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Fresh update on "gillan" discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:00 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gillan" discussed on /Film Daily

"Staffer chris evangelista. Oh hello all right guys. Let's just jump right into the news. Today i up is some thor love and thunder casting news. So if you don't want to know anything at all about this movie maybe skip ahead a few minutes. But karen gillan has confirmed that she will be coming back to play the character of nebula in thor love and thunder. This is the well multiple characters now from the. Mcu are from a non th or franchise have been confirmed to be coming back into the marvel universe in this thor sequel. So we know that. Chris pratt's star lord coming back and now we have official confirmation from karen. Gillan herself saying that she is coming back to reprise her role as nebulous. So i mean we can only assume now that the rest of the guardians including it but he drax end mantis and rocket and grouped will be joining the the rest of the cast as well all the sort of make sense considering how avengers endgame ended with sore joining the guardians of the galaxy or the as guardians of the galaxy is he referred to them so this is not super surprising. I wonder what you guys think about the second part of this news which this is a little bit more spoiler spoiler. I should say So again if you're if you're a little hesitant of give you just know a few seconds too fast forward find podcast button or whatever if you're like washing dishes dry your hands off and fast. I don't wanna ruin this for anybody. In case it's played up as a big surprise in the movie but there is another report going around that matt damon have joined the cast of this movie. And i wanna throw this out to you guys. Because matt damon obviously appeared in thor ragnarok and a very brief brad. You're you're the on the superhero. Beat all the time. What do you make of matt damon potentially joining the cast of this film. I wonder just how big of a role he is. Because you know this this funny bit Cameo that he made in thor ragnarok. You know Playing in actor playing key in a play making loki. Look like this big dramatic hero. And so i wonder if it's just another cameo or if taika white t has somehow figured out to how to make that character into a more prominent one in the sequel i mean anything is possible with taika 'cause he took the ragnarok and really fun directions but Yeah it's i if anything. I'm just more intrigued than than anything to see what met him. It will be doing chris. Debbie thoughts about how matt damon's character might be involved here because theoretically a lot of the as guardians were destroyed by thanos in in the. Do we know he's playing the same character i mean. Is there a chance easily. Just playing something completely different. Oh interesting. I think there is that chance. Yeah i feel. I feel like that would be more interesting than being like. Remember that that as guardian actor. He's back. i don't really care about that. Like i'd be i'd be more. He was playing someone new. And i'd also be interested. They didn't address it. I don't want them to be like you. Look like that guy from the last movie wrangling. I don't care about that. Just give me something okay. All right Well yeah we'll have to wait and see The nature of his role and the extent of his role is still pretty mysterious. Seems like an australian news report. Basically just said that matt damon and his family arrived in sydney. And they're going to be quarantining ahead of the a his work on the production of the movie. So it could be another cameo could be something a little bit more substantial We know that matt damon is friends with chris. Hemsworth antiquity so it makes sense but that he would be called back into action here so yeah we'll have to see visiting. He's like stopping by in the middle of the deadly pandemic just risking his family's left with friends movie stars aren't like you and me ben. They do crazy. Oh maybe he's playing jason born. Ooh but because it's It's it's thor it'll be like he'll changes identity so it's space borne bread. I refuse to acknowledge that. Let's let's move on to our next story which is we have new news about a willy. Wonka prequel film chris. Give us the update about this project. Oh boy do i have to. So this has been kicking around for a while like earliest mention i could find is two thousand sixteen but in two thousand eighteen. We learned that. Paul king who directed the the first to paddington. Films was going to be making a willy wonka prequel movie with a script from simon rich. Who wrote a an american pickle. The seth rogan pickle movie and that was two thousand eighteen and we haven't really heard much about it since then Until today on today it's been confirmed. That warner brothers is moving ahead with the film. And it's as a official release date which is march seventeenth. Twenty twenty three. Which of course can always change but the fact that it has released eight proves at warner brothers. Israeli moving forward us Paul king simon. Richard both still involved. And there's also a rumor. This comes from collider who didn't break the story but they backed by saying either tom holland or timothy. Shallow may be considered to play young willie wonka because is really boring. And they can't think of two other young actors christie think that this is one of those cases where you know those guys names are on a list because their their names are on a list for every role you know every male character from this age this age. Oh yeah absolutely will project or do you think that they're actually like you know it's down to these two are like these two are like in legitimate consideration of Both of these guys are very busy. Actors like so. I wouldn't be surprised if neither of them ended up with the part. But i'm sure like you said there is like there's a list and those two names are are at the top of the list right now because they're they're hot. Young actors of the hollywood is like i said they're they're boring and predictable over there and they just go with whatever's popular and right now. Those guys are popular so whether or not they end up in the film you know who knows lemme spring something on you. I i agree with you that tom holland are sort of boring picks for this and and really don't sound like the right fit for a young willie wonka but do you have anybody in mind. Chris that you think would be a better fit for this part man. You know first of all this. Shouldn't i don't give a shit about this movie at all attacking ball i i guess he's he's not quite quote unquote young enough anymore. But if i depict. I would go with like jig just because i know he can play like weird over the top stuff like you know for for a while. Hollywood is trying to pigeonhole into that. Generic leading man stuff like prince of persia and stuff like that and Yeah he himself put his foot down was like i would rather do more interesting things. And since then he's been delivering very quirky odd performances. In things you know like joe or even the john mullany sack lunch special where he played mr music. Like if you're going to give if you're going to make a willy wonka movie That's that's the number one name that comes to mind for that basically. Just want a really. Just wanna see a full mr music movie at this point. I guess that's what i'm going for you but it sounds like they want much younger actors. Because i don't know how old jake john is but he's not. He's clearly older than tom. Holland. and yeah timothy shalam. Feel like i remember. I was frantically trying to find this. But i can't do it while can't multitask this quickly. But i feel like several years ago. There was a rumor that ryan gosling been contention for this role in again. I don't know if that was just like his name was on a list or if that was actually being that close to happening in the movie get delayed or brad own. Oppose the same to you. Do you have any thoughts. About which i guess. Younger actor out there might be a better fit for Wonka or or if you want to make your case for why hollander shalam might be good for it. I'm all ears I'm not interested in tom. Hollander tim show take miserable. Because then it's just willy wonka who fucks and no one wants or needs that and I just it seemed like that..

