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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"We are still going to talk about it eventually. What can you say about it because the trailer is absolutely terrifying and from hearing you talk in here a little bit in other interviews, you are very high on the script and this movie, what can you say and whatever you feel like just get it out there, Gavin, thank you. Well, absolutely, man. I will say, again, I have finished very little books in my life. I have read very little, I don't really like reading, but I picked this script up and I couldn't put it down. It was phenomenal. And it goes sort of into, you know, this is why I don't watch movies. Because I see, and they're so good. I'm like, Gavin, why aren't you doing something like that? I get frustrated. I'm like, oh man, that's so good. That was the reaction I got from reading the script. I'm like, Gavin, you need to do something like this. You need to start working, start riding, start getting something done, because this is amazing. And I will say if you were a fan of the sinister movies and that Scott derrickson is a very unique way of horror, a very real and Gritty, dark horror, and I love that. I watch those movies and they still terrify me to this day. Scary. There's nothing, there's nothing different about this film either. Have you seen a final copy of it? I have not. No, I'm still waiting to watch it myself. From your experience, do you think people, I mean, obviously you don't know what people put together with the edit. Do you think people are going to do you think people are going to from the trailer? I was blown away by it. Yeah. That's usually a pretty good indication. From your scenes, do you think people will have a positive reaction to this? I think so. Yeah, a 100%. And just reading the script, man. You know, like I said, or putting it to paper to film, you know, that's a challenge and sometimes you can have an amazing script, but a bad film. But in the hands of bloom house and with an amazing script like that, I feel like you're just destined to succeed. And I think it's going to be amazing. Huge company, great horror company. They're almost like a Lucas arts of horror, right? Hey man, you're a great dude. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast today. Dude, absolutely. Thank.

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"I love the fact that you're not just okay with being and there's nothing wrong with just focusing on being an actor. There's nothing wrong with that. But to kind of layer it up and say, okay, I want to write, I want to edit, I want to that's huge. That's a big thing. I can't just let that go and not acknowledge that. But talk about, is there a person that's influenced that? Is there a movie maybe for you? I would say. For acting, John bernthal, and look at you. John bernthal, I would say Walton too, when I first, now that I can look back and watch him, I would say Matt Damon in good will hunting, that was a movie that I really loved..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"But if there's one thing about David that I do know is he's always got something up his sleeve. So I'm sure whatever reason he ended up going or deciding to go down that path. I'm sure it was a good one. But I was just like you and I want to pick his brain. The next time I see him on, I want to sit him down and pick his brain. What's even a David is you're like, I have no issues with the way that unfolded. As far as David's point of view, but like, I could definitely see people doing that. We've got him. He's down. We'll walk away. I don't have any issues with the writing or that part. I could totally see, like, let's face it. The slasher movies, whether it's Jason or Freddy, it's filled with people making absolutely stupid. Do you remember that commercial where it was a commercial where these kids are like hiding out, they're like, where should we go? We could take a car safely and go away, or we can hide in the shed with the chainsaw. Do you remember that? I don't know if you remember this. I do remember. So it's like, I mean, slasher movies are filled with people making just the worst. And I guess that's part of the appeal, right? Because they're so stupid. People can talk about it. Like, Ron, what do you do? You know what I'm saying? Like, that's part of it. I get it. I get what David's trying to do there. I get that. Yeah, I think that was a great point, actually. I haven't thought of it like that. I think it's just become a thing. It's become a thing. In a sense of, yeah, like people in horror movies aren't the brightest. And I think that's probably and I haven't even thought of it like this. What he was trying to capture there. Yeah. How does it feel to be in a big, big, I mean, obviously you're not a stranger at this point, but I thought I heard you, Gavin and another interview, and I caught the tail, 'cause I try to watch interviews just to get a feel of what a person's like. Did you say you were nervous or you were hinting on something like that? I got to tell him, I'm like, should I ask him about it? I'll throw it out there. I am nervous. 