. There's no there's no Improv. This is what it is blocking it out. But the intention can be a million different things and he he structured the day smartly so we have enough time to explore all the possibilities of what it could be not just arbitrarily but I mean sometimes and and then sometimes you have to rebel against him and then just do it the way you WanNa do it just to shock yourself and shock the system and then maybe come up with something better but you know it's like a whole run of a rehearsal truncated into a day. which is I rare with? Someone like Noah and you're also rehearsing you know if you can be as much as you can before you start just being prepared to give yourself time to explore all the options and when you don't do that with a soderbergh then I tend to have regret of like you can't help but go home and imagine I had all these ideas that now but then again. Maybe those were bad ideas that I don't know oh anything. The tribute is a sham. Last question I think there are a lot of things that different people will take away from marriage story one being. If you're thinking about going into family law you might reconsider it. But what was the thing that you treasure about making this film with knowing scarlet again. That could be a long answer that I know I should keep short. I mean this movie is hard to. I feel hard to talk about because it's very personal and it was personal. The people who made a collectively and we talked about it a couple of years before we started making those conversations tens of what it's about or what will retry into are still happening but how love can transition and how that can be violent set not not physically violent but an internal violent thing of you know someone kinetically where you know. It's everything your way. Oh you were in a room together a second nature then suddenly to divorce that from yourself That could be painful but maybe it's just transitioning into something different. I thought that was a beautiful idea. This is not a sham. Adam coming up on the frame the writer and director of marriage story Noah Baumbach on capturing the heartbreak of divorce Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn. Our next guest is filmmaker Noah Bam back he wrote and directed indie darlings like Margot at the wedding and the squid and the okay all his stories often feature realistic and flawed characters and it holds true for his latest film marriage. Story Charlie and Nicole played by Adam driver ever and Scarlett Johansson are a couple struggling with the early stages of their divorce bombeck painstakingly mapped out the process of their separation. And that makes watching watching marriage story. especially if you're married a bit like watching a horror film. Here's how bombeck described the movie when we recently spoke at the Middleburg Film Festival. I've a friend who said the movie gets divorced so you don't have to which I think is a nice message from married couples relatively Glib but I can see it Netflix has another movie. That's planet Middleburg called two popes. Your movie is called Marriage Story. They both seem like obvious. Titles but almost inevitable bowl. Did you play around with other things to call this. I didn't coordinate with Fernando Morass. I I It was it was the working title from the beginning. The the idea that I'd come up with something else but like pseudo you know Phil Collins but something about the movie resisted more more specific or poetic titles things like the squid and the whale. Didn't there was no squid in the whale to be found and so I I kept coming back to it. I liked it as its in. Its simplicity. I want to ask you a little bit. Because Adam drivers said that this was a collaborative process and hobbies. You're the writer the director. But how would you describe the process of putting the story together and before we started filming what you were talking to due. At least you're actors about it from the onset. It was important for me to know who the actors who are some of the actors were in the movie. I wanted To Have Charleena Nicole in my head is inspiration but also because I wanted to bring the actors in to the process a bit I Adam. I've I've been friends with now. When so when I brought him sort of some of these ideas he would say like? Oh these are things I might. He he was interested in playing a theater director. That's you know as I remember it. That's how that came into the movie. You have often had characters who you are very articulate. That could be writers. They could be theater directors that could be. They are very capable expressing themselves and talking about. Maybe maybe what they're feeling or what they're feeling about somebody else. Is that something that you think is a pattern. That you like articulate characters who happen to have particular jobs does one beget the other. I don't know I I don't think about it like that. Quite the artistic the fact that they were artists and and creative and professional partners in this movie was I thought important and also narrative interesting because there was sort of more at stake.
