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"eitan" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"Who say they belong to a new organization that they worked with other people in the last year on a civic or political venture We have those kinds of survey measures And and there we see we see this weird thing right so if you're measuring civic engagement at the cognitive level like you care about politics you're worried about donald trump things like this and you see like okay. Well how many of those people say they are doing anything. Concrete and the answer is like way less pass. Most people who are cognizant page are not doing that stuff outside of surveys. It's really hard to measure at like you. can you know. Try to get like what putnam didn't and went around and try to find measures like how many elks clubs are there and there used to be You know by colleague actually at tufts jeff berry has studied the sharp decline and tea parties Local tea party chapters. Once trump was elected you see groups like that dying off When that that when when the change administration and certainly you'll probably see that on the last now like groups like that the indivisible and some of them are gonna die off kind of a graveyard of groups like that wants to fight administration comes in yes..
"eitan" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"So you have here in Davidson this remarkable camaraderie between students and grown-ups between young people and older people that is really just something to marvel at. That's amazing. What is really? Surprising. I think about the stories that he builds power within the party and so maybe this is actually A model that can be copied in other places in the country and a way to bridge the divide between service and politicking. I read your article in Politico and how the student group also learned a lot and dove into the community from basically the existing mentors, the people who are already in the town. That's right and you know, Davidson, like basically the rest, the country had this divide, the students younger people in general are more liberal. They were supporters of Bernie Sanders, the older guard of the town like most older Democrats were Biden supporters. They're less interested in big structural change as they are in like maybe returning to the Obama, administration for the younger people that's not enough. But what happens in a town like Davidson Committee? Like this is that the younger people who are interested in bigger structural issues get to work on those issues in a really concrete way get to work on environmental issues or racial equality issues in their own community and I think get to experience real impact at that level. Older groups all around the country who are just dying to get young people engage like what could we possibly do to get high school students and college students engaged and the answer that drew and the group in Davidson tells us which I think is so important is that you have to let the students be leaders. Students High School Students College students should be on the boards in the governing committees of civic organizations, and when they're just asked to be grunt workers, go knock on doors and not have any role in leadership. You shouldn't be surprised if they don't WanNa do that. That's right well said. Looking into the future. What makes you hopeful? That's a good question. I think what makes me hopeful? Is that people? Today can see more clearly than in the past. That political choices do have life and death consequences for people for example, with Corona Virus Rec- that there are governors and legislators of both political parties that are great and of both political parties earn also great and we see that Nas. Oh, great leadership really can kill people and we can see that the choice we make for President or governor or whether we pay attention to WHO's in charge of our town. Is Not just like some thing that is of some interest to people who happen to like politics but to the rest of us, it's not it's really important. You know whenever I I teach my class on US elections every year I say at the first lecture. I, say our election. System. In our political system. Is Pretty fragile increasingly over the last few years I think a lot more of my students and a lot more people in general understand what I mean by that..
