21 Burst results for "David Hasselhoff"

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion david hasselhoff speculated with me on how he would do a knight rider movie and the style kit the way he was and then bring it into the you know two thousand and twenty and bring it into now and you know it could be like kit meets. Michael is well michael. You look a lot older. And i say well things have changed since you've been gone and then house fast michael and i say all the cars talk now and it's great because they all do you know and then yeah i. Turbo booster have a car. Whiz by kit kit goes what happened. I said well buddy you need to hit refresh. And he goes michael. What's for fresh. You know he doesn't know he's gotta be updated into the technology of today and of course we'll do the movie and then make him into the that we should be and it'd be cool absolutely. It would be a lot of fun to see that. I really wouldn't be up for. You also has an audio book up against the wall. I listened to his flashback. Autumn nineteen eighty-nine east. Germany changes in the air. Like the winds of fall and on the wind freedom can be sniffed communist. Europe is crumbling and moscow. Gorbachev is opening the way to the end of the soviet union and prague people are marching changes coming and east germany to the feeling is in the air like the chris snap of fall freedom in their minds and hearts and on their lips. My hit single looking for freedom. Unbeknownst to me this song chart topper in west. Germany has also become an underground anthem in the east traded on homemade cassettes sung in bars and nightclubs. I'm a star among fans. I have never met and who have never seen or heard me except in blurry photocopies and pirated tv signals. Look for up against the wall. The audio book read by david hasselhoff himself on audible for bite. This is tony talada..

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Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:33 min | 11 months ago

Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness

"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Pantheon

"Or film like guardians of the galaxy. And and so all i can say is really just have to stay vertical to be healthy because the best is yet to comments really gonna come is gonna come like like you know things happen in show business in a weird way. Nothing happens for ten years and everything has once and you have to make the right decisions and sometimes of made a lot of actors said that they were for superman they were up for. This event turned the challenge because they just was not in the cards and they they knew in a way. They regretted so other passions. Do you have what it sort of. Non non Artists are the things. I like to scuba dive more than anything. I love to go underwater. Because he'd selling place that people don't ask for picture taking a picture. Underwater chewed out the dive master. When i came up because these people were how the fucking know that was going to be there. And now you'll ross. And he was cool it was like a you know of aerosmith and he was diving and we were diving together and somebody asked me for my picture of water but you know. I love underwater. I love. I'm gonna continue to do that. I'm trying to initiate a special. Where i do like a dive with sharks. I do. I do anything. That's that's really gets my attention. But i always hire someone professional. That kind of you know like skydiving with the black knights. And i realized that you know there's like twenty of them. Twenty of them are not going to die. You know so. You done skydiving. Also yeah. I've done skydiving. But m- mostly i've done like three or four times but i've done most as the diving. It's passionate and i have no fear but getting in the water with a lotta sharks. And i have no fear with the thing that i wanted to do. What's called the sardine run. Should look it up. It's really cool. That's that's on my bucket list for sure because that's going to be probably the most amazing dive ever in south africa sardines getting eaten by everything. Wow you just kind of watch and you just watch. The birds fly down and sharks whales and dolphins in the water for that. Yeah of course why did get. Yeah i told my wife. I so you can see on the boat and look down but you're going wanna be in the water you know at least put your head in order these hang onto the boat and look at because it's just going to be sensational. You just don't wanna get near the bait. Well how long. How long have you been scheming diving for us. I imagine a while now since since What a high school really. I took a course at santa monica college. And i took a course taught courses believe it or not i was scuba diving and one was film classic film interesting because i thought i could watch classic films and i could go diving and i could wait tables and be an actor and i did so. I ended up on diving and had pretty incredible experiences with the most incredible experience. You've had to give it the most incredible experience heads to scuba diving was Feeding shark and was tiger shark and we went to south africa with a guy named mark. Addison addison was like steve. Kylie's short of sharks you on number. One guy that was with me was deathly afraid of sharks. We in the water and he now has gotten over that. And it's become an avid diver. But we were like twenty two foot charts and they finally came. And i just got my hand bitten off by gruber and i thought oh my god you know. Could you imagine the press. Hasselhoff loses handle grouper definitely would have said hasselhoff loses his hand to a shark. You know because the group came in and took the bait right before the shock did i. That was pretty. That was that was without a doubt. The most incredible experience watching the sharks. Go after the bait and you know. I have photographs about if with. It's just unbelievable. I took off my mask and so people would recognize. We underwater starts can recognize. You know the guy that got mark. Addison said you're not you said i've never dealt with anybody from hollywood. That is crazy as you. And i said i just i just love you know i love. I love the war. I loved conservation. I love the the attitude that people have. you know. it's it's about saving lives and saving fish and saving sharks and saving the economy. Ecology bombs killing. Didn't make him more environmentally aware. I don't kill anything. I don't i just don't i. You know. I went to famous basketball players house and he said you. You wanna go hunting tomorrow. And i said there's nothing alive in utah left. You've killed everything. What are you a tree hugger. I said yeah i am. So i'm i'm i i don't i don't get it and maybe if i grew up hunting and stuff like that i don't put the people down from who who you know hunt for spur points in sports and i i just don't i just you know that's what they do. And that's their life and that's their their heritage. But i personally dead against it. I'm glad they stuff the fox hunt. Yeah when. I'm curious about skydiving in the fact that how does that make you. How did skydiving make you appreciate the world in a different way from a different perspective skydiving. Anyone goes skydiving appreciate life because when you land you smile for about four days smile because you made it and you smile because you did it you smile because made it and you smile because you did it and the rush incredible you. Everybody who's got is once. Definitely go back. You know unless they've had a bad experience friend who broke his ankle. He went back. He broke his ankle yet off. But anyway i think it's. It's an incredible experience. But you're back to through the night and it was. It was only done because it was in front of me and and it was good. And i decided to have some fun so it was like four or five days of just hanging out with martin son and family and burnt and i you know i tweak the song to make it to make it more pertinent at. This was before before covid before a disaster. That america is in and the words seemed to be appropriate. That wraps up this latest episode side jams. I'd like to thank pantheon. Podcast sponsor aka for the support of his podcast. Stay tuned for the next installment which will feature david hasselhoff collaborators in step the tunes used in this episode of from fox in the law.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Pantheon

