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"dudley dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A wave of your hand. Now come, come. You wouldn't want me to do that. How would you explain it, Henry? Is anything wrong? Oh, Julia. I'm sorry. I'm Dudley. Henry is engaging me to help with his work. Oh, do you mean you're gonna be his assistant? Not exactly. I'm going to help Henry to get some relaxation. Oh, that is just what I've been praying for You too. Oh, I'm so relieved Henry. Where do you come from deadly. Oh, all around this man playing. I've been doing some social service work downtown. Julie, If you don't mind, I must talk to this. This gentleman alone. Oh, of course. I'll wait in the dining room that night, Nigeria. See you in the morning in the morning, Right? And early. Are you quite sure you're in Angel? I know it isn't easy, Henry. But you've just got to take me on faith. Yeah, but for how long until you can utter another prayer and say that you have no further need of me. Julia's waiting, Henry. Yes, I know, but I still don't understand. Juggling. Dudley Dudley. Well, you exactly you're listening to a special radio theater presentation of the Bishop's wife of Cairo. Radio. 97 3, FL. Henry. What is the rest of Dudley's name? I don't know. Henry, You look pale. And you're trembling. You said a lesser man would quiver. Oh, you're gonna feel better after you've eaten and Matilda has baked your favorite dessert, Dear. Angel Food cake Morning. Every well here I am completely at your service. Certainly I did not sleep. 20 minutes last night. I am in a highly nervous condition. Well, then the first thing we'll have to do. Oh, good morning,.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:33 min | 6 months ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Days. Hope he's enjoying it. Mm Netflix, still in their top five. I remember correctly. Is the queen's gambit. It was number one don't know where it is. Right now. I still think it's the number one show streaming right now on the streamer, but it is about the orphan who becomes A chest Phanom. And she learns chess from the maintenance man downstairs. In the orphanage and her life just kind of goes from there, and I'm keeping it purposely broad, cause I so want you and I've been I've been guilty of Over sharing and I want to. I want you guys to kind of unfold the show for yourself because that's that's part of the magic of it, because it's so gosh darn good. We talked about it last week. Alexis is back. And you watched it is Well, um, I take it away. Geez, I could not stop watching it. And they binged it in four days. Completely. Just watch the whole thing. It's about what we did. Yeah, I'm with you. Oh, man. It is so good Now I don't know much about chest. So I think that if you do love chess, you'll even get more in terms of the moves because they really have a really cool way of showing how they do it with the shadows of the ponds and the different You know pieces and then that the boards, you know how they do the different moves. And what did the bishop do? And you know all of that, And there's all of these different Ways to come at it. You know different theories, and there's this guy does it this way, and he always moves this first. And so that was kind of lost on me. But it just It was such a great story and a great reminder that if you want to be the best at what you do, it takes a lot of hard work. Lot of work lot of dedication. And also grounded. Right and remembering the people around you. I mean, I think about LeBron James and Michael Jordan, Serena Williams. And Of course this is in the sports world. Tom Brady, You know, like you are goat. You really do need to work. You know, they're not out partying and having fun, And that's kind of the same case with the Queen's gambit. She Beth. She's just really focused on her goal of being the best chess player. I love that she didn't really focus on her gender, but the media did. And, um, but it's still a hard world to be in when it's all it's all men like, generally older sixties in the fifties and sixties, So you know the Times during the Cold War. There's already tensions between the U. S and the silly Union already at that time, and then the best chess players come from the Soviet Union. So it was really reflective of the time too. I mean, just in a chess game, so I really like that. I like the full circle aspect of the story toward the end. Again. I don't want to give too much away like you, said Jace, but it just they answer a lot of questions that you may have as you're watching it and satisfying answers. I see that Yeah, yeah. Don. Where are you? I am just finished Episode four Oh, I never sold for a lot into each episode. I mean, even by the end of the first one, you're like, Whoa. This is like a full movie. I just watched her. That's so true. Don. Yeah. Yeah, pack a lot in. I mean so much. It's like the opposite of what they did with blind manner, not enough material that they stretched into a really long boring Story. That was way too many episodes. This is very efficient and I love the writing. Um you get to know her and what she's all about, Really? Not necessarily through the dialogue, but what they show you. Yes, Uh, great writing. Yeah. Theo. Other thing. It's the fashion. Do you want everything she wore? Yeah. This will be nominated for costume design. Don't you think? Absolutely, without a doubt, the production design and the wardrobe. They're They're co stars. They're they're absolute co stars, and she carries it. She carries it so well, those clothes that old saying the clothes don't wear you. You wear the clothes. She wears those clothes girl. I mean, she capital. W wears out, though, that wardrobe and Well, I just want to be her and Lex. I don't know if you felt this way, said this to dawn last week in the most complimentary way possible. I was sad. I was sad at the conclusion not because of the conclusion, but because I wanted more time with Beth, I interesting. I don't often have that reaction to characters. Um, you know, like Star Wars like just, you know, I wanna hang out with Ray and I want to know what's happening and all that stuff, But I really, um I'm sad that I'm not going to be invited in her world anymore. Well, that's what I was gonna ask you because it does look like maybe a season two is in the works. Really? Yeah, that they're at least floating the idea around what it could be. Will they bring it back for a second season? Esquire's asking that and, um It's not renewed. Of course, there's no news about that. But this next season would dive into her love life, her family history, that type of thing. I had the opposite reaction. I feel like this miniseries. It was perfect. In the way that they told it. I don't know if I need to know more. I love I love how it ended, and just That's great. Yeah, I'm not saying I want it because they'll mess it up, right? That's what I'm worried about. I It's like big little lives. You know, the first was based on a book and that was near perfect. And then you went back, and you basically forced the author to create another story in a short amount of time. And you know, it wasn't a natural process. You gave the Writer. A hard deadline. I don't think you know, Not all. Not all creatives work well with that s O this. Yeah, but I much as I'm sad for that desire to hang out with her. I would rather have that than an unsatisfying Sequel. Um, because to beat that this is because this is just a compliment. I I miss her. I want to know what she's doing, but I'll rely on my imagination for that, and I'm fine. It's just It's just a huge compliment to the writer of the novel into the to the Creatives behind this miniseries. They did such a good job that they made me want, Maura. And what more could you ask for and with a creative endeavor? You know, Jerry Seinfeld, No one to get off the stage there off the stage, and I miss her because she's so freaking cool. I want to hang out with her. I want her to be my friend, and then I want to steal all of her clothes. Oh, should be nude. That's not nice. Other things, or did you guys? Yeah, No kidding. Just gorgeous. Benny. What's the character? Who? The guy who plays many watts. Thomas Brody Sting stir. Yeah, He's that kid from love, actually. Yeah, I grew up guys. He looks exactly the same. It looks like it just looks like someone pulled him from his head, pulled this legs and just stretched him a little bit. He also in finding Neverland with Johnny Depp. Yes, I think so. The writer Peter Pan. Yeah, but Yeah, it just looks like someone stretched him. Yeah, and put a mustache auto. And then the other kid is from Harry Potter. Yes, your friend of her selling Is Harry is cousin. His awful cousin that he lives with Dudley Dudley. Yeah, and he's the other person and I just like I said this to dawn. Just like that, the old you know, one of the themes that I realized after the fact is really about loneliness, you know Beth the character and we're talking queen's gambit as we wrap it up here and Netflix. You know, it's a great lesson where sometimes you just see what's right in front of your face. And Beth did that. Beth was guilty of thinking that she was very alone. She was on Lee kind of looking within just a few inches of her face. But if she just looked around She just looked a little bit to her left and right..

