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Fresh update on "doug " discussed on Schlereth and Evans
"Ken versus sports station one O four three the fan presents. And Evans. That's a veteran. That is a veteran move. Murph. Is it just me Friday? Here we go. Best of the years it just means give you a chance to. Here's all we ask, by the way, of is it just me Friday? Give us God takes on the Ramos law dot com text line. 303-713-1043. Opinionated? Funny? Snark. Heavy on the snark. Here we go. Is it just me or Sean Payne's offense? Won't work on an outdoor field with elements with a QB that can't read a defense or throw accurately. Well, those two different issues right there. Right. It has nothing to do with being on grass. So first and foremost, let's just paid man in can set all kinds of records and throw 55 touchdowns and 5500 yards outdoors. Let's tamper that down. Now, reading a defense and throwing it accurately. Yeah, those are issues. But I would say that he seemed to find a way in Seattle to be able to overcome those issues. And smart coaches can figure out, here's where we're going with the football and this is where we want you to this world we want you to go with it kind of a run one read route and you program enough of those in there and they're successful and then on the other stuff you say, hey man, go to school yard make something happen. Yeah, certainly you can have success. So anything you can cut all of those things together. So they didn't Seattle for 9 years. Or ten years, you went to 9 pro bowls. Can Sean Payne make rusty the field better? Or at this point is it old dogs and new tricks? It's a great quote. I think you can help I think you always get better. You can always get better at reading things out. I think some of it is some of it is how you read it out. And how you design it. So I'll give you, for instance. I had this conversation last year, probably last spring some time with Doug flutie. And it has been something that has resonated with me ever since. So when you're throwing the quick passing game and you have the height of a Doug flute or a Russell Wilson or one of these shorter quarterbacks, you're quick passing game has to be in that window between guard and tackle when the tackle sets and the guy moves up field that opens up a window, kind of between the hashes and the sideline. Not really the hash is more like just 5 inside the numbers, right? That's where your quick game has to thrive in. Your quick game can't thrive right over the guards and in the center where a lot of bigger quarterbacks quick game thrives. So you've got to alter where your quick game goes. If you come in here, try to run the quick game, and I had this conversation with Nathaniel Hackett. Hey, my quick game and my gotta have it plays. You might go to things where you complete 50% of your passes are from tight end to ty ghost tight end. A yards deep, that window right in the middle of the football field. You know what? That's where a short quarterback loses vision. So that was one thing that Doug told me. So you got to slide outside on the quick game stuff. And the other thing he said is, man, I hate throwing double moves. I hate throwing double moves because double moves or balls that I know have to hitch. Like 5 step drop that has to hitch because if I know I have to hitch, you know what happens? I got to step up the hitch. The hitch is the fake the pump fake, right? So 5 steps in you, whom hitch and you'd move up, hitch and you move up. Well, if you move up one or two hitches and a pressure is coming at you from a bunch of 6 6 defensive linemen in 6 6 offensive line in front of you. You know what you lose? All the vision. So dougie told me, hey man, I don't want to throw I don't want to throw a double move outside. I want to throw a go. I want double moves. I want to be able to see it and let loose of it. And so I think you have to alter the plays with a hitch. I think you have to alter some of that stuff and get the ball out of the quarterback's hands. At the numbers, essentially. So you've got that natural window to throw. So if I was looking at Drew Brees highlights over the weekend, that's what I'd see. Well, now Drew Brees is a different story. Drew Brees is 6 foot tall, but if you remember the wager breeze dropped and the way he operated Drew Brees, remember him looking out of the tippy top of his helmet, his neck all stretched and he'd be on his tiptoes. Drew Brees was 6 foot plated 6 foot four, because he's played on his tippy toes. Interesting. Okay. So a little bit of a different mechanically Drew Brees just look different than anybody else in the pocket. And Drew Brees threw a lot, but most of the throws he made that were in the middle of the field were deeper throws, not the underneath the quick throws, were not underneath like that. Because I've done enough games to go, hey man, he'll throw that he'll throw that 18 yard dig. He'll eat you alive on the curl on the 12 year curl in the 18 yard dig at the numbers at the numbers. 12 yards deeper, 18 yards deep. That's where he made his living. So yeah, you know what? And I look at what you did with Russell and you asked him to do things that physically I think he's not capable of doing. So you've got to change that stuff. Can recipe a tippy toe quarterback? I don't know that you want to make them a tippy toe. I'm going to start, I think that's a new term. Okay, we got to be a TP tow quarterback. One other thing I would like to do is the scouting season. We will have Cecil on. I think we need to continue to develop some new, some new false scouting terms. That catch on. Yeah, this was credit. Acts like he knows exactly what you're talking about. And he'll roll with it. He's like, I've never heard that term before, but so it must be true, so let me react to it. Into the scouting community. And he just is throwing out terms that we made up. Hey, listen, whatever the quarterback, CJ Stroud. How's his ability to throw on his tippy toes? Yeah. See a tippy toe quarterback? Oh, in this draft is a tippy toe quarterback. Can he be a tall toe quarterback? Morning Brooke coming up next. It's time for your morning brew, grab a cup of Joe and get caught up on everything you need to
Will Basic Training Accept a Teenager Today?
"A teenager an 1820 year old, 21 year old, whatever, going into the army, any of the branches, because right now there is a mandate where it was, okay? But it was still left to the commands to implement operationally. Okay, so a 20 year old wants to go into the army right now and air force right now. Will the basic training accept them? Will they be able to go to basic training without a shot? My understanding and I say that very carefully is yes. Doug, but you nailed it because he left himself a lot of wiggle room and that operational importation. So it's going to be one of our first hearings with and I'm not sure if it'll be a full armed services committee or my subcommittee. But that's going to be right out the gate is how is this being implemented throughout the force and how is it affecting recruiting and how is it affecting retention? So TBD, I'll have to come back to you month and let you know how it's actually being implemented. Well,
Fresh update on "doug " discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Was asked about the significance. You'll be on the world stage. And have two black quarterbacks starting on the Super Bowl. I think it's special and I've learned more and more about the history of the black quarterback since I've been in this league and the guys that came before me and Jalen set the stage for this and now I'm just glad that we can kind of set the stage for guys that are the kids that are coming up now. Doug Williams was the first Super Bowl black PB that was 35 years ago. John stash and we're Bloomberg sports, Nathan. Thank you John Bloomberg sports is brought to you by Audi. Don't let someone else drive off in the Audi model. You've always wanted. Visit your local tri state Audi dealer to get behind the wheel of yours today or visit Audi offers dot
Rep. Mike Waltz on 'Stopping the Bleed' in the Armed Services