"Put their heart and soul into it and hopefully puts cue stack on the map. You did you listen any metal before this. I work with To survivors kind of like heavy metal. The songs furious even though in the eighties wavy followed by having mental crowd. I haven't haven't been a lot of weird. It's like you know a look around the audience in those see girls. Of course i see guys and just up as david hasselhoff and people getting hammered. And then i also a heavy metal crowd like you know. Give me heavy metal side with weird era. We were closed. And i go. Wow that's really cool you know. And so i because of them because fan of metallica. Because i'm a fan of r-maine because of listened to this rock and roll. I'm the good stuff and the stuff that i respond to not a heavy metal african aficionado. This absolutely no way. But i liked the song at like the rock and roll. I liked the heart music when we when we did Heroes by david bowie. I heard another version. I think i can't remember the guy's name. He just passed away but he did a Heavy metal version of heroes and version was cooler. Was you know it was really. He was like it was cooler. So i kind of do. What's in front of me. And that's why did the through that. I would martin burnt right right. You know for my podcast for scientists wages. They talk about people's products nelson talk about like they're outside passions. I interview a lot of musicians and they never get to talk about other things they do outside of that like you know. One of the guys use preece was telling me about his love for star wars. Someone else told me about their passion for horses actually heard that you've done some motivational speaking. You know. I got into motivational speaking. Because i had to you. Don't they have a thing of the comecon where you have to speak forty minutes and my wife was not my wife at that time would say what are you going to talk about. I said about forty minutes. And no idea because i was so i have so much material on such a life and people respond to one man can make a difference that i usually come out and i just wing it and i just say one man can make a difference and the reason is i'm here maybe i'll make a difference today in your lives but you guys are all here and you made a difference in my life without you. I would not be up here. So that's the truth. So i just speak the truth. And then i talk about knight rider. Talk about i just speak the truth and the truth is i've been burned by press and by by newspapers my television by film and by everything and i've been you know but of risen above that to tell the truth and i and people respond to that and people they. I opened it up for a question and answer session. I guess the last place i could. They wouldn't let me do a question and answer session. So i got a little kind of freaked it and my god how i i fill forty minutes was i was just speaking and It went great. It was incredible because people were they all respond to something that happened in their childhood. And that's when nightrider was about. Everybody had childhood. Everybody grew up watching and baywatch and That's the one thing that i've learned to embrace over the years. Is i embrace the the passion these people have and they have. We have passionate. We're kids sure. We have an innocence and we have a belief and then we grow up. We look at the world and we go for the world's messed up and you know how could possibly do that. How could they have no empathy. How could they you know. Two hundred and eighty thousand people die and not not anyone talk about. It blows my mind. It's weird it's completely weird and it's it's just what it it motivates me to to do a song link through the night it's about going through darkness into the light. It's about keep moving. I just saw a special on jim valvano. We should look it up his his name. Is jim bell. Greatest coach in north carolina in nineteen eighty three and he passed away of cancer and he was just a cool little tight guy who embraced all the black players and the team. They all loved him and basically said never never give up. Never ever give up something else to take the day. Think they laugh to cry whether it's emotional or because of some sad situation or some good situations that's full day. so are gravitated to watching the special on on him. Which is one of the remote channels. So i of live by now. So what are what are the things outside of being on stage and on screen one of the things that you passionate about passionate about respect demand respect but no one gives me a respect then i either laugh it off or i have a tendency to to speak up and i'm passionate about respective on the passion about was self respect. You know of not achieved the self respect that the you know what you know. What happens when you when you achieve a dream. It's kind of like depressing because you have to have another dream like this. You know like. I sang on the berlin wall to a million people achieve. That and i was all my doing. Because i i said. Can i sing on the wall and you know there was somebody wrote was an immediate answer. That what they said yes. It was no immediate answer and it was like the chew three days for them to get the opinion of Honecker and the opinion of calm which was a two prime ministers that had to get both of the prime minister's east german east berlin and west born the into so once i achieved that i went muslim airplane going back. Now what do i do you know. How do i top vat and You know i've i'm. I'm working on a new television series. That I can't really talk about yet. But it's it's something that I can look in the mirror and Respect myself because you know. I'm really an actor. I i'm i'm david hasselhoff. The father the husband person. And then i'm the hof which is like taken over the musician which i got a great review on. Open your eyes. Which i did not expected. We sold five copies. But i didn't care we just you know we. We got great respect for the songs and did actually got a little bit presser that you know it was. It was amazing. I got a call from liverpool out of nowhere. This rock magazine said echoing. The bunny men are celebrating their fortieth birthday. And we'd like you to say hello because you did a great version of like sugar. I want how cool you know so. I've kind of infiltrated into kind of wet. My foot into a lot of different things whether it be broadway or the west end in london.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Pantheon

