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"disney channel" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

05:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"disney channel" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

"So I might want to just be a little bit careful of my lyrics say. And I have a lot of nieces and little nephews that love to listen to the music. I mean, that doesn't mean I'm going mister Disney Channel artist or anything like that. I'm still going to stay true to the music that I like, but, you know, I also keep in mind, you know, do I want to be having Thanksgiving dinner with my mother in law? Hey, so Derrick, what is this lyric mean? You know, it's kind of like, you know? So it's just being more conscientious about what I put out there as an artist and what I want to communicate and get across to people and what that audience is. So just being more conscientious, I guess, without again affecting my artistry and who I am and everything. It's a little bit different. But yeah, it's definitely a factor. Thank you, Derek. And along the whole idea of music and stuff with your creative process, just describe, especially with a hundred proof. With this album. Talk a little about how you approach an album and you know, for me, you know, it's cool to see like my youngest plays of saxophone, my daughter, I think my oldest one, she kind of dabbled on the keyboard and stuff like that. And that's what the only thing I musical instrument was like a turntables back in the day. Like my wife played piano and all of those good stuff and I think she played trumpet back in school way back when, but there you go. When I get a regular chance to talk to creative people like yourself, especially musicians. I love how each road to a song or an album. Point a to point B, it totally different paths for every artist, right? Right. So I'm going to explain like your creative process and how you approach an album and you kind of like think like, all right, I have to make an album or you make a couple songs and like, you know what, I think this can turn into an album. Yeah, so just to really quick, my daughter plays the piano every day. Every day I sit her down back there right here and she sits and she's playing, so I have a faith that big people food playing music. This is all done, man. I love to get in there. No, you know, it's funny. This album has always been something I wanted to do. And I had released singles in the past when I always say, I'm going to do an EP and that was kind of a plan and it just kind of life gets in the way. Just didn't feel right. And really to be honest with you, this whole thing didn't come out of nowhere but it came out of nowhere. I had a buddy of mine and he said, hey, I've got this song. I want you to sing on it. And I had songs, you know, song banks of plenty of songs..

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"disney channel" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

02:22 min | Last month

"disney channel" Discussed on ICYMI

"Yeah. What a shocker. You're not gonna get a blog post out of that one. You know, there's nothing. There's no news story there. But I think as someone who loves performance and loves to watch, especially actresses and women talk about their lives, their experiences, I did find it interesting to sort of get her to see her talk about Shia LaBeouf was interested. Even if she wasn't saying anything, that was particularly compelling. Chris, this was great. Thank you so much for joining us today on the show. Oh my God, thank you for having me. This was a dream. This is so fun. Once again, that was Chris Murphy. He is a staff writer at Vanity Fair and we will make sure we link to his delightful profile of the one the only Christy Carlson Romano in the show notes. Okay, that is the show. We will be back in your feed on Saturday, so definitely subscribe. It's free. Please leave a rating and review an Apple podcast, tell your Friends about us. Mention us in your Facebook groups. You can also tell us which one of us who liked the best on Twitter, and I see why my underscore pod, which is also where it can be much your questions. And as always, you can drop us a note.

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"disney channel" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:26 min | Last month

"disney channel" Discussed on ICYMI

"To be there with her. But it came with a lot of bumps along the road on a lot of disappointments and heartbreaks and, you know, not getting things, which is an experience that I certainly don't like. I don't like to not get things. So I do think empathy and the little like you can take the child out of the star, you can't take the child. At the end of the day, she's still, you know, had that experience and is that person. And there was a little like how real can this even get when you're talking to a person who's upbringing was sort of completely unreal, at least in regards to what I think of as reality. And I will say we did get we got somewhere. That's sort of where I landed too. Rachel you? I did go into the entire romantics being like, why is she doing so much clickbait? What's going on here? I mean, I love men, so I was going to support it anyway. But then I read your piece and I was like, oh, it's not just mess. It's a bit just a bit of mess, but it's compelling. And at the core of the mess, is something that I can empathize with. Which is my favorite kind of mess. One thing I do think we should talk about as we're talking about Chrissy carls and Romano is that a lot of child stars, former child stars aren't able to thrive as adults because of the very nature of the childhoods that they lived. Exactly. Because of the nature of the child they had, and because of the nature of celebrity and entertainment, in general, you know, it choose you up and it spits you out. And that's sort of like Chris Carl's Vermont was saying happened to her. And that's why I think she's really enjoying and reveling. And I'm actually really happy for her that she's having this moment in the sun again, because I think she thought she would spit out and never to return again by the industry. And that's in our new found age of content creation. We're the directors and the writers and the camera people in the sound people. You can make yourself relevant again if you're willing to go there. So we have these videos from Christie, which are sort of extremely ridiculous, where she doesn't deliver anything. And those are some of the more clickbaity ones, but the videos I find actually very compelling are the ones where she does have heft to what she's saying when she talks about like, I have been sober for 5 years. Here's what alcohol did to my life or I was a really wealthy child star and I have no financial literacy at 18 and I blew a $1 million in a year. Yeah, or the one where psychic scans are out of $60,000. Because that is a real thing. Internals the line. That's sort of in between, but I did also find that one fascinating as well. It's funny that you mentioned the sobriety one because that came out the day before we chatted. So we did talk about that one a lot. And it is real, and it is, it does sort of get into her experience, leaving Hollywood, starting at Barnard, feeling sort of out of place away from Hollywood, but not wanting to be there. And whatnot, and she does have emotional. She is, you know, a smart woman who has the power and the she's willing to go there with herself. And when there's a place to go, she's willing to go there. And with her sobriety journey, that's a real road that she's traveled that she's still walking down. Does she sometimes walk down roads that really there's no path? They're like, Britney, and Hathaway. And with Katy Perry, of course. But the weird, the interesting thing, and I think the reason why I think a lot of us keep clicking is because sometimes show really lay it all out on the line and say, yeah, I absolutely struggled with alcohol addiction as a person leaving the industry and making my way through New York as a college student. Yeah, I absolutely made all this money and had no idea what to do with it. I will say for every video that's like clickbait, here are my random musings on bernese beers. There is something that actually delivers on the promise of the title, I would say. I do find it interesting also that she still to this day is shilling for the Disney corporation, like she loves the mouse. She wants to go back to the mouse. Every time she scooch is right up to that line where you think, oh, are you gonna say something like grating and bad about your childhood in the Disney corporation and then she's like, but I still love Disney. This is great. She loves the mouse house. She wants to be back in that house. She wants to be back in that mouse house. And I do think she's not alone in that. Some of these other girls, Selena and Miley, they have sort of spoken out against the mouse house and a more visceral ways, but they always end up walking it back in one way or another, which I think is interesting that says something about Disney corporation and overlords, which I do think is more conditioning of being a child star. Like truly, we sort of laugh at these videos right? These clickbaity by 9 11 story Katy Perry stole my record career like, that's very funny and easy to mock, but when you're ten years old and you know, your income is like paying your families, mortgage and get being on good terms with Disney execs is like, what's gonna set you up for the rest of your life? You can't unwind that is hard work, if not impossible. If not impossible. And I do think she does have a lot of love for that. I mean, it is her literal life, that was her whole life, right? Was Disney and these corporations. And I do feel like she I will say I do feel that she feels that she was treated fairly by Disney. She actually went on a longer tangent that sort of made it a little bit into the profile about how Nickelodeon did not treat its actors in its child stars as well as Disney. They did not. They took advantage of them. They hired non union. There was not sort of the infrastructure there to protect child stars. She insinuated about Nickelodeon as opposed to Disney. And I do think that she is nostalgic as many of us. I'm nostalgic for my theater camp. I can't imagine how nostalgic I would be if I were a literal Disney Channel star and how much part of me would want to go back there. So I think that's a very human emotion and a very human impulse. And I also think there is not to bring up a whole other thing. There's money in the banana stand, you know? Disney is rebooting and doing Raven's home, right? And we talked a little bit about that. And so now we're even getting a second chance and people reboots and nostalgia and repackaging and even just making the same thing over and over again is 87% of culture right now. And I think she would like to cash in on that. I also will say I'm not to be like, I'm proud of us, but I do think it's interesting and it's great that we've gone through, we talk so much about her without once really saying the name Shia LaBeouf and even mentioning that I think we're probably her first big video or first big YouTube video. I think that really hit was like, why I don't speak to Shia LaBeouf. And honestly, I think we were all curious about that. I think that is something that we all wanted to know, just given how high he saw and how quickly and deeply he fell. So I think that's an interesting aspect to it. And it's also these are things that she did not have to share. She doesn't have to share and she's just like opening her book of secrets in the way. And letting out the secrets when she has them to let out. It's like comes there at the page as children. Cynically, that one's like such an obvious secret secret quote unquote. The woman has not actually spilled any tea. At all. Not a hot tea, not ice tea, not a tea bag in sight. I mean, being on the record as Shia and I didn't get along and we don't talk now. It's like, ah, yes..

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"disney channel" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

04:45 min | Last month

"disney channel" Discussed on ICYMI

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"disney channel" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

03:31 min | 3 months ago

"disney channel" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"We were not consciously not like taking part in those parties or we were not invited because we were nerds But yeah well. And i do want to. I do want to track baton. Just like two seconds hell. Yeah and when you were then talking about When you were talking about some of the The montages. I thought we didn't hit on the spears montage. No no end on this. Let's talk about this last. Yeah let's do it. But like i think that there's something to your take about the scene. The guns where like the three schemes. When i was the most like yeah. This kind of rules is the scene with the guns. The the britney spears montage would they are just like when they are just absolutely when they're just they're just going and robbing people when they're going in robbing all these spring when they're just like putting guns in their face breaking in being violent and then the final scene when they're like when they're going to the compound and liquidate kill alien and they like to. I'm kind of like. I've come up with this like in terms of like an aesthetic like okay. I am fighting with this. I'm digging this kind of on. I'm like i'm like oh cool like it's it's fun to see you know these violent like these ultraviolet scarface murder fantasies. Like with like you know with with young women who were from the disney channel. Fine and it. It strikes me that you have mentioned several times. Had these scenes are scary. Yes so scary. And i think that. That's why the movies and i think they're pretty cool are kind of cool. I think they're pretty cool. Which is why. I think that the movie is which also. I think the movie is pretty good. But also i think we as wickedly uneven. I mean like like. I love movies. That's why i do the show but it's just like it is one of those things were like when you go an entire lifetime. Seeing you know seeing all of these crime movies like you know idolizing you know like tough strong criminal crime men with their guns like doing whatever it takes to hustle. And by you know. I i am. It's one of those things where i am used to seeing that as an idea cannot so it's kind of fun. Yeah and i know that it's like it's not that clean. It's not know. Lean but like i am kind of like kind of like you ask came. Go off yeah yeah. They're all girl bosses s i. I do think it's important that the fantasy of that sells at least some times. You know because you can't like my argument is that it's about the these things being hollow and being like did you know these gilded images but you know unless it looks unless it looks gold. You can't really say that. The ira is gilded I i would like to end my last thought. Which i i just thought. I can't believe this is like one of the reasons. I wanted to do this because i wanted to. Share my one of my experiences from watching this the first time with you. Which was that when. I go back to like aliens house. And he's like showing them all his stuff. I was j-. I literally out loud. Said like my god. I bet this guy owns like five copies of scarface and then fuck in what's true..

