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Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'
"Are you looking for a good movie D like jesus music. I've got an idea. Why doesn't somebody. I don't know who make a film about jesus music. They could call it. You don't even need a title. You could just call it the jesus music movie Why i've been thinking that and then it turns out a couple of guys. I think that they're brothers. I think that they're the erwin brothers. Have made just such a film for such a time as this. I think andy or when might be my guest right now. Andy is that you good to be with you. Buddy all your is. We're on the same plane as usual. I think so. I think so i. I love music in general but the jesus music the stuff that we call you know. Ccm whatever what made you decide to make a film about the music. You i mean we. We love the music that has really shaped career You know. Of course with john. And i started out as music video. Directors and michael w smith was an artist that took a chance on us as kids and really kind of gave us are starting the industry and that led to us telling the story of i can only imagine the beloved song And the story behind that and that was our breakout hit and so for us. We have a deep affinity for this music but when covert hit it kind of shut everything down and we read a place in time where we said what what stories can we tell. Now that we couldn't tell any other time in history and somebody on our creative team said nobody's looked at the origin of of christian debris music and for the first time in history all these artists off the road at the exact same moment and so we reached out to amy grant and michael smith said it is interesting listed knowledge and interesting but we want to produce it you guys and not many people knew at the time but amy was about a month out from having open heart surgery and she was a really reflective time so we set up the cameras actually outside her house in filled through the window of her house with a two way intercom to get her interview and she gave one of the most raw vulnerable interviews. I had heard an artist give and it just spread like wildfire. Next thing you know we have a hundred different artists about three hundred hours of interviews to go through and it kind of morphed into this beautiful all encompassing
UN health agency sets higher, tougher bar for air quality
"The World Health Organization says the negative health impacts of poor air quality kick in at lower levels than it previously thought and is setting a higher bar for policy makers and the public the U. N. health agency released its revised air quality guidelines today since the last update of the W. H. O. recommendations fifteen years ago better monitoring and sciences cleared up the global picture about the impact of six major air pollutants on human health according to the agency ninety percent of the world's people already live in areas with at least one particularly harmful type of pollutant exposure to air pollution is estimated to cost seven million premature deaths and affect the health of millions more people each year and air pollution is now recognized as the single biggest environmental threat to human health according to the agency's European program manager I'm Julie Walker
Manoah helps Blue Jays top Rays 4-2, maintain wild-card spot
"I'll be no earned his seventh win in lower discreetly junior his twenty first home run of the season is to try to blue jays defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty two but now improve to three one this season against Tampa Bay by allowing two runs on five hits in six innings striking out seven but walking six I pride myself on never being in an easy push over or you know this get to this guy really helpful I'm constantly gonna fight I'm counseling it give my team a chance grill solo shot in the fifth off restarted Rasputin gives him twenty nine RBI in the month of September one shy of the franchise record set by Kelly Gruber in nineteen ninety the loss drops Tampa bay's leading the American League east to six games over Boston while the Bluejays staff half game ahead of New York for the final wild card Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Troubled Nielsen to update measurements for local television
"Who's watching TV and when maybe big changes in the way that question will be answered going back to the days of black and white TV with rabbit ear antennas on the top the Nielsen company has been keeping tabs on TV viewership and as those big to base set seven given way to HD flat screens Nielsen is starting to change it to methods the ratings company has been under fire by the networks were not keeping up with the times and have even put out feelers to recruit other companies to do the counting but now Nelson says it will starting cooperating homes that have cut the cord is they now getting the local the networking programming on line instead of over the air or through cable there's a lot of money at stake Nielsen's measurements are used to govern how billions in ad dollars are spent I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
John Solomon Knew John Durham Was Building a 'Small Number of Indictments' Back in January
"John Solomon I'm going to play something from you that he had to say And this was back on January the 24th Of January 24th So I want you to put that in perspective of when this was Take a listen John Durham is continuing a criminal investigation We are going to be talking this morning about the Biden agenda Do you expect Durham to come out with indictments even in the face of a new administration and the Biden agenda unfolding Everything that I see in the activity of the investigation and everything I hear from defense lawyers and others that are familiar with what's going on is that he is building a small number of indictments trying to get the evidence to get there There have been some delays and there's fights over evidence in the secret behind closed doors grand jury fights but all the evidence is pointing toward him trying to bring criminal charges probably in the first quarter of this year That's what I'm hearing Of course there's a new sheriff in town when Merrick Garland gets confirmed as attorney general as we expect he will He'll have a say and maybe he'll take the and put the case and set it aside But right now John Durham looks to be building a small number of indictments focused on the top of the FBI That's very important The very top of the leadership in the FBI That's where he's looking Also in these documents that were declassified we learned about Christopher Steele and a confession a year after he was fired Tell me about that So important Christopher Steele finally describes his motive in September 2017 Remember he was fired in November for leaking to the meet in November 16 They bring it back in September He said here are my two motors My first motive was James Comey reopened the Clinton email case I thought that was going to hurt Hillary Clinton's chances I leaked to the news media to create a different storyline in the public And secondly I considered Donald Trump to be my main opponent and I didn't want him to be president because he would help my I think he would hurt the Great Britain U.S. relationship Now remember he's a foreigner He's a British former MI 6 agent This is the clearest evidence that a foreigner intermediate election We started the Russian collusion investigation thinking Donald Trump and Russia were colluding together And we ended it knowing that Hillary Clinton's handpicked MI 6 investigator intervened in our election because he didn't like Donald Trump and he wanted to help Hillary Clinton What a role reversal What a role reversal is right John Salman they're saying this back on January 24th Everything he just said by the way it's become true All of it Now the question now is can the media look the other way long enough Can the media look the other way long enough that you won't hear about this story
U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified
"I want you to put on the secretary of state hat. That many believe people believed you're going to wear. Should hillary clinton have won the two thousand sixteen election. And tell me what you would do if you were sitting on the seventh floor of the state department and this submarine controversy arose. And you might want to recap it for people who didn't listen to talk about it last week. You're on the air with me when the story broke. Yeah in in very short strokes. Australia signed up for france to build diesel electric submarines which are pretty good but over the last week or so they have done a one eighty and signed up with the united states in the united kingdom to build vastly better nuclear powered submarines. The french have lost a multi billion dollar contract. Their outrage what i would have done in retrospect was spend more time speaking with our allies. The french our oldest allies the first nation who came and fought alongside us in the revolutionary war. There are very fond of pointing that out as we subsequently fought a small war with them but such was the nineteenth century at the moment there still very strong allies within nato and so this came across to them as a very bad industrial policy. But also a real stab in the back to an ally. If i were sitting in tony blinken shoes right now and tony by the way. Interestingly is a franco phonic. He speaks beautiful. French lived in france for many years. I think he is and ought to be the point. Man on trying to rebuild this at the moment quite shaky set of relationships. And it's not just france hewitt's it's also with europe. Broadly we see particularly in the wake of brexit as the united kingdom pulls out. We now see france taking a lead in germany in working toward a much more independent eu policy. That'll bleed into our efforts to stand up to china. That's why this is important. I think secretary blinken that ought to be pretty much at the top of his chat list. Right now is working with his counterparts in paris.
