34 Burst results for "Gilligan"

"gilligan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:33 min | Last month

"gilligan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"You realize visa simpson's and silence. I'm glad it's been cool. And yes frustrating. The missile is time but hopefully you know gives me a chance. Now i can be healed back one hundred percent and be able to pull him back to my best. I can promise you. I've lived through it all. And and you do you come out the other side and you start feeling better. And the the further away you get from the concussions. The better you feel. Yeah yeah. I think i'm glad you know. It seems like the coach has changed a little bit of here where they are prioritizing. You know doing the right thing a bit more. I think a lot of times policy. You know he wrote as what you just won't get back out as soon as possible but really it's not it's just not the best thing to do you go. Do try you all the time and is hard decision to make but i think that now to raise shacks again bit. More safety orientated straw. Make air a little bit. That the jokes and i'll be now it's important to talk about him and i think it is it certainly one of those things you wanna talk about. You don't want to cover it up because the years past like the tough guys just go out there and ride again and that that's the worst thing you can do. Yeah yeah you know. They always used to be bit to booth. You know talk about concussions or injuries or you know feeding ways and stuff like that and you'd have. It's been good law the most senior jockeys come out. I remember kevin mcaulifee a couple of years ago. He came out you know talk about. He had a concussion and stuff like that he was the first one i think is every talked about over here. I think he helped pave way for him and obviously jokes back in europe. Talking about you know to you know. Struggling with mental health and stuff like that is Is a big thing of people. Don't realize you know jokes go for stuff so it's good to be told about for it to be acknowledged no doubt it's more courageous to talk about the not. That's for sure An art for the fantasy question of the day. Who is your biggest fan as a jackie. My biggest fan. What your father parents have trainer. Who would be your biggest fan will be my dad from when i was a little kid. So your your biggest fan of of of your career one. That is a good one. I've eaten as law in the juncture. You know hey there's been a lo- jockeys at take me under their wing. You know from robie alvarado coronary crisan. Narrows elvin great friends and great mental semi So that definitely you know. Someone's i definitely look up to the juncture have lower spectrum and China's you know is a lot of visible people have been very good to me Defa golf shout outs to phil simms phil matson's they will. Grace support is mindless come to kentucky. Bret calhoun shag moves in Animating odyssey my favorite jockey. Gubbay per joe. Rosario actually i really really write him and jose. Ot's and great guys as well and always been very nice to me is funny. You know like backhoe add favorite used to be jerry. Joseph o'brien the frankie toy with my two men say my hero really is some fresco is is my main here as far as like being such a great holtzman and a great mental and a great just character. He's probably probably the number one. I'd say some fresco that's jack gilligan. Gets an appointment on october fourteenth. If it doesn't go well we'll get you job on h. r. n. It sounds good. I'll be looking at the good. That's jack gilligan..

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"gilligan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:13 min | Last month