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Singer Olivia Rodrigo Works With White House on Vaccine Ads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Singer Olivia Rodrigo Works With White House on Vaccine Ads

"Singer actor Olivia Rodrigo has paid a visit to the White House as part of a campaign to encourage covert nineteen vaccinations for young people I marches are a letter with the latest forever living abroad Rego has the top album in the country with sour and has hit shows on the Disney Channel she's using that star power to get young people vaccinated against covert nineteen Rodrigo is working with president Joe Biden and medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci to make videos aimed at educating young people about the vaccine it's important to have conversations with friends and family members and coaching all communities to get vaccinated and actually get to vaccination site which you can do more easily than ever before given how many sites we have and how easy it is to find them abaxis stock up

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Kyle Massey Charged With Felony for Immoral Communication With Minor

Richard Eeds

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Kyle Massey Charged With Felony for Immoral Communication With Minor

"Former Disney Channel star Kyle Massey is being charged with a felony for allegedly sending pornographic material to a 13 year old girl. TMZ reports The Korean, the House actor. Has been charged with one count of communication with a minor for immoral purposes mess. He was scheduled to appear for his arraignment yesterday at a court in Washington State, but he failed to

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"disney channel" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:41 min | 6 months ago

"disney channel" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Ellison. What an honor and privilege to meet you to talk to you and to hear you a nasal story so part cost today. Thank you so much. It's truly mutual and honored to be here as well thank you. I'm a great fan of yours. I watched you in. You're a little girl and in movies you've done and you've got such a phenomenal story. Would you mind share you story with the audience. Yes sure. I began working in entertainment at six years old and it was a fulltime job. You could say. It was a combination of training and learning about the craft also embarking on the industry side of things so meeting with agencies and having representatives and going on these auditions and it was a very reoccupying all consuming endeavor that ended up up rooting my entire family from ohio. All the way to the other side of the country to las angeles. And you know there's a mixed way of interpreting this because in many ways i was very very fortunate to have experienced quite a significant amount of success. Early on you could call it. Beginner's luck you could call it really great mentorship from my teachers. But there's also the flip side. Which is the psychological impact the developmental impact when you're removed from normal socialization. And when you're no longer in academic settings and you're you're learning a lot of different patterns that deeply embed themselves and and and give you a sense of reality that's quite skewed from the quote unquote normal. So it's been a multi layered experience but it's the story that i have to work with so here. We are turning turning everything we can into something purposeful. I love it and you've become a huge mental health advocate and just before we began. You made a very interesting comments about helping others in two different states one way you still proceeding through and one way you sort of proceed through now you moving into that other side. Can you talk about this. Because i found it really stinks. Yes as i'm meeting with a lot of different folks in the space were discussing the advocacy at hand for child actors child performers in terms of labor laws in terms of mental health practitioners on sets etc etc. I'm noticing that of course everyone is at different stages of their own healing and process. And you know some like to bring their pain into their advocacy because it's it's the passion it's the spark it's the fire that that really keeps them going

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Former Disney Channel Star Alyson Stoner on Mental Health Struggles

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:41 min | 6 months ago

Former Disney Channel Star Alyson Stoner on Mental Health Struggles

"Ellison. What an honor and privilege to meet you to talk to you and to hear you a nasal story so part cost today. Thank you so much. It's truly mutual and honored to be here as well thank you. I'm a great fan of yours. I watched you in. You're a little girl and in movies you've done and you've got such a phenomenal story. Would you mind share you story with the audience. Yes sure. I began working in entertainment at six years old and it was a fulltime job. You could say. It was a combination of training and learning about the craft also embarking on the industry side of things so meeting with agencies and having representatives and going on these auditions and it was a very reoccupying all consuming endeavor that ended up up rooting my entire family from ohio. All the way to the other side of the country to las angeles. And you know there's a mixed way of interpreting this because in many ways i was very very fortunate to have experienced quite a significant amount of success. Early on you could call it. Beginner's luck you could call it really great mentorship from my teachers. But there's also the flip side. Which is the psychological impact the developmental impact when you're removed from normal socialization. And when you're no longer in academic settings and you're you're learning a lot of different patterns that deeply embed themselves and and and give you a sense of reality that's quite skewed from the quote unquote normal. So it's been a multi layered experience but it's the story that i have to work with so here. We are turning turning everything we can into something purposeful. I love it and you've become a huge mental health advocate and just before we began. You made a very interesting comments about helping others in two different states one way you still proceeding through and one way you sort of proceed through now you moving into that other side. Can you talk about this. Because i found it really stinks. Yes as i'm meeting with a lot of different folks in the space were discussing the advocacy at hand for child actors child performers in terms of labor laws in terms of mental health practitioners on sets etc etc. I'm noticing that of course everyone is at different stages of their own healing and process. And you know some like to bring their pain into their advocacy because it's it's the passion it's the spark it's the fire that that really keeps them going

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Women Empowerment With Debra Martin Chase

Black Girl Nerds

01:52 min | 8 months ago

Women Empowerment With Debra Martin Chase

"Right and what And i'm also curious to seeking to be a player. Martin chase production was affiliated with disney. Twenty sixteen. i believe that's right. What you own kind of walk us through. What is that like just thinking about like when you're looking at the critics when you're moving like i am and you're seeing the that you have this black girl majett Talented woman behind the scenes and she has not production following these major project. What is that like for you to have that opportunity for yourself to create your own production company so yes with the cheetah girls. I originally Sold to girls to the disney channel television series and with the same writer. Allison taylor ultimate writer and win We finished the script. International the international divisions of the disney channel had to sign off on on new television series. And win it was sent to ram. They were like well. We can't sell this because these girls aren't real. Nobody's gonna believe that. These black and latino girls in new york city are living on park avenue and live this fancy and i was so pissed off the Point show to show that people live different. Lives and you know that. These girls have big dreams and aspirations and gary mars to credit who was head of the disney channel. Bend in now at warwick president said look i. I don't control the series totally. But i do control movies in a. We'd we configure this as a movie. I can i. Can you know make that happen. And so we did and he and he did and then in success we were able to do ops into more movies in the franchise.

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Kyra Sedgwick: Empty Nest, Barn Full Of Goats

Ask Me Another

06:14 min | 10 months ago

Kyra Sedgwick: Empty Nest, Barn Full Of Goats

"Our first. Two guests are writers for late. Night with seth meyers and you may know them from other places. Ben warheit played an awful wall street. Guy in the joaquin. Phoenix movie joker. Jeff rate is known for making hilarious online video sketches where he plays all the characters ben. Jeff hello go Jeff you make all these amazing videos on tiktok and instagram i. I don't know how many you've made over the years. I don't know if you keep track i. I've made a lot of videos and a lot of bad videos. Only post the good stuff. Only really. there's there is a a pile a pile of all. That's the real talent. I think knowing what not to post the talent. That's a good point Better that way before you entered obviously the writing for late nine. You're you're creating tons of content still in videos that you were in school. You're majored in neuroscience. Yeah yeah that's yeah. I i did like doing the research and but i found research to be really slow ultimately in a lab. And you're like asking one very very specific question that take several years to get a possible. Answer yeah in addition to having a background in science you also act. Including what am i ve favorite films because i found it. So chilling joker. Yeah favorite experience. Why was it your favorite. I felt like working on that. I was just learning a lot very very quickly. Like for instance. I wasn't supposed to be doing the stunt where i got killed spoiler alert. There was supposed to be a stunt double who got shot and falls and like it is falling on the concrete and crawling and blah. 'cause that's technically stunt. The stunt double shows up to set and he's wearing a different suit than i am and i think technically like you know they didn't know how they would. Maybe they would have to delay day or something like that That's huge amounts of money and inconvenience like you ruin the suits work. There was like a custom sued so it wasn't like they could just like men's warehouse. I was like i can do. This can fall and you know. Do the stunt. I was a child gymnast. Like i know how to do that stuff. Okay yeah i can feel. I just tested this day. I can still do it. Yeah okay then we just try doing. I'm running away from joaquin. And he's firing a gun at me. And i'm like they decided on the day of the like maybe you've already been shot in the like but once and what does that look like. I haven't liked prepped. Running with a bullet in my. But let's try try it and then after after walking comes in like empties the gun into the back of me and runs up the stairs and jed quiet. They'll be they'd yell cut. And then i'd get up and then me and todd and joaquin would go watch playback and be like we'll how did that look that look right. I don't think that's how you'd run if you had a bullet and you're like no i do. That's exactly how it is. And i and i was just felt like i was learning so lightning vast ultimately at the end of it. I felt like it really paid off. And like after i wrapped walking pulled me aside and said some really nice things to me. That was very encouraging awesome. He said hey man. I like the way you like it. I would like to offer you ten thousand dollars to shoot you for real sometime. All right we have a couple of great games for you. Are you ready. Ready to dive into some games. Jack ass excellent so. This first game is called real or fake hallmark original movie. We'll describe the plot of a made for tv hallmark original movie. And you just tell us if it's a real movie that actually exists or a fake one that we just made up all right. Jeff chasing leprechauns won. An american company. Wants to build a smelting plant outside as small. Irish village troubleshooter michael. Garrett is dispatched to help. He soon learns. The land is protected to ensure the safety of the leprechauns who were believed to live there. Enter sarah kavanagh a local pixie expert. Who teaches him about the mystical traditions of ireland and also about love. I've seen that on disney channel. That's a real movie. you see it. Yeah that's a real one actually seen that movie. I don't know if i've seen that movie. But i've seen two movies. That have best guys. I got it right all right then. Here's your here's your chance. All in having trouble paying her college. Tuition beth nolan gets a part time job at the casino and befriends dealer maureen who works there to pay off her. No good ex husband earls debts. Maureen teaches beth poker and when beth enters the world of competitive poker-playing she finds herself at the state championships up against none other than earl and the stakes are all in. It sounds good to me like i. It sounds honestly. It sounds airtight. Like but but you know. I'm an airtight. Maybe i'm playing the odds here. A little bit like maybe. Maybe i think in hallmark movies. They're not gonna take time to

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Demi Lovato to Star in NBC Comedy About Support Group for Food Issues

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Demi Lovato to Star in NBC Comedy About Support Group for Food Issues

"Lovato's coming to your television in a comedy like a sitcom she will sign on to be a actress and producer of a new show called Hungry, The show will be about it. A food issues Support group, A group of friends you belong to a food issues group and help each other as they look for love success and that one thing in the refrigerator that will make it all better. And this is kind of a little bit of a personal thing for Demi. She had an eating. She did. Yes. Oh, good that she's having some fun. Yeah, you know s Oh, she's a producer. And by the way, Scooter Braun is a producer on this, so I don't know if that's going to make a big thing with her and Taylor. Probably not. If it goes to Syriza's, they're gonna shoot a pilot. If it goes the serious Hungary will be the first regular TV show for Demi Lovato since she was on Disney Channel's Sonny with a chance almost 10 years ago

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"disney channel" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"disney channel" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Gotta live below. Really? Hi. Hi. Cario. Oh, good. Thank you yourself. Good. Um, I wanted to tell you why that song is so popular. Please do So I'm 26. So I kind of know some of this be used, but they're Disney Channel stars, and it's about her real life and her boyfriend's famous and they broke up and now she's with her. He's with another famous Disney channel are so everybody knows. Um, so there's like drama real life drama in the son Who's that? Who's the dude that she was with? Oh, I don't know their names. He's in the same showing them there in the high school, the musical the TV show or something, OK, All right. Well, that's very helpful. Are you feeling that song? Is it slap? Is it buns? Oh, yeah, I like it. OK, I'm Tom Googling a Livia Rodrigo ex boyfriend. So this is kind of this is like a modern day. Uh, am in in in M. G. K. So like people were waiting for the clap back like this Bitch Boys been running around town. He released a song called Lai Lai Line. Clear. Oh, damn mood will get all over this this feud tomorrow, but Joshua Bassett is who they're theorizing about. That is. Thank you very much. And thanks for being a 26 year old girl. Listen to our show. Hope you enjoy it. Absolutely. Thank you. Thank you. You gotta live below. Hey, Red John. Ball smell great. I agree. How did you go out alive? Go ethic bucks. You gotta live below. Hello. Drew is George Takei. How are you? I'm good. George Takei. How are you? Drew? Fantastic. You know, bride and I were speaking. And you know that I would be the best replacement for Alex Trebek. Huh? I could just picture you as Alex Trebek. Absolutely. You gotta live. Go ahead. Good..