24/7 on set. And it never gets better. When I started going in auditions and even now, I'm just I'm very, very nervous. I don't know why, but I think it's because I care and I love it so much. That's a good thing though, Gavin. I think so too. But when you're, when you're like 7 years old and you and your cousins and brothers would watch these movies over and over and over again. And all of a sudden airs Michael Myers house right there, it was almost so much going on that I didn't know how to feel. And I was nervous because of the actions I had to do..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"It's so well received. And do you ever have moments, right? So I don't want to call them outtakes, but can you ever do you ever hear laughter? Everyone there is a professional I get it. Yeah. But is there ever a scene where it's so outrageous and so freaking nuts that you hear like people off camera laughing? I'm sorry to interrupt you, but baby Billy's when he got up and he said, oh my God. McIntyre. Goodness. Granddaddy Roy came in with a shotgun. And then he said, y'all, deshaun, what are you gonna need to keep him on a chain, you know? Y'all decide. No, improvise. 150%. None of us were ready for that. And in the middle of the scene, oh my God, I almost started bursting out laughing. To prevent myself, I was biting on my tongue as hard as I could. Don't mess this up. Don't mess this up. This is gold. And then when they yelled cut everybody started dying laughing. I think David, you could hear David laughing in the background as the scene was going on. I actually, my sister who got to work wardrobe on his head as well. Talked about how when she was filming, they would have to wait a couple of minutes because Danny would be laughing so hard at Edie. And they would have to they would have to pause for a little bit because Danny would just be laughing his ass off to the point where he can't breathe. I'm sorry. I mean, like even the crew members, I don't know how they do it. I don't know how I do it. Because you're in a room with so many hilarious people and you know you got me thinking there's an eastbound and down there's a scene where it's in the outtakes on YouTube where it's Danny, it's Will Ferrell, there's another actor. It's just my mind, but oh, I know what you're talking about. He's talking about his plums. Yeah. It's so, it's just such freaking genius. So let me ask you, is there a connection because I want to talk about Halloween kills briefly here? David Gordon, is there a connection between Halloween kills and I purposely didn't go into debt because I wanted to ask you this not knowing it. Is there a connection between him knowing you in Halloween kills and the righteous gemstones? Oh, absolutely. As much as there could be legally. As in when I was on the set of gemstones and this is how David is, David is very faint with what he says. You know, for instance, just to give you and this didn't really happen, but when I was on season one, he is the type of guy to go up to you, tap you on the shoulder and say, hey,.

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"There was a school that he got kicked out of just because he was so busy as a kid, being an actor. And we talked about everything, but if there's one thing I wish I would have asked him is what kept him going when he was younger. And he had all of that to do. Like he had his schoolwork, he had, you know, he blew up instantly. So how did he handle all that? That was a great question. Yeah. You know, and he was so good in so many things, not just home alone, you know, there's movie where he plays an evil son. There's a movie where he plays, he's just, he's done so many good things. And yeah, I mean, I didn't know you guys had the chance. That's fantastic. Oh my God, I said that moment. I could not stop smiling. And to talk to Walton to, I said a lot of things to Walton that I had been wanting to say for a long time, but that guy is, he's just so good and professional. He just stays in it the whole time. And I never, even though we were on set together, you know, face to face. I never wanted to get him out of that. So I finally got an opportunity to chat with him and it was awesome. You picked his brain a little bit. I did. I did. I hope this doesn't sound creepy, but I watch you perform when you're on set and I'm just amazed and he was real, real, thankful and appreciative of that. And you must see a lot of styles like a very various styles because he has his way of going about it. You know, John gooden probably has his own way, you know, various people have their own way. But when he's into it, he's so we're about to shoot a scene in a minute. He's in that role long before long before, yeah..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"My mom was like, that's my fault. Everybody just started laughing so hard because and it got it. I mean, we got the reaction out of the guy that we wanted and but your reaction was like, you loved it too. Like that wasn't acting, I feel. No, no, and that laugh, finger motherfucker. That was real. I was nervous actually after that take, I was like, oh God, dang it. Gavin, you messed it up. Like you laughed. And then they just, we moved on. And I'm like, okay, well, I guess they liked it. And I saw it in the show and I was like, okay, I totally see why they used it. But that was a real laugh. But it's those moments you're talking about. I think Emma touched on this too. It's those moments of improv those last minute moments where not everybody might be in on it. Yes. But