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2 More Bodies Found At Tijuana Home Where Garden Grove Couple Buried

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

2 More Bodies Found At Tijuana Home Where Garden Grove Couple Buried

"Florence county couple found dead in Tijuana I'm city perky that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty the son in law of a missing garden Grove couple is behind bars after the bodies were found buried beneath a dirt floor in a Tijuana home according to the union Tribune two more bodies were also found buried seventy year old his whose Ruben Gomez Gillan and his wife sixty five year old Maria to race like a lan went missing earlier this month authorities believe robbery may have been the motive for the

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"gillan" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"gillan" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"The logic of the whole thing is important and also just suspense and build up an timing kind of like comedy the setup and the payoff. I think if you get that right right then then you're in a good position I think but you really have to pay off if you set up and it's difficult because it's hard to make things actually scary when you see them Uh of course and also with horror too because a lot of it's not high budget like maybe you didn't you couldn't that shot that day for like the prosthetics for the monster monster in all of those things. Yeah it's it's difficult. It was hard in my short film because I have a little bit of cheeky monster. There the credits as cheeky monster. was that next time next time next. What are you excited excited about right now? Like what is what is making you happy. How are you staying fulfilled in your crazy nonstop work schedule good question and what is it? I think just being creative is probably it good like I do that and then I go out and then I make more stuff and then I go and that's it that's pretty much it and I could do that for the rest of my life and I'd be like yeah. I did that right. That's that's really healthy. Because so many people I think get so caught up in the pursuit of the next thing or keeping this or not losing that. I mean it's all that kind of ego stuff that you referenced before that can really topple people in people that seemingly have everything they just seem like dead inside an empty. Well yeah because that's that's not the thing that's GonNa make you happy. You don't realize that at the time you know but when you get it the goalposts move all the time so if you get it it's like what's the next thing yeah. I don't think anyone really ever sits back and goes like okay. Did it done you know. There's always something more and so therefore that's not where the happiness comes from. It's hard to you. It's hard to see it because I don't think anyone ever feels different. Especially when your circumstances changed I don't think people they still feel like that same person. Yeah when they were first starting starting out. It's true and everything's temporary like the high of achieving something or getting something isn't GonNa last forever temporary high right. That's how did you learned that there was a new or no. I think I've just been watching youtube interviews with tech moguls. Also unlike seeing themselves something for a billion dollars which is obviously like a lot of people's dream and then they say that they're happy for about four days and then it goes back to normal normal right because it's the new reality so it is is really about the embracing the process stuff for just or just figuring out you know so you think it's yeah I think personally for me. It's like sort of deciding the I am enough worthy of all of these things without needing validation outside of myself. Oh my God. That's incredible. I mean that's the that is dumb most valuable lesson anyone I think could ever learn. Yeah I'm working on it. I haven't fully achieved that and I think we all need to work on that consistently. Well no but yeah I mean you look back at the history of philosophy there. They were philosophers who were old men who are like. I'm still trying to you know like I don't think it's ever. I wonder if maybe sometimes we have this false cinematic idea events like the goalpost like I'm going to cross it and it's all going to be on. Yeah no it's never you always have to remind yourself. Yeah you know for the for always raise. I know it's yeah it's interesting to sort of reach that place of total happiness and I don't know if anyone really does do they. I don't know because I don't think people chase happiness like a drug. Yeah like it's some sort of a spike that you're supposed to feel rather than just a state of of like peace and contentment. Yeah those are better words I think oh they are because happiness. You can't beat out all the time. Because emotions come in waves they spike and then they drop and of course they do because we're humans bright but to be content and at peace says another thing and I think that we can strive towards that that is just such an incredible. It's just an incredible thing to know. It makes me happy that you know that because you know it does because I just such a great I consider you a friend just great person and so inspiring all the different stuff that you do and it makes me happy that you're happy like it makes me happy. You're at a place where not only is going well. But you're but you as a person as Karen are really not asking to speak to the manager like you've we know now I'm always going to ask the goddamn manager. You see what is good. Yeah definitely and you know. I'm not exempt from those moments where I'm like. I wish I achieved this by now. Like I have those moments but then I come back from them because I can remember what we just talked about it right right right right right is do you. Do you read any philosophy or do you read a psychology essays. You do. Yeah that's all I read. Is there a site that you like or particular essays that you enjoy the quality to date. Yeah just have reconvened on Google just looking into conditions or all sorts of weird things. That's fantastic fantastic. Yeah it's really really interesting and helpful for acting well it also I would imagine for the storytelling to motivation character. Motivations that's where it really comes into play so besides people looking to external sources to find happiness rather than figuring out how to just be happy with themselves. What are what are some of the psychological optical trends of the day that you're noticing like in today's society? I don't know I don't know if I can think of any specific a to today. I mean we have social media which is certainly having an effect on yeah. I don't know if it's particularly different to what we already do as humans. We're looking for validation from people right but but on a weird messed up scale. Well Yeah it's just amplified. I don't know that it's like very different and like I think it's the same as wanting to be popular in high school right but it's just on a different platform and there's more people involved. Yeah I can't even imagine being a kid today okay and I was talking to a friend of mine about who has a bit of a social media following and I was like I can't when you were a kid it was challenging enough to just sort of fit into your immediate community but in that community there were it was just a fitting into a smaller group where you're trying to figure out your place in a smaller room and now it's like you're competing with the world. A fake heightened version of the world's. Yeah I mean the comparison aspect of it is is scary because you're looking at people's lives that aren't necessarily real and you're comparing it to your own life. Vinit can suddenly make everything seem much more miserable than it might have had not seen on social media right. So that's the new affect. I think I hope someday you are comfortable optimal enough to give a talk about stuff like that because I really yeah because I think people would listen to you and I think people would really I think I think you could affect the world in very positive ways as if you've heard some of these ideas because I think people do listen to you and kids should idea ted talk you could do a tedtalk. That'd be really scary but I'm into it okay. You can talk. Yeah Karen Time Talk. That's another branch of my studio but it is. It is helpful helpful. The people and I think it's when when people have healthy perspectives on especially when celebrities unhealthy perspectives. On this stuff. Yeah 'cause you 'cause kids look to people like you and they go oh she must have everything figured out in the ceiling handle. I remember everything figured out but these are some of the things that I also worry about X. Y. Z.. I just think people would probably go like okay. Maybe I am enough and I don't need to worry about all that. Yeah I would love it if I could make someone feel like that. That'd be really cool. What's next you're let's see you're here today? Are you doing anything else today. or You have one more phone interview. And then I'm done done for the day the day for the week. What and then more more press next week then back to Scotland Than Your Own Mexico are you is there is it more? US Presser you have to go to another country you're just in the US. Los Angeles Fantastic pastic. Is there anything else you WanNa promote deserve anything else. Call of the wild with a dog and Harrison. Ford is coming out at at the end of February. And it's really good fit the dog before Harrison Ford. You have to. It's funnier that way. It even means dog frenzies and Harrison. Ford he'd he was on the podcast like six seven seven years ago and it was rough. It was rough it was because he was like I blame me but he was sort of like me why because he was I think he used to kind of do the singer he was sort of like he kinda play. This character of sort of grumpy guy. I you know. Just talk with people but maybe there was a little bit of that too and I just I just devolved into the fandom so fat I mean we've had some form of why blaming gap. I mean. It's like some people it's like the first time I got to work with a muppet and it was like how could I not. I just like tear up because it's like it's so reelect dealer into your childhood. Yeah and that was him and it was just like I just kind of melted melted down. I mean it wasn't a disaster. I go home and listen to that. You're fine if you're going to. It's IT'S A it's a linear meltdown. And but but my feeling was like look I should have been more emotionally prepared like. He's going to give me his time which is very valuable. It's like riding a horse. I should have been able to ride that horse that I got on in those moments. I don't know it was it was. I was found girling over him when I was shooting the movie I think he is. Something happened in because he had that he had the plane crash scare. I talked to him about. You did well after that. I noticed like when I would see him on panels does it COMECON. He had anything to do with it but when he came back for the Force Awakens panel he was genuinely touched. He seemed genuinely happy to A. B. Their new perspective perspective. He was. He seemed excited to talk about star. Wars like he seemed appreciative of the fans navy at changed him. I wonder if it did. I mean it's a scary thing to happen. I'm sure it must have. Yeah I can't believe you talked about it. Yeah I tried to make jokes about it. You did yeah because I I don't know why I thought that would be funny. God then he didn't find it. Funny I you know where you're like. Why Hi why have I done that Harrison? For sometimes there's nervous energy and you kind of want to you. Know he was talking about it in kind of casual way which led me to believe..

