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"frank williams" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

Two Moms Day Drinking

07:09 min | Last month

"frank williams" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

"We literally parked and is winner Oh. Golly fucking coalition walk around the Goddamn Cave in. Bondage. Gear right. So. We're walking through the the casino and turning heads laughter because. There's an African American man wearing for three inch heels. Just I'd like Tim Curry blowing kisses at random guys. Yeah one I just all these eyes. Oh, man fat. But we did that and then there was. Out of the entire theater, there was only with three of his address us to a girl dresses riffraff seriously. So. We did the whole the whole spiel you know no neck. Dollar Lines. Yeah and then once it ended the parents came up to us and they were like. Thank you addressing. She didn't feel on I was like I'm glad get. Tully, the whole Selena, they you an eerie I don't know if they still do up these student, the warriner a wish we need to make that happen I think honestly we we should make that a thing and happy come and just dress up. I wanted the library theatre to do it and I get if they don't want like the props if they don't want the audience props because I know there's a lot of like throwing toilet paper and If they don't want the theater destroyed. That's fine we can knock that out but I think that Warren needs to have rocky horror picture show I think cyber at the totally dress up for that. I? Mean if they don't want to allstate cleaning I have no problem. Yeah. Absolutely. Teepee all day long. I'm I'm all for that began like that's one of the obscure references to you Jodi person by where they know Tim Curry from yes. Yep. That that's one of the truce read yet -cause if you like Hey Tim Curry Oh is it that guy from from home alone you mother Fucker don't even get away from me right now go di Go. Yeah. Yeah I used to I have friends. I had friends in high school that. I was exposed to it. I. Don't even remember how but I might have even discovered on my own, but I was obsessed like that first year after I saw it for the first time like this is my entire life now and so I exposed a couple of my friends to it and I wasn't invited back to their houses like they weren't supposed to hang out with me and I'm like see this is how I know. It's cool. If people are kicking me out of their house because the scares them that much that I know it must be he'll. Actually, ash was when interest introduced me to really. Honestly I mean, I knew Tim Curry from a few different things prior. His voice is voice acting add on. There's always clue I mean who is always Lou knew him from home alone. It my big my biggest intro to him. He was also voicing one of the VILLAINS IN SUPERHUMAN SAMURAI EARLY WITH MEL Matthew Lawrence. Okay. Back. Voice actor. The, Villain Nigel thornberry. Like. It's like before that and then you know kinda seeing him in that light on like this is a whole new universe that I. Yeah Wipe. Things just get hiding them like it comes down from the sky and you're like my life just expanded. Living under a rock. Yeah. Then we got an aunt clockwork orange guy that's one of my favorite books and movies of all time. So it's amazing. If I say to somebody my little draggy and they don't get it. We can't be friends select just just we can't you need I'm to give you a reading list and then you can come back and reapply for friendship and we'll. We'll take it from there. You just told this day. Have Syllabus for you. Go we'll revisit. This. At midterms. Yeah It's. Papa Obscure Man. fucking pop culture I love it. I love it crazy days. Yeah. What aspect going. On today. believe after this break going to go see the goodwill or salvation army in Lakewood. Our JAMESTOWN wherever because I've been looking for furniture I was gonna say does it feel like you're moving into this cavernous face? Honestly Yeah. I mean we have still stuff in storage but most dislikes more knickknacks and close and I think you don't really realize when I lived in an apartment in Edinburgh that I see I got my house and I was like. I don't I thought I had so much shit packing it to come back from Edinburgh and then I, put all my house. I'm like I have nothing like. So What's going on yet that's kind of kind of where we are with less with his house and that's exciting. If wonderful is need anything. Oh, good question. We do need chairs for the dining table Dave and Mandy. gave us. It's Kinda Nice. Yeah. Maybe, we'll will figure it out across one bridge at a time. If you need anything we'll do. Have renegade visit up there seems going. Yeah. See beefy shoot in it or not I was he doing a shot and he's got a comedy show tonight tonight at the Holiday Inn. Undoing a sleepover. I shouldn't say it like that because I'm excited and it's going to be fine but I didn't know beatty was doing a show. Yeah. It's it's been on my face and I I'm kind of Said I. Forgot about it. I I WANNA go to support because I've been in the other ones. Yeah. Excellent time. Yeah. Oh, he's so great. Awesome. I should have him up sometimes just to like. Just for banner we'd here just for that. Yeah. Okay. So June, I'm going to do the whole month is going to be just dad's just ads which apparently February is turning into to a I. Don't know why but that's the way that schedules are working out but I'm thinking what I would love to do is have a panel and have people write in questions like have women and MOMS writing questions for men and Dads to answer advice information just anything and just make it a total comedy situation. So beefy is GONNA have to be in on that beefy common for you. We between beefy myself, Marcus. Yeah. It between the three of US alone L. Enough. Witty? I think the three of you are all I can handle in one day and then I'll have to go back for like errands stearns. Cody als was gray. He's going to be a good one. But yeah, I wanna just have the whole month be all about dads and DADS stuff. So. Yeah I will I will happily jomon awesome and weigh in on any topic you can. You can yeah filter free that's going to be the best part. That's what I love so much about it. That's it's rare filter for it's. It's rare and well, and it makes it hard for ranking. You know I'll never be an apples new and noteworthy ever because I haven't explicit content rating but honestly if I were looking for any gas. I would be looking for something. That's a little bit more edgy sours. I'm fine with not being really well represented in rankings. At. They're not for the not just. Yeah. Baseball, you know he'll screw. Right UPPERCUT YEP News Roundup by Astle. Heine Watch that again. You know what we have you ever for Mellberg's Mary. Do you we own everyone. Yeah. These happen have a sleepover and then when the kids get a bad, the adults the bargain start. Both. The Producers L. Zero Months Ellen Gene Wilder. The Nathan Lane and magazine Rick Twelve Chair silent movie. Okay. Sweet..