"gilligan" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"This is in the rule with sean clancy. I'm sean clancy. And i'm in the room with jockey jack gilligan. Standing here keeneland count amount of quiet off day. The sale and for you got hurt earlier this spring and kind of inbetween coming back and seeing where you're going next yet so have been taking vacation. This summer spent unfortunate. These repetitive concussions. Takes time off. Hopefully this full get reevaluated. And hopefully back in the saddle soon enough but you know taking his time to enjoyed -joyed reysen been up to saratoga of osama unless they enjoyed the sales now beautiful september day so nothing better really hurricane keeneland. It's got to be hard to not be riding and wondering your next. I guess yeah you know. It's funny the first month is nice to be able to eat wherever you want. I assume whereas off you know yeah. It's definitely been pretty hard last couple months. You know missing it and you know when you go into a racist and stuff. It's weird watching it from the ground and and you know you feel like you're out the socal bill facade and so yeah i'm pretty to get back back to for young guy. It's hard. I mean you get this kind of your role and things were going well and then all of a sudden rug gets pulled out from under you basically. Yeah you know. i've been last couple years out a couple of foods and stuff and go stop and go and lie finally got back gun good again. I hooked up with trading downright. Shane wilson and i was wrong. I cool for him and we have really good meat at fairgrounds and stuff happens. Pod game unfortunate. You know isn't a matter of if is a win and much jockeys have to go for at some point in their career so heartfelt woman. I look out the way my a clear sailing for a couple years. At least yeah. How hard is it mentally. I how do you deal with the not riding in the the uncertainty. Oh it's it's tough. You know because you know especially foul amino ohio is worried about my weight. Getting control you know with time off in Assess always a thing is like scary being like okay. Maybe i'm fit to get back right. And i'm physically able to because you know if my way gets high but luckily keep down over the summer so i'm pretty confident we'll get back down around the thing because west on you've done your whole life and the only thing that i were to do your whole life. It's especially because i'm young. I haven't really had retirement in the plans in the future. So voice things get sprung upon you and you like have to think like what could i do. What what else is that you know. And i mean that's the good thing is what about whole chasing is so many different avenues. You can take it. So that's made a have taught and played with different ideas as summer what to do but only i found was takako more years at least ride in may go down a training route eventually. You crazy train. I always said as that trained back in england and always watching growing falls. I don't wanna do that. Like i is just miserable. I don't know it probably be natural mafia. I know trainers of romy because I think more. Because osgood wholesome and a good jockey they like my feedback and stuff so i think they have a natural touch for anyways and yeah you know. It's it's for your nice job of haven as for in europe being trained not say and yeah you know it's it's good. You get stay in that you know in the racing group you know i mean and the very shock every day and you know be around the horses which is the things i love so it be a good happy medium anyways. That sounds like a good plan. Takes us back to the beginning. Grown up in england from of racing family racing background of his. There always something. You always wanted to do it. A jackie oh yeah. So you know in england yards alot people. You know we live on the yards everyone as individuals and the backstretch here. So you know. Mom and dad would trade him before i was born and so i just grew up. I was in the in the shedders every single day from the push you know i mean know obviously wanted to racist from a very young age and just i don't think wants to be anything else on the jockey. Remember you know salma first racehorse on ause like for years old you know and had ponies and ended pony racing and then you start writing out before school When i was like thirteen and a half was ed and a ride out set for my dad before school every day and just been prepared for been planning for my whole life you know. Hey it's school can wait to leave. And i say two weeks after i graduate right before the race in sixteen Don ever since. I guess it's called born in a way but you know i'm lucky of you. Know had a dream vanilla to do it. You know which people don't get that so i've been very lucky. I was one of those kids. I'd gal for my dad in the morning. Go to go to school when you're sitting there and watching the clock. Oh backward ride just sitting there like waiting for the three o'clock bell right exactly you know it's It's like when it gets you know when when you get the get the the h. for you know you just. It's just nothing nothing else. Occupies your mind. You know you just wanna do it. Live and breathe it and it's it's nice feeling and it is funny. What'd you doing it as a job. Condoleeza a little bit. You know there's times when you struggling or you know just times he career and you forget that you know sometimes it's cop and good homelessness but tom off africa's cotton make me take step back and appreciate really. I think a lot of people called lose. Why the reason why we do it would just doing it. You know it's one of those things. It's good to take a step back every night again. Kind of appreciate what you go you know. What great privilege is ready to ride them. And you know being such a good sport like this takes us back to working for sir mark prescott. How that that was amazing. So at the time A i struggled. It was so much hard work. I mean he was old. School at school is still longer seven trainer newmarket and he does everything the way it should be in the way it was done back in the oj days and it was tough. You know i You know obviously what woman ad and safai but you know. He did things way things normally done..

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"gilligan" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"gilligan" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Not unusual in fact my guess is that fifty percent of the industry are made up of part time photographers and i don't think that has changed in the last thirty or forty years. It's always been that way going back to the very early film days. There were so many part photographers out there. That were primarily came out of the educational world. And we're teachers because teachers were often the summer it was logical connection to photograph during wedding season and there were so many photographers out there that we're taking advantage of that time to create some additional income so the challenge today is just the same as it was. Then it's finding balance kevin. What are some of the things you've found work for you to maintain your sanity and and balance when you're when you've got two different challenges like that and two very different careers You've identified a really really important question point There's the obvious in many parts to it for my perspective number one is. I think it's really important to get input and have a discussion with the people that you're close to around you if your you have a partner. You're married if kids. Whoever it is that is really important. Issue time wise to have a discussion with them about you know what are their needs. What is reasonable amount of time for you to be working on this. And i think you have to really do an assessment about you know what your ability to meet all your needs is if you want to keep those relationships happy and i do. It's very important to me that my wife is happy and my kids are happy. So i think about that. And i think that's really important And in terms of balance the funny thing is is that for me for targeted. Not like a second job. It's still some that i love and i'm passionate about. So it's i want to do. And i think when you have a full-time job and other responsibilities what i find is that you know some weeks. I'm doing a lot of work in photography and some weeks. Maybe i'm not doing any little kind of go with the flow with that and you know someone. Someone said to me kevin. How do you get all this one friend assistance all time. You know your your fulltime lawyer photography you know you do martial arts you other things. How do you get all of. And i say i plan things out weeks ahead of time and i give myself extra time to get stuff done and people don't respect my time and cancel on me. You know late or whatever then you might have to cut those people out you know. I have to be particular with my time. And i have to be you know not rigid but i have to stick to that and plan out so that i can do things and i think that kind of planning is really important