"In one thousand nine hundred atv movie and jacqueline hyde on broadway not to forget playing himself and everything from the spongebob. Movie to a hilarious. Retro video clip for guardians of the galaxy to. David has also had a long running music. Career began with night. Rocker in nineteen eighty-five he later performed his song looking for freedom atop the berlin wall weeks after dismantling had begun and that was thirty one years ago this month in recent times he's built into a lot of different musical territory including synth wave for the come fury movie soundtrack and his latest solo album. Open your eyes which included new wave. Hard rock pop and country covers and featured an impressive an eclectic array of guest stars from todd. Rundgren steve stevens his latest. Sonic adventure is with the industrial metal group. Q staff from. Austria collaborated on a stirring anthem of empowerment and solidarity called through the night. That shines light into these dark times beyond all of his artistic. Endeavors david indulgence in different activities. Which we spoke about for episode thirty two side jams specifically. We discussed this as a motivational speaking as well as his love for scuba diving and a few adventures and skydiving. We'll certainly nice to chat with him. After all these years of watching them on screen. And i certainly didn't hassle the hoff. Are you doing very well. I think it's too early to tell you know it's funny. I was looking. I was i wanted to watch nick fury again and i found it online last night. Yeah it's quite good. I was It was kind of another milestone that i reached because of stanley and stand came on the set and said you're the continent nick fury and to me that was Something probably remember for the rest of my life That's great yeah. It was fun it was. It was a television movie. That didn't do the numbers that have should've done and was written by david. Goya who wrote superman in the beginning he did you know he did a great dark knight stuff. He's done a lot of different stuff you know. It's interesting because i want to mention all these different things that you've actually done. And some people have heard some of the younger kids. Don't know that you were nick fury. Originally you know you're ahead of the curve on that. Just kind do what's in front of me. And so the luck of the draw has a lot's been in front of being. There wasn't anything in front of me. I'd make sure there was something in front of me like the panico in the uk which is was was another milestone. I did seven of them. My broke six. Attendance records for the people attending cantos in one hundred years and i was really proud of that and i was quite a it was a natural thing to to talk to the audience. I came in as off the hook. You don't you just love me and the owners. No yes you know. We don't know shoe. No we don't. And that was sometimes. Go on for as long as i wanted to go on depending if i had the audience and if i didn't have the audience i would make sure got the audience so i brought a little bit of The david hasselhoff passion. Which is i give one hundred percent no matter what to the show and Done that through television to film to massive amount of commercials to branding to to whatever's in front of me and sometimes what's in front of me is you know pluto. Commercial were playing several characters. I'd do it because the script is good and because the character is a challenge to do all the characters and it's you know it's hard work and it is fun in the end. It is fun and i. I try to tell everybody that especially doing the concerts. We'd lose massive concerts anywhere from sixty five thousand people which i'm doing on my birthday which is eighty s concert mile nova rock festival war. Come on at midnight or eleven. Thirty two so twelve fifteen. No woman do one but they told me. I can't do more than seventy minutes on following iron maiden following iron maiden really going to leave and they didn't as a matter of fact that came from different stages to see could shallow. What i was doing. it's It's it's humbling. And it's amazing when you go to norway. And they start channing hof hof hof and sometimes the longest. I've had was eight minutes. I mean eight. Minutes is a long time and just stood there. And i got emotional and then i got kind of not annoyed but come on. Let's get over to type attitude. And so you know. I i look back at the overview that i sent that judy sent me and i send it to someone and i go. Wow i have done a lot. And i don't realize you know. I hosted a show in sweden. We should send you overview and we hosted a show in hosted the show. I was like dean martin. Johnny carson in sweet called david office. We just talk. Show whole gag. Was you know who my guests are. Because i'm sweden with this guy and it was upfront. Awards crystalline award. Which is me. And we do the same thing and finland. We were supposed to do the same thing in belgium. But i ended up. Doing a movie called killing hasselhoff raise money for. That's on netflix. Netflix has got off the record. Which is an emmy award winning series and you know we. It's it's amazing. How people respond to david hasselhoff and how people don't respond to him and so i'm hoping that respond to To the to the heavy metal. Because i just did that. That's right in front of me because it was fun. And because martin had done my backdrops and he's done such a great job and and he said you know in exchange for something that he did that Would you do this heavy metal song as we're trying to get into heavy metal because that's what we do and i and i liked it. I liked the song. I liked the burns. Whose guitar player. Yeah and a call. Mr be a sick burns. I was moving too fast but We ended up doing that as a basically labor of love to and it's a tip of hatchet heavy metal crown. And then i found out i had a heavy metal audience which is bizarre and they would come and because they would listen to choose survivor and they listen to from kerry kung fury. But they also listen to Fury was We made it into a major motion picture. I went all the way to think it was romania to do four or five days on the picture. But we'll see what happens with that and I did sing in the movie. 'cause i called and i said i need a moment movie. That is funny. That's hung and cheek and he gave me a movie to sing a song to sing the puppy so sister i played a gigantic man. Robot heart the hof nine thousand morph into a man. I sing to the puppies. And it's really. They keep going back to it during the picture. So hopefully that'll be out in the next year or so and Night rutter is being made into movies. So it's kind of like whatever is in front of me. I take and then. That's what this whole heavy metal situations about and i i tip my hat to. I think they did a really good job with the song. And they.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Jump suit with David Hasselhoff. Ladies, gentlemen, just I feel kind of picky. Listen to this thing is a little uncomfortable. What's the music video like I am? Okay, but hey, Germans love him. We're power to look if if if you Look, you're a musician, right? Not more than David Hasselhoff. But if you found a country somewhere, maybe just like a little tiny island somewhere that they heard you. You play drums that your instrument do They heard you play drums. And they thought Whoa, We have never heard anybody played drums like this before. This guy is a stud. This he is amazing. He is a rock star. Would you not cash in to the hilt as much as you could 100%. Okay, I would also tell them about our night's program. That is probably on during their daytime because it's halfway across the world. Thank you. Appreciate you doing that, for publicity's sake. Right now, Let's do this for publicity. Sick got E don't know which McDonalds or where this McDonald's was located. I'll just say that out of the chute here, But a woman in a McDonald's drive through today decided to make a customer. Behind her. Make that customers day by paying for their order. Have you ever done this? Have you have been struck by that moment of generosity that you said you know what Random act of kindness? Would have paid for that car behind me. In the drive through, However, she did it, but she soon regretted it when she found out how much the car behind her had purchased from the drive thru Um, The woman's name is Venetia. She posted a video of her random act of kindness to tic tac. And it has since been seen as she did this. Uh, not today. I'm sorry She did this a little while ago. But it's been seen 90,000 times. I need 1000 views on picked up in the clip. She can be seen telling the cashier I'd like to pay for the person behind me if possible. The worker responds by saying the person behind her had ordered a whopping $32 report the food and it's clear Venetia is taken aback by the price. As your voice falters before smiling and saying that, David, please having driven off with her good deed sorted, she tells the camera. So I paid for the person behind me. I did not expect it to be 30 bucks. But, hey, that's my random act of kindness for the day I encourage you all to do it. That's the one looking Maybe that's something we could do with a stimulus. Maybe that's something you do with stimulus. I'm not saying get to go, and I mean, if you want to give a multi, you know 100 hundreds of dollars of in a tip. Fine, But you go to the drive through you pick up the tab behind you..

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes where the original heroes in part because of hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion david hasselhoff speculated with me on how he would do a knight rider movie and the style kit the way he was and then bring it into the you know two thousand and twenty and bring it into now and you know it could be like kit meets. Michael is well michael. You look a lot older and say well things have changed since you've been gone and then house fast michael and i say all the cars talk now and it's great because they all do you know and then yeah. I turbo boosted have a car whiz by kit. Kit goes what happened. I said well buddy you need to hit refresh. And he goes michael. What's for fresh. You know he doesn't know he's gotta be updated into the technology of today and of course we'll do the movie and then make su are that we should be and it'd be cool absolutely. It would be a lot of fun to see that i really would be up for. You also has an audio book up against the wall. Listen to his flashback. Autumn eighty nine east. Germany changes in the air like the winds of fall and on the freedom can be sniffed communist. Europe is crumbling and moscow. Gorbachev is opening the way to the end of the soviet union in prague. People are marching changes coming and east. Germany to the feeling is in the air like the chris snap of fall freedom in their minds and hearts and on their lips. My hit single looking for freedom. Unbeknownst to me this song a chart topper in west. Germany has also become an underground anthem in the east traded on homemade cassettes sung in bars and nightclubs. I'm a star among fans. I have never met and who have never seen or heard me except in blurry photocopies and pirated tv signals. Look for up against the wall. The audio book read by david hasselhoff himself on audible for bite. This is tony takada..