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"frank williams" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"frank williams" Discussed on TechStuff

"Original form before the decay before modern technology had advanced into the area, so he came up with a really clever idea. Dawn placed a pane of glass between the camera and the scene. He wanted to shoot an on that pane of glass. He had paintings to enhance the scene. If a building's roof had caved in, he would frame up the shot and then have an artist paint a roof on the glass, so that when viewed through the camera, the painting and the building behind. Behind it with lineup and the building would to be whole again, or he might want to cover up stuff like those telephone poles. He would have an artist paint trees on the glass. So from the cameras perspective, the polls were hidden. His process also involved double exposures. This was an example of a matte painting, and he would claim credit for inventing this and he and applied for a patent on it, but subsequent lawsuits establishment, other filmmakers were using similar approaches and the patent office. Office ultimately denied the claim, but matte paintings would become an important part of filmmaking from that point forward one disadvantage to these early foam effects was they required the camera to remain stationary the whole process. You couldn't move the camera at all or else. You're shots wouldn't lineup so you wind the camera to remain in one place through all of these different exposures? Another problem was that no action could cross the Matt Line because we get cut off as it moved beyond that. At least from the audience's perspective line now's move on up to nineteen eighteen when a guy named Frank Williams created the Williams process which. Honestly seems pretty convenient to me. The Williams process allowed for more movement involved shooting actors against a solid background, such as a black or blue curtain on very high contrast film, the process sometimes required multiple transfers onto new film. Until you arrived at a black silhouette against a pure white background, the negative image of what you're shooting before and this was called a holdout. Matt the way these transfers typically would work that you put one strip of shot developed film into a camera. So you've already shot on it, but you're putting it through the camera again. And you would put a second strip of film that is uncharted unprocessed. No, no lights hit it in. Put it right up against the first developed piece of film. You would shine light through the camera, and you would let it just run in this way you would transferred the images from one step to the other and This was called by packing because you're putting two different pieces of film through the camera to. To achieve this process, and you could also do this, not just with developed film. Where you're making copies, you could do it with negatives. You could do it in a way to increase contrast from copy to copy until you were able to create a holdout. Matt reverse printing the hold out. Matt creates a White Silhouette on a black background or a cover matt. So now you've got a hold out Matt and a cover Matt. The footage of previously shot background. Let's say it's a foreboding forest, so you've shot your actors in a sound stage, but you want the background to be this really scary looking for us and by pack film and camera with the background footage that you had shot and the Black Silhouette hold out matt of the actors footage that you shot then you would transfer this combination to a third piece of unexposed film by again shining a light through those other to pieces, and because the background on the Holdout Matte is white? The light passes through it easily, and it hits the previously shot background image that comes through and gets copied onto the blank film. The Silhouette of your actors is black. That prevents light from passing through, so the previously blank third piece fell. Now has a background image and this dark silhouette of actors moving through the frame. Then, you have to take that piece of film that has this Black Silhouette, and you have to bypass it with the original footage of the actor, not the silhouette, but the actual actor footage, and now the real actor is on top of the silhouette appears to actually be in front of whatever the background images in our case, the foreboding forest because this type of Matt moves from frame to frame. It's called a traveling Matt, and if you remember fragile rock, you might remember. Traveling at is the name of go-goes uncle. Go by the way is another stage enlightening term it stands for a template or Stencil that controls the shape of a lamps emitted light. So some of the FRY goals had a fun. Industry names Gogo and traveling that. When we come back, we will continue down the history of how Chroma key came about,.