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The Astrology of Halloween 2019

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

09:44 min | 1 year ago

The Astrology of Halloween 2019

"A little one. I'm going to have one coming out right after this with a lot more information in coming up here are macrame this just before Halloween but the incredible is an Scorpio and just wanted knowledge how amazing this is above that will give us this incredible opportunity to like seriously do Halloween right now if you're listening to this later let's just bring it in for for those and we are officially moving into the winter and we are celebrating death and transformation big deep into your attachment style to see what is the stuff happening lean this season is the opportunity to absolutely experienced this clean let's see your shadow side led see that come out into the light ecology and so important to how we attach and so important to how we experience life Scorpio to light that energy up but Athena she comes into the ancient wisdom the ancient tuition that lives inside of us sure has a shadow and alight side right you can see both sides right so where does your blood come wrapped into it have you read the methology of your ancestors console timidly a reflection of mythology write there's thing that asks you to tap into from et even worse it can start to build like a monster and take over right without the shame and guilt that is Halloween retrograde in Scorpio I'll be damned and it's interesting because I think of Athena as the feminine Sir Jupiter Mercury is the Messenger God for all and he wants to into transition into Haiti's land right Mercury Gillan idea of being the messenger of people get to know other people shadow to to to see with no space. That's also fantastic right you can you can do that. Great that is the beauty of Halloween and both messengers are really and last but certainly not leases are beautiful friend Venus the goddess and that is the homework that I laid out for October was to really get familiar infancy that created our attachment style I mean the the the information garwe out of that good narrow therapies and amd -tations that can go into the deep deep deep brainwave state to shift we can actually experience more authentic love right more honest brace with the Gods and Goddesses have bestowed upon us one another in the space of transformation in the space ancestoral knowing that ancestral wisdom and what better place to do that then on Halloween so this is a quick happy Halloween episode just a very thet more than anything plane with the shadow I really two thousand and nineteen in charge

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Brad Burkhart, Boris Johnson And Britain discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Brad Burkhart, Boris Johnson And Britain discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"Good morning I'm Brad Burkhart brags it hand hardliner Boris Johnson has won the race to lead Britain's governing Conservative Party and will become the country's next prime minister correspondent Steve Kassebaum reports Johnson will be installed as prime minister in a formal handover from Theresa may tomorrow conservative member of parliament Cheryl Gillan made the announcement by giving notice the bar is Johnson is elected as the leader of the prime minister thank the outgoing PM Theresa may for her service we are once again going to believe in ourselves and what we can achieve like from slumbering giant we're going to rise and paying off the guy ropes though so he vowed to follow through on the campaign promise I say to all the doctors do we are in a jar is the country we're gonna get breaks it down and Boris Johnson said they will defeat liberal leader Jeremy Corbyn I'm Steve

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Footage of Trump and Epstein partying with women in 1992 emerges

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Footage of Trump and Epstein partying with women in 1992 emerges