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Why accessibility is having its moment in tech and Hollywood

The 3:59

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Why accessibility is having its moment in tech and Hollywood

"You took a look at how the issue accessibility has advanced this year. Time companies individuals and communities really begun embracing the need to be more diverse. What did you find. let's start with entertainment world. what did you find there. Yeah so the world of entertainment has been lagging because people with disabilities make up twenty six percent of the us adult population but there are only on screen less than three percent of the time. So there's already a huge issue there but slowly. It seems that. Hollywood is kind of waking up to this issue and we saw shows like romney on hulu start to you know that show has incorporated a disabled character from the start. Even disney channel's big city. Greens had american sign language representation so slowly shows are kind of starting to realize that. This is not a niche thing. This is something you can tell stories about people with disabilities that everyone will be interested in it. And so you see kind of more companies in more Movies on tv shows characters and also creators hind the scenes with disabilities. And what was the catalyst behind this. This dr there's obviously been a lot of a lot more recognition for the need for for beverage vote in more diverse look at portrayal of the world. But i don't know if there's any particular catalysts who point to the that's helped really sparked this change yet there definitely has been a lot of advocacy for s their groups like respectability which essentially works to make sure that they are diverse. In accurate portrayals of people with disabilities on screen. So they've kind of been constantly pushing for this but there's also a financial aspect to this as well so there was a twenty six twenty sixteen report by nielsen which said that consumers with disabilities in addition to their families friends and associates they make up a trillion dollar market segment. Trillion with a t. And so. that's that's massive and when you're hollywood You take note of that as does every industry and so you know when you realize the financial gain as well as the fact that this is just the right thing to do and people are becoming more vocal about it People will start to take notice. It takes time. But i think we're we're finally starting to get there yet so it's always interesting. How businesses framed this as an altruistic thing but really in the end it really takes money in a financial incentive to drive this. Come change right. Yeah absolutely i mean it. It's it's of the truth of our world but if something has financial gain than they are more likely to listen and so it becomes not only. This is the right thing to do but this is what smart for us to do as a company right so in terms of the organizations leading the charge. Here i mean if you could who are the folks that you've talked to. That have been really proactive about making sure. Accessibility community has a voice. And what are they saying about the progress being made yes. The the first one that i had mentioned was respectability which which honestly does incredible work with you know. They have labs where they allow creators with disabilities to kind of build up skills directing skills writing skills. Whatever it may be And also connections with people in the industry because connections are everything And so they're they're also starting to see that. This is something that is slowly starting to dawn on people in hollywood that okay. This is something that is necessary. This is not just a nice to have. This is needed. If you're going to represent america if you're going to represent the population of the world you have to include people with disabilities that includes not just people in roles that are portraying someone with a disability but just like a normal rule where somebody is a character that is part of the story like that that is necessary to notch. This token is character And then we also have the blacklist which has something called the disability list which it highlights on produced scripts that have at least one lead character with a disability. And so that's great as well and then there's also on the tech side of things or something called the tech disability project which essentially works to make sure that supports Yes ceo's and people who work in tech inhabit disability in kind of shines a light on people there as well

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Were about to get a big glimpse into Disney Pluss future

The 3:59

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Were about to get a big glimpse into Disney Pluss future

"Has been having a huge year and the company is poised hold investor meeting on thursday. To preview with the service will look like in twenty twenty one so joe. what are you expecting. Yeah we're gonna get pretty much the the layout of where disney plus goes from here. That could mean a number of things but surely it's going to mean that we get a better sense of what programming is going to be coming to disney. Plus next year as well as how i think disney is going to kind of officialize the role that disney plus plays only in the pandemic in these extraordinary circumstances but even after the pandemic when Things have whenever that may be when things go back to semi normal the role that streaming generally is gonna play four disney's entire operation. Everything that it touches on. That's a good because it seems like over this last year that they've been making some moves to really position busy plus as the core It's really the future for this company. Yeah you know. That's one of the kind of question marks that we're going to be answering not weather streaming is important disney because they've said that they're going to realign television programming infrastructure around the idea that streaming is the primary focus Disney of course. Everyone knows it for movies in the marvel movies and stars and for parks but it also owns. Abc broadcast network of course disney channels espn. So we know that streaming is going to become the central programming tenant of how it approaches the content that it creates but we don't know is whether disney plus is going to be there numero uno primary focus considering that they also have espn plus and hulu as other streaming services in addition to streaming service india. And so i think this event has also been answered. The questions do do they continue to have three services that operate separately in the us. Do they wrap them all into one. And have you know a giant. Do they make it into more closely net bundles. we really don't know how they're going to be. Approaching streaming given that they have three services and have said that stream is going to be such a high priority. Going forward gotten and this year saw the launch of peacock discovery plus. Hbo max and of course the dearly departed qube. How did how does he plus or stand above this crowded field because for me seem like it was one of the clear winners this year. Nobody came close to disney. Plus i mean no. That's not only in this past year when there have been when there's been such a frequency of new services launching like even any services launch before disney plus no service has had as explosive a rollout as ni plus has and. There's a lot of reasons for that. And we can get into it but really at this point disney plus it at about one year since its launch it hits seventy three million subscribers. Now that's still a far cry away from netflix. Which is you know head and shoulders way ahead of everybody. At almost two hundred million subscribers will ride but the things to keep in mind our disney got to seventy three million in one ear and they also did it when other services that have been rolling out. Got to maybe eight million got to In the case of Be did so poorly that they shuttered could be shuttered in like six months. Seven months It's not it's not like you show up and watch a streaming service and you're guaranteed to just you know attract wasps and parades of people. It's really hard to do but disney has compared to anybody else that's launched a new streaming service. It's done leagues better than any anybody any other. That has come before. Normally i mean a lot of that has to do with the mandalorian. The buzzer baby. Yoda starwood a general marble is. It's other big franchises. And we've yet to see any real real program yet. We will come january one vision in terms of this investor event. We can we expect to see more out of one vision as well. Some of these other big mar marvel products coming down the pike. Yeah i mean. We don't know exactly what they're going to be showing but you can expect that we're going to get some something about one of which is coming up on january fifteenth. It's going to be released on disney. Plus i'm sure they're gonna want to show off footage from that to get people excited about it. We might have questions answered about when the other marvel original series. These are the movies like these are the shows like one division that are tightly-knit within the marvel cinematic universe the same actors that play characters in the movies are playing those characters on the series. And we still don't know when the falcon and winter soldier show is going to be coming. We don't want no win. The low key shows coming. There's a hawkeye show coming. And then there's a whole slate that goes even beyond that that we don't have any details on so in terms of just specifically marvel. I'm sure we're going to get a lot of updates on that. Were the other big story in streaming last week. Was when hbo max came out and dropped the bomb said all its warnermedia films in twenty one films like suicide squad in dune will drop on the service. Same day as theorist It's endemic related. So they're extraordinary circumstance surrounded. What do you think that means the industry. And how do you think dizzy I think that disney probably already had a game plan in place about what they're gonna do for their gigantic big budget. Tentpole movies next year The question is whether or not they adapt that plan based on the fact that a week before what that plan was going to be announced this thursday no matter what and the question is one week before that event when hbo and warner brothers announced that not only will they be releasing all their all their movies next year on streaming also gonna make it free with no extra cost on each hbo. Max so you don't have to pay for example with disney plus the structure. They kind of set out that they might do. Is there milan. Release when the live action. Updates and milan couldn't really be released in theaters in the traditional blockbuster style way They released it on disney plus the same day that it wasn't theaters but they charged an extra thirty dollar fee in order to stream it so it was available what's known as day that's win streaming home video and theatrical release are at the same time it was available day and date but you had to pay a lot more money to get it what disney has said. And what did you see. Yo- hinted is that they've learned a lot from that milan release and they expect to give us. Give everyone an update. On what what. They called premier access. What that's gonna look like going forward. Will that mean that. They'll continue to stick with this thirty dollars. Price point will that mean that they've they're going to release only their biggest biggest biggest movies with an extra fee. Or are they gonna follow suit from. Hbo and just say hey. We're not gonna make you charge a fee at all. We're going to put it on disney plus for everyone to watch as soon as available. We just don't know exactly those details. But i'm sure we're going to get some clarity about what expect with all these movies. That people are really missing. That three dollar from along was announced stirred up a controversy. A lot of the gut reaction was. Why am i paying three dollars on top of this attraction fee. But they've actually talked about this. Maybe you know more. But we got an indication. Powell moulana actually did that was actually a blueprint for success or Dollar seated scare people. This i mean this question. Touches on one of the frustrating elements about movies like milan or like a marvel movie going to streaming. And that's you know we. It's a black box in a way it's not entirely blackbox. But it's not like when a movie is in theaters. Those box office reports. You know you can't fudge You can't lie about them and he can't keep them secret either like it's just like out there. People know if a movie tanked or movie was a smash success because it's we have those metrics but when something goes straight to streaming we don't know we don't really know except for what disney has told us and i haven't told us anything specific about how in london they've general things that tech companies from the tech world. They'd like to say like we're very pleased with the response and delighted customers and blah blah blah blah blah. But that doesn't really tell us what their expectations were and whether or not milan exceeded expectations or failed to reach them. Not any native nice for for this thursday event if they're tuning or they're looking forward to seeing a flood of trailers or sneak peeks into these upcoming shows any advice for them or or warning. These things tend to be more investor. Focus at what. what are you expecting. Or what can these folks expect. Yeah it'll definitely be. It's an investor day and if passed is any precedent than it'll be a very long presentation. Maybe not as long as i don't know we're used to apple presentations with gone for like what feels like four years so it's going to be a long presentation but there will be designed for an audience of analysts investors and press And so it's not meant to be a consumer events that said even though there will be an emphasis on things like projections for Subscriber growth and like you know what is it are words that like normal people don't care about at all this is disney like show business is their business and they know how to impress people.

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Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs

Talking Tech

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs

"Those new. Tv's on sale during the holidays are pretty amazing. Two hundred dollars two hundred twenty five dollars one hundred and fifty dollars some as low as ninety nine dollars. What's the catch folks. What's the catch will here. It is many of them use different software platforms that you really need to be up about before you make the purchase for instance. Would you like to watch. The sequel. To the wonder woman called wonder woman nineteen eighty-four that is debut on christmas day on streaming television in a few theaters. Why no. I'd like to see it. But if i go out and buy the new. Tcl roku branded tv. I can't watch wonder woman nineteen eighty-four because roku doesn't do business with hbo. Max the channel. That is running. Wonder woman on christmas day. Confused let me fill you in on the different platforms. Starting with roku they have a wonderful tv. These tcl td's that roku branded you don't have to buy a streaming stick everything is built in there's hundreds of channels everything but hbo. Max which is the new channel that debuted in may. It costs fifteen dollars a month. It gives you plus the warner brothers library films. Like wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the friends reunion. It's coming next year. Reruns of the fresh prince of bel air. Lots of really good stuff. Beyond that roku has disney plus it has peacock it has the roku channel which is ad-supported and shows everything from the hunger games movies to older. tv classics. Like bonanza roku is a great tv. But if you're gonna wanna see wonder woman you're going to need to buy an amazon fire stick streaming device for about twenty five dollars plug it in and watch wonder woman on hbo. Max on your tv. That's the workaround speaking of amazon fire. Tv addition amazon branded. Tv's are available from cigna. Which is the best. Buy house brand and toshiba. They're aimed at cord cutters the advantages that you don't have to buy a fire tv stick to get streaming since it's built into the set. The good news is amazon. Has disney channel and hbo max but it doesn't have nbc universals peacock which is another new channel. That debuted in july amazon promises voice control with these sets to direct the alexa personal assistant to turn on and off the tv and select channels for you but to do that. You need to enable the alexa skill in your app. Repressed the voice command on the remote control. Plus channel selection won't work with the cable box just antenna tv android google tv. While the google platform is best known on sets from sony. Tcl and high sense and they had the google assistant and chromecast streaming platform built in well in september. Google announced the new google tv with takes more. Google centered approach tv by offering personal suggestions to tv shows. It thinks you wanna watch. The suggestions come from google following your taste on google search and youtube us additionally google tv will enable you to run your smart home the google nest devices and use and use your google photos collection as a screensaver however google tv is currently only the the the twenty twenty fifty dollar chromecast streaming device. Google says it will come. The tv's from sony and other android partners in twenty twenty one with google no issue with hbo max or peacock. They got them. All finally ties in. That is the name for samsung's tb operating system and several new models. Answer to many including google assistant amazon's alexa and samsung's own bixby. Samsung has its own free channel. Which is similar to amazon's imdb and the roku channel called tv plus any resemblance to blow. Td is not accidental. Pluto runs the samsung channel under the samsung name questions about tv platforms. I'm here to help. I'd love to hear from you on twitter. Where match jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech.