that's why the show is part of the reason why the show is just so fabulous, right? For me, the best moment for me is when young Jesse's having beers with baby Billy and baby Billy is just trying to get him going, giving him beers, but not just giving him beers, but trying to set him off to go off on his dad. For me, that scene, the Coors light scene, that's one of the best scenes in the whole. For me, the best scenes in the whole show. I thought I was too. And I think if there's something that the show does so very good is intertwining comedy with drama. Love how they do that. And not only was it hilarious to watch, but it was, it was enjoyable because it was, it was dramatic. He was doing that for a reason. He was doing that to sabotage Eli and sort of control Jesse. And they just do a great job at intertwining not only comedy with the drinking the beer, but the way I acted in the way I embarrassed Eli. Yeah, yeah, great, great point. You know, and you mentioned Walton earlier, but is there, I don't know. Do you ever feel like, you know, does it ever hit you that, God, I'm in a scene with Walton Goggins? One of the best actors on the planet. Dude, so I didn't know much about Walton until I got, it was the first season, didn't know an awful lot about Walton. And you know, but you could tell that he had just by the way that he acted and performed. This guy's been in it for a while. Yeah. And I was nervous. I was intimidated, especially around John Goodman and Amy, goodness. Oh, my mind is just trying to blank. She's a singer. She's a singer and real, she's a single life, yes. I am going to be, I'm so mad at myself. I can't think of her name. Goodness. But I was so nervous around all of them because, you know, they've been in it for longer and Walton was one of those guys. Like you could tell, like I said, he'd just been in it for a while and but I didn't know everything about him and everything he's been in, but when we started filming that scene, I just was like, dude, this guy put it this way..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"And 5 minutes later, I'm underneath the donkey. I think David works. I mean, he'll just come up to you and say something. And just have you added in and he loves this shock factor. He will only tell the actor who he wants to improvise what's going on. So the rest and everybody else will have a shock to it. Oh yeah, that show. I mean, the ends of the first season where the guys are finding out and about who cheated on who? I mean, talk about shock factor. It's all over that. But you know, it is certainly a team effort. I see what you're saying. But I also see where like if you don't pull it off at the right time, it just doesn't work. And that's what I really love about you and Emma, is that you're just so natural in the role. And it's just, again, it could be a collaborative effort. It couldn't be. It sounds like it's collaborative effort, but let's say it wasn't the wrong actors. It's just, like I said, I don't want it to be too repetitive. It just doesn't work. You and Emma do a really great job of fitting into that team mold, the writing, the direction, the improvisation, the script, it all works just so wonderfully. Well, thank you, too. Yeah, man, I think, and that just goes back to me and Emma hidden it off so good. Emma knows that if there's anything she wants to try in the middle of the scene, I'm totally down for it if she wants to hit me in the face. With my hat off or something like that, she's comfortable enough with me. To just do it and not ask and to get that shock factor. Right. And same thing vice versa. So I really just, I think where a lot of that comes from is just how good me and Emma really just hit it off..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"A lot that once the episodes dropped and they were reviewed, I mean, there was article upon article about how you just nailed his mannerisms left and right, left and right. Same thing with Emma. But you know, I know you watch vice principals, which is phenomenal. But is there is he part of your casting as he part of your sitting in because he's because the younger version of himself, I would assume that he has a big say in that. I would think maybe I'm wrong. I don't know, but what do you think, Kevin? I have ran into him a few a few times on set and from what I have gathered, you know, he'll just sit behind the monitors either with Jodi or David while they're directing it. But really, no, I didn't get any direction. From Danny, as a matter of fact, he would just come up to me and we would just crack jokes and, you know, he would tell me that I'm doing a great job and that was about it. And a lot of people ask me that, they're like, were you being mentored or anything like that? And I really wasn't. He really let me have a lot of control with the way that I played Jesse. How about in getting the role Gavin? Was he a part of that? Was he a part of okay? I like this kid or it was that kind of more than just he was a part of me getting the role, but it was more of a behind the scenes thing. I got a callback and matter of fact the callback was on set while they were filming. And I guess David took a break from directing or maybe Jody was directing or Danny. And I sat face to face with David Gordon green and we sat and we did the lines, but then he was like, you know what?.