"eitan" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"They respected him they knew he had their back. The also was just like a friendly guy around the building who would help people by taking them on errands. Real politics is so much more like that than it is yelling at people from the other party or who don't support an issue you support. In fact, in general politics used to be more like that especially in the Democratic Party but this all changed with the progressive movement and with calls for transparency. This kind of politic ing basically disappeared can you tell us a little bit more about that history that we are now in a time where local politics is almost toothless? Not Actually becomes an interesting character kind of weaved throughout the book because I think many of us including myself. Our first reaction is someone like him is negative like someone who controls thousand votes in their neighborhood someone who is called the Ukrainian boss this seems like some kind of bad version of politics I want people that make this transition her mind from thinking this is some kind of dirty thing to realizing like. This is actually what politics is all about. So in the turn of the twentieth century, the country started engaging in a bunch of reforms that took power away from local political parties, local machines, local bosses, part of it. It was just that country was getting big and the cities in particular we're getting very big and local parties like volunteer leaders we're not necessarily equipped to deal with all the things that parties were. For like handing out ballots to people. So we had to kind of professionalize the election system and part of that was taking power away from local political parties. But over the course of the years in response to some political parties and party machines engaging in fraud engaging in corruption being very racist the country has really said, we don't want a local control over the political process. We don't want local ward bosses someone like Nah, he could be corrupt. He could try to extract some personal favor for a politician in a turn from giving him a thousand votes. So we really should do a cleaner Pharma politics where voters think about like every candidate's policy platform they vote that way as opposed to voting because someone in their building says, here's you should vote for and so right now we're at a place where local political parties have very little power. They do very little there are very few people. who think about politics as accumulating votes so that you can ask something from the government and know that there's a hundred or a thousand people behind you and and I think what happens there is that were denying ourselves the opportunity for building support but the things we care about by not doing a politics in the way that knocked it. Yeah. So let's talk about that. Why is hobby is? Not good for democracy. First of all I. Think it's distinct from power building. I like to say that in hobby were learning the wrong skills and where practicing the wrong traits people who are obsessed with politics news junkies, they'll learn a lot about national drama or the Horse Race of a presidential campaign. They have no idea how power works in their community and their state. They have no idea how they can make an impact there just paying attention to big important things in Washington they're also practicing the wrong skills. There are seven people who stories I tell organizers in the book, and they all share a kind of skill set that is required. If you need to get someone to do something that you want them to do, which is they practiced empathy they're kind they're patient they're trying to understand where people are coming from what they need and political hobby ism it's just The.
"eitan" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
"T. Z. Jozy. Any means so grim. They. Him. You're. Under On their score. And Yeah, if if you want to reach out be involved in somehow. Creating these community of international students. You can call me we can put. My phone on on the foot because now we can do everything we can do everything we can on your contact info on the show notes so people can reach out. And let's do you have any. Last thoughts that you would wanNA share with someone who might be starting out their own version of who's at the beginning of this journey for themselves? What would you? Want to add tell them. So. I will say there's these questions. Are they asking? He like my highlight what what is burning? Inside you win I think that's what led me all the way here. So I will tell you to really. Listen. To. Claim. That is inside that. He's telling you. because. You know what you want needs only the fears in the. The. Questions into the. Obstacles we to ourselves that don't. Help us and reach that goal. Soldiers, find it and and really I think if you really relieving it like just follow him. It's just the journey of life is just amazing. How one decision leads you to another one and you have no idea whether you can end up being like. Me Here, just. Follow what I liked and Over. -tunities common is not the calm. He's not the calm is that you create an themselves you know like my working hard. In. Just doing something that. Is Burning inside your soul. Though it does those was. Amazing Well on I'm very happy that honestly I called you yesterday this morning this morning this morning if we could arrange this podcast interview and I'm really really happy that we were able to arrange it. Always ready always ready. Amazing. So thank you very much for telling us your story and your motivation towards life, and we'll see you for next week. I. Hope You enjoyed this episode of Dreamer talks. I'd love to have you back again next week. So make sure to hit that subscribe button and leave a review of what you thought of the podcast. I really liked the input to his podcast as engaging and entertaining as possible. So once again, big thank you and I'll see you next week. Thank you for watching and keep on dreaming. Awesome. But as.
