17 Burst results for "Doc Bruce"
"doc bruce" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Done, Doc. Bruce. Good morning. Good morning. Um I would like to make a comment about There has been since the beginning of this. Businesses have been pushed out of business. People are struggling, and I think it is heinous. That Hogan is giving his state bureaucrats a raise that have not missed a beat with the paycheck since this began. I just think it's heinous what he's doing. I mean, he spouted all this money he's allocating for business. Um But I guarantee you they're statement. Put employees bureaucrats are gonna get their cola before any of these private sector. Uh, Restaurants and businesses. Well, I just think he's the biggest disappointment I've ever seen. On my lifetime, and I really hope I really hope whatever he runs for next, he's sucking up to all these This guilt ridden people. I hope he becomes another O'Malley with 0.5% of support. Well, I can't see on what national platform he would run or in which party? I mean, that was just a practical application there. He Democrat he, Dan just did the Democrats. That's always done since he's been in office here. I think he lied to was about being a Republican. He shunned my president who has done more for we, the people that any president and recent history and I just despise him. I think he's the biggest joke walking. Well, my feeling has been and I know you've heard me say it. My feeling has been all along that I don't think that anybody who has not missed a paycheck. I should be making rules for those of us and those of us probably a significant majority of the country. Who have lost our jobs or taken salary or wage decreases or put on limited number of hours. Or been uncertain about whether or not they will be on an unemployed or employed and this has been going on now since spring. S o. Bruce. I just I just I'm not amazed. I'm saddened by the idea. That there's so out of touch that before the people of the state of Maryland are fully employed, we have restaurants basically being told sorry. You're not doing anything illegal except having a restaurant, so we're going to close you down. What happens to the employees of that restaurant. These people. They're they're done in there without a paycheck. They're done their families. Are they just suffer? No and what happens to people who owned those restaurants that they're done? They lose everything they had putting into it, they they lose, and they don't care that the public Hector does not give a damn about him. No, it's it strikes me that they really should rethink the idea of the public sector where nobody has there been no furloughs. There were no layoffs. Nobody has taken a 20 or 25 or even a, you know, 40% pay cut. That kind of stuff is happening all around me and I know about you, but it's happening all around me. On. So you have people who decide Well, you know what? We have not missed a paycheck or a good meal. We're happy here. Let's make some rules for other people that screw them. Okay, That's why we need to take our government back. It's been taken away from us and it's time we take it back and It's way past time, in my opinion, so Who's Thanks. You're called, Sure Appreciate for 10 Wcbm 6 80, by the way, this email in kind of echoes that he said Bruce, You know, the law protects me and my family. The law protects you and your family. The law even protects anti fall and be om. The backlash to lawlessness and Kenosha, Wisconsin, where three people being shot looters and arsonists have not been prosecuted. Does anybody believe they'll ever be a prosecution of those who attacked cow Rittenhouse? Lawlessness has now spread to the national election. Does anybody believe that voting fraud perps will be prosecuted? I am not the only one who fears the whitening. National backlash and lawlessness..
"doc bruce" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Did or didn't work out exclusively for PW TORTURE VIP members. Let's let's go over to an email Now from we actually mentioned him a little bit ago. He joined us on Peter Talks, annex t on Wednesday, joined myself and Tom. An email from doc bruce. Good evening, nate, rich, and Matt. So most of the predictions we made on Wednesday held true Ballard Thatcher being a late add priest winning coal carrying the Kathy too far better match that should have been allowed. Sure I winning even with Raquel Gonzalez helping to KOCI. He said he's sending this before the main event. And if everything holds true in Keith Keith, Lee retains his NFC champion. How do you championship? How do you book an t moving forward? Who would be keithly his next challenger? Who Does priest feud with I and WHO's left for Shirai? If carrying cross wins, what does this mean for both cross and Lee? Thanks for taking the email go VIP and way you're damn masks and rich stay. Mellow VIP. Member Bruce Lee PhD from Seattle. So rich stay mellow and let's go to you first. What do you think about Thoughts on Bruce Bruce's email. Bruce's attornal focus with one of my good friends to remind me of Carmelo Anthony's existences. Appreciated or not. Depending on how one interprets it but I think well, couple of things I think triple h because he's do while we're doing this, he is doing his life Poe show. So he kind of answered some of the questions we had. Carried Cross separated shoulder. So they gotta get them in MRI and they're not sure how he's doing. So we might not see him with. His. Long. As we thought, he would or that next feud might be a little. Bit, and so that kind of puts that up in the air in terms of Eeo, I really would like to see a little. Action between her and say, maybe a because AAA JR mentions a lot of roster move. I'd love to see her show up on the Bluer read brand after summer slam and challenge whomever lost their title to see if they can hang with her in exte-. It. Doesn't think she. We saw it with Charlotte but magically as is the case with the horse women versus everyone else when he got the belt, we didn't see the next champion popping up or being as mentioned as much on the blue red brands. So I think that would be a great way to reinstate especially going into the fall with football game when it may be that can kind of spice things up and then what was the other questions about? So who who, who will priest feud with I And who would keith lease challenger. who had his next challenger have been if he retained Okay. So in terms of priests I. Think he has a natural first feud especially for television to kind of have. A Either I would say. size-wise. I would say go with Trevor -ly that would be a good start for him since they already hate each other's guts. And that's a that's a nice solid feud and they can be snarky to each other and with keithly I think the next challenger could have been a either a Johnny Gargano or someone like. I'm trying to think of someone that's a sizable person because now the Die Jakovic is off the shelf with his you know Apollo creed impersonation rocky for the next best person probably would have been. Just doing a one off with someone like velveteen if he had been, you know. in that ladder match or someone like that where he could have had a a bigger smaller guy. If that makes sense, it sounds actually moronic but I hope that makes sense kind of play media. No. Camera Grimes is the guy that came to mind for me as well. You know instantly I think they've had they've had some some great chemistry TV. They've had you know anytime they touched on the ring I think they've had some great chemistry in the ring as well so that that naturally seems to make sense Obviously, they could always start a new few to you something like Timothy Timothy Thatcher You know they'd have to start something completely new there for the most part but that really intrigues me I, I, just I love Thatcher I wanna see as much as I can. So I guess seeing him, you know even though I know he he wouldn't probably win. If he was the first opponent for priest, you probably wouldn't come out victorious I just like to see him get the spotlight like that. So that's that's just me but how about how about you matt? What do you think about this and you know feel free to ask me to repeat any of the questions at cruise laid out an email because I know there were quite a few of them. But. What did you think of Bruce's Bruce Zemo I think the good thing coming out of the North American championship it matches that you organically have a number storylines that you can carry over because of the Iraq should the way that they all? Combined the bill lading up there I. Think your natural progression needs to get to a triple a camera grinds for feud. I think that's organically built in the I think by the way, the dream has named Brobeck into the fold. So quickly, I can say the of preps using that as a a breach to get a more extended program with crimes I think that want to give a bit more time to be continue placing an nap but dream is just come straight back in. Just, a short program for them to breach today but coming out of everyone in that match, I think the the lone goal the lung in point with that kind of group of the Roster Brunson raid by saying to starting to be putting it behind him. Now, he was really look strong through the build within the match. With everyone they great opportunity to shy, which is what makes me think that they'll still be into? Whoa then as time goes on. But I think makes word of sense that'd be a really good program for them to work but I think the long term in guy with that, he's got to be Brunson raid getting elevated with that title. The women's saw two things is particularly interesting as well and I really like riches idea of heading up doing a bit of the program on one of the two million shows because the INEX- tate women's you. This still seems to even within this match still saints to be centering around a replay and Interesting because the thought we gotta be working towards reple- business by Tina's. But now the pivoted around to with Gonzales coming back in makes me think that the INEX- revolve around that story being told the it would make a world says infrastructure perhaps I get some expires euromonitor the to buy shows and just get a bit of something different going on those show to be breaking the glass of it at the moment ruined snack data. I could do that infused into those women's Divisions Day as for which Tripoli. Are caitlyn would have gone. It's hard for me to answer that now that I know that he's lost by it's. It makes it a bit of a tricky question at I'm a little bit right i. didn't realize that Cross said. than. That separated shoulder because that that can sit on the shelf for a little bit. But that could potentially tight if I do WANNA move strategy to chop Becky and because they donate take interact physically in the ring straight away that could give a chance for that to bill while cross. Recovers from that injury that'll be really interesting to see how that applies at night knowing that.