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The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

The LEADx Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen

"And then that's why i'm voting for now that's a that's going to be like. What the heck did we say. We just missed that cold cut. Sean so i i mentioned were talking mainly for forbes. We're gonna take this audio. Put it out as a cast as well and I want everyone who's listening and stuff to to know that this is kind of interesting. I mean i was just decided. I'm going to watch a documentary. While i'm on my treadmill and so choose brand new recommended for me net flicks versus the world on amazon prime which reading from imdb the story of how a tiny broke silicon valley startup slew giants of the movie rental world warded off amazon and forced movie making and distribution into the digital age. And i was blown away by it. And i mean like who made this thing and then i said who shone coffin and i want to make sure i don't forget so i i learn a little bit about you from your website. Texas movie director dot com. I then started stalking you on twitter. Where you're handle is dude versus movie. And that's a dude. Vs movie and i reached out and said hey man. I'm a fan from a couple of angles a the netflix's story but also what it's like to be an indie moviemaker these days. Do you wanna talk and you were nice enough to say yes. So welcome to the cast. Thanks for chatting for forbes. Thanks for having me. I mean when you reached out. Like i've i've actually used twitter to reach out to people that watch the movie. So it's it's interesting to talk to people from like south. Africa are vancouver or across the pond in england. Because you know as a you know Independent moviemaker here in austin texas outside of hollywood itself. It's it's cool to have your work seen around the world expr- especially when it was a. It was a tough hill to climb so to speak to get the film ned. Well we'll get more into that in a second but so how. How did you get into the movie making business. What's your back when you look like a pretty young guy so to have something like you know out there like this seems pretty. Cool my Camera must be doing good things for me. 'cause i'm i'm thirty seven i have Four children and they definitely make me look tired. all the No so i I went to i. I went to college here in austin at university of texas to become the next you know mcconnell. Hey no no. I'm a texan. So i wanted to university of texas to get a film degree in the graduated I worked on a few independent films. Here in austin and then started working for tv on a show called room raiders. The basically someone would go through three different rooms in based on that they would decide who they went on a date with So yes oh. That show ended up getting canceled. But i moved out to la. And i did a celebrity interviews and red carpets for a platform call cannot lose which is a european station and i worked for the spanish version of that and so i was out there in hollywood for bed and and most most people in la will attest to this. Like you're not going to own a house in l. a. Unless like you're like a millionaire. You're hitting a big. We decided although i loved l. a. in i loved what i did out in la. I wanted to move back to texas. I could actually own a house tonight. And i ended up back out here but i always had the desire to kind of a make movies and like i said before having poor children young girls madeta girls In my wife having a successful career herself documentary as is what you can do. Is you could go fly somewhere for a week. Flight home to be with the family and everything so That's that's what i did in the first movie i worked on. There is a couple of guys making a trying to raise money to make a documentary about nickelodeon. And i grew up in that nickelodeon like i loading kid like. I didn't have the disney channel nickelodeon so it was definitely something that i was like. Well i'm used to interview in celebrities in such such like that. So i can jump onto this project and help them because Interviewing people for movies. Like tom cruise and will smith and everything. I knew the nickelodeon people weren't going to be above that level. So i was are used to working with a high profile tile talent so i came on there I helped shoot. I helped edit. And i helped produce and then at the end of that. I was looking on the next project i wanted to do in the book and i don't. I don't read a lot. Because i'm always jumping from show to show or working on different cell for spending time with my family but i read this book. That's called netflix. That epic battle for america's eyeballs which gina keating wrote. And it was. it was about netflixing their origin. That would be a great documentary. So i reach out turn. I was like hey. I'm starting my next documentary. I would love to interview you. She said why Actually started my documentary Maybe we should team up. And so that's how the the movie started.

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"disney channel" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"Taught like it's just. I don't know people really are leaning into the nostalgia by the Zoe. One on one thing is so weird because you're right it's a zoom call. It's like five members of the cast and then a bunch of Tiktok irs. That we have like we I okay through I saw Charlie. The. And I don't know about Canada. But like New England has has Dunkin donuts. Which is obviously huge and she has a signature drinking Dunkin donuts called the Charlie. So I was like you know coastal through through when they might order come basically an addict and it was like this is Charlie. This, girl I felt it was a moment of like being old the mcing the in the phase and I'm not even that old twenty three. So anything like my parents probably would expect me to know who this girl is. So I had asked my students as as you know who this like Charlie girl is an early. Yeah. She's famous dancer on Tiktok and like everyone knew her was like, Oh shit. She is like fully in the guys she I believe is still the most followed take talker in the world. There's another big talker that's really coming up the ranks like kind of. Almost. I don't know maybe might surpass her. Why did we invade these people? Who clearly like started his new channel when it was like shaking off? Dating get to experience and I was Nickelodeon for watch the nickelodeon equivalent trashy TV. Now, dating to Experience Zoe WanNa one from IRA want first episode of them decorating mural like do you have that moment in your life at rain because you don't deserve to be on that call when me and definitely out like hundred thousand people more like standards one they made it to on that call thousand percent and like data of a bone to pick with this because they are like a currently fourteen and fifteen and sixteen all these talkers and it's like where like they weren't even fucking born when half this shit was coming out. And like they don't care, it's just like a big opportunity or whatever. Zoom Call Give me like a movie. would. Actual enjoyable content. This is actually another bone I have sick, and this isn't exactly at along a lot of different kind of like. One hit wonders in terms of like you know they will be in they're pretty big star on it or people like them and don't come to me Mariah. Carey fans. But it's almost like if Kerry had no other hit on all I want for Christmas is you and every year she like rolled up and was like on which she does she has talented back it up. So it's like when Meredith, from the parent trap laid was huge on twitter for a bit all she referencing repair trout it's like look like you're funny. One joke one time is good but do not try to survive on this name and Jamie Lynn Spears where have you been for the last years of my light? You don't just go come on zoom they make money on my God that is such a good point and every single day, I? Swear. To God I, debate this with myself about like should they lean into it and lean out and Kelly from Laguna Beach Watch and I were talking about this about how most of the Laguna Beach Season One cast who are actually just posted the reunion like an hour ago. But why are they all of a sudden leaning back into like the one thing that made them famous, which is abundant these other people like even on Tiktok like all these nickelodeon stars in Disney channel stars are uniting for like. TIKTOK. Like there was Kim possible as kyle like a- Cory Cory. Pilots. Y. Brother, will. Yes exactly and then. The other girl from that. So Raven Chelsea but then I'm also like if that's not made you famous and as a person who like low key would also like to be famous like I would do the same. So I have this back and forth with myself like every day. I have no issue with people leaning into it because like generally I want you doing all Jerus- like I kind of get mad when back on like shrugs off as beautiful because it's like dude dudes you would not be close to who you are right now reverend musical own I hate when they come back and a half ass it. So like if you're going to do something like with only one reunion I, want that I. Am not okay with a wrong lear nothing. Later me on a little knows you're gonNA. Cry From Crime Degrom, carpenter crawl I want the giant block of cheese and I want it now, and if you hit us me once I don't eat again. So lean want to get your full effort and then we can run. And play lip service level shit because. Then there. Okay and then I wanNA come back with your years. Again the cast of Friends Gimme a full proper won't be million. Everybody will love it. It actually be good content that we can move on. Don't want to quick little soundbite that's on twitter few months, and then we talk about friends again that's a really good point and I didn't even think. About it in like marketing terms like if they just give it to us, does it just kind of go away whereas if they just lead us on, we talk about it forever but I think about the Gilmore Girls Reunion, which wasn't even that good or like the Netflix series or whatever like the actual content wasn't so good but. At least they like did a full some lake full on reboot and it wasn't something in half ass where six out of ten of the cast members are there and you're. Totally totally, I also thought girl meets world. The boy meets world spinoff speaking of Disney channel shows was another way that they did it really well, that's doing it right and I didn't want to boy these school Dan, but I, I would never into these worldwide girl needs world came on I was like look I appreciate the show for doing a comeback right I don't care if it's not what you wanted to be and that kind of I do appreciate. lizzy. McGuire like. You know. Sticking for what they believe in and saying nothing back doing this show this garbage I wanted to be proper show and I don't again I don't mind like I. Think early in Quarantine Miley Cyrus did like Instagram Live with Anne Marie Osmond maybe, and I don't again I. Don't mind that I don't mind when underground day I think scream live with the girl Jane. From victorious and they sang if the other because like you're not trying to. Be something. It's not it's like A. Church people up. We're going to move on after it and I appreciate that right like hyping something and just for the sake of being like remember yeah, I feel the exact same way what were some of your other favorite Disney Channel TV shows So I've been thinking about this and I can't remember with the first show on his channel I watch was the bottom even Stevens because I'm kind of. GASE dead. But I love the even Stevens movie because very survivor.

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"disney channel" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"And be like you did not just us. Happy Bo. Placement for peppermint MOCHA. because. Who loves it has even though I was like, oh Universal term. And then forty backpack with an x starbucks Barista and he didn't even know what she was talking about. So I claim victory. Yeah which is like honestly fair because I also tweeted at starbucks, the US APPS and Canadian twitter account and no one got the hawks. Trying to. ME. What the fuck are you talking about? So, as I mentioned before, there's been a lot of teen pop star News Justin Bieber and Arianna. Grenade just came out with two new songs. Have you listened to lonely and positions? Alone, only even when you're drunk. Friday Margaret word. It's very all and then I tried to play it again last week in the congress nick friend in the car and. Turn. And yes, I lifted position. About, like on my way to this morning, and then I listened to it again on my way home. Like, check that like nude again Oh my goodness. Okay lonely. With Justin Bieber like he also performed on snl it's He did a music video with Jacob Tremblay, fellow. Canadian. Like another child actor I literally have never heard of this before an angel fever was either only twitter in grandly thanking him for being a part of this journey and I was like. Oh that's wild. He was in that really famous like oscar-nominated video with. Movie with Brie Larson. God the marvel the new marvel. Yes. Yes. No. No. She was in a movie with Jacob Tremblay when g axe yes. He's an actor and movie I thought he was like you know like this generations like dance MOMS don't try old. They know chick from. Those ceus. Maddie Ziegler Bieber's version Oh my God that is so funny. No, he's like a well known actor. He attends all the red carpets and stuff because he was in. Really heavy movie with Brie Larson where he was kidnapped. With. Yeah. It's a song that like I really appreciated from Justin but like I won't listen to like on my own, it was good to watch the music video and like I think it's really him like up and his first time that he kind of apologized for being a deck for like those five years. The apologize though because he was like look I know I was like. I don't think you like actually being physically sick just like mentally wasn't in the right place. But then he was like nobody checked on me because I was in the pot life and I was lonely. Through kind of like. Bayer to not like he's shouldn't have to apologize for it, but it was Kinda like. Totally and it wasn't believable and it was just kind of like, okay like this is what celebs always do when they have like either like a Snafu or a ring of a streak of bad behavior but now. Now I feel with the release of this song it is like more. Vulnerable or like I just believe that he was struggling more which you shouldn't have to lake second guessing if someone is struggling as like a gross thing that I feel like people do a lot by. Celebrities holy people are always like, oh, they're just covering or big excuses for their bad behavior like I'm making excuses for my bad behavior all the time and nobody checked me on it. Yeah. Honestly me too. But I also liked it from like jumped in beavers inflated very introspective on the Economic Daily Johnston Beavers were to actually twenty fourteen out on our was called something. Sorry or love yourself though the very intro spectrum songs and that's where I believe. He constantly hits the mark. A don't like Justin Bieber's work when and this is such a dated references like eligible. Brennan let you go or does. The works where he's like trying to. Be a player in something you know how to phrase it. But I liked US navy ever on this of Song Arrangement than I do on his leg, more commercial pumps, and usually the commercial poppy stuff is like when he's being Dushi. I literally remember her and I think we're going down a long. As as just being you. I feel like when he was becoming famous and like super famous I was like he's never going to be one of those. Dushi popstars because of his upbringing and his Canadian roots and stuff like that, and then he was like awful but yeah, I'm just happy to. Him Back. Here's a to petty pieces on because there are some. One I hate when the phone get introduced and it's like Justin bieber fever featuring Benny. Belong. Like, do we really need to introduce like many Lanka League does he just create the background music I. Need like a twenty twenty, David Ghetto like just like is Justin Bieber song and then we can credit Benny Blanco them producing tracker if it win grammy. Produced early. It out now from the hill on the radio Like again, what did you do? The and then the other issue I have with it is like the background track isn't really there home it's very acoustic feeling, which is again why then Log Ocean Dick Credit for because you literally like did the bare fucking minimum and is getting credit I want credit what I do that other people get credit when they do that. I think that whoever is like in production here? Maybe it's like, scooter. Braun. Or whatever the group is, they also have Lincoln Affiliation With Amazing Ramsey the Walmart yodel child because when neighboring in the Yoda wing on..

