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"frankie" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"They're just becoming like old lady inventors, which is just the coolest thing I've ever seen. Yes, there's multiple things that Frankie, especially tries to come up with. There's like the yam lube and then the vibrators for older people who have arthritis or have trouble gripping. And that whole plot line I loved that. I have another clip I want to play. We're Frankie is talking about how to market the vibrators that she's she wants to create. And I think also, this is the type of humor that you get on this show that I really just love in this back and forth between Frankie and grace. Vibrators aren't like donuts. People don't bring a dozen into work. Because masturbation in the office isn't socially acceptable. Yet. It's my gosh. Great. I love that. It occurs to me too. How much of that intersects with just like disability needs because they're aging and their bodies are failing them and they can't do what they used to be able to do and they are figuring out in a very practical way how to solve those problems. I just find it so inspirational almost that they're not like, oh, whatever in my life sucks. I mean, and the granted, as you said, a lot of that is that they are very, very rich. And so, and they have a lot of free time. Right, exactly. They have they have the ability to just kick around, being like, let's just make things now and to have investor meetings. And I can't think of another set of older women who could just be like, Harold, all of the different meetings that we have lined up for are like brand new invention. But I still really appreciate how much they are focused on their lives are not over. Absolutely. One of my favorite episodes is the party, which is from a previous season, grace and Frankie, one of their very close friends, her cancer has returned and she's basically doesn't have much time to go. And she's like, I don't want to go through chemo again. I was told it's not going to work. So I want to die on my own terms. In this episode deals with assisted suicide and the friend wants Frankie to help her and throw a party for her. She doesn't tell anyone else except for grace and Frankie in like one other person that this is what she's going to do after the party. And then Frankie helps her and grace struggles with it because she's like, this is not what I believe in. The way that Frankie is more willing or more understanding at first and grace is not seeing that sort of the way that it deals with that and deals with the different perspectives on assisted suicide. I just thought it was a really beautiful episode and if there is any episode of grace and Frankie, you should watch, I'd maybe suggest starting with that..
"frankie" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"They become each other's primary relationship. And the people around whom the other orbits essentially and I think that comes out really strongly in this final season where as grace is dealing with some of the fallout from her marriage, she has to kind of come to terms with the fact that she doesn't want to do anything that takes her away from Frankie. And that maintaining the dynamic that she has with her best friend is more important to her than finding romantic love because she has this really meaningful platonic love, but it's also just delightful to see an enemies to lovers romance, but friends. And a lot of the joy of the show is really watching how different they are, their whole perspective on life is entirely opposite. But they find ways to fit each other into that life. We go from grace being, you know, eternally irritated by Frankie's like flightiness to essentially just like figuring out how to work around it and accommodate it. And it becomes something that she now needs and feels like she has lost if it's no longer present. When the show first started in 2015, she just did not want to be around this woman and now she's the only person that she can imagine spending the rest of her life with. Yeah. I actually want to play a clip of a moment that really stood out to me from this season. So as I've already mentioned, Frankie thinks she's going to die at some point within like three months. So she's like planning all these elaborate things and she's trying to figure out like, okay, someone might want to murder me. And we got to figure out who it is. But I'm so likeable. And then at the end of the day, she realizes that one of her previous boyfriends, she hasn't made amends or they ended things in a not great way. And so she tries to get forgiveness from him. She gets to forgiveness, but she also is annoyed because he doesn't necessarily like her want to be friends with her at the end of this. And so this is grace and Frankie sort of talking about this. And I think there are different personalities really stand out in this moment. You are an extremely loved person. A national treasure. Yeah, sure, a national treasure. You know, but it's not so bad to be disliked. I mean, a lot of people don't like me. Or you know about that? I just really appreciate that moment. And by the end of the entire series, they really vibe with each other and know how to manage each other's feelings. Even though they still butt heads, you know that there is love for them. It's there. And it's not going to go away. One of the plots for me that really demonstrates that too is grace's panic attacks. After Frankie has become convinced that she's going to die and is fixated on that..
"frankie" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"A warning. This episode contains mention of assisted suicide. If you mashed up the odd couple in The Golden Girls and updated it for an audience reared on Nancy Meyers movies, you'd have grace and Frankie. The delightfully cheesy Netflix sitcom stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as frenemies turned codependent besties who navigate life and aging in a chicly manicured California beach house. The final episodes of the 7th and final season are out now, and perhaps more than ever, the show's attuned to the realities of senior aches and pains, as well as the importance of bonds both familial and romantic. I'm Aisha Harris and today we're talking about grace and Frankie on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining me today is film and culture critic Kate young. Welcome back Kate. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited to get into this one. Oh, yes, me too. So for those of you who may not be familiar, on grace and Frankie, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin play grace Hanson and Frankie bergstein. Grace is a straight talking business woman who loves her vodka while Frankie is a free spirited art teacher who loves her psychedelics. They begin the series as adversaries, whose husbands Robert and Saul, played by Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston, are divorced lawyers at the same firm and close friends. After Robert and Saul come out as gay and announced they're leaving grace and Frankie to marry each other, the women eventually become best friends and business partners. They live together in a beach house, the couples bought before their voices. Now, we're going to be diving into some spoilers within season 7. So if you are not fully caught up yet, go ahead, pause, and come back to us once you have caught up. Now the show has always dealt bluntly with aging, but in the final season, it's especially pronounced. In one of the zanier plot lines of this season, grace and Frank geek crossed the border into Mexico to smuggle the prescription drug Bonita for themselves and their friends. Frankie becomes obsessed with planning her own funeral after a psychic warns her her days are numbered and a health scare forces grace to confront her father's premature death and the idea of losing Frankie. Meanwhile, Saul prepares to care for Robert as Robert begins to show signs of dementia. Now the cast also includes their adult children, Brooklyn Decker, and June Diane Raphael, who play Robert and grace's daughters, Mallory and Brianna, and Ethan embry and baron Vaughn, who play Saul and grace's adopted son's coyote and bud..