"doc bruce" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Torch faithful I am on nate. Lindbergh date Lindbergh on twitter, and this is the VIP post show following t takeover thirty on August twenty second twenty, twenty and I am a I'm not actually joined tonight by Kellie wells or Tom Scotto both of which are still on assignment Top secret assignment if you will so tonight we we got a couple of other people here to talk with Daca via about annexed takeover. So introducing I am very familiar voice to pw torch listeners. Let's take take a second and say hello to rich Fan. Hey, how's it going? Happy to be here and happy to step into such a lustrous shoes for this roundtable now definitely, glad to have you here. Glad to have you here in. Glad to actually talk with you I. Haven't had actually had an opportunity to talk with you before. So I'm excited to have this opportunity and. Welcome to the show. You. And we have our our new alter perspective annex. T reporter I as you know, Kelly wells will typically right up a live report of of. On USA as well as the takeover shows tonight I wrote the live report which man I don't envy Kelly. Those aren't funder. Right. I'M NOT GONNA lie. But we have tonight Dr. Ultra all perspective reporter Matt. I'm hoping I get this get this correct I should've pronounce should asked you pronunciation before I hit record but I believe your name is Matt Host Wait Yeah that's good. Enough get. I is good to be here and always good to talk wrestling especially after a show we had tonight. It how do you pronounce it 'cause now I'm going to be self conscious of close how it has to wait. Okay, I was close I was close I'll take. So we we we're GONNA we're, GONNA start off tonight with the main event because I'm still thinking about it. That was a that was certainly an interesting made event that I was not expecting the outcome of I know neither Tom or doc bruce we're we're expecting that outcome when we're talking about on. Wednesday we all kind of felt like Keith lease. Keith lease it rain was was short. Infants enough where. He was probably going to go to retain here tonight. Rich let let's let's talk with you. I would I what did you think about the main event and end this a little bit of an unpredictable outcome. Well in terms of the main event itself. I. Thought it was a really good fight hard hitting they. They brought it. The finish was a little sudden. That was definitely very surprising to me method with which they they got that finished sequence going. In terms of the surprise I wasn't as surprise just because as is the custom the left hand sometimes doesn't know what the right hand is doing with such a big company and they had put out Wednesday when I was doing. The East Coast cast a celebrate the title win with fifty percent off or forty percent off. WWe belts on their WWe shop twitter and then quickly took it down. Okay. Okay I didn't. I didn't notice that myself but good catch. Good catch. Yeah, that was kind of deflating I was like guys got. One job. Yeah she'll. seriously. Yeah. But no, it was definitely like you said it was it was certainly. Certainly something that I didn't see coming how about how about you man what did you think of the main event and and the outcome our new champion? It was good match gray. That was a good because magic description I. Think the longer match goes it's not completely juicier to kate play style and did start to drag and pretty quickly the finish surprising I wasn't as savvy as rich was inspiring that earlier in the wake but I think it does towel that probably is too long for the annex tate world think you would have picked him being a transitional champion as he was built up to that win you think that he might be on his way up to the mind roster at some point soon. That's that's Kinda. My thought to at this point you know it it seems like he he was a bit of a transitional champion. I figured I figured he'd have a little bit of a longer range than than what he had, but I think it's a little telling If he did lose here, tonight that you know maybe maybe they do have some bigger plans for them up in the main roster. So certainly certainly looking forward to figure things out of keys league I think the match itself was. It was okay it was good I. He did go a little bit long. Towards towards the middle of the match. Your there were there were a lot of a lot of holds and things. It it did seem to kind of drag a little bit I think they may have been able to share a few minutes off the match and still probably pull off the same effect. In the finished did seem to come out a little bit it sudden you know kind of out of nowhere. I don't know if there was an audible called or or anything like that. I didn't necessarily notice anything but. That made me think there there was an audible called but it did seem a little sudden and and you know out of out of the blue but certainly a an impressive win for carrying cross You know it looks like the do certainly have some high high expectations for him and with the return of Champa on Wednesday wonders if maybe it is CIAMPA that is up for. Your next in line are not WB the. heavyweight title where Champa and crossed were feuding last time we saw CHAPA. On an xt TV. So What are you guys think about that? With Champa returning on returning on Monday Monday Wednesday Monday's raw. What do you think about him returning on Wednesday and potentially feuding with with cross coming up? I. Think it makes sense. It's a natural transition there and it'd be. Done and how you can pull a feud with laying cross too much further a sauce perhaps just a quick rubber match to follow it up I. think that makes the most sense storylines differently they it'll be interesting. Then to say what what goes on in terms of that push that crosses bang getting because the that that feud with child with eight to come to resolution cross off early like lays bank failure with this ride not show where we go with that. Not, necessarily higher either. What's that?.
"doc bruce" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Get. He was cast to be Bruce. He was not cast to be Batman. It doesn't matter that's fine. No I know that's fine. But he's not. Yeah but he's not itch he should still be able to look like doc Bruce Wayne he should still be able to act like Bruce Wayne granted the majority of Bruce Wayne we saw in Titans was mostly index addicts head. Yup but so it. It's it's his own you know. It's his own. What what do I want to say? His Own E as construct his own everything that that he is dealing with and everything like like when he was fighting Bruce in his head in the prison like he couldn't win a fight in his head against Bruce Wayne because that is the impact. Pack that Bruce has had on his on his psyche and everything that he was going through. So technically if we watch the series we we get maybe what to episodes. That actually have persuaded. Is Bruce Wayne Right. So you know you know Bruce Wayne but one. He wasn't any Glenn. Good actor but he wasn't that good and then and then he's too old Like he's almost sixty. Bruce should only be ten years older than Dick Twelve at most if he's thirteen and he's twenty five twenty six thirteen. You know what I mean. He should be. He shouldn't be thirty years older than Dick Grayson. Listen to period.