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"frank williams" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"frank williams" Discussed on TechStuff

"Original form before the decay before modern technology had advanced into the area, so he came up with a really clever idea. Dawn placed a pane of glass between the camera and the scene. He wanted to shoot an on that pane of glass. He had paintings to enhance the scene. If a building's roof had caved in, he would frame up the shot and then have an artist paint a roof on the glass, so that when viewed through the camera, the painting and the building behind. Behind it with lineup and the building would to be whole again, or he might want to cover up stuff like those telephone poles. He would have an artist paint trees on the glass. So from the cameras perspective, the polls were hidden. His process also involved double exposures. This was an example of a matte painting, and he would claim credit for inventing this and he and applied for a patent on it, but subsequent lawsuits establishment, other filmmakers were using similar approaches and the patent office. Office ultimately denied the claim, but matte paintings would become an important part of filmmaking from that point forward one disadvantage to these early foam effects was they required the camera to remain stationary the whole process. You couldn't move the camera at all or else. You're shots wouldn't lineup so you wind the camera to remain in one place through all of these different exposures? Another problem was that no action could cross the Matt Line because we get cut off as it moved beyond that. At least from the audience's perspective line now's move on up to nineteen eighteen when a guy named Frank Williams created the Williams process which. Honestly seems pretty convenient to me. The Williams process allowed for more movement involved shooting actors against a solid background, such as a black or blue curtain on very high contrast film, the process sometimes required multiple transfers onto new film. Until you arrived at a black silhouette against a pure white background, the negative image of what you're shooting before and this was called a holdout. Matt the way these transfers typically would work that you put one strip of shot developed film into a camera. So you've already shot on it, but you're putting it through the camera again. And you would put a second strip of film that is uncharted unprocessed. No, no lights hit it in. Put it right up against the first developed piece of film. You would shine light through the camera, and you would let it just run in this way you would transferred the images from one step to the other and This was called by packing because you're putting two different pieces of film through the camera to. To achieve this process, and you could also do this, not just with developed film. Where you're making copies, you could do it with negatives. You could do it in a way to increase contrast from copy to copy until you were able to create a holdout. Matt reverse printing the hold out. Matt creates a White Silhouette on a black background or a cover matt. So now you've got a hold out Matt and a cover Matt. The footage of previously shot background. Let's say it's a foreboding forest, so you've shot your actors in a sound stage, but you want the background to be this really scary looking for us and by pack film and camera with the background footage that you had shot and the Black Silhouette hold out matt of the actors footage that you shot then you would transfer this combination to a third piece of unexposed film by again shining a light through those other to pieces, and because the background on the Holdout Matte is white? The light passes through it easily, and it hits the previously shot background image that comes through and gets copied onto the blank film. The Silhouette of your actors is black. That prevents light from passing through, so the previously blank third piece fell. Now has a background image and this dark silhouette of actors moving through the frame. Then, you have to take that piece of film that has this Black Silhouette, and you have to bypass it with the original footage of the actor, not the silhouette, but the actual actor footage, and now the real actor is on top of the silhouette appears to actually be in front of whatever the background images in our case, the foreboding forest because this type of Matt moves from frame to frame. It's called a traveling Matt, and if you remember fragile rock, you might remember. Traveling at is the name of go-goes uncle. Go by the way is another stage enlightening term it stands for a template or Stencil that controls the shape of a lamps emitted light. So some of the FRY goals had a fun. Industry names Gogo and traveling that. When we come back, we will continue down the history of how Chroma key came about,.

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"frank williams" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"frank williams" Discussed on Con Artists

"An air of confidence. He noted warmly to the other pilots and stewardesses as he passed and strolled through security with a brief flash of his security badge. He was a well known figure. In the terminal greeted warmly. By all the flight personnel he encountered Williams approached the desk of Eastern Airlines and requested a flight to Miami. This wasn't unusual. It was a common courtesy for airlines to offer free tickets to all pilots regardless of what company they worked for after a quick look at his Pan. Am ID card and his certified pilot's license. He was quickly. I should aboard the next available flight. Frank settled into the jump seat located next to the cockpit where the rest of the crew was seated. He engaged in friendly onto the stewardesses and the pilots aboard while the final checks were prepared. Then the captain picked up his head piece and radio the Federal Aviation Administration for FAA tower. Franks heart froze as he overheard. The pilot explained that they had a Pan Am pilots on board with them. The captain listened for a moment then nodded at Frank. They had the all clear. Frank that out a deep breath as the plane race down the runway and lifted off if the FAA tower had requested more information about the unexpected guest on a flight. They might have discovered that the twenty six year old Frank Williams didn't exist. The man sitting on their plane was frank. William abergnail junior a sixteen year old runaway with nothing more than a fake. Id Card and a stolen pilot's uniform. The newest flyer wasn't just a criminal. He was one of America's most notorious con artists..