India launches air raids on Pakistani territory
"It's the worst esscalation of fighting between India and Pakistan since two thousand and one India since its fighter jets hump destroyed a major terrorist camp inside Pakistan killing more than three hundred people according to an Indian official speaking on condition of anonymity. Pakistan denies the airstrikes did any damage tensions rose following a suicide car-bombing in Kashmir on February the fourteenth that's attack killed forty members of Indian security forces Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari needs in early election results. Bloomberg's Tapia lucky says a main opposition party is claiming the figures all being manipulated Quebecers party, chairman said the contest some of the results it'll be very difficult to close the gap Gloria chiefs, they Eitan out of the northwest the region with various number
"eitan" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Eitan momo here in a second but wanna give you manny machado update we mentioned that steve phillips suggested that there was some kind of snag in the machado deal to the dodgers jerry crasnick of espn is tweeted hearing nothing today to indicate the manny machado trade is steaming toward the finish line there's no reason to believe a won't happen by friday but when the orioles are involved you never know what might bog things down near the end that's their organizational ammo here's why i'm skeptical of anything that characterizes the orioles as orderly and decisive in their dealmaking is there anything about the team's current structure that makes people think they can pull off a big trade with zero complications so now there's cautionary stuff i still feel good but now i i've got a level of like apprehension well maybe they think they can make a run malla you camping camping i dunno operate in this i'm talking to sources world how i think that you ramona shelburne is here by the way brian kevin skis filling in for john like there's always like physicals that have to be passed and that's why usually trays don't leak until they everybody all the medicals have been exchange all everything's been agreed to usually they don't because of this kind of stuff now remember a couple years ago with the matt cam trae was saying that blew up on everybody in people are very upset you usually don't like letting that happen well yeah i mean there's rarely a delay of this long between the trade is happening according to bob nightingale to friday yeah you know we're jerry critics time he'd done by friday all right so momo you and i were here yesterday we talk specifically about kobe leonard and toronto yeah when did you become aware of the fact that that was happening so they've been having pretty high level talks for about two weeks but and it was the same construction that ended up coming to bear right it was dhamar rosen and jacob pertile which is a weird way of pronouncing it the way it's spelled turtle thinks jacob at yeah maybe it's yaacob austrian all right and it's po spelled like poletto but it's pertile purtill think okay and pick which actually turned out to be much more protected than i anticipated rightly don't get it next year that's not a very good pick but the the and in exchange for quite a letter to danny green danny green is just salary to offset how much more rose and makes them inqui but so i wasn't surprised this came together it's just that that particular deal construction had been stalled for like two weeks and it was just kind of on the spurs to continue to survey the market to see if they could get anything better if there were any more leverage moments or if every moment that went by they were gonna continue to lose leverage adrian woes raskin i wrote a story yesterday where we kind of articulated that in some ways kawai wanted to play in the team usa camp to showcase how far back mature undreamt healthy and then the spurs the trade market no pun intended ignites i'll choose a different word right other teams can take a look on visit okay he's healthy we feel a little more comfortable improving our offers.
Trump trade advisers: Tariffs coming by next week, will apply to allies
"Snow valley down hi shoulders down was varied but my in my arms were above this now i was really lucky neither of the hooks was heard one man did have to go to the hospital with a serious lower body injury fresh no kept falling over the weekend but the squad belly resort is still open over myself allison janney has won her first oscar for her supporting role in eitan near the other top actress last night was frances mcdormand three billboards outside ebbing missouri if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight now mcdormand called the film executives to give all those women a call and get their projects financed the top male acting awards went to gary oldman in same rockwell gear mode del toro's the sheep of water took top honors for best picture best director and the best original score oscar was sure blushes with all the sensitive stuff being said onstage end backstage i'm steve gregory at the academy awards show host jimmy kimmel wasted no time addressing the elephant in the room sexual harassment oscar is the most beloved and respected men in hollywood and there's a very good reason why this look it it's his hands were you can see them and most importantly no pena said all actresses ashley judd annabella she your'e in selma hayek were allowed to give a special tribute to the times of mep to movements all three women claim to have been harassed and or assaulted by harvey weinstein steve gregory kfi news top advisers for president trump say they expect new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports will apply to all other countries even us allies in early morning tweets today trump suggested that there could be an exception from mexico and canada but only if they can finish nafta renegotiations with the us critics have said that the tariffs could start trade wars trump tweeted last week that trade wars are in his words good and easy to win the israeli prime minister is visiting the white house benjamin netanyahu has become one of the president's closest emma most supportive allies abc's karen travers says netanyahu might be looking forward to a break from some bad press said home prime minister's being investigated on twitter user tweeted just google.