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"First half. Everly. 20 back to something knocked so 48 to go. Twist his ankle early. In the game came back played fairly well. Quit cooking the game for the first time tonight for the L. A Lakers. He's Oh, he's a shooter. Much else. But shoot the rock PJ has it throws it inside the arc over the mason Plumlee, not a bull bowl. He shoots right over. Dudley Jump shots up on you. Little moved there, but bull Nuggets down 1 20 to 103 2.5 left to go in the basketball game. I love side is Kuzma Kuzma has it's top of the key overto Dudley Dudley. Hands it off behind him. Overto Cook back now in the corner to J. R. Smith. Smith Step back three knocked out Oh, it's good suit. Across the timeline is Dozer throws it off over to Daniel's. Daniels was on the high right side with quarter. He's got it out there by Cook Crossover move, blow by layup is up and in. That's what I mean. Can't defend worth a little Daniel. Evacuate away Coming. L a Lakers My left side. It's J. R. Smith again now guarded by Bole Bole taken three over that one's no good. Rebound comes down to Michael Porter Jr 100 seconds left to go in game number one in the corner. Daniels for three. That's good. He's on the board. 1 23 2108 is the score. Across the time line. This Quinn cook guarded out there by PJ Dozer. It goes to the left hand stops. It's a pic from Javale McGee. Offensive foul illegal pick on Javelin.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Wife the idea I think he came to me and said would you be interested in partnering on this project with me and the other thing is that you know. Deep within the bowels of ad agencies the magic exists between a writer and a designer. And now she's come from that background and I come from that background. Didn't and like pretty much right away. I could tell that our personalities were a good match and this is way before this book so when the book did come up she was my. I wanted to. My wife and I went to Laurie about it Because it was the right thing and of course you know. Here are yeah. We talk about On this show authors giving voice to the written word so you got the words themselves that paint a picture. Then you've got the beautiful graphics these pictures of these dogs and you look at him and you can see the personalities in the dogs or see them in a moment in time but I was little I wondered. I know how you got into this because you're all passed but was there any Paul's about choosing a feature only dogs. Who had died and headed? Joel come to terms with that. I think that By choosing to include only stories of dogs who have left us. What that does is that enables. The DOG's owners to distill down the stories that matter when the dog is still alive. It's still living. The stories are still being created. Still trouble they're still GONNA trouble in your. Maybe more focused on just what happened yesterday. Whereas after dog has passed away certain stories bubble up to the top and stay there and those stories are the ones that we feel like. Were on one's the most worth capture every dog owner has those stories. That's the beauty of Maria. So is there a common theme to the stories being told Anything that any thread that runs through these stories or they all different in their own way again. It's the love that that would be awesome. It's the foundation of every one of these stories other than that. It's a wide open. So I you know I'm curious The different ways that people chose to tell their stories. You Joe Laura. You're going to read a little poem that you wrote about when your dogs and Jim you wrote in prose you can read a little section that or at least of section of somebody's today but they have approached it as purely memoir they could have written it kind of is a day in in one one day life that stands out. How did they do? They come in all different ways. I think so. I think I mean probably if you were to look at all the stories that we received submissions they probably all break down into maybe five categories like you said memoir or a day in the life or a funny story a singular funny story or the story of the span of their life. You know you definitely might find some standard Arc's but I think that what What Jim said about the stories all being about love? Is that the other thing about dogs like you said. They're they're alive. Dog is still getting into trouble. You know my dog for example that I wrote about in that my mother wrote about was really cute stupid dog I mean he was dumb and on North right well so living with him. We were constantly wrestling with how dumb he was. But now it's all just love. You tell that I'd say that to you about my dumb dog that I had in high school and that's just all sweetness and love these animals like I talk about in my story they They spend ten ten years thirteen fourteen years with us. That time will never disappear. It will always be part of our past and To you know so yes So people there poetry. I think we put a lid on like five thousand words. Max that was the that was the bucket that we we put out there. The the standard so people you know we didn't want novels. We didn't WANNA make this book of long stories are now. We've got a time for reading from each of you from the book. We're going to start with with Laurie. you've got a picture here in the book of Little Little Dog White hair black hair like yours covering this is Dan. Here is is is is is Dudley Dudley. Okay and and listeners. Just so you know. We're going to also have complete Longer version of this show on our patron fee for a members in which Laura's mother Judy Goldman is going to read a prose story from the book. We're going to have readings from other authors as well but for now he's got a little poem and the name of it. Laurie is state. Change Anytime you. I'm walking across sharp coastal Bermuda grass toward the pier the river motorboats Tan summertime campers everywhere. Laughing I just finished reading a letter from my mom. This was the moment the summer I was eighteen when I stopped being a person with a dog. Okay don't take many words to convey appoint right. Yeah so you were. You're eighteen. Where were you? I was at summer. Camp counselors the summer before I headed off to college. Did you get the message by phone call or I think it was a phone call but my mom and I couldn't remember so we decided to make it more poetic and call it a letter but it had happened while I was gone. They had to have him put down and and the stark contrast between this way. I think it was a phone call. I was in the office so inside and then I walked outside to this gorgeous coastal North Carolina Summer Day just blasted with Sun Bathing. Suit kids running around by the river and I remember just walking along going. I'm a different person. Now that my my status as a human has changed an hour ago I was a person with a dog and now I'm no longer a person with a dog and that identity really made an impact on me that Debbie airport. Your family right is like losing a brother or sister added now. Yeah Yeah Okay. So we're going to move from the the poetry to prose for a moment. Jim You've got a story About your dog Tucker right that's right. Yeah and the picture beside this prose piece is amazing. Dog is got some spring has jetson his legs. Yeah you're at the Bates. There's bluewater you're on the sand your knees or craft a little bit This dog half his body is above the top of your head. This trick with he just wanted to treat the treats on my right hand. You could see the that I'm holding a treat but It was something we used to just do. Love to jump in. What kind of dog is Australian Shepherd? They can really move quick. Yeah he was just a puppy like year-old site to set this up before you read the name of my pieces Just a dog and It it opens with me talking about The morning that we knew that we were GONNA put talker down And I'm just going to pick it up a little bit into it thirteen years earlier when it was just me. Tina Tucker went everywhere with us. They knew his name at our beach. He walked the streets of Saint Augustine like the mayor. He was a constant companion and positive distraction for us. The year. My wife worked two jobs to put me through three colleges at once so that I could graduate and we could get on with our lives when we moved from Florida to Charlotte. Tucker sat shock under the moving truck on teen. I bought our first home together. We selected one with big backyard for dogs and kids when daughter one was born. Her first word was puppy. In large part due to Tucker's watchful gaze he was also a good shepherd and raising daughter to over. The Years Tucker helped shape a pack. That has three other dogs. Join it and since we moved. He's been a daily companion for me as I sit at my desk and right thirteen years. They say that's ninety one dog years but it's still thirteen in mine. Thirteen to my possible. What eighty probably sixteen percent of my own life when I'm done other than my mother and now my wife. I haven't been round another soul on this earth on a daily basis as much as I was with Tucker so it's A little hard to listen these stories Although although there's there's emotion of love there's also this emotion agree that sneaking into the equation.