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How to Juggle Your Photography Business and Your Day Job With Kevin Gilligan

Photofocus Podcast

02:38 min | 3 months ago

How to Juggle Your Photography Business and Your Day Job With Kevin Gilligan

"Not unusual in fact my guess is that fifty percent of the industry are made up of part time photographers and i don't think that has changed in the last thirty or forty years. It's always been that way going back to the very early film days. There were so many part photographers out there. That were primarily came out of the educational world. And we're teachers because teachers were often the summer it was logical connection to photograph during wedding season and there were so many photographers out there that we're taking advantage of that time to create some additional income so the challenge today is just the same as it was. Then it's finding balance kevin. What are some of the things you've found work for you to maintain your sanity and and balance when you're when you've got two different challenges like that and two very different careers You've identified a really really important question point There's the obvious in many parts to it for my perspective number one is. I think it's really important to get input and have a discussion with the people that you're close to around you if your you have a partner. You're married if kids. Whoever it is that is really important. Issue time wise to have a discussion with them about you know what are their needs. What is reasonable amount of time for you to be working on this. And i think you have to really do an assessment about you know what your ability to meet all your needs is if you want to keep those relationships happy and i do. It's very important to me that my wife is happy and my kids are happy. So i think about that. And i think that's really important And in terms of balance the funny thing is is that for me for targeted. Not like a second job. It's still some that i love and i'm passionate about. So it's i want to do. And i think when you have a full-time job and other responsibilities what i find is that you know some weeks. I'm doing a lot of work in photography and some weeks. Maybe i'm not doing any little kind of go with the flow with that and you know someone. Someone said to me kevin. How do you get all this one friend assistance all time. You know your your fulltime lawyer photography you know you do martial arts you other things. How do you get all of. And i say i plan things out weeks ahead of time and i give myself extra time to get stuff done and people don't respect my time and cancel on me. You know late or whatever then you might have to cut those people out you know. I have to be particular with my time. And i have to be you know not rigid but i have to stick to that and plan out so that i can do things and i think that kind of planning is really important

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"gilligan" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