Psaki Slammed Over Reasoning for Why Migrants Don't Need Vaccine Proof but Travelers Do
"Beach. That's where biden spent the weekend riding around on his bike refusing to answer questions. I'll bet he's refusing to answer questions. He's got a press secretary who evidently thanks to these thousands of illegals who are camped. Out under the bridge in del. Rio texas are just here to like vacation. They don't want to stay here. Did you hear this exchange with the circle. Back pataki and a peter doocy all this is this is a doozy from ducie and check it out. What's going on the border. It's somebody asking the foreign nationals. Who are locked in del. Rio texas and setting out on this side of the border for proof of vaccination for a native kuban test. Well first of all. I can re re re address for you or re re tuck you through what steps we take you for people who fly into the country so if somebody walks into the country right across the river somebody asked them to see their vaccination. Well let me explain to you again. Peter howard process works as individuals as individuals come across the border and they are both assessed for whether they have a any symptoms if they have symptoms they are the intention is for them to be quarantined. That is our process. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. I don't think it's the same thing it's not the same thing. These are individuals as we've noted and has been discussed we're expelling individuals based on title forty two specifically because of covet because we want to prevent a scenario where large numbers of people are gathering posing a threat to the community and also to the migrants themselves so those are the policies that we put in place in large part because again the cdc continues to recommend title forty to be in place given face global pandemic. I mean are you kidding as individuals. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. I don't think it's the same thing. What does she think these illegals from haiti wanna do go to disneyworld and then go back to haiti the circle back think they just want to go visit times square. Check out the statue liberty and then go home. I don't think they're intending to stay there. They are not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. Aren't they intending to move here. She keen asylum. Wow
Fox Reporter Peter Doocy Hammers Psaki While Defending Haitian Illegal Immigrants
"Us is starting to try to repatriate more and more of the illegals the migrants in del rio somebody wanted. Somebody said this. We gotta go to del rio mike and do your show from there. Yeah that's what. I want to hang out with thousands of illegals guarantee. A whole bunch of them have covered. I don't want to go down to hold of the bathroom. I nervous i shook. Somebody's hand yesterday. And i was so paranoid. And it's all me. It's it's not normal. I know goofy lot of us are living this way. Because we're just kind of in fear with these thousands and thousands of migrants so they're starting to deport them. You know with the new york times take away. Is i kid. You not headline deported by. Us haitians are in shock. I don't know this country. This is an actual article in the new york times. These haitian migrants longed for the possibility of a better life in the united states. Well wait a minute circle back. Pataki said they're not even stand very long. What do you mean. There's look long in for a better life. They don't want they just want to go to disney world for a weekend then go home again right circle back said that yesterday. Pretty fascinating exchange with peter. Doocy check this out. this is cut number one. Here's jen psaki. With peter doocy yesterday at the white house. What's going on at the border. It's somebody asking the foreign nationals. Who are locked in del. Rio texas and setting on this side of the border for proof of vaccination for a native kuban test. Well first of all i can. I can re address for you or we re talk through what steps we take people who fly into the country so somebody walks into the country right across the river. Somebody asked them to see their fascination. Well let me explain to you again. Peter our process works as individuals as individuals. Come across the border and they are both zest for whether they have any symptoms if they have symptoms they are. The intention is for them to be quarantined that our process. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. I don't think it's the same thing. It's not the same thing to you. Let me just explain this our process if they have symptoms they're quarantined will wait a minute. We've been told over and over again. You can walk around with cova without symptoms for a while before you get symptoms. Can't you transmit the virus. A symptomatically would faucher told us so. I guess circle back doesn't believe ouchi.
Lester wins 200th, Cards down Brewers for ninth straight win
"The streaking cardinals continue to make a beeline toward the playoffs a five to two win over the brewers it's the ninth straight win for the cardinals who continue to move toward solidifying the second wild card spot starting pitcher Jon Lester got his two hundredth career win Leicester went six innings at one point set down ten in a row the cardinals got on the board early I know in our models to run first inning Homer off brewers starter Freddy Peralta the brewers magic number to clinch the NL central division remains at three over the cardinals Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Buyers' Remorse Runs Rampant Among Biden's Former Cheerleaders
"It's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years and this is a these policies have turned it into becoming a magnet. So he's got a lot of work to do incredible chunk taught who is a reliable cheerleader for the democrats for the bite administration just rattling off a number of crises lang them at the feet of the current encampment. Let's are somebody who believes in unbiased reporting the creator of just the us dot com john. Solomon we played a cut in the first hour from cnn. Talking about might have multiple crisis. Then you have chunk. Todd you have a stephanie ruling others is something happening in the mainstream media. John i wrote a star the other day that said that buyer's remorse starting to set in even among people who embraced by nearly the media is currently wanted them and chuck. Todd was a great apologised for joe biden. All astier into the beginning of this administration as was cnn and msnbc we also see an enormous amount of buyers remorse from our foreign allies france. Great britain grave concerns about the way joe biden conduct. Things and i know he just said in the clip there that it's key issue of of credibility. I think the american voter see something. Different isn't just credibility its competence. We don't blow up people who are innocent with a predator drone and call it a right to strike. We don't open the border and bring cove into our country. That's just the competence question. I think the bigger issue that joe biden's presence he's going to with long-term is is he. Competent president did we vote for someone who sounded good but can't
Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones
"Oklahoma scheduled its first executions since the state put lethal injections on hold six years ago at one point the Oklahoma death chamber it was one of the busiest in the nation but executions were put on hold after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen that left an inmate writhing on the Gurney and drug mix ups in twenty fifteen the wrong lethal drugs were delivered seven executions are scheduled including Julius Jones he is supposed to die November eighteenth for killing a local businessman who was shot in front of his family during a carjacking the date was set despite a recommendation by the Oklahoma pardon and parole board that Jones's death sentence be commuted to life imprisonment without parole Jones's case was featured in twenty eighteen on the ABC television documentary the last defense I'm at Donahue
Caller Chris Describes Losing His New Job Over Mask Mandate
"You're on with Dan Bongino. What do you got for us? Hey, brother. I wouldn't thank you on behalf of the special operations community veterans for what you do. You're a true patriots. We appreciate it, man, Chris. Thank that means a lot to me coming from you heroes. Seriously. Thanks, brother. I appreciate that. Thanks a lot. What do you got for us today? Hey, Hey, I just want to give you a real time Update on how Joe Biden's illegal mandates are affecting disabled veterans. I literally just got fired about an hour ago from my job over a mask issue. Yeah. I moved my family halfway across the country to catch it for one K upon my wife's wedding rings sold my guns. Everything to come here for this job to train our 82nd airborne medics. You know young medics on what I did, and I have a disability blind by my position from the villa. Saying that I cannot wear a mask. They would not accept it. So they fired me after my first day of work. I I and I wish I had some. I don't I don't even know what to say like this. This story is getting more and more depressing. Don't go anywhere, Chris, but I read these stories. I hear them. I read them. I read the messages during the break and Chris were descending into total complete madness. I mean, think about this, a guy like you with your set of life skills, right? You bring something extremely valuable life saving skills to the table to teach to others. In a really tight job market because they're paying people not to work and you get fired for not putting a face diaper on your face where they can provide to you no substantive evidence that will do anything to mitigate this crisis whatsoever. That's where we are right now, Chris, that's where we are as a country right now.