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Magic. Think for one. It was multiple guys. And you know who's getting ship you already with a lot of fouls I'm being called both ways and then for that you know push someone in the back so it's just a push. I thought I should double check second. They WanNa Jack Jack other big of a deal for you that just stand up your guys. Sometimes it's pushing. Sometimes it's hard thousand times. It's whatever you have to do this time a push and I could really get to them so I just pushed the pile minister and make sure everybody moves pushed the policy. Bush put the basketball. The Bush Bush perfect. It was the rare quadruple technical. Double ejection like you. Don't see that action like what happened. All we need to action the one. That's an injection. Well first they always go after the third or fourth guy. Because they're looking they're looking for the people that really have no dog in the fight. Scher but like Dwight light and was it gave out of nowhere. It was Jonathan Isaac with Dwight wasn't Isaac I can't remember I don't remember who it was dwight but like those guys had a direct act dog in the fight but then you start getting and neither of them cared. Both of them. Were kind of like walking away but then you get the third especially. Let's be honest. Dudley Dudley. was really really taken this thing up. Here's what he was the equivalent of. And this is what I always think is the most amazing thing about the mouse at the palace you know the Pistons Pistons the Pacers. When Meta went then run? Our test went into the stands. I don't condone what he did. Of course and as much as that fan instigated instigated him. You cannot have players going into the stands Ron got suspended should have been suspended. I Love Meta. He's a great guy. Yeah needed to get suspended. But but at least he was directly addressing something that happened directly to him. He had a dog in the fight. When Stephen Jackson went into the stand Steve You could see he was like man? I need never get an opportunity to something like this again. I am going Ham. Stephen I get to hit fans like I do this. Oh well yeah. By the way Gordon trying to protect Ron. He wasn't trying to. I'm all for like I. I'm not a fan of these fights at all like I. I hate seeing any of it what we saw yesterday. I don't know if this is just today's NBA but I think even in today's NBA. You would have thought something. Dangerous happened on the court yesterday. Literally nothing happened. How's that not just a technical for everybody and let's get back out here employees? I think they're basically saying jared and I forget who is the other guy that got ejected. Yeah basically saint knock it off. You guys are being you guys are bringing nonsense to this. AD on Jared Dudley play..

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Morning Henry I am completely at your service dot the I didn't sleep twenty minutes last night I'm in a highly nervous condition well in the first thing we have to do is help morning Joe yeah good morning deadly it's eleven days a lot Henry nine going out together Julia I'm terribly sorry but we can't I got to see Mr favorite ten thirty and after that there's the junior assembly me don't really represent you with those meetings ask nine that is out of the question the the that that I'd like to speak to my wife alone well of course in the hold dear yes your is that man in there I I can't explain hi this is the median San this is the way it always will be I'll see you at ten a deer Dudley Dudley what are you doing I'm just looking through your files and make sure that Mrs Hamilton has written a pledge from Dallas to the cathedral fun but she had been sent to his shop never mind that file that's work for a bookkeeper not for an angel because I don't know who you are or where you come from I only wish you would make haste because the cathedral must be built will obviously that's the most important thing but because Julia must be happy it's gonna be difficult to help you Henry until I'm sure what you really want yes well I'm afraid you'll have to excuse me Mr Preval likes punctuality and then run along and make his files and mass I think I'll help me organize it I think you're wasting your time on unimportant detail nothing is unimportant Henry now remember we're interested in even the lowliest sparrow hello hello hello Debbie come on in how did you do that just now well this could you just wait yes this is my system of.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Up in the you know there's some potential there but you wouldn't want to count on him for any production this season and given that he's a young big man who islamic contrary to popular opinion especially when you know it's not a guy who's like doing a lot of posting up or anything you know. He's not as skill based those guys you know. They always say big ben. Take longer to come along like that kind of player actually me you can contribute right away in the fact that we haven't seen that yet. Am of this wasn't a bad summer league but it wasn't a great summer league to me either <hes> anything else on him or you move on to the other williams on their summer league rosser no it's let's move on to grant williams so graham williams was somebody who was an analytic starling at tennessee but somebody who i had not seen play a single minute before somberly kimberly and it is very unusual for players with his physical profile so he's listed six seven to thirty six that type of edo so he's a big of four five who doesn't have that sort of that sort of frame and he doesn't have the from what from what i could tell he doesn't have like the gigantic span like someday draymond green. Who's when you say that that sort of frame. What do you mean just like a heavier heavier guy. Who isn't a you know. There's there's six seven players who play larger larger than their their height. Duda duda wingspan vert vertical ability all that kind of okay but like in terms of like his strength. He's pretty strong but yeah yeah okay okay but so player players like that often. Don't stick ethan should withdraw and i had a conversation about like trying to find the next draymond green know that kind of stuff unreal jim radio last week. If you want to listen to that but so i was skeptical but then when i saw him play there was a lot that really liked and what's struck me originally and this does not happen several which is why it struck me is he looked very active active and effective as a communicator on the floor and you don't see that very often in summer league period but you don't see it with rookies and it seemed like he knew what was what's going on defensively was trying to get his teammates on the same page and i did really like that and beyond that or the other pieces you know his his shot look solid i wanna see more of of it and he makes good decisions with the bombs hand so i'm always skeptical of players who kind of come into the league and you have to kind of think about okay. They're gonna have to do a lot of things right but he did enough to make me feel more positive than i expect. Jared dudley is kind of the analog for him but he's got a little bit more of a cut body a little more athleticism than dudley dudley projected as a better shooter coming out of school but i thought the jump shot looked pretty good egos questions about williams well. What do you do on offense and that's going to have to start with a a viable jump shot. I thought he didn't have a huge dip to his jumper. He got the shot off. Quickly ended up shooting seventy one thousand nine hundred thirty seven percent from downtown in town in the five games that he played showed the ability to put the ball in the fourth thought its first step was actually a little bit quicker than anticipated but doesn't really have the explosion to finish well at the rim. I thought on the perimeter his deepens again. The feet..

