21 Burst results for "Gary Sinise"

Morgan, Giddens part of national Memorial Day concert

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Morgan, Giddens part of national Memorial Day concert

"Craig Morgan and Rhiannon giddens are among the performers for the national Memorial Day concert in Washington that will be shown on PBS station Sunday I'm marching in a letter with the latest Joe Montana and Gary Sinise will host the concert from the national mall in Washington It will celebrate 100 years of the Lincoln Memorial and pay tribute to late general Colin Powell who spoke at the Memorial Day concert for years Country singer Craig Morgan says Memorial Day has always meant a lot to him As a veteran I recognize what Memorial Day truly represents It's not just a weekend at the late with hot dogs and beers It's an opportunity for us to remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice Others who will appear including Leah salonga Brian stokes Mitchell Mary McCormick and Jean Smart

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Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Veterans Day Gary Sinise-Intro + Wrap homes

"On veteran's day the seventy fifth home built by the Gary Sinise foundation will be gifted to a veteran in Texas Sinise is best known for the character he played in Forrest Gump the Gary Sinise foundation launched ten years ago to help veterans like it's lieutenant Dan character including marine corps staff sergeant Jason Ross everything below his hips are gone from an improvised explosive device blast in Afghanistan his dad's a Vietnam veteran is is mom and dad are as full time care givers I've got two daughters and we wanted to build a specially adapted smart technology home for him it was built in California they're controlled by AI pads and you can raise the shades and put the lights down you have security cameras and and the hallways are being here and I'm and then the showers are more manageable A. A. R. P. profiled Sinise's work with Ross in a short film called reporting for duty I'm at Donahue

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Us on ESPN radio. How much did your life change with that one roll? Well, it certainly changed the career on a great deal. You know, I hadn't done that many movies before I started the theater company when I was young with my pals, and we did a lot of grey work. It's step. And wolf feed and Chicago, I write about the early origins of Steppenwolf. And how that really, you know, how much I learned there that I would take into the movie and television business, but prior to Lieutenant Dan, I mean, I hadn't done that many movies. I did of mice and men as a movie, and I talk about that in in grateful American, and I think mice and men got the attention of the producers of Forrest Gump, and they called me and on dish in for it. I auditioned for it. And I find out three weeks later. I got the part the movie came out about a year later, and I mean within within a couple of months there. I got some really good parts. With us on ESPN radio. What do you view as your greatest role? Father husband. Maybe that's a good answer. But that's not what I was asking Sinise. Yeah. It's it's hard for me to say that with with regards the acting career Jimmy shaker. It was Jimmy shaker. We played for years. Gimme back my son. Mel Gibson was out of his mind. You made him crazy before you actually became crazy. You made him crazy. Well, it's fun playing the villain. That's that's for sure. I had a great time working on that. Ron Howard directed. The movie, I know already done Apollo thirteen with Ron. So it was great to work with him twice back to back on on movies. And he was doing the astronauts never get back without your help. It was an important thing. You did. I was bland to play that part for sure. What was hard to put in the book? Well, there's some challenging moments in the book that I put I mean dif- difficult things to look back on difficult moments. There's moments within my family that you know, we're on the outside. It looked like the everything was going great. And the career was was ascending. And yet at home things were much more challenging, and we were having a lot of difficulty. And I write about some of that in the book because I wanted people to know part of that journey has some real, you know, serious difficult moments. If I may you wrote in the book about your wife's alcoholism, I don't wanna keep the audience in the dark about that you chose to bring that to her and only with her permission. I imagine all of that was a little hard to digest with her permission. Yeah. I wanted her approval on that I told her this was such a, you know, during this time where I was playing Lieutenant Dan, and I was doing Harry. Harry Truman and Jimmy shaker. And all these things awards were coming in the movie and television industry, all these things that we're looking very very positive on on the career side yet behind the scenes, there was a lot of difficulty. Grateful American Journey from self to service is available now. Gary Sinise with us on ESPN radio..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In jeopardy. We come back. Gary Sinise joins us to tell him out to get back to the military. And then we'll find out if there's more to know Brian Kilmeade show on a big day Friday with the news never stops. The president declared a state of emergency game on. It's news time on the new one zero one five FM seven twenty K D N morning. Jon Favreau woman was killed when she was hit by a bus near the Palazzo on Thursday morning. That woman crossing a private drive on Las Vegas boulevard near Mark crosswalk. When she was hit by the bus. The bus driver was arrested for driving while I'm paired by medicinal substances was the thirteenth traffic related death and metro's jurisdiction this year. President Trump says he'll declare a national emergency use executive powers to bypass congress to obtain more money for a border wall. We're talking about an invasion of our country. With drugs with human traffickers. With all types of criminals, and gangs from various other sources of money beyond the nearly one point four billion in that government funding Bill that congress passed beside the money from congress, Trump plans to spend six hundred million dollars in treasury, forfeiture funds and two and a half billion in defense department counterdrug money, the top Benetton official says he foresees growing the international coalition that has been combating the Islamic state Ruben Iraq and Syria, Pat, Shanahan, the acting secretary of defense made his comment Friday at the conclusion of a meeting in Munich of key members of the us led coalition now five losses in a row at home for the Vegas Golden Knights. New franchise record last night. The Golden Knights fell to the Maple Leafs six to three, but it's just frustrating. We're planning on it to yourselves out of this. Games the team. Brunswick Golden Knights wing. Max patch ready next up the Golden Knights face the predators Saturday night at T mobile arena. The alliance of American football said today that it's championship game here in Las Vegas will be called the alliance championship. The game will be played at Sam Boyd stadium. April. Twenty-seventh tickets go on sale today. They begin at thirty nine bucks the A F which debuted last weekend features eighteens playing over ten weeks, including franchises in San Diego, Salt Lake City and Tempe. Arizona the league mainly features former NFL players and has received backing from the NFL.

