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Biden Faces Strategic Challenges in Immigration-Reform Effort

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Faces Strategic Challenges in Immigration-Reform Effort

"As the Biden administration deals with a surge of migrants and asylum seekers at the nation's southern border. Democrats in the House were expected to advance legislation this week, providing legal status for millions of young immigrants known as dreamers and for immigrant agriculture workers. But neither bill has bipartisan support needed in the Senate. No party holds a monopoly on compassion. Florida Republican Maria Elvira Salazar is introducing a bill she says, provides border security changes to asylum laws and what she calls a 10 year. Dignity path for those living in the U. S illegally. Lawmakers in both parties concede a comprehensive immigration bill is unlikely to win bipartisan support boxes. Jared Halpert on

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"elvira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"elvira" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And I will never let you down a historic campaign retold by the people working on the campaign, those covering it and on the ticket, he was going to take the country in a different paths. Invention is raucous Networks said. We've won. Florida Fox News presents Election Rewind 2000 Give me the opportunity to lead this nation. And I will lead subscribe now. Fox News podcasts. Dotcom Foxnews decision does projecting President Trump has won the states of Texas, Ohio and Florida and putting Arizona in Joe Biden's column as we kept this hour's Fox News alert. Some of the key states. You have to be called Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan and Pennsylvania, where a decision before Wednesday is thought to be unlikely. Democrats have flipped to Republican Senate seats. Republicans have taken back one from the Democrats. Republicans have reclaimed two houses seats in Florida. The AP projecting. Carlos Jimenez has beaten Democrat one term incumbent The new car sell Powell Republican Maria Elvira Salazar has beaten incumbent Donna Shalala voters in New Jersey and Arizona, approving the recreational use of marijuana. And in Louisiana voters have approved an anti abortion amendment, asserting there is no state constitutional rights to an abortion. Elsewhere, Frantic digging continues in Turkey and the rubble of buildings that collapsed in a strong earthquake five days ago. 115 people confirmed dead South Korea has approved a new test to detect Corona virus and seasonal influenza from the same sample, which will help to ease the strain on healthcare providers. Chicago based travel agent will have to shell out a million dollars in an airline rewards points scheme. He was attorney in northern Georgia, says Jenna Day, but dull ski was trafficking computer passwords linked to dealt this sky Bonus Miles program. The 44 year old managing partner of Vega International Travel Services, created a bogus account and give the password to one of his employees that employees with them illegally accessed. Sky bonus computer system linking flights booked for Vegas customers to the bogus account and project Lee accrue bonus point. Belski has agreed to pay the airline back before his sentencing on January. 27 28 21, c J. Poppa Fox News Wall Street Higher On Election Day, the Dow getting 554 points NASDAQ 203 points Higher S and P 559. On Jack Callahan. This's Fox in years. Wcbm Baltimore.

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"elvira" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"elvira" Discussed on Pantheon

"However, not everyone was impressed as the against us the return of Tom Jones. We got news for you Tom. Jones. Shut the fuck up shut your mouth shut up top Jones it is unusual. Tickets unusual. However, not everyone was impressed as they began taping the episodes, they received a cease and desist from Maala for ripping off. Impera, vampire era whenever. She called out all the similarities to her original stick from the wardrobe down to the closing tagline. See Vampire would say bad dreams darlings and Enviro would say unpleasant dreams. Like girl what else you do in? One. Else you doing. This didn't stop the show from coming out and years later Mala. Mala Mirela. Myla like that one attempted to sue CASSANDRA for ten million dollars for pirating her likeness. It was argued that beyond the black dress and hair and pale skin. ELVIRA wasn't like the impure at all though also like I watched clips, the vampire show, it's very much of its time. So was she she was wearing a similar outfit and yes, the show Larry similar. It's like she's hosting the show where she's watching these like horror movies commenting on them and introducing them. She's wearing a black dress. She has black hair you know Pale. Skin her. Only her waist was the size of my wrist. Yeah. It was capital t terrifying. No one should have a waste like that. I suppose. That's. Her Colonel Organs, I don't think she had internal organs anymore So wouldn't one pretty much say that she kinda stole it from more tissue atoms to stop stealing my thunder. Sorry. Look the vague similarities weren't enough to be considered stealing someone's likeness round. The courts ruled in favor of Cassandra rights because honestly any goth girl could sue any other goth girl stealing her. Let's do it. Let's go to. And Sierra. Sue All the goth girl who am all? Especially because on top of all that the IMPERIA was based off of more tissue atoms and his Myla even admitted that yeah. She went one hundred percent based off more adam girl to me acting like you original you're not and that's finally. You should be flattered that they wanted to keep going. Although I do understand why you're pissed off. That is a valid reason pissed off but don't be pissed off a Cassandra be pissed off at the fucking producers, right?.

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"elvira" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"elvira" Discussed on Pantheon

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"elvira" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"elvira" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Property or if you would like it? No, I'm not a purist. I'll take anything Wizard of Oz. That's that's Let's do it. Let's Let's figure out what's going on with you. What was total thinking? You get around walking on that yellow brick road needy sneaking around. He's thinking some of those. Some of those munchkins were horrors. That's OK, Elvira, Mistress of the dark, some if you're too young, if you're young, and you might not know who she is, but She's sort of like a vampire type, sexy character that was on in the eighties and seventies, and she's released a new song called Don't Cancel Halloween. And some of the lyrics are Don't you want to look around and see a bunch of slutty girls dressed like cats on the ground because of how much they drank low, Elvira? Yeah, determines all her music kind of like it's all I mean, she's a comedian, really at heart, So it's all kind of Ah, jokey. Type of approach so nice. Yep. Alright. That's the latest dirt. You confined more by downloading a wrap or going to my talk 1071 dot com For Mei Mei talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my top one of 71. I told you it dates back to the turn of the century Roper my own home. I think my bucket Good morning, everyone Welcome to the final hour of Jason and.

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"elvira" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"elvira" Discussed on Underrated

"That was gracelessly you Kinda have to remind yourself like pay you're going in it for like a Lyra and like they're pretty much the they know what they're doing. They're making Beach Shitty horror movie. Comedy. But at the same time, it's Like Derek was saying like to all that old stuff like plan nine from outer space technically tomatoes electorates numb. But other than that. Yeah. I. Mean It's a great cult movie. I enjoyed it said for me just occasionally cringing but. Other than that, and I will give it a though. Divorce we're going to go watch it. It's very late Manzi I was. Blown back, I was like, Oh my God for one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty. Really. Just in. Level like earlier I mentioned the moment I'm like well. I'm like if you were to try to make a movie like that now. Would not fly. Everybody will lose their shit ever be like looking dairy This is this is what on film Kenner thing. It's great. Just I want to everybody like even I was like Mumbai a second I was like Oh okay. All right that's it for. Morale So unenthusiastic anybody minds, people So this movie, it starts off right I'M GONNA put it to you is like this starts off like a day in the life of Elvira K. on you put no emphasis into this I'm going to sell this movie for everybody. That's what you said but no, this is really great. So if you ever got to see a viral, do her show that's what you get to watch from the GEICO. The humor comes in when they start your breakdown, the set because they're gonNA do. A News, a newscast right in the middle the news it's so the weather thing he hits her that's huma ready because the way you see her show on the way to ends all of a sudden you see this other part that just kind of a little joke. So it starts off real great, and then then right away you get to see how much of a bad ass woman she is. When one of the guys basically tells US new executive? Hey, she'll sleep with you and she goes hell no I'm not going to sleep with you just boom knocks him out. So right from the Bat, you get to see we'll viruses. Yes. They do that a little montage when she's writing from town to town. You know for. The next part after she finds out. Because her goal her ultimate goal with this all show and everything was to be able to do like a vegas residency like a beautiful show. But they're like, Hey, man, you're not proving if you. Before you go ahead. team explained to me like the Amish people because they were like totally okay with her and I really dig it was just don't think they were okay with her I just think it was different as. Reference? Jessica's. The joke for starts with the catch up stuff on our moves and the hot dogs like in the chest..