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The hours Wednesday, the eight may my voice belongs to me and me belongs to Doug. Doug belongs to Dudley Dudley belongs to Stephan. So that's what the combo together the D of the program. Jennifer has a huge speaking engagement, huge it is. But I know that she had to speak until well into the wee hours. So she's slamming the pillow at the moment, Victoria, Keven is here and show. Schilling on-duty ethic froze ready to go, Victoria, you have focused. I know on one of the very important big time items of the day. Yeah. Not a great story to open with. But one of the biggest stories of the day is Colorado school shooting. One person has been killed and eight others have been injured to high school students at a stem school walked into this Colorado school. It's only. Eight miles from Columbine. Of course, it's the twentieth anniversary of Columbine three weeks ago. So this is just has you know extra significance. I think for people who live in the area, it's an eighteen hundred and fifty students science and technology campus. It's a mix of elementary middle school and high school students, and these do these two one was seventeen I think one was eighteen two boys. We're not gonna bother saying their names. But this just as a horrible day for that community and stories of bravery a couple of kids tackled one of the gunman one and one of the kids who tackled him ended up getting shot in the chest. And it just the whole thing is horrible and kids really trying to you know, kids were very brave and tried to do the best they could to stop these two shooters in their tracks. But it's just a very sad. And so the police there are investigating still they're not really. Using photos or anything yet until they really know fully what happened, and they have a full picture of it. But obviously parents are there were phone calls being made from the kids to their parents and about a gunshots being in the school. Obviously. That's gotta be the worst phone. Call apparent could receive and the actually it's tied to the just recently in the in the wake of the twentieth anniversary of Columbine. There was a national survey done, and it showed that sixty three percent of American parents are worried about school shootings now. That's wow. That. All right. So does that which tributes to that the reality or the puffery? There are may seem to all of us that these sorts of things occur more often. And they in in terms of numbers certainly do. And then when we asked I asked the question what contributes to this what kind of thinking, we're kind of beliefs. Even wonder about expectations. You just with that sixty percent of the expectation of parents is that their children will not be safe in school. Right. So again, there's a sort of condemnation is it a condemnation of the school system. Is it a condemnation of society? Is it a condemnation of where we are? And the incredible chance that we have either to channel new thoughts and do something new or let it go the way it's going, and who knows where it ends up the timeout society where our society ends up is it on us and has it been on previous generations. And do we thank them? Because here we are in still the greatest experiment in mankind's history, the experiment of whether or not we can this is continuing can we govern ourselves. Can we police ourselves can we control ourselves or do we need some? Something some form of government some form of thinking that is strong enough to to put these things down. You think this kind of a shooting goes on North Korea? You think in Russia will we know? Korea. We we don't know and in Russia same thing. How would we ever know? But you know, I think that the problem is and especially with Colorado, everyone since Columbine everyone is on kind of high alert. It's they're on edge. Anyone who lived through it remembers, especially people who live in the community there. It's just a it's a horrible thing. And so these kids they said, they don't know what the motivation is yet. This is according to the police, but it it seems pretty suspect that it's only three weeks after Columbine the twentieth anniversary. You know, people in their thinking is a guy who's a an employee in Dearborn Michigan city employees in Dearborn. Michigan. Who is now being investigated. And why would we even know this? If it wasn't for the age of social because I'm sure a lot of these things are have been said over the years, you look back at some of the racist tendencies in our country that go back almost to the beginning, it even further, I guess, really then the beginning of our country, and it isn't just about our country. It's the way it is people don't like people who are different than they are. Here's this guy who is on the city payroll on the city website making some kind of racist comment aimed at a Muslim model. And I should tell you Sports Illustrated model the one who just was in the burkini is that where it's how EMA Aiden is that her name. I don't know her name. There is a model, right? Yep. Yeah. And so ever bother anyone. It's slightest idea it's just ridiculous. Yeah. Right. But that's the kind of stuff that leads to what we're talking about. That's the thing, Victoria. That's the sort of stuff. None of us are perfectly all make mistakes. I think about sometimes things that I might even say on the air or things I say to my friends or my family that I wish I hadn't said. So we are not perfect. We make mistakes everybody deserves to be forgiven once at least, and so this guy we forgiven me do this again. In the first place. Oh, well that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I I don't know what that situation is. I don't know. But I think when when it comes to these kids these two our students, this is a stem school. It's a special school that that's extra hard to get into. It's not just like a typical public school and their parents saying that they sent their kids. They wanted their kids to go to the school because it was smaller. They felt that it would be safer than a traditional high school because these kids are high achieving academically minded kids, and I think that it just speaks to the mental health and mental mental illness in this country that we are not addressing there must be. And I'm sure we're going to find out later on that these two boys seventeen and eighteen years old that there were there were signs, and there were maybe social media flags that no-one acted on. And that's that's the larger problem. I think it's a twofold problem right now, you know, there's always going to there will always be a wack job who wants to shoot somebody or attack someone. Just because they're crazy like with the with the Muslim model, but in terms of our children in the kids in this country in this generation of kids that you know, every every shooter seems to be between eighteen and twenty two years old. White males. There. Something is something. This is not just coincidence. Something bigger and low and much more severe is going on. And I don't know why it's not being addressed. But it needs to be and then and then making schools less of a target. You know, we've we've talked about this all of us on the show have different views of what should be done in terms of making schools safer. I've always been a proponent of go through metal detectors. I just went. We went to a Broadway show into author a metal detector last Saturday night, doesn't bother us. What's the big deal people's? Oh, I don't want my kids, you know, feeling like they're in prison. Well, wouldn't you want them to be safer at there's never been a mass shooting in a school in New York City because every kid walks through a metal detector, the schools are no longer. They're just not targets kids. Can't sneak anything in you. You can't get through the door unless you go through the metal detector. I just I don't understand why that's such a big deal to so many people there. So that in public school is a lot to be said, maybe as you're suggesting for tighter security, then you go onto college campuses. I'm looking at a story that flow hard to secure them. To Fleming was involved in one of the shootings. What was that? Yeah. Yeah. That's crazy. And then they're all these other that photo he talked by the student holding a gun in the N word sign, and what that did and the white power signs. The confederate flag in schools. The. Just goes on. So in that some people have blamed I see notes all the time from this is how I listen to that Glenn Beck. And he's I it's you gotta find a mindset are used Glenn not necessarily as. It isn't just him. There are people, you know, the worst one is Alex Jones when it comes to that kind of stuff. And that there's some people believe there's some people who so disagree with us right now it turning the radio off because they think we are wrong. And that's the case. Okay. I don't know that I need. I like to think or say that I need every listener. But I don't know if I really need those sorts of. I need those listeners. Well, maybe they'll buy okay? Those of you who disagree with me. Listen to this and see if you can commit the the best the most supportive thing is to buy stuff that we talk about. All right. So here we go for those of you who are getting older. And I believe that went address every single person who's listening to this program. Right. Everybody is getting older. 