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I started called with Laura Hillenbrand who wrote seabiscuit and the the book unbroken, and we started a program called operation. Iraqi children which was a school supply program. We started shipping school supplies over the troops during the Iraq war, and they would take him out and give them to the kids. I write about in the book and a bunch of nonprofits that were supporting the military and veterans got invited to the White House that day for meeting to talk about how we could promote that we were supporting our veterans. And so there were lots of nonprofits there that I'm just one of them. Well, I'm I'm pleased to have you here. Again, the book in you say, you're you're just about to start on a book tour for this. And we're your first up. Yeah. The book comes out February twelfth and I go on. Start on a tour on the tenth grateful American Journey from self to service and on the back. You got some testimonials from Tom Hanks Joe Montana. That's it you probably met him in Chicago. Yeah. We're old friends. He goes way back there in Clint Eastwood on the back as well. Tom Driessen, and that is another. I mean, you got a lot of Chicago connections right here. Congratulations on this book. And I'm a big fan you work. Thanks for coming in here. Thanks so much. You bet. Gary Sinise at Gary Sinise on Twitter. Gary sinise. Official on Instagram. Grateful American Journey from self to service by Gary Sinise available were all books are sold on February twelve fun chat right there, by the way. Breaking news on the Anthony. Davis front will get to that. In a second college football NFL football the greatest time of the year..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Holy cow. Have you done to take me out to the ballgame? Oh, sure. Many time. How it's pretty great. It's pretty great to do. I just try to do like, Harry, you know, when I'm there. So you get into it. Oh, yeah. Yeah. There's plenty of videos up there. It's a it's a lot of fun. I enjoy it a lot doing it. I was going to do it last year with some things came came up, and I couldn't get there. But usually, I'm there, you know, I'll go there at least once a year. What it means? You see them finally win. It what it means to you to see them. All my gosh. Are you kidding? I mean for all of us grew up. Cub fans, you know, that that was just the greatest night of all time. We're just take it were you there at home now. Now, I couldn't be there. I I watched at home amazing. Yeah. Gary Sinise here on the rich Eisen show and working with Hanks, Tom Hanks, you got a good Tom Hanks story for me here because you worked in three of them with him, right? Apollo Tom Tom's Tom's a great guy. Just we we did three movies together in the nineties Forrest Gump Apollo thirteen and the green mile green mile just a little part. But I got to work on that for a couple of days and Apollo thirteen was was tremendous. We got to do all kinds of cool things. You know, we went up in the KC one thirty five training plane, which is it's a tanker case is C one thirty five tanker, they call it the vomit comet named that. They've got it all carved out inside. There's only a few seats in the back. Everything's padded and they drop into zero gravity for about twenty five twenty five seconds. And we got the float around in there together. We'll Zo who handle that the best. I well, why don't we just say who handled it the worst? And it was me. There's there's a funny picture in the book where you see when you go when you go up you get flight suits, and they they have pockets here. One pocket here one pocket here, and the they'll give you two little plastic bags just in case you need them. And there's only one guy who comes back with one plastic bag and. Amazing GAM looking some of these photographs there there you are as Truman, which you see all of us air. We all have to plastic bags in our pocket their the top, right, right? Then then right underneath. I'm coming down the stairs after the plane after the plane lands, and I've got one missing there. You are as Truman as well. You on your Mya ward for that. And obviously so many other great roles you wanna Golden Globe for for Truman. So. Got you on your EMMY for George Wallace. As a matter of fact, my bad on all that. And I see a photograph and you sit next to. W I see you sitting next to the president of the United States. That was that was very nonprofit that..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Things you may not have known about eight mile. Oh, man. Ma coming to you. Mile had a budget of forty one million dollars and earned over four hundred and forty two million dollars worldwide. He wanted Academy Award for best original song making lose yourself. The first hip hop song to win an Academy Award Eminem did not appear in person because he was sure he would not win. The Oscar goes to Eminem the eight mile soundtrack debuted at number one on the billboard charts for forecasting Brittany. Murphy is Alex to filmmakers, considered allies of do, Sarah, Michelle Gellar, Christina Ricci and Alicia SilverStone. Taryn manning was also considered but was cast as Janine. Instead. This was Anthony Mackie's first acting credit. Gary Sinise was the filmmakers' first choice to play Greg executive producer Paul Rosenberg considered Danny Boyle and Quinn. Tarantino to direct felt that their styles would not have worked with the story in the regional script rather worked as a double at a hotel instead of at a factory. Both Ebert and Roeper gave this Doma thumbs up. Eight mile probably won't win converts to rap, but it should thrill Eminem fans so thumbs up from up for me too. And here's a bonus one. The producers didn't decide on the title until the film had been completed. That's it for this episode of you think, you know movies. There's a longer video version of this episode with even more facts, you may not know available on screen, crush dot com. K ex w trended w k x w h. From New Jersey's most listened to station. New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. It's eight o'clock matinee white topping. Our report this hour has details on the weather situation around the Garden State another freezing night through tomorrow expected for today. Temperatures are expected to warm up a bit over the weekend will full details. Coming up.