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"frank williams" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"frank williams" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"No matter what that's messianic. Right. And you know, when you think about the personality types, right? I mean process as far as I can answer teen a practical, man. I mean is the reason why his nickname was the professor like his goal was to win as much as I can it still probabilistic and we play I want victory. I want. I want the fame and fortune that comes along with it and forgot I want to survive it right because there's a whole bunch of things to do afterwards. And you know, that mentality running up against a messianic meaning to like everything right to every qualify in every practice session. Every. Let alone every race. They were so different that I think it was almost impossible that they weren't going to clash in ways that became deeply personal. But when you take them out of that crucible, right that these were people that ultimately, I think had deep respect for the differences in them. I mean, I think in ways maybe one might say prosecutive used a little bit of Senate and Seneca useful of prostate. But they were oil and water. They wouldn't make you know, Frank Williams from the day. He I saw Senna always wanted him on his team. And the reason it took until nineteen ninety four was because PROST was there and PROST had a clause in his contract that said I will never be on the same team as Senate. Yeah. So he had to wait for pros to retire to leave McLaren by which Frank Williams me my understanding. And from what I've read is. You know that that Frank Williams loved pitting people against one another right? I mean how did? I think the most exciting person I ever watched drive. I do think is Nigel Mansell. And you look at Manson was considered kind of second rate. Right. He was you know at a time there were ones and twos. You know, he was the to Andretti. And I think he was a too. To PK fit of Paul into as well when Frank Williams had him as the two PK that was because we'll PK was the acknowledge number one. But it wasn't mantle was saying. Oh god. No, right. And Williams wasn't the kind to say, look you. Over to write us, a kind of your starting number two. But you want to be number one, you know, improve it and part of peak as kind of denigration, I think, you know, his haughty condescension to Mansell is part of infuriated him, you know. And and I think made him really among the greatest of the greats. I mean, you watch I believe it's Mexico City watch Mansell pass burger on the outside like mass with things with impossible aggression. And I think Senator said at one point that they asked him I could do you worry when you see someone in your river. Mariners person you worried about was Manso because he's content to go over. You can't go around you. I mean, that's a powerful statement coming from Santa and part of what did that was? I think the infuriating of being the number two to a condescending number one wanting to trounce him. That's why that era. I mean my God. Like, it's just unbelievable to me to go back, and I get honesty. It sounds awful say this. But but I much prefer. Enjoying enjoy watching races from that area. Then even watching races today, which isn't decide on enjoy racist today. And I think this year with Mercedes and Ferrari both being so close it's actually quite exciting again at for. I think Formula one is had a few years of really uninteresting racing because so much of as you said so much mechanical so much of it is in the car now in less of it's in the driver, but you know, back then you really got to see the difference. Yeah. I think that that was an era when the force of personality, he think about the difference in personalities of Senate, prostate and Mansell I but whether the other ever stronger personalities on the face of the planet and the force of personality could lead to seemingly impossible things. And from my perspective that was incredibly exciting to watch. What what is the limit of human potential in this arena, where human potential in terms of physical? Kamina cognitive ability reflexes, the kind of things that that we most respect in people in terms of being able to do incredible things..