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Anything is on the table. So I would say it's probably probably me. But she's hilarious too. She might be the better rapper. Yes, 150. Yeah, and I totally, I knew the song, and I asked her when I talked to her. I'm like, who was that and I couldn't put my fingers around easy and I knew that. It was just the ultimate brain fart. But the one thing and we're going to go obviously to the righteous gemstones, and I don't want to go too out of order here, but I just want the thing I love about the two of you is that we have something planned down the road, but I'm not going to go into that now, but I just, I love the way the two of you are just so natural in your role. I watched roles where I'm like, that person, you know, it doesn't fit or this doesn't work. They could not have found two better choices than you and Emma for that rule. I mean, you and I were you were a topic in Emma was a topic of a guy I worked with. We talk about Russia's influence all the time. And we were just talking about how the two of you just are impeccably perfect for that role for those roles. Honestly, I feel the same way for Emma. I don't think anybody else could have played Judy as good as her and I think the reason why, because you're absolutely right. I mean, I watch TV. I'm the worst critic of ever since I became an actor. I'm constantly and even a filmmaker. I'm pointing out mistakes all the time. But you're a 100% right. You can sometimes just tell when the chemistry isn't there. Even on camera. And I think we got really, really lucky with I got really, really lucky with just how just how awesome Emma is..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:02 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Dude, me too. When I was younger, I wanted to get out of here, you know? I was sort of like, I wanted to travel. I wanted to go places, but the older I get, the more I realized how much of a gem, Georgia really is. Yes. And the people too, I think that's what a lot of filmmakers that are coming down here in production companies enjoy is the southern hospitality. That they might not get as much up north. And that's another reason we're just planning on staying here. Yeah, I get it. I get it. So, you know, I am going to address your shirt. We talked off air about this, but I have to say one of the greatest shows certainly on streaming. So Gavin, let me give you an old guy's perspective, then you could tell me what the young hip smart kid thinks. So I love it because it was released mid 80s. I think it was 84. I think it was 11. But you know, it means a lot to me because of where it was released. The time period, the music, freaking macho and Zappa. I love them, Elisabeth Shue. I love everything about it. I love the nostalgia. Somebody who's new, you just turned 18. What do you see in the show that you love so much about it? I'm always curious about that again, but what do you see in Cobra Kai that you just absolutely love? That's a great, that's a really good question. I love that you're asking me that. Honestly, man, I think it teaches so many important lessons. To everybody, especially mainly the youth, you know, teenagers and, you know, I watched the original movies and it also has this, it's almost like it's managed to capture the feeling that I get when I watch 80s movies. I don't know what it is. Watch 80s movie..