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"elvira" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"elvira" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Back the house please welcome to the program Maria Elvira Salazar thank you thank you so much for coming on I appreciate it and removing that they're wonderful presentation wonderful on introduction thank you very much well it's a it's a very it's a very important race since a very importance wait our state what do the polls saying about your race right now while the polls are position us in a very good very good place because socialism is in the state of Florida is full of Hispanics who have flooded our big countries of origin dad had got socialists are jeans and my opponent in particular Donna shillelagh who by the way was the president of the Clinton foundation okay the longest serving member of the Clinton government somebody that is is a political insider is the is the Washington elite I know wants to basically just preserve our money by ever running for Congress story I keep I keep hearing that people in the younger Cubans out who to Maricann in Florida don't have the same hostility towards the the Fidel Castro regime as the older Cuban Americans do and therefore that pose as kind of a problem for for Republicans is that true well yes Sir now I tell you what's the problem right now the problem is that socialism and that word is that it's a bad word for me many of us including back group of Cubans that just arrived let's say twenty years ago I did not believe the bay of pigs you never knew what a good way to democratic and Republican Cuba looked like for those people made like the social programs that are being promised by the damn maybe they like some of the social policy but when they hear the words social lives and we all know what it means that we have all of them are escaped in my case my parents are belong to the first wave remember that we're talking about it could be years of oppression right my parents were the first wave you've had a big waves after that yes we're talking about a lot of different or difficult way those people I repeat do not know what democracy looks like but they do know what social how's socialism feels and that's why I am very confident that differ number twenty seven in South Florida the heart of Miami seventy percent Hispanic sixty percent registered voters are Hispanic will understand that big dams have been hi jacked and infiltrated by a doctor mark that is staffed the what that unfortunately what Bernie is selling is damaged goods to an audience that are so naive and young I can not fathom or understand that what Bernie and a screen and the radical left within the Democratic Party selling to them is all the slavery oppression necessary and exile because that's what I was speaking with Maria Elvira Salazar she's Republican candidate against dynasty labor for Florida's twenty seventh congressional district is there a way that people can contribute to your campaign if they want to absolutely they can go to my website is Maria Elvira Salazar dot com Salazar dot com that's right you can give five dollars whatever you can keep it but it's a it's a very important race in a very important state and I and it's not only Florida but you have to look at AOC AOC is everybody says well that she's got that she is not really representative of the party we now married and you'll see right now is the speaker the fact why do I say that because the empirical evidence shows what is that evidence Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house did not dare.

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Michelle Williams is Engaged and Pregnant and the Timeline is Weird

Celeb News Ride Home

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Michelle Williams is Engaged and Pregnant and the Timeline is Weird

"Michelle. Williams is pregnant and engaged to brand new guy who seemingly came out of nowhere. His his name is Thomas Kale and the two met while he directed her in Fossey Verdon. He's also known for being the director of Hamilton. This news broke on on people dot com on Monday which featured the couple posing and some. I'm in love photos alongside the news of their engagement and pregnancy and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah on the surface. Is this all sounds kind of like a painfully boring a listener getting married Blah Blah Blah. But actually it's not boring. It's super interesting. A and very very weird and possibly suspect first off. It's worth noting that Michelle and Thomas are allegedly still married to other people and they also allegedly just met each other a few months ago. This timing if true it feels very noah Baumbach. Greta Gerwig levels of like So so if you're wondering why they went with like the the flashy old school publicist coordinated in people dot com about their pregnancy and engagement. Well first first of all they snuck it in over the New Year's Eve holiday which is a slow news week and maybe they were hoping it wouldn't get that much coverage and secondly she's going to be on the red carpet but this Sunday for the Golden Globe so I'm guessing maybe they're trying to get ahead of the buzz around her. Having a a baby bump page six covered. This writing quote. Many media insiders raised their eyebrows on Monday evening when a cheery piece appeared on people magazine's website announcing the news that Michelle Williams is pregnant and engaged to the Hamilton director. Thomas Kale but the piece which features a family album worthy `Paparazzi shot of the happy pair conspicuously neglected to mention the fairly juicy fact that both Williams and Kale were in serious relationships with other people when they met just a few months ago page six later added quote. The Omission Lead tabloid veterans to speculate that Williams's camp slipped the exclusive to people on the condition that the weekly keep mum about the potentially embarrassing circumstances of their Happy Union and quote sidebar. I Love The phrase tabloid veteran. Can I be a tabloid veteran. I WanNa be a tabloid loyd veteran. Anyway so yeah it seems like they got together and you know they did kind of a tit for tat with people where they were like. Don't talk about how the timing is maybe shady the and maybe we liked cheated or something. Just post the happy pictures of us in Yay. We're all good anyway while most of the world was getting completely blackout drunk on New Year's Eve. These brave souls at my favorite gossip site Ono. They didn't restricting together. A detailed timeline of Michelle Williams's relationships throughout the past three years they summed up her kind of serial serial monogamy writing quote January twenty eighteen Williams dating possibly engaged to Andrew Use men July twenty eighteen williams. Mary's Aries Phil Elvira begins work on Fossey Verdon December second twenty eighteen. Thomas Kale attends the Kennedy Center honors with wife Angela Christian in March two thousand Nineteen Fossey Vert and wraps April twenty nineteen the Williams slash. elver separation is made public Kale attends the premiere of his show without his wife December. Two Thousand Nineteen Williams and Kale announce their engagement and pregnancy end quote. So there you have it Michelle. Williams is having her second child. Silence her kid. Mathilde is getting a little sibling congrats. Michelle and Thomas Kale. Who cares about the the timing and you know the other people whatever? It's all good happy for. Are you guys