WNBA Playoffs Bracket Is Set, Liberty-Mercury and Wings-Sky Set for Round 1
"Yes we are excited. The wnba playoff start this week in fat. That's the most important thing for you to know that. The playoffs off. Thursday september twenty third with first round single elimination. That means win or go home. Don't forget that about the wnba formats at the first two rounds. Hey if you lose. Your playoffs are over. And we've got to exciting match ups that we're going to get into a later in the show eight o'clock. Pm eastern time. That first game of the double is dallas wings versus chicago sky. The second game is ten. Pm eastern standard time and that is between the new york liberty. oh my god and the phoenix
The Trump-Alfa Bank Server Mystery Resurfaces
"Of the pieces of information Sussman, his lawyers steal the others. One of the pieces of information the collusion network. Was trying to flood the zone with the FBI with was that Trump Tower was communicating via a server with a bank in Russia called Alpha Beck. And there was some pings there. But Sarah had some fascinating information about those pings. I hadn't even heard yet. Where those pings from Trump Tower to Alfa Bank. Or did someone create those pings? To make it look like they were check this out. So what Alfa did was they actually put into their system like they basically put in a tracer into their systems so that they would see where these pings were coming from? Because Dan, the pings had to be coming from somewhere. These connections were there, but they weren't delivering any content. So there was basically a paying from Trump server going over to Alfa Bank with absolutely no content whatsoever. So alphabet put their own guys on it. And when they did that they did it. Three Print occasions. They actually traced it back. Two Inside the United States. These pings were actually moving from back and forth from the United States to their bank. It was as if they were being hacked to be set up to look like this. Oh, Now you know when you're doing the show Like that. You know, you got people talking in your ear. You got 1000 things going on. You're watching the camera accuse you watching time TV is a lot more difficult than radio at the 1000 times harder. It is. You know the content. You gotta refresh from the content, but Are you Listen to your guests, obviously. But sometimes you missed a few things here and there when she said that I don't know if you see my face and I'm like, Wait, What? So now it may not only be the FBI was in on it. Knew that they needed a good source to lie to a judge. The upper levels of the FBI finally found the source who alleged is alleged to have lied to the FBI about who he was working for, so the FBI can pretend he wasn't working for Hillary. And then we find out the story they were telling about Alpha Bank talking to Trump Tower from Russia to Trump Tower That not only was the story totally made up in fake as I covered on Friday, but it's Sarah said there may have been Some Internet electronic digital manipulation going on to make it seem like they were talking to each other folks. How much crazier can this story possibly get? This is it's ST This is the biggest crazy pill story of our time.
Clinton-Linked Lawyer Charged for Lying in Trump-Russia Origins Probe
"Hillary Clinton want to set up Donald Trump for the fake Russian collusion thing Big break on Friday. Obviously, one of the lawyers involved in this propagating this collusion fairytale working with the Clintons gets indicted. Big story. Now we start to see what happened. It's clear the FBI was not fooled by the Russian collusion that they were part of it. They were just looking for someone to walk into their office who was credible enough that they could put the information down in a charging document or a fighter application and say, Hey, we heard this from Joey Bag of Donuts. He's credible. And what's the problem? The people who kept coming into the office in New York and London and elsewhere and saying, Hey, got information on these trump guys in the Russians all kept saying, Oh, and by the way, we're working with Hillary Clinton. Now I have no doubt the FBI knew that. But the FBI can't tell that to a judge, Judge judge Bag of doughnuts. We've got an affluent walking in here and excuse me in Africa, and he had a subject walk in and say he was working for Hillary Clinton. They don't like Donald Trump. He's colluding with the Russians. The judge would have laughed him out. So somehow it gets back to the Hillary Clinton team. Hey, listen. You gotta get somebody with bona fide. He's incredibility to go into the FBI telling this information even though it's fake and say, Hey, we're not working with anyone Just doing this out of the kindness of our hearts so we could swear to it. Is everybody digging, Jim? Is this making sense? Picking up what I'm putting down? So how do I know this folks Because the evidence is everywhere. So DOJ hears their release their indictment from last week of this lawyer, Michael Sussman, Right, pay very close attention to these dates. As alleged in the indictment on September 19th Michael Sussman met with FBI general counsel uh, in in Washington. Sussman had requested the meeting to provide the general counsel with certain data files and white papers that allegedly demonstrated covert communications channel between Trump and this Russian bank. Alfa Bank. It was all made up, folks. Assessment. This is the key line who had previously represented the DNC in connection with the Khyber, A cyber hack falsely stated to the FBI general counsel that he was not bringing these allegations to the FBI on behalf of any client. Then they don't wait. Where's the Kenny Belt? There? It is. The Kenny Bell gift from Kenny. He's a podcast listener. That's the souls. That's the story. Finally, in sun, September, mid September, September, 19th someone walks into the FBI who at least claims to not have any of these conflicts. Now the FBI is I go. We got it out. This is gonna be so great. Now we can go to a judge and say we want to spy on Trump and we could say we got information from this guy. Sussman and Sussman says he's not working for anybody. Isn't this so wonderful? Well, The problem is That John Dorms alleging that he was working for someone the entire time he was working with the Hillary Clinton
Polls Open for Tight Election in Canada
"Welcome back america. Here here salena zito is my guest. She is america's columnists you can read everything that she writes it. Selena zito dot com. We talk over the weekend about something that i'm not going to tell you about unless you can tell me about it. Selena can you tell me about it. I can't carry about it yet. All right believe in there. Tell me about justin trudeau. You just wrote a common. The new york post that is about justin trudeau. Who by the end of the day. I hope is the for their voting today aren't they they are. They're voting today and it's really interesting sort of what's happening there for the benefit of the steelers fans. We're talking about canada. Well my family have. We had a place up there for over seventy years. So i know a little bit about avian Probably the only one in pittsburgh go ahead. They lost yesterday. I'm happy happy happy. I got some heat on twitter from. I got rolled by yesterday. And he said you know east. Ohio watches the pittsburgh steelers. And i wrote back. Yeah so they loved him lose like yesterday. But you go ahead and tell us about canada so Trudeau coli snap election In august in. Interestingly enough he called it the day that these the polls came out that canadians gave him very high marks on his vaccines distribution. And they should have. They have the best vaccine distribution as a country in the world however they did not like that. He decided to call this snap election. Why because first of all there's very strict lockdowns in in canada. And so they believe that he was. It was irresponsible for him to do in the middle of a pandemic after being lectured forever about not doing anything and all the set now he wants everyone to go out and vote and the reason he wants everyone to go out and so is because he had he had High marks in the polling but You know that didn't transfer that didn't stay because people people look at it as like you're doing this because you want a majority government.