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"So from the gallery, we had someone last week submit this guy Wyatt, which makes me think of Ozark. Why? Do you watch a new season, by the way? I did watch a new season. So I don't want to I have not. I have not yet. You haven't. No, I just haven't. No, not spoil it. I haven't gotten around to it yet. I love that show, but I just, there's so much TV, but I do love Ozark. I don't know why I haven't watched it yet. That's actually, I'm surprised by myself, but I'm gonna get around to it. I've ever looked in this zoom, by the way, in this shot. Just because the way the lighting is in this camera, I gotta get a new damn camera. Well, this is the world balancing itself out because on the last podcast you look spectacular. The color was great. All of the promos that we put out, I was like, man, Frankie's got a good color to his face. Now Frankie's just disappeared. We're looking at his bed now. Our rooms are just identical. That artwork on the wall is making me laugh. But what did Wyatt say as his from the gallery? Wyatt says I'm sitting here watching the masters and paying more attention. This year to the brands and styles everyone is wearing. Everything from Nike to Peter Millar and many others. As I watch, the only players that do not have sponsors on their clothes are the Nike athletes. Is there any reason for that? Does Nike not allow it? Is it extra money for guys like JT kids, DJ and others? We've talked about this a lot at length. And I think we've even mentioned it to some of the guys that were closer with on tour, just like, why some guys are walking billboards and Nike athletes are just not. I think it literally just comes down to, they pay their athletes more for those exclusive clothing deals. I think it's just as simple as that. They want it to be clean. They want to be exclusive. They don't want any other partners, and they have to make up for it. The money that would be gained by throwing on other sponsors by just paying their athletes more. It's gotta be. And I wonder what the, like, what the formula for that is. Like, all right, does the player present that to Nike? If they're working with Nike and they're like, hey, listen, I, if I were to pepper myself with sponsors, this is how much I would make, so if you want, you know, if I want to be a Nike athlete and we want to try to make this work, like it's gotta be all encompassing and I gotta make just as much as I would if I were having all these sponsors. It's gotta be something like that because it's not, it's not an accident, right? That all the Nike athletes just, it's just clean and everything looks great and it's a pattern. Everybody wants to look that way as a Nike. A Nike athlete seemingly has to look that way. So there's gotta be something worked into the deal like that. So they look as clean as they do. And if you know the answer to this simply just reach out to us and let us know, but the other side of it is like, does Nike say hey, you're gonna be a Nike athlete. You're gonna be part of the Nike athlete world. Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy. You know what I mean?.
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"Four, and then the other two are Trent Ryan and Frankie broly. And they're like, yep, and you are gonna be paired up Trent, you're with Ed Rowland, Frankie. You are with the Mario Davis. And you guys are all gonna play together. It's just the whole group, every team tease off and everybody goes, and it's this whole thing with the crowd of people following the children's hospital is out there. That's what kids me, where he's like, all right, first you guys are gonna go on the driving range. And I'm just in the, my world is spinning when he's naming boomer and Sean Payton and tomorrow Davis with the New York jet, I'm a jet fan. He's gonna be like a Hall of Famer. Ed Roland couldn't have been a nicer guy. Everything about every single person that we played with was insane. We'll get to that. But my head's spinning. I honestly apologize to the guy being like, I don't know if you thought you were getting Dave and big cat. You know, the Zürich classic thinks barstool sports is coming to their tournament and like, the sportsbook is sponsoring it and we're gonna have two of the barstool guys and the celebrity tournament. It's Trent and Frankie. To me, I'll never and I don't know if this is like a thing that I need to get better at or whatever. I'll never accept the fact that we're allowed to be in the position to be playing alongside demario Davis and fucking Chris Berman. I know. It was embarrassing to be honest. And I don't want that to sound like I'm trying to be extra humble or whatever. It's honestly a made both of us like nauseous that we're stepping up there. We're walking down this line of people from like the children's hospital where shaking hands with kids and veterans are over there. It was like the wounded warriors were also on the first tee. It's just like, I almost want to say, I'm sorry, and you know what?.
Was Frank Sinatra a Failure? 'Sinatra: The Life' Authors Tell Us
"And I have the co authors of this major new biography of Frank Sinatra. It's called Sinatra the life. Anthony summers and Robin swan. You have a quote in your book that I'll read to you from George Fraser, the legendary Boston Globe critic. He set the Frank Sinatra directly all your life you wanted to be a big man, but the wrong kind of big man, you're a sad case, Frankie, I think you're the best male vocalist that ever lived, but I also think you're a miserable failure as a human being. Was that accurate or exaggerated? It was certainly tough from the hip, you can't as a biographer. I mean, we really work at this and we work to try and get as far as one can humanly into the person and the personality and the suffering and the joys of the person that we're studying. And this was a guy who we ended up liking in spite of and that's a very big in spite of in spite of his involvement with the mob, I think you must ask her, but I think my course of Robin as a woman liked him as a person in spite of his pretty savage treatment of many of the women that he knew and the women that we interviewed and we were lucky enough to talk to now that he's gone. He's been gone almost exactly 7 years to talk to a number of the women that he knew for significant periods of his life. And almost to a woman they spoke of him in spite of the way he'd sometimes treated them. He spoke of they spoke of him with lasting affection. This is a guy who had something very, very positive and yet could be a really unpleasant person.