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"At lifelock dot com for an extra ten percents off fill the labradors in studio today because it's rob at the other shops last day. He's moving to Florida to purchase a home with his fiancee taking Phil. No. But he brought us fail and Phil was his dog and he's in love with fail. So I told him I will definitely bring fill over. So that you can save by. It's going to be very weird sad meeting of rob. And phil. And I don't Ashley I feel like feel knows what's going on. Yeah. Clear clearly all broken up about it. Right. Do you think you know, what part of Florida's moving to or just going to Florida? Would it be in Dade County? I was talking to rob on Saturday. He was getting a little there's a little choked up. I will leave them alone. Give them their time. I'm not going to stand watch down hugging. Phil and Phil trying to eat his lunch while goodbye. All right. So Gary Sinise. What is your take on the assessment of what I just said in your average sort of folks that sign up for the military these days? Well, we have it all volunteer military. If you want to be there, you wouldn't sign up. Everybody knows what they're signing up for they make there's an ultimate clause that they signed. That means they're willing to give their life for their country, and it's dangerous business. And now, certainly there are aspects of it that might be a little more dangerous than others infantry might be a little more dangerous and something else, but people continue to sign up for for the infantry continue to want to fight. If you don't wanna do that, you wouldn't sign up. Well, it sort of strikes me that. You there's a balance obviously between putting your life in harm's way. And being at a cocktail party seventeen years later and going I was in the military. Oh, would you do I I would clean the traits that they served lunch on like? Oh, yeah. Where were I was in North Carolina? Like kind of goes..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Service and more about yourself your career, your well that that's why the book is called that. It's it's it's a journey from self to service and house. How service were took over my life. And how I really feel like, you know, it's it's given purpose, you know, greater purpose. You know, you try to be a good dad. You try to be good husband. You try to be good family person. Take care of all all those needs. And try to be good dad. Yeah. You tried. You're still trying. It's been thing. I'm good three days. A week is. So, but is it safe to say that your happiness level has gone up? If we drew a graph of Gary Sinise happiness level and service level that it would sort of fall of the same trajectory. Well, I think that the the service work gives life purpose. You know, a greater purpose? Let's use hurt business. Yeah. Happiness. I think we mix happiness with herpes all the time. Whereas purpose is like. Feel like happiness is sort of a snow cone and cotton candy and purpose is a big steak with vegetables and some broth like in some Azure sauce. It's hardy in I'm getting hungry in happiness is just sort of the fluffy candy corn of life that everyone for some reason as chasing after but it's really pleased of empty calories. So lease we pursue it here in this country. Yes. Yes. And I'm guessing you're pretty patriotic dude because I'm grateful American. There's no question about it. I part of an in terms of happiness. I tell people are I I'm sort of a broken record, which I somehow makes me into douche. I guess that bigoted just something like, which is like look finding things about this country that don't work and. And trying to fix them or remedy them is a good pursuit. But literally walking in your house in fucking looking for anything any chrome on the ground or anything or finding something that does work and turning into something that doesn't work are looking for the negative constantly is is a direct path to unhappiness, and I think this country does that I think we're I think we're like dogs chew on their own. Like, we just we are obsessed with how bad this country. Either is or was who I don't know. I can't measure it, maybe Germany will give us a run for the money, but who talks about their country's deeds from two hundred years ago and beats the shit out of themselves more than this country like who. Well, we did to the native American. Yeah. What we did. I don't know we my family's from Italy. And my wife's families like literally from Italy. I I don't know what the we is how many we's. How many guys Jebediah are actually still here? The great great descendants from these guys. I mean, Gary Sinise enforced Gump. Yes. But they're not that many of his. How many how a get it? There's things that could work better. And they're things that need to be fixed. But does it have to be the sort of this constant? Yes, it's like me going. Oh, no. I love my son. I love. He's a great boys at dear boys, a good. I I'm his father a fan of either. But all I do is tell them. How shitty is all day every day, and what he could have done better than what he did in the past. And remember the third grade NAT Goodyear, not a good year for you. Many people were hurt many people that element -tory school a lot of tears tears, anyway, love you to death. I love you to death. I'm proud. I love you your whole year. Horrible of shame. Shame. Why do we what is this pursuit? I don't I don't get it. I'm not saying put blinders on in March around waving a flag. I'm just saying what countries do we compare ourselves to around the world who's doing much better than us who's done better in the world than? Well, yeah. But what about all the yes, there's always going to be that who are we comparing ourselves to as what I'm saying a and snow globe like the beautiful little village in it like who what other countries don't have skeletons in their closet a pass. But then who who gets cold on when there's a su- NAMI who who are we supposed to reach who wants to fix.