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"elvira" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:42 min | 2 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Well, lots of us like scary movies television shows we'd like to be scared. But why do we like to be scared? That's one of the things I asked our dear friend, Mr Lobo who investigates and has the answer. Mr Lobo is the host of the late night movie program called cinema, insomnia, which is a cult sensation for more than thirteen years. And he's been on the program before he is got this exciting persona about him when it has to do with talking about horror films in the genre of movies, and let's bring him back. You know, it's almost Halloween, and it's time to have some fun, Mr Lobo. Welcome back. It's so wonderful to be back, George. I'm so in the spirit of Halloween. I am pouring myself. Spooky concoction. I'm going to mix percent and whole milk, George, and I'm gonna drink and live on the air. No, don't do it. Mr lobo. Don't do it. We need you every year. But you haven't been here in a while. What's what you've been up to Eric always, Mr Lobo, always Mr. lovo, but my friends call my either my mom calls me, Mr Lobo now. But mister e. Mystery. I like that I like that. Well, you know, I've I've been getting some some gardening in and, you know, washing the dog and actually been no I've been still, of course, hosting horror movies were still syndicated on AM g TV affiliate stations were on the Roku box, which I know about Roku. I've got them all over the place. Okay. Well, we're on the channel called zombie TV, and we will soon be on other Roku channels as well. We are also we're we're we're starting to make in theater announcements for Alamo draft house cinemas. We are. I'm doing a countless number of convention appearances film festivals. I'm the MC of blob fast. Have you ever heard of blobs? I I've never been to one blob fest is in phoenixville, Pennsylvania. And it is the town where they still in the movie, the blob, and and just like Iraqi in Philadelphia they wanna run up and down the steps and in phoenixville everybody wants to run out of a feeder to escape from the blob. And so they have a whole they have a big event every year where the whole the whole audience gets up and runs out the theater, and there's a street fair and classic cars. And and double features with the blob. And it's it's it's a wonderful event. And I hosted every year and monster bash is a big convention for me. I'm I've got some feature films that I'm in I'm in the remake of plan nine from outer space. I'm also in a film called midnight show, which is a bunch of greenhouse movie trailers. With a wraparound story. So things have been pretty busy pretty busy. Yeah. I'm doing fine. And you know, this is a great time of year. I won I love October. And I love the season because it's Halloween thanksgiving Christmas new years. It's just a great last three or four months. Are you where are you wearing your costume shorts? Clown costume, usually do you know, I hate clowns. Mr. Now, I'll never get any sleep later. Why do people want to be scared? People want to be scared. I think there's a lot of reasons there's a lot of psychology. You know, I don't think there's just one reason why people like to be scared, but I think the main thing is in horror, especially with horror films. I think that one is just escapism. I think that we get to to to focus our energy on something that we can control a danger that is safe, you know, and I think there are two kinds of horror movies. I think they're both roller coasters one kind of roller coaster, you get off and you kiss the ground because you're so glad to be that it's over and yet you're on on terra firma. And and and and those are those are the more intense horror movies and the other kind of roller coaster are the more fun horror movies, which is the roller coaster. We get off and you get back in line again because you want to get on that same roller coaster all over again. And so I think that you know, I think that that's that's all. A big part of it is I think it's just it's a it's a controllable fear. And I think that that's a lot better than worrying about Ebola. And and right glasses of milk chasing, you down the street. It's and it's healthy. It's a healthy scare isn't it? It is it is. I it's interesting because people have this idea that horror fanatics are violent. You know, they have this film in the fifties. The seduction of the innocent where they were trying to ban all the horror cartoons. And they all they always have the horror fan is a guy in a leather jacket. Stabbing a tree with a switchblade and horror fans, and I'm gonna I'm gonna blow the secret right here. Horror fans are indoor kids horror fans are on Erin the chess club, you know, horror fans are the are the guys who can't climb the rope in gym class. Those are the horror fans, you know, they're not the guy's ripping people's heads off and throwing themselves in front of trains. Those are like stockbrokers doctors horror fans are mild mannered by and large sweet good salt of the earth backbone of America, kind of folk, and it seems to be growing, isn't it that that field of horror movie movies people. Horror is horror is one of those your honor always make money, and you know, and I think because of that it doesn't get a lot of respect, but it is growing and it's growing into into new markets. You know, where everyone's looking to make money, and you can see the John row, we sometimes horror movies or for kids. I think in the forties and fifties they were for kids. I think in the sixties they were for teenagers in the drive ins who were making out. I think in the seventies. They were kinda like for college. You know, h where people were you know, trying to trying to shock fi find the greatest amount of shock value, sorta dear their friends, I think in the eighties. It was fun. It was almost for kids again. And I think now which is really exciting is that, you know, the last frontier of people who who have control over the money are young girls. So you have you know, everything is kind of geared toward young girls. It seems it seems like you've got a monster high dolls. You've got twilight you've got, you know, even science fiction properties like doctor who is being made a safer sixteen year old girls. So I think it's just you know, they're spending their money. The boys are all lost to video games, and the girls are still spending the money or controlling the dollars has to wear that we're the the movie the movie dollars anyway. And and I think that that's a it's a, you know, you go to these horror conventions now it used to be a hate to use the term sausage fast. But you know. There was mostly guys. And now, you go to horror conventions, and it's guys and girls. So the market has increased by fifty percent in in my lifetime. Let your hats. And you know, when when we were youngsters you know, we we had in in our local television stations. There was always some kind of a guest host