"doc bruce" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option
"I. It's such an astute observation that I'm surprised it didn't come from you but I heard somebody or a medium or one of these things that floats your life now. Somebody saying California's now's estate where they'll give you a syringe. But they'll take your your plastic Straw and I think that's that's condensed down about his beautifully and succinctly as one can we're talking to our friend Doug Saunders how's how's your old mandal is great. He's good restaurants back there. There are yeah. I I always loved that place in Georgetown near lower lower part of Georgetown where you go up one block in and there's an Italian place up there on the right off that main Dragon Georgetown. I can't remember remember the name but it's good killer attack brothers in Alexandria out in the BURBS. All right. Well listen. Listen you've always been a good friend US I think and I'm glad you're happy back there and you have a Mary Christmas Debra Saunders. Well of course I will Dennis and I wish you the same Thanks Not Christian normally no nothing last. Twenty twenty okay later daffy that were saunders sweet woman and Saunders I think the Italian she's got hit Jenner Giddy up with the trump but I don't think she wants him gone now obviously he's one of those people. Everybody knows about the risks of driving drunk. Obviously you can get in a crash. People get hurt people get killed but let's take a moment. The look at some surprising statistics almost twenty nine people in the United States. Die Every day in alcohol impaired vehicle crashes. That's it's one person every fifty five minutes. Even though drunk driving fatalities have fallen by a third. The last decades drunk driving crashes still claim more than ten thousand lives each year. Many people were unaware that driving while high could be just as dangerous in two thousand fifteen forty two percent enough drivers killed in crashes tested positive for drugs not so harmless after all is and get this from two thousand seven to two thousand fifteen marijuana use among drivers killed in crashes doubled. The truth is driving while high is deadly. So stop kidding yourself. If you're impaired from alcohol or drugs drugs don't get behind the wheel if you feel different you drive different drive high and get a Dui drive sober or get pulled over you know the thing that is starting to fall on deaf ears for me though people. How many times do I have to hear people if you bring up any success he has? There's a Coterie Odori people who meet their first answer. Anything trump is. I wish he'd stop tweeting. And you think Jeez. I don't know they going to do that for eight years. He's not gonNA stop tweeted. I I always say I wish tweet Moore. I wish he wouldn't come into the oval just stayed in bed in a full suit. I want up to have some day corner tweet. Twenty four he should tweet twenty four seven just for a week just to really there is a there is a day. I think last week where the coverage was that he tweeted one hundred times. And I'm like that doesn't it doesn't really sound like that much. I mean after I see the New Star Wars movie. I'M GONNA probably tweet at least two hundred times it. You know. It's IT'S A it's interesting about tweeting is. I've had days where I was writing a special and I wanted to try a lot of jokes at and then that would lead you just joking in the moment about something or I live tweeden event or something and there have been days where I put up maybe twenty to thirty dirty things down and at the end of them. I did feel dissipated or down on myself. In some way there's something about the The neediness Nina's and I'm not saying for other people. That's their business. Yeah but for me. I got a little depressed and I thought cheese. It must be like Pavlov's dog. Here's something when he gets the corn kernel instead of the electric shock. When you but when you get around forty corn kernels in new and you feel bloated from the maze? I think it was an Improv troupe. Called bloated from the maze. But I couldn't tweet as much as he does but I think he digs it. I look at trump and I go. Why would you think I think like you on any given subject? He's completely different than you. He's Rhino Skin Isn't that funny that You know he has to have rhino skin to protect himself so from the rhinos. Republicans and names only because he's got a lot of hateful people. I literally cannot Pierce. He's like that triceratops I Sara. Tops did fired you know stink pellets out of its horn and they've Hercules. I think that reference as an armor plated dinosaur I thought my God is strength. Must be the ability to just walk through the walls of Fort Knox and no it was flicking bogeys out of his horn. That was his whole thing. Yeah no I think that it Just showed how multifaceted the Hercules were you know. Let me ask you this. Just celebrity death match okay stone from the Hercules versus Benjamin Grimm. Well I think Ben Grimm smarter than them so I think he'll be able to you know he'll he'll bring added liberal. Yeah he's also I mean he's big four play for the blind check Aleisha for him to beat the Shit on somebody. But here's the beauty of marvel that they were somehow able to have amazingly powerful strong other worldly characters and yet I can tell you as somebody who is immersed in that. When I was young there was is never any doubt the brilliance of making the hulk stronger than everything of course? But I mean there's no doubt in your mind you know you can do that with there's something about the unattainable in both the DC universe in the Marvel Universe with Superman obviously but on the other side not another planet planets. Some sort of radiation thing gone wrong but you never questioned that the hall could beat the Shit Out of anybody including I think in Ben fought wants to and the thing about the the thing is that he has a finite amount of strength and the hulk the angrier. He gets the stronger he gets so if he were to start to lose a fight then he's going to actually get stronger all right but let me take this now. We go to the next step. Let's go interconference here. Talk though right. Yeah Well it depends does Does the hulk put on a You know like a pair of Kryptonite brass knuckles and punch him in the face because to begin again with and he would note that so now forget forget ad on now. I'm talking about just raw. straint is it's has. It's something to do with superman getting in I earn Langdon hard-drive Template Superman and you know I don't follow him to the degree Seinfeld doesn't know Jerry's you'd Superman Superman fem from Superman is in fact out of every character invented ever composed the the one absolutely invulnerable one deal kryptonite out of the equation. Well if you take Kryptonite under the tonight I you know it's it's a different. I'm talking about if they started punching each other Hawk and I can see Superman eventually. Raising up bradberry. Type Bruce on hawk. Yeah but hope Superman can just be hit. If there's no KRYPTONITE around Ad Infinitum. He doesn't feel one thing right. Yeah but you have to remember. He's never hurt but she's always remember Hulk Smash all right. That's what it ultimately comes to. You and I don't know that Lindsey has ever been in a room with With the man and been more repulsed by the amount of knowledge that I'm sharing with you on this topic. that this can be hurt right. He can yeah but really superman cannot be hurt just his just his heart you know. Just just come clean with me. He hoped could throw his biggest. Like Harry. Houdini is to challenge people to sucker punch him and his APSO type. And there's some word like what did him in some people think it's banana peel or something and other people say it's him in in the upper hanging upside down in the water but I think what did Harry Houdini in somebody the sucker punch when he wasn't quite ready and it gets sepsis or something. That's that's it happened so superman could do that consumer. Now leave this after this. I just want to try to get on record without Glib Rejoinder Superman beats talk. Hawk canfield pay all can feel pain but You will not get me on record saying that Superman can beat someone. Oh look at that. That's the difference Eh Before saying hall could be eventually knocked. Superman unconscious I think so. I Don I don't think he would kill him but I do think he could just bludgeoned him look. You gotTA bring the Kryptonite back into it. Batman essentially beat him in a in a big screen movie in the last five years Superman because of the Kryptonite so if Batman can beat him through trickery I feel like the hulk can beat him with brute force. Let us know what you think. Leave us a message six five. Nine rant doc Bruce Bruce Banner belted by Gamma Rays turns into the whole forgotten about the last line Before are we go. I did want to get back in on the Sandler thing because Sandler's films says antler versus Hulk Sandler absolutely you. Yeah come on his Cajun man and Awkward Sandler early as one KRYPTONITE opening opposite smarter. Well so that's the that's the interesting interesting. Point of view because Sampler if you look at this list that I have from business insider he is forty ninth In terms of highest grossing movies of May a two point. Eight to five billion dollars which is incredible but You have So much more. The highest grossing is Samuel Jack Asset. Well I- It alternates between Sam Jackson and Harrison Ford. Because Sam Jackson has not only star wars. He also has the marvel movies now but go done that list and see if you see anybody else. That's in the equivalent of like atoms. Not Franchises I I know people in that you could say Mark Hamill's bigger than I am talking about is between one and forty ninety. See any name where it's essentially on their back completely non the mythos of no because I think that that. Yeah this is just the total grosses. I'M GONNA assume the PAYCHECK that sandler gets from one performing producing and everything else. I think he probably makes more money off of his. I think there's only only one guy who might be an I'd love to see Harrison's films outside the Star Wars and in well you can't do that but even with the start. You can't do that. You see what I'm saying that those are star wars films. Those are Indiana Jones films. Blade runner he might give him those because He is in the Anna John's but I'd be interested to see Harrison Ford's total with the Indiana Jones films versus Adams. Total and keep in mind. That Adams is in no franchises. Once you put star wars in its curve. Buster say enforce great. You know the whole the whole curves wreck for the room but I I really. I'd love to hear somebody if you can figure it out over the weekend. I know they're like bill. James like sabermetrics about film grosses..