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's a big Peterbilt semi truck or backwards backwards. A lot of head on. Hey, my deal is in my my my posse. Mike crew the deal was always this. You went about toxic masculinity. Oh, man. You fall asleep in front of in front of human beings. That are wake anything that happens after you as all your fault. It's all your fault. We'll put a we'll we'll duct tape you to the to the recliner, you're on draw huge Dicks on your forehead with sharpie. Whatever it is you you fall asleep or pass out at a time earlier than you're supposed to go to sleep or pass out in front of people that aren't asleep and all that all on you, Tony if the sun is shining and your husband driving, and you're sleeping, then you get whatever you get to. You must have experienced this in New Orleans on your party when you went reason. Yeah, exactly. I would love you guys to teach a class on how to remain friends after something like this. Remain friends. With Mike August passes out at Jimmy's house watching football and cousin sow goes full yokozuna by dropping his pants was bare ass dropping his face. Mike blames himself injured. Why did you fall asleep? While we were watching football known a blame myself, and also how you ever gonna learn a lesson about falling asleep. Upping? We let you wake up hours on your greatest part about that is Mike never even got mad. Mike tooth was knocked off his his camp was knocked out. Because at the last moment when he heard yoga's tried to block himself with his wristwatch any has a Rolex with the metal wristwatch and the metal wristwatch pushing his face, and he still wasn't mad. You wanna know why Mike Oxus dad is a football coach he grew up with a dad football coach he grew up playing football, and he's not a pussy. So that's why you never hear Mike August so cold so early so early we went to bed like they went to bed at one AM, and we met at the lobby of five thirty show. And I never never heard word always sitting in the lobbing print out the boarding passes was coffee. That's it. You know, what one of his big responses? I just realized if you make a comment if you're not complaining, you're just you say like, oh, my cold in here, whatever so call, nah. I love him for that. And I fucking hate pussies. God do I hate. We don't be don't do enough. But we don't do enough. Was he saying we do all the oh toxic masculinity? That's gotta end. But we don't do nothing. Like, hey, fuck and post shut up you running this country. Gary Sinise hate you. All right. We don't need yokozuna clip. Thanks. Well, we talked a little bit about Mary. Carey versus Mariah Carey yesterday. And who's in the news today? Mariah she is suing a former per store sent Christy..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"We we went to we propose an idea about supporting the garysinisefoundation with refurbishing of a vehicle. He chose us nineteen Eighty-one Jeep and all the proceeds are going to go. The Gary Sinise foundation from the auction. We're going to do it at five thirty Friday, and I'm going to be there. And as my first time never been there before. So it'll be interesting thing. I'm now, unlike you, Adam I'm not a big car guy. But I'm learning more about it as as time goes on. They did a TV show the fast and loud TV show. Richard Rawlings is real recognizable car, Karen der-. Short of I guess think. Oh god. What's his name from drive ins and diners guy? Fieri guy Fieri for cars. You know, you'll see him on dodge emerging euless burgers. Wrenches? Kind of a personality meets, you know, rancher probably a little more personnel sort of guy Fieri less chef little more personality. She ater. But does it does. As entertaining shows gets these cars, flip some modifies them and does them all and then puts them up at sometime cells in private, but does does the charity thing, and he's got his name on it. And he's his it's been, you know, these guys at a certain point a lot of these guys sort of become like artists, you know, what I mean like it's a Picasso's got his name on. It's going to be worse. Something now in in one day because his name is on. Oh, yeah. And you can see on that. I mean, he put garysinisefoundation logos on it. It's on the speedometer. It's got garysinisefoundation and all this. So it's really specifically raisins. Yeah. There you go that's one of our coins challenge. Stuck to the side one day after the rollover accident or pulling the parametric pulling the couple out. They'll see the Gary Sinise. Upside down we'll see they can read Gary Sinise when it's inverted on the steering wheel. No we which years. Happy mother the people come to like ads. I didn't really mean that joke say horrible joke. But they've actually it's really your tapping. God bless them got speed. And God bless. So you'll be up. So it is a mad house. I mean, it is kind of Woodstock for cars. There's huge nothing. Like what stock only nothing like, holy totally voting block. It'll be a bunch of dudes. It's a huge. It's a tent, but I mean, the tent will take up forty acres. They'll I it really. Well, like, I don't know. I don't know what they expect max Pat to over there. But. I mean, it's massive massive thing city of tents, and they just go in there and just gets bigger every year. Richmond porn, man. Ted city. Yeah. It really is. Yeah. Really Berg and very Chattan rich, man. Poor man should be having a drink in a tent having a ball drinking booze in town. That's not a middle class thing. That's on the streets sucking on some Stor. No or drinking a high ball with Richard Rawlings and Gary Barrett Jackson, Scottsdale. All right, two thousand sixteen when we saw Gary I was driving the dots and six ten roads. Broken to fifteen chart my life through card area. So the book is well, we'll talk about that. Tell me about the book grateful American. Yeah. I have the the book coming out February twelfth. Road. It took about a year to write it. It's it's it's grateful American Journey from self to service. So it's really it. And and it's a memoir goes through a lot of the early theater days at I started theater company and Chicago step in wall. Then. Then into a lot of the the acting workup singular focus on movies and acting in theatre and that kind of thing and then post September eleventh, really everything changed, and I started devoting all my time, not all my time. But majority of my time when I wasn't working to supporting the men and women were deploying Iraq and Afghanistan been all over the world started the band play play multiple concerts over the years..