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"disney channel" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"It's your story and who is ready to be petty welcome back to a brand new episode. Nick is here and we're going to talk all about how our favorite Disney channel era and I test nick on some Tory slang which I thought was really fun. I think that that was something that I was known for in like High School in Union just having like wild abbreviations and slang that people would want to. Just getting no one wanted to copy it but I feel like as I'm getting older it's just kind of like not used as much because I work like an office and stuff and I'm trying to be a professional. Fun To lean back into that as I've mentioned thousand trillion times and I, swear to God this is the last one is almost Two year anniversary I'm going to drop that episode on Halloween. If you have a favorite moment or bit or story that I've told on the podcast in the past two years, DM me and I will include it in this special clip show that I'm creating and if you don't know what a clip show is even though it's pretty self explanatory I'm basically just going to include some fun clips and discuss I dunno and reflect on them because you know this podcast is all about reflection. anyways, it's a really fun episode and without further do my conversation with Nick. And we're back with a very special guest. Nick is here nick. How are you? EXCITED TO BE BACK Kicked off the podcast Arango. Cheese last time dealing. Back sooner than deserved. I was also listening to your last few podcast because I've become like a podcast stand since the last time I was here. A Lot. The last podcast that listen to you had Laguna the odds and she only sixty thousand dollars. So you just got somebody big and I was like, here's my friend who has no credibility niggers. Blowing. Yes only Sergio gave way. Now all guests are created equal but no I know like I also was like, wow, this is like such a big score and then like I. No. But like I get it, it's like it's like, Oh, it's my friends that have like a couple of hundred followers up. But that's okay. Because ever brings something special to each podcast. Bringing no knowledge of the beach but as you. What we're talking about today. The I'm just to check in how have you been doing since we last recorded? So we're just talking about this news been so. It's been so short, but it's like it feels like it's been so long because that was like ended July early August in our in like the end of October. And hearing states like Kogas obviously spiking again and as a teacher like that's something that they constantly on my mind and. I would so sick and tired of being on zoom everyday. So my school of Bolt Remote and in person and I feel comfortable with it now over genuinely dislike. Exhausting. So it was like you know I need to take a step back from just like being involved with like the Internet. So I feel like I like ghost for like the entire month of August to get ready for school and as a social studies teacher and the election coming up in like less than two weeks. It's really exhausting. Everybody wants to. Talk to me about it, and I had to teach it to my students for like three hours of the day. So by the time, they go lunch with my Lake Ella teachers where I, come home and my friends are parents talk. I'm just like spent. And I know it's not something that we can afford to be like wanting to talk about but it's just like generating on every won't have to rehash like this again So very glad to be here today to talk about like non well yeah not important. It's like the highlight of my week I have to. Not. Alcoholic. Beverages. Owners. If not three thirty on Friday, and we're just here to JAT. Yes I'm so excited to go back to our first episode that we recorded together. Have you been listening to folklore more now that it's Kinda? Fall season. I i. think like at on in early September when I was Driving Louisville, you're listen to it a lot more obviously more outer pot county but at a much higher ratio even though we did the first time. But I have I've fallen off as of late and that kind of return to a all too. Well tillerson because. Always. Over that in the fall I'm kinda rediscovering. Her. Other they track they take into the first time so like Lover. I've been jammed into in even I think he's holding last kissed when she wrote about Joe Jonas because I didn't realize it was without him. But I think. You know it's still equally as great of an album but trying different obviously different music terrain, different types of terrain and I'm sure we'll come back to it soon. Enough. Totally Yeah I. Re-. Not that I didn't listen to it but I was like I'll revisit this in the fall because yeah, like I mentioned a million times on the podcast I was just too much and like a fun like bobby summer mood and yeah now I'm like depressed and living amongst leg literally the backdrop drop of her album. So yeah, I've been really listening to it a lot as. Listening to kind of even after the fact, now that I'm like a different head space believe enjoying a lot of songs like more negative first time we talked I can't be fulltime like corrupt on hoax bit actually by hoax. Now, I'm like this is actually pretty good album ending track and I don't know like a hot tape now orbits aged well in the vote attracted leagues obviously came out like unbeaten snapchat or something listen to sound like lakes to. A give me and seven zone and growing on me all tracks traffic still I on. Totally I do think we got a lot of flack for hating on hoax which is so ridiculous but. I still it's still not a top one for me. So I grew I grew and change don't hit on me. So today we're GONNA. Be Talking about a of like team pop star News. We got a request to talk about the Disney Channel and kind of some drama that's been going on there. So I'm very excited to do that. I really wanted to talk about like teenagers and like Gen Z. Just like living their lives right now because I'm constantly annoyed by them or all or scared I, don't know I haven't decided. What would you work within every day when I saw that we're GONNA be talking about James Years earlier yes I have. An expert on something. This is why I'm here. True. True. CanNot we get your insights and then we're also going to talk about some slang that I use because as nick alluded to He's been listened listening to a lot of the pod and there was one word in one episode that I use that really threw me for a loop I and I was driving in my car. I literally had to pull over on the side of the road and immediately start obviously like obviously something doing. But. Then tech stories.

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"disney channel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So they think the presence of this gas is evidence that there are microbes living in the clouds. And what would that mean? Well, I understand I'm for years, you know, But if they ever discovered water on another planet, then they discovered the other is water on Mars. Okay, My life hasn't changed much. Neither has my view of anything. It's just interesting. It is interested in you. You are a person who is long assumed there is life elsewhere in the world. I think it's inevitable. Yeah, I think you have to be. An idiot to to to say otherwise or have misinterpreted in my opinion, survival, But at any rate, it's just it would be extremely interesting to find out. Yeah, there there is life. There is life on multiple planets within our own solar system. But in terms of changing your life, no, I hope not. Because if it ever affected life on Earth, it would almost certainly be horrible. Yeah, there's a show us then gas with whose name it was actually used as ah, Poison in World War, two gas people. Well, I'm not fasting. Yeah, that might be if that sounds right. Yeah. I wasn't going to say unless it turns out they can cure cancer or something like that. But that's unlike there's a show on can't member of its Netflix or Disney. It might be Disney in the National Geographic stuff Anyway, It's Ah, It took all the footage that we've gathered so far on Mars from our various spaceships and presented in, you know, four k U D. Whatever that is that we have on our modern TVs now. And I was watching that the other night in the dark on my big giant TV and just this perfect picture of the landscape of Mars, and they put it all together in a way with music and stuff like that. It's just it's amazing. I mean, it really boggles your mind to look at that and think. Holy crap. I'm just staring at a sunrise on Mars. Right? Right. Where do you see I speak? It's on Disney Channel, Okay? Interesting. It's just fascinating, right? Well, speaking of science could bring us the transgender stuff was controversial. Oh, no. Ah, yeah, And even beyond that it gets into and it's a reminder. How often all these studies that come out of universities are wrong? Ah, lot of the times and nobody acknowledges that right that other stuff on the way. Hey, Armstrong and getting I don't know about you. But when the check engine light comes on,.

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FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

TIME's Top Stories

02:11 min | 1 year ago

FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

"Agents including Swat team served a search warrant at the home of Youtube Star Jake Paul on Wednesday the F. B. I. executed the search warrant starting at six am at the Calabasas California mansion in connection with an ongoing investigation. FBI spokeswoman Laura Miller said in a statement a judge has sealed search warrant affidavit and Miller said, she could not reveal the nature of the investigation or the person it was served on. Paul's Richard Sean failed confirmed the home was. We understand that a search warrant was executed at Jake's Calabasas home this morning while Jake was out of state Schoenfeld said on an email we are still gathering information and will cooperate with the investigation. Video. From local television news helicopters showed agents gathering several rifles from the sprawling property where the boxing ring and a hot tub in the backyard that appears in many of Paul's recent youtube videos. A SWAT team initially entered the property I Miller said, no arrests were made police in Scottsdale Arizona on. Wednesday. said, they were dismissing charges of criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly there against Paul and two others so that a federal criminal investigation can be completed, but they may be refiled later. Paul had been charged there when he appeared on video in June inside a Scottsdale Mall that big crowd of people that broken into looting stores. Paul said in subsequent Youtube video that he had only been looking for people protesting the death of George. Floyd and he did not take part in any of the destruction. Paul twenty-three has over twenty million followers on his youtube channel, which features stunts, pranks, stories from his personal life and more recently music videos. He rose to fame on the short video APP vine and spent two years as an actor on the Disney Channel Show. Bizarre is older brother Logan Paul has a similar youtube channel with even more followers. Neighbors have complained to media outlets for several years about the stunts Jake Paul is pulled on the property for his Youtube Channel. Last month. calabasas. Mayor Alicia. Weintraub harshly criticized him after video emerged of dozens of people at a party at his home amid the coronavirus outbreak with no apparent masks or social