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"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"gaven" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Man. 5 kids in 5 siblings including yourself. Yes, sir. 5 siblings. Tell me about that house growing up tell me about what that's like. Oh man, it's crazy because everybody is different. Like polar opposite. I've got a brother who loves hunting and fishing and whereas with me, you know, I'm kind of in a way the opposite. I'm more of a computer dude. I guess you could say I'm more city like compared to what he does. But it's just, it's crazy. It's hard, but it comes with its own. Pros and cons. But it's definitely not easy. Well, I would hope you're a good computer guy 'cause you're currently you editing your own movie right now. Well, sadly, we had to push the filming off, but yeah, I do edit my own stuff and really, really hoping sometimes soon we can start working on that. Yeah, and the premise and we'll touch upon this. I think the premise is just so interesting. I think it's such a cool, I mean, for somebody who loves The Walking Dead and you being in Georgia, that's The Walking Dead haven, right? You know, so I'm looking forward to talking about that. So just a few things before we get rolling here. George, we speaking to Georgia. It is a hotbed now, right? Because there's so much filming that goes on in Georgia. So is it a good thing that you're living there? And auditioning, you can kind of be close to home when you're going for a role. I mean, granted, the pandemic aside, because that was all. But physically, that you're in a place where lots and lots of things are being filmed. Dude, it has been so very beneficial. When I first started acting, me and my family were just like, eventually, we're going to have to move to LA. We're just going to have to go there. And I never have even been on a plane before. So I've never been to LA, never been to, I don't think I've ever been more than 5 hours away from Georgia. It's crazy. I got very, very lucky. I started acting right as that transition was happening. Right. So you've never been on a plane in your life before? No, I haven't. We're hoping to travel sometime soon. I really want to go and visit Emma. In Los Angeles, sometimes soon. So I'm hoping we can do that. Yeah, so you're in your age. I've heard you say it's another interview. And I normally would never ask somebody their age, but you roughly 17. I'm 18, now I just turned 18. Happy believe in birthday, by the way, you have a February birthday, so happy bleed birthday. Thank you very much. Yeah, so I got to say, I think my first time in a plane was 21, so please don't feel like you're not a huge thing, but the last non acting thing I want.

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"gaven" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"gaven" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Anything else you want to highlight right now. I mean there's so much we could get into here but in our last couple minutes anything else. You wanna touch on in terms of sort of whether it's the new governor or other decision makers in state government. You know things you want to stress. That are better important. Will that this is the last gubernatorial election coming up under the old system With no campaign match and so work is going on on slowly but steadily to create that other campaign finances for new york state. Not a huge deal. the right now. It's lying below the radar and really help us do anything to not interfere with what's already going on and keep funding for that going The redistricting process. Probably you know. There's pollock stakeholder groups like ours that support independent redistricting all the good government groups and and it's not very popular frankly with the democratic super majorities in both houses. So we would we would ask them to allow an independent process happened but this is incredibly you know era because of trump in because of the bitterness with the republicans nationally and which is now also investing new york politics to upstate So you know that's gonna be. We expect the democrats to gerrymander the heck a and not very supportive beat inventive process. But you know all that. That's not the case but expected to be but as you say you know these are key issues. The last couple years have seen under cuomo. Not so odd. Because it's really the democrats senate push. Them is a huge explosion in voting rights which has been very bright spot in an otherwise really Discouraging government reform landscape and. Let me ask you finally. I want to return to something because this has been something interesting. That i've sort of noted. I tried to push state senator michael generis recently in a conversation about this and it's it's an important theme i think which is that even though super majority of democrats in both houses and they have advanced a lot of election reform voting reform as you said and some other things there does seem to be a pretty big gap between the assembly and the state senate in terms of sort of transparency Reform minded work. Can you say a little bit more about your assessment of that. Obviously some of it does go back as you mentioned the assembly speaker carl. Hasty you know used to be the the head of the bronx democratic county Apparatus you know in is as you said more of a behind closed doors operator when it comes to politics but any other thoughts unser that imbalance and how to how that law might be That logjam shorts might be broken where the senate has has passing things like some jayco performs but the assembly has yeah. I mean they're not way of looking at to is just change versus status quo and change energy in the senate is is you know vastly vastly greater than envy assembly where you have longer serving members Who are there who have worked away out through a supermajority over many many years and are used to that hierarchy whereas the democrats in state senate. Psychologically they've come in from all right. They were direct victims of almost gration. Abc and and the basic of that was probably leader industry as it's so. They had gaven chip on their shoulders about change. They want change their sincerity appetite for that. It doesn't exist in the assembly. And it's by far the biggest issue in for groups at want government reform or really want. Albany change interesting all right. We'll we'll we'll be watching that and much more john. Kenny executive director reimbur- albany. Really appreciate the time. And thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me.