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A there's a huge difference between Between Burt Reynolds. And and David Hasselhoff. Yeah, there is, But still I mean, you know, you got to go in style. Go with style, right? I'm just saying, I don't think that I don't think those things should should switch so so easily. Thiss. Use your imagination, man. That's alright, right Lover Jab Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Okay, That's you who does not exist. That's you. That's that's coming. Can I share with you? Look, I know I'm supposed to be doing Philip. The news kind share with you. The best thing that happened this entire election opened something you're going to be hearing a lot of It was a trump ad, and I heard it and I said to Allison, you have to grab this for me. And it's a trump ad and talking about how Democrats are doing this, and Democrats are doing that, and it's it's done in like that, in a world kind of voice. Right. Democrats are trying to take away your right to carry a gun Democrat and what they are and Democrats, but it's in that voice and Democrats don't believe in fracking, you know, a Democrat said. About Republicans. Well, nowhere is here it is. If these people and I said it's from bad, I'm like, what am I listening? Tio here that you got these people? So that's going to become a regular part.

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Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

"Begins. On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. Greg two dimensional black time and space. The ramp slowly lows. Dr. Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. Cool. Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? No I'm talking about subsidies. They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. When now tell me this? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. Go, get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. Tonight, we're going to defeat Dr. Lloyd with our very own army, of Ninja zombies. As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? You? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. Patrol. But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? Oh that's fantastic. Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. Okay. Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. By the front door of, the lab. Timothy. You guys ready Yes for crying out. Loud Dr, grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. Okay I come. To the. Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. No, I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. No. Well, then what named Peter Jackson? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. Oh. Well. Going Fine Lookin' costume there. Dr Grant. We go trick or treating no, let's go. What's wrong chips? Okamoto no chips. There's no reason to be afraid of Halloween. It's good fun. Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? Sixteen. I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. Let's go to the ship. Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. Later, they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. No need to search foamy floyd. I'm right here. What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. Perhaps we don't, but it's not us. You should be worried about. What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. ZOMBIES. Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. Active your main activities. Those deeds chewing command, the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? To Stop Dr, Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I was just on David Hasselhoff instagram page. And yeah, he posted about network capital and how it's It's one of the ways that he has a half tastic Day. Zhaan and these rates. I don't know if you'd call him half tastic. Sometimes when you're staying it, it still feels surreal that we're talking about 2.5% on a 30 year fixed. It can't be real. But Israel half past sickly excited about this week because 2.5% just sounds amazing. Just rolls right off the tongue just so smooth. People can understand 2.5%. I think everyone if we could do like put up a poll like on our website or anything, and we said, is 2.5% of great raid. I'm pretty sure you should be flawless across the board. The unanimous decision should be 100 out of 102.5% 30 year fixed at a 2.5 to 8, P. R. A lot of people called and they actually liked a little bit of a comment. Do you know a sneaky jab? That's enough punch on some other lenders? Oh, actually sent us a letter telling us to stop advertising so low, but we told him pound sand, So at the end of the day, it's about getting the customer the best rate, the fastest turn times the no lender fees special. I love how they were constructed. I love the products. I love the process. Most importantly, I care so much about the people behind the scenes there putting out incredible work during these tough times. It's actually tough when there are a lot of people remote. It's tough with communication. But I gotta admit, network Capital has made this quite simple on the entire group..

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony Auto and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happened very right in saying that. The Greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion David Hasselhoff speculated with me on how he would do a Knight Rider movie and the style kit the way he was and then bring it into the you know two thousand and twenty and bring it into now and you know it could be like Kit Meets. Michael and his well Michael. You look a lot older and I say well things have changed since you've been gone and then House fast. Michael and I say all the cars talk now and it's great because they all do you know and then yeah. I turbo booster and have a car whiz by kit. Kit goes what happened. I said. Well Buddy you need to hit refresh. And he goes Michael. What's for fresh you know? He doesn't know he's gotTa be updated into the technology of today and of course we'll do that movie and then make him into the supermarket. We should be and it'll be cool absolutely. It would be a lot of fun to see that I really wouldn't be up for. You also has an audio book up against the wall like listen to his flashback. Autumn Nineteen eighty-nine East Germany changes in the air. Like the winds of fall and on the wind freedom can be sniffed communist. Europe is crumbling and Moscow. Gorbachev is opening the way to the end of the Soviet Union and Prague people are marching changes coming and East Germany. To the feeling is in the air like the. Chris snap of fall freedom in their minds and hearts and on their lips. My hit single looking for freedom. Unbeknownst to me this song chart topper in West. Germany has also become an underground anthem in the east traded on homemade cassettes sung in bars and nightclubs. I'm a star among fans. I have never met and who have never seen or heard me accept him. Blurry photocopies and pirated TV signals. Look for up against the wall. The audio book read by David Hasselhoff himself on audible for bite. This is Tony Talada..

