17 Burst results for "Eyrie"

"eyrie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"eyrie" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"eyrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"eyrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The obvious, and you know a racist statement or a racist person. That's a bridge. We have found difficulty to cross, just as it seemed to be pretty difficult to cross. The one about is this a lie? As opposed to a misstatement or a falsehood? Or, you know, whatever s O those air to you know, they're two very loaded powerful words, but when they apply, I think we ought to use them. Another thing that that Ah, the media if you will, particularly the political media, was criticized for his access journalism, right spending time with the folks that you cover and maybe potentially not. Revealing information when it needs to be revealed, because you know you want to sort of curry favour with certain sources. Do you see that? And I guess, most recently, the example would be Bob Woodward's book Rage, and You know what he knew about. How President Trump felt about the Corona virus and what he was saying about the Corona virus in terms of downplaying it and whether or not Woodward should or should not have revealed that earlier in the game if you will, But do you think access journalism particular when it comes to political journalism has has been understood or misunderstood. Well, you know, access journalism is it has always or for a long time been with us and is not going to go away. Any time you cover a beat, you know, Early in my career, I covered the public school speed in Buffalo and county government in the Eyrie County, New York, And you know when you're going to cover the same people day after day because that's your bead, and you need to get information from them. It's just it's an It's a natural kind of thing that you you know, you sort of present things in a way that isn't going to completely turn your sources off forever. So you're careful. You try to be truthful, but you try to give them their say, etcetera. You know, That's why so often beat reporters are not the ones who end up doing the big explosive investigations. You know, so this is just a dynamic that isn't going away. However, when it's happening at the highest levels like this, I do think there's a real hazard in a real consequence to the to the democracy. Of not getting sort of the The bare knuckles kind of coverage that would be more appropriate. It was a recent interview with a reporter from Axios with President Trump and this was a video interview, and the reporter really took the president to task and was very, very direct with him in terms of what he was saying, and what he wasn't saying, and people sort of took that interview and said, This is how you all should be covering the president. Why aren't more journalists taking the president to task directly? Right. So that Jonathan Swan interview was was really interesting. And and I think, you know he's Ah, He did push in a way that sometimes we don't see our most prominent National journalist pushing so and with President Trump. It's It's really difficult because he frankly does lie all the time, and he has a new ability to distract present the next shiny object. You know, Take your where you're trying to come from and take it someplace completely different. So you need to really have strong and very Powerful interviewing skills in order to kind of breakthrough that we are a month and a half away from what many, including myself are considering one of the most consequential elections of their lifetime. Really, for the future of this country, and I don't mean that In any other way Other than what I just said. It is a serious time for this country. The media's got a month and a half to go, and it's probably going to be a pretty interesting election that may even not be decided on Election Day. Margaret, What is your advice for journalists heading up in these final? Ah, countdown Teo, the presidential election 2020..

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"eyrie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:47 min | 7 months ago

"eyrie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He joins me now to talk about his time at the Eyrie. Josh. Welcome to one A. Thanks for having me on appreciate course. Let's dive in. You've made some pretty big claims about corruption and other problems at the Where are those claims coming from? Well, they come from the fact that you know when there's been 30 years, this this all rolls back to you the kind of the nineties. It didn't really come to my attention until The middle toe end of last summer. How far back this goes and also the incredible depth of the problem. Which is this? There's you have Dozens and dozens of contracts that fall into the category of NOPE, that have never been bit out. That have automatic escalators that air automatically renewed every year that have no deliverables to whom no metrics and when you go back and look at this, the reality is that that adds up to the tune of frankly hundreds of millions of dollars over over the past 20 years, and that's on top of You know Wayne LaPierre, Frankly. No funding. You know, the sort of billionaire lifestyle if you will on the backs of members. So what did you you know, thinking of the attorney general, you know in what she said. We just what we just heard her say, Can you see if she's right? That you and your colleagues cultivated a culture that was quote illegal, oppressive and fraudulent. Well, look, I think that I can't speak specifically about the allegations myself. You know, we're we're discussing those with E. G. But this is a culture that had gone on for decades. You know, I was in the organization for A little over three years on dove those three years really the last year and a half to two years dealing with lawyers and trying to figure out how we can know, in theory turned the place around which we didn't D'oh. I think that when you know the facts are the facts were allowed in the beauty of the judicial system is there are it will be a factual based case that you know it will roll out the fact that this had gone on for decades. You know, I think that the attorney general is really at the tip of the iceberg in terms of the claims that she has a this point. I think, as her probe continues, in gets deeper, she'll find a lot more there than what she has on paper at this point. So your book, It starts on the day of the sandy Hook Elementary shooting back in December. 2012 tell me about the conversations that you are having inside the organization that day and why you chose to start the story there. Yes. So I wasn't inside the organization and I was outside. It was working as a private equity consultant. But I had connections. You know, to the organization and I was, you know part of that. I guess you want to call it the movement, right? I'd grown up shooting in hunting and Fishing in the outdoors, and this was something that I was interested in cared about. I started it there because it was a day. I think that changed our country. I think it changed this debate. I had to Two daughters at the time that were, you know, slightly above the ages of the kids that had been murdered. That's a and and I also think that it I wanted to show you know some of the clouded thinking that I had at the time and take a really sort of brutally hard look at myself, and that was the That was the impetus of starting their frankly so to be specific in the book, you say you write in response to this sandy hook shooting..