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And now. He's never pulled a bait and switch, but he's definitely pulled a masturbating. Switch. Adam Corolla get it on get on her choice. But again on mandate get on thanks for tuning in. And thanks for sharing as we are weeks away from our ten year anniversary of podcasting. And it's only because you guys listen, and you guys share the show. So thank you very much for that. Good day Gina grant, Paul Ryan, eat a dick. I wanna thank lifelock and lows and men for sponsoring this half of the show and Gary Sinise in studio good, see again, my friend. Thanks very much. There's many things going on in the military world and the auction world and entertainment as well. We'll get into Gary with that Gary. I'm in love with Gary Sinise. Everybody says he's the best guy in the planet. I know it firsthand because I showed up about three or four years ago to race and Coronado. Coronado island on the military base. And there was Lieutenant Dan all set up and playing for free. And I was so nice as excited see Gehring here the band and the music and gave me a little tour of his tour boss and showed him the race car. All very it's a very American was that the one of the ball Newman cars, I think I was driving a Bob sharp car that I think was Opole Newman as in Newman sharp racing team from from back in the day or I was driving a. Dots in two thousand roadster that blew the engine up on all figure. I'll figure it out. Max panel tell me he was there. But the band sounded great how many how many dates do you guys play year? We average about thirty. I think something something like that. And visually. It looks like Seattle commercial there. But audibly, it's totally different Iraq. It's every time. I see commercials bunch of guys got together in a bar one black like who are these people? This work. But it's very entertaining though. Yeah. Do your barn. The background is everyone. Good enough that in you play enough that you don't need to rehearse or how does that work? Well, we've rehearsed formerly about once a year when we learned some new songs, but the band's been playing now for fifteen some years, so we can pull it together pretty good. If we haven't played in for weeks or something we just get up there, and do it and all things military, I'm guessing and all the proceeds going to the military now. Well, the the band is a program of my foundation. Gary Sinise foundation. So I only play for the military. That's that's all I do. I don't play for money or play for anything else is just part of the mission. So it's to raise spirits raise awareness, raise funding that kind of thing and the generosity the American people who support the Gary Sinise foundation, we take that. And we provide entertainment much like the USO does the there's going to be cheap. That's. Going off tomorrow as you hear this, and that's at Barrett Jackson and Scottsdale. So it's the big auction weekends. If anyone is curious about the big auction weekends is there's Pebble Beach oxen option weekend. That's where I would go do the Rolex historic race at Laguna Seca, then they're Scottsdale. That's where all the our EMS and the Gooding's and the meat gums, maybe make them bear, jacks and all that. And then some point Amelia Island, Florida. So there's like three big ones. This is sort of the second in the triple crown or first of the year, and these things are getting massive. They they're not only massive massive TV shows some of the best ratings like the scullery channel history channel have old. Just be these auction shows the go up there they bring these vehicles out there. Most of them are for profit. But some or for charity in the charity ones oftentimes knock it out of the park. Because you can ride off part of that. Will you can write it off past what the value of the vehicle would be? So if an eighty one CJ seven nicely done is thirty grand everything past that you can tell on Sam you're going to keep. And that's good. And and that's exactly what they're going to do with its gene you did that with Richard from fast and loud, right? Yeah..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Podcast one. It's time to check Adams voice mail. Just passed in Delaware on I ninety five the overhead amber sign, it was a two parter that have a need for speed question. Mark. Then you're not maverick slowdown. Also, currently going fifty four in sixty five love the show. You can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four. It is bizarre sort of in my Gary Sinise frame of mind of what's going on in North Korean almost two thousand and twenty. I've feel same way about the signs all around the country's a huge big electronic signs. You can communicate with literally everyone who pays taxes because look if you're at home, and your shut in your Yuna bomber then you're not on the freeway, but everyone else pays taxes is somewhere on these highways and byways go into work or drop the kids off or whatever it is. You have a way to communicate with all of them in every city, and there's a group of sort of unfunny folks who sit around and go, well, let's see can we rhyme Grinch with unsafe lane change. The holidays Olisa Ted. Sorry, you're Jewish. But I'm still a million with what percentage of the motor? And they're trying to figure out what rhymes with airbag or what rhymes with seat belt or what rhymes with the again. If it's an Easter thing what rhymes with bunny, and it's I who signed off on this. Why don't we put real super pertinent information? Become an organ donor. Put check on your neck going into renew your license. Check the owner the.