who did horror movie introductions, and you know, in Detroit growing up, Mr Lobo had sir graves ghastly. My favorite missed. It was Dr mortgage. Do you remember him? He was Well, I I certainly have heard him on your program. And then there was a movie the that doctor mortgage, wacky mortgages. And which I believe I think the nutty professor ripped him off. I think I think you're right. I think you're absolutely, but it, yeah. He's a he's a he's a legend more. You're lucky to have two legends mortgage is a legend in in in in my industry. And and and also race gasoline is another legend who who was also syndicated in many other markets, including Virginia. He used to come out of a coffin and start his introductions, and then he'd guava coffins. That's usually what you do you stagger out of a coffin. And then you, you know, you make your introductions, and you know, a lot of corny jokes. And you know, rubber chickens, and and all all that good stuff. And you know, I think that there are still horror hosts spend Guli is enjoying. I think probably his on me TV affiliates. Their spend Guli used to be the best kept secret in Chicago. But now because of his affiliation with me TV is people are enjoying him. Coast to coast Elvira is still hosting horror movies. She's on Hulu right now. Hosting Charles band movies. So it's kind of you know, they're they're still around there under the floorboards there lurking. But we still horror hosts still walk among us. And and Mr Lobo is still in syndication and still doing my program. And it's interesting some people treat you like your dad, you know, you're at a convention. They look at. Stuff. And I like, oh, which just too bad. They don't do this sort of thing anymore. It's like Hello. I'm right here. Okay. Have died. I'm still has has technology that being internet television. Satellites more cable has that helped little horror genre survive. I think so I think so I think it's it's it's allowed more different kinds of honors to survive because you know, horror the horror host is kind of more in the on in the fun kind of Sean RAV horror stuff, and you know, there are a lot of people who grew up as fans of this who are able to do their own shows for youtuber make their own movies. I mean, you know, I mean, you look at a movie like plan nine from outer space, you know, you can make that movie, you know, on a on a camera the size of your thumb in better quality, you know, so anyone who's got the desire to to contribute to the pageantry of of low budget horror films. You know, they can just go for it. And I there is the only big problem is distribution. And and. Which is weird because I mean on the one hand anyone can see it. But on the other hand, but you it's hard to get people to know you're out there. So it becomes a problem of you know, if you do create the the better mouse trap. It's it's making sure people know where it is. And and trying to drive eyeballs to it. So some of the low budget movies like Blair witch, these horror films right found just exploded. Now, the head marketing money behind them. But the initial investment to make the movies was nothing like fifteen thousand dollars or something like that. Right. Right. Paranoia paranoia activity paranormal activity and the like, yes what happens? I mean the social network fuel it. How does it get how do these films get to be so successful? I think in the case of and I could be wrong the case of Blair witch. I think they were bought by Sony or something, and then they put an outrageous amount of promotion dollars in into it. So I guess your best bet is that if you can if you could make a movie on the cheap, and then and then someone sees the potential in it as a distributor sees the potential in into making put a big big money into the in the distribution. But sometimes if you're if you're lucky, you could make a low budget movie, and and and and it can go viral, you know, people put films on the internet, and you know, they've been seen by millions and millions of people, you know, and and and and there are people with films on on YouTube zoom on YouTube a YouTube who make a thousand. Thousands of dollars because as you know, those those those those add those ad revenues add up, and you know, and so it's it's it is exciting in that way to wear. Something catches the popular imagination. You know? You know, whatever scary puppy three in your backyard. Couldn't can be the next big thing. But I think for the most part the big ones like paranormal activity and Blair witch are in in those cases, I think they had a a major distributor, and and you know, people who saw the potential in it and said, you know, what we could sell this and bought it. And then and then it's like flipping a house they bought it. And then they sold it in and then and then you've got a runaway success. Have you seen the YouTube videos of a young man who has lost his lower extremities? And he somehow hadn't had Hetty artworks sketch made up end, then they turned it into some real life looking Gluck in the attached to his body. So it looks like his intestines are coming out and everything and they had a clown. And they put the put this kid in underground parking lot. In the in the clown was there with a saw and the kids there, and he has no legs. But he had phony body parts sticky not of him. You know with the intestines about six feet long blood looking in. So, you know, the clouds here with his saw and people would come out of an elevator right to go to their cars, and they'd see this clown. And then the clown would start chasing these people or the kid without the legs would crawl to them saying help me help me in these people are running and screaming in everything and one I'm saying what a great gag. But to isn't that dangerous for those people because what if one of those guys coming off an elevator has a gun. He's not gonna think twice, you know, if he's got a concealed weapons permit or something. He's gonna shoot that clown. Isn't he? You know, I think about that often. I have not seen the one that you've talked about Georgia though. I may go find it after the show. But no, I I have seen similar ones where someone's pretending to be a monster or psychopath or ghost. And they jump out of people in in real situations and scare the living daylights out of them coming out of an elevator or in a public place. And and I think that they're I think and I hope knock wood. I hope it doesn't happen. But I think that that trend will start ending fast with if someone gets seriously hurt by victim of a prank who happens to have a concealed weapon or not concilium. Some you can you can don't even have to you don't have to conceal it. You know? So I I, you know, that's why I'm kind of I'm not a big fan of the sort of the reality based stuff, although that's kind of I guess, I mean, I guess that always could have happened on candid camera years ago. Marshon Ben my garden, and I never knew there were aliens on my. Shadow people, and they're living in my base. Got a funny feeling foot Jonah..