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"eyrie" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"You don't know like which wants to send it 'cause. It's not sending one hundred percent of them. That's too much. It's sending some amount of them but you. I don't know which which ones it's sending right so to me because there is accidental capture happening. There must be clear communication. There must be eh an opt-out that allows you to keep having Siri enabled as a as a service but that you can say don't use recordings of me. Don't don't let humans your view you those that needs to be an option and I found my screen shot that I took the ridiculous eyrie thing <hes> this was actually the thing that we were trying to do with various devices. This is my family on vacation. The question like we're trying to say what version of I._O._S.. Devices running without having to go to setting general about Blah Blah Blah and scroll and look for the thing so just as scary and so it serio shows you what it transcribed avoid you said so it correctly transcribed my question which was what version of I._O._S.. Am I running. Incorrectly capitalised Iowa like that's got the question and its answer was the current volume is thirteen percent the answer to the question that it correctly transcribed and you may think I think it just can't tell the answer to that question not true because if you do it again and it retranscribed it tells you like the version it's typical bizarre Siri fashion. Why does the same question result in different answers in the same device seconds apart? Yes I did take a screen shot of this. There is no button to submit it to apple but I submitted through other channels. Whether anything comes bitterness yeah we respond to this week by a way who makes awesome suitcases for twenty dollars off a suitcase visit away travel dot com slash A._T._p.. Twenty and use Promo Code A._T._p...

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"eyrie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Dot com. April and mardi with you here. On Colorado's morning news. We're learning more about the cause of a deadly pile up on I seventy near Denver yesterday. That leads our news next. Look at traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the tens. You're still filling the effects of that crash yesterday. Good morning, John. Good morning, eastbound C four seventy dollars. Westbound C four seventy heading up to seventy up in the hills area. Jammed up solid is just a parking lot gridlock because of the traffic on eastbound, I seventy that's being forced off at sixth avenue after that fiery crash yesterday afternoon looks like westbound, I seventy barely open. They're using the on and off ramps there at Denver west to get by that accident, but it's really slow and really backed up the area route thirty second and young field, which would be the extra just before. All this just east of that. Where that westbound traffic is hitting is just virtually gridlock. Take highway fifty eight into golden and then turn left on US six that'll take you back down to. I seventy it's a really tough drive through the Englewood area. I have a crash cleanup stages. Eastbound eighty five hamden at law on the right shoulder. Also crash the commerce city area. Eastbound I seventy six past eight northbound I twenty five jammed up passing northwest Parkway e four seventy because of a crash past highway seven of toward the eyrie exit an earlier crash eastbound, I seventy two southbound I twenty five looks like that has been cleared g line is officially open or at least. They did the ribbon cutting a few minutes ago in our data. That is good news. This report is sponsored by the your local Ford store, if you want unsurpassed safety technology and a powerful turbocharged ecoboost engine get a Ford if you want America's bestselling brand get forward. If you want a great deal on your next car truck rescue get your local Ford store today built Ford proud next update. Eight forty KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Hey, good morning yesterday. We talked out at sixty three degrees in Denver. We'll be at least ten to fifteen degrees. Warmer than that today. Highs in the.

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"eyrie" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I don't think it means Skywalker. As a person, a my, I don't know the spoiler. Her on this just at the eyrie Saudi who's going to walk in the sky. Finally, I mean. Fisher did the movie layered? He did that last time. No, I think it means. I think Skywalker is going to be the name of a new order. And so like the jet, I will end and the new order will be called Skywalker. And so then it's like the rise of this new thing, which is sort of the feces of the last Jedi is sort of like the jet. I order needs to end. Let's make something new and like if they call that new guy Walker, you know, as a fun thing. So as long as the words Gawker does not refer to like, Luke or bend solo was go Arthur butted him or Ray being somehow secretly Skywalker than I am fine with that title. That's my my maybe two nerdy. Take for little I think also raise going to announce to the unveiling of Skywalker. Plus. New. Like your credit card at the door. When you leave the movie theater, I like that theory, also because there's kind of a meta dimension to like like, Walt Disney wasn't actual person. And now Disney is an adjective, and like a brand and like for Skywalker to have that same trajectory seems kind of poetic in a in a weird capitalist way. I mean, the same thing is true, George Lucas, Lucas, Lucas film, Lucas, you know, it's like it's his own thing too. So, yeah, let's great point..

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"eyrie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Her parents. We'll hear his final words for the girl in poor right after traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the tens has gone out. John. Well, it's getting better on southbound. I twenty five you're still backed up a little bit as you make your way down toward the eyrie exit because of construction that ran late on southbound I twenty five it back things up big time. This is the best. It's looked all morning long. But you are heavy around the area exit. You're heavy around one hundred forty four down to about Thornton Parkway. And then right at I seventy six your downtown drive is pretty busy southbound starting at I seventy and you're heavy into the tech center starting at Santa Fe for southbound. I twenty five southbound five loaded up from I left this morning. A lot of traffic on Parker road arapahoe. The cherry creek dam road you drive onto eighty-five. They just cleared that crash eastbound eighty five at Knox court, but you're backed up solid back before federal trying to get into Inglewood. Lot of jamming on that. Sixth avenue drive coming out. Lakewood your. Eastbound I seventy drive over I twenty five and eastbound seaport seventy a lot of that is bright sun. We got big backups in the commerce city area this morning westbound. I seventy six is really slow from ninety six all the way down to two seventy. There was an earlier crash that did a lot of that damage a lot of people went over onto highway two, but that's a bad idea. Because now southbound highway two is closed at eighty eight northbound is temporarily closed Quebec it's all because of a rollover accident on highway two and commerce city a lot of people using now Rosemary to get around that delay. This report is sponsored by Ashley homestore. Ashley homestore's anniversary sale is in its final week. It's your last chance to save up to thirty percent or get no interest for six years come in with today and celebrate together with style Ashley homestore. This is home. See store for details. Next update at seven fifty KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Radio seven forty two. We had to the CBS four Colorado weather.