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"She deserves it. Just give you golf facts all. What is it $40 million you're gonna be distributing at? Just give her all of it. Is it fortune still complain about something which would be great? He had to do 40. Dude, I think the pip is 40 million. 'cause Harris English was talking about like I have no chance of winning that. It's just a lot of money. They should be doing something else with that money. Didn't max homa say, and I could have this throw on the he thinks that there should be like a pip awards. Was that max who said that? I think it was. Where it's like, they're keeping this all very secret, which is stupid and he's right. If you're gonna have this thing where you're rewarding players for making an impact on social and whatever all the qualifications are, and then not telling people, like the results, that's stupid. Like go the complete other direction and have an awards show and have people come up and give stupid speeches and like I don't know if you have to go that far, I would actually like that, but don't make it so it's under lock and key and only certain people can see it. And have like a live leaderboard. They should have a lead, they should update us on pip, who's dominating pip. That would be if they're going to do it, lean into it. Make it ridiculous. And Frankie, I know you said they can't call it that. It's almost perfect that they call that because it has stupid. It's just smart. It's genius, but it's so dumb and they got it. It sums up the ridiculousness of it perfectly. Imagine if Brooks kepka wins this fucking thing, I could see Dave getting pretty mad about that because all that hype around that match, then he gets quote unquote hurt. And now he's playing a match against Bryson DeChambeau. And we're not even getting now Dave's like fuck it. I'm not even doing the match. He said he's dead to him. If he ends up winning because of all the conversation and all of the talk around the eventual canceled match, that would be some controversy. I would love for that to actually happen. To see we'll never know. With the current system. They're not gonna announce a winner. No. Maybe they're not having awards show, but they're gonna say this guy won this year now. No. I don't think that you did. I mean, maybe the guy who wins can be like, look at this, what does they get like 10 million bucks? It's like, look at all the millions. I think the winner gets 8 million..
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"I think that we were ultimately just saying, if you hit a golf ball, you don't reach that acceleration that the golf ball is just coming down on the moon. Not me. When Bezos and Shatner, when they take those ships and they go up there, do they reach terminal velocity? There's. I believe terminal velocity can be applied overall sense. I believe terminal velocity is like when you reach a consistent speed that you can't accelerate anymore. When you apply it to escaping the gravitational pull, that is like the speed that you reach where you are now outside of the gravity or you have reached such acceleration in such I guess such velocity that you will now not get pulled back and you are essentially you have escaped and you are gone and what we are saying and what Frankie's, I think there is like if you shot a golf ball fast enough, I believe it would escape the philosophy of the moon. You might have to shoot it unbelievably fast. And what I'm saying is, I don't think you hit it just because gravity is 6 times. Less on the moon analytics even close to enough to have you just hit a drive and the golf ball just never comes down. Like 6 times isn't that crazy. On the ground. But I agree or I think that the velocity or the speed would have to be higher for something like a cruise ship than it would have to be for a golf ball. And that has to do with mass. At the end of the day, can we admit that a cruise ship in a golf ball? There is we would be able to find some difference between the two of those objects and the way that they react on the moon, regardless of what you have to do to them. They are not like the way that I was being spoken to and I know you're dumb scenario. Was that those things are the same exact thing on the moon, no matter what happens on whether you're dropping whether you're tos in the air, whether you have move them, there has to be a difference between a golf ball and a cruise ship on the moon in some aspect. Correct? But in the way that you're thinking of it right now, I still don't think that there is. Okay. So if I take a cruise ship and a golf ball and I just push them both, like acceleration. If you push them with the same force, they interact the exact same. So even though with this guy saying that because gravitational force is mass times acceleration, the accelerator, even though the acceleration is the same thing, the mass has nothing to do with this. So that equation is just wrong. The mass of a cruise ship has nothing to do. I don't know these equations. I think he does. We need to get somebody to hire no. So why am I now wrong when you don't know the equation? We can't keep going back and forth on this when we really don't know either way. We gotta get somebody else. What do you think about that point I just made? I'm laughing at the whole conversation. I think so, again, I'm jumping into this conversation late. Like, if you were gonna drop a like two objects, different weight. Like whether they're on earth or on the moon, they're gonna still fall like that gravitational pull. However, if I were to try to take a cruise ship and throw it, say I had the strength to even lift it, but actually could put the same force in my arm to that cruise ship..
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"And so for you to have 5 now is most improved in a category, I would say. Well, Frankie's Mike isn't working. He's not gonna like that. Something happened. But yeah, I think until the last scramble. Frankie went to the back 9 without making a pot. He was not existing. It feels pretty recent that Frankie was like, guys, that's the first part I've ever made in a scramble. I think that wasn't that long ago. Also, how peaceful is this, Frank, he just doesn't have a mic. Look at his face when we told him he didn't even start to try to fix it until 15 seconds in because he was so mad. He was just staring into nothingness. Also the difference what's happening like in his ears, but in the podcast room versus what's happening in his bedroom right now. It's a tornado. He's back. He's back. I mean, what a fucking nightmare this mic is. What do you think you're using something different than we use? No. So we use a little peek behind the curtains a little behind the greens of the behind the scenes of the podcast. I'm using that's just behind the scenes. All right. I used this thing called audacity, which records my my stuff locally, my audio locally, but for some reason it's like, it's stopping. It's like freezing every 30 minutes or so. So that's then like stopping my mic because my mic thinks like the recording has stopped. So I have to unplug my plug back in and then I have to fucking record these what we use is I would ask you because I have a piece. I have a PC, so I don't I'm not used to cooking. It's not yuck, dude, this thing's a fucking beast. Clearly not usually the only one that doesn't work. Well, I also haven't used it in like a week, so I think I have to restart the computer. All these things are up. All these weird websites go on. It's a lawnmower. What do you mean you have to kind of warm up? I just think I know you sometimes I give it like a nice clean reset. I've hit like I have so many audacity things open, like from all the times we do podcasts. I just think I need to reset it. It is incredible how just restarting something still just works for everything. Cleans it out. Beautiful tool. Turn it on. I feel better. This is gonna work. And then sometimes it does, and you're like, I stand by that. I used to live for like restarting a plate, the original PlayStation and waiting to see that orange diamond pop up. Like the orange diamond would pop up and then if it went away, you knew that it was going to the next scene. But sometimes it would just kind of float there forever..