"dan jones" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"This. Trump thing was Bob Muller's all chief-of-staff, no conflict of interest there at all folks. You don't think what if I told you about Bob Muller's investigation? I mean from day one we have been talking about this the sole purpose of this thing. Just like the Dan Jones operation, the Senate staffer the democracy integrity project, the Senate committee. The Senate select committee on intelligence, what are the purpose to continuing this Russia hoax to this day. Including the Muller probe, which is part of the Russia hoax. The sole purpose is to keep the heat on Donald Trump. Why? Well, obviously, Dan because they don't like Trump. Yes. Yes. But that's not it. That's not it. That's a part of it. The other purpose is to keep the heat off of the grow task legal political moral ethical and bureaucratic malfeasance that happen with all these players who have their fingerprints on an illicit spying operation against the Trump team. It is obvious Muller was the perfect guy, of course, Muller's going to protect his buddy Carlin by keeping the heat on Trump. Of course, this guy is so deeply conflicted Muller. It's outrageous. He's still involved in this case. How can you tell you can tell by the Joe this is not news to regular listeners said carlin's name repeatedly? But now that we have the testimony and most importantly. The dramatic response by the congressional staffer who. Now says oh, we can't have carlin's name come up. Carlin was Muller's all chief-of-staff freaks out. No, no, wasn't Carlin. Rodney was task is it was tasks then he goes on. Do you have any personal knowledge of them pagers asked? He freaks out because he cannot have carlin's. They've come up ombudsman Armacost is this makes sense. Yes. It is. Then they'll Muller gun Muller was the only guy out there who is deeply conflicted enough to be willing to run a bogus investigation into the Trump team to keep the heat off all the players Muller knows. And peas in a pod, they're exactly Bob Muller's counterpart when he was the FBI director on the uranium one investigation. This deeply deeply corrupt cabal of nonsense where Bill Clinton was receiving five hundred thousand dollar fees from Russian bags involved in the financial analysis of the of the uranium one deal. Hillary Clinton sitting on the board that basically refused to disapprove, the Iranian one deal. All who was the prosecutor rod Rosenstein who was FBI director. Bob muller. Muller knows everybody. This is a hoax. This whole. Thing is a hoax just thought I was out. Get in con Carlin eight that's perfect for that on Carlin. Do I'm not kidding. I said this on. A FOX appearance. Some lady said that Twitter. She's like, Dan talks about it. So I'm not trying to talk. I don't care. I this is Jeff Carlson's work. This is now I'm not talking about myself. I'm just suggesting that I was cute onto Carlin a very long time ago by smart people. I'm not claiming any credit here, please. This is not a look at Karnak. And that's not I just want you to understand that people that fed me this a long time ago. Always understood that Carlin had the keys to the kingdom. Karlyn by the way, ladies and gentlemen, resigns conveniently right after this Pfizer court operation is initiated where they start looking into abuses of the Pfizer court of the excuse me of the NSA database to spy on the Trump team. That's in Carlson's piece as well. In other words that NSA database where they can tap into it and start doing about queries. There is a request by Mike Rogers, who I believe is a hero in the story from the NSA. Hey, something's going up people are clearing this database inappropriately the Pfizer court does. And if a full blown investigation of figures out there right there were illicit queries being done Carlin resigns right after that. After that request is made. He was the head of the DOJ's national security division. Ladies and gentlemen. This guy is knee deep in this. The FBI lawyers now admitting he was the DOJ conduit. I'm telling you, I said that on FOX months ago that this was the connection to the White House on this. If anybody was read in it is going to be Carlin communicating with Lynch and the White House, Loretta Lynch was the and the White House on how to conduct this operation against Trump. He has to be read in. There's no other way. Now another stunning revelation here in his piece..