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"dudley dudley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So you know from the one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six. And of course, we go until one o'clock and to the phone. So we go off over the post game show it off of the game with the nets making at six in a row and Jacob. He's calling from TOMS river, New Jersey and Jacob you're on the fan. What's happening? You and you to still wanna talk about the Mets, but I have to say two things. First of all, I thought you're going to play your Harvey spiel Harvey because Harvey got a contract. He what the angels isn't. He the team that drafted him before he became the dark Knight and became after that the dark cloud. That steve. But I just wanted to say don't want to get to the nets. But still tell you what I love about you on it, even though you're not a Mets fan, and I'm not gonna say that the nets are the best team. No, I'm not. Delusional. But I did call in a week and go to Evan Roberts. I told them listen to nets aren't exciting energetic team, and he hung up the phone. He was so. Listen, obviously, they're not the warriors. But they are a young energetic. I mean, the Knicks are just not exciting the nets. I mean, I it was a tense game tonight. But before the game started, I said, listen, they have a chance. The Knicks are playing then you know, what would happen Jacob first of all I I give you and Evan too. I hope there are more than just the two of you who are nets fans. But I will say this big. I would trust me. I want the Knicks to do all. But I'm just being on. You know, what you're no. You're a good fan. And I appreciate your call. You know, the whole thing and they are a better team than the New York knickerbockers. And you're right. What are you were kind of describing and very eloquently? So may I add the you were speaking from the heart and speaking as honestly as you can be about a team you root for and that is to be respected and appreciated and your comments are on the record of. But as you were talking about your team, I began to feel that you were basically saying that the Brooklyn nets as young as they are what their energy they are developing. Yeah. That's right. Anyway, Jacob Ben good luck. I mean, what six in a row is nothing to sneeze at already. And and again, you saw Angelo Russell not with any kind of a turnover. You're not seeing in this six game winning streak. Anybody having trouble inbounding the ball? And what did we see at the very end from the king who couldn't carry his team across the finish line? Yeah. Thirty six points. But his last shot three that he took with seconds to go in the game. Had he made it would've been a one point game and anyone's game, but no an airball. And now, we think of his era parent, and who might that be in your NBA, Hollis Jefferson tonight hero. Dangelo Russell hero and Dudley Dudley. Eleven. Seven points in the fourth quarter, one eight seven seven three three seven six six six x number to call on your fan. New york. Sorry. I'm late. I thought he left the garage open and had to drive all the way home again funny. I left mine opened at a two, but I got a text from my security system, letting.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Why why the UB forty tribute today? Actually that saw a little later in the game. Because that song that cover version was nineteen Ninety-three. I would imagine that Cavanaugh. That's right. It all comes back around the cavenaugh. This whole big elaborate intro it has to do with Brett Cavanaugh. And now the the allegations over this this bar fight in nineteen eighty five. After a UB forty concerts, all of that to get to this. Listen, a my entertaining myself. Yes. Is that all that matters? Damn right. It is so. So the the actual song that Brett cavenaugh would a heard at the UB forty concert was not that because that was recorded by UB forty years later. I'm just curious. Was ice thrown at this bar fight in one thousand nine hundred eighty five or by any chance wasn't a glass of. Of course, this is like a Neil diamond song originally as well. So this is the song that potential supreme court Justice, Brent cavenaugh. This is what he one of her at the UB forty four the bar fight in nineteen eighty five. This was released in late. Late eighty three if I'm not mistaken. I'm sure you'll be forties. Having a blast with this. All right. So what the heck am I talking about? How was my lip synching by the way on on the first song? So the New York Times has a report on this bar fight from nineteen eighty-five where Bret Cavanaugh allegedly throw. Not a spear. Not Chinese throwing stars. No ice. The the New York Times they they had a story. About on and numerous others were interrogated or interviewed by the police in New Haven, Connecticut. Oh, boy, when I think in New Haven, Connecticut. Oh, Frank, Pepe pizza who writes around Worcester? You also have Sally's a pizza there. And and modern a pizza. We like Frank. Yeah. We like Frank Pepe the best in but on gray pizza. I I'm going to do a whole show on Schnitzer pizza picks nationwide. And of course, you know, New York City the boroughs, and that's the that's the mecca for for pizza in America. I can also go into you know, why should fly specifically to Napoli in Italy? And I can give you a couple of great places there. But new advocate advocate. The cops interviewed cavenaugh and his pals after there was allegedly drinking in a bar. Go figure drinking at a bar, and then some type of an altercation after a UB forty concert. Now Cavanaugh was not hooked up. He wasn't cuffed and stuffed. He wasn't arrested by the Paul Paul in New Haven, Connecticut. A. A fellow bar goer accused cavenaugh of throwing ice on them. So from the New York Times, this is the stuff. This is what's important these days? From the New York Times piece a witness to the fight said that Chris Dudley. That's right. Chris Doug leap, NBA, Krista Lee. Who is a Yale basketball player who is friends with Mr. Cavanaugh? Then hit a man in the ear with a glass, according to the police report, which was obtained by the New York Times. The report said that the victim Dom Cozzolino was bleeding from the right ear and was later treated and local hospital detective was notified of the incident at one twenty AM mister Dudley denied the accusation. According to the report for his part speaking to the officers, Mr. cavenaugh did not want to say if he through the ice or not. By the way, Dudley Dudley went on to play in the NBA Dudley. Put out a statement, supporting cavenaugh. He said that his. Defended camel and his drinking habits, and there wasn't any. They say any direct mention of the nineteen five altercation at this bar in the hometown of Yale in New Haven, Connecticut. So this is just you know, ridiculous. We have this Chabert leading. I told you about Chad muddling ten on yesterday's show. He was on was he the one on CNN had dropped the f bomb that who was on CNN was a mess. Just an absolute mess. Like like, I mean just couldn't understand where the guy was saying it was just ridiculous. And then we have Mitch McConnell, rightfully so Mitch McConnell was mocking. This earlier today about the incident now with the ice and the mudslide.