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"frank williams" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"He has this belief, this belief that he has some God given right to win every race, no matter what that's messianic right. And you know, think about the personality types, right? I mean process as far as I can answer teen a practical man, I mean, is a reason why nickname was the professor ninety like his goal was gonna win as much as I can. It stoke probabilistic and we play. Yeah, I want victory. I want. I want the fame and fortune that comes along with it and forget I want to survive it right because there's a whole bunch of things to do afterwards and you know that mentality running up against a messianic meaning to like everything right every qualify in every practice session. Every. Let alone every race. They were so different that I think it was almost impossible that they weren't going to clash in ways that became deeply personal. But when you take them out of that crucible right that these were people that ultimately, I think had deep respect for the differences in them. I mean, I think in ways maybe one might say, prosecutive used a little bit of Senate and Seneca useful across here, but they were oil and water. They wouldn't make, you know, Frank Williams from the day. He, I saw Senna always wanted him on his team, and the reason it took until nineteen ninety four was because PROST was there and pros had a clause in his contract that said, I will never be on the same team as Senate. Yeah. So he had to wait for pros to retire to leave McLaren by which Frank Williams me. My understanding and from what I've read is, you know that that Frank Williams loved pitting people against one another, right? I mean, how did. I think the most exciting person I ever watched drive. I do think is Nigel Mansell and you look at mantle was considered kind of second rate, right? He was, you know, at a time there were ones and twos. You know he was the to Andretti and I think he was too. To PK fit Paul to as well when Frank Williams had him as the two PK. That was because we'll PK was the acknowledge number one, but it wasn't mantle was saying, oh, God, no, right. And Williams wasn't the kind to say, look you over to, right? Here's a kind of your starting number two, but you want to be number one, you know improve it. And part of, you know, PK's kinda denigration. I think you know his haughty condescension to Mansell is part of infuriated him, you know, and and I think made him really among the greatest of the greats. I mean, you watch, I believe it's Mexico City. You watch Mansell pass burger on the outside, like Mansell things with impossible aggression. And I think Santa said at one point that they asked him, I could do you worry when you see someone in your river marinades person you worried about was Manso because he's content to go over. You can't go around you. I mean, that's powerful statement coming from Santa Anna. And part of what did that was. I think the infuriated of being the number two to a condescending number one wanting to trounce him. That's why that era. I mean my God, like it's just unbelievable to me to go back and I get honesty. It sounds awful say this, but but I much prefer enjoying enjoy watching races from that area. Then even watching races today, which isn't to say, enjoy races today. And I think this year with Mercedes and Ferrari, both being so close, it's actually quite exciting again at for. I think Formula one is had a few years of really uninteresting racing because so much of as you said, so much mechanical. So much of it is in the car now in less of its in the driver. But you know, back then you really got to see the difference. Yeah. I think that that was an era land the force of personality. He think about the difference in personalities of Senate prostate and Mansell, but whether the other ever stronger personalities on the face of the. Planet and the force of personality could lead to seemingly impossible things. And from my perspective, that was incredibly exciting to watch. I mean, what?.

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"frank williams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Name is Frank William abergnail While the film was highly. Entertaining sometimes it's best just to. Get the story straight from the source especially when it's a story is convoluted as the, one you're about to hear Frank abergnail, spoke to Google really happened in his, transformation from one of the world's most notorious conman to an international cybersecurity superstar in film imprint takeaways that he shares are the real deal I was raised just north of New York City in Westchester county New York. I was actually one of four children. In the family the so-called middle. Child of the four I was educated there by the Christian. Brothers of Ireland in a private Catholic school called Iona, where I went to school from kindergarten to high. School something happened. In young Frank's life that would shake him to the core his parents were getting a divorce I remember being in. The tenth grade when the father, walked in the classroom when afternoon nasty brother to excuse me from. Class when I came out in the hallway the father handed me my books and told me that, one of the brothers would drive me to the. County seat and why planes new New York where I would meet my parents and they would explain. What was going on I remember. The brother dropped me at the steps of a big stone building and told me to, go on up two steps in my, parents would be waiting for me in, the lobby I remember climbing the steps seeing a sign on the building that said family court but I really didn't understand what that meant Arrived in the lobby. My parents were. Not there but I. Was into the back of an immense courtroom where my parents were staying before judge I couldn't hear what the judge was saying, or my parents response but eventually the judge saw me at the back of. The room and motion, me to approach the bench so I walked up to stand in between my parents I. Remember distinctly that the judge never looked at, me he never. Acknowledged I was standing there he's simply red from his papers and said that my parents were getting a. Divorce and because I was sixteen years of age I. Would need to tell the court which parent I chose to live with I. Started to cry so I turned and ran out of the courtroom judge call for a ten minute recess but by the. Time my parents got outside I was gone my mother never saw me again for about seven years until I was young adult contrary to the movie my father never saw me wherever spoke. To me again so Frank, did what many young men would do faced with such, a situation he ran in the mid nineteen Sixties running, away it was very popular, thing for young people a lot of them got caught up in Haight. Ashbury the hippie scene that, drugs seem instead I took a few belongs in my home pack them in a bag. Or. Did what was in the New Haven and Hartford railroad for the, short.