"Jeffrey Epstein is due back in a New York court later today where he is expected to learn from a federal judge whether or not he will be granted bail as as he awaits trial on new sex crimes charges involving children underage girls and we have an update now on the footage found by our morning joe producers from back in Nineteen ninety-two that shows trump watching and commenting on women with Epstein who is now a sex offender and accused sex trafficker at trump's mar a lago estate. This is when it was private. It was not a club yet open to others according into the New York Times that party took place the same year trump hosted an off camera affair with abstain at mar-a-lago during which they were the only male guests and they had more than two dozen what they're called calendar wonder girls flown in to provide them with entertain just the only chest and Donald Trump wait hold on twenty eight young women you mean just because they're donald trump in upstate and a lot of others you saying yeah in that event. They flew in twenty-eight quote. Yes girls are you saying it was the only people at mar-a-lago were already and trump were Epstein Donald in that video that we unearthed you see Epstein another Letterman Donald Trump leering at women's sort of salivating and looking at them as they're dancing and making some sort of comments that 'cause Epstein to double over in laughter this <hes> sex offender who is accused of sex trafficking but in the background you see Gillan Maxwell. I'm not sure if I have her name right but she is a British socialite who is accused of being epsteins recruiter of underage girls whose film <hes> who who brought them in recruited them and gave them money on. She's there in the background at there. She is what the white shirt show dancing now. What is he saying helps because I understand when Donald Trump said and shows that he that he loved? What did you say Jeffrey? Epstein Epstein was a great guy and he really loved women just like Donald. He loved women almost as much as donald did but then he'd look really young women I now we. I guess we understand look at these looking at women. Women get over themselves so president trump told reporters in the Oval Office last night last week that he had a falling out and was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein. I guess this is when he was a fan. While the nature trump trump's falling out with Epstein remains unclear the Times reports the Times reports trump told associates that he banned at stained from mar-a-lago after a worker at Trump's club <hes> was recruited to be a masseuse for Epstein while others close to add teen Klay Business Transaction related to a Florida property ended their relationship in two thousand sixteen. The paper says then candidate trumps allies worked to minimize his association with Epstein while noting that former President Bill Clinton had also been friends with the wealthy financier it also reports that during a deposition in twenty ten lawsuit accusing him of set a traffic in children for sex at St in declined to answer whether he and trump tom had ever socialized in the presence of underage girl John Heilemann. We're getting this morning from Vanity Fair that they're about to be two thousand documents that are going to be releasing obscene case which will likely likely reveal the associations between Epstein a number of

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America, Steve Gillan Galen And Yellen discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

America, Steve Gillan Galen And Yellen discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"A new book is out on John F. Kennedy junior as the twentieth anniversary of his death approaches the intimate portrait America's reluctant prince was written by his close friend and former teaching assistant Steve Gillan Galen spoke live on WDBJ John never used his clout to help himself that he would use it to help his friend Yellen said JFK son wanted his own legacy to extend beyond the family name so that's why we created George magazine while he worked like everyone else fifteen sixteen hours a day for weeks at a time to try to launch that magazine John wanted to be known for his accomplishments in terms of media yeah John had a love hate relationship with the paparazzi Tuesday is the twentieth anniversary of John F. Kennedy junior staff a any will air a biography special on him

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Explainer 162: Why does Russia want a sovereign internet?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 162: Why does Russia want a sovereign internet?

"Itself. Rushes segment of it brunette was once virtually free of regulation for long long time from its bath in the mid nineteen ninety s to the of this decade ruined was a place of permission, Tony and almost unlimited possibilities. But since the start of ladder Putin's that Thomas president in twenty twelve it has come under increasing pressure. Posting reposting and slightly seditious information canal land you into big trouble. And indeed in jail. It's also prohibited to disrespect the forties or disseminate fake news. Just this week. For instance, an internet user in central Russia was taken to court for calling President Putin and unbelievable quit. And that's not to mention the government's continuous efforts to shut down the encrypted messaging service telegram, or it systems that also show at work should keep that data inside Russia or its ever-growing blacklist of banned websites. Clearly, the Russian authorities are not super happy with internet. Well, then they thought let's isolate roulette from the rest of the world or for the sake of cybersecurity. Of course, you think that's restrictive listen to this. That's Russian lawmaker Gillan Zilina defending the government's clampdown on the internet. What our rights they are lack of freedom. The more rights you have the less free. You are. She's also said of a recent move to introduce yoga classes, imprisons that yoga makes you gaze Reten. The so called digital sovereign to Bill has now passed through both chambers of the Russian parliament's. Ginny printing, it gives the government the power to manage all network connections inside the country and to stop it internet traffic from being routed through foreign service. But only event of an external threat that is if another country decides to disconnect Russia from the global web. This is one of the bill's authors Andre. Be digital the Khazal to. Moore's Mr. shitting, we have proven beyond all doubt that Russia can indeed plugs from the internet, and I mean by the United States, particularly. She's but even Hignett's putting his idea into practice would be quite challenge, given Russia's coun- technological and economic capabilities. In fact, most telecoms experts say that's just not possible. Also question marks over the project's costs over really have now a rough estimates, and they are really. One thing is clear though, Russia will stop it nothing to protect its borders physical virtue, and if that means restricting its people's freedoms. Oh, well, this isn't the first time, and it won't be the last for Monaco AmEx. According.

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"gillan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It was really into that Muncie. Blaze. Fame. Bookie stove and restaurant. But then he's slamming. The the cabinets close. He's. Yeah. Yeah. I'm looking at the scene right here that he's talking about EMU rhapsody. Let me let me see here. Look the gun on the kitchen ways. And the American impression look angry lizard. Your best work. In flying this. He's talking about cuts. This can I bought it for Sunday church. How? This got nine native of ethically. And you must be man. You don't. Brian. Whiplash who's the Irish guy playing his demand? Whatever he's always game. Yeah. He's on the wire to Gillan. He was on the wire to play a guy anyway, always planes easily. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No, actually, not a weasel. No think he is just because. He's actually not we okays Yemen. You know that there's somebody got paid. They can't pain the fuck out of this to the to the to the this does not deserve. It don't stay strong. And it's I'm not gonna argue anybody else's opinion. But I strongly believe that this does not deserve best pitching shears fucked on deserve best editing. I wouldn't give it best actor. I I I like Romney Monica, but the movie is just kind of. But I can see how you feel like performance in a movie where you ain't got really. Best actor someone someone brings dimension and to a character. And this. Caricature. We'll see how many with them. You've got a gift. So tell me what makes creed any different from all of the other wannabe Rockstars. I'll tell anybody. Misfit to belong together. Playing to the other misfits the outcome right at the back of the room. Pretty sure they don't belong either. We belong. Maybe maybe it's for most editing. Well, they win. Now, the stretch homeschooling, Dan, I'm laughing on Twitter page, they look Look at at this. this. Where?.