"eitan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"What was really cool so murai went up and she was calm like she went in there and she started off by hitting a triple axel olympics now if you've seen eitan tanya you know that this has not i think i'm agreeing about very welcome this is not some like basic shit she is the first american woman in third overall woman to land a triple axel in the olympics like that's a big fucking or easy that also puts into perspective how good tonya harding was because if you haven't seen the movie she was the first woman to land a triple axel in competition and like even since she did that there's only been three people in all the olympic i react tanya didn't landed in the olympics though derail yet right but just how cutting edge she asked totally like mariah when she finished she roared she was always excited to be there and that she did well and she didn't great like she's definitely not russia level but she's it fun phenomenal and it was shown nice to see and in before her adam went up because the men were shown first last night in than than it was women right after and so our best a male of figure skater is nathan shiny he did the short programme but added refined was the one selected shoot along program and he gave it his fucking all you guys like he is twenty eight years old he's wanted this for like his entire life and he was so stoked to be there and he did great everybody was looked so impressive i mean you can just listen to it his clip of adam had a lot of time to think about this is it what you thought it would be or more andrea it's like pretty awesome.
"eitan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Uh but was really cool so murai went up and she was calm like she went in there and she started off by hitting a triple axel olympics now if you've seen eitan tanya you know that this has not i think i'm agreeing about very well go this is not some like basic should she is the first american woman in third overall woman to land a triple axel in the olympics like that's a big fucking or easy that also puts into perspective how good tonya harding was because if you haven't seen the movie she was the first woman to land a triple axel in competition and like even since she did that there's only been three people in all the olympic i react tanya didn't landed in the olympics though derail yet right but just how cutting edge she asked totally unlike mariah when she finished she roared she was always excited to be there in that she did well and she didn't great like she's definitely not russia level but she's it fun phenomenal and it was so nice to see and you know before her adam went up because the men were shown first last night and then than it was women right after and so our best a male of figure skater is nathan shiny he did the short programme but added repond was the one selected sued along program and he gave it his fucking all you guys like he is twenty eight years old he's wanted this for like his entire life and he was so stoked to be there and he did great everybody was looked so impressive i mean you can just listen to it.
"eitan" Discussed on Keep It!
"And we're backed with a week of keep it with five oscarnominated gas care where um writer for judge his vow of the writer of eitan you a pair of and lewis for tell ya as best actor in a live short i don't know yet have jeff there i would say best animated tall that his cute as my jokes get the oscar nominations are here and your day the second best day of is year oh my god i'm already weeping i can't help that i have a disorder were i just want people to get trophies in front of me how was it like already filing in the info of the nomination as in like into my brain again at making it a part cement and yet satisfying way for this all year it's empty until we get my years empty until i fill in that these blanks like wow mary j blige gets to blanks in my mind yes so the oscar nominations are here they were announced and they're not that controversial this year no i with under mostly pretty radd the snubs are bearable for the most part the job i would say james franco's the most notable snub in that snub as just kind of funny unfortunately because we're not fans of him at the moment where you are times up by indeed i don't know if you've heard so very workshop that name times it's just cell actionable isn't it you can just yeah it works i feel like we're going to get to a point where people are just using it for like he bet for whatever and now that you can and any sentence smith it literally it's like i was on the fence about disaster artist and also times up.