Pfizer Says COVID-19 Vaccine Works in Kids Ages 5 to 11
"Pfizer says its covert nineteen vaccine works in elementary school age kids and it'll soon seek emergency use approval in testing kids ages five to eleven Fizer used a much lower dose than the one given now mate senior vice president Dr bill Gruber says the kids still developed virus fighting antibody levels and just as strong as those in people ages sixteen to twenty five whom he says the vaccine protects every match that antibody response we're likely to match the protection Gruber says Fizer aims to submit its data to the FDA bite months set made what he calls a pent up demand among many parents anxious for their kids to be protected and have a normal childhood I see this is urgent Sagarin mag ani Washington
How to Avoid Sacrificing Quality Work for Speed and Deadlines
"This week. We're going to talk about whether or not we sacrifice. Quality in the name of speed or deadlines or something to that effect. This was a topic recently in conversations in in thoughts that i've been having if you've been on a team that has a very very tight deadline whether or not you've decided to trade off scope or certain milestones or even potentially changing some of the standards with which you develop software there. There's some things that we can control so while while quality can be subjective. Certainly there are. There are items with which we can agree on. Yeah that's a good question. I mean i think. I think i think that you can i. I think that you can have a team agreed. Standard or especially a majority agreed standard. I think that you can definitely have a team standard. But it's very very very unlikely that it will be your personal standard so with that in and we started talking a little bit behind the scene just to get a feel for what types of things we wanted to discuss include brought up your standards versus their standards versus team standards. Even i i would when i joined a team or when i'm new to a team when the team changes significantly whether that's new team members added or team members leave or for various other reasons. It's worthwhile often. I find to have that kind of team norms discussion. So that you can set the expectation so that you can discuss what what you expect from from each other what you expect from one another the types of things that we determine what quality is in how we define that. Maybe i think those things can certainly be valuable I it's good to have a discussion It depends on how the discussion is held though. Like if you were to stop air if you were to say some time in the in the in the team like oh well. I think that we should all be doing unit tests and the rest team kind of sit there for a second and looks at you and they're like oh okay i mean we can. I guess we can. We can do. We can try unitas than they're probably not going to do. Unit
"each set" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"We'll just kind of rock around while the stuff just catch random bands. And you know, each set is about an hour or so. But in between I feel like in years past, you could always go somewhere. And like, find someone playing. I know they kind of do that 246 o'clock thing. But there were certain times where I felt like there was nothing going on like there was nobody playing. You could kind of spin some wheels and stuff. But besides that, I'm like, I don't know if I just don't remember from years past, but there it just kind of that really stood out to me on Saturday. I don't know, too, if it was just the lack of people, But like I said, there were literally certain times where you're walking around, like, okay, we ate. We spun this wheel. Like what Should we go do now? You know what I mean? Yeah, I never thought of surface being like that. Debbie. Did you get down at all this? I did not this weekend. I'm thinking maybe one of the next weekend's here coming up. And reach or I should say I'm Michelle, You're going Chris Stapleton, you're gonna hang around before or after I would like to. I'm kind of looking forward to know lines. I think that might be nice. It's kind of all you said it really is good. Having space because one of the hardest parts of summer fest in the past is you feel like your shoulder to shoulder with everybody. From the moment you get in line outside the grounds to the moment you leave right now, It's actually nice having little space to breathe in and operate. Move around. That's what my son said. Obviously, you worked from Milwaukee sweets there every night covering concerts. But he said he Personally loves it because of everything you just said, Brian, You don't have to worry about anything. But yeah, you got to wonder about the sponsors. I thought Pete Levy had a really interesting take two in his column about what happened over the weekend. Just the fact that I think for a lot of us when Summerfest announced this new format this was gonna be like, Ah, this big city wide celebration that everything is back to normal, And even though it was going to be three weekends, it was just me this chance to go out and say the pandemic is over, Stick a fork in it, And that's obviously not the case of its Covid of its schedules. If it was Labor Day, Whatever the case, maybe it did not draw huge crowds on that we can all agree the reasons and whether or not that measures up as success for the vendors and the folks who run Summerfest, they will have to tell us that in their own words, and we'll see what happens this weekend..
"each set" Discussed on KTOK
"Burials in the same mass grave, she says. The work right now involves removing this soil on top of the coffins were using the backhoe. To remove the overburden that is over the top of these grades. And while we monitor very closely and carefully, she says the hand excavation work will begin next week. The goal is to identify each set of remains and if they are victims from the race massacre to bury them. Properly at a memorial site. Oklahoma City police say two men are dead after a crash on I 40 over the weekend, authorities say a pickup driven by 91 year old Montreal, Shipley was going east in the westbound lanes when it struck another vehicle head on the crash killed Shipley and the other driver, identified as 45, Year old. Whole Fleming's. A passenger in Fleming's vehicle was taken to the hospital in fair condition from the Allen Samuels. Volkswagen Weather Studio. Alan Samuels, Volkswagen, Your friend in the car business. Mostly cloudy today, with storms likely, and we'll have a high in the low to mid eighties will drop back to the upper sixties. Tonight. Tomorrow. Mostly cloudy a high in the mid eighties are low in The mid seventies and on Wednesday mostly sunny and we could hit 90. I'm Jacqueline Scott News radio 1000 Katie. Okay on the air and online at K t okay dot com. Use radio 1000 Katie, Okay, Oklahoma's first news. This is a metaphor for your businesses Journey. Sometimes it feels like the course keeps changing.
"each set" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You set it up that way way I I wish I could take all the credit for it. It's how they select. Yeah, we changed it up this We had three triples in each set, and he actually played all three triples. Yes, I love that. I love the format. It's It's a lot more fun and actually smart, exciting. So they used to play me right is that we used to do it. Yeah. Yeah, And I have, like a you know, 75% winning percentage, of course, also had the record for most runs scored. But I'm just I'm just saying, throwing that all right. Walk us to the break, Mr. Bill, stat. This one has had that feel from pretty early on in the game that had a lot of twists and turns left in it. Stay tuned back into college. Four years. Bob Duker, take two. All right, lane. Thank you very much. Stay tuned. You picked up a couple? Yeah. Hold along. Okay. We're all right were in range very much. So Go have a hard saucer. Oh, no. You know what trial busy? You're listening to the Steve's Graffiti show on Wtmj. Welcome back to ask Hassles. I'm Weston. What's your question? Do you know who said there's no such thing as a free lunch? No, but I know who said there is such a thing as a free back string. Who me? Okay. Now through Monday, purchase any beauty Rest or Sealy Posturepedic mattress.