"I had though market and look at this goes, again, I'm dealing with recruitment and, you know, in the chaplain court, we're dealing with recruitment all over this and issues here. And we've seen it go with the struggles here, especially with who can get in and how age and everything else. But one of the issues that seems to be coming up is that you mentioned 25,000 short. That doesn't account for what has happened when we had those that we lost due to mandates or leaving and things like that. So especially just so you set the 25 here, you are already in a whole in many of these units that are not accounted for in that 25,000. You'll pass this. I would love to hear this because I hear this a lot from folks. I just want your sort of give your take on it. Everybody, a lot of people in the military. It's mixed. You had the mixed opinion of the NDAA, where they said, okay, no more vaccine mandate. And you had, you know, 98% of the military said, wait, we've already been forced to take this. We get it. But then at the same point, it made no provision at all for those who had been put in IR or others to our career issues. What are you hearing now? You're going to be in charge radius. What are you hearing now? The next steps. Well, first things first, you know, I mean, we negotiated and I give Kevin McCarthy a lot of credit. He took it to the president in a very forceful way and said, we're not going to get a defense bill. We're not going to get any spending bills until we drop the vaccine mandate. Because the mill on top of the 25,000 we fell short, the National Guard and reserves were on the verge of discharging another 20,000. So first we had to stop the bleeding. And save those 20,000 from being discharged and we dropped the vaccine mandate in the last defense Bill, but also in there, Doug was a mandate for The Pentagon to come back to us in the armed services committee and tell us what it's going to take to make people home. And it's not just back pay or drill pay, but it also, I mean, there are service members who didn't get to go to the schools that they needed. Oh yeah, required for promotion. They haven't gone to certain training. So now they've fallen out of certification, whether that's pilots or medics or cyber warriors. They were expelled from deployments. Or held back from deployment. So it is going to be a much more complicated issue. And
Doug and Congressman Mike Waltz Discuss Serving Your Country
"Both are still in. I'm in the air force, you know, you're in the army as well. And this is something that I think is there. Recruitment, a lot of these issues are down. We were at a, I did some of my drill time when I was in New York when I was in D.C.. It actually at a unit there for reserve is in Washington. Some three star general former personnel folks who came in. Now, I'm not saying I've completely agree with what they're saying, but it was an interesting project when I came in and said, look, we're at a point now to where we really need to consider the draft again. We really need to consider this issue of bringing people in like you said. Now, there's an immediate repulsion of that. Oh, we can't do that. We're getting fine. Yeah. But my long-term here. And one of the first arguments, and it was an interesting argument. And I won't name the Republican who actually made the argument, but he said, well, you know, that means that cohesion and morale and everything will go down and they say they didn't in World War I it didn't World War II in Korean it didn't Vietnam. He said, it explained that so it was an interesting argument. I know we're not there, but is at least there's some conversations saying we got to do something different. Well, you know, a couple of things. One, you know, I don't think you have to wear a uniform to serve your country. You can there's a fema volunteer core for disaster relief. There's national parks, there's inner city tutoring. There's rural medicine. But you learn leadership, discipline, teamwork, followership, and you serve something besides yourself with people who don't look or act or came from the same place that you do. So I think there's that's why I call it national service, number one. Number two, I do think we'd have a hell of a time going back to a draft. The Israelis do it, but their population is 9 million is approaching 350. But Doug, you know, I mean, you've got Elizabeth Warren talking about just giving college away and Bernie talking about deaf relief. I think society should get something in exchange for that. I think that's healthy for the citizen. And for the citizenry,
Nashville Songwriters Association's Bart Herbison on Gordon Lightfoot
"Tell you, Gordon Lightfoot story. So we used to we have the world's largest songwriters festival late March early April. You've been ten pants out. We do a hundred shows, 400 riders, and 5 nights. We take over the town, and it's amazing. And one of my favorite parts is you never know who's going to show up. But we used to kick it off. We don't do it anymore for a lot of reasons. With the legend show. And this night it was Gordon Lightfoot, Donna Summer. I think kitty wells. It's just potpourri through time of fantastic songwriters, songwriter artist. And I think Gordon would acknowledge this. Gordon, you know, he's been doing this for 50 something years. So he agrees to do it, but look, he doesn't really have a relationship with us. He does it because of the other songwriters who are going to be on that Bill. I think America was on that Bill. It was an unbelievable show. And so it was a little high maintenance. Gordon goes, I need private jets. I need this and we just can't do it. So he ends up paying his own way down there. And it was in the tens of thousands. And like, go to my dressing room, whatever. Until the show started. And he walks out of the dress and I saw him watched on a summer, I saw him watch kitty wells, and he started crying. Because Bart, Bart, this is why I did it in the first place. I hadn't felt this in years. And so he does his gig, stunning. He goes back and calls me the next morning in Canada, and we're both a little weepy and he goes. At least for a moment, it took me back to why I did this in the first place. And that just meant so much to me because as you know, we're a songwriter town. And the artistry and the staging and the big stadiums and the smoke bombs. But when it's just you and a guitar, there's something emotional about that and Gordon felt it. I am proud we made him feel that for a night.
Bart Herbison and Doug Share Stories About Elvis
"And I share a my birthday in his death day. August 16th. August 16th, he died on my birthday. And I told the story the other day on one of the podcasts about my next door neighbor Beatty, who, again, lucky you loved Elvis and everything and she came running across all my birthday party. He's dead, he's dead. He's dead. We thought it was. I mean, I thought of her husband and died and it was Betty talking about Elvis and died. And so, you know, the sharing this. So the last part where they actually showed real video of him in those last concerts where he was bloated. He was there. I mean, some of those actually, those are memories are not memories for me. Those are actually, I saw those concerts. That's all. So it was really, really interesting to just see. Well, one last Elvis plug and a story. Peter go around a controversial author. And he was very controversial when he wrote to John Lennon book and the Elvis book too. There's two Elvis books, careless love, and last train of Memphis. There are over a thousand pages, and they're so thorough. It's like he was in the room, so he tells everything good, bad and different. And I particularly love a lot of the stories he told in the famous RCA studio B across the street from my headquarters. And here's one. I got the privilege of knowing Chad Atkins a little bit. One of my mentors, the late Joe Talbot, took me to launch at a place called I forget what it was mauds down on music grow. It's not there anymore. And chat was there. They had a standing launch every Friday they were in town. I couldn't make this up. He sit there playing his guitar at the table quietly. And I looked at Joe and he goes, that's why he's Chad and he plays everywhere. So Chad is the only major artist I've ever heard of that wanted a closing act. Chet went to bed at 8 o'clock if he could. 8 30, he was a country farmer, got up in the wee hours, three or 4 o'clock in the morning. And so Elvis is showing up late or wants to record at ten, 11, 12 may not show up, sits in their place gospel songs all night, and he can't stay awake at 2 o'clock in the morning. So he calls Elvis's team and RCA and goes, look, I like the kid. And at that time, Nashville did not embrace Elvis. They threw him off the grand Ole opry. They didn't know what he was. But Chet liked him and saw that he was about to change music, but he said, I don't care. 11 o'clock tonight, I don't remember if it was four or 5 songs we do them and we're out.
Nashville's Bart Herbison Talks Zoom Songwriting
"I've noticed on their instagrams I do a lot of the zoom kind of collabs. Is that catching on? Is that saying? Or is that harder to do? It depends. So are we actually on the podcast? Yeah, you're not going to tell you a great story about the ASCAP songwriter of the century Craig wiseman. And your friend, our former president, the great Lee Thomas Miller. So we're a few months into the zoom thing. And it's a little weird because of the music part. You can change your settings, but there's a little bit of a delay. I just don't believe there's any energy like personally being in the room. So I honestly Miller, I went, how's it going? It goes at pins. So what are you talking about? And he names a couple riders. He goes, it just ain't working. And I said, he goes, but wiseman, because Craig is known to be in the room, I'll be right back, Doug, and he never comes back. So he goes, we wrote three songs in a week. I've got him hostage, but I think a lot of people are doing it mainly for the convenience. If you live pretty far apart, if you're collaborating with somebody in LA and you're in Nashville. So it's still occurs frequently.