"eitan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The ban thirty six degrees and boston right now downpours are here and starting to wash away the eyes but promising a soggy and slick commute home a high wind advisory is also in place through seven o'clock tonight also a flood watch through six and central mass at least one person is dead multiple people are shot in a high school in rural kentucky the governor there says one person now is in custody a random and violent assault has a boston college hockey player out indefinitely heaven low ham the cousin of actress lindsay lohan was attacked at a pizza shop not far from fenway park on wall street the dow is down twenty two points nasdaq up forty two the sp 500 up four well the nominees are an for hollywood's biggest show and the contenders for the oscar our best supporting actress in a film first of all mary j blige allison janney in eitan here leslie man ville infanticide laurie metcalf lady bird and octavia spencer in the nine films are in the running for best picture the shape of water three billboards outside ebbing missouri lady bird get out darkest hour the post dunkirk commie by your name and phantom thread and there are already working to prevent a snafu like the one that happen at last year's oscars when the wrong winner was announced for best picture entertainment reporter mars amarjeet their let it tells us what is change him ryan of the accounting firm pwc says the oscars will have new protocols and place for hinting over the envelopes containing the winners the two partners who work the signs of the stage last year have been replaced a third balloting partner will sit in the control room with another set of envelops and the winners committed to memory the celebrity presenter and a stage manager will confirm the right envelope is in the celebrities hands pwc partners are now forbidden from using cell phones or social media during the show i marchi's are letter a a springfield museum dedicated to dr seuss's has replaced him mural that included a stereotype of a chinese man the murrow mural unveiled today includes illustrations from several of dr seuss's books the original mural in the entryway of the museum featured illustrations from the authors first children's book and think that i saw it on mulberry street which included the stereotype that some found racist dr seuss's real name was theodore geisel and.
"eitan" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I made my says sartaj so here's the bill we put together this montage people given their thirty seconds or less reviews of eitan you and we're gonna show that to you right now that is so much more than that i didn't expect you to be as funny as it was really good movie a martyr robby in allison janney nerve fantastic i love the time at this i love when people just move around when they walk away what uk sit down thirty seconds i ta be be c they can't even sit out for thirty seconds people so busy as funny as it was really good movie almagharabi in allison janney nerve fantastic i love the time at this film it's a dark comedy 'really walks a fine line between making you feel sorry in emphasize four tonya harding thousand journey shoes fantastic in this razorsharp give her an oscar theory unbiased view a lot of we go out you've got the bill crate if what is politically let me tell you about target bars with you do a lot of information we didn't know about her exhusband her mom editing creepy seeing great cinematography in grey soundtrack all is too so beautifully done blah blah who was right there it's a lot of fun as you can say you've been using it in the area mr been unia albany it's a it's a lot of fun fun so if you get a chance check it out and as i said let them know that double toasted sinci don't you walk up in there somebody my nightmare might throw yeah what you don't want in here i wound up a toast with password since you tell them stardust app dot link forward slash double toasted let you stay are.
"eitan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bird i have these than i put on christmas us and those when we put him on baseball hats from the twins played the cardinals in the playoffs put nails in their head the exactly and to our has lari okay so she comes out with the bird and not i didn't know what it meant at first but apparently die hard figure skating fans now it turns out that her friend little man the bird is an armitage to tonya harding's mother levona golden who wore a similar bird on our show and her shoulder during interviews all and tonya harding what area james you i thought she looked great she got to sit next zack efan i'm i i really wanna see this movie i till eitan yet i i really wanna see it i thought i'd open friday at the tone i think it'll go wide released this i mean it's kinda amazing because the post as the postseason open at cheddar this rican okay so you know all these things we finally get see surfing that's going to be fun and kelly clarkson fan girl moment when she was being interviewed by e by i'm ryan seacrest and she's turning to go down the stairs which are very steep um to go back down the stairs and she's like oh my gosh and she turns back minds like what are you okay r yolk inch heels though this meryl streep i have to i mean she was so i offer were never been because you do you know she was invade for saw great i love her she's one of those i use wearing christian syria know she looked good are we get some other had landscape uh we do indeed angelina jolie she wore a fabulous feathered black of her saatchi last night she looked amazing amazing in their seventies gorge she's so standing interest is standing it was a fab feathered farc and it was slightly the sack ishbej yet it was fitted and sheer and i loved the feathers it made me think of something shearer or barbra streisand would aware or lies that would have worn 70s early 60s disappointed she didn't when i was shocked she didn't win i was in that zairean crew her german dream while ridiculous ridiculously dyin curse kiss norman reedus with that weird they were at two different table k in hope out norman reedus.