"each set" Discussed on KQED Radio
"America's I resolved, and so much of this film is about that which is unresolved inside the characters inside of America. And so the chance that these intrinsically American stories he's intrinsically African American stories are going to be shown all over the world is a great thing. It's also a chance to celebrate an honor. Three great American artists all now gone. Beginning with playwright August Wilson. The play. Marini's black bottom first produced on Broadway in 1984 is part of Wilson's epic cycle of 10 plays each set in a different decade of the 20th century, each set around some aspect of black American life. Wilson died in 2005 at age 64 years earlier, He spoke with the late Gwen Eiffel on the news hour. I am a black American playwright, You know, they couldn't deny it could be anything else and make my guard Of the Black American culture is they're all cut out of the same cloth. If you will, you know, that's why, and that's why I write about. I focus on the sand but blue Here come up, but they don't know how it got there. One hallmark of Wilson's plays the power and poetry of his language. In the film version of Mar, rainy, Viola Davis plays the title character. Lose hope you get out of bed in the morning. Get up when you ain't alone. Something else in the world. Something then and it by that song it in capsules, you know,.
"each set" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene. One apple take to hi. This is joanie tomato and today we have in both welsh who is production designer of the unfortunate. Got it wrong here. It's important series of titles. Hi this is tony tomato. Today i have bo welch. Who is the production designer on a series of unfortunate events airing on netflix. Of course some of my favorite movies. Batman returns edward scissorhands just to name a few welcome. It's great to talk to you like you're doing fantastic work on this show as well. I thank you very much. I'm honored and boy Lovely introduction thanks. No thank you. I gotta ask you about about the show and i get the feeling you kind of have a little bit of a gothic soap like for example for the austere academy having the dorms in the shape of tombstones and things like that that came from somewhere didn't it. Yeah but that actually was in the source material. Where the the the bill. The buildings were described as tombstones although it becomes a blur between the source material the script and my collaboration with vary sonnenfeld. With whom done a lot of work. I honestly i think it was in the source material or might have been in one of the little illustrations in the book hinting at that shape so i made it much more pronounced and deliberate. But yes. Yeah they are. Yeah that's great and you kinda went to hate to say that word because it kind of fits but kind of old school with the with the church with school itself not with tombstones but obviously in design to make it kind of like a an older established academy. Yeah i think the concept was at one time it probably was one of the finest private boarding schools you know in in the world. Let's say or in the country and that it has that it had fallen on hard times and fallen into disrepair and I think by by starting with something that feels solid and in order to show run down. It's it's great. Start start with something that has dignity he the hell out of it and i'll tell you do deconstruction. So well like in. Batman returns with arctic world and in series of unfortunate events with the carnival. So i must be a lot of fun to to destroy things a little bit. You nailed it It really fun. It's really fun and and if nothing else I love to have fun at work. I love building things. And then i love destroying things so it's part of the process but oh no i welcome it in the the great news is i. You know i had collaborators. Painters and sculptors and classes who who were able to achieve the desired. Look very often. You start this and they go really. You want to rough it up that much and go yes than this time. The the crew the fabulous scenic artists Nailed it like right off the bat. They were not the least bit timid about About deconstructing these lovely sets. And we've all seen those kind of broken down carnivals. Haven't we some some time in our lives. I feel like we all have. yeah And there's something inherently broken down about a carnival. Anyway that's true. I think you'd you'd you'd be hard pressed to find a fresh bright exciting new unless it's on a commercial somewhere for some obscure pharmaceutical which is usually turn up. That was like catnip for production designer. Do a rundown carnival is just. That's just nirvana in the design and the hospital man talk about and this is something about rundown to me. There's nothing funny. You're than the concept of a hostile. That just looks like it's crawling with disease and it looks like the last place in the world you would ever want to go to get well or to get health care of any kind. I wouldn't go in the door there for an aspirin so that that was the fun of that is a a neo-fascist brutal listed hospital. That's really run down. What's interesting is i think. This is where production designers. Don't get the credit. A lot of the times is how important they are to buy the sets and the look of the production really set the tone of it too and each set kind of sets a different tone whether it were in this project and certainly and the men in black films it just. It's so important. The work you do because for the actors a step into it and it's almost hard not to be in character when you are playing on these sets. Yes you're right and thank you very much for making that observation. But that's kind of how i've made a living is making those kinds of set. And i do it. 'cause i love it. I absolutely love doing it. But you're right. It's helped for everyone. And it does absolutely is one of the most important aspects of establishing the tone you are aiming for and when you work with barry. Does he kinda give you any direction or he kinda. You kinda know each other's vibe right now and just kind lets you do what you wanna do. We have conversations we share some images. We laugh we pay and then Just tear into it. You know at this point. I've done a lot of work with him. So there's a there's the shorthand thing but there's also you know the material that we work on speak to may speaks to him we wouldn't do it otherwise and then out of that you know it just becomes clear at the more we get into it but yeah they always an exploration in the beginning. What could this be what is it. What is the easy answer then our. Let's think outside the box here. What could it be y. You know you challenge every aspect of it and that's part of the process of delineating a visual concept for the material shade tuned for more of the scifi. Talk indie film. Podcast back with more on john filmmaking on the fi talk indie podcast. Shalon apple take to. How do you work. Since the technology has certainly changed all our lives Do you still like to do the old fashioned sketching or do you use a program now or maybe a little bit of both. I'm old school. I sketch i do rough crying. I collect you know. Reference material data collect off the internet in the old days. We used books. Dr and i don't.
"each set" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Man some nice guy. He should be in jail in some other way. Relation aperture verses temperature versus jenga made a fragile brand. I mean this is. This is almost joe. This is like a joke. it's like a joke. But if this was like streamed on like twitch like like two people playing jenga with glass blocks people would watch. You're watching one watching. What being olympic event. What am i big in. General is too much glass breaking in my house. we have. We have a broken glass here at least once a week it gets under. It'll fall in the kitchen. It gets under the of and it gets are. We spent a lotta time cleaning. That guy who says glue is over shatters though. It's very hard to glue built together. The question is when they break the jingle pieces. is it just a complete shatter. The says that determine because if it's like aris allies that's clearly not safe and then a large chunks of glass obviously very safe each set agendas good for one play only basically at this point because all breaking at the end of the game django set a lotta glass. Also it's the whole thing glass that by the end of the game. It's an first of all. Are we playing jenga with like we sell this real Lawsuits involved here. I'm trying to what the material that could be useful. That still has that same falling apart effects. I guess though the high stakes is really what makes glass jenga.