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Is what it sounded. Like, quite listen. You could see Steve's face is very irritated. Not happy. No, I actually doing. Remember? I looked at woman. I said mom, what are you doing here? Drummed down. This and this, and this I think will bring us to our topic at some point today when we get around to our topic, Steve actually ordered a cocktail which you and I have never seen him do almost twenty years. History. Now, you were saying this is exciting. I'm going to have a cocktail with to kill a rep rep asylum. Two fingers worth eighty two dollars a finger as AJ Benza so AJ's to drink with Dan, rather? And Dan rather used to say with Dan, rather? Yeah. I'll have a what's the whiskey is it. A wild Turkey say he got two fingers vertically not horizontally that means like a lotta whiskey. Yours was like one finger deepen it was eighty dollars. But Dan, rather would say that strongest two acres of garlic. But I've never seen Stephen would straight before. Oh you. I didn't. Religious non drinker. Total or just like us. But I've never seen you drink tequila. I think the reason the reason is recruits. You did. The reason I maybe I don't drink is because my father was in the liquor business, and my uncle was in the liquor business, and my grandfather bottles, and the it was around all the time. So. We had a liquor store and believe me, my husband enjoys a good side. My father used to say to me what a good drink with my friends and sneak off he'd say, no, I have the best stuff here. Why did you try it and took away the sense of revolution? Bolting because you were allowed to drink. And I and as a kid I realized if you didn't tell me what it was. And you put it on the spoon and say dry medicine, so good at all. Absolutely. And you know, with my son, I was always very European go ahead. No thirteen. It's a math quiz. It's very exhausted. Strict. And so I thought drink until he was like maybe seventeen I thought he was such a nerdy kid. And then he did tell me recently that he started a little before that. Well, he started understanding your headaches in the morning, but wait a minute window. People normally start to have alcohol is I don't like I believe he was served a cocktail at a family wedding by a cousin, and I still hold it against her. Which brings us to this. Former Yale classmate of bread Kavanagh responded to the judges testimony by disputing claims at the supreme court nominee made about his drinking habits, you probably know this guy's name by nephew following it. Chad leading ten that's you're gonna say Brett cavenaugh. Yeah. I know that name is he the one who owned the home college professor from North Carolina said in a statement that he often drank alcohol with cavenaugh and said that he was a heavy drinker. Loving to also described Kavanagh's often belligerent and aggressive cut one. If you lied about his past actions on national television and more especially while speaking under oath in front of the United States Senate. I believe those lies should have consequences is truth. It is at stake. And I believe that the ability to speak the truth. Even when it does not reflect well upon oneself is a paramount quality, we seek in our nation's most powerful judges I can unequivocally say that in denying the possibility that he ever blacked out from drinking and in downplaying the degree in frequency of drinking red has not told the truth. I felt my civic duty to tell of my experience while drinking with Brett offer this statement to the press. I will however take information to the FBI and on that note, I contact the FBI cutting me this morning. I contacted them. I received the form I filled it out the details. But I can't give those anybody right now. Right. So a side from leading to Kavanagh's former yell roommate Steven cantor wits also refuted, the different claim cavenaugh made last week that he was still a virgin in college. There's that Bardem people lie about those things all the time. But he brings that up in the FOX interview, which I thought was surprising virgin, and he did volunteer. The the incident. Now, there's another guy who was with him. At Yale was a star in the basketball team that Chris Dudley Dudley was in the bar in the incident where allegedly ice was thrown. And the guy with him Chris Dudley who until three weeks four weeks goes far more famous than cavenaugh through glass at the other guy. Chris Dudley says Cavanaugh was never that kind of guy. He wasn't a heavy. He wasn't a heavy drinker. He wasn't belligerent. Chris Dudley went on to play in the NBA for eight or nine years and was the worst foul shooter at history. So there are a lot of jokes saying if he throws the drink he missed. Brings us to another topic here. And this is where we're going. Go back to high school, go back to college. This whole thing about drinking and blacking out. In the eighties. Was it worst than any other time? When when as Dr drew said the hookup generation began drinking and having sex. They were not knowing who with it cetera. I missed all that excitement. I miss that too. I think I was too young. But I was not part of that. Well, but we're gonna throw this out to all of you your own high school experiences your own college experiences and how it relates those things relate to you today. So let's say today, your forty five or your fifty or fifty five and you had a lot of this stuff going on. How did it affect you? Now, how do you relate to the cavenaugh situation based on your own life? Be my generation. I never thought about that. All right. Let me give you phone just because we have a few cocktails last night. It's actually because producer Louis came up. Good..

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Got the majority of tonight's carries for the bears. So see if Evans throws here on third down and seven from the twenty-five. He does he'll roll was left out. Throws downfield. Great pitching catch at the forty receiver gets up to the forty five plenty enough for a Palmer ridge I down and that is what Mike MacIntyre like so much about Thai Evans, of course, ties committed to play quarterback at the university, Colorado. Yeah. Evans just rolled out to his left and threw a dart there to cayden Dudley Dudley stirred catch of the evening. He has all three receptions for the bears. So first in ten from the bear forty five yard line Evans once again the shotgun face. The handoff has all data throw hill air it outlook just through the hands of Dudley. And I think Dudley t Rex Tillerson short armed if he would have fully extended those arms. I think he makes that cat had a step on the defender there as you mentioned. Extend his arms quite long enough. If he would've brought that ball in. We would be talking about a plumber rich touchdown. Instead, we're talking about a second and ten from the bear forty five again Evans takes a snap. This time hand off to rule massive stiff arm allows rule to get through the line of scrimmage, and he gets down inside Pueblo south territory to the forty eight it'll be a couple yards shy of the first down bringing up. Third and short rules. Got over a hundred and twenty yards rushing. According to our unofficial stats here in the press locks. Don't sell yourself. Short shotgun. Snap in rural again on the Kerry has plenty here on third down. It will be a gain of four inside the thirty forty five excuse me down to about the forty two. And they'll move the change for the bears to forty eight left here in the second quarter. Palmer reach threatening driving with the score tied up at fourteen. And if you're palm ridge you want to get this ball in the end zone. Remember they received the opening kickoff. So south. We'll get the ball to start the second half. So this is a big possession offensively for the bears. Three wide receivers in on the play Evans. Takes a shotgun. Snap hill handed off in a big hit as the runner gets to the line of scrimmage Pueblo, south doing very good job of sniffing out. These runs in the direction in which they are going and now be a gain of one bring second down and nine. And.