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"frank williams" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on Fore Play

"Yeah well i was not at the final group so it was a couple of groups that for me still and so when you're in that position you come to the seventy second hole and no matter what you do you don't know for sure if it's going to be enough or if you're short you just don't know so all you can do is your best and i had it was playing really tough and i had bogeyed about two holes in the last five and i'd also birdied about two holes in the last five so i was back and forth you know with conditions and just playing golf it happens and i i had a good birdie look on eighteen he was playing down win but it was also playing really tough because it's hard to control how far the ball rolls and into the green there because you gotta let it way short of the green outs on hard to predict so i worked really hard on my putting in and completely renovated everything about my putting routine and my i i've been using the long putter up until about two months before that and as part of the overhaul i digital federal way back to the short putter completely changed everything and i do remember i'll never forget it actually on the seventy second hole had that birdie putt and i got to the ball and i kind of backed away it was a flat putt but because of the wind blows so hard it was about a six inches left to right break and it was easy read actually i mean it was not a tricky read it all but i got to the ball in back the way to call my caddie frank williams and at the time because told me for fourteen years and he kind of wandered over there and he got near me and i said you he probably gonna ask him for a second look on the reed said you remember that that routine of been working so hard on he goes yeah.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Big guys are we'll see where the underdog nova could be streaky as everyone knows when it's a guard play type of thing it can be streaky i have kansas winning the entire thing so you're a smart man as my only hope because everything else is the disasters i'm sure your brackets are similarity entire entire left side of my bracket is is dead and it has been since like the second second day games yeah you know all i can say is my family we're all rock chalk jayhawk fans die hard and we're just super excited we're thrilled they've made it this far and but villanova is gonna be a tough out they got to national player of the year finalists brunson brunson right isn't as yeah he's like one of those guys i don't know if you remember back in the day i'm forgetting his name he was on minnesota he played for sacramento for a long time bobby bobby know so bobby jackson think his name was i'm forgetting he was like fifty he looked like he was fifty when he was a freshman in college this brunson guy plays like old man skills here reminds me of frank whatever his name was from you of is wall frank williams hey dude who like in the throwback machine i'm a i'm a nineties hoops guy guests but like these dudes he he he plays ben's skills with makes you think there's a good chance that they can win because he plays smart but kansas has just loaded i think the new year's are loaded there's a lot of guys on k you that can step up in your need a couple of guys to really have a great game my biggest fears azabu key the big tall center out of it mentally yeah he just doesn't have the footwork to satisfy trouble not the air bowl free throws stones are not helping either but maliki dropping three small the court so you know so for it so we'll see what happens.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WDRC

"The pair the two two yeon ryu the man the the though will you drc mark a mob misled brunei guy no astle monarch all the death guy la la we shall hatsaw wa the tall do love federal way take this i got in foul mapo goal hossain aldaba'a girls says they're back on meet that get what he did not own thus mr this three am the sad no i got some known as the jazz gon na was shot and some long the trial june nah another another ballot so they had a certain starter will join us by instead of being mobbed the liberalism she had us dangerous them this throughout frank williams said he misled not long i have alone dortha joke god la la wears so i have some shared the tower ju a day another way i got nobody mad about that moment his swearing in two jigs online that oh yes elizabeth went on his on all of valor bring gwen we'd all now blair battle by linnea have mr mumbo jumbo on the goal is how here rents no either of gaza just guy very la la wayside saw that's how do i now grab hottest magna mobs no i got some money recall that this guy nah over the years here on the big d we've done a lot of great contest and we sometimes liked the started off the year right with money you'll hear what i'm talking about up next after the four seasons the big d has been and then they i heard uh two good.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WWL

"The lake at a lotta people saw that in he had a couple of people witnesses jumping trying to get that driver and the passenger out of the car they were able to do that takes rescue both the passenger and the driver both of those men were taken to the hospital and one of them died at the hospital one of them though is expected to make a full recovery and survive but then one of those good samaritans is missing so we talk to the family of the good samaritan his name is frank williams accordion family members they say that he's just an incredible guy and they were not surprised that he was the one to jump into the lake frank williams recalled off due to foul weather they're going to resume about haunt a daiwa today other chop stories today why embassy move reuss causing an international uproar cbs news update president trump is attracting attention around the world ahead of today's expec that announcement on a plan to move the us embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem the bbc's your london alleys in the holy city hans delivering on a campaign pledge that he made to move the embassy and to give this recognition to jerusalem israelis we'll see that us correcting an historic injustice but the palestinian president mahmoud a bus when he spoke to mr trump overnight he told him this could have dangerous consequences as did other arab leaders former ambassador to israel daniel kurtzer to recruit couldn't report during a preparing it for everybody uh the friend and and the foa like least warning president trump's announcement clyde caused violent protests the pope is making a call to maintain the status quo to avoid further conflict cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez louisiana's secretary of state tom shutler says they are walking at replacing the voting machines shutler shas tampering with the current machines is remote he says a new system would further decrease the chances of any tampering he's a waiting for approval from the division of administration if approved the new touchscreen system would provide better confirmation for voters produce after you vote on the screen aircrew paper ballot have which showed oh you exactly how you vote and he thinks would just be a better system all the way around a new study shows a spike in teenage suicides after they lost their electronic devices such as phones tablets or computers and that happened shortly before they.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WWL