Emhoff says somber Auschwitz visit key to antisemitism work
"The U.S. second gentleman visits the site of former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz birkenau in Poland as part of commemorations for the 78th anniversary of the liberation of the camp. Doug Emhoff told reporters that he will never forget his emotional visit to the site where he saw children's shoes and human hair stripped from people before they were murdered in the Nazi German death camp, Emhoff was up the site with U.S. ambassador to Poland, Mark brzezinski. They laid a wreath at an execution wall and listened to survivors recall what they had suffered there. The wall has become a focal point for commemorations at the camp. The several other groups also gathering to pay tribute to those who were killed, among those visiting was yossi Mikhail and teacher from Israel, who said he was at Auschwitz birkenau to remember the Holocaust. Today the site with its barracks and barbed wire and the ruins of gas chambers stands as one of the world's most recognized symbols of evil that has been a site of pilgrimage for millions. Emhoff is the first Jewish spouse of either a U.S. president or vice president. He is on a 6 day tour of Poland and Germany meant to further the Biden administration's work fighting anti semitism. I'm Sarah Napa
If You Knew an Asteroid Was Going to Hit, What Would You Do?
"If you knew that an asteroid was going to hit ten days from now, what would you do? What would be your last ten day? I don't think we want those answers. There's going to be some really nasty stuff on there. All right, exactly. All right, we're keeping it PG, right? Yeah. What are the lad? Well, you got ten days to live. What do you do? I mean, the only answer is probably for me. Skydive at least once. And then just, I mean, I know this sounds so corny, but you just got to spend time with people that you love. I know that's the corny since forever, but what else can you do? What are you going to go rob the zoo? I mean, you'll just like, I mean, I think I would go get some, I would eat. I want to have all my family as close by as possible. Exactly. My wife, you know, do that kind of thing. But it is something to think about. But I take it in a bigger stance. Okay, James, and you're not both experienced loss and you have as much. But and I know this is tried. And I know people talk about it. But shouldn't we always live every day as if it's our last 100% absolutely. But since it's not, and we never will. That we know of. No, it's true, Doug, you just don't know and like, yes, you should try to spend as much time with the people you love and do the right thing and be around good people and do the things like, hey, I didn't think I was gonna make it tomorrow. I'm gonna go do this. Yes, we should. But once you start thinking about that stuff, you're right, racist,
Doug and Producer James Discuss Earthquakes
"The city we most think of a couple of cities really, but what city's most auto when we think of earthquakes? Los Angeles. Or San Francisco. Sorry, yeah. In 1886, did you know that a 7.6 magnitude tremor hit Charleston, South Carolina? No, no one knows that. Not even the people. South Carolina do. 18 96, it was felt over 2.5 million square miles and caused damages far away as 200 miles. Did you know I got you one now? I know this. Did you know that north Georgia where I live about every, I mean, is there small tremors all the time, but about every 6 to 8 months, you'll have a tremor that I've actually failed. It'll be like a one 1.5, but in north Georgia. I've never been a part of an earthquake. It seems terrifying. Every time you see in a movie, everyone has a panic attack and everybody ends up being fine and lights just shimmer. But I'm sure it's not that. It's much more devastating to people's homes. Well, one morning I woke up and I asked Lacey gotten up early. This has been about 25 years ago. We're in another house and Lacey gotten up earlier to get ready to go to school. She was teacher and I was telling Ben. And all of a sudden, I sort of fail something and I said, did you slam a door? Because this sort of, and she said, no, I said, what are you going to say, what does somebody come, you know, did somebody hit something outside and I thought maybe one of the kids that went outside and done something, she said, no, and then about it, I'm going to turn the TV on. And they said, well, three minutes ago, there was a report of an earthquake in northwest Georgia.
Newly Discovered Asteroid Passes Close to Earth
"Asteroid is passing as close as 2200 miles above earth, our past, it passed last night. 2200 miles above the earth's surface in a size of a delivery truck. It is. And now they're saying if it had got any closer it'd burn up and you'd have some small meteorites that kind of thing. Sure. This is somewhere at 11. As it goes and it's looking to say, but yo, I've been watching and listening and I think you and I got into this the other day about the fact that the city of Atlanta's last Friday we discussed city Atlantis may be in the actually the Sahara Desert. But we talked about these craters that we see on the earth. You know, there's these deep craters Antarctica has one. There's one in the Indian Ocean. You know, you see them in some of the desert, you say it out west. Okay, here's your question. Did you know that most geologists I think this is the way and if I'm wrong here folks, I know you can't incorrectly. But it's a massive black fault volcanic area around yellow. I mean, like thousands of miles kind of thing around Yellowstone. Have you ever heard of that? I've never heard of that, but that doesn't surprise me in any way whatsoever. I don't think I guess the way I see it is nothing surprises me about what they say about the earth prior to us being here. Right. Like they always, you know, they say like what this part of the country was connected to this part of the South America was attached to this part of whatever I believe all of it. Because I know nothing.
This Texas City Ranked the Dirtiest in the U.S.
"Is a special day we've made it. We've made it to Friday. Yes, we have made it to Friday. Today is Friday the best of the worst of whatever we want to call it. But we're just going to call it here. It is the fatty finest. The things that we have looked back through the week, and maybe even past week, they were just saying, hey, maybe this deserves a little more attention. Some weeks is interesting. Some weight's not as if someone sounds funny. Some wigs have some sad. This week though, I think James and I, we got a few things we're going to talk about. I mean, we're getting close to the end of football season. We've got a lot of stuff out there. But James, the first one I have to take off with and you now, and again, I'm picking on my texters guy who from New Jersey, and I'll a study recently came out. I don't know how scientific we want to call it, but it was a scientific study. The dirtiest cities in America and Houston, Texas, number one, New Jersey, number two. Do you know anything else on the list or New York City was number 12? New York City's number 12, but there's nothing you can do, but there's too many people for it not to be nervous. I'm surprised in Houston 'cause I've only lived in Dallas for a little over a year now. Barely. And I've never been to Houston. I've only heard good things about Houston. But very surprised that it's arguably the dirtiest city in America.
Ben Lieberman on Our Most Powerful Weapon Against Putin
"The things that I want to your opinion on this, I remember that when we talked about how the energy market has changed in the U.S. and how we became an exporter instead of an importer in me. I remember one of the big things we passed was the ability for LP, the exporting it to Europe in particular. And it seems like we have the Biden administration is basically shut that down. Can you give me an update? Because then we were trying to curb, you know, basically what we're seeing now, Russia's blackmail of Europe with gas. And then we could have actually helped in that, but it seems like we pulled off that stage. Can you give me an update or correct me if I'm wrong on that? Yeah, almost powerful weapon against Putin would be to compete against him in global energy markets. And that's happening or has happened with a liquefied natural gas export. But these export facilities, they're very complicated and expensive to build some of them have been built others could be built to expand our export capacity, but that's running into roadblocks from the Biden administration. I'd also point out some people make the argument or if we're exporting natural gas or exporting oil that will increase the price here in the U.S., we should keep it all in the U.S.. I don't necessarily agree with that because I think one of the things that having access to global market does is it gives a green light to producers, they can produce more natural gas and oil without having to worry about will there be a localized shortage will I have to store that oil and gas for months and months before I can find a local outlet for the more global outlets there are, the more you can just go ahead and produce. So I don't necessarily agree with some of the protectionists arguments that we hear on these exports, but you're absolutely right. Exporting this energy is something that Vladimir Putin very much doesn't want us to do. And in fact, there's anecdotal evidence that the Russians have bank world a number of environmental groups.