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"eyrie" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Can you hear me? Loud and clear your view of the significance of this. And then Tom's going to walk us through the three things. One on. Yeah. So I'm taking a look really quick look, obviously at the judge's ruling. It's not a slam dunk for Muller. But what he lost on almost as interesting as what he won on. So he lost basically on the concerns about obstruction of Justice, and he won on collusion, which means that the judges persuaded that Paul Manafort was intentionally making false statements about the heart of the investigation collusion. Interesting distinction there in one I think that a lot of people are going to focus in on. We were just discussing with the Congressman Tom winter. You're one of the people here who sends out the notes and people devour them walk us through this. Okay. So a couple of things one I think the key. And it is a bit of a split decision. If you will of this was a boxing match, the judge says here, look there's a payment that surrounds a super Pac that we don't have all the details to our because it's still a part of an ongoing. Investigation. Prosecutors say in they haven't fully detailed all the circumstances surrounding. But it does involve a pro-trump superpac in some sort of payment involving a law firm. That's the best that we have right now as far woods what this is about. But the judge says that Manafort lied to federal agents in the grand jury about something about that. The second thing is this has to do with the contacts and interactions and discussions with Constantine Kalinic. And she says that is far as. Manafort's descriptions to the FBI and the grand jury about that. Yes, he lied to. And then as far as the minimum discussions in guard regarding Trump administration officials and his reach outs communications with them that he lied about. That is well regarding the obstruction of Justice in in how that plays with Constantine Kalinic, which the judge says special counsel's office did not prove that Manafort had lied about that I think that has more to do with what Constantine Kalinic is charged with along with Paul Manafort. So it's this effort between the two to kind of say, hey that work that we were doing that was really for Ukraine. It wasn't Ukraine, and you should tell a couple of other people that this is Manafort was under a diamond they hit him with a superseding indictment. So I think just to follow up on what the former federal prosecutors said there, it's not specific to an overall obstruction of Justice investigation. That people are have been. Talking about Trump. It's very specific to the Constantine, right? This is point to where they say, basically where Muller didn't win was on. Whether they lied about quote clinics role in quote, the obstruction of Justice conspiracy. Right. And you're pinpointing that is a somewhat narrow I wanna be clear for viewers because there's so many angles on this. Right. And where you sit as they say in Washington where you stand and people care about it for different reasons. It's a split decision. With regard to Muller who wanted to win all five. I mean, prosecutors want to win everything, of course, it's not really a split decision. If you're Paul Manafort or his family, obscene, Glen eyrie bad for the rest of his life. Yeah. I'm really glad that you brought that up. I mean, right now, the judge essentially says, you know, he he did lie at several points and because of that and because some of the things zone defense counsel has said in this. The plea agreement is off in what that really means to what you were just speaking to as far as Paul Manafort, his family and his life going forward is is that any sort of guaranteed by the government that they would bring down his sentence. Lighten his sentence going forward. That's off the table. We're talking don't have to argue which means he could be facing up to how many years..

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"eyrie" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"Services in another. It's you know, the safari common piss a kind of model is is now in real terms. So I think it's interesting whether it's good or bad off. I think any time will tell but I personally think it's probably a good cool. I wonder what's the the rationale behind it? Because when I initially they said when if and be was doing it. No, they're not really interested, obviously effing b has down reasons. And when I was at if Embiid was around retention. So you you want your cell phone number to be tied to your Bank account. So that you consumer stays longer with the Bank. But now with the low cost of switching yet. I I don't know. Maybe there's this other reasons behind maybe they also sitting up a future way, you might switch. Banks the same way you switch mobile telcos. And they sitting up for that future way. When it comes down to it. You're not moving from Standard Bank to NTN. But staying, you know, I don't know. Maybe that's part of it you yes. So Malawi's planned to force businesses to accept digital payments. We don't have time to discuss that. But there's this plan on the books over the to try and insist on on retail is and traditional sort of business infrastructure to to basically prioritize digital payments. This is you know, I suppose they trying to enforce a innovation as far as financial inclusion it. What do you guys think in spirits, are you with lawmakers in this regards, do you think, you know, it's part of intake policy governance plan encourage good enforce not so good. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think maybe a bit too early the. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Well, here's the nugget for nothing and Dell apparently pays code is fifty percent that quotas, obviously on the continent. Fifty percent less than they would pay. A code in Silicon Valley. How do we know? Well, that's because unreasonable outing them in this way is because we often here on the show to give us information, which they didn't end they they shaded on putt cost in Silicon Valley. So we found that quite interesting. So here's a question for you African take roundup village. How do you feel about Abu trash talent arbitrage? Do you think? It's right. That's an entire business model based on the fact that you can get cheap labor here and basically service clients in other parts of the more developed world. Do you think? That's right. Do you think that's that's cool as their moral problem is just good business? You tell us how you feel would particularly love to hear from the likes off if oaks at della folks, we think code who, of course, are not for profit. So they have a slightly different model, but we'd love to hear from folks at at Gabbay. But in general, we'd love to hear from all. If you give us a shout at African roundup on Twitter. Facebook dot com forward slash African take roundup on Facebook. And of course, drop us an Email if you'd like at Hulo at. African tick roundup dot com. Now, some quickfire things before we head into our discussion top executives leaving Facebook the nicest of which is Brendan eyrie bay Iribe, the former CEO and co founder of Oculus a he announced his exit. Most recently is it naive to think that you could sell something to Facebook. And it not lose it soul..

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"eyrie" Discussed on Download

Download

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Download

"Hellofresh for supporting download and all of relax him. Okay. Let's talk about Oculus lots of stuff going on an Oculus. Former Oculus CEO, Brendan eyrie bay is leaving Facebook. He joined the company as a co founder with Palmer lucky. They launched the first version of the headset on on Kickstarter in two thousand twelve hundred Facebook's lady served as CEO until two thousand sixteen then he stepped down to lead the PC based VR rift VR division replaced by Hugo Barra who left Xiaomi to run Oculus within Facebook. Lots of musical chairs there Oculus has since shifted from focusing on VR so much to mobile experiences. They made some announcements in that side is the latest in a string of co-founders to leave Facebook. Of course, the guys from Instagram and the founder of what's app. Oculus also is dropping. Rentals from the rift saying people don't want to put on goggles and watch movies in a virtual space. They actually just want to play games, and they're also rolling out a system went option for reporting abuse. So if you run into a jerk in virtual reality, you can record bad behavior and upload it to the sport team. And then they can act on it. So I just just an overall thing. Tom maybe start with you on this one. What's what's up with Oculus? Does it matter that the co founders are leaving it seems like this? There may be some heated opinions about the kind of cutting edge based VR versus getting into a free standing mobile VR thing. But I'm just curious what you're thinking about where Oculus is now. Yeah. I mean, they've come a long way. If they've done on me from the fest on the we saw it. Siyassa kind of which was also blur into one. But like since they join Facebook and palms left and stuff. Fill like VO, and it self is kinda stoled. We still don't have that can ahead with the killer app. The kid who experienced in general in vio and is a. Obviously internal struggles. Facebook an Oakland. About where it was gonna be mobile, Tiverton, PC and stuff. And I think we kind of know what the vision is he needs to make this a little easier for consumers to use. It used to be cheaper. And it just it doesn't need to be. Absent is the experiences that make it with? Well, and make it something you wanna come back to. I know Chris rift ended since pretty U2.. I'm an east. It is the month of delay. I fest purchase day. It was fun to use. It's fun to show my family and friends and stuff, but it's not something I come back to because he caused a little space. It would cause of super powerful PC for the best experience and just the apps and games. Just don't click. So that is the fundamental problem with itself, regardless of of this. And I think that China internally struggle with which direction do they want to go feel, and that's probably love is seen..