"dan jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"dan jones" Discussed on KOMO
"Gets our auto expert on KOMO news. Here's more with Nick miles. Welcome back to the show. We've been teasing me for the whole show. Barrasso story really managed to break a brand new Ford s to Ford edge AST. It's it's a it's a pretty amazing vehicle on joining us on the phone is Dan Jones. A he is one of the members of the team and I should warn you before Dan chats, he might have a similar accident to my little more refined. But he might have a similar accent. Dan. How is the Ford edge S T that I drive the other days is it in one piece. It's in one piece, Nick. All right. In fact, we currently package it off and put it in bubble wrap. And it's gonna be winging its way to you. So you can put it on your wall sign it for him. Did y'all sign it. Yeah, we're gonna we're gonna sign it. Neck breaking. Hopefully, put it product place. I tried to tell the story ridiculing because it's a long story. And I don't want to take up the whole show. Just just talking about basically Ford had a great challenge. The new launch of the edge and the T and the challenge was to do an auto cross. It was sort of a lap around attract they'd created in a parking lot in Utah. And part of the challenge was halfway through the lap. Or when you made the first lap you pulled over into sort of an off section. You open the tailgate you which is something you have to push buttons unlock doors and take seatbelts off. I mean, it's not just a natural thing that you're used to doing under a time environment. Then you had to open the trunk put in three packages, and and then drive another lap through a beam. And then you've got the fastest time. So when I started I think the faucets time was a minute twenty six seconds when I did the auto cross, and I'm a little competitive this prize. I should. Yeah. Should Manfred mentioned the price. The prize was. How tall it was. How much you weigh? But I'm gonna guess to me here. It was like an.
"dan jones" Discussed on KOMO
"It's it's a it's a pretty amazing vehicle on joining us on the phone is Dan Jones. He is one of the members of the team, and I should warn you before Dan chats, he might have a similar accident to my little more refined. He might have a similar accident, Dan. How is the the Ford edge S T that I drive the other days? It is it in one piece. It's not in one piece neck. Hi. All right. In fact, we currently is it off and put it in bubble wrap. And it's going to be winging its way to you. On your wall. That for him. Did y'all sign it. Yeah, we're gonna we're gonna sign it cook. Breaking. Hopefully, put it place. I tried to tell the story ready to create because there's a long story, and I don't want to take up the whole show. Just just talking about basically Ford had a great challenge. The new launch of the edge in the S. And the challenge was to do an auto cross was sort of a lap around the track that they'd created in a parking lot in Utah. And part of the challenge was halfway through the lap. When you made the first lap you pull over into a sort of an off section. You open the tailgate you which is something you have to push buttons unlock doors and take seatbelts off. I mean, it's not just a natural thing that you're used to doing under a timed environment. Then you had to open the trunk put in three packages, and and then drive another lap through a beam. And then you've got the fastest time. So when I started think, the fastest time was a minute twenty six seconds when I did the auto cross, and I'm a little competitive this prize. I should. Yeah. Manfred mentioned the prize. The prize was. I don't know. How tall it was a how much you weigh, but I'm gonna guess to me. Hey, it was like an eight foot high barrier. Is that right, then high twelve? Oh. TV commercial, right. So so twelve foot tall bad bear, not a real one. Make sure like a stuffed bear I'm like what in the world. I'd like a teddy bear. Now, you're very familiar with it because you saw the commercial so and there's a lot of people there that wanted to win it for their kids and this thing, and it wasn't somebody's too bad. Because like if I had one that Barry have five dogs at home. And that would have been that. Why are you pointing yourself? That would have been the perfect, you know, Christmas. Now, I should have won it Dan now because I'm getting dead. He stays all across the studio here. So I've done auto cross with you, and it was horrible. So I can only imagine what this was like, I'm just I'm just feeling like really grateful right now that I wasn't there. I wish Dan Dan, probably thinks he wishes I wasn't there too. We did this and then halfway through. I pulled over into the labor into this sort of pull off I opened the trunk and put the box. I didn't do a very good job of putting the boxing because they were they were made to be difficult to put in like you had to stack them in a certain way to get them all to fit in just to show the space. It was available. Why are you staring at me? You're kind of a small guys a tough like. Fox's another was just there was no challenge funny. It was funny watching from the sidelines. Yeah. I got a video today. I haven't gotten the guys to watch it. Nascent DNA. Here's your video of the notion that so I wanna see that so- I slammed. I went on tailgate went down. I thought the tailgate had was like not shutting properly, and I put my hands on it and started to ram it down and realize after two or three tries of the box sticking out that well if I keep ramming it anyway, and. I'll do it. Well, I didn't just crush the box. I also dented the tailgate enough that Ford had a bare hands for. Hands and Ford had to put a new tailgate wanna brand new edge. And then I tried the old excuse we go and he picked same. But. But it wasn't a big disaster. I just wanna say this is a problem with full tailgate. The problem with neck. Okay. I try to say, well, I'm glad to help you find fault. With a tailgate initially chief engineer said well is the same tailgate that we've used for three years, and there's never been a problem with thousands and thousands of customers up until you, Nick. So. Anyway. Special. I have.