Is Climate Change an Economic Issue? Ben Lieberman Explains
"Isn't climate change in many ways. Yes, it is an economic issue that it could be addressed in a different way. Oh, absolutely. And yes, it's very much a global issue. And in fact, China has now surpassed the U.S. by a very wide margin in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. If the environmental activist community really cared about climate change, they could be spending 90% of their time focused on China. These days rather than trying to hamper the American economy, you almost got the impression that knocking the U.S. economy down a peg is the goal for many of these folks. And yes, these countries, especially we hear this from African countries who often don't like this, but they sometimes call environmental colonialism that they have these costly measures forced upon them where they're still dealing with abject poverty, development, economic development is far more important. I mean, if you look at the worst case scenarios that are speculated under climate change, they pale in comparison to the actual things we see among the world's most desperately poor. So let's deal with the real problem of global poverty and absolutely. Let's not use climate change as a reason to stifle economic development in those countries. For example, by trying to prevent them from using low cost coal and natural gas and to develop these resources.
Competitive Enterprise Institute's Ben Lieberman on Climate Scares
"Let's put this in perspective. I mean, because I'm old enough to remember looking at the magazines and the grocery store rack and seeing the hole in the ozone, we're going to freeze to death, you know, this whole and then it became global warming, then it became cooling. I mean, put in perspective for the listener here, man, a little bit of this whole issue because we go from a really bad environmental environment in the 60s, 70s. I mean, we saw the Cleveland, the river was burning. But we have improved, I think that's what gets lost in this. And if you take the LP admissions, the natural gas emissions compared to some of the others, you know, environmentalists, they don't seem to take a win here. I mean, it's put that in perspective for us. Well, I think these are the folks who live by the cliche moving back to goalposts. I think part of it is because they have a larger ideological agenda that they're using environmental scares in order to advance that they're not really interested in fixing environmental problems like the cuyahoga river being as dirty as it was like air quality being bad as it was half a century or more ago and as more real environmental problems get solved and I think we've got a long way to solving the real problems then it becomes a matter of exaggerating or even inventing problems just to keep this whole agenda going. And I think that's how I look at climate change and you're absolutely right before there was the climate change crisis. There was the ozone depletion crisis. The acid rain crisis, the rainforest crisis, the radon crisis, asbestos crisis, dioxin. I mean, we could spend the rest of this afternoon taking a stroll down doomsday memory lane. None of which turned out to be nearly as bad as you would think if you read The New York Times or watch the network news. So
Doug and Ben Lieberman Discuss the Energy Policy Dance
"You think most people have any real idea of the energy policy dance between an administration and the congressional, because even being there for 8 years, I would love to say we do oversight. I love to say we set policy, but in many ways, Congress is reactive. And I think that's become an issue over time and energy policy and other things where the Congress seems to always be reacting to what the administration is doing and especially if they're of different parties. Oh, absolutely. But part of it is Congress's fault. Congress passes these grandiose bills and allows regulators who may be in a few years controlled by the different party to do a whole bunch of things. And then you have members of Congress saying, oh, we can't stand what these regulators are doing to my constituents, but they're using statutory authority that that same member may have supported several years earlier. So you've hit something that was my pet peeve in Washington, D.C.. Number one, bill authors who had no idea what their bill did. And number two, leaving the language blank. Pelosi took a hit by beating when she said we don't have to pass it to see what's in it. The truth of the matter is she was actually being truthful, not the way to do, but she was actually being truthful. There was no way ObamaCare could be understood in the language that the bill was passed in.
When We Lose Faith in Our Institutions With Rep. Mike Johnson
"I think is more and more concerning, especially when you're having criminal justice across the country, questioned because of people not enforcing the law. Right. I mean, of course, the DAs are elected in most jurisdictions by the people, all of them almost. And you've had people like George Soros, the big radical leftist anarchist, socialist, whatever you want to describe him, he goes by many descriptors, but he's a big, big, wealthy donor outside the country who is invested in local district attorney races. And when that started happening a few years ago, we all scratched our heads and said, what is he up to? Well, now it's obvious. They elected people who are not just soft on crime. They're not interested in prosecuting crime at all. And that's why we have unprecedented rates of murder and mayhem and most of our American cities certainly all the ones that are perhaps it sounds like hyperbole. It's not a political statement. That is the truth of the matter. It's by any objective analysis of the data. That's what it shows. Look,
Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana on the Supreme Court Leaker
"Johnson, you're Louisiana, congressman. You were an absolute rockstar as far as the constitution and doing what's right. And I think that's been a great thing. So as we get into this discussion, one thing I just want to start off is sort of broke very recently. I just find it hard to believe. And it's going to lead me to speculation that the Supreme Court couldn't really figure out who leaked the document, which lends to tell me it possibly could have been an actual spring court justice that they were just didn't want to go there. Yeah, we've been awaiting the outcome of this internal investigation for a long time, as you know. And we were so deeply disappointed yesterday with the supposed outcome. Now, the problem is that the person in charge of investigating this inside the institution is the Supreme Court Marshall. That is not an investigatory agency or they don't have the depth or the knowledge or the expertise to do it. And so we don't know what stones have yet been unturned, you know? I mean, did they did they use polygraphs? Did they question the liberal justices themselves? Or was it just the law clerks? Somebody's not telling the truth here. And so that means Doug, of course, the culprit is still at large.
The latest in the NFL
"NFL roundup Saturday preview. I'm Dave ferry. Fresh off a biweek, the eagles and chiefs are back on the field Saturday and her favorites to advance to the conference championship games. Philadelphia hosts the Giants of Kansas City entertains the Jaguars. The week off gave eagles quarterback Jalen hurts extra time to rest his spring right shoulder. He missed two games, but was back under center when the eagles beat the Giants 22 16 in week 18. Hertz has respect for the Giants defense. Regardless of what they've done, you know, I think they've done it well. What are they playing man coverage? They do that well, whatever the plan is on coverage, they play that well. So I think for us, it's just on us executing versus them. Hurts was healthy when the eagles handed the Giants their worst loss of the season, 48, 22 and week 14. And now the two teams meet for the third time in 7 weeks, eagles wide receiver AJ Brown says he doesn't see that as an advantage for either team. It doesn't matter how many times you play it. Come down to it. This opportunity and shouldn't be worried about what you did in the past or it doesn't help it doesn't hurt. You got to execute and that's what we find. The Giants were riding high at 7 and two before a two 5 and one finish dropped them to the 6th seed, but New York advanced in the wildcard as Daniel Jones threw for 301 yards and ran for 78 yards in the 31 24 downing of the Vikings. But he faces another challenge playing in front of the hostile eagle fans. It's a divisional game. I think that brings some intensity to it and yeah, I mean, they're known for having a good crowd that supports their team and yeah, so we're prepared for it. We've played there. Coach Brian debal says Jones has grown in his four NFL seasons, although this is their first year together. Dave ball sees Jones as a calming influence who is far removed from the player who went 12 and 25 in his first three years. Players looked to him because he is that consistent voice consistent message and consistent player, how he practices, I think, consistent is probably the best word to use. On paper, the chief's Jaguars game appears to be a potential mismatch, and Jags coach Doug Peterson knows their margin for error is small. For us, it's just a matter of just staying disciplined and trusting what we're doing. And just understand your role within your game plan, right? And just execute each play one at a time. Peterson was a backup quarterback when Reid was head coach of the eagles. And he also was a member of Reid's coaching staff. Reed has been impressed by Jacksonville's improvement this season. They've improved every week, and they have bought it. Doug's done a great job as his coaches have. It takes everybody. So, but he's a nice job with her. A 27, 17 loss in Kansas City left the Jaguars three and 7, but Jacksonville won 6 of its last 7 to win the AFC south, then turned to 27, nothing deficit into a 31 30 win over the Chargers in the wild card round. They advanced to the divisional round despite four first half interceptions by Trevor Lawrence, who also threw for four touchdowns and leading the comeback. I think we scored every drive in the second half, didn't pun again. So, I mean, that's huge, obviously, gives us confidence, and you don't want to do that, but to be able to win a game like that is really, really special. Lawrence has put up good numbers, throwing for 4113 yards and 25 touchdowns. But chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up historic numbers, racking up 5250 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the NFL's number one scoring offense. But the playoffs are an elevated brand of football, according to mahomes. I think you build up for this all season long. The regular season you take it week by week, but you want to be here in the playoffs and you know you're going to play the best football teams in the league and that's what you want to do as a competitor. And so I'm excited to get to go up against a great football team at arrowhead. That's always a good time. As of Friday afternoon, DraftKings had the chiefs at 9 point favorite while the eagles were giving 7 and a half points. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the Bengals before the cowboys visit the forty-niners. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.