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I mean, you got a pound of beer. Got a good USA chant would be. Yeah. Yeah. Something like that. Arizona's a porter state. You can go build that wall. Yeah. You're smart. You drop like Toby keys name. Keith told me you wish you could be here. Crack that beer and his shotgun. It okay. I'm saying. Oh, yeah. You're performer. I got to tell you what to do thirty seconds. Well, look you've not been there. You know what? I mean, you've been to the DMZ I've been to bear jacks zeros of you. And I saw the Steven Tyler auction when they auctioned off his car. One for eight hundred fifty thousand dollars. Yeah. Yeah. I saw him yelling and screaming. I'll do that scarf tied around your microphone. He has a song called red white. And you. He's doing. No, it always adds to the mix throwing the bass guitar. Yeah. Throw the bass guitar in the back. I'm gene I'm gonna sign one, and they can sign that case guitar throat in that sure that'll bring. A lot of money. Qatar ever really hundred. I don't want to get to our. I wanna come. Yeah. Whenever one of the top guys Celena cars, I'm putting guitar back. All right, tack eighteen dollars onto whatever the total was. Gary Sinise signed Baso that'll go in the back over three hundred thousand expected to attend. Wow. That is big about your general, events, concerts, and your your festival and all that kind of stuff Super Bowls or whatever that's pretty high Mark three hundred that's over the course of a few days charity. Five hundred are expected to be bidders. And the rest are spectators Coachella. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy. The best part. The best part is once you get in on the bid. They'll assign a guy to like stand next you because he's kind of your Barrett Jackson lays on and that guy just stands or front goes come on, man. Come on the trips. Come on doesn't really hype man. Oh, yeah. Well, huge going to be in front of you. And he's going to once they narrow it down. If you guys because when you when you go in the guy's going you one hundred hundred. Day one hundred and you go one hundred. A huckster. He's right up in front of you. And he's putting the putting the screws to you. And I have no do you have any thoughts about you? Do you have hopes? What do you know? Do you have dreams? What did you think? Less sheep's going to go forward. You have any expectations. I I don't know. I don't want to give a number here. Maybe to lower to it. You saying you don't know the number of the auction in advance. No. I know what cars are worth. So I normally if you took a goal wing Mercedes, I'd go one one two one three probably hammer out about one two and then with the Vegas. What do you think are going to go for? Well, I have no idea because it's it's a charity car and charity cars have gone ballistic in the past because of the right of because of the charity, but some of them are like GM has donated the, you know, serial number one Camaro z twenty eight for two thousand sixteen so part of it is I'm going to get the number one Z twenty eight Camaro off the Sembler line. And that thing will have a great value downtown down the road. This is CJ seven. It's nicely done. It's it's CJ seven is. Fifteen to twenty five or something. I'm not deep in the Jeep world. This one with Rawlings and everything is is good. But I don't know. It's it's all charity. All the money's going to come from the charity. I have found that these groups are very charitable. I've found that these numbers go very high, and I found that with the tax incentives and write off that it disguise limit. Yes. When I did wants to be a millionaire..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"At lifelock dot com for an extra ten percents off fill the labradors in studio today because it's rob at the other shops last day. He's moving to Florida to purchase a home with his fiancee taking Phil. No. But he brought us fail and Phil was his dog and he's in love with fail. So I told him I will definitely bring fill over. So that you can save by going It's to going be. to be very weird sad meeting of rob. And phil. And I don't actually I feel like feel knows what's going on. Clearly all broken up about it. Right. Do you think you know, what part of Florida's moving to or just going to Florida? Would it be in Dade County? I was talking to rob on Saturday. He was getting a little choke. There's get a little choked up. I will leave them alone. Give them their time. I I'm not going to stand watch down hugging. Phil and Phil trying to eat his lunch while hang goodbye. All right. So Gary Sinise. What is your take on the assessment of of of what I just said in your average sort of folks that sign up for the military these days? Well, we have it all volunteer military. If you want to be there, you wouldn't sign up. Everybody knows what they're signing up for they make there's an ultimate clause that they they signed. That means they're willing to give their life for their country, and it's dangerous business. And now, a certainly there are aspects of it that might be a little more dangerous than others infantry might be a little more dangerous and something else. But people continue to sign up for for the infantry continue to want to fight. If you don't wanna do that, you wouldn't sign up. Well, it sort of strikes me that. You there's a balance obviously between putting your life in harm's way. And being at a cocktail party seventeen years later and going I was in the military. Oh, would you do I I would clean the traits that they served lunch off like, oh, yeah. Where were you? I was in North Carolina. Like kind of goes..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Service and more about yourself your career, your well that that's why the book is called that. It's it's it's a journey from self to service and house. How service were took over my life. And how I really feel like, you know, it's it's given purpose, you know, greater purpose. You know, you try to be a good dad. You try to be a good husband. You try to be good family person. Take care of all all those needs. And try to be good dad. Yeah. Tried. You're still trying. It's been thing. I'm good three days. A week is. So, but is it safe to say that your happiness level has gone up? If we drew a graph of Gary Sinise happiness level and service level that it would sort of follow the same trajectory. Well, I think the the service work gives life purpose. You know, a greater purpose? Let's use that hurt business. Yeah. Happiness. I think we mix happiness with purpose. All the time. Whereas purpose is like. Feel like happiness is sort of a snow cone and cotton candy and purpose is a big steak with vegetables and some broth like in some as you saw like, it's hardy known. I mean, I'm hogging hungry in happiness is just sort of the fluffy candy corn of life that everyone for some reason as chasing after. But it's really please empty calories. So lease we pursue it here in this country. Yes. Yes. And I'm guessing you're pretty patriotic dude because I'm grateful American. There's no question about it. I part of an and in terms of happiness, I tell people are I I'm sort of a broken record which somehow makes me into douche. I guess that bigoted just something like, which is like look finding things about this country that don't work and. And trying to fix them or remedy them is a good pursuit, but literally walking in your house in fucking looking for anything any chrome on the ground or anything or finding something that does work in turning into something that doesn't work are looking for the negative constantly is is a direct path to unhappiness, and I think this country does that I think we're I think we're like dogs just chew on their own. Like, we just we are obsessed with how bad this country. Either is or was who I don't know. I can't measure it, maybe Germany will give us a run for the money, but who talks about their country's deeds from two hundred years ago and beats the shit out of themselves more than this country like who. Well, we did to the native American. Yeah. What we did. I don't know we my family's from Italy. And my wife's families like literally from Italy. I I don't know what the we is how many we's. Like, how many guys Jebediah are actually still here who the great great descendants from these guys? I mean, Gary Sinise enforced Gump. Yes. But they're not that many of his. How a get it. There's things that could work better. And they're things that need to be fixed. But does it have to be the sort of this constant? Yes, it's like me going. Oh, no. I love my son. I love. He's a great boys at dear boys. Good. I I'm his father a fan of either. But all I do is tell them. How shitty is all day every day what he could've done better. What he did in the past. And remember the third grade Nadda Goodyear, not a good year for you. Many people were hurt many people that element -tory school a lot of tears tears, anyway, love you to death. I love you to death. I'm proud. I love you. You're you're horrible. Lot of shame. Shame. Why do we what is this pursuit? I don't I don't get it. I'm not saying put blinders on in March around waving a flag. I'm just saying what countries do we compare ourselves to around the world who's doing much better than us who's done better in the world than? Us. Well, yeah. But what about all the? Yes, there's always going to be that. Who who are we comparing ourselves to as what I'm saying? Like a fuck and snow globe like the beautiful little village in it like who what other countries don't have skeletons in their closet pass. But then who who gets pulled on when there's a su- NAMI who who are we supposed to reach.