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Byte David Hasselhoff

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Byte David Hasselhoff

"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony Auto and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happened very right in saying that. The Greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion David Hasselhoff speculated with me on how he would do a Knight Rider movie and the style kit the way he was and then bring it into the you know two thousand and twenty and bring it into now and you know it could be like Kit Meets. Michael and his well Michael. You look a lot older and I say well things have changed since you've been gone and then House fast. Michael and I say all the cars talk now and it's great because they all do you know and then yeah. I turbo booster and have a car whiz by kit. Kit goes what happened. I said. Well Buddy you need to hit refresh. And he goes Michael. What's for fresh you know? He doesn't know he's gotTa be updated into the technology of today and of course we'll do that movie and then make him into the supermarket. We should be and it'll be cool absolutely. It would be a lot of fun to see that I really wouldn't be up for. You also has an audio book up against the wall like listen to his flashback. Autumn Nineteen eighty-nine East Germany changes in the air. Like the winds of fall and on the wind freedom can be sniffed communist. Europe is crumbling and Moscow. Gorbachev is opening the way to the end of the Soviet Union and Prague people are marching changes coming and East Germany. To the feeling is in the air like the. Chris snap of fall freedom in their minds and hearts and on their lips. My hit single looking for freedom. Unbeknownst to me this song chart topper in West. Germany has also become an underground anthem in the east traded on homemade cassettes sung in bars and nightclubs. I'm a star among fans. I have never met and who have never seen or heard me accept him. Blurry photocopies and pirated TV signals. Look for up against the wall. The audio book read by David Hasselhoff himself on audible for bite. This is Tony Talada.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"It is. You're doing out of vote fraud to tell him. I'm out of boat plans or else I would've message you sooner. Message you schooner darn it now. I'm on board happen again. He's I want you to do the whole conversation. And you'll be like. Oh My oh so many both runs basically if you can. And then we'll do dramatic rating of it next week. You are not going to be comfortable reading any of this little bit us. Do we have time for cue or no? That's the Dave question. Do you know it's funny? 'cause like it lights up when you're talking and it feels like What was that show Knight Rider with? Kit Yes Michael. I'm Dave and other times you bring up like David David Hasselhoff. Tv show. There's nothing wrong with remembering the Hof in his prime before the cheeseburger on the floor days. Like let's let's remember. Let's remember the Good Hof. Let's literally good. Hof and I don't even know what she's on the floor as you got thrown real drunk and then was eating cheeseburger. His daughter recorded him and tried to prove to him. How much how much of alcoholic dip shit he was and so she posted it online. Oh Yeah it was. It was a whole thing. I'm just a what did I do video. Also.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The Berlin Wall why this former Baywatch actor David Hasselhoff pop up in conversations about the Berlin Wall because of this German photographer Daniel biscuit says Hasselhoff song looking for freedom was in early nineteen eighty nine hit on both sides of the wall but resonated particularly in the east the song was about the freedom that they believe in freedom and that was kind of symbols was the first song off the wall fell in November nineteen eighty nine a few weeks later at new year's celebrations there was David Hasselhoff David why did you want to count exactly near to the run okay what do you freedom and it was the dream of former east German activist Seeger chapter says the song was encouraging but don't give it too much credit you had over eighty that has the hopeful if Ronald Reagan didn't tear down the wall there was a David Hasselhoff nor me it was the citizens of east Germany's with their protest so thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall what we know now that might not have been evident then completely changed the geography of Europe right by having a United Germany the nation says Georgetown university's Angela stent now the economic and political power house of the European Union effect ricocheted into Russia to stance touches on that in her new book Fulton's world German unification of the fall of the wall precipitated a series of other events in Eastern Europe which what the down fall of the Soviet bloc and ultimately I think contributed to what's the collapse of the Soviet Union itself Germany's culture minister Monica creatures told me the U. S. and then president George H. W. bush played a key role in encouraging the two Germanies to reunite was close not to me to not make is that John but bush who said okay I would support this process and to with to go over some ideas of the constitution of America into our constitution and then we also the German from is Germany may you fight join our constitution and not make two different ones beside it are they and then they said yeah so called we can re unification former east German Jakob Teala uses the term so called because rather than merging to equal nations re unification was achieved by incorporating five east German states into what had been West Germany thirty years out economic conditions in those eastern states still lag behind those in the west again young empty lot says some frustration most people have no or the work center is low and then we have a lot of resurgence Angelus standing knowledge is the continuing economic disparities but suggests an additional cost of growing anti democracy anti immigrant sentiment in eastern Germany the eastern part of Germany never confronted really what happened during the **** period the coming to spend came in their understanding of their own history in their own identity was very warped by living on that you know a totalitarian system and then a pretty authoritarian system for a long time former east German activists seek birch Africa VM vans and get policemen I know we have massive problems but I don't want anything from back in the days of these Germany nothing at all to make a million people under arms one shot was fired in nineteen eighty nine and yet we destroyed the dictatorship he and culture minister group Sherrin amazement that in an environment that had been so militarized the events of November nineteen eighty nine played out peacefully that's why we are a little bit throat in our terrible history to have these please for moments as well history that York winger points out a scene Germany reinvent itself four times in just a hundred years in Germany went from monarchy to fail to Marcy to fascism and communism and a successful democracy I don't know how many countries have been through so much change you've been listening to thirty years after the fall the legacy of the Berlin Wall I'm Chas Henry reporting from Berlin special thanks to producers past Piper and John Stoll miss its.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of the Berlin Wall why this former bay watch actor David Hasselhoff pop up in conversations about the Berlin Wall because of this German photographer Daniel biscuit says Hasselhoff song looking for freedom was in early nineteen eighty nine hit on both sides of the wall but resonated particularly in the east the song was about the freedom that they believe in freedom and that was kind of symbol of both of the song off the wall fell in November nineteen eighty nine a few weeks later at new year's celebrations there was David Hasselhoff David why did you want to count exactly near to the run okay what do the four freedoms and it was the dream of former east German activist Seeger chapter says the song was encouraging but don't give it too much credit he had only David has a hopeful if Ronald Reagan didn't tear down the wall there was a David Hasselhoff nor me it was the citizens of east Germany's with their protest so thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall what we know now that might not have been evident then completely changed the geography of Europe right by having a United Germany the nation says Georgetown university's Angelus stance now the economic and political power house of the European Union effects ricocheted into Russia to stance touches on that in her new book Putin's world German unification of the fall of the wall precipitated a series of other events in Eastern Europe which what the down fall of the Soviet bloc and ultimately I think contributed to what's the collapse of the Soviet Union itself Germany's culture minister Monica creatures told me the U. S. and then president George H. W. bush played a key role in encouraging the two Germanies to reunite was close not to me to not make is that John bush who said okay I would support this process and we took over some ideas of the constitution of America into our constitution and then we ate the German from is Germany may you might join our constitution and not make two different ones beside the and then they said yeah so called we can re unification former east German Yakin Teala uses the term so called because rather than merging to equal nations re unification was achieved by incorporating five east German states into what had been West Germany thirty years out economic conditions in those eastern states still lag behind those in the west again your concealer says some frustration of the people have no or the work center is low and then we have a lot of resurgence Angelus standing knowledge is the continuing economic disparities but suggests an additional because of growing anti democracy anti immigrant sentiment in eastern Germany the eastern part of Germany never confronted really what happened during the **** period the communists then came in their understanding of their own he stream their own identity was very walked by living on that you know a totalitarian system and then a pretty authoritarian system for a long time former east German activists seek birch after Vietnam vans and a policeman I know we have massive problems but I don't want anything from back in the days of these Germany nothing at all to make a million people under arms one shot was fired in nineteen eighty nine and yet we destroy the dictatorship he and culture minister group Sherrin amazement that in an environment that had been so militarized the events of November nineteen eighty nine played out peacefully that's why we are a little bit fraud in our terrible history to have these please for moments as well history that York winger points out I see Germany reinvents itself four times in just a hundred years in Germany went from monarchy to fail to Marcy to fascism and communism and a successful democracy I don't know how many countries have been through so much change you've been listening to thirty years after the fall the legacy of the Berlin Wall I'm Chas Henry reporting from Berlin special thanks to producers past Piper and John Stoll nous its production supervisor Kevin Delaney our executive producer is.