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Sign what fire. Per, or Bumgarner steel cage match Leave Mad Max beyond thunderdome was Tina Turner movie I. Love Tina Turner Tina Turner was in the lounge in Vegas right See you moving your shoulders back. And forth white man. Overbuying oh yes love got to do with, it Gary and. Larry weekdays. Ten. To, one, on cable and be six eighth Right back. Your AT and t., park were the Diamondbacks salvage, game, in this, series, they went three two and this was a, dud Good pitching, can make it. Seem like everybody's flat, and tired. One nothing less than it was exciting. This is a done well I mean you you did win this was. So yeah it is, a godly was very good It's kind of funny remember acted, April yet, where the, best stars, who've seen all year he went seven struck out nine lot for. It tonight he was pretty good. He was affectively wild. He, hit three guys, I don't think. Any of them were, intentional but. Still I mean you know He kept them up balance. And Derek Rodriguez to be he was just a little. Bit off of this. Command was missing outside. Wasn't shaving the corners. Like we'd seen him during the previous nine, starts reallowed, to runs, or less So I guess you know you say a bad start for him, his five innings and allowing three runs which is still pretty good but tonight Zach godly was better The giants they weren't scoring. Runs in that, road trip after they won the first two games. In l. a.. And these these last five, games they won four of them and, then lost tonight but they're still I, think twelve runs total in. Those five days so the offense It's just it's just not there right now and and they're banged up a little bit and the, guy the last three games the guy that was. Providing the offense, Stephen Duggar now they've lost him he's on the. Disabled list so Nobody knew what the result of the the MRI was before the ball game so I don't know if the. Chance will have any more on that everybody's hoping that it's it's nothing real serious but, man he was he was just an in so strong and getting big hits and making. Great defensive plays, and catches and throws and and whatnot, and he was he was like the key guy in three straight wins here before tonight so that that's kind of a Downer, just took to lose him in and, of itself and they still they. Made their run there and. They In the eighth inning so you. Know they're battling it's kinda like the MAC Williamson deal Yeah it is I mean in a different kind of way Williamson was, sitting home runs but couldn't wait to get to. The park to see the guy play and. Then he tumbles down the left you line he's out and he's still not playing this. It's been kind, of a. Season really is really has, well tonight Was it. Was it was what did you say if. It was Dudley Dudley will pick our players when we come back We think it's important.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fightback AT and t. park where the Diamondbacks. Salvage game in the, series they went three two, and this was, a dud Good pitching can, make it seem like. Everybody's flat, tired one. Nothing less than I was exciting this was a dud well I mean you you did win this. So yeah it is, a godly was very good He's kind of funny because remember acted April had, one of, the best, starts machine, all year he went seven struck out nine lot for it. Tonight he was pretty good he. Was actively wild hit. Three, guys I don't, think you give you. A more, intentional but. Still I mean you know He kept them up ballots. And Derek Rodriguez be he was just a little bit. Off with this command. He was missing outside, wasn't shaving the. Corners like we'd seen him during the previous nine, starts reallowed, to runs, or less So I guess you say. A bad start for, him as five innings and allowing three runs which is still pretty good but tonight godly was better The giants they weren't scoring runs in that. Road trip after, they won the first two games in. L. a. and these these last five games they won four of them and then lost tonight, but they're still I think. Twelve runs totaling those five The offense It's just it's just not there right now and and they're banged up a little bit and the guy the last, three games the guy that was provided, the offense Stephen Duggar now they've. Lost him he's on. The disabled so Nobody knew what the result of the the MRI was before the ball game so I don't, know if the trash will have more, on that everybody's hoping that it's. It's nothing real serious. But Man he was he was just, an in so strong and getting big hits and making great defensive plays and catches. And throws and, whatnot and he was he was like the key guy in. Three straight wins, here before tonight so that that's kind of a, Downer just. To lose him in and of itself and they still they made their run. There and they in the eighth inning so you know they're battling. It was kind of like the MAC Williamson, deal Yeah it is in a different kind of way Williamson was, hitting home runs but couldn't wait to get to the park to see the guy. Play and then, he tumbles down the left he's out new still not playing. This it's been, the kind. Of season it really is really has well tonight Was it. Was it was a what did. You say if it was Dudley Dudley We'll pick our players when. We come back entrepreneurs we know who you are When we to death you invented XM. We. Switched and. You thought of streaming to do what.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gavin Jim Gavin welcome to fresh air hi thanks for, having me so why did you want to build. A, series around a. Lodge like the elks club or the Masons I mean I think the. Last show that I saw that had a lodging was either the. Honeymooners of the Flintstones Yeah I think driving, around southern California probably many parts of the country you drive by, these, places, and, they feel lost in. Time, they feel a bit. Like a relic they're often windowless and you can drive by the many times and then suddenly notice ass? With that, building is or if it catches your eye out for some reason the show said in Long Beach and After World, War Two Long Beach was very prosperous. Place to sprawling streets full of bungalows and it was all based on government investment in aerospace and feeding the growth of. These communities and there's also the height. Of, membership in these fraternal orders the, elks of Long Beach had the largest membership in the nation at one point and then by. The late eighties they were bankrupt and. Closing and the this huge place they build they had to sell and membership in these places seemed to Muir declined and or the falling fortunes of. The middle class, so that was another part of it But maybe the. Main thing? Was I just had, this image in my head for a very long time of a young man knocking on the door of one of these places in an older man opening it. And I didn't know the meaning of it but it seemed, like a moment that had meeting of some kind and the show in many ways. Is is kind of just trying, to figure out the mysterious resonance of that moment so when you. Were doing research on largest did you go into any like did you ask hey can I come into your Mason lodge. I mean they're very secretive aren't they Yeah I mean some are almost functioning. Like museums around southern California my oldest is actually belongs to the folks in orange. And they have? A beautiful building it was I forget what his? Bill, but early twentieth century and they were very kind to us and we we went in with their production designer and we were trying to capture both a world in our own sets that felt very familiar and, modest in a certain way but also had, these touches of the surreal in the weird and out chemical there's. A scene at the lodge where does been drinking a lot and he's in the urine all and he looks up. In on the tile the one of the, tiles represents the card from the, tarot deck called, the, fool what's that image and what does? That say, to the character. Of yeah The, image of the fool on the tarot is a person standing on the edge of a cliff with one foot up in the air there's little little dog behind him, he has a I think like I was like Bendel sticker satchel but he's. About to step off into the abyss and you know as I, imagine in my head there's almost a smile on his face and like he's. Sort of oblivious to that fact yeah so the abyss awaits but he is gladly. Stepping forward or? Maybe he doesn't quite know it's there but the? Fool Is the one, willing to, believe and in this show were we're, way more interested in what people believe in the. Things they actually, believe in or the the actual, reality of of that and it is that attornal Dr to know to understand to unlock. Some. Secret that is at, the heart of alchemy and I think it also drives Dodd and a lot, of our characters Four to try and figure out their life and, see is there a greater meeting beyond this this everyday world the scene in the unseen I guess you've said you. Write your characters is fools of their world rather than as the heros Yeah I feel like there's. Two types of storytellers and I mean not in terms of like writing, but just in life like at the pub where there's someone who tells the story and they're always the hero. Of their own story and everyone around them in stupid and then there's. The storyteller who is always, the fool and the story and they don't, seem to understand life in are always at the mercy of people who are smarter than them I am definitely the second storyteller and I've stumbled