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"disney channel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome BACK America to Europe. The music of Hamilton, which will they be on? The Disney Channel has been lighting up our show all morning long as we go into the long weekend, and we are joined by the smart guys dinner when Gemma Rimsky of the Berkeley School of Law Dean John Eastman, Dean emeritus at the Chapman Let go of lot join me now to review the cases that have been handed down and those had Supreme Court will hand down some orders this morning, but not any opinions expected till Monday. But I want to start with Espinoza versus Montana. John Eastman. The application of Montana's Constitution's No Aid, Provisional Little Blaine amendment struck down by the court. How important a decision was his five for opinion, written by Chief Justice Roberts. I think that's an extremely important decision, and it's been long in coming. The chief justice had an opportunity to tackle these overtly anti Catholic bias State constitutional amendment that were all put in place in the latter part of the 19th century. Ah and back in lock versus Davey and he didn't He kind of punted then, but but we now have, you know a pretty good indication that those amendments by themselves or unconstitutional he didn't quite go that far. But he said the application of it in this case Is unconstitutional. In this case was the state providing a ah tax subsidy to donations made to nonprofits that supported private schools. And it was available to anybody in the state unless the private school you wanted to use the money that happened to be religious on that overt discrimination against the religion is what the court held is not permissible and if the state Constitutional Blaine Amendment I made that required that result, and the Blaine amendment was the problem Urgency. I spent a lot of time yesterday reading the Alito concurrence of Gorsuch concurrence of Thomas concurrence and the chief Justice's Ah, main opinion. I didn't spend much time on the descent. What do you think about the case? I think the descent was right. What general Myths from his description is at the Montana Supreme Court found that the Montana law violated the Montana Constitution. Invalidated it. So Montana was not discriminating against religious schools. It was giving no aid any school and I think, by any definition of federalism, state Supreme Court strikes down a state program. It doesn't exist. It's also I think interesting that John and conservatives who usually say just focus on the text of the provisions are now saying because the intent behind it was impermissible. The position is unconstitutional. I think states can have a variety of reasons for putting director indirect aid to religion. New Jersey had a provision saying exactly this long before the U. S constitution was written, or there was such a thing is a Blaine amendment. I think James Madison was right, unconscionable tax people to support the religion of others. John your response. Well, that's that's not what's going on here. Religions are entitled to the same support of neutral programs that everybody else is. Madison never said otherwise. Oh, and and to read the blame. The many Blaine amendment is, as Erwin has just suggested they should be read not allowing any taxpayer dollars. To go to anything that supports religion would mean the taxpayer dollars to the police Department or the Fire Department. The taxpayer dollars paid by those religious folks can't go to provide them the same kind of governmental benefits. That everybody else pays into the tax system to get. That's what's at issue here and the Blaine Amendment. Quite apart from the intent of the drafters, which was blatant discrimination is itself discriminatory on its own faith, even if you don't look to the underlying and dent Now what I want to pose to you my theory of what the chief Justice's up to earlier in the week in June Medical he disappointed John and many conservatives and I probably would have joined it ascent as well and upholding a Louisiana law that required admitting privileges for those performing abortions, saying, in effect. Look, we just decided this five years ago. We're not going to change our mind in five years. That's not story decisis. I think that was a prelude to this. And I think if the court were to change in the liberal direction that they would be at least influence by June medical not overturn Espinosa versus Montana. What do you think of my reading of the chief justice's ordering of his opinions? I don't think so. I think there are plenty of trance when Chief Justice Roberts has joined the conservative justices and overruling president Last year, I argued a case in the Supreme Court on Sovereign immunity, Franchise Tax Board versus Hyatt. Court overruled a 40 year old president. There was an important taking case last year, Nick with the overrule a longstanding president, of course, two years ago in Janice, they overruled an important case in terms of non union matter. Quick question. You just said the key thing. Long standing president, he explained in Citizens United If something doesn't settle down after 30 years, we've got to fix it. I think what he said this week is that was just five years ago. We haven't seen the kind of unsettling and no one brought Casey before me. So I think you gave me the critical distinction. Longstanding President that do not settle controversies Airport, Lee decided and subject to review short live controversy. Don't bring them to me. Oh, a strange principle of starry decisis because it says that the longer a president's been there, and the more people relied on it were willing to quit going to deter overrule it. Reality is if there are five votes to overrule Espinoza in two years. I'll overrule Espinosa. If there's not five votes, they won't. But I think what you and John are missing about this case is prior to 2017 never once in American history to the Supreme Court say the constitution required the government aid to procure schools. I think the bottom line Chief Justice Roberts opinion is whenever the government gives aid to secular private schools. It must give that aid to religious schools. And I think that ignored the establishment clause of the First Amendment. John, I want to read to you something justice, Alito wrote. Then I think answers Irwin's objection. Many parents and many different face still believe that their local schools inculcated worldview that is anesthetic all to what they teach at home. That's the difference between now and then. But many public schools have gone off the deep ed and many people are turning to private schools, some of them religious to save their Children's world view. And hostility towards those schools unconstitutional. Well, I think that's right. But But look, this is not a new phenomenon. The reason the many blamed amendments were put into place is because the Catholic schools were competing with what quote unquote public schools which were overtly Protestant s O the noting that the notion that the public schools in the 18 forties were kind of these new troll a religious places is just not true. So so the issue has been with AA for a very long time and let me go back to the question you after one a minute ago about Chief Justice Robert I knew you would well, and I think I can to think you might be right about what his thinking is. I just find the thinking unbelievably naive because I think there's no question that if Tegan and Brier and Ginsburg and so did my our pick up one other vote, I'm overruling anything. They're going to do that, and they're not. I had to take one iota because John Roberts went south on us on June do medical But you understand what I'm saying He's trying to build a wall against rapid reversal of precedent, as opposed to Okaying the reversal of longstanding error, maybe, but he's got his finger in a dike that will be completely meaningless because there is no way that the four liberals on the court don't vote to overrule president in our heartbeat. No matter what he has done in June Medical saw her when you hear the debate among conservatives right in front of you. What do you make of it? I agree with John set. I think if the Democrats before the justices have the votes will overrule precedence. Oh, my God. Over. The Republican justices do that. I can give you a long list with Republican appointed Justice 5 to 4 overrule precedents in recent years. Stari decisis matters To the extent the justices wanted to, you know, long articles and books about it..

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Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.

The 3:59

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.

"With me, senior editor Shelby Brown who was a nice run down to the various streaming services out there, and why should drop each one of them? Thanks for joining me shelby. Thanks for having me again so before we get into the different services We can get the details in a bit Do you have any general suggestions for how you would approach things when you know balancing your budget with all these various streaming services because? For a lot of people, there are different shows that we like. Those shows are found on different services. So there's no. There's no one size fits all options. So, what would you suggest a folks? Generally looking at this landscape. I. Definitely examined why you want that service Aaron. What's appealing to you about that service Lake I had to stop myself from immediately subscribing to HBO. Max Number One just because of the giant explosion of publicity around it when it first came out and kind of the the foam. Oh the fear of missing out I think that can be a big drought services. Especially the new wines I can imagine. That's GONNA. Be when peacock comes out. They'll be a huge drama that 'cause It's new and attractive, but with HBO Max I wanted to subscribe to it. Because, I immediately fell in love with their classic films collection, but I have to ask myself if that's all that I am going to watch, there is always stat worth my money so i. think that that's a question that you should ask yourself before you subscribe to something Dutch. I think that's a that's a good concept to keep in. Mind is considering there are only so many hours in the day and so much time we have to watch stuff so even if in principle it's something you WanNa. have access to your right. It may not be something you'd necessarily need. so let's let's. Let's run through the different service. Let's start with the granddaddy of the mall in the one that is basically ubiquitous, and that's net flicks. It almost is it conceivable to drop athletes. Are there reasons why you'd WanNa? Drop this service on. I think that Netflix's kind've where we started with that. You know binging idea, and whether actively watching it or it's just on for background noise of course there are Netflix's originals which typically Garner a lot of buzz on social media like tiger king came out recently so mostly I think if you're not interested in staying on top of new shows, Netflix's might not be for you or watching the old classics like the Office or Parks and recreation or win. Friends was on there before Hbo Max. And, some of those shows have disappeared from Netflix so that you Kinda lose access to some of that old library. Right All right well, what about Disney plus? As simple as it sounds. I think you should access me, plus you're not into Disney or marvel. Disney plus is a mistrial Jake ride with the vaulted films and the Disney channel original movies from the late nineties early two thousands, and the Buzzword, the original shows Lake Amanda Laurean and the Star Wars films again the marvel films, but again if you're not a fan of the Disney or the marble films, you might not want to invest Disney plus. That's the thing. There could be something he said about subscribing to the services. Timed with shows. You love right like what we know. The mental Lawrence coming back with. Subscribe to it for Laurie Withdraw Fortunately for one of the for these services, there are like cancellation fees. It's not as sticky as it used to be with cable service. You can hop on hop off and that's that that's a good benefit. You can sort of time out if you really want to be strategic about it. These different services right and we've seen those trends win. Game of thrones was on with with HBO. We would see the spike in the viewership. Go up right before the season started, and then we would see plummet after this season would go off so. That and as transition HBO match what? Why would you WANNA keep. Why would you WANNA trump? Hbo Max Hbo Max Really came out swinging at lines with a huge catalog. Of TV shows movies. Its price is on the higher side though compared to other services. It's fifteen dollars a month. so I win necessarily invest in Matt if you're looking for more budget, friendly option an. An Hbo Max Might Not Be the one that you want to subscribe to. Because you can't stream HDR, yet or on Roku or Amazon devices, but it's still new, so that could change in a couple of months or next year. The Amazon Prime Video Amazon. Prime video is kind of a two for one because you get the discount with ecommerce site as well. The platform more centered around movies that you can rent by watch for free but the service definitely puts a focus on its original shows like flea, bad marvelous Mazel and modern love, so if you're more fan of mainstream TV shows, you might WanNa drop trends at you. This is like the one that is kind of default to your point. Right like I am a prime member because I did the shipping services and the videos Kevin Extra. About who is probably one of the more pure play, TB streaming services out there I. who if you don't care about keeping up with? The current mainstream shows one of my favorite parts about the service is. how quickly uploads new episodes after the air on cable, but you can also get the live TV plan for fifty five dollars a month that acts like a capable replacement to watch shows in real time. A downside to that for example, if you wanted to catch up on all the seasons of Grey's anatomy, only season sixteen available on Hulu whereas all the seasons are available on Netflix, so that's kind of a catch, and then lastly apple. TV Plus Apple TV plus has a lot of original shows that were a significant drought of the service like the morning show and. You can like all your streaming services to your apple TV apple TV plus doesn't have a library of license chosen movies. It all so doesn't always release full seasons of shows at one. So, J, if none of the new shows clear interest after the fruit trial. Don't keep it. I subscribed to TV plus for the free trial and watched the servant. I thought it was really good. I'm probably will pick it back up when a second season comes out, so that's always option.

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"disney channel" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"On tape more on the Disney Channel or whatever and they want to make it all that money on a billion dollars is something like I wish I had been the guy who worked at Disney that's I was like guys I got the idea that I was responsible for making a billion dollar missile rich right at all I was doing is saying do we have to put on salad the until noon.

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"disney channel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"disney channel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Admiring the white mothers whose only job seem to be making their children happy I said I was sorry we'll make a deal you come home when you're supposed to and from now on now that time I remember begging my mother to sign me up for sports hoping she would show up to games and yell obnoxiously things like that's my boy but she worked well into the night I walked home alone after games warmed up cold food from the fridge sat in front of the television and wished I was white if I want her to be like the white moms on Disney Channel she wanted me to be like a young Barack Obama the African kid who brought home straight days and we're going to be so successful you could save her from the night shift but the only thing I brought home from school was trouble I stole a far I cheated on tests I got into trouble because trouble gave me an identity one that was more interesting than the one my mother had in mind for me my mother and I always felt like we were not who we wanted each other to be but the only thing we had in common was that we were trying to survive in America by the time I was fourteen we've gotten word that my father died back home at sixteen I'm standing in the hallway with my mother again she tells me she's found a lump a few months later she was going to another poem for my mother for the first two years of my life there was a voice on the other end of the line that I did not recognize I heard it on my birthday on eat and whenever I was sick the voice always seem to call when there was something to celebrate or something that needed mending it was my mother's voice reminding me that she was always there even when she wasn't we held the whole relationship over the phone from dial tone to ring to the operator announcing that the credit was almost finished we talked on borrowed time trying to maintain connection an ocean apart even though all she did was.