"The area today with temperatures only expected to be in the 40s channel four meteorologist dave nussbaum and that big cold front is continuing to move across the state bringing the coldest weather of the season so far state climatologist berry kind says we can expect to see clouds and lingering rain right through tomorrow butter break out the sweaters and winter coat slow temperatures this morning are in the 40s across the state and high temperatures this afternoon or only gonna reach into the 50s and the temperature they're gonna kinda continue to fall over the next few days and he says like friday there could be even a little sleet possibly a flurry on the doors to your as we bundled off today in this chilly weather wwl's jim hanzo checked in was some folks to find out if this cold blast is to their liking it's a bitter cold day today do you prefer it hot or cold hal adding are they day i take it you like the beach love it like eighty five is good this is so not gonna be you for the next now i'm going to be miserable hot weather or cold weather cola that's on the dea ducks hunnam what are you prefer hot weather or cold cold yes i love it it's christmas season in kenner jim hanzo wwl first news our cars sales in the wake and a good samaritan is still missing after saving at least one white in the incident wwltv's katie steiner is more from the scenes human left the restaurant here the blue crowd they got in the car let's of driving backwards they drove forward into likes to that car was submerged in a lake the people saw what happened and then couple of people did john ben they were able to get both the passenger and the driver out both those people were taken to the hospital where one of the passengers or the drivers died the other one is expected to be okay but then ask for that good samaritan he is missing and we talk to the his family last night they tell us that his name is frank williams and they were not surprised that he was the.

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"frank williams" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"A of brand in germany and austria nearly rather than megawatt of brandy in that part of the world for shire's american would discuss a lot of fun and then we might even get our friends the dress slurs frank williams i know you know them yeah that's that's speedo franks mosley's lessening hey speedo ulis uh mav uh december 31st do a live broadcast from your place let's see how that goes at because above about the all those show so you got a lot of we tried your moscow mules list a high man a mango is yeah phenomenon we were into moscow mules before we try that with your product and it literally spoiled us because we've gone to restaurant join us the straight moscow mules legal yeah this is not the same good and that's because vodka is kucan odorless catholic i know what people drink vodka i've had numerous clamped you my wife there but it doesn't he's like anything no it tastes like everything you put into it having a bureau like a mango ginger black couple of corn kooks cold wired and and and and and death schuessel rages make any cocteau you make even better his another right on the money his another thought for you we we make are our cocktail pbj and it is uh two pilots are battling no epa all that one part one part nut liquor which is a nut confused vodka and chew parts are are raspberry chambord shambaugh work and you do that and you get it the right the right way it tastes just like a peanut butter joey sandwich it is phenomenal i bet that were houston's will oversee cucumber can you hear girl enough of those in you decide you're going to town having a hard time finding that liquor anymore but you could do a nut blamed for you can make your own through we have a a neutral brandy it's the still from james berry vineyard down here granada and to retain although goal we howitzers house yours in style with with peanuts and just let him soak for a couple of days you i would you commit cooler than pain of like a book dashiell how would you like.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Now these story today was the was the recommendation that the state get rid of rhode island's state district court judge rafael ovallis on a whole host of infractions forty one different occasions they found judicial panel had been looking into him they found forty one different infractions people said he's nasty to them he makes mistakes he's all over the place how did this guy ever get to be a judge to begin with well let's as somebody who knows about these things former rhode island chief supreme court justice frank williams is on the line good morning to money judge hi jean good to be with you again judge i know that you are concerned that the judiciary doesn't look very good yes i am this is a really a sad day for uh a judge to be found in violation of over thirty um charges and specifications and that a recommendation for removal to wasser plane caught it is a recommendation the supreme court has the final say you expect it the follow follow suit the stopservice say they're going to go along with this recommendation will be hard it would be difficult to deny the hard work with this panel that that sat and listen to testimony for almost a year yep and i n gave up caro two hundred forty four page recommendation and report uh and they it's it's with at least it was open to the public there's transparency here the report is public public hearings uh were were open you you went to at least one of them i know i did and um i think i think the public should know that it's their interest that the panel and that they can in no cue to show ethics requires that that things be followed for the benefit and i just want to give it give me a second to read the the next to lash paragraph before the recommendation which i think tells it all as to what the purpose of this whole exercise is go ahead the integrity of the rhode island judicial system is paramount criminal defendants victims witnesses mrs civil litigants the state an attorney should not be left to question whether they receive fair treatment at the.