"doc bruce" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Little welcome you know we thank everybody for coming as the movie will not to applaud because the pacing of the movie was important to the movie were brown jacket and you know what it Bruce yeah you gotta love a meal with you like his music or not he's just such a nice man he's just a good guy you know that I mean isn't to do this you know when he got a guy and it's not like you know he just he's been doing is always life you know doing is sort of a blues the does is because he genuinely loves New Jersey he loves his hometown he's come back to embrace it and he says thanks for coming out thanks for supporting me all these years enjoy western stars of and it had to be the coolest thing and I'm looking at a tape that someone had recorded is no stager anything is just standing in front of the screen everybody's got their phones out of course and no one can believe what they're seeing basically comes out he says we knew we were going on tour so I tried to figure out a way to get the music to you and few have applause I'd save it for the end of the film because the editing and pacing of the film is its own message and this seems to be like the new thing now where movies are shown and then the actor comes out and talks to the crowd a couple weeks ago I was at the Mayo performing arts center with William Shatner and they showed Star Trek the wrath of Khan and then afterwards Schatten when I came out on stage was the coolest thing first of all I'm hang in William Friedkin shatter I would just sitting in a room and you're hearing it he talks like this and he does everything exactly the way you expect Steve how are you it was a fake I got and you know like when you're a room with someone like a famous person and you sit there they really look like the famous price in the we look at it do on television so anyway we did the show the wrath of Khan and then shattered I came out and I basically interviewed me told stories it was great and then afterwards you will get your picture taken William Shatner which was excellent meet and greets were hundred hours whatever Chevy Chase was down at the Borgata being interviewed and he was at the movie Caddyshack the shore caddy shack and outcomes Chevy Chase and that my friend d'angelo comes out with a man he interviews a man like that and John Cusack is doing one for a say anything do I would love to do that I told him that I would live music and told the people said that you want you want ME DO cues I get a heart beat I'll walk out with the freedom bowl box with Peter Gabriel if you ever see ever see say anything you never saw say anything you can go to me even though she's Star Wars you never saw say anything you have a kid one of the greatest movies of the eighties was drug use latest you kidding me great yeah I've seen that I've seen the boombox ever so what else is there to see in that movie apart from the boombox all the stuff that led up to the blue book is a crap R. two D. remember this many come this comes as we had many many a time what life begins in nineteen ninety six Steve I don't need to see the and I know as I say as I talk about stores which came in seventy seven the man goes he's a movie was out twenty is very was born that's different this I want to know we have some time to kill one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five if you could see a movie or rock doc Bruce Weber western stars basically Iraqi did it is burning coals that was really cool if you could see a movie or a rock jock and have a cast member or band member come out afterwards and talk about it what would you like to see and how would you like to hear from how cool would that be imagine that like basically gives you as a birthday present Abby birthday to you he go you choose the movie or the rockumentary and we will have a cast member or a band member hang with you and talk about the movie yeah like when you get DVDs the member the V. D. seven all but the V. D. easy that the was before is that when you when you get the V. days they have the gives you the DVDs where they have like the cut where they actually tell you the movie right they have actors explain the movie magic if you could have that you know in your presence at your house one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five think about who would you like to see what what what would you like to see who would you like to have hang with you about it I mean like imagine like you see the godfather and Marlon Brando I seen the godfather with Marlon Brando we're seeing like taxi with Robert deniro would that be I mean how cool would it have been like imagine there you are the free old the AMC and you're watching Weston stars has the next you eating popcorn is Bros it would be it would be like to Cusack movie high fidelity where Bruce actually does a scene in high fidelity we choose act and that was funny because how did it happen choose I guess the all right what are the odds right what are the odds sometimes is is right is always good sometimes it pays to just ask but think about it one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five if you could see a movie or die all right you know or rock doc I have a cast member or band member come out and talk about it with you and give you the actual story behind the movie that's the cool thing like when you watch some of those DVDs with like you know the people on them they'll tell you like where that is a lot of stuff like where the scene we shot how they're able to get it done why the story's going like this and you could ask him anything about it I mean imagine seeing was the stars in is Bruce and like Bruce it's Daddy hazy takes you one day and you can ask me anything you want how cool would that be if you could pick the movie you could pick the band member or cast member to see it with who would you want to see it with one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five manages see in like the here we go the Irishman with Pacino Pesci in the narrow and just hang with them and watched a movie with them and have them whispered to you all for the work that way we had a chat what about you what would you like to say do I have your own I generate about you or she likes to say well I can tell you something I did experience on eleven eleven eleven November eleventh two thousand eleven I saw a special screening of this is spinal tap and then afterwards they did a Skype session with the whole theater with Kerry Shearer and Michael McKean wow I was really cool as one of the best experiences I've ever had been in a movie theater is great these over this week I mean deal any head is great yeah they stuck pretty much the spinal tap but it was you know people are asking questions from the audience and they were scraping service all the whole theater when we were doing it was awesome you never forget experience like that now I suppose in on rate that thirty now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one one five dot com while the White House has made some changes to their troop withdrawal plan in northern Syria.