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"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"Same. It didn't take much mincing log on the king's orders said that the eagles had their home because of the people that died here their people. And now those people needed help. Swayne up the mountains on an eagle, the king tournament flog who was holding on for dear life. You know, why do the eagles always just help out in the end? I feel like in general, a lot of stories I've heard were giant eagle saved the day. Most of the problems could have been solved. If the eagles just took on a more active role earlier on in the story also move, don't translate that as the came visors sort above their familiar city. It was obviously returned just in time. Riots were in full swing shouts audible from far away. He and move flog, look out on the ocean, a forty, Marta, taking mere minutes on the eagles back. They looked to the angry city and then across the see how far could an eagle fly. After a moment, hesitating the kingside in move flog, asked the eagle to land. When the nights hunting party finally returned weeks later, they saw something that shocked them. The king was working. He was out among people among those who were hungry, which was everyone, but they were working together. There wasn't a lot they could do in late autumn to help the crops come winter kingwood brash not the Royal food supply. No one would starve. The team was also point as much money as he couldn't building new ships. They might not have animals, but they had forests both here and beyond the mountains, king melted down iron steel, and any other metal. He had helped build the vessels. And when it started to grew cold, you converted all of his ballrooms to shelters to protect those who didn't have a home in the end, the king and his people survived the winter and many winters. After that soon, the number swelled and they begin to colonize the land west of the mountains stretching his far as the old palace when. They asked the king's great, great granddaughter what she wanted to do with it. She said that they would leave the Erie to the eagles. It would stand forever as a reminder of one kings folly and another's was done. That's it for the story. This week, I really liked how this one ended. The secret of the Erie wasn't magic or a discs mocking that would save the people. It was a reminder for the king to do his duty and look after his people. It was a simple yet powerful ending. If you've never listened to it. I can't make them in the podcast history of Rome by Mike Dunkin highly enough. I'm wanna pursued. He talks about the ancient Roman governance and how they were walking type between shearing and skinning the sheep, so to speak. When it came to ruling that people, he said, I know I'm going to butcher this quote because it's really hard to find quotes and pie guests, but basically the smart rulers learning the point at which they could start some commonsense reforms to placate the people to give a little now to void giving everything later when the revolution came. The strait was a coup 'lustration of both of those sides, and it's a surprisingly relevant one. I recently read an article or professor went to give a talk to a group of super rich men about technology, and instead of them asking about blockchain or quantum computing, whatever was the tech buzzword at the time. The almost exclusively asked him about maintaining control once either from climate change, lack of resources, global pandemics or otherwise society broke down. The questions were not about how to make things better, but how to maintain control of their security force. They were all walked in a bunker together or how to pay guards to protect them from the hungry mobs. If money was useless, they didn't want to use their vast wealth to try to solve the problems just insulate themselves from the consequences. The article ends with the professor presenting solution to the problems don't insulate yourself invest in sustainability efforts, wolf distribution and better business practices. So that society, you might not claps. They chuckled more amused by his optimism, but for all of their money. They weren't buying it. I post it only the article in the show notes real quickly. If you're listening to fictional, it's pass where we do this, but with classical it and we're now four episodes into the third season in over halfway through Dracula defined, it just gonna fictional dot FM research for fictional wherever you get your podcasts. Creature. This time is the hinky minimum from the court. Elaine people in British Columbia, Canada. If you've ever thought pay that puddle looks a little too smart for its own. Good. Well, I, that's a weird thought to have. And second, you're absolutely right. Run the human is a lake monster, and you might be thinking that we've had a lot of water monsters on the show over the years, but this isn't one of them. This is a lake monster. I should really be specific. It is a monster. That's a lake. If you're drawing water from a lake in British Columbia in the lake doesn't seem too thrilled about it and also that there are way too many human remains at the bottom of that lake stop. But so you don't because you never suspect that a late could be sentient also pressingly angry and you take the bucket of water home. Well, look behind you. The human, which means the engulf is surprisingly sneaky for an entire entirely. That's following you home. You might notice brand new, bubbling brook along your path or some surprisingly squishy. Mud or some puddles that keep filling up in your footsteps behind you. The only way that things could possibly get worse view is if you drink any of the water before you get home, if you do be prepared for some stomach problems and also some dime problems because the lake will attack you from within though that might not actually be the worst because as soon as you do, get home fully quill, come down hard on your house, smashing it, and everyone who's not you. It will keep the thief's head above water as it takes them back to the place where they took the water and they'll see all those human remains came from at the bottom of lake. Don't worry. There is a way to avoid being drowned by a sentient lake, and that's by not going anywhere near the lake. Seriously. It's an angry lake. You can't fight. It just stay away. That's it for this week. The theme songs by the band broke for free and the creature. The week music is by Steve combs are links to even more music in the show notes. Today's episode is written by me, Jason, wiser and edited and produced by Chris. Thank you so much for listening and I'll see next time.