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"frank williams" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Which is about the ups and downs of the british formula one team of the same name which centres around so frank williams he's been quadriplegic since a road accident in 1980 six uh dan german gave this three stalls and cold it wait for it and affectionate but unflinching portrayal of a family consumed by its dedication to formula one smell your us with your eyes has done jaylen yes so they're good and uh you ema just wonderful but you you can make anyone's review sounds chief has he gave more this is everything that happens in the office equipment so chris around you see what you're writing and reading that police on ruin ruined everything sheffield dreams revis more chris move anyone else or yellow it it's it doesn't like him he did with his word i know he doesn't now there it's pretty funny uh but yes moody is out this week this is icing wolf is a film we stopped ethan hawke einstein sally hawk ins thinking what it in men who is also in valeri in as a space pimp is he'll joe joe i hit him joe this by jimmy winner newbie who who keenan's cry boys guy on the space pimps ties in a true lifestyle of thrifty artist moody dally who'd this with a disapproving onto him life has collision in the 1930s ace pimp what did you say aspects that isn't what we've just established advice samory he's in moldy therefore does he see what a bit vacant uh this is we have this forestalls do you have anything to add on moldy fail.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"He loved me he saved my life he saved other lives by making that call and when he saw him she we saw i'm coming out of the woods the victim called nine one one and she credits the police response with saving her life that probably she believes after he after he killed her husband he probably would have gone after her how could he ever be allowed to live among us again how can we ever be expected to regulate his own medication who would be is less land and victim i would not want this to happen buddy else it's a sickening case but those questions she asks how could we allow him to live among us even in the secure facility are fair question geno will put them to chief justice frank williams they retired the chief justice of the rand supreme court he'll join a little later in the program the talk about the insanity defense the rarity the rarity other and the even more rare circumstance at it succeeds but it succeeded in a judge only trial yesterday different between judge only trials and juries don't you think then certainly us yet a wonder if a jury would have bought the insanity defense just because the emotions may have played absolutely on on a on a on nonlawyer on on the untrained legal mind what would it would a jury of his peers have decided but the defense attorneys of smart their calculated and they say let's just go with the judge let's go with the judge who knows the lauper f little better than the average person a let's see see what he thinks so the insanity defense prevailed but willisch uh we'll ask a justice williams about all this when he comes.

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"frank williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"frank williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A law that protects the privacy of our children in a public schools the special session will start later this month but strauss's speaking out against the bathroom bill now alan scaia dallas of former guantanamo bay prisoner who pleaded guilty to killing an american soldier in afghanistan when he was fifteen is getting millions of dollars from the canadian government i'll marca dyer was born in canada captured by us troops following a firefight at a suspected alqaeda compound where us army sergeant chris spear died could dr was charged with throwing the grenade that killed spear canada's supreme court has ruled that officials who interrogated could dr at the time used oppressive methods the government is planning to also apologized to qatar and give him eight million us dollars and actress in comedian who gained fame with impersonations of celebrities on youtube has died utter stevie tv stevie ryan gave fame on youtube with impersonations of celebrities including kim kardashian ab white house adjusted beaver you fine girl she also had a sketch comedy show on vh one and cohosted a relationship talk show with brody jenner her debts been ruled an apparent suicide by the los angeles county coroner's office her fans are morning some say there were signs this one i i know i literally go crazy i on antidepressants than just try to keep it together because your will to learn to you've gone a spokesman says she died at her home in los angeles she was thirty three i'm scott carr president abraham lincoln and the civil war a huge collection of memorabilia is headed to mississippi state university courtesy of some new englanders former rhode island supreme court chief justice frank williams and his wife fridge jinya the couple decided years ago they wanted to find a good home for their seventeen thousand items and twelve thousand books and pamphlets someplace not already rich in lincoln memorabilia so they decided on mississippi state frank williams incidentally was president of the abraham lincoln association for nearly a decade if you're hoping to grow your business here's a little tale of what not to do during an alcoholfuelled night out back in 2013 british entrepreneur mike ashley told his then colleague.

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