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"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"We face daily as delicate humans along with some other shit that I find funny and relatable, I'm at a very fragile place in my life, and I need to proceed with the utmost cautions that I have a chance at a future because the way things are going at the moment. I don't think I have much of one. I hope you'll stick with me through the journey. But I understand if you decide otherwise as usual, I'm so grateful for your support. And I'm excited to bring you a show that both you and I will be able to enjoy. Love always mother. It's mother because you guys are my children. If you didn't know that. So what that means is a sensually same show different name nod as heavy on the serious shit. I'm not here to be an educator. I'm here to have fun and to connect with people. That's how I wanted it to be at the beginning and going into thousand nineteen I need to be much more true to myself, and that a step one and step two is openly admitting that I listened to the phantom of the opera soundtrack at least four times a week. And I'm okay with it. I'm just starting two thousand nineteen an honest place. So with that being said, I'll take a couple of weeks off maybe three so I can get a new logo and figure out how the show is actually going to go. And once I do that I will be back, and I hope you'll be here to again, it's going to be me and pretty much the same old shit. I just don't want people to take it as seriously as they've been taking it, my background is in comedy, non advocacy. So I'm gonna stick with what I know. And try to do something good while I do what I know. But also something not so good because it's just going to be fun. Not everything has to be good. So that's my spiel on what's happening in two thousand in nineteen just so you know, I will still be on patriot doing updates cetera until I revamp the show and get back on the air in a couple of weeks. And if you guys wanna find me there, you totally can I'll be updating getting input from people and ideas from people and suggestions and big shoutout to the new patriots subscribers Heather F, and Jeff s and welcome back Gregoire. Thank you for making the page fancy again. And for this last technically last episode of the mentally chill podcast. I thought I would bring it full circle. And and. With guest who can talk all about suicide prevention since that is how I lost my co host. So I've Dennis Gillan on who speaks publicly about suicide prevention and mental health advocacy after losing his two brothers to suicide. Dennis is awesome, and has dedicated his life to this stuff. So please listen to what he has to say. And I hope you guys have a great New Year's Eve and wonderful start to your two thousand and nineteen year. And I will see you in a few weeks where we Kristen in chill. Enjoy the show. Today. I went down to a homeless shelter and Columbia, South Carolina, where we do a mental wellness. We used to call it suicide suicide prevention, and nobody would come because. Yes word was in. There ahead some advice. Someone's what do you call? It a wellness round or mental health roundtable. So we ended up with mental wellness, but the word suicide in their people walk away. But if about suicide prevention, you go upstream, and you you talk to folks of a mental health condition, if if we take care of the health aspect, maybe we will reduce the number suicides who are the people attending the wellness event residents and part of being a resident yo you have a case worker, and a case worker will ask you a ten classes now volunteers from the community come in. And we'll give classes like resume writing. You know, they do a better start like on drug rehab kind of thing and ours is a mental illness, and when they're done at the end of the day, they slide their papers over to me, and I sign them..

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"gillan" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"I didn't do anything on stage before purple because I had heard from their team that they never let anybody introduce them fair enough. I get it. So I didn't do that met a ton of great Mexican fans. And did what I did. And that was that. And then as time went on, and we were having dinners, and we were hanging out with all the guys in purple. I brought up to them the. Factors. Like, you know, they mentioned something because I was introducing the opening band in flames. I said left introduce you guys. But I know you have a policy, you know, nobody on the stage, and they said, oh, no, no, no, not for you. We would let you do it. And is like really, well, let's do that. And we talked about it. And you know, basically, what had happened was they had had like a lot of bands, some instances where you know, people that are total tools, go out on stage before the band plays and say stupid things or act like idiots or just, you know, just just don't know how to handle themselves bringing on a band, and it just turned them off. So Ian, Gillan told me that it it had been like forty years since they let anybody introduce them and go on stage before they played. But they said to me all know, your different. We would love for you to do it. And I was like, wow, I'm honored. So I said, so what do we want to do how do you want to do this? So I propose the idea, and I'd done this a few times before with UFO and some other bands where I literally introduce each band member as they come out by name and then say, please, welcome deep purple. So deep purple actually scrapped their intro tape and had me walk out onstage Salo to the crowd introduce each of the five members as I did they walked out and started noodling on their instruments. And as I said, ladies and gentlemen, deep purple they kicked right into highway star. You you don't know how cool it is to be on a stage with deep purple literally standing behind you as they begin to play highway star. I mean, just incredible. And the guys were super cool, and then they loved it. They were like, you know, mate, the introductions brilliant. And I love the way that works. Do it again. So I didn't like three or four times in the tour got cut a little bit short for reasons still somewhat unknown. And you know, there it is I told him I'll Hoppy happily go on tour with you. If you continue though, just to do the intro. Great guys, great experience at lunch with Roger Glover identity with the impace spent time with Steve Morse Don Airey..

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4 white supremacists arrested in violent Charlottesville rally