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"To the trash next that's the real headache Kim G. tumor talks about combustible unknown combustible garbage the non combustible way she says he's whatever goes in the glass and cans left on the bins dental reused and recycled locally or shipped back to Katmandu for processing anything this posted through the other slot and that includes plastic water bottles is burned in incineration pits you consumed for leases water day on the twelve day hike to base camp in back multiply that by the sixty thousand people who visit annually and that's a awful lot of plastic going up and toxic smoke in the Khumbu just as across the rest of the planet plastic is a problem Buffy done fandom che is a popular hold for truckers and calling this its ceiling is covered in signed expedition tee shirts one subject leader Jason roles as at eight hours he puts a beer in my hand and introduces me to Tommy Gustafson with his penetrating blue eyes and neat ponytail Tommy looks a good deal younger than his sixty years he's originally from Sweden but now the combo is his home and this trash is his mission he's got a plan a plan to turn the region's tourists from the problem into the solution it's cold carry me back truckers revised to to take a one kilo bag back down the trail from base camp each pack contains the shredded remains of forty plastic water bottles and when you get to camp and do all you do is drop it into the designated recycling bin at the airport me estimates that at least twenty percent of crackers will pick up a bank to be compulsory I also tell me smiles we don't want to force people he says point fingers on the hill above the village of free che which stood aside as a Porter pastas she was a slight woman in her twenties a strap around her forehead supported afraid carrying several thousand liters of bottled water Paul used unbalanced she made it look effortless in the long term of course it would be far better to dispense with packaging all together and use local sources but for now if that young woman called hold fifty kilos of bottled water up a steep hill I could certainly manage an extra one kilo of plastic in my rucksack as I pick my way back down the trail towards Lucia Jeremy Grange there you're listening to from our own correspondent on the BBC world service with me on a on an after the so called migrant crisis of summer twenty fifteen when hundreds of thousands of people from the Middle East Asia and Africa made their way into the countries of the European Union many you governments of scramble to try and slammed their doors shot they've used new laws treaties and deals to cut off the means of legal and illegal entry effectively subcontracting other nations along the way like Libya and Turkey to do their immigration enforcement earlier along the route the number of informal entries to the E. U. has plummeted but there are still plenty of boats putting to see this summer in the hope of getting people to the shores of Greece Italy and Malta just over two weeks ago at least one hundred and fifty people died after the boats in which they'd left Libya sank the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa lives far south of the mainland a lot closer to Tunis than it is to Rome and it's an obvious place for leaky boats to aim for Emma Jane Kirby has been there several times before to see how it was coping with an influx of people and she's just been back to hear what if anything has changed doctor pitcher Bartolo blinks at me from the top of the halt bleached staircase that leads up to his apartment and needs his knuckles into his eyes a few times I apologize for waking him and he protests feebly that he hasn't been sleeping just resting a little he makes his way slowly down the stairs I see him fiddling with his mobile phone by the time he reaches me in the lobby it's ringing Pronto he says wearily talking the mobile under his ear and offering his hand no no he protests to whoever is on the phone I wasn't I was that there was a problem with the mobile anyway how can I help when I first met doctor bottler three years ago what plan produces hospital he looked completely exhausted he was completely exhausted suffering from a fever and have been called out twice in the night to tend to newly arrived sick migrants I remember during our interview but his phones had never stopped ringing and that he'd hold his fax machine against the office wall in frustration to stop its incessant beeping when a cheeky four year old girl from Mali thus through his office door and climbed into his lap for a couple I can say recalled how he threw back his head in delight and told me this was why he did his job this was why it was worth the exhaustion Dr Bartolo isn't can produce a stock to anymore thirty years he reminds me he's been visiting migrants meeting every landing treating the injured performing autopsies on those who didn't survive but nothing changes he says looking up at me with his heavy lidded eyes the to circled with doc Bruce Chandos I've written books taken part in documentary films what what can I do so I've come to Brussels he explains quietly maybe from there I can change things October tolo has exchanged medicine for politics in March this year he was selected as a member of the European Parliament he's proud he says to be part of the working party tossed with reforming the Dublin regulation an E. you little the determines which E. U. member states is responsible for dealing with the migrants application for asylum sometimes as we talk he dives deep into the a pake lingua franca were Strasbourg in Brussels effortlessly breathing directives recommendations and binding legislative acts I'm quite suddenly he surfaces sputtering in playing the Talian how is it possible he smells but it's becoming a crime to save someone at sea Italy's populace deputy prime minister Matteo salvini has banned civilian or NGO search and rescue ships and recently even the Italian Coast Guard from talking that Italian ports if the carrying asylum seekers salvini believes rescued migrants should simply be returned to Libya pointing out that on the currency rules if migrants disembark on Italian soil it'll be up to Italy to process the passengers asylum claims and why he also should Italy sub as Europe's refugee camp but more people are dying off his talked about tolo tightly squeezing his mobile it his right fist more people than ever in fact the overall total of deaths has fallen but the risks are higher than ever in twenty seventeen one out of every forty one people attempting to make the perilous Mediterranean crossing from North Africa to Italy drowned on route today far fewer migrants are attempting the journey but with limited search and rescue facilities one in six amount dying at sea once the U. N. refugee agency not far from doctor bottlers house the parish church of Lampedusa office some rest bite from the pitiless sun hanging over the altar the figure of Christ is crucified on a stock cross made out of the rock Knowles from shipwrecked migrant boots a gift from pope Francis to thank the commissioners for the humanitarian work they do to help desperate migrants who land on the island in the European elections last spring St Vinnie's right wing nationalist llega party came first in a producer Dr Bartolo is close to tears when he tells me how homesick he feels in Brussels and what a wrench it's been to leave his island and his calling but here I only see suffering he protests account make it change he holds his head in his hands when I solve the problem I'll come back he says with force determination staring at the curb I'll be the doctor of Lampedusa again because once a doctor always a doctor is mobile phone begins to vibrate in his hand and he clears his throat Pronto says M. E. P. actual bottle in a different voice Emma Jane Kirby in Europe the summer months have their own magic and their own rituals the music festivals the crowded beaches the long holidays for many it's and the delete time but maybe not for some people living in French villages where the very sounds of the countryside have become rather controversial as more and more outsiders have moved into small communities there have been some serious disputes now one mayor is battling to preserve what he sees as a way of life under threat here's Chris Bockman if you think a letter writing has gone out of fashion think again in the small village of gas Jack south of Bordeaux outside he's beautifully restored farmhouse med Bruno di honest you sexual is dealing with this post he's received hundreds of handwritten letters in response to his appeal for protected status for rule life in France the writers come from a cross section of society doctors retirees farmers they're writing to express their support for the man and sometimes to reveal their own grievances and these days those are often with neighbors were originally from the city the may usually looks out for the interest of gash acts four hundred residents but he clearly struck a deeper chord when you Roach and open letter courting for national protected status for everything that you would associate with French village life from the crow very noisy and frisky rooster in the morning to the sound of the church bells or clock chiming individual or maybe to the moves from grazing cattle all of these he tells me are under threat from you do well as moving in and asking local mess like himself the band or remove those disturbances he said the final straw was hearing of one resident in a nearby village having to fill in her pond because the mating frogs were making too much racket a court had ruled in favor of for complaining neighbor a woman has been taken to court on the resort island of older home near the port city of level shed by second homeowner because her rooster is much too vocal the mess public appeal for rule noises to be considered for national heritage status quickly gathered support from several local MPs a promise to take up the issue in parliament and launch a wider debate one assistance senator even to Amicale who's also mad of the beautiful south western town of software degree N. has voiced his support for the campaign and told me what the root of the problem pretty lies he says there are two kinds of people moving to the French countryside first there are those who embrace country life and everything it stands for and perhaps surprisingly he includes British expatriates in this group but then he explains there is another group French workers have been forced out of big towns and cities by high property prices and have no choice but to live far from that what places and injure expensive commutes they feel stranded in rule pocket swear they have no ties or desire to integrate and little money to spare on top of that with employers encouraging staff to work from home one day a week rule of life suddenly seems more like a punishment the French government's paas new rules to allow more people to work from home it believes up to sixty percent of professions could be affected in the long run however recently a French consultancy firm warned that while well paid white collar workers in Paris have embraced the concept it increases the sense of isolation for less skilled workers far from city centers in Bruno G. onus is vintage cash at the.