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"elvira" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:17 min | 2 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on 600 WREC

"WR C and ninety two point one FM. Well, lots of us like scary movies television shows we'd like to be scared. But why do we like to be scared? That's one of the things I asked our dear friend, Mr Lobo who investigates and has the answer. Mr Lobo is the host of the late night movie program called cinema, insomnia, which is a cult sensation for more than thirteen years. And he's been on the program before he is got this exciting persona about him when it has to do with talking about horror films, and you know. The genre of movies, and let's bring him back. You know, it's almost Halloween, and it's time to have some fun, Mr Lobo. Welcome back. It's so wonderful to be back, George. I'm so in the spirit of Halloween. I am pouring myself. Spooky concoction. I'm going to make two percent and whole milk, George, and I'm gonna drink it live on the air. No, don't do it. Mr lobo. Don't do it. We need you every year. But you haven't been here in a while. What what you've been up to always, Mr Lobo, always Mr. lovo, but my friends call my even my mom calls me, Mr. lovo now by Mr. e. Mystery. I like that I like that. Well, you know, I've I've been getting some some gardening in and, you know, washing the dog, and no actually been now I've been still, of course, hosting horror movies are still syndicated on AM GT V affiliate stations were on the Roku box, which I know, I know about Roku. I've got them all over the place. Okay. Well, we're on a channel called on TV, and we will soon be on other Roku channels as well. We are also we're we're starting to make in theater announcements for Alamo draft house cinemas. We are I'm doing a countless number of convention appearances film festivals and the emcee of blob fast. Have you ever heard of blobs? I I've never been to one blob fest is in phoenixville, Pennsylvania. And it is the town where they filmed the movie, the blob, and and just like Iraqi in Philadelphia they wanna Rupp and down the steps and in phoenixville everybody wants to run out of theater to escape from the blob. And so they have a whole they have a big event every year where the whole the whole audience gets up and runs out the theater, and there's a street fair and classic cars, and and double features with the blob. And so it's it's a wonderful event. And I hosted every year and monster bash is a big convention for me. I'm I've got some feature films. I'm in the remake of plan nine from outer space. I'm also in a film called midnight show, which is a a bunch of grind house movie trailers with a wraparound story. So things have been pretty busy. Pretty busy. I'm doing fine. And you know, this is a great time of year. I won I love October. And I love the season because it's Halloween thanksgiving Christmas new years. It's just a great last three or four months. But are you are you wearing your costume shorts clown costume when usually do, you know, I hate clowns? Mr. Now, I'll never get any sleep later. Why do people want to be scared? People want to be scared. I think there's a lot of reasons there's a lot of psychology. You know? I don't think there's just one reason why people like to be scared, but I think the main thing is in horror, especially with horror films. I I think that one is just a scape ISM. I think that we get to to focus our energy on something that we can control. A danger that is safe, you know, and I think there are two kinds of horror movies. I think they're both roller coasters one kind of roller coaster, you get off and you kiss the ground because you're so glad to be that it's over and yet you're back on terra firma. And and and and those are those are the more intense horror movies and the other kind of roller coaster are the more fun horror movies, which is the roller coaster. We get off and you get back in line again because you want to get on that same roller coaster all over again. And so I think that you know, I think that that's that's a big part of it is I think it's just it's a it's a controllable fear. And I think that that's a lot better than worrying about Ebola and glasses of milk chasing, you down the street. It's and it's healthy. It's it's it's a healthy scare isn't it? It is it is. I think it's interesting because people have this idea that horror fanatics are violent. You know, they have this film in the fifties. The seduction of the innocent where they were trying to ban all the. Horror cartoons. And they all they always have the horror fan is a guy in a leather jacket. Stabbing a tree with a switchblade and horror fans, and I'm gonna I'm gonna blow the secret right here. Horror fans are indoor kids horror fans are on in the chess club, you know, horrify are the guys who can't climb the rope in gym class. Those are the horror fans, you know, they're not the guy's ripping people's heads off and throwing themselves in front of terrains. Those are like stockbrokers and doctors or fans are mild mannered by and large sweet. Good salt of the earth backbone of America, kind of folk, and it seems to be growing, isn't it that that field of horror movie movies horror is horror is one of those genres at always make money, and you know, and and I think because of that it doesn't get a lot of respect, but it is growing and it's growing into into new markets. You know, where everyone's looking to make money, and you can see the John where we sometimes horror movies are for kids. I think in the forties and fifties they were for kids. I think in the sixties they were for teenagers and the drive ins who were making out. I think in in the seventies. They were kinda like for college age where people were you know, trying to trying to shock fi find the greatest amount of shock value. Sorta dare their friends I think in the eighties. It was fun. It was almost for kids again. And I think now which is really exciting is that, you know. The last frontier of people who who have control over the money are young girls. So you have you know, everything is kind of geared toward young girls. It seems it seems like you've got a monster high dolls. You've got twilight you've got, you know, even science fiction properties like doctor who is being made a safer sixteen year old girls. So I think it's just you know, they're spending their money. The boys are all lost to video games, and the girls are still spending the money or controlling the dollars as to where that where the the movie the movie dollars anyway. And and I think that that's a it's a, you know, you go to these horror conventions now it used to be a hate to use the term sausage fast. But you know, there was mostly guys. And now, you go to horror conventions, and it's guys and girls. So the market has increased by fifty percent in in my lifetime. Let your hats. And you know, when and when we were youngsters he, you know, we we had in in our local television stations. There was always some. I'm kind of guest host who did horror movie introductions, and you know in Detroit growing up, Mr. logo. I had sir graves ghastly. Buddy, my favorite missed. It was Dr mortgage. Do you remember him? He was well, I certainly have heard him on your program. And then there was a movie the that doctor mortgage, wacky mortgages. And which I believe I think the nutty professor ripped him off. I think I think you're right. I think you're absolutely, but it, yeah. He's he is a he is a legend more. You're lucky to have two legends Marcus is a legend in in in in my industry. And and and also race ghastly is another legend who who was also syndicated in many other markets, including Virginia. He used to come out of a coffin and start his introductions. And then he'd go out of the confidence that that's usually what you do you stagger out of a coffin. And then you, you know, you make your introductions, and you know, a lot of corny jokes. And you know, rubber chickens, and and all all that good stuff. And you know, I think that there are still horror hosts spend Guli is enjoying. I think probably a on me TV affiliates. Their spend Guli used to be the best kept secret in Chicago. But now because of his affiliation with me TV is people are enjoying him. Coast to coast Elvira is still hosting horror movies. She's on Hulu right now that hosting Charles van movies. So it's it's kind of you know, they're still around there under the floorboards there lurking. But we still horror hosts still walk among us. And and Mr Lobo is still in syndication and still doing my program. And it's. Interesting. Some people treat you like your dad, you know, you're at a convention and they look at. And stuff and they're like, oh, which just too bad. They don't do this sort of thing anymore. And it's like Hello. I'm right here. Died. I'm still has has technology that being internet television. Satellites more cable has that helped little horror genre survived. I think so I think so I think it's it's it's allowed more different kinds of honors to survive because you know, horror the horror host is kind of more in the on the in the fun kind of Sean RAV horror stuff, and you know, there are a lot of people who grew up as fans of this who are able to do their own shows for youtuber make their own movies. I mean, you know, I mean, you look at a movie like plan nine from outer space, you know, you can make that movie, you know, on a on a camera the size of your thumb in better quality, you know, so anyone who's got the desire to to contribute to the the pageantry of of low budget horror films. You know, they can just go for it. And I there is the only big problem is distribution. And and. Which is weird because I mean on the one hand anyone can see it. But on the other hand, but you it's hard to get people to know you're out there. So it becomes a problem of you know, if you do create the the better mouse trap. It's it's making sure people know where it is. And and trying to drive eyeballs to it. So some of the low budget movies like Blair witch these horror films, right? Founded just exploded. Now, the head marketing money behind them. But the initial investment to make the movies was nothing. I think like fifteen thousand dollars or something like that. Right. Those systems. Paranoia paranoia activity paranormal activity, and and the like, yes what happens? I mean the social network fuel it. How does it get how did these films get to be so successful? I think in the case of and I could be wrong the case of Blair witch. I think they were bought by Sony or something, and then they put an outrageous amount of promotion dollars in into it. So I guess your best bet is that if you can if you can make a movie on the cheap, and then and then someone sees the potential in it as a distributor sees the potential in into making put a big big money into the in the distribution. But sometimes if you're if you're lucky, you could make a low budget movie, and and and and it can go viral, you know, people put films on the internet, and you know, they've been seen by millions and millions of people, you know, and and and and there are people with films on on YouTube zoom on YouTube. I'm a YouTube who make thousands and thousands of dollars because. She, you know, those those those those add those ad revenues add up, and you know, and so it's it's it is exciting in that way to wear. Something catches the popular imagination. You know? You know, whatever scary puppy three in your backyard. Couldn't can be the next big thing. But I think for the most part the big ones like care normal activity, and Blair witch are in those cases, I think they had a major distributor, and and you know, people who saw the potential in it and said, you know, what we could sell this. And then bought it. And then and then it's like flipping a house. They bought it. And they sold it in. And then and then you've got a runaway success. Have you seen the YouTube videos of a young man who has lost his lower extremities? And he somehow hadn't had heady artwork sketch made up, and then they turned it into some real life. Looking. Gluck in they attached to his body. So it looks like his intestines are coming out and everything and they had a clown, and they put they put this kid in underground parking lot. Yeah. In the cloud in the cloud was there with a song. And the kids there, and he has no legs. But he had phony body parts sticky not of him. You know with the intestines about six feet long blood looking in. So, you know, the clowns here with his saw and people would come out of an elevator right to go to their cars in they'd see this clown. And then the clown would start chasing these people or the kid without the lakes would crawl to them saying help me help me in these people are running and screaming and everything and one I'm saying what a great gag. But to isn't that dangerous for those people because what if one of those guys coming off an elevator has a gun. He's not gonna think twice, you know, if he's got a concealed weapons permit or something. He's gonna shoot that clown. Isn't he? You know, I think about that often. I have not seen the one that you talked about Georgia though, I may go find it after the show. But I know I I have seen similar ones where you know, someone's pretending to be a monster or psychopath or ghost, and they jump out at people in in real situations and scare the living daylights out of them coming out of an elevator or in a public place. And and I think that they're I think and I hope knock wood. I hope it doesn't happen. But I think that trend will start ending fast with if someone gets seriously hurt by victim of a prank who happens to have a concealed weapon or not conceal. You know, some you can you can don't even have to you don't have to conceal it. You know? So I I, you know, that's why I'm kind of I'm not a big fan of the sort of the reality based stuff, although that's kind of I guess, I mean, I guess that always could have happened on candid camera years ago..