Kate Dalley

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

4 white supremacists arrested in violent Charlottesville rally

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"gillan" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Com the and check it out i think you'll really dig the stuff and and that's about it let's get inside of karen gillan it's my pawn you're listening to inside of you with michael who rose inside of you with michael rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience karen gillan thank you for allowing them to be inside of you today of course that's what we say to everybody yeah i figured that you thought that was like an you didn't think that was like a perverted thing i would just throw out there all right how'd you not been sitting in front of a sign that says and say if you may have been a little more alarmed than you can with your scottish accent inside of you inside of you is that good weight try again inside of you you went a little to ireland okay so look here's what i learned when i was in college it wasn't a it was a great college western kentucky university you didn't have to have a high gpa to get in okay someone like me got on there so how smart you have to be so don't sell yourself short be deceiving well had a dialects course and so we had to start ish an irish and we didn't i don't i feel like we didn't work on them long enough yeah discouragement is particularly difficult most people say like fat bastard from austin powers so at least you didn't go that route that's true so what i remember is there's a thing called the lilt the little it's on the top of your mouth and when you're throwing forward so that's more irish when you're speaking when you're throwing it you do say a little irish there in the back of your throat is more when you're speaking scottish is that right everything's like right so do you hate when americans do that no because i'm really annoying and i'll always pretend to do an american accent for no apparent reason when i'm you can do it i'm gonna say inside of you in the american ready inside of you good well you know i watched that movie oculus i've watched a lot you you never have an accent i've been merican in that you're american in that it was it was it was no no one would ever think oh my god she scottish well that's good coming from an american thank you i telling you the truth that one was a great crash course in american because i had to do a ten minute monologue number have covered like most words in the dictionary are you a quick learn can you look at something and just like no it and i practice so much in a sort of ocd fashion the it becomes muscle memory by the time i'm doing it how hard do you work to learn it let's say you have do you learn the scene the night before or do you like to learn a week in advance i learned a few days before so i'm not just cramming all the work in the last minute and by the time i get to sit in the morning i don't even look at the script and make up or anything like that because i've gone over it soom any times that's how i am so cd i definitely do that yes and i get scared because i don't wanna come to set and not have it down same i don't wanna do that to myself at some i see people really panic in the moment sometimes i just i'm like why are you putting yourself through that just do the hard work before and then you just get to relax just throw new lines that you have you ever had that on of all the time you shit your pants now saying that's a saying you don't actually your pants but i don't say scottish do they say that shit your pants i mean maybe shite shite japan's yeah that sounds pretty school is this saying irish or scottish you had a sheep stealing hoover in boston that sounds pretty good scottish is that something you would say sheep stealing sheep stealing sheep stealing yeah yeah you didn't bastard who ran like a whore is that was someone said asthma i didn't understand them we go through louis have you call someone a whore i haven't have you.

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"gillan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"State this is jonathan gillan back in for my buddy sean hannity sean hannity radio show and right there you were hearing eric church one of my favorites and i've gotten to know some of the the people that work with him and the the musicians that play with him and just an amazing group of people including eric herself and unfortunately his brother passed away last friday and they have a memorial setup it's the brandon church memorial scholarship fund you can see that i posted on twitter and on facebook under jonathan gilliam and on twitter at at jay gilliam underscore seal and you can go and check those out and donate we need to get as much money as we can so that they can build up the scholarship fund in his name to bless others in in honor of his life solicit that's the brandon church memorial scholarship fund and we're gonna come back here in a few minutes we're going to talk a little bit more in the next hour about the history of of the united states i wanna talk with kirby wilbur when we come back we're going to talk about the founding fathers and what their mindset was versus now what the the independence day is all about and then also my good buddy you may know him ron belen he is the host of repr door survive the hunt it's on mondays at nine on the pursuit channel he's gonna be coming on to talk about being in the the lineage of the founding fighters and that's something that we don't normally discuss i mean you have to realize if you're a veteran out there right now you are in the direct lineage of those men and i would have to say women probably in those days in age women that gave their lives maybe not on the front line but definitely in the fight and keeping their home safe you are in the direct lineage of those men and that's incredib when you think about it two hundred and forty two years ago when they were fighting for their independence when you put on the uniform when you put on your boots when you sign up and raise your right hand and swear to support and defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic you're doing that in direct lineage of those who founded this country i just i don't think that the military and the recruiters push that enough so that you can actually see that you're a part of history it's pretty fascinating when you when you think about it so we come back we're gonna talk about that i'm also eventually going to get to my book a little bit to talk about sheet no more the art of awareness and attack survival and then later on we'll have greg jarrett come in and we're gonna talk about kind of reversing the role what today is all about how things have evolved today so eight hundred nine four one seven three two six eight hundred nine for one seven three.

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"gillan" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on KNSS

"Lab joe state this is jonathan gillan back in for my buddy sean hannity sean hannity radio show and right there you were hearing eric church one of my favorites and i've gotten to know some of the the people that work with him and the the musicians that play with him and just an amazing group of people including eric himself and unfortunately his brother passed away last friday and they have a memorial setup it's the brandon church memorial scholarship fund you can see that i posted on twitter and on facebook under jonathan gilliam and on twitter at at j gilliam underscore seal and you can go and check those out and donate we need to get as much money as we can so that they can build up the scholarship fund in his name to bless others in in honor of his life so let's do that that's the brandon church memorial scholarship fund and we're gonna come back here in a few minutes we're gonna talk a little bit more in the next hour about the history of the united states i wanna talk with kirby wilbur when we come back we're going to talk about the founding fathers and what their mindset was versus now what the the independence day is all about and then also my good buddy you may know him ron belen he is the host of reprised door survive the hunt is on mondays at nine on the pursuit channel he's going to be coming on to talk about being in the the the lineage of the founding fighters and that's something that we don't normally discuss i mean you have to realize if you're a veteran out there right now you are in the direct lineage of those men and i would have to say women probably in those days in age women that gave their lives maybe not on the front line but definitely in the fight and keeping their home safe you are in the direct lineage of those men and that's in incredible when you think about it two hundred and forty two years ago when they were fighting for their independence when you put on the uniform when you put on your boots when you sign up and raise your right hand and swear to support and defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic you were doing that in direct lineage of those who founded this country i just i don't think that the military and the recruiters push that enough so that you can actually see that europe part of history it's pretty fascinating when you when you think about it so we come back we're going to talk about that i'm also eventually going to get to my book a little bit to talk about sheep no more the art of awareness and attack survival and then later on we'll have greg jarrett come in and we're gonna talk about kind of reversing the role what today is all about and how things have evolved today so eight hundred nine four one seven three two six eight hundred nine for one seven three.