"dan jones" Discussed on KOMO
"It's a it's a pretty amazing vehicle and joining us on the phone is Dan Jones. He is one of the members of the team and I should warn you before damn chats. He might have a similar accident to my little more refined. He might have a similar accident. Dan. How is the Ford edge S T that I drove the other days is it in one piece. It's not in one piece, Nick. All right. Currently. Is it off and put it in bubble wrap? And it's gonna be winging its way to you. So you can put it on your wall. Yeah. Him. Did y'all sign it. Yeah, we're gonna we're gonna sign it put breaking face. Hopefully, put it product place. I tried to tell the story ridiculing because there's a long story, and I don't want to take up the whole show. Just just talking about basically Ford had a great challenge with the new launch of the edge. And the in the challenge was to do an auto cross, and it was sort of a lap around track that they'd created in a parking lot in Utah. And part of the challenge was halfway through the lab. Or when you made the first lap you pulled over into a sort of an off section you open the tailgate you which is something you have to push buttons and unlock doors and take seatbelts off. I mean, it's not just a natural thing that you used to doing under a timed environment. Then you had to open the trunk put in three packages and drive another lap through a beam. And then you've got the fastest time. So when I started I think the time was a minute twenty six seconds when I did the auto cross, and I'm a little competitive this. The prize? I should. Yeah. Should Manfred mentioned the prize. The prize was. I don't know. How tall it was a how much you weigh, but I'm gonna guess to me. Hey, it was like an eight foot high bear is that right, Dan? Hi. Oh. We the commercial right? So so twelve foot tall bad bear, not a real one. Make sure like a stuffed mayor. I'm like a teddy bear. I know you're very familiar with it because you saw the commercial so bad. And there was a lot of people there that wanted to win it for their kids, and this thing, and it wasn't so much too bad. Because like if I had one that bear I have five dogs at home. And that would have been why are you pointing that would have been the perfect, you know, Christmas. No. Now because I'm getting dead. He stays all across the studio here. So I've done on across with you. And it was horrible. So I can only imagine what this was like, I'm just I'm just feeling like really grateful right now that I wasn't there. I wish Dan Dan, probably thinks he wishes I wasn't there too. We did this and then halfway through. I pulled over into the labor today. Sort of pull off I opened the trunk and put the bugs, I didn't do a very good job of putting the boxing because they were they were made to be difficult to put in like you had to stack them in a certain way to get in the mood to fit in just to show the space. It was available. Why are you staring at me kind of a small guys tough like? I was another was just there was no challenge. Funny. The size is special. Yeah. I got a video today. I haven't got the guts to watch it. But they send in a video of the order crossing my notion that so I want to see that so slammed. I went on tailgate went down. The tailgate had was like not shutting properly, and I put my hands on it and started to ram it down and realize after two or three tries in the box with sticking out that well if I keep ramming it anyway and. I'll do it. Well, I didn't just crush the box. I also dented the tailgate enough that Ford had their hands for. Hands and Ford had to put a new tailgate a brand new edge. And they like tried the old excuse we go, and he he fixed that same night. But. It wasn't a big. I just wanna say this is a problem with tailgate. I the problem with neck. Okay. I try to say, well, I'm glad to help you find fault. With a tailgate initially chief engineer said well is the same tailgate that we've used for three years, and there's never been problem with with thousands and thousands of customers up until unique. Anyway, I always knew your special. I have.