"each set" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Rolling in our opinion is the decision of the value of black lives the case is going to international attention and leaders of John's former church asked that any protests following the verdict be peaceful but what we also want going forward whatever the case is both the most Christ like spirit to prevail the jury can convict Geiger of murder which could bring life in prison or manslaughter which comes with a sentence ranging from two to twenty years Clayton level down your P. congressman Chris Collins who quit his congressional post Monday is expected to plead guilty Tuesday in federal court congressman is accused of insider trading I'm only a Francis. in two thousand seven marine first lieutenant Travis manning was killed in Iraq after saving his moody teammates Travis is legacy lives on through the five words he spoke before leaving for his final deployment if not me then who works that today fuel spirit of Travis Manion foundation towards the living veterans families of the fallen and inspired civilians who go out of their way to find a way to help others with the help of others to bounce back after each set back to make good on good intentions through Travis Manion foundation if not me then who are words that can live in you to show the world what your character is made of because the character is invisible until it's not find out how you can strengthen the character of your community alongside a power veterans families of the fallen and inspired civilians at Travis Manion dot.
"each set" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You don't share who you voted for such elections? Can you share who you voted for that night? You can shout it out if you want they're just going to aggregate the. Number four who did you pick? Which do you prefer not get to only on the way after each set that they do. Sometimes I voted for the Motown's. Okay. Okay. Okay. Depending on which tunes. I liked the best. And how will Gotcha. Hell they just a a postscript on what what we do in the shadows. Which we spend a little time on the last one. I left out one of the key characters. He's not actually a bloodsucking vampire. He's a small bald man in a cardigan sweater named colon. And he's the most terrifying. Because what he does is suck the energy out of people. He'll come to a group of people and just engaging the most boring conversation. It's really funny stick I've known empires does. So he's he's terrorizing the original movie that what we do in the shadows fourteen made. They make it a TV show at a bit. So must be like a big hit. Right. Fifty bucks three point four million dollars. That's a that's a pittance, so, but it also goes to show that some movies have a life of the own and they get a cult following like office space didn't make a killing at the box office. But it became a movie that everyone loves, and I think what we do in the shadows has a similar vibe to it. Which is why I made a series while the vampires went to a city council meeting. To plead their case. All right. And they had some demands when they take over no noise during daylight hours may sleep in their coffins a ban on turtlenecks. Unlike the benefits. Are your turn? Yeah. The best of enemies didn't do very well the box office, but four point four million which is pretty tepid. It was only in about maybe seventeen hundred screen. So that definitely impacted it. But I don't think this movie's capturing his I, and I think that's a shame because they it's a good movie. But also the story is just so amazing. It's about a a community in in Durham, North Carolina circa nineteen seventy-one, and the segregation doesn't technically exist in the US. It was it was made a legal, but it's still kind of existed unofficially in certain segments of the south, including this area. So the young black children are going to a certain school and the young white children going to a different school. But the black school suffers significant fire damage, and now the community has a rally together and figure out where to these kids go they've got a study that gotta learn do they go to the all white school. A lot of the local white people. There are not too pleased with that plan. So they have to do this thing called Charette, which is where they get all the members of the community gather at least representatives and. Hash out some kind of solution and one side is an atwater. This black activist play by Rajabi Henson. And the other side is a Ku Klux Klan leader play by Sam Rockwell, and they've got to find some common ground there. And it's all about that really contentious ten day period. Again, this is based on a true story. I spoke to the only surviving member of this particular chapter in history and his Bill Riddick. He was a fellow in charge of the Charette. He was the mediator. And he said that the film stays pretty close to the truth which was refreshing to hear, and it's a very well told story performances, a great Rockwell and Hinson or excellent Hanson's unrecognizable here, she transformed herself with makeup in performance into inet water. But it's just you know, in this time where everyone is sort of fighting about ideology and talking about race and how how long we've come along. And if we made much progress, it's just remarkable story. And it's about fifty years old almost and it's true. And I think there's something really heartwarming about that. So what's controversial about? I don't see it. But some people do I wanna read quote from? Roger Ebert dot com. That is a website started by the late movie critic, of course, he has kind of a panel of critics who now weigh in a different films on that website. And this is what this person said he said, I cannot believe that in two thousand nineteen I have to review a movie where my latest white savior is the same guy who put a noose on my neck and hang me from the nearest tree. Now, I'm assuming that the writer is is a person of color, and he's referring to the character. But you know, in many ways people in films are flawed deeply flawed or almost irredeemably flawed. We see hit-men movies we see movies where people are killers. We see a drug dealers, and we are asked to root for them or find their humanity. So here's a story where we're doing that. We've got a guy who's extraordinarily flawed and was able to see the light of his hateful ways. And this critic is really coming down on that. I I mean, I think as as a society we need to have that. Space where we can say, okay, people do bad things, but they are allowed to be redeemed. And I think that's what happens in the movie and what happened to relief. I think there's a a grouping of people, and these are the ones who are obsessed with identity politics, whether it's race or religion or gender you name it, and they're not looking for this rep Roche Mont. They're looking to have a terrible treatment of people in these various groups over time. Thrown in other people's faces especially white people perpetually, that's what they're they're peddling. And they don't want that sense of guilt to ever go away. Trying to put in a favorable light someone who's seeking redemption by changing his terrible ways is runs the risk in in some of the people at this mindset in their mind of taking away perpetual issue that they don't ever want to go away. You know, I wrote to take on. I hate to agree, but I do agree. And I I would I wrote the story about this controversy. I kind of made writing I thought that Robert Byrd sort of the a a well re well-regarded Senator West Virginia was a member of the K K K. And I think he actually was the same title that these Sam Rockwell character was in his movie, I think he's exalted cyclops is that I have names. You know, it's it's a silly name is awful organization, but he was in the klu Klux Klan, and he learned to be a better human being and then became a critical member of legislature and was never castigated directly for his past. He was forgiven. He was redeemed and he created a life, and you could agree or disagree with his legacy, politically speaking. But I'm kind of curious if he died a few years ago if he were still alive today, and he was still in congress. What the conversation would be especially from people left of center. The notion today that there are a significant number of Americans in this country with three hundred twenty million people who are white supremacists. Constituting a threat is absurd. The Ku Klux Klan is if it still exists at all is down to a handful a couple of thousand people and what drove it out of business where civil lawsuits where these clan member. Offers were. We're taken to court and sued to the point of bankruptcy for them. And whatever money their local chapters had was was lost in the in the courts and good riddance, by the way, but it's interesting the fending him her Pudge is, of course, the context. Now, the movie is good at solid. I don't think it's a great film. I think it's a little bit too obvious at times in storytelling. But those two lead performances and just the sweep of the story itself. I really recommend. I think people will enjoy it. And I think he'll give people a lot to talk about. All right. What are you what kind of rating you putting on three and a half ripped cards for a critical scene late in the movie that actually did happen in real life? So when you see it just know that that maybe the dialogue was different. But that significant moment was really true. When we come back. I wanna.