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"I hit the fucking airport to go to pop punk, I'm like, by the way, this opportunity came up on Monday, and class of Frankie fashion I have to ask you guys like now while you're eating dinner. And then I started crying and then they like said yes, but it was I was like, I wish I could have done it on a golf course or something. I'm doing it while you guys are eating Mexican food at the table, so. I was like in a rush. Yeah, so whatever. Pictures regret. Thank you. Enough about me. Let's, you know, I know people like to fucking hate. But one time when you said, no, dude, this is bigger than that. No, that's. This is a huge life moment. Congrats. Yeah, all those people that are thinking that right now, they go fuck themselves they go listen. Totally. Yeah. And we've seen this whole thing through different stages and the bar so classic watching you like try to operate trying to get this thing done. You're a neurotic person. I think that's fair to say, and we were just trying to be like, something might go wrong, but you just gotta get through it. And I think you handled it as bad as well as you possibly could. Totally. I thought you were very composed. On Monday, I thought you were very composed. I agree. Dude, on Friday, whenever we be a Friday when we played in Indiana, I was in the shower and we had just played Denver that went well. And then I'm in the shower about to go to Indiana. We're getting all these pictures of like lines down the block. We're here in like 2500 people are going to go there. The owner of the bar said, it's the biggest event at Indiana University all year. I'm looking at my elbow in the shower being like, dude, I'm like one crashing away from this thing blowing. Like on the first song. I was just like, what happens if that happens? Like so much so many people are excited for us and then I'm like in the shower and I'm thinking like Monday's coming up and bro like the black in my eyes started getting closer to the middle. I was like, it was my first ever real life like diagnosed panic attack. It was a legitimate, you look on WebMD. What is a fucking stress anxiety panic attack? That was it. So that was dude, I almost passed out in the shower, which would have been bad. Really bad. I go up to Robbie Fox. I'm like, dude, I don't think I can play the show. I'm like something's wrong with me. He's like, you're fine. I was like, I don't think I am, man. It was weird. Do you feel like a weight has been lifted or is it now just whatever the next thing is is weighing down on you? Yeah, no, 'cause this is a big one. That's a really big one to get to. No, this was a big one. This was exciting. So yeah, now we're working with cross country mortgage. I don't know if we have a fucking ad read for them, but that's the next step, and then yeah, we just live our lives now. Just live your life. I love it. Congratulations. Do you have a JT? Justin Thomas came in hot money. Yeah. And your comments, Matthew wolf was in your comments. There are some big names in your account. I thought that was pretty cool. I was scrolling through. I'm like, oh shit, Frankie's got some cloud cover on this picture. There was a big picture with nuclear man. It was crazy..
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"Foreplay, for my barstool sports, we are back in its a very big show, our very own Frankie grail had a huge week one of the biggest weeks of that history of any of our lives. We often are considered just four 8s floating through the universe with no real purpose or direction or anything, and Frankie has taken the biggest adult step in the history of any of our lives and he got engaged. Congratulations to Frankie bro, the pizza maker. Thank you. Congratulations. Thank you. Congrats Frank. Awesome. Looks great. Yes. Yeah, no, it was exciting. It was, you know, I'm definitely like young. I think I surprised a lot of people, but I think I was super immature on the show and I'm probably an immature person, but this was like the most mature thing I think I finally done. I was able to actually do a real life thing, which was fun. But yeah, just exciting to start this new step and yeah. I want to shout out actually because the whole thing was unbelievable. Is that like a prepared statement there? Was that one? That one came off. No, I'm just saying, it's like exciting. No matter you're living your life like a normal like whatever, like a normal couple, whatever you're doing, then all of a sudden, it just changes. The next day is different. And you're 28, right? You're not that young. You're young, you're young, but like, I mean, I guess where I'm from, people get engaged when they're 23 and they have kids by their 25. I just think I'm young. You know what I mean? Just like your personality. Yeah, like when I'm 50, I'm gonna be a 12 year old. Like it's just always gonna be how I am. So I think I got shocked people with that. Where's that Frankie? No, I won't. But dude, we went to this vineyard and I got a shout out delvino in northport. I mean, when you talk about, we've gotten so many people that have opened their doors for us and barstool world and golf world. And it always blows our mind that people are always going above and beyond, but I mean, this place was closed on a Monday and the things that they did for us is this place is impossible to get into literally they post on their Instagram that they are packed. You have to have a reservation to go in. They hold like, I think they have like thousands of people that go a week and you can't get a reservation until after December. That's just how packed this place is. And the guy brings it the owner hears that I wanted to go there and it's closed and he calls me. He starts talking to me like he's my dad, being like, you have no plan. We gotta figure this out. Guy fucking brings in his staff, brings in his chef from Italy, Massimo who cooked octopus fucking homemade pastas, ten course meal brought out from my family her family. He hid my family, did a whole wine tour. I was able to put up all these pictures of us in one of the lanes of the vineyard so that when we walked down the vineyard, he was giving us a tour..
Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack
"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very
Chapman Homers, Montas Shuts Down White Sox as a's End Skid
"The struggling ETS ended a four game losing streak thanks to the pitching of Frankie montage as they beat the white Sox five to one montage pitched seven strong innings allowed only six hits and a run with seven strikeouts to get the win I'm sorry to go out there and the much happens to her god that in the the best I can John I give the team the best chance to win and I'm man I gotta swings been doctors for us you know and I just thought it was went out there and put a good performance Matt Chapman homered while young guns Matt Olson and Elvis Andrus ball with RBI singles the ETS are three games behind the Yankees for the second wild card spot Dallas Crichel took the loss he gave up five runs on eight hits in five and two thirds innings Riley on Oakland
Lowrie, Canha Help A’s Start Fast in 8–6 Win Over Tigers
"The A. score early and often opening the Tigers eight to six Jed Lowrie Ammar cannot got the party started with back to back homers in Oakland's four run first inning those homers along with all eight runs at the ace scored came with two outs in the inning much to the delight of Oakland starting pitcher Frankie Montas you guys are going out there putting that about not giving up instructs the Tigers went on to score the game's final six runs in the late innings all coming on three long balls of their own the athletics won for the fourth time in the last five games to pull within four and a half games of the AL west leading Astros I'm Danny cap
Yankees' Win Streak Ends at 13; Montas Leads A's to 3-2 Win
"The ace finally ended their six game losing streak as they beat the Yankees three to two Frankie Montas dominated New York pitching seven shutout innings giving up only two hits while striking out six to get the win Matt Chapman homered and this is Tony Kemp who delivered an RBI single this team doesn't give up we're always fighting and we're always move into tomorrow and you know we have a we have a good short term memory and I think that's the best part about this team is that we continue to move on to tomorrow and we're able to watch the bat the Yankees loss was their first in over two weeks since the field of dreams game in Iowa ending a thirteen game win streak Aaron judge with a two run Homer in the ninth Ryan Lee on Oakland
Solano's Pinch-Hit, 2-Run Homer Rallies Giants Past A's
"Donovan Solano's pinch hit two run Homer in the top of the eighth was the big hit and the giant come from behind to to one win over the athletics following Lamont Wade junior's ninth inning two run blast on Saturday it marked the first time in major league history that a team hit pinch hit homers in the eighth inning or later to raise a deficit and take a lead in back to back games this is giants closer Jake McGee who got the save feels like pretty much like a playoff series prints like sold out crowd everyone's into it and then have it and **** layovers back to back nights and press the win both those games huge Logan Webb pitched six innings giving up only five hits and a run striking out seven the ace Frankie Montas counter going seven innings allowing only two hits and had nine strikeouts Riley on Oakland
Thousands Without Power as Tropical Storm Henri Makes Landfall in Rhode Island
"You. You're welcome. The other emergency president Biden addressed was tropical Storm angry. It made landfall earlier today in Rhode Island very close to the Connecticut border. The storm is making its way through Connecticut, and while it has caused flooding and left thousands without power It appears to be going better than anticipated. Connecticut Public Radio's Frankie Graziano follow the storm along the Connecticut shoreline today, and he is with us now. Welcome. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. So what's been Andris impact there? So I would have to say that more than anything on Reed's been a bit of a nuisance in Connecticut, and the fact that there has been some flooding a major highway and interstate 91 in Connecticut near the Connecticut River was shut down for flooding. And some homes in eastern Connecticut have dealt with power outages, but in the aggregate, I would say in the last few days Ever source who was a major power company here said that they expected up to 69% of their customers could lose power. The actual numbers in the last hour that I've looked only around 2%. So certainly some good news there and that maybe the storm wasn't as bad as something and expected it to be. Well. That's good news. So the National Hurricane Center called for strong, gusty winds and flooding ahead of the storm. How are the roads looking now in Connecticut? Yeah, So right now, there's actually a soft rain falling in Hartford, the capital. So as I was down in southeast Connecticut on the shoreline, uh, earlier today in the afternoon, it was actually sunny and the roads were dry so Now as it's moving through Connecticut. As I mentioned, there's a soft rain. It's moving into northwest Connecticut as we speak. But earlier today again, there was a lot of concern for flooding and the roads which have been saturated by a lot of rain this summer. We're right for flooding. It just didn't appear that There was the kind of widespread flooding that they were expecting, obviously not the widespread power outages that they were
"frankie" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"Dance now as the bell rang and all of her friends ram for the door ready for their summer vacations. Frankie fat a little sad that she'd have no one to sing and dance with sure. Mom was fun but it wasn't the same. The kids on her block always played ball or out on their bikes but none of them love to sing and dance as much as she did at home that night while having dinner with her. Mom frankie asked. Can i go to dance school this summer. Wow her mum replied piling more spaghetti on her plate. I was hoping you'd be able to help me tidy up the garden ever since we moved here six months ago. I still haven't cut down those long weeds at the back but that won't take all summer it. Frankie cried oh how about singing. School will see honey. Her mom said maybe when we finished the garden. I'll think about it. Frankie side and her mother smiled at her the next day while out helping her mom. Frankie ventured deeper into her garden than she ever had before. There were lots of scruffy bushes and overgrown trees keeping her from gardens bottom. But today frankie was going to have an adventure. She picked up a long stick and swung it left to right with a swooshing sound left and right sue sh sudesh weeds and leaves flu each way as she went. Frankie kept moving forward down under the thick trees moving into the shadow. Sudesh sue wish then all of a sudden clone. What was that. It felt as if she'd hit something big and metal and frankie's is went wide. She couldn't believe what she was. Seeing there at the bottom of her garden was an old car. It was a big long car painted in bright colors