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"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"Avoid a silence. So dead could drive you mad. It was a building building bigger than their entire city. The party stood frozen as they took it all in in cyber piles, positive on piles of gold, diamonds rubies paintings generations of spider webs from the Iraq nece that manage to find a way in between the stones hung from the ceilings weighted down by dust. The great hall led into the throne room, the nights and the king grip their swords as they put your closer, they found the throne room, but it ceased being thrown room near a millennia ago. It was now a tomb skeletons were scattered throughout the room somewhere alone. Others were huddled together all have been dead for years. Move flock hollered to the group. They've been looking at the bones and they had found something he picked an arm away from the stone tablets, nearly doesn't them piled next with skeleton still gripping at an ancient stone. Chisel. They were in the ancient tongue language that have marked the passageway move, flog held them and both he and his king read at first, they were boring, almost pedestrian. They describe a castle under siege, but the king looked back to the doorway who could besiege a castle like this. It was basically a city in the sky. There were spots where only one person could fit through the winding walkway there. The men who apparently wrote this the one sprawled on the floor didn't seem concerned. He said they had enough food with them to last month's those outside would give up before. Then. Meanwhile, they had sealed the doors and windows. They were in here with the food while the attackers were outside with nothing. It was only a matter of time. And apparently time passed the king of move, flog shuffled the tablets, and they went out there was invited among the besieged. Some wanted to give up. Others wanted to bring them the weapons of war on those outside. The king was confused. It was an attacking army. Why didn't they do that to start the continued reading the prince escaped with a small band rape before the fighting broke out. He was gonna look for. But the Tableau was broken a brownish reddish substance, smeared along the bottom edge violence overcome. They read as more and more months passed those outside. Still not giving up the eagles had come, but still the pound at the doors and walls was omnipresent, still more months passed inside. The lights were now going out. They were running out of fuel. They had almost born out of food. The strong already started I in the week, the nights were looking at their king one man ground up rubies and gemstones trying to bake bread with them. This is an outrageously bad idea in the end. He ended up the same as everyone else, but just a little bit faster, Kim move, flog scanned over more and more tablets until they came to the last one. It was indifferent. Writing the new scripts had he had taken over for the one who had been writing. He knew there was no way out. He had been held in a crevice one of the darker corners. The castle during the worst of it. He had woken up one morning to the son of swords and screams the nights turned on the noblemen on their king, all someone's of honored disappeared with the food last scribe. It hit for days until all the sound subsided. Now he was the last one left and this will be his legacy. He said that the pounding outside was gone. People were all dead if hungered and get them and the eagles did they will be the eagles Erie's. Once he died, the writer said he looked up on the carved image of the king in the middle of the room. This wasn't just his fault. This was all their faults. They had squeezed that people until they revolted. The king nobles had secretly packed up all the seas. Britches store them in his keep. They shut and barred, the doors hoarding, the last, the food they told themselves they were better than everyone on the outside. That's why they deserve to survive. The writer looked around what was left of them. The strong had lived. Long enough to starve to death. What had all their richest bottom of an agony. And lately, some severe indigestion for the guy who tried to eat diamond shard biscuits, the raiders said he didn't have much time he was going to join his people. His prayer was that the prince admitted east that he and his band has somehow found a passageway to the ocean. He would learn from the mistakes of his forefathers, and they would build something better. The king of move, flog, stop reading at the same time and looked up at the carved image of the king. The king had never much cared for. Lineage, never look back at the ancient records, but if he did crack open the warped and dusty tomes, he imagined he would read the first of his line coming east, finding his way through the mountains and building the city. The king looked all around the room this, this was them. This was going to be them. He had blitz people dry, and he was going to lock himself in his nobles up in his castle with all the food. Wait out the winter. He had come here seeking a secret to save his people. There was no secret only work. If he were treated to safety, he might survive a few months, but he would meet an end all the same. No, he needed to work with his people to be a true king survivor die thrive or starve. They would do it together and now he needed to get home. He storm from the secret palace and his nights call behind him, asking him if you wanted them to loot the castle leave it, he told them they had a long March back. They were gonna make for the first snowfall. And besides look, what good the gold and jewels had done everyone before outside the king's mind, raced what she do. That's when he had an idea. Call the eagles. He told us adviser, move. Flog paused did Kingman the eagles that they just learned killed and eight all the people on the outside the king, nodded the very same.