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"elvira" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With Maria Elvira. And Jessica Vaughan, all I want is this let's make the process legal. I think we we have a right to protect the American people. First leads vet, those people that want to be our visitors and make sure that they're coming here with the right intentions, and then Secondly, let's make sure that when they get here they can take care of themselves. I don't think that is standard criteria for most countries have that. And they even have it like in Australia New Zealand, you better be willing to contribute a significant amount of money or skill that they need in their economy or you're never getting it. And they agree with you. I'm surrounded by legals. I talked to them all the time because I want to come to your show. Well, informed. Do you really think that want to be Americans? They're proud to be either durians and good for them. They just wanna come here. They want to work the one that want to get into trouble because I'm talking about those legals that do not have a criminal record. If you have. A criminal record you're out. That's we all think the same way in the Hispanic community ever since the Maria ever since I was twelve years old going to restaurants. I can tell you that many of the places that I worked had illegal immigrants. Sal is our park at a place called sales berry on the green. It was like a wedding factory. It'd five weddings every weekend. As a bartender, and I can tell you that these guys come in. They work their fourteen sixteen eighteen hours shifts, and they work really hard. And and and they live in fear that they're going to be sent back. I've and they think my Spanish is awful. Used always say. But I mean, I became friends oil. I saw where people working their asses off. Now, if we need workers in the country. There's gotta be a way if we don't have a wall. What's gonna happen is the drugs continues? The human trafficking continues the high cost associated with illegal immigration continues. The impact on our educational criminal Justice healthcare system, all continues and the Democrats sounded like Donald Trump for years ago. Now, all of a sudden he wants the wall. So they don't want it just because he wants it. But don't you see that it's all politics, and that the Democratic Party, and I can say this loud and clear they have played political football with Hispanics for thirty years. They're willing us. And now, they are the savior's. They're the ones who wants to be moral rally. But you know, when they have the opportunity to save the Hispanics in two thousand and nine when President Obama told Spanish television that he was going to do enemy Gration reform law the first year of his presidency. How what did he do? He put all that political capital into ObamaCare, which was okay. But he loves to watch. I let me get the last word from Jessica go ahead. Yeah. I mean, we all should be able to agree that we can't have a amigo immigration system with any integrity at all unless we have border security, and it must we're enforcing the rules on legal immigration. John I worked for carnivals in in restaurants and retail these jobs, simply unavailable in many cases to American teenagers anymore because employers have had the option of a steady stream of illegal workers, and that hurts legal immigrants and hurts young Americans and others as well. And so, you know, I don't think most Americans are against immigration most Americans wanted to be legal exactly legal immigrants. The only way we're going to stop it. And haven't been I've been down there more than anybody else. I know in the media from the Rio Grande to San Diego, I've seen it all from every every vantage point, and especially how do how many more families and again, it's it's a half of one percent. But if one if the ninety nine point nine percent of good people, but you got one one group of people that come here and commit murders. What if it's your family, you're gonna feel differently if it's your family as we should feel? Well as an American family anyway, thank you, both great. Thank you. Jessica. Thank you. When we get back your calls. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number..

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"elvira" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Never Seen It

"It's just a place. The beach know how many times is the word fuck used within ten. Three hours. I'm going to say like a hundred and twenty two hundred and seven finish his quote. I always tell the truth even when I lie. Yes. What bird does Tony mistake for a full lingo Flamingo when he sees it on TV. Parrot pelican, two movies that people who like this also liked on internet movie database that father goodfellas. Yes. Where's this movie? Take place. What city Niamey is what kind of car does Tony by to impress Elvira. Porsche? Yes. All right. Venice, strong. Four, five, six. Seven eight. I set the record. He has benches are going down. Would you like to know how making did or not now? Okay. So. Twenty questions about move. Never seen. Rapid-fire trivia, but movie nursing. We're making seeing the movie definitely would help with the trivia. Are you ready? Yes. What year did the movie come out? Nineteen Eighty-one name the director or the screenwriter Martin Scorsese. No, no one knows us all over stolen wrote this movie didn't know that name to actors or actresses and the movie alpha chino. Sharon Stone, fuck name the first name of any two characters in the movie. Tony. Gino..

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Minister: Turkey will emerge stronger from lira crisis despite row with U.S.

Monocle 24: Midori House

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Minister: Turkey will emerge stronger from lira crisis despite row with U.S.

"Today, our IVA Gabe professor of political journalism at the university of Sussex and Peter Goodman, global economic correspondent for the New York Times, welcome both. And we will start in Turkey where finance minister and presidential son-in-law possibly not coincidentally at Albayrak has been speaking today attempting to conjure phrases sufficiently reassuring to arrest the recent vertiginous slide of the Turkish lira markets at least have liked what they heard. Lira is up about four and a half percent against the US dollar today, but it still down by a fifth on where it was a month ago and by nearly half on where it was a year ago, it would therefore seem optimistic

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"elvira" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I think a lot of people know him from big where he was the kindly toy company owner, but I more associate him with these violent type roles. And here he's kind of combining the two. He's the kindly drug Lord, who's going to play honest and he has rules about don't get high on your own supply and things like that. He's going to take Tony under his wing at see him as a useful tool, but also he's going to play fair and he's not gonna follow his rules. That is why we agree with Tony, Tony later in the cars like this guy, soft, I can take this guy, I can get what he has. And the reason why is he says, two things don't get high on your own supply. We see that definitely doesn't apply to Michelle Pfeiffer more in her in a bit, but that's not her supply. It's his supply. You know what I mean? And to the real rule. Number one is don't underestimate another guy's greed and they're doing it right there. Where they think Tony's fucking peasant. They don't mind that he's off dancing with Michelle Pfeiffer. They don't think that he could be a threat to their operation little. Do they know? Yeah, that's what the prize me watching. This is Tony goes after his bosses girl right away like it's not even subtle about it. Yeah, I'm surprised that it took as long as it did, which I think may only be six months. It's really hard to get a bead on the timeframe here. I know that not long after the scene, we'll see something that says three months later, and then I'm just lost as to time. I mean, you're in Florida. There's no seasons. It's always warm, but what shocked me is she's not into him Elvira Michelle Pfeiffer. She's there. She's bored with the Babylon club because Frank always goes to the Babylon club. She's bored with the talk about drugs. She wants to dance Franks's. No sushi asks Tony today ans- now Tony's taken with her and let her know that right away. But I thought she might be into him as well by the fact that she asked him. Dance? No, I think that was just the hurt Frank. And I think she doesn't really like anything, right? I mean, she is the is character for me in Scarface at least Tony has trained, Tony wants the world and Manny wants to get laid this chick just wants to zone out yet. Tony's going to be like, I want children and I want you to be the mother. I don't know what he sees in her like this character Elvira. I cut her out of this film and it's not gonna make much of a difference. She doesn't seem to push the story anywhere. Well, you're thinking from the mentality that women bring something intellectual to vans life. He is seeing her as an object. This is an angel who literally is introduced descending from heaven in an elevator, all in white, and that's what he sees what he sees is a perfect vision. What a man who has everything would have won his arm, and he's even deluded thinking that he can look in awry and she likes him like, this is all in your head. Tony. She likes nothing. I think she. He likes drugs. I think she likes strokes a lot. She's an addict. I don't know what she likes him. I think she did. I also think that he wants her because Frank has her, I think before they went to the club, they went to Frank's house and Frank tells him the problem you're going to have is where to spend all the money, and Tony is really being seduced by this. He wants Frank's house. He wants Franks lifestyle. He wants Franks hot woman and yet the say, the mother of my children, if nothing else, it's at least good genes. If not exactly someone who's going to be stimulating, the fact that she rebels against Frank makes me think she'll have more personality than she ever has. But exact. She really does just come across as very one note in this movie and I swear to God is the same note. She plays a Stephanie in Greece to where she just plays to cool for the pink ladies. And she doesn't want to be with a t bird because she doesn't want to be anyone's lady. She just went from one set to the other. And the only difference here is she standing slightly better in this club that she does during cool writer. If you'd like to hear this entire episode, it's available to listeners who donate by August thirty first twenty eighteen..