"dan jones" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Here's where it gets crazy. What did I tell you yesterday they were covering up. Told you they were covering up a massive spying political spying scandal and weaponize government by the Obama administration to spy on the opposition political party before the election. Ladies and gentlemen, how many people were involved in this. Remember Evelyn Farkas. Remember that Evelyn forcus clip from MSNBC. She was a department of defense employees. One on MSNBC right after the election of Trump was talking about a serious collusion wasn't she said at all, we had to make sure people up on the hill. Got this information really was Dianne Feinstein and our Stanford Dan Jones on it. Why is Dan Jones? So intent on making sure collusion's as alive and the spying scandal gets buried under this mound of Muller investigations. Who else was involved in this show. Was the information being used by the executive branch, and he politicized spying scandal Central Intelligence Agency assets being sent that the Trump team potential queries into the seven to eight database national security letters unmasking wire basically, essentially monitoring of Donald Trump team members call the use of foreign intelligence, the pass information on the Trump team to the United States. How far does this information network? Oh, and was it flowing up on Capitol Hill into the Senate committee? Dianne Feinstein was once a part of why did she leave. The leaks make more sense. Now. The leak investigation. Remember a Senate staffer on that committee. James Wolfe. Joe was arrested by the FBI is being prosecuted for making false statements about those leaks, but something happened will Joe. So just to be clear mean just the lead, I don't want you to mess this up. Obviously collusion's a fairytale. The collusion fairytale covers covering up this massive spying scandal. Obama weaponize a government despite his political opponents. I believe strongly. Now that information was shuttled over to Capitol Hill to senators and others who leaked it to the media to damage and destroy political opponents. In order to cover that up. It's very suspicious that he former Senate staffer, the Dianne Feinstein laughed to start an operation, the democracy integrity project funded by Soro's who still wants to keep this collusion fairytale alive. Now the leaks to make more sense and the leakers protests stations make more sense to so James Wolfe. This staffer there is arrested, James wolf. If you remember what I covered in the show a few weeks ago now it's starting to come together, wants in his defense wants to subpoena the senators on the committee. To speak on his behalf. In a case, remember what he was arrested for Joe. He was arrested in prosecute enough for the leaks. He was arrested and prosecuted for lying to the FBI about the leaks now. Now now now why would wolf demand that the senators on the committee. Testify on his behalf in court. Maybe he's not lying. Maybe he thought he was authorized or maybe his defense is going to be however honest or disingenuous. Maybe his defense is going to be Joe because there's no other reason to call them up there. They told me to leak the information to the press and other words, this spying network and leaking operation to the media to damage the Trump team. Remember the media's got a significant role in in not in the actual spying. They don't have the ability to weaponize government, but they certainly have the information to weaponize the propaganda machine. You get room, go with this. Yeah, you're Howard. Even our Dina's an opinion. Obama team spies disseminates the information widely up on the hill. Evelyn Farkas even admitted to it on MSNBC the hill people leak to the media. The media put out the anti-trump propaganda. They have the ultimate Bullhorn. I find it awfully odd that a staffer on the Senate committee responsible for handling that information is calling the senators as witnesses on his behalf that he didn't lie. Not that he didn't leak, not. That's not what he's charged with. Right that he didn't lie brilliant. The day, tell him to do this. Is this guy getting ready to burn this whole house down. One more thing. Here's a quote from Chuck Ross's piece. The caller. Remember Dan Jones again is a former staffer on that committee as well Feinstein. Here's a text he sends. He says, he says, hey, Dan Jones here from the democracy integrity project, Chris THEO wanted us to connect..
"dan jones" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Time for some stuff i like and then some things that i hate so things that i like as i mentioned a couple of weeks ago i watched the series from stars of the white queen which is really entertaining all about the war of the roses the very end of the war of the roses and there's a good book on everything leading up to the war of the roses for several centuries by dan jones plans had units so if you're interested in british history and you really liked the stuff dan jones book the plan tangents is well worth reading the warrior kings and queens who made england he also wrote a book on the war of the roses dan jones very interesting very good writer so you should check that out if you're into reading history so that's that's worth seeing okay time for a couple of things that i hate okay so we begin with oceans eight two oceans eight is going to come out soon is the assumption and the and the reviews are coming in and it is amazing to see the political bias in the reviews the political bias in the reviews is astonishing because when you actually read what people are saying about it they are trying so hard not to say this is a bad movie it's exactly the as lady ghostbusters instead of them just saying yeah movie kinda stunk they're trying so it's gotta be feminists because filled with women and right they're women who are now doing on ocean's eleven which was men now so eight which is women and that means that it has to be good even if it's bad so here's some of the reviews hey lee green bland at in entertainment weekly rights ocean eights girls just wanna have grand larceny con concede is kind of starry high gloss goof the summer movies he's was made for even feel even if it feels lightweight by the already zero gravity standards of the john rao so what she's really saying at the end there is it's kind of bad and it's kinda fee but you know the girls just wanna have grand larceny concede is it's it's what movies were made.