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"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"That very night, the king slipped out of the city. It was easy with the riots and the chaos he'd taken his hunting party in his best nights and to give it can't for the evening by the barrier on the edge of their world. In the morning, the king woke early with the start early raise, eliminated the rocks and he grinned the people that have been sent before they were commoners. Right. Then I thought about it. Yeah. Why the king shrugged, it wasn't their fault, but they didn't understand the old ways. The ancient tongues someone had chipped away at the rock year and to someone who hadn't been relentlessly educated against his will in ancient languages by a Royal tutor. It just looks like an odd crack in the rocks. It wasn't though it was a symbol, a word. It meant here. It took the better part of the morning before they were able with ropes and police in a wedge drank will the massive rock free from the opening and it was an opening a dark tunnel that searched far into the rocks. It looked like it was naturally formed, no one, Hyun it from the rocks and get it had been closed off. Why the king smiled and pointed down into the darkness. It seemed that the mountains weren't impassable anymore. It was time to go see what was on the other side. Progress was slow going. Didn't passage became so narrow in some spots that they had to walk sideways inching along at the first neck. They had sent the horses back to the capital with one of the men and continued on foot. Why are spots opened occasionally for the Bank could stop to rest and by evening this the light of the setting sun poking through the shadows up ahead after hours upon hours of walking in the dark. They arrived. Finally, on the other side of the mountains for the first time in their history, someone had gone west. But it was cold. Barad they couldn't see much of the setting sun as they squinted toward the highlands stretching. Off into the distance. There wasn't farmland only mountains bearing crags the king blinked and squinted. Again, it was far away barely visible, but he saw it. He was sure of it. It was a silhouette against the darkness, but was there a tower. There were people west of the mountains. He smiled maybe all hope wasn't lost quite yet. When he looked the next morning, the king commanded his nights and his hunting party to make all haste toward the tower. His people were dying and they needed to move as quickly as possible. If he was going to save them, the lame was bast and beautiful. In spite a tower being so close hunter said with certainty that no foot at ever trod in that region, not in hundreds of years, at least the trees were old older than any in the eastern side of the mountains, and they were gnarled and defend tastic shapes the whole countryside at an eerie stillness to it this all know, people know animals even insects. Over the next four days, the real guard stay close to their king and the hunter scouted out in all directions as they made their way to the tower. Every hunter returned at the end of the day, seeing that there was nothing. Nothing at all in any direction. This place was as still a tomb when they finally heard a river, it came at them like a deafening flood after the stillness of the previous few days. By the down of the fifth day, they arrived at the river that encircle the base of the mountains. The king glanced up and his heart sank. There was a walkway, but it was overgrown with moss and trees and had a collapsed in some places. There weren't people here to maintain it by the look of it. This place had been abandoned hundreds of years ago. The king ordered the hunters to stable. Oh, keep scouting in all directions. They had to find a field fertile soil animals, something. Even if it meant bringing people through the mountains and leaving their homes, he wanted them to live as for him. He was gonna climb to see what the top of the mountain held. Maybe there will be some answer up there, but the very least they could see for miles. Maybe there will be some way to see people. It was another two days of climbing before they reached the base of the tower. And from that vantage point, the king could see that it wasn't just a tower on the mountains. It was actually a small city built into the stone. The king took another step and then nearly fell hundreds of feet to the sharp rocks blow. In that moment, he heard it the first sign of life. The eagle flats, enormous wings. It must have been twice the size of the largest row guard member and it screeched when it saw the party making their way up the mountain and it soared to its peak. The tallest tower. The king look back at his guard who weren't nearly bewildered as he was. They'd have the crossbows hanging on their backs and nodded, and so they continued their climb. There wasn't just a city at the top of the mountain, but a vast palace, the palace alone was bigger than any of the king had ever seen. It was bigger than his own town, the Kingston, all that they should try to find a way inside obediently the Royal guard split up and began looking around the king thought that it was the oddest thing. It was the largest most impressive palisade ever seen, but there wasn't a single door window. His men scour the perimeter. The found only Ashir stonewall pulled from his thoughts. The king's attention fell to the sounds of squawking and yelling. There was trouble. He rushed to the courtyard or one of his knights stood his knife to a baby eagles throat wings beat above him already darkening. The sky's the courtyard. Hey, the night yelled move log. Can I get a little help here? Move flog. One of the king's closest visors and wisemen rained the night threw up his arms. The king thought it'd be nice to de-escalate, but they were wild animals, birds. He ordered the nice to ready their crossbows. His night had done a stupid thing by going to one of the eagles nests, but they weren't going to die for his mistake. The nights did not ready their crossbows. Instead, they washed MU flog bow, low before the birds and began making several alternating shrill and guttural shrieks. He turned to the night holding the knife in whispered, let the bird go. He did an all the eagles circled and perched. Well, almost all the eagles move fog face the offending night and said, he was sorry. He'd had to make a deal. Immediately, I think will swoop down with towns as big as the nights leg and lifted him into the air. The night screamed his shouts fading as he disappeared into the clouds. The baby flew back to his parents and everyone resumed breathing once again, clearing his throat, the king of Persia, flog asking him what? What was all that Lou flog shrugged? He was just straight with the birds. He admitted that they were scared of the creatures. Humans had come to this land looking for food because there people were dying in the night was a coward. It wasn't move flags. I twisted up the night, but the man took a giant eagle baby from her angry, giant eagle, mommy. What did he expect was going to happen anyway. He was going to go before the eagle came to answer. I crimes so they should probably get up there seen as he didn't speak the language and they were hungry birds of prey. The king nodded, I just don't get how you're able to talk to birds. You know, that was the community part move log shirked. Again, it was pretty well known that he could talk to birds. He took a few electives at the community college anyway, move flog told the king that the eagles lift at the top, the tall tower. The kidnapped baby was young, won a spry seven hundred year old. She was the granddaughter of the king who was nearly two thousand years old kingside. Oh, okay. This was nice. They had just finished scaling a mountain and other head to climb the tall tower occupied by angry birds older than recorded time the kingdom. Ooh, flog nast. If the eagles could may give them a ride, however, move flog knew better than to ask not wanting to push his luck, move fog squawks gibberish toward the clouds and shook his head. When no reply followed giving strangers arrived wasn't something the eagles did. And so the king and his crew began their climbed the top of the tallest tower. King moose log and the one other night brave enough to climb the tower through themselves up over the side and shivered they were so high off the ground, but no matter they've made it and they had a job to do across the room. They're missing nightly sleeping at the towns of the eagle king. The grandfather who ruled it for everything on the side of the mountains. The kings stole a glance of the surrounding countryside, blow the tower and to shoulder slumped. There was nothing for as far as he could see. There was only highlands uninhabitable in hospitable new life people. There was nothing on the side of the mountains that would save his people. He drifted move flogged to wake the ego king. They need to retrieve their night and they couldn't climb down let alone make a four day journey back with angry eagles on their tail move fog nudged sleeping eagles towns, nothing. He shook it, nothing. He tapped the further expanse that was the eagles stomach. Nothing. Then then everyone joined in jumping on him like a beanbag chair, and eventually the grandfather eagle blinked wake move fog, bow, bow, and screeches he begged forgiveness for the wayward night asking if he could take their men home. He made such a stupid mistake, the eagle, though fully awake dismissed the request. Yeah, sure. Whatever he was now transfixed on the face of the king. How could this be that the man had returned after two thousand years, the eagle inch closer to the king. He says, the eagles could have the palace. That's what he said. That's what he Britain. The eagles were only doing what he asked. The king shook his head, but he wasn't two thousand years old. He didn't tell the eagle to do anything. He had a crown sure, but a lot of kingside crowns, the Burt setback. Oh, he thought it was part of the human king's head. That made a lot of sense. He said that the king looked like the king of old, but all humans kinda look the same to him. So he could be wrong through flog the king kept talking to the old eagle asking him what happened to this place? The told him exactly what he had just said one day the eagles were allowed here and the old king sealed at the palace and all of its secrets. He sealed up the thing that would keep them alive. King step backwards at that was interesting. Was there any way in maybe the replied still pretty sleepy when he arrived it was sealed. He was still young bird then and had absolutely no interest in getting inside. The nest was all they wanted. It kept them safe from the animals that used to roam these lands. Now, there was nothing nothing but stillness, the continued. None of the humans had known how to get in either. It was a secret, a secret, none of the men new except for the last. He had been an old wise man who only returned to his home far too late after it was sealed. One of the last thing see uttered to the eagle was the location of the door. It was where the first light at the palace so they could always greet the dawn, the king thought a moment. He had seen the miles and miles of emptiness surrounding the castle. There was nothing within weeks ride in any direction that could save his people. Maybe just maybe the secret was inside the castle regardless. It was their last and only hope as the morning's race I broke of the horizon. The king and his night stood ready before the stonewall. There was no, mistaking it. This was the first light hit the mountains, made sure that. One shaft of light hit the wall. The king pointed, they had some digging to do. Two hours later, they found it a SIEM after six hours. They had unearthed the door. But the next morning always ready corporate seal. It didn't want it found ever. The hinges had long since deteriorated. So they had hack away the door. Finally, a hole appeared and the king and the others recoiled if there was a stillness outside in the forest, it was nothing compared to the stillness within they finished hacking away. What was left at the door and began stepping inside inside was a stillness, avoid