red and blue and yellow. It had all the colors. It looked like a car. Her mum had shown her in a book. It was an old car from the nineteen fifties ramo car. Frankie grinned not by name a voice said. Is that frankie. Said surprised his me. Ver- call frankie said. She walked around to the front of the car. Look left and right then notice something. The front headlight winked at her. Frankie gasped as the old cars. Big chrome grille voted like lips and began to talk. Hit was the car that was speaking. Hi frankie the car said you can talk frankie exclaimed. Wow so can you set the car. I'm supposed to talk a little girl. Frankie said maybe. I talked to can't talk armored car and art care talk. I can't believe it. frankie said earn. Get us what the car said. I don't just talk. I sing down. See but before. Frankie could finish your sentence. The car burst into song. Baby boom for from baby copper. Boom for from baby boom firm. Frankie new. This song and she joined in may be carpenter from from bb carpenter som firm. Wow you can really sing. Frankie said why thank you the car replied why you hear frankie asked art. Come to sue. You said the car last night. I heard you when you were dreaming. Hugh hurt me dreaming. Frankie said yes. You reduce dreaming of singing and dancing and all the fun stuff that you like frankie side. I don't do much of that anymore. I have to help tidy up the garden all summer. This so many weeds hip will take forever. That doesn't sound like much fun. The car said. But that's why i came here. I knew you needed cheering up. Everyone should have fun and sing and dance. And if you're out here every day why not come down and visit me and we can sing and dance together. Cars can't dance. Frankie cried usa. They couldn't talk all sing by rebuff. No that's not true. frankie nodded. How could she disagree. magically. The car's door popped open by itself and the radio started to play frankie's favorite song. Why don't you hop in the car said frankie looked around. Where can we go. There's too many bushes and trees to drive everywhere. Trust me. the car smiled. There was a smell of candy coming from the car. All the candy frankie loved. Frankie jumped behind the wheel and got comfortable on the cars leather seats. Suddenly the engine pop to life and the radio started to play her favorite song. Louder baby carpenter from from baby carpenter firm firm then. The car started to move. He didn't go forwards or backwards. The car went straight up. It's started to fly. Frankie said as the car rose above her house up into the sky she could see her town the countryside. The animals over an old are hoops field. The horses and cows birds flew past all chirping as the car. And frankie sanger favorite song buckle up. The car said as frankie put on her seat belt and the car did a loop the loop. It flew upside down side to side high and low an hour later. The car flew back into frankie's garden and landed where it was parked. Originally frankie jumped out the happiest. She'd been since school broke up. Wow thanks she said calm here every day and we can sing and dance fun. The car said i will. Frankie said excitedly. Frankie her mom call here. Frankie called back. Her mom made her way to the back of the garden. Pass the tall weeds. Look what i found. Frankie said an all car. Her mom inspect the old car..
Ranging Bull: 'Barney' eludes capture days after farm escape
"An escaped bull has eluded capture for several days on Long Island New York despite all kinds of attempts to lure him including treats and a female companion the fifteen hundred pound bull escaped slaughter Tuesday Frankie Florida with strong island animal rescue says they've tried a lot of things to capture him starting with a bat and tranquilizer guns effective day we set up nice greeting how dare to attract him you know with the person down in her scent not get more third day we set up a trap I think with it you bring loaded door we put out ballot but we put all type stuff that he would like it treats the radio says the ball is around matter bill and has plenty of fresh water grass and food so likely is staying put but once captured will go to an animal sanctuary Julie Walker on Long Island
Reyes' Long Homer Highlights Indians' 3-2 Win Over a's
"The Indians won for the fourth time in five games by defeating the athletics three two in Oakland cal Quantrill picked up his second straight victory by limiting the ace to one run and four hits over five innings quattro hit consecutive batters to load the bases in the fifth before getting out of the jam to retain a two one lead obviously not ideal thrilled to I think it's just stick to the gameplan with fast once again on the next front mill race crushed a home run four hundred thirty seven feet into a luxury suite in center field at the Coliseum it was his fifteenth Homer of the season and fourth since coming off the injured list on July second Frankie Montas took the loss allowing two runs over six innings I'm the very
Strong Start by Montas Leads Athletics Over Astros 2-1
"Jed Lowrie and Matt Olson collected RBIs in the first inning and the athletics to one win over the Astros Frankie Montas fan ten while allowing five hits and a run over six and two thirds innings helping Oakland and a three game skid and avoid a three game sweep Elvis Andrus and also provided first in doubles to put the athletics ahead Olson also scored on Larry single V. A.'s altered Houston six game winning streak and don't lance McCullers his first loss in ten starts since April fourteenth the Astros now lead the AL west by four and a half games over Oakland I'm Dave very
Frankie Sharp on NYC Clubs and the All-New Q
"So welcome to the show frankie. Thanks so much. How are you happy to be here. I'm actually shocked on time. Because i was running from the venue as i always do now that i lived there every single moment of my life so here in on such. That's the hidden space. You don't talk about right. The bedroom exactly right right right. Not so hidden but joy. So you've been around the gay scene for a little while which defunct gay club had the biggest impact on you and your career path. Earn the biggest. I guess that's sort of two fold right so before i moved to new york i was big new york file so i was really obsessed with all new york. An old new york to me was the nineties and early two thousand so it was limelight. It was club kid scene than bled in suzanne. So i was really obsessed with that whole colorful. Seen as a young parakeet been In san francisco. And when i moved to new york. Finally there wasn't too many places that still had that. Essence which was a kind of multi level multicultural multi generational multi soundscape Events Other than mr black. When i moved to new york when i roommate was dj michael magnet inside was essentially his groupie for the first maybe s. Few months that. I lived here. I went to emory gate with him. I was out with him. So i suggest in the morning when i had to be at work at nine in the morning but Yeah it was. mr blogger really really changed the trajectory. What my nightlife assistance was.