"dan jones" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The bbc national orchestra of wales just plays original music by english composer dan jones love the way in written the music absolutely into the fabric though deny the existence these characters music hi rachel my like not a sideshow but he feels like his wanting just create some space around the intensity and beauty and focus of this classical music which is just so important and written into the film in the film we see the actress appearing to play the violin but director dominant cook says it took some training one hand with very accurate i don't wanna get the game away with slightly less though but yeah she learned all the onscreen hostages especially could she does you performed all violence solos on the soundtrack expressing the emotional and spiritual voice of the restrained florence dance pieces it was definitely very very important to keep foreign sources head space and all the emotions that she couldn't express verbally a lot of that came out through the music she played and dan did an amazing job of translating into his music that inner anxiety and fear and trauma.
"dan jones" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Gps they're working against trump that's bill play either side of this now let me go back to the beginning because the replacement for mark warner this is critical mark warner replaces dianne feinstein on the descendant intelligence committee mark warner replaces feinstein very suspiciously she kind of like walks away and then all of a sudden she releases the transcript in january of glenn simpson's testimony on the hill back in august i told you yesterday i believe it was because she wanted the source the fbi source that we still the names yet to be disclosed i have a good idea who it is to understand that simpson already out at him simpson outed him in august testimony one of dianne feinstein staffers who likely had detailed knowledge of the operation to take down trump is a guy named dan jones dan jones is also also working with waldman apparently dan jones text between waldman and democrat senator mark water where waldman says hey we're going to talk to dan jones folks what i'm telling you is the operation against trump still going on and why is this lobbyist who's de connected to their a pasta and democrat senator still coordinating with a former staffer on the intel committee to hit donald trump this is never gonna stop the crew you can't handle it you can't handle the true let me go back to the beginning because last night on levin i sum this up for everyone and then i'm going to tie it up again so the show kind of makes sense because i know i'm leaving you at some of you in a black hole here the case was started on corrupt charges folks the charges made no sense.
"dan jones" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"God bless this guy for fighting for fighting back damn you all to hell he said they want to make it so that if you are talented you have computer skills you have political skills joe that you are absolutely gonna be you're not support you're not to touch a political campaign ever because the democrats lesson is going to be because they're tyrants their police they tyrants this folks we gotta cross that rubicon i have having big letters joe right here i says it right there recognition you do what because i wanted to say i've just showed it to joe none of this will change until you recognize the existential fight we're in you have to record we have to get out of the middle class kind of apathy were ins not not my listeners i'm talking about the rest of the folks out there who were marginally involved in this fight you have to recognize you can't be involved on the margins you have to be all in this is what they're trying to do these people are police they tyrants the lesson from the dan jones incident on caputo where they bankrupted this guy worked for the trump team the lesson there is you touch a political campaign again for the republicans this is what we're gonna do to you the way we're gonna fight back and i'm going to go over this with a couple of different examples the way we fight back is you name names you name them repeatedly these people will be humiliated in public you may say oh gosh they don't care dan trust me they care is it going to one specific example like yesterday is it going gonna take down these operations probably not.