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"elvira" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"I gotta add elvira was on the list but she is not a villain did vira is is not a bill i don't believe my pick is the babbit duke i'm taking the babbit duke from the movie babbit duke just just 'cause he's got that crazy top hat and i just love the way that looks i think you'll be just solid addition to my team you know the babbitt gotta gotta good catchphrase you know that that's important when you're doing villainy stuff just beside your catchphrase all right so babba duke is your pick i picked videotape from the ring koi pick scary terry rozier kendrick pig dom toronto i picked the listeners pick hannibal lecter tra ballance other category many movies to pick from you of the first pick be going with i'm picking gordon gecko from the movie wall street and the movie wall street to money never sleeps in the movie wall street three so okay well i guess sometimes money sleeps in the movie wall street okay money definitely does sleep gordon gecko is one of the better michael douglas roles the movies very dated wall street one is very dated wall street to even more dated despite being made like ten years ago but i think he's a classic villain and it can manage my finances pretty well until he gets died at than that would which point my whole operations going down the tubes but we'll get a good run out i like that pet gordon gecko i similar pick bank remind team somehow my hero team has danny ocean my villain t master terry benedict so terry benedict's going to bankroll my team he's a villain in he he knows how to wrangle people up you know how to go after people i'm picking terry benedict promotions eleven twelve and thirteen coli who's your other pick my other pick many people would argue is the biggest villain of all time violator also known as the devil from spot john was which is always a she should be more stuff i'm just going to say that so yeah i got the devil no one that's the goat yeah ken.

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Cnn, Nick Valencia and Travis discussed on Curtis & Eboni

Curtis & Eboni

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Cnn, Nick Valencia and Travis discussed on Curtis & Eboni

"The deadly waffle house shooting fled the scene cnn's nick valencia reports the man who snatched an air fifteen rifle out of the hands of the shooter james shaw junior being held as a hero if he hadn't done enough already he's also started to go fund me account for the victims of this shooting sorta raise more than six thousand dollars and speaking of the victims two of them remain in the hospital in stable condition more than eighty police officers are searching for the suspect travis ranking four people were killed an unruly passenger hit with a stun gun and forcibly pulled from american airlines flight from miami to chicago a witness shot video of the dramatic scene last night for the year your line says the man got into an argument with another passenger and officer told him he was being removed because he assaulted a lady a woman is in custody for keeping her young child locked in mccaren college point count a forty six year old mother elvira sika is charged with endangering the welfare of a child leaving the two year old locked in my car yesterday afternoon in a shopping parking mall and one woman says that's not a good thing that's very very upsetting especially this day and age every dangerous i'm so sorry to hear the firefighters rescued the girl who was overheated and dehydrated from being left alone for thirty.

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Report: Russia-linked accounts stirred discord in Milwaukee

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Report: Russia-linked accounts stirred discord in Milwaukee

"Of tweets found a russian linked accounts sought to spur racial and political discord in wisconsin after a police officers fatal shooting of an african american man sparked riots the milwaukee journal sentinel reporting the accounts that more than thirty tweets during august of two thousand sixteen one of the accounts ten gop was named in a recent federal indictment from special counsel robert muller miami dade police say the death toll now up to six and the collapse of pedestrian bridge at florida international university officials say the operation has turned from rescue to recovery detective elvira zabaleta says they can't release any information yet about the victims he says ten people were initially hospitalized the bridge was not yet open when it collapsed on vehicles that were waiting at a stoplight time for the wtmj drake in associates market update at the opening bell the dow is up forty seven at twenty four thousand nine twenty the nasdaq is up nineteen at seventy five o two and the is up eight at twenty seven fifty five the wtmj five day forecast partly cloudy today high thirty five along the lake up to forty inland could see a few sprinkles or flurries tonight let under twenty eight tomorrow becoming sunny forty two lakeside fortyseven inland beautiful sunday sunny and warm up to fifty monday partly sunny forty for the high tuesday partly sunny and a high of thirty seven in delhi field it's nineteen pleasant prairie twentyseven in milwaukee we're at twenty three degrees i'm jane matenaer newsradio wtmj alfred lord tennyson wrote in the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love i think all elfriede would've loved the cutler wedge feature from penny monster her fake for snuggle bunnies bunnies like an oversized chair attached to.

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Prosecutors drop assault charges in Penn State hazing death

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Prosecutors drop assault charges in Penn State hazing death

"And teenagers in that time melissa barklay wtmj news hennigan says all seven service members on board a us military helicopter were killed in a crash in iraq more from abc's tom rivers defense officials say so far there's no indication that the pave hawk helicopter was shot down the chopper had been used by the air force for combat search and rescue and it was in transit from one location to another when it came down near the town of kwame and bar province near the syrian border six people now said to be dead in that bridge collapse on the campus of florida international university miami dade police spokesman elvira zabaleta says rescue crews are still searching through the rubble that bridge whatever's left of it is very very unstable so we have to be very careful as they're moving stuff because of the fact that you're talking to tons of concrete the bridge was lifted into place just five days ago prosecutors are topping all assault charges against members of penn state fraternity in a hazing death of a pledge details from cbs news anne marie green investigators say tim piazza was given at least eighteen alcoholic drinks over ninety minute period last year he fell down basement stairs hitting his head fraternity members found him unconscious but waited forty minutes before calling for help prosecutors will continue to pursue involuntary.