06:31 min | 3 months ago

"gilligan" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Life is an artist now. This is such a fun podcast from you today because we've got one of my very best buddies in the spotlight kevin. A gilligan joins us and he's an artist. He's an educator a present or a writer. He's a great dad and husband. And we first met through. Tom ron at least ten years ago. But here's something that it's really a fun for me and true to the internet and cyberspace and and the phone system for eight of those years while our friendship growing we'd never met in person but that never slowed us down from these long conversations about photography and family and life in the industry and through all that time this friendship just kept growing. Now there's so much as life and business that everyone is gonna be able to relate to today i. He's got a day job as a full time practicing attorney. Second when he and i i met his primary focus was landscape but today his skillset has become so diverse he shooting a little of everything including a portrait project that he shared with the public at an exhibition two years ago. Third one of the very best post ever shared on the skip on university. Blog was kevin's three part series on how to put together your own exhibition. So there are so many of you over the years who've considered ways to show your work and kevin's post had just about all the answers so today we're gonna talk about finding balance between careers the importance of education diversity. In your skill set Doing your own exhibition may be and relationship. Building is going to jump in there. And who knows what else is gonna come up so buddy it is a kick to catch up to you today in cyberspace. Welcome to mind your own business. Wow skipped thank you for that fantastic introductions for kind of you. I'm really happy to be here. Shamir thank you very much for having me as well and Let's go out of business kevin. we have you. I'm glad you liked it because you did. Send me a check for much. Appreciate the secrets. Come out actually was the check. It was a bottle of wine. But that's true that's true but but that was before this came up so you know i didn't know it's time now. This is this is going to be a good one. Oh my goodness kevin. This is awesome looking at your work. It's inspiring and i'm excited to dive in dig deep into you and your business but first let's kick it off with our favorite first question. Tell us a bit about your background. I know skip went into it a little bit but give us that personal touch and tell us how you get started in. You know ended up doing what you're doing today. Thank you question I grew up in new york. And i'd always been interested in photography art museums etc but I kind of lost touch with photography. When i was in law school about halfway through my professional career. I was in a place where i was spending a lot of time in the tough neighborhoods and not seeing a lot of things that were priverty related to my work and i needed to get back into something to kind of fill my soul up again until i got back into landscape photography and so it started with going out to the ocean and shooting and being outside and seeing beautiful things to kind of supplement. No other things going on in my life bring some joy in the air and then Actually tried to turn a bad situation to a good one in the two thousand eight financial crisis. I started getting furloughed at my job. Has many of us got hit with that crisis and So i started turning my love of photography into into a business back them and have accents. Wow two thousand eight. That's an interesting time to get started. Yeah i guess looking back a lot of people say that's a terrible time to start your business but You know well who comes getting cut in one place. And i had this other interests that i love photography so you know let me give us a shot and So you know probably against what a lot of people would say business wise. I did it. And i you know started you know shooting and selling my images and you know making myself available to shoot which is for people and marketing and that's kind of how it started there. There's a great line that goes. I do it because i want to do it because i can. I do it because you told me i couldn't do it. And and that's kind of the way. I felt in two thousand nine when i left w ppi and started my own consulting company. I mean it's it's it's interesting because the last thing you're thinking about was got what a terrible time to start a new business right Yeah it's it's the best time and unnecessary time to start a new business. Kind of it's it's it's kind of a catch twenty two for people when they're trying to figure out what god. Why did he give that up. You know. I think if you're really passionate about something and you really love it then there's no bad time and there's always gonna be ways to do it and there's always gonna be ways to to move forward and get your name out there and and get work and if nothing else kind of like you know. It's almost like a big circle again with kobe this year. Obviously it's been incredibly tough all over the world and you could build up your skill set. You can do other things to prepare yourself to move forward. You know when the clouds kind of part and there's opportunities again so. I don't think there's any bad time to start itcher through passionate about it. No that's true all right so let's get right into one of the biggest topics challenges for so many photographers out today. And that's finding balance between your day job and your passion for photography and it's it's not unusual in fact my guess is that fifty percent of the industry are made up of part time photographers and i don't think that has changed in the last thirty or forty years. It's always been that way going back to the very early film days. There were so many part photographers out there. That were primarily came out of the educational world. And we're teachers because teachers were often the summer it was logical connection to photograph during wedding season and there were so many photographers out there that we're taking advantage of that time to create some additional income so the challenge today is just the same as it was. Then it's finding balance kevin..

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"gilligan" Discussed on Family Stories

Family Stories

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"gilligan" Discussed on Family Stories

"I mean i'm i am for everybody being blessed happy and fulfilled but yet in the midst of all of that there is still a direction that got his taking. The world is going to come to an end and probably not in the too distant future. So it's going to happen. But i'll tell you what what you're sharing is something that people need to hear and need to focus on what jesus is doing now in recognize this world's gonna pass away sooner or later now. I hope that people will be people. I would assume listening to this. Podcast two are like. I was maybe on the fence but not even aware that they're on the dance. They can go one way or the other and and i don't know it's you know. Life is not perfect. Just because you're a christian Sometimes i wonder if you don't face more challenges but the world that we're in right now and it's going to become going to become more difficult as we get closer to the end. Days and christians are going to be persecuted in this country. We've been very blessed. We have not been persecuted the way people christians are in other countries but You know all of that is coming. If you believe the bible so and i do so you know. I would rather know god and walk with god and even if your experience isn't dramatic like mine was doesn't mean you have to your knees crying. Just means you have to to walk with him and consult with him. I talked all day long. Honestly he has got to be doing dream. Go to bed so this is lee grain. Probably not he probably loves it as much as you do. I am quite sure. If somebody wants to get a hold of gilligan's dreams really your memoir with with the new section that that is an epilogue and it's about what's happened to you. How did they get hold of that. Where should they go. If they want an autograph copy you go to bob. Denver dot com. That's pretty easy to remember. Gilligan go against gift gallery those orders. Come directly to me. And i can Autograph the book if somebody wants it autographed. If they don't care about the autograph that they love amazon prime and they want to delivery and all that kind of thing then they can certainly get it on amazon one. Both of your books. I want them.