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"gaven" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"gaven" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"John and ken show john kobylt. Ken chiampou folks. Kfi am six forty everywhere on the iheartradio app by the name of erica sandberg's poor. She's a consumer finance reporter based in san francisco. She writes for the city turtle and her latest column is how she became a shoplifter. Five minutes and thief. It's called in gaven. California crime is too easy and she writes. On july thirtieth. I walked into a target store on four th in mission street in san francisco with an intention to steal just a few days before i was at the same store. When i entered a man was leaving carrying boxes full of expensive household items. He headed toward the escalators. That led to the mall lobby below then out to the street watching as he breezed past the checkout line shouted hey stop that thief automatic response. The words sounded sill even archaic. Aren't you do something to security guard. He took his head a man watching the scene leaning on his bike said to me. Hey you're on the offensive. You can't do that. Not interested in arguing with a stranger about freedom of speech. I went back to the store curious. About what else i see. I witnessed people filling bags and backpacks. The sort of items all left nonchalantly no running dramatically leaping into waiting getaway cars. This wasn't the organized retail. Crime gavin. Newsom recently acknowledged. It was casual. Take what you want for personal use for a quick sale on the corner with the proceeds feeding a habit and she mentions what we all know. Gold proposition forty seven from two thousand fourteen. But apparently what she decided to do next. It's to prove how easy it was. She decided to take something herself. She went back to target and she took a video journalist named jenny xiao with her and they event the yeah they went to the store went to display of coffee makers on sale for forty nine dollars. They weren't locked behind glass. So i picked up a box.

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"gaven" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"gaven" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Am six hundred eight. John and ken show brian for john. Ken today tamari. Then i'll be tim conway junior wednesday tonight Mark thompson and his farts. Because he's a vegan is tim. conway junior will confront him about his flatulence at approximately five fifty nine. I don't i really. Because i don't have any skin in the game in regards to the catholic church but we'll get to this but the little it around the vatican's highest court and they have a car. You know that i don't. I'm not catholic. The vatican's highest court issued a document on monday approved by pope francis. Strongly reiterating catholic teaching. That priests may not under any circumstances reveal information learned inside the confessional bought bottom line. I don't know if they are right now. I thought they were mandatory reporters but you know a nurse. A teacher police officer fire person Can anyone else think of anything else that they're mandatory reporters in other words. If they see signs of abuse and they don't report it they're criminally liable. And this this was part of gabriel fernandez de buckle One of many debacles that your la county dcfs has been involved in that. That teacher did her job and she said Yeah bruises cigarette burns beebees embedded under his skin. There might be abuse happening and let me literally effectively. Nothing effective with done. And so you have a you know a very high profile. Another dead body on the pilot dead bodies at the feet of dcfs but so anyway. The catholic church is saying those. Aren't my pants. Basically well you know. I know that i i guess. Do we all agree that matthew mcconaughey besides we. He's running for governor of texas in texas. It is governor. And that that much we know now he would probably if if if gavin is recalled and believe me the line forms here want them recalled. I just On september fourteenth. I i. I'm not feeling the momentum except except this. I know there will be power outages in july and august and they will land at his feet. So i'm i wanna be the guy but you know what i'm saying. It's it's as as sure as august is going to be hot af there will be power outages because here. We are july and august. And we know that there's a weather condition that happens in the two hottest months in southern california when the heat don't show up the wind stops blowing and as we all know here in the world's most modern place if the wind blows too hard your lights go out and with the wind doesn't blow your lights go out and then every single day absolutely like clockwork. The sun goes down the solar panels. Stop working So we know that for those of you that are not solarmax customers. You're going to lose your power and that goes