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"Thirty years he's been visiting migrants meeting every landing treating the injured performing autopsies on those who didn't survive but nothing changes he says looking up at me with heavy lidded eyes circled with doc Bruce Chandos the row over rural noise in France a woman has been taken to court on the resort island of or your home by second homeowner because her rooster is much too vocal and let's talk about sex baby well some people would really prefer you didn't if sex outside of marriage is shameful in Arab societies and having a child outside of wedlock well the Arabic term for an illegitimate child if the harm or son of the forbidden says it all all that and cleaning up the trash littering the Himalayas on from our own correspondent after this bulletin of BBC world news BBC news hello on Gerry Smith the Saudi led coalition in Yemen says it's intervened militarily tickled to combat threats against the internationally recognized government in the city of Agen the coalition said it had launched a strike against sudden separatists who sees key military positions is not clear whether this is under my deceased father the coalition and the savages said they they greet until recent days the separatists in the Saudi led grouping which includes the United Arab Emirates sweat allies Barbara Bodine a former US ambassador to Yemen says this might have changed the MRI days and the Saudis the coalition have been on increasingly separate and divergent agendas in what is going to happen in Yemen most importantly illustrated by the MRI the decision to pull its ground forces out of Yemen and out of the fight and that has changed both the political topography and the strategic topography in Yemen and a very significant way thousands of anti government protesters in Hong Kong have taken to the streets for a tenth consecutive weekend some demonstrators have defined the police to hold illegal gatherings large authorize Ronnie is also underway alternate correspondent statement don't is that I'm in Victoria pock.
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"Show. Nope. Great. It's an exclusive here on this week and more Sam Richardson was on. Let's play. Oh nice. So he's a fun guy. He is I could talk to David in particular for hours because the dude loves classic comics. He's a huge collector. We didn't even get into the fact that he co wrote a book about Star Wars concept. Art, oh, which is fascinating. I have to say it's always surprising to me. How many comedy writers love comic books? But I think that comic books make you a better screenwriter because you're sensually doing storyboards for a film all the time. I would say cow books. Make you better at everything. I agree with you. Ryan great now onto the interviews. David good morning. How you doing good morning? How are you? I'm doing fantastic. So on this weekend marvel what we usually like to start with is what is your marvel origin story. How did you? First get connected to our characters stories books was a cartoon was the actual comics. What was it for you? I definitely have like early memories of those old marvel like cartoons. You know, doc Bruce banner melted by GAM. So I definitely remember that. I certainly remember the Spiderman cartoon which I grew up here in New York City was on channel five in the morning. So I remember that. And then I remember going like early like school book fairs like at my my school, and my mom buying me. Like the little paperback editions of the Stanley. Steve Dicko Spiderman stuff it was like a little box set of those. And so that's the stuff. I really remember in terms of the exposure. And then I think I had. Origins and son of origins at some point. So I kind of that. And then I started buying things on the stand. I remember, you know, like, you know, the gateway drug is spider-man's first Spiderman, and I remember picking up early X men, but what I was picking up. But I didn't realize I was a kid was I was buying X men reprints of the old like Kirby, chick stone stuff. And I didn't know it was reprint. So I was reading expediting. This is great. And I think I was doing the same thing with vendors. I was reading ROY Thomas Jomvu semi like some say the world will end in fire whatever, but not knowing I was reading reprint, Sean at some point..
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"Bruce banner jolted by jolted by Gama rays changes into the hulk unglamorous. Yeah. That's not even a word. But that those were the lyrics doc Bruce banner jolted by gamma rays changes into the hulk anti unglamorous and as a kid you just go. Yeah. He has no alternative as unglamorous than he is obviously unglamorous. Hi, everybody. It's Bill, and it's Wendy. The reason for this is that we lost STAN Lee. There's no word I wanna say legend legend isn't enough to describe Stanley and all he gave us years icon. Yeah. Without a doubt. We'll talk about him quite a bit. Gary Kula Bono. Who means so much to the world of comics here in Chicago will join us in just a little while. We'll talk about Stanley now during the crossover a few moments ago. Justin is the one who brought this up. He said to us. Do do you think there's anybody in pop culture that meant more than STAN Lee when you think about all all he gave us over the years, and the names that we came up with included George Lucas, Lorne Michaels, Steven Spielberg, I left off probably the biggest name of all Walt. Disney Walt Disney. Disney was mentioned as he mentioned just mentioned that right away, Walt. Disney would be probably. Yeah. He said, you know, do you think Stanley's the biggest icon around? I mean, of course, you have Walt Disney then. Yeah. I didn't hear George Lucas. He mentioned. Yeah. He was definitely and Lorne Michaels was a great call. I you well, no television show in history has had more impact on society in terms of running characters and catch phrases, and and just the duration of the show. It's been on. Since we were in grade school. It's still running. So all that thrown in. And you know, the the man pulling the puppet strings on that is is Lorne Michaels. So you have to give him a good one by that criterion. Although I think he comes up short it'd be met Greg too, right? Sure. Singular impact not nand craning from Simpson's right known primarily for the Simpsons stone age, I think I'd put him in there. He would probably be. So we're talking about. What would you say the last fifty or one hundred years top twenty for sure? Yeah. Because but Lauren Mike Lynch Saturday Night Live had so many different character. Oh, yeah. Walt Disney in so many different Stanley. And yes, Simpson's are pretty singular. So well, he did. Yeah. Yeah. He he's done. A couple of other television shows nothing as impactful, of course, is the Simpsons. But isn't that the longest running animated show? Yuppie show. Wow, sixty minutes. I think Steve has it by a couple of minutes a cartoon anymore. Anyway. No women on this list. There should be at least one or two at least one or two women on this. And I'm trying my best to think of who that would be and I'm not coming up with a name. And that's that's awful. Shouldn't there be at least a at least a few? Silence. That sucks. The point. I'm trying to find words for is that unfortunately, women were didn't have the opportunities until thirty or four Leo Johnson. Should be thrown in there. Thank you. Texter? Jim Henson's good way in there. Yeah. There's no doubt about that one. And that's for sure. Vampire carpet guy. The emperor carpet guy. Many Mohan Jack the pep boys would certainly be a whole world sock and about the everyone's talking. Oprah's not in this issue. No, no, not right. I know my disturbing material is a little weird because you know. The criteria would be just the impact. It has uncultured Papa. All right. Okay. If you're going to do that, then Oprah. I mean, maybe why not. The Stanley doesn't resonate with me. Bill. No, not really. And in fact, his the success now of these those silly superhero movies are keeping good movies are being made. There are allowed to go to the movies. But I mean Oprah had had a had a profound effect on me. Older people, but you have to admit like if you just all right? So you're not a comic book guy. But if you just walk down the street, you're going to see his influence, you're going to see people wearing captain America, t shirts or ironman, hats or some. I mean, it's inevitable. No matter where you go. You got to bump into that. I think Oprah I don't they have look at her book sales all the millions and millions of books. She sold doesn't it plan? The age groups like, you know, young people and old delight or think these people are at conic young people couldn't give a rat's patootie if I may borrow a phrase from what's her name? Donald right. They don't care about Oprah. Yeah. I I don't know about. Because I was going to say I love over as you say you and Oprah friends not yet. She hasn't friend to be. All right. Tell fending dangling carrot call me, and I'll put in there, a caller. And texter are both saying similar things that J K Rowling could probably you could make the argument that she could be in there. Tom. Yeah. I don't know if you're just looking for American icon people are, you know, worldwide, but Jake you're wrong. But Harry Potter's there's something to that. Empire. I want so badly for there to be in this list. So that wasn't it makes the most sense. I think right. Well, that's the one. I thought I guess what about Vicki Lawrence. Oh my God. Why don't you? Vicki lawrence. Steven Joyce DeWitt get together for lunch salad lunch. That's the night. The lights went out in Georgia. Thank you very much. You guys are pop icon. Oh, yes. Well, sure. Yeah. Mostly diet. You. All right. Let's take a break. And then more discussion sticker on its Bill and Wendy on WGN. Nice.