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of the Berlin Wall why this former Baywatch actor David Hasselhoff pop up in conversations about the Berlin Wall because of this German photographer Daniel biscuit says Hasselhoff song looking for freedom was in early nineteen eighty nine hit on both sides of the wall but resonated particularly in the east the song was about this freedom that's a believe in freedom and that was kind of symbols was the first song off the wall fell in November nineteen eighty nine a few weeks later at new year's celebrations there was David Hasselhoff David what do you want to come exactly near to the run okay what do the four freedoms and it was the dream of former east German activists ciber chapter says the song was encouraging but don't give it too much credit he had only if it has the hopeful Ronald Reagan didn't tear down the wall there was a David Hasselhoff nor me here was the citizens of these Germany with their protest so thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall what we know now that might not have been evident then completely changed the geography of Europe right by having a United Germany the nation says Georgetown university's Angela stent now the economic and political power house of the European Union effects ricocheted into Russia to stance touches on that in her new book Putin's world German unification of the fall of the wall precipitated a series of other events in Eastern Europe which brought the down fall of the Soviet bloc and ultimately I think contributed to what's the collapse of the Soviet Union itself Germany's culture minister Monica creatures told me the U. S. and then president George H. W. bush played a key role in encouraging the two Germanies to reunite was close not to me to not make is that John bush who said okay I would support this process and two with two ideas of the constitution of America into our constitution and then we also the German from is Germany may you buy a tape join our constitution and not make two different ones beside it are they and then they said yeah so called freaky dream vacation former east German Jakob Teala uses the term so called because rather than merging to equal nations re unification was achieved by incorporating five east German states into what had been West Germany thirty years out economic conditions in those eastern states still lag behind those in the west again your concealer says some frustration of the people have no or the work center is law and then we have a lot of resurgence Angelus standing knowledges the continuing economic disparities but suggests an additional because of growing anti democracy anti immigrant sentiment in eastern Germany the eastern part of Germany never confronted really what happened during the **** period the communists then came in their understanding of their own history in their own identity was very warped by living on that you know a totalitarian system and then a pretty authoritarian system for a long time former east German activists seek birch after Vietnam vans and a policeman I know we have massive problems but I don't want anything from back in the days of these Germany nothing at all to make a million people under arms one shot was fired in nineteen eighty nine yeah we destroy the dictatorship he and culture minister group Sherrin amazement that in an environment that had been so militarized the events of November nineteen eighty nine played out peacefully that's why we are a little bit fraud in our terrible history to have these please for moments as well history that York winger points out as seen Germany reinvents itself four times in just a hundred years in Germany when from monarchy to fail to mark Chrissy to fascism and communism and a successful democracy I don't know how many countries have been through so much change you've been listening to thirty years after the fall the legacy of the Berlin Wall I'm Chas Henry reporting from Berlin special thanks to producers past Piper and John Stoll nous its production supervisor Kevin Delaney are executive producers parts Tessler and this is west would one new make.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Why this former Baywatch actor David Hasselhoff pop up in conversations about the Berlin Wall because of this German photographer Daniel biscuit says Hasselhoff song looking for freedom was in early nineteen eighty nine hit on both sides of the wall but resonated particularly in the east the song was about the freedom that they believe in freedom and that was kind of symbol of both of the song of the wall fell in November nineteen eighty nine a few weeks later at new year's celebrations there was David Hasselhoff David what do you want to come exactly near to the run okay what do you the four freedoms and it was the dream of former east German activists ciber chapter says the song was encouraging but don't give it too much credit he had only if it has the hopeful if Ronald Reagan didn't tear down the wall there was a David Hasselhoff nor me it was the citizens of these Germany with their protest so thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall what we know now that might not have been evident then completely changed the geography of Europe right by having a United Germany the nation says Georgetown university's Angela stent now the economic and political power house of the European Union effect ricocheted into Russia to stands touches on that in her new book Putin's world German unification of the fall of the wall precipitated a series of other events in Eastern Europe which port the down fall of the Soviet bloc and ultimately I think contributed to what's the collapse of the Soviet Union itself Germany's culture minister Monica creatures told me the U. S. and then president George H. W. bush played a key role in encouraging the two Germanies to reunite was was not to me to not make is that John bush who said okay I would support this process and with two ideas of the constitution of America into our constitution and then we also the German from is Germany may you buy a tape join our constitution and not make two different ones beside it are they and then they said yeah so called three kids reunification former east German Jakob Teala uses the term so called because rather than merging to equal nations re unification was achieved by incorporating five east German states into what had been West Germany thirty years out economic conditions in those eastern states still lag behind those in the west again your concealer says some frustration of the people have no or the work center is low and then we have a lot of resurgence Angelus standing knowledge is the continuing economic disparities but suggests an additional because of growing anti democracy anti immigrant sentiment in eastern Germany the eastern part of Germany never confronted really what happened during the **** period the communists then came in their understanding of their own history in their own identity was very warped by living on that you know a totalitarian system and then a pretty authoritarian system for a long time former east German activists seek birch after Vietnam vans and a policeman I know we have massive problems but I don't want anything from back in the days of these Germany nothing at all to make a million people under arms one shot was fired in nineteen eighty nine we destroyed the dictatorship he and culture minister group Sherrin amazement that in an environment that had been so militarized the events of November nineteen eighty nine played out peacefully that's why we are a little bit fraud in our terrible history to have these please for moments as well history that York winger points out a scene Germany reinvent itself four times in just a hundred years in Germany when from monarchy to fail to Marcy to fascism and communism and a successful democracy I don't know how many countries have been through so much change you've been listening to thirty years after the fall the legacy of the Berlin Wall I'm Chas Henry reporting from Berlin special thanks to producers past Piper and John Stoll nous its production supervisor Kevin Delaney our executive producer.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Strongest longest men in the world will take on history's most imaginary weeks of straight were pulling the vital up on hill who wanted to take on the carousel left that Paul Anderson did Ed Sullivan Show. They'll challenge each other. We mess something up. We it should be crippled to prove. I do not want to get hurt okay. I felt they caught him about strongest men in history a new series premieres wasting light tempted ten history. This whole thing reminds me of the Glory Lori Days of E._S._p._N.. Television when they did world's strongest man and you had bag magnus van magnets out there doing things like that. What do you like here? Is You like it or no absolutely finally found a sport where you can compare eras favorably there you go. They all look the same. These guys are all terrified and tree all SI si very very very tree police. If you WANNA prove your strongest man in the world you gotta come down to Miami here comes onto Miami and pick up my son see how it was going to no not that go on and pick him up. Pick pick this up tonight on history battle of the Ini supercars with David Hasselhoff. Oh my time bobby. Do you remember that show nightrider. Do you remember the show no really okay very good way to sell it but let's check in with David Hasselhoff ready for a rate so big in deserves training Yvonne Taj Arrogance driving the hall and Dirk Benedict Ultimate superheroes..