"dan jones" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Whoa no man no no no no no no no no the guy does have new is crazy man so to get back into dan jones who hasn't really interesting story of his own which is like fucked up and this is the dumb way i wanna get into it he was ervan i wanna i want do to do the he was actually the first drummer for blink one eighty two i've got kicked him out because he was now hallock so we got his car and he got a bomb that's a real guy but he didn't do all that all that other coups name scott i like to do the talking heads song to get into this guy like dave you try to run away for the beliefs for other no pulled over to the side of the road and you may put up a bed and the wind and then you match what is this this sounds like chris are jerry seinfeld it sounds like seinfeld ing heads the drug mix food you may run over there but they roebuck grabs you show yourself in the head and you may ask yourself how did i get get go wow i'm so happy that had such a great punch line because i was so close to leaving i just do that for an hour the puck to seal you recording anymore aristotle aragon girlfriend friendly episode of that midnight poets poets thing that my cat likes dick anyway.
"dan jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A limited possibilities weight you at mohegan some plan you stay mohegan sandakan dan jones's with some dan any pontic land and glennon says steph i mean he failed in tampa he couldn't hold the job in chicago i wouldn't go near him apart book approach way yeah i got that day but i've seen enough for glenat he's dayak her with the football he's a pullover machine and the offensive line is average your best he is a statue in the pocket that is a problem our its water i could work with bridgewater if bridgewater gets will go by the minnesota vikings and you tell me he is the jet quarterback next year you i can live with that that's fine no we don't i don't feel all complaints about the checks a lot but i happened to see some you know these are the detroit lions i've only one one playoff game in the last sixty years it's unbelievable and i know this because the body of mine is a big detroit lions fanned my body works that wizards is a web better near causley show all the time he's wanted these tortured seoul's he's like me all fettis like he was a jet fan but you will get their team and their futility in the postseason it almost puts things in perspective for us doesn't it and and and and their quarterback whose quarterback while you out he chronicle we looked out from york for seven straight years no quarterback has ever done a big towelling johnson alltime pre my receiver but only one playoff win in sixty you how is that possible it's unbelievable but it just dan you can't have the great quarterback in this sport and think it's a foregone conclusion they gonna win because if you will go over the years and i'm a matthew staffer guy and i think stafford as the tools to be a bigtime quarterback initially he's had big statistical years she has a one december games consistently hasn't taken his team to the playoffs consistently hasn't won in.
"dan jones" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"With a great missionaries storm it was back in the early 1900s stand jones served as a missionary in india and after years serving on the field he slowly beginning to see how the pulse of christ was making a big change in the lives of hindus moslems and buddhists mostly it was very broken people king to jesus out of these religions rejected and ruined does outcast each one embrace christ as his only hope they found no hope in those other religions and this is what leads dan jones to say that neither hindu karma nor muslim kismet nor buddhist nirvana could bring about change in a person's life but the cross he said is different he wrote this he said the cross never knows defeat for it is itself defeat and you cannot defeat that which is already defeated you cannot break broken us the cross swords with defeat unaccepted dying as a way of living but in that very attitude it finds its victory well do i love that for the cross is indeed a place of broken us and you cannot break him who is already broken you cannot defeat the one who has laid down his life who gives it up of his own for your cord it's what you never hear it said that jesus was killed on the cross no he was not killed no one took his life he laid down his life and therein lies the victory he embraced to death so that he could redeem audited new life the course shows you how to do di as a way of living and this is what attracted those broken people in india this is what made them see that they could have a home a new life and a better life and christ the good news is you don't have to go to india to lay down your pro cadets to lay down your soon or your pride and you're wounds at the foot of the cross vance hafner once put it this way he said god uses broken things it takes broken soil to produce across it takes broken clouds to give rain broken grain to give bread and broken bread to give strength it is the broken alabaster bucks that gives fourth perfume but for an unknown what broken as you're dealing with right now i'm sure you are was to be something with me it's always my broken neck and the way my wheelchair keeps me desperately need the of the lord the for you can be a.