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's a big Peterbilt semi truck or backwards. Big backwards. A lot of head on. Hey, my deal is in my my my posse. Mike crew the deal was always this. You went about toxic masculinity. Oh, man. You fall asleep in front of in front of human beings in our wake anything that happens after you is all your fault. It's all your fault. What we'll put a we'll we'll duct tape you to the to the recliner, you're on draw huge Dicks on your forehead with sharpie. Whatever it is you you fall asleep or pass out at a time earlier than you're supposed to go to sleep or pass out in front of people that aren't asleep and all that all on you, Tony if the sun is shining and your husband driving, and you're sleeping, then you get whatever you get to. You must have experienced this in New Orleans on your party when you went reason. Yeah, exactly. I would love you guys to teach a class on how to remain friends after something like this. Remain friends with Mike August passes out at Jimmy's house watching football and cousin sow goes full yokozuna by dropping his pants was bare ass dropping his face. Mike blames himself injured. Why did you fall asleep? While we were watching football known a blame myself, and also how you ever gonna learn a lesson about falling asleep. Nothing to let you wake up hours on your greatest part about that is Mike never even got mad. Mike tooth was knocked off as his his camp was knocked out. Because at the last moment when he heard yoga's tried to block himself with his wristwatch any has a Rolex with the metal wristwatch and the metal wristwatch pushing his face, and he still wasn't mad. He went into why Mike Oxus dad is a football coach he grew up with a dad is football coach he grew up playing football, and he's not a pussy. So that's why you never hear Mike August so cold so early so early we went to bed like they went to bed at one AM, and we met at the lobby of five thirty show. And I never never heard word always sitting in the lobbing print out the boarding passes was coffee. That's it. You know, what one of his big responses? I just realized if you make a comment if you're not complaining, you're just you say like, oh my God. So cold in here, whatever. So, nah. I love him for that. And I fucking hate pussies. God do I hate. We don't be don't do enough. But we don't do enough. Was he say we do all the oh toxic masculinity. That's gotta end. But we don't do nothing. Like, hey, fuck and post shut up you running this country. Gary Sinise hate you. All right. We don't need yokozuna clip. Thanks. Well, we talked a little bit about Mary. Carey versus Mariah Carey yesterday. And who's in the news today? Mariah she is suing a former per store sent Christy..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Gary Sinise Gina grad on news bomb, Brian on sound effects and around of Hollywood hand me downs. And now. He's never pulled a bait and switch, but he's definitely pulled a masturbate. The switch. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on got get on a choice, but again on mandate get on thanks for tuning in. And thanks for sharing as we are weeks away from our ten year anniversary of podcasting. And it's only because you guys listen, and you guys share the show. So thank you very much for that day Gina grant, Paul Ryan, eat a dick. I wanna thank lifelock and lows and men for sponsoring this half of the show and Gary Sinise in studio good, see again, my friend. Thanks very much. There's many things going on in the military world and the auction world and entertainment as well. We'll get into Gary with that Gary. I'm in love with Gary Sinise. Everybody says he's the best guy in the planet. I know it firsthand because I showed up about three or four years ago to race and Coronado. Coronado island on the military base. And there was the tenant Dan all set up playing for free. And I was so nice as excited see Gehring here the band and the music and gave me a little tour of his tore boss and showed him the race car. All very it's a very American was that the one of the Paul Newman cars, I think I was driving a Bob sharp car that I think was Opole Newman as in Newman sharp racing team from from back in the day or I was driving a. Dots in two thousand roadster that blew the engine up on all figure figure it out. Max panel tell me he was there. But the band sounded great how many how many dates do you guys play a year? We average about thirty. I think something something like that. And visually. It looks like a Seattle commercial there. But audibly, it's totally different Iraq. It's every time. I see commercials where bunch of guys got together in a bar one time like who are these very diverse. Sermon, we're this work, but it's very entertaining though to your personal barn. That would. Is everyone good enough that and you play enough that you don't need to rehearse or how does that work? Well, we've rehearsed formerly about once a year when we learned some new songs, but the band's been playing now for fifteen some years, so we can pull it together pretty good. If we haven't played in four weeks or something we just get up there, and do it and all things military, I'm guessing and all the proceeds going to the military now. Well, the the band is a program of my foundation garysinisefoundation. So you know, I only play for the military. That's that's all I do. I don't play for money or play for anything else is just part of the mission. So it's to raise spirits raise awareness, raise funding that kind of thing and the generosity the American people who support the Gary Sinise foundation, we take that. And we provide entertainment much like the USO does the there's going to be cheap. That's going off tomorrow as you hear the. This and that's at Barrett Jackson in Scottsdale. So it's the big auction weekends. If anyone is curious about the big auction weekends is there's Pebble Beach oxen auction weekend. That's where I would go do the Rolex historic race at Laguna Seca, then they're Scottsdale. That's where all the our EMS and the Gooding's and the meat comes. Maybe make 'em bear Jax and all that. And then some point Amelia Island, Florida. So there's like three big ones. This is sort of the second in the triple crown or first of the year, and these things are getting massive. They they're not only massive massive TV shows some of the best ratings like the scullery channel history channel have just be these auction shows the go up there that bring these vehicles out there. Most of them are for profit. But some are for charity in the charity ones. Oftentimes knock it out of the park because you can ride off part. Will you can write it off past what the value of the vehicle would be? So if an eighty one CJ seven nicely done is thirty grand everything past that you can tell Sam you're going to keep. And that's good. And and that's exactly what they're going to do with, gene. You did that with Richard from fast and loud, right? Yeah..