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Skai Jackson Granted Restraining Order Against Bhad Bhabie

Celeb News Ride Home

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Skai Jackson Granted Restraining Order Against Bhad Bhabie

"The teens are fighting with each other specifically sixteen year. Old White Rapper. Danielle Burr Goalie Aka. Bad Baby Aka. You know the girl who said cash me outside on Dr Phil. All those years ago. Anyway these seventeen year old Disney Channel Star skied. Jackson is so freaked out by bad babies threats on social media. That sky has officially taken out a restraining order against bad baby. According to TMZ the restraining order was granted by a judge and quote orders. Be Stay one hundred yards away from sky her home and workplace. She also can't contact sky in any form in the DOCKS SKIES SAYS. She's fearful to leave her house by herself. Hasn't slept well since the threats were made and feels. Danielle is mentally unstable sky. Also claims Danielle texted her four months ago saying she wanted to fight her she included some of the alleged messages from Daniel in her filing and quote Yikes okay. Bad baby responded to the restraining order. News by posting an ad I guess for her new record and also it doubled as an advert fashion Nova the caption for her instagram. Post reads as follows quote. Go Get your restraining order. I'm go get checks at Fashion Nova hashtag AD and quote. I wonder if she's actually going to get paid out by fashion. Nova for that because it doesn't seem like that's how ads work but hey I should just start tagging. Companies in my clapback tweets. That's not the worst idea I've ever heard. Anyway I guess this whole thing started because bad baby went on instagram. Live and said she was gonNA kill sky earlier this week. Tmz summed up the root cause of their beef saying quote. Bb's mad sky allegedly made a fake account to talk about Danielle recently being seen hanging out with rapper. Nba Young boy. A Guy Baby seems to skies pretty into herself as bad baby claims in her own words skies moving sneaky online and quote. There's not many times in life where I truly feel old but right now I feel

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Marketing Tips for Voice

Inside VOICE

07:21 min | 1 year ago

Marketing Tips for Voice

"Voice is always something people talk about and struggle with yes. What is your perspective on this? How do you do it? Yeah so I guess I'll back up and say I come from a marketing background. And that's what I studied at Emerson College which is also in the voice scene which is very exciting to me here presenting and I worked at my first job was actually at Disney channel in marketing. And so that was my first foray into the field of entertainment and really learning how to market to a specific audience. So I spent I was actually at Disney for five years between Disney channel on. Espn and really getting that. Like well rounded experience their portfolios obviously massive and their marketing is like no other obviously globally so about five years ago I shifted into a creative development for social platforms and working with brands and influencers creators on social media that have huge followings and kind of driving those experiences across platforms and putting brands friend center of like the conversation on social as we know today like the tick tock most recently or I just saw pinterest or snapchat and there's all these like all these different platforms that people are creating content on reach mass audiences. And that's the area that I'm really interested in his putting brands into that conversation strategically and making it Finding emotional connections with audiences that resonate So that's where I say. They're excited yes. I think there's such a huge opportunity as I'm sure a lot of people do here To put more of course I party skills and the platforms. That voice assistance are on in front of these audiences but also third party skills obviously So yeah I'm super interested to learn more in here. Everyone here talking about it and and find the way in for people to discover more skills through cross platform strong. Yeah and so. Can you give us some either some tips or things that you've done personally or with companies and how you've been able to kind of market some new voice skills or flash briefings within social? Yeah absolutely so. I think first and foremost and I've heard a lot of people talking about this. Like being user myself of different voice platforms so essential because also prize myself. Sometimes and I'm like well like I didn't even have to think twice about like lifting my risk and asking Siri for like remind me to Xyz. So I do have. I have the echo show five on my desk. And that's kind of my go-to throughout the day For more so than like a Google search would be now so that's been really interesting just from like a consumer standpoint myself and I think is such a big part of like the creative development processes looking at your own habits and what market you fit into So that's been super interesting But back to your point in regards to content development on social media if I'm working with a brand or a client or a crater for that matter it's it's looking really deeply at their analytics and what drives the most engagement. Whether it's you know the most used they've got in or the most comments that a post received and what really resonated with their audience and diving into that niche an understanding the science behind why that resonated with people and then how to recreate that with other formats or other platforms to either reach the audience or expanded even further. Yeah that makes a lot of sense I think yeah looking at the data where people at what are they doing? How do you adjust that you were talking earlier about kind of creating emotional connections which? I am very much a fan of as well. How do you think somebody should do that? When it comes to creating a voicemail. That's a great question so and I guess it makes sense that my career started at Disney because speaking of emotional connections I grew up going to visit my family in Florida and going to Disneyworld families. So it's funny that I ended up working there That was like my lifelong dream so coming from that experience. I think it's getting to the root of what Your brand or your message really is and knowing not inside and out and then why that will attract consumers and connect them to your brand or message So I guess I could talk about Chop Chop which is the scale idea which is adorable. So yes you made. A skill called Chop Chop. Tell us about first off why you started it and kind go through and how it pertains to what you're talking about now. Yeah so this was back in early. Two thousand eighteen and Amazon did the life hacks challenge so that's initially how I caught wind of Even developing on this platform so I did have a Developer PARTNER THAT WE TEAMED UP. Shout out to John G so there's so many pieces that go into thinking about how to create a skill and developing it so for this life tack challenge. It's it's almost a little bit easier when you're put into a box to think outside of it. I know that's like cliche sort of like direction. A little bit of direction this not that go so when it came to life hacks you know being in the kitchen you your hands are messy when you're cooking you don't necessarily want to be having your ipad or your device or computer for that matter over the sink and I found myself in that position so many and obviously youtube is a huge resource for looking up. Like how do? I chop onion to get this exact dice that my recipe calls for or whatever it might be. So we've really said okay. The multi modal device the echo spot at the time was what we were working with the kitchen and we said it would be great if we could just say like. How do I chop up onions? Or what's the proper way to kind of mango or with these things that when your hands are messy? It's like you just want that information real quick so we We produce this scale chop chop. Did you cut up different fruits and veggies and the really exciting part was doing the visual element because both of us come from a content production background so we made in the dining room literally. We set up a production a small production studio and produced like over seventy five video. And I'm actually chopping the fruits and veggies like between the two of us. We really made every piece of this skill so we were fortunate to have the wide range of skill sets needed to cover the ground but it was over one hundred fifty hours of work that went into this so a lot of hard work and love into it but were super happy with the product. I still love talking about it. Obviously and I encourage people to use it at home and when they're cooking in the

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Disney Plus reaches nearly 29 million subscribers in 3 months

America's Morning News

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Disney Plus reaches nearly 29 million subscribers in 3 months

"On the Disney plus streaming service reaching nearly twenty nine million paid subscribers in less than three months that is impressive for what Disney is positioned as its future as more people drop their cable subscriptions CEO Bob Iger telling CNBC more content is on the way of course it's content like the Mandalorian that drove those subscriptions by the way about fifty percent of our subscribers came direct from you know our own website a lot of that had to do with the fact they signed up early before was available for other services Verizon about twenty percent came through that that agreement that distribution which has been great for us and then the rest came from apple and roku and all the other services that are distributing the app so here flagship show the Mandalorian it which has been entirely released through a lot of attention but did you see turn after the show was over and you expect to have to invest a lot more original content to help dry even more people to the platform well we were actually heartened by the fact that after the original episodes of Mandalorian were all made available we really didn't see significant churn from that as I said earlier we continue to see subscriber growth from the end of the year December twenty eighth through yesterday will say more about that one of the things that we've noticed is quite interesting is about sixty five percent of the people that actually watch Mandalorian washing least ten or more other things on the service and so what we're seeing in terms of consumption is consumption really across the board for films valley films from our library but recently released films from being including a Latin and and lying king of course Toy Story just come on came on Avengers and game but we're also seeing a lot of interest and other original programs that we've created movies and series great interest in Disney Channel shows and then brought interest and just a lot of other things Pixar shorts and older Disney shorts and clearly those brands Disney and Pixar and Marvel and Star Wars and National Geographic a resonating which will as we said at the beginning gives us the ability to focus more on quality high quality branded content for the service and less on volume we will continue to add we've got a lot coming up Disney plus launching in November to compete with online video services like Netflix and and they just continue to rise and continue to add subscriptions E. heard Bob weir talk about the number of subscriptions coming from the website of course Verizon customers have a year of free Disney plus of course we're paying for it through our bills and talking about myself as well but it should be noted Bob Eiger they're talking about the new content Amanda Laurie in season two will come out next year when all of the subscriptions or at the free ones if you will are about to expire so there's a little bit of strategy on there and Disney for its part with all of this content and everything else can afford much more to keep its prices low then Netflix etcetera so that that's something to watch as

Zac Efron Is in a "Serious Relationship" With 'The Orville' Actress Halston Sage

Colleen and Bradley

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Zac Efron Is in a "Serious Relationship" With 'The Orville' Actress Halston Sage

"Show Zac Efron has a new relationship or dare I say publications ship done done done done quickly oblation ship is a relationship in service of celebrity what's going on with Zac Efron are former heartthrob an ex boyfriend so much to Bradley so not only is Zac Efron done with his swimmer girlfriend Sarah bro but he's also in a serious relationship with former Disney Channel star Halston sage why why hello first of all how do we know this before we dig into it how do we know that Zac Effron is with an essential oil named Holston set for the phones are oddly things for asking because a sources telling us weekly exclusively okay so that means somebody on Zacks PR team sent us weekly a memo yes and it said thank of get more role thorough full from paper okay so we have to take these words at face value not at face value well in so far as the faces of us weekly which means this is probably coming direct from the celebrity so what are they actually telling us about this relationship well this exclusive sources telling us a lot about this relationship so they're saying that Zac Efron and Halston sage quote or in a serious relationship and in love they spent the holidays together with part of that time in Santa Barbara

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The Nine Sticks feat. Nikesh Patel and Maulik Pancholy

Circle Round

05:45 min | 2 years ago

The Nine Sticks feat. Nikesh Patel and Maulik Pancholy

"I'm Rebecca Sheer and welcome to circle round or storytime happens all the time today. Our story is called then nine sticks versions of this tale companies. I'm from the South Asian country of India where it's one of many legends featuring beer ball a wise adviser to an emperor long ago Some really great people came together to bring you our adaptation of this Folk Tale including Kesh Patel and mullick potentially grownups ups you might recognize Nikisch Patel from four weddings and a funeral on Hulu. And you know Molly controlling from thirty rock on NBC and Vincent for on the Disney Channel. He's also the author of the new young adult novel. The best added a circle around everyone for the nine sticks. So as the highest ruler in the land the emperor resided in a spacious Chris Stone Palace with throngs of obedient servants and so many riches and treasures. It would take all one thousand of his elephants elephants to carry them the emperor's most precious riches and treasures or his jewels glittering gold crowns sparkling Ling silver anklets radiant ruby earrings. The glistening gems were so dear to the emperor that he kept them locked away in a cavernous vault hidden beneath the palace. Only ten people had a key to that vault the emperor himself plus nine attendants who had a very very special job. Every time the emperor wished to wear a piece of jewelry be it a glimmering necklace. I want my emerald doc pendant the one shaped like a peacock or a shimmering bracelet. How about those polling crusted bangles? They looked glorious with this new robe he would call one of his nine attendants to go and fetch it to get to the vault. The attendant had to push through a secret hole in the wall. Then they had to run down a hidden set of stairs and unlock a heavy steel door. Once they entered the vault they would seek out which ever jewel the emperor desired. Bring it back to the great rulers chamber. Then help him put it on as he admired himself in the mirror. My mind marvelous marvelous absolutely marvelous. One day the emperor decided he would wear a thick gold ring. Set with a dazzling diamond into the size of an apricot. The ring had been passed down in his family from generation to generation and the emperor considered it to be his greatest best treasure so he asked one of his nine attendance to fetch the ring from the vault but when the attendant came back the great ruler was flabbergasted flabbergasted to hear that the ring wasn't there what my greatest treasure is missing. Can't be that sin for another attendant. Let let them try so a second attendant journey to the vault to look for the ring and like the first attendant claimed it was nowhere to be found come. That ring. Didn't just get up and walk away due to that. Volt is as thick as the trunk of abundant tree. But then a third attendant reported the ring was gone seriously as did a fourth. You must be joking and a fifth. What all the way down to ninth? By now while the emperor was so exasperated. He threw his trembling hands in the air. This is unacceptable. Obviously you're not searching hot enough. I'll go down there and bring back the ring myself. So the emperor grabbed his key marched down to the ball and spent hours sifting fifteen through his vast collection of jewels until at last he collapsed in a heap. Go It's true. My greatest treasure sir is gone. There's only one thing left to do. Cool via Baugh. Beerbaum was the emperor's favourite advisor the wise is and witty man was famous for his razor sharp intellect and was the first person the emperor called whenever he had a problem. He couldn't solve a question he couldn't dancer or a puzzle. He couldn't crack as the emperor told the beer ball his latest dilemma. The shrewd advisor listened carefully scratching scratching his Chin and nodding his head by the time the emperor finished his story. Beer balls. Brilliant mind was already hard at work. uh-huh very interesting. Kindly remind me Your Imperial Highness. Who in this palace holds a key to the vault of Jules? Well I do of course plus my nine jewelry attendance and all nine of them gave their word that the ring isn't there. I understand understand that Sir but just because they gave you their word doesn't mean you have to take it. The emperor cocked his head. What do you mean? While I'm afraid to say it your Imperial Majesty. The airball leaned forward. But your ring has been stolen stolen stolen. The emperor's jaw dropped open. It can't be I'm afraid. Can and one of your nine jewelry attendance is the culprit. But leave everything to me Sir and you will see your greatest