that that should be right at gaven's feet and now you're you're seeing the spots that he's running and all that That the stop the republican because he understand the one thirty you. Democrats had signed the petition. No no no. You're republicans you're maga- proud boy Three percenters is what you are. You think you're democrats. You may even be of minority status and gavin supporter. No no no no you're now you're now republicans so that anyway. Meanwhile in texas america is growing hair in parts of its body that it never has before. Here's matthew mcconaughey. With more happy birthday america. Yes indeed as we celebrate our independence today as we celebrate our birth is a nation. A day that kickstarted a a revolution to gain our sovereignty freedom. Happy birthday america are over. Yes indeed as we celebrate our independence today as we celebrate our birth as a nation. A day that kickstarted a revolution to gain our sovereignty freedom. Let's admit that this last year trip around the sun was also another head scratcher Well it's also remember that we are babies you know as a country. We're basically gone through puberty in comparison to other countries timelines And anyone else grossed out by that the purity analogy. It's year to how by the way how. If it's seventeen seventy six two thousand twenty one again. I was told there'd be no math but anyway what's it's up there. I'll tell you what it's like. Two hundred thirty eight years and we're fine to forty five and we're finally growing hair down. They're gonna go grown paint and we are going through growing pains. This is not an excuse to say this is history alley and this is good because we gotta keep learning. We gotta keep maturing. Our mom is asking embarrassing questions about why there's tube socks under the under the bed and mushy you know. In striving to keep climbing. We got to keep building and we gotta make sure we maintain hope along as we are dad as checking out. Are you earl history. And just it's embarrassing. This america puberty dini to evolve. Why because the two we are. Why because the alternative socks. I believe that america and you and i i believe. We're an aspiration. i we're constantly in motion. Were on the way trying to get wiser. Trying to get braver. Trying to dream more trying to do more china to to to be more fair. Take the right kind of responsibilities to gain the right kind of freedoms are dad is noticing that somebody skimming off vodka a little bit and then or dads noticing that the vodka really seemed watered down lately or something like that and we gotta keep realizing that we're place where our individual pursuits and desires need to be appreciative and supportive of our collective responsibilities. As americans hint the united states of america sure where each unique where each independent. We have innate abilities that others don't have does anyone doubt that he's running for office because he's stringing together a like plateful and nothing burners. he's he's doing like i said the show. I'll take speeches. I could make ninth grade. Alex but as with all things matthew mcconaughey eventually at around the two minute market starts to fall apart. Let me let me spare you all Twenty seconds or we are And how and where we wanna go from here on the way to be in the best we can be now. What if that was a song that each of us.

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"gaven" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"gaven" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Since it are crowded. So In love with you Broke the news Saw me country by surprise. A singles to Trump follows of your I know. You could miss me Web Told me that you fell upon, uh, kill off first me like I wasn't there. Trust too little like guilty. It is. We'll take your car when I know. Take me back. Single C in Seoul. Another started the other day. I just think that I would always send some fix said I should never say you're I broke your heart like someone get somebody. You love me for a second time? I don't know why. I beg you. Because he me back because I want to say, Save your tears for another. I'll feel like eyes that much to lay You serve someone better. T is what other days Girl. I'll make you cry. That's for another day. Seven years for 11. 143 my FM. Yeah. More music, more variety, 60 minutes Commercial free. Mhm. No. I want to hold them like they do and take this place full. Don't let him hit me. Raise it, baby. Stay with me. I love it Love game on Jewish in play the cards with spades to start and after he's been hooked up, play the one that's on his heart. Go. Oh, I'll get him hard. Show him. What? Yeah. Oh, I'll get him Show him water got killed. And read a place you know about killing five carried my will know we can't read a good face. Face. The book of Face. I Want to roll with him my heart that we will be a little gaven in his from when you're with me rest. Is not the same without a gun and.