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"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"This week on myths and legends it's a straight from Jewish folklore about a king who just wants to sleep until noon and do absolutely no work. Is that really too much to ask his starving angry subjects? Say yes, yes, it is the creature. This time is the reason you should run for your life the next time you see a puddle. Miscellaneous episode. One eighteen the eerie. This is a podcast until stories from Thalji in folklore. Some aren't critically popular stories, you think, you know, but with spicy, origins, other stories that might be new but are definitely worth listen. Did you know that every single episode of missing legends is now on Spotify? Yeah, that same app that has millions of songs now has thousands of podcasts. You can listen all your favorite shows like this one and discover new ones. Just not too many, which else that way subscribe to our show search for missing legends, tat follow and get every new episode delivered. You podcast on Spotify. They're streaming right now and now and now actually don't know much about the origin of the story. I found it in a collection of Jewish folklore published in nineteen nineteen by woman by the name of Gertrude Monda. It's a folk tale, so it's not really linked to anything stork goal in. It's been kind of a faraway fantastic land. So we'll just right in. Far to the east even farther than the rising sun. The story says, there existed a kingdom. It's pencil that stretched far into the ocean. It was a rich and bountiful land or no one one of anything they lived in such luxury that while no one really did anything most of all the king. No, I wanted a Basu got at ten thirty AM and left at two pm. So that means if you really wanted to push it, you could get there at ten fifteen am and leave at two thirty at that I ever did that Mr. Reynolds, but that's what the king's advisors did. He liked his naps and daytime, drinking and hunting expeditions and literally anything of them being a ruler. He ordered his advisors to manage the kingdom for him and for a while they did until they didn't. You see when you get a taste of spending all day not working, it's really hard to force yourself to wake up and manage it kingdom for a guy who wakes up and spends all his time partying. Soon. The people who should have been managing the kingdom in the place of the guy who's read. Terry responsibility was to manage the kingdom just stopped showing up altogether worse yet. They really sunk the clause in and started extracting more and more from the people for a time. Everything seemed fine. The lambs fertile the ocean, bountiful and the people basically peaceful, then things began to change. The weather grew colder one year, then even colder. The next at first that people had enough and then just barely not enough. The fish population started wither in the following summer was dry it by drought. Soon, things became so bad that the king himself actually had to do some work. His advisors pestered him to rise before eleven AM like a commoner. They said they wanted to let him sleep, but the people the people were out front. They were hungry, the buys her said, and they worry that things were too far gone. Of course, they still had the Royal food storage. The one they've filled up by taking heavy taxes from the people. But if that dwindled the entire kingdom, including the king would have no protection against the whims of nature. Another cold, winter hot summer. That could be the end of them. King. Laughed it off. Okay. Okay. Okay. He would take some time off that day and save the entire kingdom. You're welcome. He threw open the doors and stepped out onto the balcony. He announced to the crowd that he knew they were hungry and he was going to save them. One man yelled back from below, ask him if he was gonna open the row food stores for a starving people. The king held up both hands. Oh, okay. Let's get drastic. No, no, he wasn't. He was going to hunt a lot. They probably didn't know this because they were all scraping by trying, not to starve, but the king spent a lot of time hunting almost all of his time. Actually, he was really great at it and he would handedly kill enough animals to feed the entire kingdom that afternoon, and they could take that to the Bank, but not really because there was a run on the banks that morning and they were completely bankrupt that obviously wasn't quite the pep talk that people needed, but at least they were hurt by their stupid stupid kings confidence besides they never really got to eat a lot of meat. So this might be nice. On the return trip in town. The king ordered his Royal guard this around him. He just needed to get back into the palace safely. If he could return to the palace, everything will be fine. The candlelight kind of a lot to make it inside before the riots began. He had shot one underway bore six rabbits and handful of squirrels that was it barely enough for his own dinner, let alone a city. The winters and summers had produced the animals, food water, and thus produced the animals. At this point, the king called together as counselors and demanded to know what he should do. His advisors throughout a lot of good ideas like run away or hole up in the castle with the rest of the food until the commoner sorted everything out and pray. The next spring will be enough for the survivors to replant and hopefully get everything back on track the king sat back. Those were appealing options. Definitely more. So the running away part. He didn't think you'll be able to sleep very well with all those starving people complaining in the streets. So hypothetically, if they were going to run, which way would they go? The advisors pulled out a map. The could really only go east across the ocean. Granted, those that had gone that way before had either silk for a month straight and found nothing or have been lost a pirates, the components of the map to the mountains. What about west? The visors laughed. You can go west. No one had gone west. Though they lived on a pencil. There was a miles long barrier of rocks, impassable to horses and carriages. No one had ever managed to make it more than halfway sailing. West wasn't an option either. As far as anyone ventured up the coast, it was a sheer cliffs run by sharp rocks, Johnny nut from the ocean. No captain dared to sail close to it. No west was out. So they were going to flee. They would were the pirates and headed east. The king looked at each of his advisors and what if he wasn't gonna flea confused, the advisers hesitated. They didn't understand the Kingston pacing back and forth. His people were starving, and despite his extremely minimal effort, which also happened to be the most work. He had done a months. He couldn't save them by doing the same things. What if just beyond the mountains, there were people that could help. What if there were feels they could claim or waters full of fish, forceful of game? What if he could save his people? One bullet visor as to even matter what they said. He was just going to do it anyway. Wasn't he? The king lost in thought and already packing looked up briefly DC something. That