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"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"gary sinise" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Life. It's time to check Adams voice mail. Just in Delaware on I ninety five the overhead amber sign, it was a two parter that have a need for speed question. Mark. Then is that you're not maverick slowdown. Also, currently going fifty four in sixty five love the show. You can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four. It is bizarre sort of in my Gary Sinise frame of mind of what's going on in North Korean almost two thousand and twenty. I've feel same way about the signs all around the country's a huge big electronic signs. You can communicate with literally everyone who pays taxes because look if you're at home, and you're shut in your Yuna bomber. Then you're not on the freeway, but everyone else pays taxes is somewhere on these highways and byways go into work or drop the kids off or whatever it is. You have a way to communicate with all of them in every city, and there's a group of sort of unfunny folks who sit around and go, well, let's see can we rhyme Grinch with unsafe lane change. Well, this the holidays Olisa Ted sorry, you're. Jewish but I'm still a million with what percentage of the motor. And they're trying to figure out what Ryan's with airbag or what rhymes with seat belt or what rhymes with the again. If it's an Easter thing what rhymes with bunny, and it's I who signed off on this. Why why don't we put real super pertinent information? Become an organ donor. Check on your neck going into renew your license..

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Actress and paralympian criticises The Rock for playing amputee in 'Skyscraper'

Barsky Radio

02:46 min | 4 years ago

Actress and paralympian criticises The Rock for playing amputee in 'Skyscraper'

"Have to hire. So just look for. I dunno Caitlyn Jenner As the transgender massage parlor owner in a first. Acting role starring role as Dante text Gil I can't think of, anybody else is out there maybe. The woman who. Plays in the orange is? The, new black, maybe a couple of those. People I don't know are they are the transistor. Yes transgender actors one. Or two of them I think, oranges or at least. One, black woman I, forget her name she's pretty well, known a great great job of actor yeah forget her name but there's a couple of Betsy but the point the point is you want to hire. Somebody who's got acting chops? To play a role to play. A. Man when they're a woman. You, know what I mean that's that's what. The whole idea right so it doesn't stop there apparently there's, a film that it's called skyscraper it's like one of those big disaster movie types and Dwayne the rock Johnson is in it, and he's playing a a. Paraplegic Yeah so I guess they had. To. Use a lot of CGI. So, a former Perot Libyan is blasting Dwayne. Johnson for playing an amputee in this movie this well why, don't you hire somebody who doesn't have legs the play the part Johnson not gonna go to, that movie The want to see the rock Let's go. See? The. Rock with no legs really yeah he's only missing one leg Yeah it's all the same right so, they're saying why don't you so now I guess if you're going, to be playing so it's kind of like if you're, gonna redo the movie Ray. You're gonna hire, a blind person to play Ray Charles who doesn't really have any first of all you have to really. Work hard to get a braille script that's going to. Be too. Much of a there's. Only one person they're going to play that. Role? It. Was it was Jamie FOX He was brilliant in that movie is Ray Charles, you believe he was Rachel's. That's called acting, I don't need a blind person play another blind person like you said unless it's a documentary so this. Is the PC police have gotten completely out of hand. In this. World that's like getting Amputate actor, to replace Lieutenant Dan and forest exactly exactly. Was great in that brilliant yeah and they could have, gotten somebody but, probably nobody has a. Is Gary Sinise and plus you put a lot of CG guys out of work. That's not right Radio. On news talk eight fifty w., f. t. l. Shannon Bill rich Joyce and barsky now on I tunes and Google play your favorite shows smell. Available on demand Stay connected, whenever you want news talk eight fifteen T. l. This report brought to you..

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Milwaukee Bucks' Sterling Brown says he felt 'defenseless' during arrest

Orlando's News at Noon with Scott Anez

02:32 min | 4 years ago

Milwaukee Bucks' Sterling Brown says he felt 'defenseless' during arrest

"At noon i'm darrell moody milwaukee bucks player sterling brown speaking out after police released video showing him being shocked with tasers arrested back in january the confrontation began after an officer question brown about parking and a handicapped zone at a walgreens he spoke with abc's robin roberts in an exclusive interview we can do is just keep fighting know keep bringing attention came you know putting pressure on the police departments and offices in the mayor's and everybody to charter may maintain round says he plans to take legal action the national memorial day concert honors korean war veterans and marks the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of chisun in vietnam army sergeant first class leah and hester the first woman in us history to get a silver star for valor in combat will participate in with along with well known entertainers several great actors and actresses i'll be joined by joe montana gary sinise general colin powell to name a few the concert airs at eight o'clock sunday night on pbs one of the nation's largest pop culture events is in full swing at the orange county convention center today is the second day of mega com which is expected to draw one hundred thousand people to the orlando area over the weekend started yesterday and continues through sunday features celebrity guests include jeff goldblum billy dee williams and this legendary sarasota resident whenever anyone says the word peewee herman himself paul reubens ray computer news ninety six point five wdbo he where have you been twelve forty nine here at news ninety six point five wdbo five day forecast here's our meteorologist brian shields we're tracking sub tropical storm alburto now is subtropical because the winfield's a little bit larger the winds aren't totally concentrated at the center slightly different structure either way this is going to head through the northern gulf and to make landfall most likely early monday with winds around sixty five miles per hour close to alabama the florida panhandle our forecast is right on track this is what we expect it so again we've been tracking the scattered showers and storms today tomorrow about a fifty percent chance of rain but a much higher chance on sunday and monday sunday in particular ninety percent chance of rain downpour several inches of rain and localized flooding will be a threat we'll keep you posted from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields right now we are looking at eighty five degrees in qasimi it is eightyfive and sunny at orlando's severe weather station reno grant is back safetouch security triple team traffic okay scott accidentfree on our expressways i for eastbound busiest for michigan up.

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