through life as such and I think dot, is is an expression of that in some level one, of the, small things I really like about the show is the depiction of a strip mall ecosystem duds father's pool supply, stores on the strip where? There's a Donut store nail salon and this pawnshop which is called the two star pawn very ambitious You know, all these people are interacting me like that, and his father pawn stuff at the pawnshop they take out loans because the guys also alone check dud serfs with the daughter of the owner of the Donut shop and they go to, the same church it's this little community was really interesting, to me Yeah I think it just, southern California strip mall life is kind of a reality for all. I worked, for a long time at a gas station there's on a corner and behind it there is a, strip mall and, you know there was a Donut shop they're owned by a Vietnamese family and all these. Other little shops and proprietors and you do get to know, each other in this weird way so yeah the strip mall where the Dudley Dudley nsen pool supply. Is kind of a second home for dot and It was, really fun to kind of bring out the. Actual humans who occupy it yeah because usually if you don't work in a, strip mall like your experience with the strip malls you drive in. You, go, to one store you drive out again like you don't sort of imagine it as this own environment yeah The show. Is also a lot about the relationship between dud and. His reluctant mentor Ernie played Brent Jennings and in the? System of the lodge dud is the squire to Ernie's night but it's also just. You, know it's an older man sort of reluctantly providing some, advice for this wayward young person and you described his, character Ernie is a master, because he's made it, through life is that a low bar for fighting someone's the. Master In my role ya know yeah just, sticking around that is it kind of. For me he goes, back to, how you define success and I feel like I became successful as a writer the, moment I was taking an. Education class and just was just trying to to write. In a way that felt truthful and everything after that I mean you can put yourself out there but in the end it all goes. Back to just what you actually value and so success for me was has nothing. To do with any type of professional lock which. You know, at this point, I can say I've had. Quite a bit of but. I don't think that luck would have come if I had been chasing some sort. Of laurel or anything like that, it came from just sticking on. The, page and, trying to trying to stick around I think Ernie has, has. A, bit of that you know he's. Had of he's had a full life he's. He's in. The, navy he's had a. Bunch of jobs he's been grinding, as a toilet salesman you now and he. Also just has a he has a taste for life. He's you know books he's reading like a sense of wanderlust and night Erin see he's a man for all seasons let's put it. That way When, I went back, and watched a few of. The episodes of the show. I noticed that there's just a ton of beer drinking like everywhere like people are. Drinking on the golf course people, are drinking at Ernie's office people. Are, drinking as, they wake up at the beach and of course at, the. Lodge, people are just pounding beers what. Was the intent of that I don't, know didn't transfer, reality rarely was there Seaver. That's that a beer in there I don't know You feel more comfortable if? You're not drinking Get something to hold onto a handrail, we're listening. To the interview fresh air producer San Britta recorded with Jim Gavin creator of the new AMC series. Lodge forty-nine will hear. More after a break this is fresh air Support for NPR comes from this station and from the Rockefeller. Foundation.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Sixty two degrees light thunderstorms and rain at eleven o'clock good evening i'm terry mccreadie a white house official is accused of making a derogatory remark about arizona senator john mccain brian shook reports the hill reports that white house special assistant kelly sadler was discussing mccain's opposition to the president's nominee for c i a director when she said it doesn't matter he's dying anyway to sources tell the paper that they believed it was meant as a joke but it made them uncomfortable mccain was diagnosed with brain cancer last summer and has not been in the nation's capital since late last year the hill says the white house has not denied the report brian shook nbc news radio president trump is cheering on republicans ahead of the november midterm elections holding a rally in indiana earlier tonight trump railed against democrats they want to raise your taxes and your tax cuts they wanna have open borders were ruined flies into our country he again warned supporters about complacency and said great progress could be lost if democrats regained control of congress in november's midterm elections trump accused democrats of plotting higher taxes twenty one year old ronald williams is being held without bail after being arraigned on assault and rape charges james flippin has more on his pleading not guilty in the violent queens attack prosecutors say williams came clean and cop to the crime after being arrested in south carolina allegedly telling officers in response to allegations he had brutally beaten a fifty two year old queens woman that he pushed her down the stairs wasn't going to raipur but that he gets angry and blacks out sometimes williams defense attorney says the confession was invalid and that he needs a psychological evaluation the crime has gripped the neighborhood of q gardens since it happened april thirtieth early in the morning because i knew all the police was ali so that's my will come out and come back in house as you're saying williams's next do in bronx court on a probation charge james flippin for seven ten w oh are suspected golden state killer joseph james diangelo is facing four additional counts of first degree murder charges were announced earlier today by santa barbara county district attorney joyce dudley dudley refused to provide details on the crimes a town in westchester county.

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"dudley dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dudley dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And from the from the growth perspective people who favor not going so quickly yeah it's exactly that it means gives the labor market a little bit more room to run because let's dive into sort of parlor game you're and this is a conversation folks that i think we'll be of interest for all but particularly for global wall street let's begin with the idea that the new york fed is different there's the the governor's the chairman the vice chairman is cleared a vicechairman editor that hasn't happened it's talked about it it's definitely talked about okay there in washington and then there's the richmond fed the dallas fed and the new york fed is different why is the new york fed different from the others so we like to call the new york fed the first among equals which i think is is maybe a little bit of a misnomer that is often what set of it it gets a constant vote on monetary policy so the other twelve regional presidents rotate the new york fed has an vote every single rate decision so that's a big difference and then beyond that the new york fed has the markets desk so they do so when you think qe trading all of that was the new york fed and they have supervision over some of the biggest banks on wall street the supervision features actually the biggest deal witnessing germany deutsche bank really having trouble getting a bid this morning i mean i mean they're like the policemen for the banks and some of that was taken away from them in the wake of the financial crisis you know governor torello really centralized a lot of military power in washington but the supervision is still run out of the new york fed and so it it certainly is the most important of the regional federal some people would say it's the second or third most important job at the central so bob dudley out of goldman sachs bill dudley excuse me build about deadliest it's british petroleum bill dudley dudley right good morning mister dudley dr deadly bill dudley goldman sachs is i think good marks and all who picks the new person so the there's sort of a multistage process but the board of directors at the new york fed has been director on bank directors and out of those they formed a selection committee and so that.

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