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You mentioned the misogyny of the rest of the world for all the problems America has there. It is ahead of a lot of the world. Is this US team because it's so powerful strong women in so many ways with opinions, is it mash internationally viewed as divisive? Well, that's such a remarkable question. Yeah. I love America, always long to live here as a kid, I moved to I became American lost year. The American scene to me all remarkable, and joyous. You americans. You'd love your winners in two ways done. You know they you love your dream team. You nineteen ninety Olympic team who smash angle Charles Barkley, don't king on them, kind of hapless opponent. And then I'll bring him in the side of the heads. The good measure, or you're like a miracle on ice, you're scrappy, who could believe. Oh my God. America did it against the old this team always been more like the dream team, the nineteen nineteen kind of glory, and it remains to be seen. They this will cut. It's been very confusing to the women. They went all they are in a equality Lewis against everyone sporting federation, who they sued because they believe that the, the US. Soccer is favoring than men's team now making in that in that mindset from the goal of the men despite like Lori despite that big tree, despite the money that, that bringing in, they started this woke up like my Shing Thailand smashing Toyland thirty nil. I felt great at the time. But the only troops was Toyland a puppy in saying that is a disrespecting pub teams they senior they barely play. It was a miracle even to this World Cup. I know my still too much confidence for this American, and they needed some adverse to say, like Mike Tyson says, you know, even till you get punched in the mouth, have you everybody's gotta plan until they get punched in them out. We don't know if the team can face up to the versus either terminally confronted which is a little bit confusing for them. And yes, they and they always are the world, the thirty nil celebrating every goals as if it was a two one to create the definitely at this time. Most of the Europeans mind on the French, the Germans the English in the past they used to fair, this American team who are more powerful the more athletic than they are desperate to take down this American team. And the French team you know, they'll be motivated, we gave them Jerry Lewis. We gave him David Hasselhoff, we gave them what the L and then they'll be looking for some payback that I have how close is France to being as good as the American team. Hard to tell they have got some deliriously good football as the best club team in the world is in Leon, whether just had much to coaching than the American coaches can provide. So that talent level is extremely high. Look, I love America America, my mind still presented the best individuals as a football team, this American football team if it plays as a true collective will win this game, the self the noon three o'clock the French step playing who the pressure of the men having won the World Cup. They won't be the first to hold the men's World Cup on the women's will Cup psychologically. It's incredible pressure on the French sporting wise. Do have a, a beautiful, how bad say a fool Moore, Englishman to chicken the pressure, but they American team. Got so much going on. They have to beat their opponents. They took smashmouth so the expectations. Hi. They have there's a jersey Alex Morgan made which is USA versus everybody. And it really has become this team against everybody play never opponent that fighting the equality debate this week. The president is going volt in terms of some of the, the political manifestations of what they stunned full, and they thing that can beat the American team is themselves if that focused on the game if they absolutely focused on the game they will win. But if the destruction of the failed are still fun to mind. They will be obsolete over welcomed, and they'll go down which will be terrible for the future of the women's game in this country, England and Germany how challenging would they be compared to France? Are we watching today? Are we watching, what feels like the championship game?.