"doug " Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"Here on the Doug Collins show. You know, right after the Supreme Court draft opinion was leaked, the left went into hysterics. And saying, everything is just going to be wrong and the world is ending and you know, if this is struck down, then you're going to have all these other things struck down and never let a good false narrative mess you up and that would be into representative Eric swalwell from California. Their newest recipient that I'm done with the award. Now this is not new for Eric swalwell to send out the information that is not exactly true. This information he sent out on tweet the other day was, well, if you will is to the tweet that says, the Republicans won't stop with banning abortion, they want to ban interracial marriage. Nobody said that. The blue rule itself, Alito in the opinion, even knocked that argument down, but it didn't stop. Eric swalwell from increasing his Twitter following an increasing the misinformation about what was going on out there. I guess like I said, would jank would say this was misinformation, or was she just let it pass since it's on the left. But again, I think it was actually funny that several sent back the quote, maybe the what needs to be banned is from members of Congress actually fraternizing with Chinese spies. Maybe that should be the one that this should be banned. And that's what actually should be ma'am. But this is not Eric swalwell's first chance at this. When we were doing the impeachment investigations, they were making the claim that the supposedly withheld money from Ukraine was causing people to die unnecessarily because they were not getting the resource they need. We made it a very point. Even the mainstream news media said this is not true. This money was proactive. It was not for current time. And we said this is not true. People are not dying and being injured because of this money not going. Guess who jumped to the conclusion that nope, that's all wrong. It makes good. It sells the point of impeachment. I'm going to keep it out there, Eric swalwell. After I explained this as much as I possibly could, he comes out and says it again. Again, you can't fix those who want to spread disinformation for political gain. So with that, don't spread anymore, but he's going to if you want to see what this information looks like many times and in the political spin of disinformation, you go to representative Eric swalwell's Twitter side and you will find it. And for that, Eric swalwell is the newest member of I'm done with you. And with that, that's the end of this Doug Collins podcast. We'll see you again soon. Make sure that you download, subscribe, make sure if you like, if you have a chance go ahead and like our podcast, leave a comment, love to hear from you. Share this podcast with those in your close connection to circles is we could go in this community of the Doug Collins podcast together, we keep growing together each and every week as we come and share the information that keeps conservatives growing and where we can be a viable force in our communities as we go forward. Thanks. We'll see you again soon. Hey everybody, I just want to talk about sleep. You know why I want to talk about sleep? It's because I just got out from underneath my pillow bedsheets and my pillow that I keep under my head every night because I like to sleep on my side I'll actually sleep on my back. I'll actually move at night and my pillow is just the best thing that goes under my head. It keeps me getting restless sleep. The sheets are amazing. It's just what you need. Everybody understands you need 7 hours of sleep. Why not sleep in some of the best products out there? And Mike and the folks at my pillow are great folks to do this with and you can go to my pillow dot com or you can call them at 805 6 four 8 four 7 5. You'd code word Collins. COL INS, you won't want to miss this. If you have not got these Giza bedsheets, you need them. They're amazing. They're soft. They don't wear out the you need those to get that sleep against your body at night and provide that cooling just soothing nature. They let you get the most sleep. But you know, they're not just about bed sheets and pillows. They also have the my slippers, amazing. I don't wear, I've talked to you about it before. I don't wear slippers, but I do wear my slippers. They're amazingly comfortable. You can wear them outside. You can wear them inside. Great products. You've got towels. You've got all kinds of stuff. Go to my pillow dot com. It's spring cleaning time. It's spring time to get out there and try and buy new things. Replace some of your old stuff. You'll run a place your towels get some other products for your bedroom. All at my pillow dot com. My pillow dot com or a call 805 6 four 8 four 7 5, use the promo code Collins..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"With your answer. Crank i feel listen. I've i've faced off against sam Twice or several times. And i feel like that was very shrewd defensive. Move because i think he knew. I had a little something don and now. He's is blocked me. He's met piece zahn. You're giving me way too much credit. What happened all right. Here we go. We're noted around three until i could. Tiebreaker might e happening as long as all three. Pick the same thing. Sam curly four points. Greg has and has to so you're all within one of each other. Let's talk about it again. It came up earlier in the show. Could he thinks number one. Starting with who started this time. Doug doug number one in the cast of the classic comedy clue. We talked about changing tires earlier. But this is just who's the most popular in the past just a quick question again. Who catherine keener plays in that movie. She is on credited. Mrs body remember. There's a mr body. This is body from the film and she didn't get credit Doug and you can change your later after the other guys named people that you didn't know in the movie if.
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Wow ramos the great catherine keener a sad day. For the red buddies. Let me tell you. it's not a good day. it'd be a rod. Why in lead here. We go round to okay. We'll start with galet. Do you recall a motion picture. That i love soderbergh's best if you ask me Out of sight. Yeah i do. Do you know that movie. Who do you think from that movie. Greg is number one. See this is an interesting one because it could be scandal or it could be recent recent work. I'm gonna go recent work on this. And i'm gonna go. Steve zahn a star of the white lotus on. Hbo love national. I'm gonna go to that for season some. I wouldn't recommend it sir. Dead things are the way. Oh you think those things happen to every guest. What a terrible hand. I'll say this though if it if it does. They do a good job covering it up. Not many people are not aware of all the comings and goings net. Place were yeah but It just looks like a beautiful resorts that they took over. Because you know perfect for making production that they could just be in a bubble And get through it safely and then put it on. Tv with like. Mike white wrote that entire thing themselves. It's really impressive. I believe it's a four season somewhere in hawaii. Yeah we stayed down the beach from it and Look longingly at it. While they were by no no no no no okay. That's how he that's what he saw. Steve zahn he so hotel. Is it a spoiler to say something when it shows like that is all done. Is it a spoiler to say like something that happens in the first episode of it even mean i haven't watched it yet but you can spoil the first step if you need to around. There's something wrong with steve zones balls in the first episode. They go to a very startling close up of his giant. That is not a spoiler for salmon. I i've seen plenty of swollen ball guys more especially to now. You got a book doug moment when you realize it's not tv. It's hbo methods Yeah they keep that spirit alive to the whole thing. Okay so So greg says steve zahn doug do you remember this movie out of sight. Yup i watched it a few months ago. I love movie. it's so good time job senate and everything. It's really effective. I my initial instinct was either cheadle or jaylo. But i feel like if catherine keener can beat out. Everybody in forty older than she can beat at everybody here. I'm gonna go with keener right. Sam what do you think. We dot keener in zone and a big cast rule. Awhile i was gonna guess keener. That was what i was thinking. You still can. I know but now he's got me thinking it might be steve's on his.