Fire Truck Tour: A Soothing Story and Meditation for Kids
"Our story today is fire truck. Tour frankie the fire truck rested outside the firehouse. Sunlight sparkled on his bright red sides. Frankie hadn't been that vibrant and a while. And he was loving it. He had been polished and shine inside and out today. Frankie was going to have group of kindergartners on board for a tour. The fire truck felt honored. He wanted the kids to feel safe knowing that he was always ready to help. Frankie watched the road as car after car passed by. He hoped he would see a bus soon and then he saw it. The bright yellow bus turned into the fire station parking lot. One by one the little kindergarteners carefully step down the gigantic steps one. At a time the adults held their hands to help the little ones with this task s. All the children reached the ground. The adult settled them into a line and they waited for instructions. Frankie beeped a friendly. Hello and then. A couple of the kindergarteners began to cry. The firetruck felt surprised. He thought that all kids love to see a fire truck. Then frankie noticed quite a few of them were holding their years in his excitement. The fire truck had forgotten how loud he could be. He decided that he would try to be as quiet as frankie watched kindergarteners and saw that some were jumping up and down feeling excited to see him. Some of the kids were smiling. Feeling happy and content. Some of the kids stepped up on their tippy toes and peaked around the people in front of them. They tried to see as much of the fire truck as they could. And still be in line. These kindergartners were definitely a curious bunch.
Activists Demand Answers After Nooses Found At Amazon Construction Site
"Month ago, nooses began appearing at an Amazon warehouse construction site in Connecticut. Police now say that only two of the eight ropes found by the sites workers were actual nooses as that investigation continues. Social justice advocates are trying to work with Amazon and the buildings contractor to make sure workers there feel safe. Connecticut Public Radio's Frankie Graziano has more Windsor, Connecticut Police chief Donald Melanson told NPR this morning only two of eight ropes reported on the site are being investigated his nooses that's news to Scott X S. Dale of the ACP, who's been talking to the contractor. We've been dealing with this situation close to six weeks now, everything that they've told us that the ropes that they've seen Would be considered a noose for as Dale. It's more confusion on top of an already confusing situation. He's just trying to make sure workers are okay. The most important thing is the individuals that On the site that are scared, and they shouldn't be scared. They should be able to give a hard day's work and get home safe to their families. The noose is a symbol of hate, and it stresses Corin Prescott out. She led a protest at the site last week. Many of our brothers and sisters hunger From nooses like the ones they were left here at Amazon to protesters chained themselves to a gate. Cornell Lewis was one of them. Okay, change of this fence. We want to know what is Amazon going stupid? Brad Griggs as a leader on Amazon's economic development team, which moved to secure the site after 1/7 news was reported. We did so after really pushing our developers and the general contractor to take control of this situation, Greg says. Amazon ordered the shutdown, even though it hasn't yet taken over the site. While we believe things were being managed appropriately. You know, looking back, we could have stepped in to assess the situation and understand what steps were being taken maybe a little bit earlier. Greg says Amazon's reevaluating its partnership with companies currently managing the site, the developer and the contractor. Scannell
Palace Pier Wins Lockinge Stakes
"So we'll start with the ashikaga lockinge stakes. The running order has kind of at the window but not entirely palace pier super canes compound spear a really wants to take them on. It's nothing against the worst. I just thought. I don't really want to be backing an odds-on shot for the luggage. That look to the side by. Frankie dettori will live long in my memory. My god kate as cheeky. Frankie dettori his been in the past. You haven't even hit the two furlong pole yet and you're looking around for though play fernandez and you go. Oh you're in trouble by. It was just brilliant was to do that to have that luxury in route. One is quite ridiculous today that especially molest favorable possibly trump as well as it proved to be the case. Newberry past he really just easier Without a seat. Many guessing. Tim this season of remote elastic really testing conditions. Again towards the back end of the season then you'd have to fund sea smokes basilica against seven water cash that would be provided vacate that whole saas model But that remains to be seen admiral touch on him. It fits but in times of this win. How good policy was it was just interesting. That he didn't get away quickly from sues. We know he's a laid back character. And that may be being powered when exiting the sues. But then eventually sex within into stripes with rare being tracked the hallway by local fernandez. Frankie switched him as a sage was less favorable. Possibly track but of any hazardous For him to get his challenge. I'm ready to get rolling. Because he still does need shakeup they slots but the further. He goes better. He gets an as say when. Frankie was looking for ryan more than it was just quite something
Laureano Stays Hot, Homers Again as A's Top Blue Jays 5-4
"Ramon Laureano hit the go ahead two run Homer in the fifth to lift the ace to a five to three win against the blue jays the blast was measured by stat cast at four hundred thirty two feet to the bleachers in left center field Stephen Piscotty also with a two run Homer and Jed Lowrie with an RBI double Frankie Montas pitched the first six innings giving up seven hits and three runs to pick up the win for the blue jays Stephen mass went five innings allowed seven hits and five runs taking the loss Riley on Oakland
Phillips' Homer Helps Rays Cool off Athletics 4-3
"The Tampa Bay rays slumping offense came to life by pounding out ten hits in route to a four three victory over the Oakland A.'s World Series hero Brett Phillips delivered the big blow a two run Homer in the sixth inning that gave the raiders the lead they would not surrender Sean Murphy second Homer in two days led off the ninth inning for Oakland the rays closer Diego Castillo shut down the gays from there for his fifth save Jeffrey springs got the win while Frankie Montas took the loss the rays are now twelve and twelve all the eighties drop to fifteen and nine I'm Tom Aikens
Laureano's 2-run shot gives Athletics 7-3 win over Astros
"Frankie Montas earned his first win of the season by allowing one run over six innings as the Oakland Athletics beat the Houston Astros seven to three mantas allowed six hits while striking out five the only blemish on his line was a Kyle Tucker home run on his final pitch of the day Mota says his fastball was key to his success the second time start using more breaking pitches also so that makes all the conspirators promote Laurie on a finished three for four and smacked a two run Homer for the eighth Gen Lowry added a pair of hits and an RBI Jose Altuve they collected two hits and an RBI for the Astros Michael Brantley added an RBI triple Adam splaine Houston