"each set" Discussed on KTOK
"Jack Callaghan. Fox news. A federal judge has ordered the government that more migrant families separated at the border be reunited, federal judge daynuss Abrazos already ordered more than twenty seven hundred migrant children to be reunited with their parents. That order applied to kids who are in custody as of June two thousand eighteen but now the judge expand sad order applying it to children separated from their families in twenty seventeen that order comes after a report by the health and human services departments internal watchdog, which says more children may have been separated by Trump administration policies since the summer of two thousand seventeen the ACLU had sued over the practice of separating children from their parents, saying the administration's devastated these families, Jill NATO, a school bus reportedly carrying a middle school softball team has been involved in a fiery crash in southeast Oklahoma one student. Reported dead along with two people at an SUV and other people hurt after Jesse Spolete delighted by a grand jury Chicago for allegedly faking a hate crime and lying the police about it. The indictment actually expands the case against him in two ways he was facing one felony count for disorderly conduct. Now, he's facing sixteen felony counts. But the grand jury also returned to separate sets of charges for making false statements to two different Chicago police officers and those stories were different. Remember, he gave one statement shortly after the alleged attack and another later the same day where he told police about the racist and homophobic slurs that they yelled maga- country beat him up. Put a noose around his neck and poured bleach on them each set of charges carries a possible penalty of four years in prison. Trace gallagher. More Garrett goes the attorney for small let's says these new indictments are unnecessary and vindictive..
"each set" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Austin ninety nine point seven FM. Reunite them all Jack Callaghan. Fox news. A federal judge has ordered the government that more migrant families separated at the border be reunited, federal judge daynuss Abrazos already ordered more than twenty seven hundred migrant children to be reunited with their parents. That order applied to kids who are in custody as of June twenty eighteen but now the judge expand said order applying it to children separated from their families in twenty seventeen that order comes after a report by the health and human services departments internal watchdog, which says thou since more children may have been separated by Trump administration policies since the summer of two thousand seventeen the ACLU had sued over the practice of separating children from their parents, saying the administration's devastated, these families, Jill NATO, a school bus reportedly carrying a middle school softball team has been involved in a fiery crash in southeast Oklahoma one student reported dead along with two people. In an SUV than other people hurt after Jesse Spoleto simulated by a grand jury in Chicago for allegedly faking a hate crime, and allowing the police about it the indictment actually expands the case against him in two ways, he was facing one felony count for disorderly conduct. Now, he's facing sixteen felony counts. But the grand jury also return to separate sets of charges for making false statements to two different Chicago police officers and those stories were different. Remember, he gave one statement shortly after the alleged attack and another later the same day where he told police about the racist and homophobic slurs that they yelled maga- country beat him up. Put a noose around his neck and poured bleach on each set of charges carries a possible penalty of four years in prison. Trace Gallagher Marghera goes the attorney forcible, let's says these new indictments are unnecessary and vindictive..
"each set" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Callaghan. Fox news. A federal judge has ordered the government that more migrant families separated at the border be reunited, federal judge daynuss Abrazos already ordered more than twenty seven hundred migrant children to be reunited with their parents. That order applied to kids who are in custody as of June two thousand eighteen but now the judge expand said order applying it to children separated from their families in twenty seventeen that order comes after a report by the health and human services departments internal watchdog, which says thou sounds more children may have been separated by Trump administration policies since the summer of two thousand seventeen the ACLU had sued over the practice of separating children from their parents, saying the administration's devastated, these families, Jill NATO, a school bus reportedly carrying a middle school softball team has been involved in a fiery crash in southeast Oklahoma. Holda one student reported dead along with two people in an SUV than other people hurt after Jesse Spoleto divided by a grand jury in Chicago for allegedly faking a hate crime in line the police about it the indictment actually expands the case against him in two ways, he was facing one felony count for disorderly conduct. Now, he's facing a sixteen felony counts. But the grand jury also returned to separate sets of charges for making false statements to two different Chicago police officers and those stories were different. Remember, he gave one statement shortly after the alleged attack and another later the same day where he told police about the racist and homophobic slurs that they yelled maga- country beat him up. Put a noose around his neck and poured bleach on each set of charges carries a possible penalty of four years in prison. Trace gallagher. More Garrett goes the attorney forcible, let's says these new indictments are unnecessary and vindictive. This is Fox News. From the Fox Sports studios in Los Angeles. Here's Ralph Ervin Friday night there were.
"each set" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Jack Callaghan. Fox News actor jussie smollet indicted by the grand jury in Chicago for allegedly faking a hate crime and lying about it to police the indictment actually expands the case against him in two ways, he was facing one felony count for disorderly conduct. Now, he's facing a sixteen felony counts. But the grand jury also returned to separate sets of charges for making false statements to two different Chicago police officers and those stories were different. Remember, he gave one statement shortly after the alleged attack and another later the same day where he told police about the racist and homophobic slurs that they yelled maga- country beat him up. Put a noose around his neck and poured bleach on each set of charges carries a possible penalty of four years in prison. Trace Gallagher following his arrests bullets. Character was written out of the show empire. A federal judge has ordered more migrant families separated that the border to be reunited, FOX agility to live in Washington. Federal judge Dana celebres ordered that more than twenty seven hundred migrant children be reunited with their parents. Those were in custody as of June two thousand eighteen but now the judge is expanding his order applying it to children separated from their families in two thousand seventeen as well. This is the health and human services departments internal watchdog reports. Thousands more children may have been separated by Trump administration policies since the summer of twenty seventeen the ACLU would sued over the practice of splitting families saying a devastated. Children jack. Thanks, jill. There's been a fatal school bus crash at Oklahoma state highway patrol says a child on the buses debt as well. As one person in a passenger vehicle happened near the town of bowlegs, Oklahoma. That's about sixty miles southeast of Oklahoma. The city though details so far on how it happened. Wall Street ends a tough week lower. The Dow dropping twenty three points, NASDAQ off.
"each set" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"You did three sets ten, you might get six perfect reps on each set. And I would net you out at like around twenty four, twenty four reps or so rather than you know, our h eighteen rep somewhere in there rather than rather than you, you know, hitting out thirty, you know thirty really solid reps and so you wanna make sure that you are, you know, honing in. On that form and technique. Something that I did yesterday too. And part of the reason why did it is last week what I mentioned for five for three, the internet, the haters they said that wasn't enough weight. So that's why decided to put forty pounds of chains on their to show everybody, hey, I still got some strength and I'm just building up, you know, I really. I really, honestly don't care what people say, but I just think it's funny, you know. So I did did a bodybuilding show and people like, oh, that's cool. You know, he's going to get in shape and and they watch and it's like two weeks later. They're like, oh, he thinks he's cool. He thinks he has ads and then four weeks go by like, oh, a kind of he'd kinda does have Avs, and then six weeks go by. And then finally, the eight weeks went by and they got nothing to say anymore. Right. So what's next and I know and then, yeah, everyone's like, what's next? What's next? And you know, I feel like Doug Flutie when he played when he when he played. Football. It was like he can never get a starting position, but every time he played, he won every time every had to prove himself over and over again. I feel like I just get stuck in this mode is probably my own fault. Probably my own thinking, no one else. Probably really cares that much. But. You know, I feel strong. I feel good. I'm gonna continue to push that. I'm gonna continue to get a little bit bigger and but more swell for the next couple of weeks. And then you know be time to kinda cut everything back up again. But you know, I just it's just weird. You know, I see people like, oh, you know, I don't like he's not. He lost so much strength and it's like, I don't know what you were following before. Yeah, I did use to rep five hundred for like five reps and stuff, and I'm not. I'm not at that strength anymore, but I'm also I also haven't trained that way in a long time. You know, like that was that was a byproduct of twenty twenty years of training. Right? Really focused training for months at a time focused eating could focus sleeping on just that one thing. And you know, now I'm of I was coming off some injuries and I was coming off bodybuilding show, and now it's kind of focused in back on that strength. And I'd just like to show people like, hey, it's not hard. You focus in on something, you give it the best effort. Can and I don't have any hopes or even care to get back. The strength that I was that would take too great of an effort and take too long and take too much time just in general. But I just wanna show people like, look, you can bounce back and forth between things and it doesn't have to be. It doesn't have to be difficult. And I think that one thing that's the missing ingredient from most, the missing ingredient that I see is just people believing in themselves. I think that's why America's fat. I think that's why America is is riddled with these diseases heart disease diabetes. A lot of these things are preventable. I even think I I, you know, I even think that a lot of times people's mental health is compromised by the foods that they eat..