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Really should try to come up with a question that by go that way but usually it spreads out pretty rich which helps to this game. Who has the worst starts between these. Three gentlemen wouldn't terror said this about the lady ladies. Don't you know that that's through. Which of these. Three guys the worst farts tobey maguire alec baldwin or shack aka kazan. Oh god why. The hell is tobey maguire in there because when i thought of you know who has the worst farts i thought i thought who doesn't seem like he's almost like a lady like he probably doesn't start first of all this is going to be innocuous because he's just like flying through the air on his web drop dustin retired from that role. But there's rumors guess all he's in the next one boiler space. I'm like i have it on the inside track. I'm just seeing the stuff. I've read online. I'm going to have to go with the shack diesel on the swim. Doug there's no way they're honduras slam dunk in his rookie. Season with your magic thunderous. He's a very large man. I'm shocked at any of the other. The other two people got any votes at all. what do you think doug which one do you. I'll go baldwin. I feel like he. Could you know he might have a terrible lunch. He also he also a lot of Spanish food from his very spanish wife all boy. Yeah that's hilarious..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"And at a not much higher twenty two percent good old martin mall fernwood forever. He got twenty five percent. So i screwed up of the of yours. You did why would you. Why would you stick with tim curry. Second guessing yourself is what you do. That means sayeb gets at doing the maths. Thirty four percents. Thirty four points goes to sam. Write that down so it was wadsworth in the garage with the tire while i disagree with that actually if you remember it rocky horror. He had to fetch a satanic mechanic blackhawks different character. Different cats right his his He had no interest in helping them. Change that tire of nipples. Sir you wanted them there as long as he could. Yeah all right. Let's move on to the next round. Like i said sam gets to go first in this one. He's already in elites boy. This is exciting. Nobly damn levin which golden girl likes the movie goodfellas the most blanche. Dorothy rose or sophia has a good question. I'm sure they all would have loved it. Think so you know what rose probably would not have cared for it. But i'm say sophia would like goodfellas the best k going with gate greg. What which one of these ladies you'd think would like to watch violent. What's another word to describe goodfellas crime drama. Yeah which you think greg. There's a better than good chance of thought. It was a documentary. So that leaves me with these. I would have to say probably Blanche probably for the dreariness of railroad is throughout the film. That's a great reason. But just don't don't get distracted by his evil laugh if he plays like i saw you know a something wild and then field of dreams. Sam could probably tell me or even greg They came out pretty close together right out too far apart Well field of dreams is eating nine. Eighty six eighty seven. Yeah so you know what. I mean like so really out. It was coming in his own appearing in these big movies and you got used to but in something wild and field of dreams. He laughs in both and they're equally terrifying man in the outfield. Okay.
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"It. It's like family feud but i've replaced family with film. No moi mike. I'm sure so. Many people have done in their lives. Enough of you guys. i'm going to. The movies happens everywhere. It's greatest gape. I asked one hundred people. Or i should say i took the percentages from a hundred or more people answering these questions This first one will start with doug mallard and then sam gets guest and then greg gets one and each of you will get a chance to This one works like everybody a chance to i. Did we just do. We could do the same order every time. That's not cool age. Personal percentage has. He'll i starting with doug on this ground as one hundred people which cast member of the movie clue would be the best at changing a flat tire. Oh tim curry. You're just going out of the gate without probably going to many of the cast members. Happy to do the options. You can only do the poll kelly before people so it's four from from the and these are the four the forementioned. Tim curry madeline kahn. Martin mall or leslie and warren which of those four or do you want to change it martin. Mull you like moulay seems reliable. Mustache says reliable. He's very smart man. Also excellent artist is that he paints is really good. Sam what do you think. I will take the tim curry now. That it's available to me. Thank you your dog. you really On that so. Greg live to the pickens or the ladies. I mean a rates could change tires. This hand-dug madeline kahn. or leslie. unwarranted matt battling cons seems the type to be standing on the curb criticizing. How your chain so. I'll have to go by default leslie award but then again also Scarlet was kind of a body character. Inclu an probably get the job done less than one was miss scarlet. Yes okay here. Shakes out miss. Scarlet is only worth nineteen percent. Nineteen points for greg. Then we got. Oh madeline kahn..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Kirk cameron no and of course it starts vigo mortenson who was nominated for an oscar. Foreign he was on outta yeah. He's great he's just a guy who is just one of those guys want to raise kids Teach them himself in Make them live off the land and all that kinda shit right. Yeah and then of course. Modern society doesn't look kind of frowns upon it Good stuff good recommendation. Sam levine. Yes doug what would you like to recommend a movie. I saw just this past week. my gut tells me it's coming up on the show before it's called coda all dude. I recommended it last. Well you go ask kicked in the poll by the suicide squad. A not much. You can do about that. I think there's an exposure thing but Yeah it was a really good little film. And i enjoyed it. Yeah i mean it's that's what people say about. It's a family film. It's a little film. But i don't know it just felt You know it just felt like they kind of movie. You used to actually go see in theater even though. It's not a big movie. The the compositions the photography everything was beautiful. But it's you know story about about people and really interesting that marlee matlin Our whole acting career every time we see her sometimes you signs but she always speaks in this movie. She plays a woman who's just not even about to try to speak ever just super into signing. So it's really Interesting performance to watch your was always gravitate towards original originally. I think it's actually based on a french film but smaller movies that are not giant. You know studio ten. Polls or franchise movies. I'll i'll always seek those out so This this has been recommended to me a few times. It took me forever to watch. I'm glad that i did. And i hope you will. It's on amazon prime. I think it's odd apple. Plus that's what. I meant to apple Took you to watch it. It's because you're searching around through all the stream writing. We'll it's because. I was watching a whole bunch of movies on amazon prime. But that only get to recommend one. So we're done here. We done sir greg wishing ski. What's what do you got chris. Sam i like small arthouse soames that warm the soil so i'm recommending transformers revenge without getting you know okay you get your choice to go obscure or more mainstream with the choice. It's not what i want. it's what you feel. I wasn't talking to you. Doug doug millar Yovany decide which would you prefer. Doug let's go obscure owning some obscure area. That's a way to get the most votes in the poll camp to win. You might say. Courtesy of the aforementioned amazon prime. This is documentary. I caught during the height of quarantine. When i was gobbling up documentaries. It's called the lost arcade. It's two thousand fifteen. It's documentary about an arcade in new york city called chinatown fair that attracted competitive coin. Op gamers for very long time and about that place closing what that meant that community and how when it reopened. They tried to make it kind of like an arcade of the people and it failed miserably. And it's a really interesting. If you like kinda documentaries show you like a corner of society may not be privy to all the time like. I can't say that. I've really spent too many nights. At to a competitive gaming coin op arcades in new york city. It's it's a real fun. Look at that type of atmosphere and what it meant to the. It's also like a love letter to this thing that doesn't exist anymore as well and what. It meant to to a very very diverse. I should say group of people that used to go every night or every weekend to to this arcade. It's a real. It was real interesting film. Also i think speaks. Do you know the changing societal norms that we have insofar as like what an arcade means. Today does it mean. Dave and buster's arcade like what is Why fail did they not certain alcohol. Ooh i don't believe they serve alcohol. I think this might have even barnes plenty of places there's plenty of arcades now but it's just shifted into like you go and drink and play games. Yeah it's a place where you know. Hopefully there's a table for your craft beer next to dig dug straight but no it was more kind of meeting. Place was more of a place where he blake you in somebody from the other borough kind of come over and try to fuck each other up on mortal kombat on a friday night kind of place. Yeah it wasn't about anything but that so there is a sort of purity to it and then again the the shift when it becomes something different when they're trying to like cater to families or cater to craft beer people. I don't remember exactly what what the twist of it was like. It just failed because it didn't recognize what made it special and And i think there's a it's a documentary about authenticity at the end of the day. All right i'm sure no one listening is seen it. So that's uh that's pretty exciting. And i definitely want to see it and i can stand behind these other two movies. So that's definitely now. Now you've heard. Both sam levine and myself praising coda definitely check that out even if you have to like you know tell apple you wanna you know free trial and then canceled after. That's what i recommend. Thanks for visiting recommendation nation. Everybody place in games right after this break. We'll.