"dan jones" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The military activity they do allow women in some of the houses uh especially the father way you go from jerusalem and they do allow married men in the houses as well and you say that they are actually women who participate on their own so there is no one strict version the farther you go from jerusalem the more variety do things i think a very interesting about the templates there there are founded on a paradox and there are many paradoxes within ten pla activity in life take one the idea that ten plasma swear of out poverty bit the institution is very rich they must swear about chastity they're not even allowed to kiss their mothers all that ons once there taking the temple of vows and yet in certain areas notably where women are allowed to inherit property and dispose of it as they choose such as some of the spanish kingdoms at the time women are allowed to join up assist as the tempus will paradoxical they were principled but they were also pragmatic and when he came to amassing wealth the rules could be bent detail here because we're in the twentyfirst century all literate these were extraordinarily literate men for the twelve thcentury they looked to be skilled they're not bernard quality but they read in writing in their own languages i guess the lat here's another example of of template pragmatism some temblors would have been rather literate some temple as would have been wholly illiterate the temple rule when you read through it makes allowance for this fact and it doesn't make demands on templates that it would the would have been made on suspicion monks who monks of any sort temblors another expected to join up knowing endless of knowing by heart endless latin psalms and songs of praise and chance but the there is a minimum standard of education which is that you know you'll payton asta your our father because throughout the day the temple rule says whether you're in in a temple house where there's a priest holds holy services and to sing the max or whether you're in the saddle writing about the plains of cereal fighting in the egyptian nile delta you expected at the certain hours of the day that the church house the canonical hours to recite a number of prayers our father the book is the templars dan jones were going to the second crusade i'm john batchelor.
"dan jones" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Idea that temples must swear of out poverty bit the institution is very rich they misjudged swear about chastity they're not even allowed to kiss their mothers all the ons once they take can the temple of vows and yet in certain areas notably where women are allowed to inherit property and dispose it as they choose such as some of the spanish kingdoms of the time women are allowed to join up assist as so the tempus will paradoxical they were principled but they will also pragmatic and when it came to amassing wealth the rules could be bent detail here because we're in the twentyfirst century all literate these were extraordinarily literate men for the twelve thcentury they looked to be skilled they're not bernard quality but they read in writing in their own languages i guess the lat here's another example of of temple pragmatism some temblors would have been rather literate some templars would have been wholly illiterate the temple rule when you read through it makes allowance for this fact and it doesn't make demands on templates that it would the would have been made on suspicion among so monks of any sort temblors annulled not expected to join up knowing endless of knowing by heart endless latin psalms and songs of praise and chance but the there is a minimum standard of education which is that you know you'll payton asta you our father because throughout the day the temple rule says whether you're in in a temple house wet as a priest to hold holy said mrs and to sing the mass or whether you're in the saddle writing about the plains of syria all fighting in the egyptian nile delta your expected at the certain hours of the day the church house the canonical hours to recite a number of press our father the book has the templars dan jones were going to.
"dan jones" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The author is dan jones he's on the line right now from mary old england dan jones welcome to the program thank you for that kind introduction well it could have been kind but we don't have the time i honestly you're so accomplished i could have gone on and on about you the than the night the the the templar as the title of your book is about well actually ted tell us who it's about rather than might trying to sum it up in my own way because i know very little ultimately about the templars but i'm fascinated with the idea well i think you've got is going very well eric clause what a military you'll woulda set up in jerusalem and around eleven 1911 twenty which is based on a decree creating period whoa behind the city of jerusalem mattress phoolan too krisztian more into the first crusade and christian pilgrims who walking from western europe to go to jerusalem to pray at chepstow defect lca could wet crush two was thought to be pretty center the christian world now the run around jerusalem at a time very dangerous and said there were certain that there is a need for great hike rescue service if you like com a group of warriors who could gone pilgrims was a travelled around thirty sites that went deep just cleared typically just to be clear when did these pilgrimages begin another wet when did it become the thing to do to make this long pilgrimage from you europe into jerusalem was was around this time is pilgrim i'm sorry really hundreds vehicle get ready for hundreds of years adan once christianity cut it became established on the roman empire people have begun to go pilgrimage but in a highly middle aged thirty from lafayette around the year and hungers live with a weakening the second millennium uh hey we were but if you made a pilgrimage site this you could in some way all set your skin so go on pilgrimage was a great way to either thank god who survived survived an it will dare you attack if you've committed a crime against the church oregon hello human big so at the idea was when to jerusalem to the thin crew the world which wall it's a very long dangerous journey itself you know to.