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Tesla delivers its first 'Made in China' cars

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Tesla delivers its first 'Made in China' cars

"Now as we've been telling you tassel just delivered its first China build cars it's a major milestone for you on mosques company as expands in the world's largest electric vehicle market let's get the latest with Angus Whitley in Sydney who covers global business for us so Angus what can we expect for for the future from Chinese made cars at out of the brand Tesla yeah well certainly today was the start of of that mission and then a milestone for free in home market he said fifty mobile three sedan and it over to you to company employees at the of the the huge new facility that build outside Shanghai and this is Ted was first flown outside the U. S. and that this is a a milestone for almost as one of the few production targets that that he's actually hit on time and and the company says that they're producing collars and is this saying who get coupon on the rate of one thousand a week which is a target to a minimum target the most could set for the end of the year so far from here on in it's it's how many more can they produce we can and must have said at some point this clone can produce three thousand of the week and it's really a test of of of because of the heat to sell these a clown the card will be looking at nine and again in the competing with the room with the rest of the world manufacturers including foreign loans and domestic one for life in the and me why the swelling is I was going to pick up on that about me I particularly because they do seem to be the old this competitive there on the ground I mean it is me is offer competitive with photos nearer and nearer is his in Addison troubles nearly as is often called the the the the I guess the killing and all of the tech has Lebanese it's it's had enormous problems with recalls and management instability seventy is going through its own troubles and and as a model three sedan is you know if he's going to achieve in the for many years nears offering said it's it's it's really a question of where this has a stack up against the likes of of BMW Volkswagen other other Chinese manufacturers in an if you could throw expanding into into that Liftmaster manufacturers and it it's competitive edge is is really you at the roots of the the the Chinese take a clown because the housing locally built cars enables has let's see it to to limit a it's cost of of manufacturing and also enables it to you to be eligible for government subsidies the likes of all three and a half thousand US dollars Ventolin screen off as music US dollars per call and this month is also became eligible for ten percent just tax exemption angel on if it was likely bill Kerr says a lot of plus points for it has left for having cars that are produced locally not least the fat lady come in future crews that production from trade wars with the likes of we've we've we've seen last couple years and kind of punitive tariffs that can be can be used against for and common factors you know sending because across the world the building likely with local components you can cut a lot of those costs and therefore reduce selling price I guess low cost production and specifically Chinese production these things bring to mind or or make me expect problems with quality control guy you know and the at AM an automotive enthusiast I buy a lot of parts and and the ones that come from China simply don't hold up to those built in the U. S. are built in Europe is that gonna be an issue for Tesla well it certainly could be honest that we've spoken to you say the Disney Channel animated Donald three sedan or not yet totally made out of of of Germany's components of the still shipping some of the mover for a moving the and and you know that that is going to be asked and posted it obviously but you know didn't it has love runs into the quality control troubles plan in is going to hit tomando nine shown and I need thanks that's going to be

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"disney channel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"disney channel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"I mean, the first one, but to be fair the first one did achieve what it was meant to achieve right? Like like for what we do on a craze. And and the puppets looked awesome. Key laugh. But I mean, again, they did achieve what they wanted to do. And now, they're honestly just making this for the people who enjoy that movie. They're older the adult virgins, it's the same thing. It's the same thing in the sense that like all and look we this too because a mutt. Saying starrewards. A movie just for small kids. But it's like the people like now, this is not my Luke or like, I didn't like this. I mean, we're all at fault. And it's not just the whiny babies, but you have to remember that not everything's made. You actually best example is that Kim possible movie that Disney channel's making and everyone on Twitter who like grew up watching Kim possibles like who are they making this for kids? They're making it for kids. Like, there's no debate in this like movies being made for kids on Disney channel, they're not your twenty five you're thirty years old. So I mean, they're making this movie though for older, which that's a different barter as when you're making it for an over generation definite making it for kids. There. Okay. Did you guys watch the Michael bay ones? Yes. Yeah. That's what I was talking about. Oh, I the first ones when I was talking about the puppets said the last two. How could I possibly talking about anything other Jeff said the first two the first two? Okay. All right fair. Conceded point, though, I still feel like you have ill will harbor deep down for the originals to I don't give a shit about stupidest turtles cares about there is it is fair care. They're not of your generation beyond that. It's like the most ridiculous concept of like the weird gen-x people like that love that shit like that and Sunder cats like let's just take an animal when make it slightly human. And let's just like have kids love it because that's just a cool thing. Like thunder catches way creepy, but like just human human turtles that do karate. That's so fucking stupid. I'm sorry. I loved under cats when I was a kid, but it was one of those. It was one of those shows that was created for delivering an action figure line. It was never intended to be some. Grand revived these things don't need to be revived. As what I'm trying to say ninja turtles goes beyond that because ninja turtles is like eighty times more popular than thunder cats over was. But after the last two Michael bay ones, it's what are you gonna do? You can do ninja turtles origin story. They already went back in time for God's sakes. Now is in ninety two. Turtle time should've actually ended that franchise for good show. Your generation is still weird. Unlike mine, which had a talking sponge that captured the nation with his under friends there snarky and made porn references every now and then in the first season and throughout. Yeah. So I I don't know. We'll see I don't know what to expect. I guess again. My grand point is I think if these are the people behind it probably being made for an older generation, which is you're on the risk of it being bag because you catered to these eggs opposed to make something, you know, maybe for new generation. So it it's not as much stars. And thinking more in the fact that Kim possible that's a better example, I original ninja turtles comic, which the animated series. And toy franchise was based off was. Headed darker tonality to it. It was a bit grittier. So it will be interesting to see if they go and try to adapt something that's more closer to what they did. In the comics. I would doubt it I think they're probably gonna go pretty close to the animated series. Which you know, whatever. Like, I kind of liked that. I Michael bay ninja. Turtle one. Not know, they're aliens. Yeah. That's cool. I don't know. I didn't I didn't love actually like the second one a little more because bebop rock steady more animals there. You'll Kendrick more animals that do things..

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"disney channel" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"disney channel" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Pod miss is over and here, we are back to our regularly scheduled program kind of newly scheduled program. Right. Because with the new year comes new changes. Right. Yes. So we are switching grownup kids to a BI weekly podcast. Now that does not mean twice a week. No. That means every other week. Yes. So other some month maybe times a month that depends on how the weeks land, right? But every other week now, we're not doing this to gyp. You guys have any kind of content because we don't want to do that. But we found that over the last year almost year that we've been doing this that we couldn't fulfill our patriot promises to our patrons. Right. We just weren't. We just did not have enough time. I don't know if everybody knows this by now, but we also have another podcast called swishing flick and. That one also takes up a ton of our time right along with this along with our YouTube channel mainstream nine and three quarters. We're just a little busy. We're a little bit busy. So in order to be able to fulfil the promise to our patrons and launch some new ideas for our patriots. Oh, yeah. Refreshing it up. Yes. We are. We are going to be alternating episodes between regular episodes and patriot exclusive episodes so any weekend that we don't put out a regular episode. You're going to be getting a patriot episode. So we're going to be alternating between our regular schedule that you guys have seen in our Facebook group and everything just like the normal list of all the Disney films in chronological order, but every other week on patriotic we're going to be doing sequels and direct to video movies and Disney channel original movies and kind. To be bouncing back and forth between these older films at this point in our podcast at least older films and some of the sequels and original movies from the Disney channel. So if you're interested, I mean, that's it's really gonna mix it up a lot, you know, because we still in the sixties, obviously, we'll be progressing as we go. But right, it'll be fun. But I think by the end of this year, I think we're only gonna hit like the seventy right. I don't know if you wanna see the movies we are doing this year. We we wrote them all out for you on a post. I think it's pinned on our page. It's on Facebook. I put our tannery for twenty nineteen. So you can see the upcoming films for this year. So, yeah, if you want to hear from us weekly, you definitely still will be able to if you become a patron we hope that you do. Join us weekly through patriot. And get to see all those other new goodies that you're eligible for we're working on putting together. All those welcome packages. We promise before actually have our stuff together. So for all our patients who've been with us since the beginning, any new ones that we. Got like, we appreciate your patience. Yes. You're awesome. You're stickers coming to you in will be out in the mail by the time you hear this episode. Yup. So check it out and support us if you can and we absolutely want to say, thank you all so much for your support through pod Mus. Yeah, we made it through. We did. I hope that everybody listens to them. I know that it's a lot at once to put out there, but they're still really good facades. So if you have time check him out, and maybe will do it again next year. We're going to do it again next year. Guys, hint hint, I figured out our whole schedule for the next three years where things land and pod mess in two years has some great Christmas movies than that. So I have to keep this schedule the way that it is because like the Santa Claus is out during pod mys. And that's amazing. How perfect is let. Yeah. Just just for that movie alone. Or we're gonna continue to do potus. It's all for Tim Allen. Our buzz light year. So yes. So thank you guys for the support. And we hope that you like the changes checkout..

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"disney channel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"disney channel" Discussed on AP News

"You for listening to the AP radio network. Hey, did you know that he Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough. Coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope universe of new discovery and many more. Visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com. I books. Verizon's reached a deal to continue carrying Disney channel's the company said in a joint statement Sunday they've reached a broad base distribution agreement. It means Verizon customers can continue to watch ESPN ABC in other channels owned by Disney companies faced a December thirty first deadline without an agreement for is network would have stopped carrying Disney channel's a list of words and expressions that Michigan university says should be banished has been released as AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. This is the university's forty fourth annual compilation the word scolds at lake superior state university or out with their annual list of terms they'd like to see banished from the language for misuse and overuse, see if you can spot them as we unpacked thought leaders addresses for many platforms speeches for others Twitter is in their wheelhouse. The optics can be hard to wrap your head around. If you're looking to save syllables terms like Scotus and the whole Otis family or difficult to eschew important. The list is an extraordinary example of collusion while by public vote possibly the most important election of our time Levinson. A half billion dollars worth of stolen tequila has been recovered in Florida a truck driver hauling that the kilo stopped for dinner Sunday night at a Tampa area. Truckstop when he noticed that the trailer. He was hauling wasn't attached to his truck anymore. Jeopardy's began searching and found the semi trailer at a nearby intersection. There say they watched four men taking cases up Trump tequila to another box truck before the deputies moved in. They say the men had transferred over twenty cases. From the fully loaded truck. They arrested three men right away. And a fourth was arrested. A short time later the load of tequila was worth more than five hundred thousand dollars new years less than three hours away on the east coast. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute, it may be raining and hundreds of thousands of people are packed into the pens on Times Square. Navigate no access to restrooms or backpacks or umbrellas, even so they're readying to ring in twenty nineteen the place to be on.

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