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"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"david hasselhoff" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Joe pags show for your Wednesday. Right. Little my interview with Mark Cuban that Mark Cuban owner, the Dallas Mavericks, also entre. Noor who's ails dozens of businesses. He's a multi-billionaire had broadcast dot com star things out. You see on shark tank talking about Dallas Mavericks, and more specifically Dirk Nowitzki having his last game. He just talked about how nicest Burs we're here in San Antonio. In wishing a great farewell just incredible career. And he's talking about when it was time to take Dirk out of a game for the last time. Dirk. Where it a timeout. Somebody comes on. And we'll just end up his own somebody give up. And so that last time out, that's got to be is that his eyes tear up. Special. My favorite was always Dirk against him. I just thought that was a great match up and it really, really played off of each other very well. I'm guessing of Lewis for guessing the friends at least at least great mutual respect the deadly both Tim will tell you the toughest series that the toughest series either has ever played it was the two thousand six series of that. We want were we were down in the fourth quarter of of, of gained seven at modern style. Dirk free throws to tie the game. We went out to win. I remember just it was like a championship battle knock each other out five times easily the best basketball series of ever seen my favorite Dirk story. It's more cumin Cuban dot com. Also go and follow him, all the social media, of course, we watch you every single Sunday on shark tank. Third story was he was telling somebody that the way he calmed down at the free throw line was he would sing David Hasselhoff songs too. A huge star in Germany singing. Yup. And never let that down to this. The crazier part was David Hasselhoff, started Email, telling me stories of you know how on the bath. That one that he was drinking with style. Great. Oh, David a little bit. So. It's amazing story. I wonder if he did that throws entire career guessing he did. I don't know. It's Mark Cuban. Of course you know that Mark Cuban shark tank comes around the offered to you are you hesitant or you just jump right on it. I wanted to do it. They actually turned me down initially of then second sees brought me head as a guest Chartres, and I'm thinking to myself. Three episodes, grade shows not gonna last it started off on a Tuesday Thursday that Sunday to Friday yet. Three episodes of going to have fun. We'll see what happens thinking. It would be cancelled well taught fire by third sees full-time. It just took off there. It's starting to weeks. That's amazing. And we've watched every single episode which, which incredible is. I think you're a little bit more. Hesitant about making deals whereas early. Let's let's make some deals jump in there. But now, you sort of see what people are doing. And I think the first shark to notice this people show up just to get the TV time. Three percent for two million dollars or something stupid. But. That out right away. I would call gold diggers gender specific. Male female, whoever you're just in commercial, you're not here to get a deal. Those people just knowing all of us, and they don't realize that there's five of us, there's five they don't realize the pressure. You feel when you walk on the carpet, if we know they're trying to take advantage of this will tear apart. I'll tell you a little secret. The entrepreneurial is scamming us or really ticking off, or just being arrogant. We'll start cursing out. We'll just. Because it's all edited down. Go on for ninety minutes in real time down to ten twelve fourteen minutes, whatever it may be. But we know it. They don't. And so we'll start cursing their face drop nail. You don't really really sick. We, we have no idea watching, what I find interesting is I wonder what you think about this, because I think one of the big criticisms of how you do it. I'm not I'm not criticizing. But many do is that you say at twenty four seconds, making decision our awesome out. Took a met long to get there. It took them been emailing back and forth, ten twelve years, and Finally, I have you for another interview, so it takes work. It takes persistence. But you get in front of these five power players. You included you want to hear from all of them, don't you don't you? In a small way to yourself. Daming said, give me decision right now they're not gonna hear from our Cuban. That's not fair. Is it? I had the right to say something Dave said. Kidding me. Right. To have a chance for me. They could be or whatever and other try that, too. So all twenty six o'clock same was, you know. Again, because these deals go up. So backstory shark tank get there to start start shooting. Our first night in the morning. Deal after deal after deal to about seven thirty at night. At exhausted. So you gotta decide I want to go get dinner. Exactly right. And I don't blame you for doing it again. Getting Mark Cuban on your team is hugely important. You got four people there that you worked, you know, maybe five. The entrepreneurs to say you know what Mark knocking to do? These your deal. I'd rather talk to the other four. Once or twice. Twenty. You're right about that. And I think that usually is deal, you really wanna make you put the pressure on, right? Because you want to close it, and you're a great closer that makes sense to me, which incredible is use seem to, to sniff out the deal, right immediately. Right up front, either a minimum out. I can tell almost watching you now. Whether you're going to be around because of your body language, generally speaking, go out very quickly, but you always give good advice. How important is that to tell an entrepreneur, somebody who came up with an idea product is something at least leave have them. Leave their saying Mark Cuban at least gets what I was trying to lead on, really quick me because, you know, like you mentioned earlier their heart soles on the line. Not going to give them a deal. I've seen so many businesses worked with so many started so many. If I can get some experience the benefit of my experience, and, and get an idea that might help them going to do. And so even if I don't give them advice, congratulate him because like you said it takes a lot to get to that point on the carpet. It's not easy. They have to go through auditions fifty thousand people a year that audition to be on star starting and each season, two hundred twenty five so to go from one of fifty thousand to one two hundred twenty five that's a big step forward. So I always try to graduate them and it helps them. It is the Mark Cuban yes that Mark Cuban. We love having you on. I don't have a ton of time left, but eighty not jump into politics a little bit. Already because of how the interview is gone, and this has been great, by the way, my listeners viewers will give me a hard time for not arguing with you or something about politics. That's not my goal here. United actually argued on Twitter a little bit what we've actually going back and forth on Email, and that's cool. I think that's, that's refreshing. That's the American way what I know about is your entrepreneurial. You're a capitalist yet at one point, you said Hillary Clinton, maybe should think about you, as, as a running mate. Okay. Democrat misreported didn't hear you say it was reported that way. And believe you, you just kidding. No, I was like, look, if you wanna consider me with that, but really expected because right politician? You're not, but you're a really smart, dude. And I don't think that you align with Hillary Clinton on a lot of things, especially capitalism in. And I think that the fact that we should be proud of our country. No open borders globalism, although the global economy, is real, and of course, you're, you're one of the people out in front of that. Then recently it was, well, if I did run, it might be as independent. So didn't qualify yourself as a Republican democrat, nothing something in between what is it up fiercely independent, I really I look at each issue, independently and try not to be. Ideologue about it. To look at what information's available and trying to come up with the best decision conclusion that I can. And I don't look at it as this is the way it's always the done, and I'll say about a huge Trump fan. But what they get credit for, you know, we talk about being an entrepreneur, he, he's the only president history who's taken. An entrepreneurial approach to the White House. The one thing I always tell entrepreneurs is if, if you look at something, and it's being done the same way forever. It's probably right, for disruption Trump's credit when you see something that's been done the same way forever. He looks at it recognizes this ripe for disruption twenty does getting credit for trying to take to, to look at it with a new set of eyes. I think this is a compliment isn't he the Mark Cuban of politics because, honestly, he got to the White House and said, screw it. I'm gonna do it anyway. I wanna do it and I'm going to do it the way, I think is going to get us to the end goal and his goals as you said, you might not agree with happened to, but his goals are in a box to that. Box, somehow Donald Trump. That's what you do in basketball. Right. Or in business, isn't it? No, there's one big difference a vision for something. He might have a goal, but he typically depended on somebody else to, to help them execute on those things. And so, in my particular case, if you wanna talk about any topic to in, and learn what I can about the topic carried forward on my own. Art would rather just put a team around and hope the team works and says, you know what whatever the topic of the day again, and learn everything I possibly can about it. So just like we talked about helping entrepreneurs by Alfred the benefit of my experience. That's not that's not the approach that Donald Trump takes. Let's look like any president does going to be things. I like the things I dislike what was in? I set beatings in the Oval Office, horrible. The SEC was or things. I agree with the disagree with without Trump. It's just the nature of the job. Have you talked to him since he's been president? Does he leaned on you at all in your business this country talked briefly, but he doesn't call me for anything for anything? Should be honest with you. I think you should. I mean you're obviously a guy who's out there every day. Get it done. And, and the moves that he's made tax wise, and what to do another interview to talk about taxes and all that stuff and get into the nitty gritty taxwise that is that it's allowed business owners like you to hire more expand more do more research and development..

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He's 'Hoff' the market! David Hasselhoff gets married for the third time

Donna and Steve

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

He's 'Hoff' the market! David Hasselhoff gets married for the third time

"Date for won't you You be my neighbor has yet to be announced I. Can't wait I feel like I cheated the system, here, win, I don't even have enough. Netflix There it's on public television I don't. Even eat table it's right there Love, this I can't wait and David Hasselhoff tied the, knot with his fiancee Haley Roberts, in a small ceremony and Keila Italy wedding attendees included Hasselhoff. Two daughters. Taylor and Haley as well as other friends and family hassle hyphen Roberts I got engaged in two thousand sixteen, when he popped the question while enjoying picnic and Malibu. Hasselhoff third marriage? He was previously married? To Pamela Bach and. Catherine pickling does this one. Do we know No word on the age.

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