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"gillan" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"So i would like to know since we know how we download information to computers how exactly are we downloading memories to our brain from our brain to a machine well no period us as as biological organisms that have this brain function in the hippocampus how does that process actually take place how are we downloading memories i guess it depends i mean by downloading where so here's your brain okay we'll talk about putting your brain in a machine now i'm not talking about that so here's the everyday ordinary experiences which we see and we record right then they're downloaded to a place in our brain or if you want okay if you want to get technical or uploaded to the place in our brain our hippocampus how what is that process because there's really two versions of the question i think we're both thinking that one is like the ordinary course of events forget about modern technology how do i make a memory at all right then the other is like am i ever going to be able to have a way where i can type something in my phone and kind of like airdrop it if you know the apple technology directly into my brain so it's like you know the famous somebody else from somebody else's they're famous scene in the matrix where she like download the skill for flying helicopter isn't that awesome senior so that's like the second version of the question the first is like an ordinary experience if i want to learn to write helicopter i have to practice a lot and every trial is changing something you know in my hippocampus in my free frontal cortex the honest answer is we as neuroscientists don't yet understand that process we we have looked at some simpler organisms so the please the most famous one and you can pluck it it's gill eventually learns someone's being annoying won't pull my gillan every time and we know something about how the synapse is in the nervous system of the pleasure change over many many trials and so that's kind of gradual learning but most of the learning that's interesting to us isn't about i tried something fifty million.

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"gillan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Gillan stockton gil good morning thanks for checking in from stockton how you doing hello yes you're on the air gal how's it going it is joe from stuff him oh joe who's doctor no joe is it's all good now i'm gonna tell you a little bit go you need a point out who the winners and losers who last night yes so obviously the democrats were losers theory had their mind set up from the beginning that they weren't even going to give him a fighting chance and when everyone clapping giving them applauds the only a couple of machine that he has done which were great at the end you can finally start to see pelosi do a total one eighty it started clapping i don't know if you guys notice that and i love it yeah i mean she at one point she just you know alka i i guess i probably should all right good yeah okay but it look like you know somebody was sticking our rod up a rear to make or do it i mean boy she had a lot of struggle a do enough in in in in a rift a of the dem common thing that we could all be happy four inert current perfectly try not to be happy in class you know i don't know how that even do or what you know it's funny i mean like joe for example i i mentioned this earlier but i know a lot of people just check in an even when trump was just talking about the the capitol building being a monument to the people the democrats most of them couldn't even stand let alone clapped for that one i mean it was just amazing yeah i know at the i heard a couple heckler good that i'm coup absolutely absolutely all right buddy you know what to do yeah appreciate how would the day dietary goes you saying it up on himself okay here here's where the rubber meets the road katie the rubber and the road we're not talking about your traffic report now we're talk we're talking about berry a modesto what's up baria modesto how you doing i'm doing great i'm here okay all right so yeah we're not we we need to know about.

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"gillan" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"Made up of elements in that you got sick when they got um when those humorous were imbalanced an hook is gonna look at the body as kind of a machine look at all this stuff now he'll have better technology than gillan did but the idea is he's challenging galeone's ideas of the human body so you start where the tradition was ango is it right or is it wrong you get new technology that allows them to do this he like well why didn't they do this before while because you didn't have this new technology this new technology allows people to extend their senses hawk is going to use the microscope to see red blood cells and here's the amazing thing take a look at blood cut yourself don't cut yourself please but if you cut yourself take a look at blood what are you see you see liquid it's a liquid if flows flows out it seeps it comes out it's an obviously is a liquid turns out when you look at it under the microscope it's not a liquid it's a solid it's made up of millions and billions of solids red blood cells with the plasma in between two two to make it viscous make it fluid but your blood is actually millions and billions of red blood cells salads but if you look at it on your i come on that's that's not true it's obviously false i look at blood it's obviously liquid will when you look at it underneath the microscopes and leads different telescopes galileo's can use a tells go to see the moon's of jupiter now the moon's of jupiter are huge like literally their huge but they are huge because moons of jupiter spin around jupiter they don't spin around the earth.

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"gillan" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Liquid so would you do a traditional breeze which kinda ends up you're doing half of the breeze in a crock pot slow cooker as or uh you know you're only want to go want to go about halfway to twothirds of the way up the meet with liquid uh you know i think you're you're kind of veering into more slow roasting territory without as much direct heat if you're going no liquid uh because of the bone it but what what are your cooking it and if you're braving brazen it you would cook it it in any type of liquid it could be a a chicken broth no i mean what kind of ham uh you know you can do to a dutch oven would work uh you know if you seared off a you could technically finisher braised in a slow cooker uh you do it in roasting pan ubs anything big enough to hold the meet canada add liquid through it but i've noticed i get so much liquid it almost cover the roast worked twothirds the way up by the end of cooking time if i add liquid that um you know i know i know that searing mommy secere like roasts and stuff in them put them in the oven than what she did you call them there are awesome but with that full took her man the the liquid guess comes out the fat well what are we call big juices come out of that rose and they conduct start coming up about one third of the way up the roaster more and i saw the started the cutting back on adding liquid so what what what would what do you think about that i think it sounds like you got a good thing gillan right now and if it's coming out the way you want it don't change thing oh my sister love it live and widows tomatoes i mean he's me um detained a carrot and celery when you throw it in the end one go for an hour at a.

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"gillan" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Played about that too because i know sometimes that's kind of subjective it was very cgi heavy i think there's a lot of cgi in aims relying on i think to an extent that was fine because it is a video game run the animals didn't look very good i thought the animals look very off like when the jaguars were running at the end of the movie chasing them in the final scenes they looked very bad i i just didn't look at it didn't take me out of the movie but you're i think the cg in some things especially the animals just didn't look good and another thing is they didn't really leave it open to a sequel no there's a alternate ending karen gillan said that would have left it open but odds and right now no i don't understand that because it's doing so well you think a sequel would have been a guaranteed moneymaker form so i don't know why they didn't do that because out syed you mogae welcome to the jungle again that's the title i walk through the jungle welcomed watch on lag in again what welcome back to the jungle or maybe instead of jumanji they end up finding enough video game it's like arctic thunder blast from they go like two different liquidate on his movie arctic thundered west the neighbor arkady now now now we're just reciting the dairy queen menu no i do think that they said they would do a sikh wedding nick jonas jack black twin johnson in the kevin heart they also they'd be on board and karen gillan like i said she did mention that there was an altar ending so so we liked it we we had a good time with it and there's no no real big complaints your it it's perfect for when it came out i'm satisfied with you can tell the rock really loved it love doing it and good for him again i tweeted this.