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Them is doug and i love motion pictures. This is done. Loves movies coming to you once again from this may never end with another homes alone edition. It's thursday august twenty six twenty twenty one and this is this months bonus or extra app if you will so. I decided to bring in some big guns. The plan was to have three. Count them three dangling champions but one of them in jay cutler product. Got a last minute audition and bless her heart. Of course you got to go to an audition said of movie trivia over zoo So we'll have her back some other time but we've got an amazing amazing replacement. I guess today are sam. Levine greg gerski and trivia i mean. What's the word for doug Not expert be opposite of expert. Yeah such now. We're going to write the nelly is here. Let's say hello to everybody. E also bid ackley. So that'd be as we start sale right sure. Hey hey sav everybody. How's it going. Good things are going. Well thank you yes. We're still home. But you know i cleaned at least so it's nicer this week. Yeah and i'm getting out and doing shows. I just when i do these zoom shows. I like too young to sort of put a little time stamp on it that we are a guest. Things are better and we're getting out there but it's still you know it's still one show at a time. I'm gonna go to indianapolis this weekend. Oh yeah to have. Bob saggy not do my shell great. But he'll be nearby. You'll probably be like on the same block or two in indianapolis because he's got two shows that night if he feels like it afternoon. Show is gonna join us. And that's that's the pitch and telling people if you wanna maybe see bob sagging. Come out this saturday but the other guests are going to be great geoff. Tate is coming over. Tape tastes natty exactly and It should be fun show whether we get whether we get to participate or not but sam. You're dangling Champion that's why you're back to new myself. Another dangling champion. That is joining us. Suggest you just want to the last show right greg. I did well. I two timer. I believe i think. I'm on a to to show winning streak. Yes you're undefeated but you have been on You know in a row. Yeah yeah the streak. When i'm here things go well But i'm not always here on Yeah we're ito said get back on the road. So we'll be it'll be a mix of the zoom shows and roadshows so the champions are gonna be flying every which ran has always gonna be some dangles. Dan soder is also a dangling champion currently and so he'll be back sometimes him to a cadillac. This dug a big wrestling fan. And it reminds me of Backward they had different territories. And you'd see like rick flair show up with another federations belt on the on the tv. It'd be like that. There's an a hole. Parallel track of doug loves movies. Shows happening Along with the live shows. And i it makes me excited. It's like two different worlds. Ma multiversity doug benson if you will. It really is multi-diverse not multi versed in the world of cinema a fan of movies and a hilarious dude and my co host on wide world of doug's doug miller is here. Hey doug aid you'd. I'm just a dangling. That's why i'm here rate up dangling not a champ this week but i'm just today and i i'm sorry i said i was going billick ordnance skipped you. That was that was very very. How do you think jade's audition is going. I don't know. Was it an in person audition. Those are very rare. It was a I think maybe a callback. Or maybe even a first audition but with the director okay probably zoom with the director. And you know when asked he. I don't know maybe you know maybe a lunch. Maybe a Maybe the rents movies. Maybe maybe amid day picnic by the by the bark hanging out with a director who might work. I don't begrudge her then work is very hard to come by right now. Saying is that like When she said you know. I mean anybody can cancel up to the last a can only be so mad. Because it's you know you're doing me a favor by coming on the show but an audition. I see She also thought the show is going to be tomorrow. Sounds mar- the problem. Is that when. I reach out to say see you this afternoon. She's like oh shit. Doug if if they cancel within a twenty four hour period you still charged credit card. Kurt permission star reservation policy. Ib and i wish i could. But i don't charge anybody. It'd be on the show even even when they wanna cancel. Let's take a visit before we get into what i feel some very exciting competition today with two of the greatest competitor and a good friend. Line here Let's go to recommendation nation. Each of you will recommend one film and one film malone greg's really getting the hang of it. What was that movie recommended the first time. Break sam have you ever heard of and god spoke the spinal tap mockumentary about filming biblical epic vaguely that does sound somewhat familiar but early ninety s early ninety s flop recommended but then then my second appearance. I recommended the classic. La hiding scavenger hunt boxes. first film. Midnight madness your allow. You actually said the title of another movie before getting to the title. No before midnight madness. I see yeah. Cassette scavenger hunt was also a film took place in my sweet home san diego. No wow so friend of mine and you could see him in the background. Once in a guy. What would you like to recommend doug millard. You've ever heard of a great actor named kirk cameron. But i finally got around to watching. Not captain fantastic for the first time and i. I enjoyed the nice little. Christ i had i really i. I liked that bill. It's got some big moments roots. It's a weird one. But i really performances graced at a good time watching it yet. Quarantine is kind of flaked to consider some weird stuff in there by joined by actor who he is on a silicon valley is like he was like the bad guy at that show. Oh man what's his name. Matt something..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"He's so there meghan ryan russell crowe movie. I bet there is in life. Call three days no at least saigon. An answer a yeah. I don't have one said three day. A great player. Sorry i mean. I look forward to us doing show tomorrow. Yeah and stick around. We'll do some plugs at the end. Jade okay okay. This is not thinking. I might just give you another with this. I just saw this movie. She's married adam sandler and then they go to hawaii. He's gotta hawk girlfriend moves. He's like really bad. The kid and some south happens in hawaii and man. I wish you could just go. I'm just gonna go with it. go with it. i don't know it's not just. Isn't it a crazy book because it's only two chapters movies. I said it already my bad though. No no no. I just all you have to use. Repeated go with discover the just go with it destroyed. I love the you know that much about that movie and you seem it does the title of it. Yeah i didn't go with it. That's why i don't know the title do do this. The blonde girls pretty hot. And then i was like no can't do atom. Sorry okay. So eric did anything else. Come to you in during that no you. I can't even though russell crowe movie. I can't think i know meg ryan. It doesn't sound familiar. I'm just picturing picturing their faces now which is probably throwing me off. It's not used to look like. I think i'm out man. I can't come up with anything. That's fair i mean. Thank you playing. And doug looks like he wants to talk but i don't wanna talk right now. It's my turn you talk the game's not right Okay just felt like you wanna say an answer really bad and it's my turn. I'm going to say proof of life. God okay three days. Not even close that i j view of us you i find. I've used my all right. Congratulations jay helped me a lot. I'll say that. I liked it just went with it. Let's let you start first. Jade what do you got to plug. What's come out new podcast. It's called jaded ice throughout the world. Famous comedy i'm not there. I do it from my closet now. So listen it's really fun. Gedid at the comedy store and tonight. I'm a bunch of shows on the road so look up. Jade caterpillar dot com jade instagram. Thank you guys for coming. Oh thank you winning first time on the show very excited and you know that when somebody wins on the show. They're invited back immediately. So i will be contacting you soon. Sweden we can maybe do one with you. Resume that we dug millard. I've got this cool. Podcast with is really cool. Guy doug benson when you started saying. I've got this cool. Podcast contrast.