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50 years ago, the My Lai massacre shamed the US military

Morning Edition

02:00 min | 3 years ago

50 years ago, the My Lai massacre shamed the US military

"The new york conversation news in washington i'm nora raum officials in florida now say at least six people died when a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway yesterday workers continue to search the rubble but miami dade police department spokesman elvira zabaleta says they don't expect to find any more survivors as of last night's operational brief it was determined by ami they fire rescue that they were going to relinquish their lead on the on the whole operation to the police department so now this has turned into from a rescue to a recovery operation the bridge connects the campus of florida international university to the community of sweetwater thousands of protesters filled the streets of rio de janeiro yesterday to protest the killing of city council member mary ellie franko the rising political star was a vocal critic of police violence and military forces in rio slums franco and her driver were gunned down in her car wednesday night in what police say was a targeted attack brazilian president michel temer has called the attack an attack on democracy today is the fiftieth anniversary of the me lie massacre when u s troops killed more than five hundred people in a village in vietnam a ceremony was held today at the site which is now a memorial to those who died some us veterans of the vietnam war were there and expressed remorse for the atrocity i'm nora raum npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the aclu was filing a class action lawsuit against the trump administration for it describes as the unconstitutional indefinite detention of immigrants seeking asylum wnyc's matt cat says the case involves a detainee in new jersey the suit says a man identified only as n j j r was beaten back in venezuela due to his opposition to the government's he came to the us seeking refuge but is now detained in.

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"elvira" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Vajpyee i like that they kiss my ass i liked that they get me whatever i want i liked that the uncoded pie wind him or no i i need them all the time or do or do you to some people liked the the blowups and then there is a com and then there's the passion and oh my god i love you and then there's the explosion and sump but some people need that now i don't i had a girl harm you it i can't do a i can't i can't do it it i've by but we you know we do at i've been a malicious roaming i remember one group you know i've never had i'd never yelled at my girlfriend i've never yielded annemarie could ask every girlfriend i've ever had except one because she wanted to fight she wanted to argue with me and i would say why are we arguing i don't why are you making me so angry i i don't wanna fight you win i'm done i which would make her more were angrier kiss she just wanted to talk and she had her own just wanted it it was attention she wanted italian i realized i can't be yours that's how it happens with me without relationship i felt emasculated because no matter what i did what i gave her what i tried to do what attention i tried to give it was never enough so at that did to me is a man it was is a masculine adding i don't i feel like i could be a man i'm not fulfilling which adds by and i realize now that's not the case she just needs this attendance she's been an ally codependency relationship and relationships in any way so i don't know yeah i don't know it is that a question i don't know is that i was eight men this is therapy for me to let me tell you this is what it's become over over lake are you like okay so so are you asking me that 'cause you're asking if i do that no i was talking about mine elvira abbas like but i know that was not healthy in the ash was beautiful and i liked her and yes there was a great things about her i knew that it wasn't how they you.

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"elvira" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"While enormously yeah center she pronounce it i've you got me work with mae west wow according to my research yeah i believe she sued elvira and uh your jaguar got cleaned out oh god yeah that's a shame but it's a dying art you know and now in the you're now you're saying it's starting to to to crawl back well yeah which is not to say while people were saying to me well you know you're you're kind of a dinosaur more or less because you know that nobody else is doing this anymore and quite honestly i'm very fortunate to be at the station in network that i may i am because when uh my boss neil sabin first got the the job here at the w c you which before that was all brokered time ethnic broadcasting and he convinced the bosses that he could make it like a regular rolled you know independent station like we all grew up with and they went with it and he made that a success and eventually created me tv and he has a real appreciation for that type of tv that we all grew up with with the hosted shows and i'm just fortunate do you know that i'm here with him and i were an emso watching sandy becker oh yeah teacher had a comb your hair and self for a while i was combing my hair exactly what they tell update and i wonder how many of our listeners remember sandy becker he was a sunny fox contemporary guy he would do norton are kia yes sunny fox we've we had on fox noc refik while hill was that was at in chicago wonder rama.

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"elvira" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And they did they got me a contract my parents had the sign off on at get a lawyer i couldn't come in the hotel i had to just come in the back door and do the show prancing around and just a gstring that a lot of feathers and my parents certainly did not on it do it it took me three months of fighting threatening crying screaming running away to finally allow them to sign the contract i mean they finally just give it gave and because they were like what are we going to do she's going to disappear i really made their life living hallamshire well let's listen to elvira my guest casandra peterson has been elvira the last thirtyfive years or so thumb this is another clip from movie macab the television program that made her famous gutter on the show tonight joan the early 1980's they showed on the show a terrible often monster movies and horror movies i elvira virus role on the show was to be entertaining enough that the movies were watchable and this is elvira thoughts on the 1978 international smash hit legacy of blood finish how they really game up as well with your had me get them share i bet when this when now played in the movie houses they use the oakland shea absolutely positively nobody will be admitted into this the in our during the final ten minutes at this motion picture unless of course we have three dollars fifty cents in your pocket and then the jazz my region thinner went ed dumb movie i'd call it an insult your intelligence if you have any intelligence the in doubt i mean i get paid for watching his garbage but what is god i remember another at so sound so old and so horrifying on i remember when other joke from that and was like a sea of blood and as i said you know when a legacy has right this is my legacy and this is rather legacy oh my god that's how bad the jokes were our god.

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"elvira" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"While the same weight depressing wavelength and um tied with that another appearance from michael morris and lower back auto episode eighty four from october six twenty fourteen of poland halloween special verses elvira mistress of the dark all that was that is definitely was something i was thinking of and i couldn't from i was together forgot about the deaths that's an awesome episode yeah yeah you should listen to that once you that's fun like it was everybody just had fun with it and how could you not with the poland halloween what i don't think any of us had fun watching the star wars holiday special l i i all i thought of that one would that's that was just so likely said it's not even like so bad it's good it's it's just tear it like it's not even fund there's not one ounce of funding that show it's dreary and somewhat disturbing with the old wookey looking at porn sh at the image that all member leave me yeah with a was split play bit from poland and elvira episode here we go as a resident of miami dade county it is your right near the names enlighten mrs of sex offenders living in your area as a public service we have created this videotape so that you and your friends and family can stay aware stay safe and maybe even have a little fun enjoy.

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"elvira" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:36 min | 5 years ago

"elvira" Discussed on Gastropod

"Which is why last year are super rightwing italian politician called elvira savino introduced a bill into italy's parliament to send parents who raised their kids begin to jail elvira says it's reckless and dangerous eating behaviour for kit but frankie the british nutritionist does not agree with elvar the fascist is quite easy to have a of economic this harry child brought up and to make sure that they they have a nutritionally balanced diet but there are a few areas where a little bit more counties to be taken so kids can be okay on a vegan diet of their parents are careful about nutrition but what about even earlier vitamin b twelve is crucial to a developing fetus defeatist needs it for cell differentiation and also to develop neurons aka the brain so it's important some scientists studied this question and they found that both begin and vegetarian women had worryingly low levels of vitamin b twelve although they don't know of the levels were low enough to harm developing fetus still they said it's best to play it safe they think every pregnant vegetarian should take a supplement so the claim that we're trying to prove or disprove is that eating vegetarian his healthier and even though it seemed pretty clearcut a few minutes ago now it seems like it's really not for one thing there's nothing intrinsically healthier about a meet free diet meat dairy and eggs of lots of things of them that are actually important or health and if you're just replace them with junkfood that's not gonna make you healthier you can be viga anxious steets potato chips and drink wine and those those would be because of suitable for vegan as well that actually sounds like a perfect dinner but anyway.

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