"eitan" Discussed on Here & Now
"And p r in wbur i meghna tucker bharti i'm robin young it's here now savannah georgia's mayors warning people to stay home atlantis emergency rooms are filling with hypothermia patients part of eitan outside tallahassee florida was closed down today because of a rare snowfall north carolina is in a state of emergency through friday because of the cold and there is a storm hitting the whole east coast today in tonight let's bring back meteorologist david epstein david you say new england will experience bombo genesis yes it's a term it's a meteorological term but explains a storm that rapidly intensify superstorm intensifies one noah bar per hour over the course of a day basically getting stronger lots of meter logical way to say a rapid intensification is another way to say it so we're going to experience the effects of a storm which is rapidly intensifying across the england and that same storm as you mentioned is bringing snow and ice all the way from a panel of florida up to main it's amazing icy winter storm watches and warnings from florida to main you don't see that very much no and and just before we leave my favorite word bumba genesis somebody said it sounds biblical because genesis is in there but it's also called up a bomb cyclone bomb hurricane bombo genesis is again just a term that explains rapid intensification so a hurricane could undergo bombo genesis a nor'easter can undergo bombo janice it's it's an adjective task ride the waves storms going to intensify okay will be looking for that but you know in florida disney world is already close some of its water attractions how cold you think it might get in florida yeah i was looking at the wind chill advisories which go almost down the entire panhandle which is pretty amazing an even in west palm beach for tomorrow morning when folks get up there the wind chills will be right around that thirty degree mark that's pretty cold for places that don't experience that kind of chill and around disneyworld tomorrow morning it'll be about freezing temperatures during the day thursday they're only getting into the 50s in the same thing on.
"eitan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"An american only look y'all ito has completed the boy salt but all how europe way tonya harding was the first american woman to land that triple axel but for most americans she spent decades as a tabloid punchline and everyone remembers why 1994 the attack on rival skater nancy kerrigan that knocked kerrigan out of the us championships and sent both women into the center of the 24hour news cycle here's tonya harding back then after it was clear that the assault on nancy kerrigan was planned by her exhusband jeff gillooly i'd like to begin by saying how sorry i am about what happens nancy kerrigan island there's and ashamed to think that anyone close to me could be involved the new film eitan yet tells in intimate story of tonya harding her mother abused her her father left her she met jeffco lulea when she was just fifteen and he abused her to and through it all tonya harding managed to be a flawed champion kregel sb is the director of i tanya his film takes a hard look at tonya harding and the american public that watched her every move and it manages to mix humor in with a tragedy i find in life it's you know we'll deal with things in different ways and in this case i wanted to have that wild ride and there was such an absurdity to the story that these the there at times you just have to laugh that it was a very tricky bounds because there is a lot of domestic abuse in the movie and those situations a very dark look so we would be changing gives very quickly within the film that view neville huffing in those moments it's almost shocking to be able to take a left turn and be in that situation and then go back to something that that is humorous if we didn't show that journey that she went on we wouldn't understand her and her perception of violence in her perception of the world will craig you and i are doing something that was done to tonya harding at the time in throughout her career we're talking about her life and.
"eitan" Discussed on The Takeaway
"To think that anyone close to me could be involved the new film eitan yet tells an intimate story of tonya harding her mother abused her her father left her she met jeffco gloomy when she was just fifteen and he abused her to and through it all tonya harding managed to be a flawed champion kregel espy is the director of i tanya his film takes a hard look at tonya harding and the american public that watched her every move and it manages to mix humor in with a tragedy i find in life it's you know we'll deal with things in different ways and in this case i wanted to have that wild ride and there was such an absurdity to the story that there's the there are times and you just have to laugh that it was a very tricky balance because there is a lot of domestic abuse in the movie and those situations a very dark so we would be changing gives very quickly within the film that view neville huffing in those moments it's almost shocking to be able to take a left tone and be in that city croatian and then go back to something that that is humorous if we didn't show that journey that she went on we wooden undestand her and her perception of violence in her perception of the world will craig you and i are doing something that was done to tonya harding at the timing throughout her career we're talking about her life and everything about it and we're not talking about her skating and then you lose what a phenomenal skater she was she was the first american woman ever to land a triple axel she was famous for it before she was famous for all the other stuff so listen to this clip from the film most people don't even understand how insanely difficult it is to attempt a triplex eastgate back and take off from the forward position on your laughed and some whole yourself blindly three and a half rotations like your latest which i'm telling you tanya never that extra half rotation when you already did three that made us call tanya the.