"gaven" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"gaven" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Attack and it's a form of violence. It's a form of violence in a different way. You know i mean he. I mean the way. He acts that moment so he's literally pissing on the guy that's what the guy beats him so severely after right and i agree he could afford. I'm sure he could afford and he's not finding because he's not afraid but i think you wouldn't stand in front of the guy. If he was afraid for that long. But i think he he knows greater levels to to take people down and the guy being racist he could deal with losing a fistfight to black guy then Being being less intelligent than right. I i totally agree. He really he'd he takes on that scene but to gas went. I think there is something where he at the end. He has the opportunity to run and his That guy who comes in his co worker who comes in like is like oh take the fire exit a cover for you kind of thing. But he doesn't he he just like gives an i think that to gav gaven's point i think is a is different. It's a totally different situation and like totally different by him. But the scorpion The scorpions stings the frog while the frog is still swimming. The scorpion sting the frog when he gets across. The scorpion has a self destructive nature as well. That's right a frog asked him as sinking. Why did you do this. Cause the whole reason why the frog thinks he won't get stung by scorpions because the scorpions not stupid. He's not going to sting me when he needs me to Live so he thinks he's the he's safe at least while he's swimming but the scorpions ruins things. I'm halfway across. And i think it's the same thing with him not not running. I think it makes him more. The scorpion like a scorpion He his urge to destroy others mixed in with urge to destroy himself and like.

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"gaven" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"gaven" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"If you're a high enough recruit, you probably not going to be in the. the AHL even depends on how good you are like a connor mcdavid type thing. Well. The other thing is I off. The gentleman that was injured with crew was name was Eddie Gaven. In turn. What year? That was that? Was I? Think it was twenty thirteen. But absolutely that was not but that was the year before the Affiliation. And I remember crew fans were not happy about the relation the next year. But anyway, they're still not happy that the Dutch lines exists but Yeah that that's if you search twitter. But that was my that was my point was that the affiliation by itself will not guarantee. And kind of and attendance or any kind of bump and overall. Just dumb appearance. It's got to be with promotions with marketing. It's got to be with another thing that link mention that is a strong game day experience in. Going off on another quick tension. I don't believe. In sort of in hindsight I don't think you really need a super fancy stadium to get a great atmosphere granted. It's GonNa be a lot harder but You can still get something big and dynamic. It's Sorta can't miss if you will. If you put enough working to it. I, agree and that's that's a nice argument I can see both sides of the coin on that. As I go back into Jonathan's thoughts. Dayton was always good at putting butts and seats for hockey games that being said, ice hockey is an expensive sport you I mean. You know. Can I mentioned some real quick for high school hockey I thought that was the sport that's Lee schools had I mean in Cincinnati, Dayton. There's only twelve schools that have it I believe. Whereas water polo seventeen in Ohio. So you know, I'm wrong. That sport I'd like team water polo. and One of the Cincinnati schools. Is really successful in it. It's either same exer-. Molar CENEX is really good at swimming. They've won like that does not surprise me. Almost. That's the name that's even during my swimming crab heard Saint plenty of times. I think they won what? Seventeen eighteen straight state titles. It's just it's. I mean, it's it's crazy but anyway both John Galleon. JT's Abbas thoughts. Are you know they've really tightened up a lot and I think both gentlemen? Ford. So I want scroll down a little bit I. Think in order to do that, you would have to put a team out there. That's competitive more often than not. So pretty much you have to come in with a thought that, hey, we're going to be like, no one thirty team just because for new and we're not gonNA use the where new experience you've gotTa. You gotTa have at least some fight to it. So that makes sense. Well. Going back to my thing again, about promotion marketing, the phrase I like to say is winning isn't everything but it helps and going back and I got another sort of analogy to. Go back to that dumb, the Dayton dragons obviously, I mean, they've sold out every game in their history for century or whatever. and. This how many years have they had a winning season Seven. Yeah And on top of that, how many times into the playoffs just seven times? Yeah, I. It's something that I. It's something that we talk about in the official scores room. It's just 'cause we we like talking about the dragons team. You know let's that's funny. A guy that has a sports podcast likes talking about the team me that. We talk about that occasion..

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South China Sea, Military Analyst and Gaven Reefs discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

South China Sea, Military Analyst and Gaven Reefs discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Fleet is confirming that a Chinese destroyer came close to a navy ship in the South China Sea and was forced into a maneuver to avoid a collision. A spokesman says it happened Sunday near gaven reefs when the destroyer came within forty five yards of the USS, Decatur CBS news military analyst

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