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"We know that those things happened, by the way, that's a felony. Right. We know that Jim Komi lied to the FBI. He was questioned about those lakes. There's been no prosecution Jim Kelly, but there has to be accountability. Let me tell you. It's amazing to me that Jim Komi who supposedly has they? Book on loyalty higher calling only hired calling was for Jim call me to profiteer off of death. Right. He was making notes on his work, computer. And then saying, hey, these are my personal records. It doesn't work that way. And he has a messiah complex like we have never seen. And I am hopeful that somebody holds Jim Komi an agent McCabe and the rest of the folks at the FBI accountable because if that were mere you we all be in jail. Oh, absolutely. I mean, we remember when James Comey testified before congress that he was asked by Radcliffe, John congressman Ratcliffe if. When did he decide to not prosecute Hillary Clinton? And he said it was after the FBI is make believe interview with her. But no that wasn't true. Because we he wrote those draft FBI memo's clearing, Hillary Clinton months before. So that's that's the smoking gun. I mean, he lied. I'm there's no way in spending that and so why hasn't Jeff Sessions prosecuted him or held him accountable for this? The ten thousand dollar question. Why is he not been accountable? We know that up your or and and these guy struck, Bruce doc, Bruce or right all were in on the joke. They all look we went to Hillary Clinton's emails in a matter of twelve hours. And there was nothing in there. We use it focus pocus magic to see that. There was nothing in there. It's not true the truth is they lied on the five application Jim Komi knew about it. Rod Rosenstein was part of it. They were literally in defiance of the fourth amendment spying on American citizens on domestic soil purely for political purposes, but we delineate in the book is the fact that their first application to the court was denied by the judge of which less than two percent. And normally denied it was denied by the judge because the judge said this looks like you want to spy on members of an opposing pull. Go party for partisan reasons. I hope that's not what you're doing. And they said, well, you're on a we'll go back and rewrite the application as a matter of fact, the application was so agree. Yes. We've effort to be declassified. They haven't done it. But the judge off the bench in an amazingly unusual move any call they nother judge to ask the question doesn't look like a partisan opportunity despite American and the second judge concurred and said, absolutely. You cannot approve that buys a warrant. Andy mccade knew about it. Peter Struck knew about it Colmey body rod Rosenstein, robotics valley eight who about it. They lied to spy on American citizens bundle Mesic soil and not one person has been held accountable for that yet. That's right. And it makes you wonder some people asking are some of these Pfizer court judges anti-trump activist judges because why haven't the judges the judges hauled all these people in and say, you did all these things that were wrong violated the rules violated the regulations because they omitted who paid for the dirty dossier. They admitted the DNC's role and everything that was a key information. And as you know, Corey you worked in law enforcement, a material emission is ally. I mean, you can't they make so many material omissions in these FIS applications, why aren't the judges? Keeping holding them accountable. We know Jeff Sessions hasn't but doesn't defies a court. Judges have some sort of responsibility to do so. Yes. And by signing a five application, you are basically saying under the penalty of perjury that everything that application is accurate. They went through painstaking process to make sure that they didn't go volunteer. The information they had obtained actually came from the Clinton campaign. They went through painstaking statement to make sure that they never said that the person who was their source on them actually with a paid operated by the Clinton operation amazing. What they've gotten away with the judge was either lied to and Lisa page and Peter truck and Lisa page petty private text message exchange, which I put in the book that they know of a judge who just appointed to the bench, and they were trying to find a way to get to him through a social event. Particularly a party because they can have a conversation about getting their five application approved because the first one was not approved that would be tour against these two with a dirty dirty. And they knew it, and they didn't care, and they have not been held accountable yet. That's right and one way to fix that would be the court judges hauling them before a panel. And it makes one wonder are they activist judges who are inculcates with these corrupt officials at the FBI because if not why aren't they doing their job, they should have hauled all these bad actors before the court, the magistrate months and months ago. What is he doing? Why are they waiting? Exactly right in the problem is we're not even allowed to go by and large who sits on the court. Right. So our ability to go back and put pressure on the limited because it's such a secret. We can't review the applications. We can't know what was in the application. We can't know who the judge even was heard the case. And that's what is so wrong. You've got a Turney from the department of Justice the FBI and a number of long fourth because he's lying to judges to their own political gain to spy an American citizen. It unheard of. And let me tell you something if this would have been done by the George W Bush administration on the Barack Obama administration. Scandal. Yes. Century would be in prison right now. It would be treasonous because they did the Donald Trump, and they never thought they were going to get caught there's been no accountability. It's shocking. And it's really frightening for the tire integrity of of our Justice system. Corey before you go. We just want to ask you now that the Democrats have taken control of the house and effectively make President Trump a lame duck president because how is he going to be able to get any piece of legislation through. Donald Trump is the greatest dealmaker country has ever seen. He has worked his entire life with Democrats in the state of New York to get his real estate projects done in Florida. He knows how to work across party lines. When it's the right thing to do. And when it becomes transportation infrastructure funding. He's going to work with the house to get that done when it comes to making sure that people have access to good quality healthcare. And and that pre existing conditions are covered. He's going to reach across party in line to get that done. You can't shut the government down for two years simply because Nancy Pelosi's become the speaker, you have to find a way to work together. Bill Clinton actually, find a way to do it. Barack Obama found a way to do it. Donald Trump is better than both of them. He will absolutely find a way to work across the aisle to get things done for the American people. Awesome. And the American people will just win just even more because of it. Absolutely. Well, we to congratulate you and David Bossie on your latest. Is sure to be a best seller? Trump's enemies how the deep state is undermining the presidency. Congratulations on another great book. Can't wait to read it. And thanks for joining us today. Thank you have a great day. You to take care Corey. We were just speaking with Corey Lewin. Douse gate. Great interview. We'll have that online. At Boston Herald radio. We're going to take a quick break and stay with us on the other side. We're super excited to welcome Sydney Powell. She's up next a Boston hell radio..