"each set" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"If you're not gonna rehome the dog and be one hundred percent confident that it will never be around that close quarters to a kid now i get it there's exceptions sometimes the kid provokes you gotta know the story but if a dog is a known aggressive dog toward humans and it bites it's kid owner i don't play around with that stuff man you got i mean yeah well obviously we'll try to rehab it but again i i don't care how good we make that dog i will never tell you yes it's okay to bring him around just be a responsible and reckless i feel yes so so that's kind of my stance on on and also there are cases i've had one in all the dogs that i've trained over the years to where meant training did nothing literally nothing this dog i'm one thousand percent convinced just had a chemical imbalance upstairs to some yeah i say dogs like people yes something was not right upstairs and and it was a young dog so this wasn't this wasn't due to just normal lack of socialization i mean this dog was going for the my neck which next shots or kill shots by the way for everyone out there listening so yeah i you know that was just one that unfortunately there is nothing that that the training dead i mean you could each set all day long it was still it didn't matter you know what you said or what you did that dogwood set for two seconds than lunge at your throat so that's very rare i don't know how many dogs exactly i've trained at this point but it's in the thousands and that's only happened once and you know as much as we love dogs and you know we have this huge audience of doglovers i will never ever ever pick the safety of a dog over the safety of shuman i feel like that's the most responsible thing so if it came to like putting the dog down due to its issues or compromising the safety around children.
"each set" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast
"On each set of people however important they are and then also set a realistic gifts you them budget so i think this is a really important when malcolm that the top of what you're okay with spending before you start shopping keep a list of all the gift purchases and prices to keep asala tally of what you spin so obviously like is the same thing is going into by a car i only want to spend ten thousand dollars right and so when you go you know that if the is offering you a car fifteen thousand dollars your wayoverbudget what you said and you know if you go over them you know you're making a mistake there's something that's amazing or you're talking about buying a car yeah i have encountered people who will spend ten thousand dollars on their christmas list del mar each year um i that is just like that's an eye on those people like and i and i don't even mean people who were you know multimillionaires who ten thousand dollars is like you know not the in the world i'm dogma people at that grand is significant and i've been counted more than twice regard excellent exaud and another one which was with might be a bit of a challenge for our listeners don't buy on credit or as you say back in the day layer way one of the greatest invitations is a spin on credit and pay for it later if you've been planning budgeting and listening to manager dan money all year you have some higher cash available spend on gifts if you use a credit card challenge yourself to pay the charges off immediately so the pain doesn't linger into march and april as another one so credit unions are notorious for offering what they call holiday loan okay we've talked about where they have we so i think that tells you just now adamant i i've asked me a terrible idea go ahead but still credit unions all across america they offer these holiday loans were basically up to like five thousand dollars or something they'll linde and they structure them home over the course of eleven or twelve months okay so you get to pay it so you take out the loan december first you get to pay it off all the way through the end of november right and that's just in time to them in open up a new honda.
"each set" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Overall performance underscore the success of our core strategies including owning and investing in distinctive must have branson i ip distributed to global consumer every minute of every day james murdoch also saying their optimistic about the potential to make more money from digital models they say they want to make their content more broadly available on all platforms and they say are optimistic that hulu will continue to help offset declines in the total pay tv universe and overall the whole to pay tv business will grow no as for concerns about nfl ratings than fox's interest in paying for sports they say they believe sports is a key driver of viewing and they say the look at each set of rights as they come up there wasn't a ton of news on sky they did say they are confident that the deal should close by the end of june 2018 melissa all right julia thank you julie warsun on fox earnings on pete he seemed to really firmly defend the the path company is currently on sure well what i'm like most about disney this potential deal with fox and that's obviously the part that can't really talk all that much the grabs him some international a grabs him some cod to direct to the customer and all the rest with the newlook of natural geographic at some of the different areas that they're going to get some konta i think a lot of that makes sense obviously they're not going to be able to get all of fox because there's just too many things that the justice department would never approve but i think i'd like if nothing else and i've been very critical of them but bob idir has made very few huge moves of late he's made some great ones with maher holding the rest but he hasn't made the moves that we were hoping that he would to get themselves more in the streaming moral bam is starting to look a little bit better they're a little bit late but this could actually augment that naturally pushed them further fast coming up rechallenge its worst here since two thousand eight in the big department stores are getting ready to face the.
"each set" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Or maybe it's the other way around also he starts this email day bomb cast well art then armed he's australian checks out yes your recent discussion about the rarity of mcdonald's monopoly pieces reminded me of the of the story about the crazy fraud case a surrounding the promotion oh yeah have you heard the story and crazy as you correctly supposed during your discussion one piece for each set is all for rare to lock away the prizes and they dude a dude named jerome jacobson who was the head of security for the marketing firm who manage the monopoly promotion was in charge of delivering those particulier particularly rare pieces to various locations around america after two years of running the promotion he began stealing the occasional peace and selling or giving them away and by 1995 through two thousand one he was stealing every single piece holy shit according to an article on price and onyx the squadron from this article which i also look this up in the stood lee seems to deal jet jacobsen oversaw a security process that began at a printing plant where pieces were made separated by value and stored in a vault he was responsible for transporting those pieces in sealed envelopes two plants that manufactured mcdonald's food cartons and cups or the pieces were supposed to be attached but jacobson would slip into airport bathrooms walk himself installs and carefully open the envelopes to steal the pieces he received cash kick kit cash kish catch fish catch he perceived cash kickbacks for stealing a fifty to sixty pieces and bought homes cars and other property jacobsen couldn't redeem the pieces himself more could his family without attracting attention instead he sold the pieces to people he recruited through friends and family some of the recruits mortgaged their homes to pay a mysterious figure they knew only as uncle jerry the prizes included ten thousand dollar cash prizes cars and even the rear onemilliondollar prize is awarded with much fanfare.