"eitan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Gm on i was going all registered vining come on get arnold come on because i i love get out but it was between unloved played when it was between 'bladerunner in la la land for a long time and then they etc swept in from the barack sweep team swooped in as very good top10 as well our top twin is our top twenty all know website i'll tell twenty will be on the with light later tonight because i have to do at mosey i'm here talking to you while finishing in front of the timing people here this it might be out yet okay onto our talks when he will form the basis of our discussion uh for a review of the podcast which will towards the end of december and what else in the issue sorry notices tough sell slid the hartselle business critic are week is this months big interview meals have an oscar special uh when which we focus on darkest hour gary oldman for best actor new this noubir dixon's these are people that we that we feel may be nominated certain categories we also have margo rally for best actress for eitan tony ridley scott's for all the money in the world we have armie hammer for best supporting actor for colmey by her name and hong chao for a downsizing she's motassedeq in that field a mart mcdonough for a bent talking about his best reasons screenplay for his stunning screenplay for a three billboards outside ebbing missouri every movie is reviewed the reviews section of the bank which is a great section and the guy who had its side is a fantastic imbed ono its may admitting is me oh no news though he's terrible bit the impact human guide is matt reeves on wolf upon the apes are we have the empire masterpiece i've always wanted the right evil dead too.
"eitan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Eitan yet hits theaters december eighth yup okay uh billy joel was on with jimmy kimmel live at last night and i thought they had a really nice interview okay kimmel ask billy joel if this is a really good question and he had a really quick answer if the music or the lyrics come first when he's creative john naser grid alert when you're running music first news llard first so the lyrics i think we all know every hour from so many of your dog i know i knew for sure uh nato people's names in this in salt piano man you know there's debut still in the navy and god brendan eddie and you god virginia virginia and only the good young are these these real people or the people we are made up they were real names i quote a lot of flack for what are cheesy rhyme be and then may yet uh the guy's name was they've the guy he was in the navy so is i'll work you know saiga is in england's tonic in japan is tiger james was the old guy was reagan in gin and tonic heat i have a tonic in general union flipflop those just how he said that i've why stole it from everybody i just love the flirty nature of their their reporter in other just being you know just kind of being cute with one another sure i like yeah it's i i it's cd here from a musician how they make their music and stuff like that yeah because i think a lot of them do it differently with lyrics smaller or the music for i bet if european i'll player or a pianist if he will i bet that you're playing around so much that you come across a tune in then it's like what can i do with it yeah well i think that's jali antilaser man yeah so can alas billy joel an how he does not sell tickets for.
"eitan" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Thank you for that addis like i could i could feel that a little girls energy just just reading that um you know there are these studies that that talk about um the positive effects that like bringing puppies in uh to senior citizens can greatly impact their life um negatively positively yeah they look at the puppies neggo i'm jealous i can't move around i'm near the end of my life these things in the beginning of its life fuck you people mahdi got bring this in an rubbing my face are they also say when a dog is at the end of its life um having a puppy around it does the does the same thing in it's good for the puppy because the puppy can also learned from the from the dog as one of the things that um were considering is um i should say my uh my ex wife is considering is getting a may be a puppy for ivy um i don't know why felt the need to mention that this is an awful some moment filled out by plant lady and she writes i always wondered why my mom had such an unflattering wedding dress from the pictures i saw and then might at accidentally revealed it's because she was eight months pregnant with me oh this is a shame at secret survey filled out by eitan eitan and he is gay uh he writes gay but gain now but i don't think quote i was born this way his in his forties he was raised in a slightly dysfunctional environment he writes uh bigoted catholic parents.