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"gillan" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Gillan correct can't even with his for his monje directed by j kasdan rated pg 13 environmental guidance suggested for children under thirteen to celebrate iheart radio on cbo we're giving away two of their amazing entertainment devices along with a one year subscription to the t though service every day until december 24th the best of the ddr plus all your popular online streaming services this is the only box for all your entertainment needs to those latest they'll bolt box with builtin voice control get the most advanced gift of the season enter now for a chance to win at iheart radio dot com slash tibo listen to your favorite music and your favorite stations all free from iheart radio on tv show 22nd rated r remember your brain to afford a you happy holidays prepped with our one of cloth envy as legal and charlemagne the god panos panay of course it for you i quit the thing is nine the difference a recent study showed a male teachers new of color thing add value.

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"gillan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah and it's really it's just a yeah it's it's a little bit too long i would say could have may be cut twenty minutes hafner but some but there's a lot of good stuff in the film and its is very funny at it's very charming and um on its yeah i just had a blast really yeah i i went back and forth in this one honestly between three and four stars because i really really enjoyed it and three stars is a overseas real a recommendation but i do wonder if you give a fourstar as it may be raises people's expectations and they see the film as it perfectly amiable film yet it's funny and it makes you chuckle alway through in the chemistry between the the the main foreign in particular uh is is awfully charts and they're really funny and their planned against type and it it made it restored my faith in the rochman i've said recently on the podcast i just i die a wife feel for a while he's been coasting on charm his choice of projects is somewhat questionable as choice directors is somewhat questionable and this is a movie that makes you realise oh my god is really there's really funny really talented comedic actor in there kevin heart is hilarious a as well he is basically not the school bully but he is the school a jock yes uh in real life and he as he says the film i miss the top two fema body a and this and he's just he's just really really good their chemistry together's excellent idea enjoyed central intelligence and no they at lake establish out again karen gillan gray because this is the role of could been just a typical sex poppa she read lights against really really interesting the and jack bikes very funny and it because the video game dynamic and it can go anywhere reality their moments that make it has a real world aesthetic and within a video game for a long time and it gives it abc's g overload a little bit towards the end was a bit of a shame but i enjoyed it a great deal yet late logged on because it's the three stars yet officially threestars you know what it could easily be a four all right out on january first easy dr tori.

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"gillan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Of the year podcast that we've just recorded some asking to be ought to be robbed up the minute accurate is going to be civilised yet lots of predisney fox talking alan uh so 22nd next week hugh jackman twenty knife revere anambra back on january fifth shoop circuit yeah jeremy our eyes that means at this week's guest is karen gillan he is fantastic i she stars in this week's jumanji welcomed the jungle very funny as a video game character called ruby round house who actually houses a young girl called martha he was transported into the video game jumanji along with three a three three schoolmates late in the video game world by the rock kevin heart and jack black i karen gillan of course shot to fame as amy pond in dr who but as carved at a cracking career across the if you will pond seated at the is this is all atlit that's amazing chris his his radio this is radio king rebel shit i can't give us great and stuff like a oculus and the big short now of an gardez the galaxy falling one and to worship lays nebulous you'll soon be seen and avengers three and four as well just great japan's you welcomed the jungle she was in town this week i went on speights are had had absolute blast and you know what i think you will too here's karen gillan enjoy oh we're delighted to be joined on the upper podcast by karen gillan star of jumanji cologne welcome to the jungle howery i'm gates year yanotti badminton as you were you jetlagged ask ask at when this cause of which has flown in yes i go in yesterday morning straight from the avengers film set so i am a little confused and they're still some blue under my finger.

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"gillan" Discussed on X96

X96

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on X96

"To i five no what form the small child you don't know is about yes i would cause them as a matter of fact i take that back the only way reason little kids like the highfives they weren't from adults oh their parents think it's cute their low bids called buddy yeah they're they're all main blood or buddy or sometimes pal and they the only people who should be allowed to highfive our athletes that's it it's falling on the field of athletic in adel gillan says you got your new family your new family as a non highfiving policy dillon no apparently ally that's part of the reason i left has left his mother in him and his sister because they would not adhere to the high five policy i said that's it i'm out these are things you should talk about before you get married exam high fiving family nerve there's certain things that you need to get straightened out lose in politics religion yeah i fiving miracle whip supposed million as opposed to main is very divisive it can be some of my friends found out that we're miracle whip family in that stopped calling you're no mayonnaise well we have both oh but the fact that we also like miracle whip that was just a dealbreaker kind of a deal breaker to me i i used to prefer a miracle whip for my tune sandwiches it all depends on what you're using it for exactly and in your tuna sandwiches i think miracle when yeah well i just it just got to be too you've got to be too much of a hassle to decide and so now we're just mayonnaise or may needs in this week's may need main is ony i also insist that mitral recall it.

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"gillan" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"I understand hey may devil on the first sony look like 'cinderella came out of the ball as a kid me i thought i was gonna make ten six was for less than that we were killing it i was we were gillan and it's true and i you know i credit dr kaku for that because he told me look you've got to give yourself three mistakes three mistakes are gonna happen whether year you screw something appear in even be pull a bad club here stuff three worry they're just there you go that's one so i used up two of them final ira and i was good with that i average really good with that mccurry come on we think we can do this and i i settled down and maybe it was a great thing and happened because every bit of my nerves gone and i was like let's play let's play some golf now and that's what we did so there is is amazing jaising coupled than that i hope will be at the tournament eighteen first day i made a forty five footer for birdie yeah it was amazing to an anthony painter wept by me goes you made this aren't you i'm like i think i am bohm when in his woes auroralike it was loud it wasn't as loud as jordan's but it was left and i invite my caddie you that was the difference you though so i'm playing chicago golf club two to three days ago four days ago and i chipped in we had caddies there in this young fellow was caddying for me in college ray and is right after jordan's like you know body bumped so i chipin i run over normal mchumo body up he was noon way and i'm like don't you watch tv and he rally you were you know if you notice would repeated pg conner we could do better than that it was bad as cairo's bad but anyway so.

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