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Doug did you if you're brazilian wax card barack eric. There are rumors that chris tucker will return for rush hour. Four a true. It's true there are rumors. What letter is it. The beginning of the title of the last movie. Chris tucker was in from two thousand sixteen visit to begin with the letter. Oc or beat. Guess 'cause i don't it's oh oh that is incorrect. Got to whistle. Dotty was brother. Were out there damnit. He's not but that definitely meetings with because it's not even h just oh brother millard. I'm going to go see is jada. I'm going to with be for the listeners. Area exciting dude splits now for an additional point. Jay name the movie but no this movie. I haven't seen because got of mixed reaction. It was directed by ang-lee who did great movies like brokeback mountain hulk. No at the movie. But anyway it's called billy lynn's long halftime. Walk away as interested. She -gratulations j. You just won that game boy. Almost that's not why she wanted to points. But i have a couple more of these. And i want to do them anyway because that was the too fast but what you one. Jd i in. The next game set probably won't help much. You're it's a position of power. I'm getting excited. I wish the sat's we're like this. Saturday comedy get into college. Started with what. Let's start with you. It's j got that point but just for this is just for fun in one thousand nine hundred five meryl streep was nominated for best actress and lost the film. She was nominated for starts with the letter. O c or b. Ooh and what year you said. I eighty five go. Data's correct no shit. That i shouldn't whistle because this is an official play movie poster mayhem and i can't remember. This is exhibition. Mantle films called out of africa. Yes remember that all right doug okay. Last one of this game in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight meryl streep was nominated for best actress in lost film. She was gonna hit for begins with o c. Or i'm gonna go with. oh again. You think she wants out of africa again. I don't sometimes you'll do these book to you're out of africa. Yeah i mean what are you still doing here on river wild actual this one. I had forgotten about because she gets nominated for like every other move but This one was called one true thing. Yeah so anyway. That's the game everybody. J. guess what why you get to go first in. Abcd's got a great smile. This is a spelling game. Fuck i'll tell you the letter you don't have to figure out what the next letter is. But we're going to spell word. Give each of you take turns jade first. Then we'll switch go to doug and eric and jade. I'll just tell you a letter rename. Any movie begins with that letter. And then you're good any movie. It could literally be out not gonna complain but if you figure out the theme is this game proceeds and then you match the name. The movie i've written down advance. Then that's how you me one. Okay so go end at any moment and we're going to spell in honor of the fact that douglas movies is returned into helium in indianapolis on saturday october. October august august change. Don't write down october. Everybody august twenty eighth indianapolis. Let's spell indianapolis and we all know. Jay begins with the letter. I saw name any movie with the letter. I at the start of it indiana jones..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"We'll perform separately and together because really stand up show here and for the first time. We've this is the first time doug and reform together since we've been doing wide world of doug for year so tomorrow here l. a. Well is a stand up comedy show for twenty and the other comic on the show is also named doug doug's onstage only your name if you guys know anybody if your name is doug you get in for free tomorrow. Yeah so you know are there. Doug's in san antonio not not when we middle name included. It'll name last name. I don't know if they know that in the box office might be a little bit more strict. They like they turned down. Michael douglas but but no he's some dc fan like you're part of the you all right so yeah so yeah this. Is doug anywhere on your picture. Id i say go for it. Yeah you know they'll say. Hey no at the box office. Just come inside. There's like lobby area in a bar. A find a manager. I don't know why i'm saying this here. This episode monday. This is more just everybody here and all the and they know from the reaction. I feel like raise your hand. If you know what dog three four five kastenbaum raise your hand. If you know jade do we need stripper. Richest surprise x real name. What is your real name is. Portuguese pronounced jaji which actually means penis and chinese told you. I told you you guys in your crazy. Mets all right so beginning part of the show. We just chat about movies. Oh my god. I got my nieces. Having a baby and a few days the text threat is just the chain weird phone down and discuss because it just keeps buzzing. And i love to hear hear updates. I wish the whole chain would pop up after the show's over. Its saddened constant bad. It's weird picture. Needs a picture like a child and then you're like my nieces. Having a baby and i was like would maybe seven know. Isn't it weird that we have that we can possibly have adult niece. What's that called. What's her daughter to you. Actually i be your great uncle or your great uncle uncle. Doug that's me..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Great great tortillas stands for buzz de picture-taking there and they'll have a new shot aright. Joe verse time on douglas. You've been on getting doug with high bunch of times too many times removed. So it's nice to have you join us in this format for having me also here today. Is eric crew. Everybody also pointed out to me. I saw because we've known each other for a minute. I thought eric being on douglas movies before never heard of it. But apparently you have been on benson movie interruptions where we sit and talk during movies and make jokes and it's this is pretty different from that. The movies are still the topic but Glad to glad to have you back drove. In from austin yes. How's everything going in austin you these days. Find all right okay. Everybody here your stay here. It's cool isn't fucking laws. Nobody's doing better than you. Yeah all over. You gotta cheer up. You gotta hit up ahead. I went to the target. Today 'cause i didn't. I forgot to bring a lighter. It's now what a lighter to texas. And i needed a liner. Yeah i want to start a small fire on the end of the stick that i would put it in my mouth and turns out i had. I had to buy five riders. If anybody needs money. I love stealing lighters. I have a problem. Yeah those lately selling in bulk. I guess access. Yeah i if. I went to a seven eleven. I guess i could have bought one but i to turn and it's a big box. Store miller is also joining us. Today you have been on. Douglas movies correct. I have never win. Never beat sam levin one time well only because there was like a disqualification or something. I didn't really outright explained to his home for of here. Just pissed off. Sam levine right now but you of course are the co host of wide world of doug's super. Thank you super popular podcast. We start during pando just sitting around. Like let's tell i did yes you does it. Yeah doug wide in person obviously talk to us for an hour but we keep the cameras mine was on. I was pissed. I had to his radio. Show jay. You're gonna look at me to that. I don't care how you wanna deal. You're going to what are so it was over and then gene out that big big microphone and it started making vibrating. Sound like a multipurpose instrument. Use that mike for both shows last night and then went home cleaning off a little bit. Or you're not worried about your own. Same oh no. I mean i definitely cock over here. The last two days. I've been here i had a front row suspending and they're making them spit in my mouth. Why did you do medical. She doesn't want baby bird. Impressions says this first baby. Great impression decided to do. I'm going to fill up a pool. Colbert and dive into it. And i'll show that virus wrestling. Oh my god that's at that started. Yeah why not vaccinated. Free octagon guys grappling one hitting over the whole way. Why did you picture dude. Dude elvin here yeah kind of old fashioned. When it comes to octagon also women are smarter. They're not going to get into so one has cova one does it. I mean. I think that's where we're going to be some crazy crazy ideas coming out of you know the people that are tired of those things that are too hot sweat at all. I was like shit robot. What is happening. Who lord lord. Our savior's out i went. Oh seller shot right up harass which she probably got the cova so we've met everybody right. Yeah i think we have. Doug miller it's going to be joining me on stage tomorrow not always at the same time..
"doug " Discussed on Doug Miles Media
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"doug " Discussed on Doug Miles Media
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