"doc bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Key thing but they weren't kitty singing in the teens and twenties and they were an and strangely enough the marvel movies is kind of a melding of that tired genre and now the movies are continued into each other i love the way our our michael serialized television is today most tv shows you know game in franz whatever it is they're they're giant breaking that there's cereals there your serialized dramatic programming and i put they're doing with the marvel movies is just and of course as someone as i'm gonna i don't i don't know if we talked about it but i assume you you're like me you grow i grew up i think i might be older than you but i grew up in the sixties as a kid the original marvel superhero your stanley jack kirby i read those comics when they came out you know what i mean and thing is what i love about these marla movies they rekindle that that love that i had those movies when i was a kid i i see it on screen those those are the characters are the things they were do i put a gun to your head hardiman sub mariner oh cool sore yeah and captain america you could sing all of those gantry cartoon came up with rob ably could probably currently let's test i wanna hear you do the words to the hulk and keeping my voice recite them do shakespeare right now let's see i remember doc bruce banner.
"doc bruce" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A wedding w g ends ryan burrow has more in he series quest for gold in 2016 alexa caenaro then alexis emeka was having terrible abdominal pains preval eating laminant and he was trying to come in pipo and every time ever go in for it i knew the type of donald what was wrong i would go on a day where i was feeling okay and nothing would show up in the scans or cash that they raise an issue this all coming is alexa was readying to marry her figure skating partner chris cabanera the ceremony was at risk by never went complete that night but you know woke up still vomiting and eleven o'clock as approaching for haired make time and i still was it healing gray but luckily cited by the time the fair though he started and we had the most beautiful wedding day but after switching doc bruce in undergoing three surgeries alexa was able to get the issue under control in just over a year later she and chris are readying to compete on the world stage at the olympics any one here and take a lie utilize marker game you enjoy the experience gochi then and then half the perks mobile for ourselves set um you know we always wanted to improve from their last complication each time so we can keep growing had at least be vr very bad there is that i dream that when you can you and your partner are just that it can screening in hugging one.
"doc bruce" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The station new jersey one at one point five news starts now it's ten o'clock i'm the yellow person having our report this hour one month after 24yearold woman disappeared from her patterson apartment complex passaic county prosecutors are still searching for clues tonight choline may have been abducted from the complexes parking lot for glasses and blood were found their police have done multiple doortodoor searches bell finding anything new coal his father says he discover that she had filed a restraining order against someone to protect herself and her young son but he doesn't know the name of that person her phil murphy made equal pay the subject of his first action in office he signed an executive order on tuesday barring state agencies from asking job applicants their salary history and says it should be taken statewide through a new law puree now we begin the process of bulldozing the roadblocks that have kept women for being paid fairly that have kept many women of color from fulfilling their dreams of entering the middle class amid have allowed or wage gap too just a first executive orders often use to send a message about a governor's priorities chris christie signed eight his first day as governor of the first of which froze all proposed regulations john course ons first expanded financial disclosures decode he's created a task force on mental health a new medical society of new jersey reports show set of the almost twenty three thousand patient care doctors in new jersey give the state of fifty five billion dollar economic boost while providing nearly two hundred eighty two thousand jobs medical society ceo larry downed says of the thousands of practising doctors and their offices zulia an economic driver earthy he says that includes the purchase of millions in goods and services the economic bread for medical practice who include green clay concurred purchase at killed 10 purchase of equipment supplied with down says unfortunately new jersey is still exporting many more doc bruce who.
"doc bruce" Discussed on X96
"A company where they've been self insured for years yeah they they had by it out on the marketplace and but but but what is interesting about widow tears doing here too is they're building their own health clinic and there we'll have doc bruce and and if you get sick in your door terra employee or a family member you go to the clinic you go to hell delivered over real doctors real dr every night no they're not going there they're not going to try and cure we going with the oil the oil on you knowledge it's a great day it's a great idea that idea and it's great they're doing it she as his looking into allegations that two jeremy a groped an actress and sexually harassed her when they were doing entourage he says i did not i did not do what he's emphatically denying it dustin hoffman as apologized after an actress accused him of sexually harassing her when she was to 17 it was during the filming of the tv production of death of a salesman the dustin hoffman did which was really good he made a joke that we can't repeat on the air care it can now i don't know that you should new said one morning i went to his dressing room to take his breakfast order he looked at me grinned and then he said i'll have a hardboiled egg and the softboiled clitoris his entourage burst out laughing i left speechless i was only seventeen i didn't know what to make of it i went in the bathroom and cried apparently he did it because he say he said he's sorry for that so i think that's the only allegation and then of course.
"doc bruce" Discussed on KOMO
"On this day in nineteen twenty eight buddy the first seeing eye dogs made his debut nineteen fifty four solar power the first solar battery was unveiled by bill telephone laboratories and in nineteen sixty two my that's right the marvel comic book the incredible hulk debuted on newsstands any he was gray before they turned green doc bruce vanderbilt by gamma rays turns into the hulk eighty unglamorous remember the little mermaid cartoon what the evil ursula wanted from aerial woman we'll in nineteen sixty four vandals sawed off the head the little mermaid statue in copenhagen denmark ursula only wanted her voice in nineteen ninety the hubble telescope was deployed in orbit from the space shuttle discovery boy way of certainly seen some things through the hubble nineteen fifty nine the saint lawrence see way open to shipping ten years ago brushing off a presidential veto threat house past two hundred eighteen the two hundred eight a one hundred twenty four billion dollar supplemental spending bill that ordered us troops to start coming home from iraq in the fall of two thousand seven and the number one country song that day was by carrie underwood.