"frankie" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"On. That's the unmistakable sound of ice in a roadie cup. Could you imagine inventing the roadie cup? Oh, Jesus Christ. When you watch it, try not to look at tucci's tight pants, what you're obviously hiding a hammer behind the zipper. I'm not kidding. This guy wants everyone to know he's hung, okay? And I know he's home because I saw his cock and I'll tell you how. Well, I'll tell you who else knows. 80 falcon knows, okay? Carmela soprano, as well as, you know, well, she's also a nurse Jackie. So I should just call it. But she's really carmella. Either way, she and Stanley Tucci start in a Broadway play called Frankie and Johnny of the Clair de lune. In 2002, at the time, tucci's married had two kids, but every night he and Edie Falco were performed this play nude fully nude. No nylon stockings, no cock socks. No merchants nude. So it was the hottest ticket in town because you just knew these two are fucking come on. Family are not. Married or not, this is too hot. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. I happened to also know that falco had a crush on Stanley Tucci going back to college. The year she began to go to Sunni purchase, which is an upstate college upstate New York college. That's the two she'd already graduated. So he was like four years ahead of her. Or maybe two, but he was advanced in his schooling. What have you? And once he left college, he was getting steady work on stage in New York. So there were posters of Stanley Tucci all over SUNY purchase as if the show looked. This local kid made good. And for actresses and training, like 80 falconer girlfriends, they all looked up to his picturesque, we can make it too. And they all had a crush on. Fast forward to 2002, she's in bed with him on stage, fully nude, and they got it on. And she liked to say, you know, oh, I trust Stanley implicitly. He's in love with his wife. He's got a family, so it's not as weird as you might think it is, except it was. And at some point, things shifted. Things popped up. Falcon two, she began attending some events together and it seemed obvious that tucci had left his wife of 7 years whose name was Kate. And these two two G and falco had a torrid affair for two years. He left his wife, then they ended it and he went back to his wife and she took him back in. And that his wife died a few years later. The same year he was nominated for an Oscar. And I always wonder, they say that that kind of stress, you know, down the line can lead to cancer..
"frankie" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"And get your back up chicago or new york or wherever you came from and actually las vegas. Pd did that a while. That modern types head. And you can't do that stuff anymore. By the time i came on. You can't play those games. The sixties fifties. You definitely affect what this story about this kind of overview camera who were some of the fighters these guys were involved with. They had some main fighters right nicely. Well-placed fighters a lot a lot of people. The probably the best known is is anybody who's seen the movie raging bull jake lamotta character. That was Blinky palermo really stage. That the lamont. Billy fox fight. It's portrayed in that movie they later on would get involved with sonny liston. I think a lot of people are familiar with with sunny listens grew. They had him for pretty much his entire heavyweight fight. But i think what you really see is around. The nineteen forties is when they really started televising boxing. That was about the time. The boxing in television crossed pads as television was picking up. And so that's when ad revenue in lot of money really started crossing paths and that was about the time they formed the idc and they had some kind of a deal with joe. Louis which is how it got formed and how they got so many box to sign up by height. They were really controlling the entire boxing world. And that's that's what you see they actually had It was a sherman antitrust. Act that broke it up. But they controlled all boxing across the country. So small boxers all weight divisions When i say small i mean who not necessarily title fights but if you wanted to box in the country you had to go through frankie carbo and linke player mo that was across the board. They owned boxing. They partnered with with all families across the country. So the that's up to the olli fight. Basically with With sonny liston At nc that when spoken specifically but sonny liston was mentioned in the was their big user big dog their big catch he was. He was really well known and he was known. It was common knowledge that sunny listed was a little bit shakey ground personally and and he was connected to the mob guys. That's interesting the course as you get into this kind of thing. People start noticing. That there's each mob geyser bobbin this and they're they're going to somebody's going go the government. The justice department department. The justice department started investigating in the early fifties. And actually they've ruled this. he's called. It was called the international boxing club. They ruled it a monopoly monopolize everything which is that. What's as what mob guy wanted to do. They want you know their restraint of trade. Get under fcc rules or something that restraint of trade. And that's how they are you gotta lineup under them. They actually actually got some conviction. Look like carbo got two years. Nine hundred fifty. Eight for fixing though a welterweight or hyman deliver. They were all over. But you know these guys are not going to quit. Yeah round their time they got hold.
"frankie" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Researcher. Co-host cam robertson camby lists robinson on the a line on the zoom. So if the sound sounds a little bit different than some of the earlier ones. Why we're we're doing the best job we can get get. Y'all a good sound i. I think it's pretty decent cameras. Come up with a really interesting story about really i guess would be basically an illegal work to have you know. The fbi ran. A whole bunch of wiretaps back in the forties and fifties on after the sixties until nineteen sixty eight and. Then they made were taps totally illegal With the uniform crime omnibus uniform crime control. Bill late was the name. Oh it doesn't mouthful and the damn so you could do wiretaps back then. You could put bugs in. You just couldn't use it in court. Nobody would let us in court. We're gonna. We're gonna get to that. But i lay the groundwork. Let me give you a little bit of an overview camps notes. Here frankie the gray carbo nicknamed the grey stumble across that. I you know what. I looked at the every photo i could find he was. He was wearing all grey. I think he grabbed his hair early. But that's all i could find. He just lead. Those great suits right made his leg grades use. You never know. He was a lucchese soldier who came up through murder incorporated with lefty book alter and he got involved in the fighting game early on in the forties late forties early fifties after the war in albert. Data's day you dad and murder inc during that time By the late fifties was was totally gone. You know in a formed a national boxing club. He fell in with another guy called the lady. Palermo to me probably blake a lot especially was frank blinky. Palermo it was help you out. They're going to form this national boxing club of their. You know how. Bob guys are they get into something they got gotta control everything buddy in order for them to make more money and more money and more money and a big buddy you know doesn't go along with the program they've got their own way of.
"frankie" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"frankie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"frankie" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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