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"eyrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Never more than one hundred and thirty years the boston pops as they were officially named in nineteen hundred they've been bringing music to you guys the citizens of boston under the direction of keith lockhart they have been nominated for multiple grammy big pickup in their touring and playing with so many different artists such as rachel plan our colleague matt miller he's backstage with rachel listen thoughts and our performance tonight matt over to you yes well her performance was awesome she's an ami she's a multi platinum selling recording artists and she's from the area racial so great to have you here tell us about growing up in newton center playing clubs around boston you know this was a dream that i thought was kind of impossible when i was fifteen i was in choir and like doing math homework i was never like i could be on this stage some day and i slowly started playing in bars around newton and around boston and i started building a fan base from the grass the ground up so boston is the reason that i'm here on the stage that is awesome and of course it's still important to be doing your math homework i know you're very interested in the empowerment of girls and you started a charity in that tell me about that yeah absolutely i'm part of american eagle's eyrie campaign right now and we did a campaign with no retouching to encourage girls to love their bodies and accept their bodies and know that they're are beautiful just as they are i think it's so important on social media we do so much perfecting and we try to show this perfect image and it's important for your good just as you are don't change a thing very important message thank you so much rachel platin coming up the indigo girls on the boston pops fireworks spectacular.

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"eyrie" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"And and jim i mean whenever i needed a phone call i can call he'll pick up you know or just call a check on me you know and i remember being at at west kentucky i'm there and i call home my mom call measly guess who's over here i might that and jim harbaugh they eat at the family cookout you know cool they know but they just they always been there no matter what it was whether it's trying to if i need advice from a career standpoint they've always been there and i've never not consoled then when it came to that and and whether there's anything personal there they're always been there for me and again it's just been genuine i mean my father passed and they were there for my mom you know and that was awesome i was all i was in oregon they came down and some family so that was big time but they their family they actually came to florida to see your mouth wow who all came annot joanie and and jack and jackie and tom green they're all there wow that is a that is wonderful you know and and jim now yeah anything that then was the best man in my way into what he's that's my guy okay have to know what the jim harbaugh best man speech sounds like is it done with enthusiasm known to mankind willie taggart eyrie thing willing to through their the my known the man you know i don't remember really the speech that will but i remember standing up at all and and my bride to be was coming through the door they open the door and everyone stood up and there's like everything quiet and my heart drop and jim with standing behind me whispering to me like you sure you want to do this sure you wanted to the car running into back right now and tell you what it was it was much needed at the time because i was hyperventilating that the time and he kinda made me feel that ease what it was it was pretty funny i have enjoyed so much getting to know him during those trips overseas and i have seen personally the impact he's having on those young men i've seen the way personally that they react to him so the criticism that quote you know he's not winning and all of these other things i think it's crap that's just my opinion i would love to your opinion of how your best man is doing in michigan i think he's doing a great job you know you know you hear people talking about michigan and a lot a lot more than what it was before and and he's winning you know he hadn't won championship yet and and that's common you know but i think he's putting things in place to not only win but win consistently and and get it to where everyone that michigan wanted to be in i think we all know you the right man for the job and he's he's going to get it to where everybody wanted to be up there then arbor and and he's a winner you can't tell he's not either winning it'll be fine you started for four straight years at quarterback and western kentucky what is the benefit of having actually played the position when you're coaching young man i think is is critical 'cause you see the game on the same same angle that the quarterback either from you know when you're not back there it's kinda tough i mean it's easy to watch him and and say you do this you do that but when you're actually behind the center and taking the staff and seeing god running this it's a little different you know just the way you see the game you know but also i think from a from a leadership standpoint and and understanding how you you got a lead and understand how everyone look at you that helps to and and and and quarterbacks into what they what they need to be nine times out of ten you recruit a kid here he has athletic ability to to get it done but i think the leadership and and and those things the way they get the team to play for him it's something that's learnt and you gotta help teach them and and get them to that point and that's when you you had a great ones speaking of recruiting it's interesting these days you have to show the kid you care right i mean i know.

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"eyrie" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"eyrie" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Right so fucking metal and market well they're not remaking with air putting it on stage it's going to be a giant broadway musical oh what happened why are you why are you moaning sounds like a good thing killed it now it's going to be awesome and they're gonna add in some songs by the sherman brothers who were the classic disney song writers they did not make the feature film they're gonna put them in the broadway show as well as the as the favorites on to she inari glow commotion eyrie thing guna mccoy dis and goram say how do you know that that's the charm of substitute substitutes area look motion can we play a little bit of that for kevin so he can sing along trickle sake state i don't come audrey don't leave precise shooting well man i love that movie how you gonna do that movie on stage all the magic stuff and everything like that i mean just as become like look they do the lion king then i really have animals i'm glad you told me i was going to get tickets for that show fuck that i i want reliance it's a good fuck and movies she doesn't have the showy part but the other guy david tomlinson from mary poppins played the dad mary that's right that's where he's from yeah he has the he plays dr milius brown and that character if you were making a movie today like you guessed fucking anybody to play that part any comic actor it's ripe with fucking comedy but i watch a broadway version i think it's gonna be hit.

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