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"Gilligan's Island" actress Dawn Wells dies from COVID in Los Angeles

NPR News Now

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

"Gilligan's Island" actress Dawn Wells dies from COVID in Los Angeles

"Has died. She played the wholesome in the nineteen sixties. Sitcom gilligan's island her publicist says. She died wednesday morning in los angeles of causes related to covid nineteen. Besides her acting career. Wells has been a teacher and a motivational speaker. Wells was eighty two years old. I'm

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Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19

Lars Larson

01:40 min | 10 months ago

Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19

"If you have not heard the news today, you might as well get it from a friend. Dear Sweet Mary Ann. Dawn Wells passed away this morning. At age 82. And I was mentioning earlier for My particular generation. Guys who were elementary school students. On, then would watch it in reruns in junior high and secretly on into high school or college. The question would come up. Ginger or Mary Ann. Ginger is portrayed by Tina Louise was a Hollywood Well, a siren. You know, one of these Voluptuous. Well, she was a sex symbol, okay? And ginger kind of her whole persona was geared into Vava Vou. Mary Ann, On the other hand. Was sugar and spice and everything nice. But wow, everybody seems to Or most guys had a thing for Marianne. And I don't think, Miss Mary when mind me telling you that I mean, it was years before. We met and jump the broomstick. It only met promoting. It was just one of those one of those little what would be the term Uh, not even platonic because it's it's like a TV thing.

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Dawn Wells, Mary Ann on 'Gilligan's Island,' has died of complications from COVID-19 at 82

Michael Berry

00:11 sec | 10 months ago

Dawn Wells, Mary Ann on 'Gilligan's Island,' has died of complications from COVID-19 at 82

"Is a result of covert 19 complications. Wells died earlier today she played Mary Ian on the famous hit TV show. More news on demanded ktrh dot com or next updated

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"Gilligan's Island" actress Dawn Wells dies from COVID

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

"Gilligan's Island" actress Dawn Wells dies from COVID

"Dawn wells the actress. Best known is marianne off the nineteen sixties. Sitcom gilligan's island has died of complications related to covid nineteen. She was eighty two. Npr's anastasius you'll has details. Actress done wells was synonymous with the character of mary-anne gilligan's island the wide eyed pigtailed. Wholesome girl next door the show for only three seasons starting in nineteen sixty four but it defined wells actress and it's run for decades and syndication wells even named her two thousand fourteen. Self help book. Where would marianne do. Well started out as a beauty queen in the early nineteen sixties. She appeared on shows like seventy seven sunset. Strip and bonanza in recent decades. She began producing as well including tv. Movie called surviving gilligan's island on associate syllabus. Npr news new york

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'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells dies, COVID-19 cited

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells dies, COVID-19 cited

"Actor don wells who played Mary Ann on Gilligan's island has died in Los Angeles of causes related to covert nineteen she was eighty two I marches are a letter with a look at her career I don't know what Tina Louise had the glamorous role on Gilligan's island don wells was the real life beauty queen she was miss Nevada in the nineteen fifty nine Miss America pageant after Gilligan's island wells did Peter and became a teacher and motivational speaker she embraced her past as Marianne but admitted it sometimes type caster well said in two thousand one the Gilligan's island cast was tight because the show did not become beloved until it was syndicated we all bonded together because the critics hated it so much I think the turning point came after we went off the air I don't think we had any idea

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Billionaire accused of tormenting neighbor with 'Gilligan's Island' theme song

Z Morning Zoo

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Billionaire accused of tormenting neighbor with 'Gilligan's Island' theme song

"So there's a and check you like this story, too, because it's about a guy who's so rich that he really doesn't care about following the rules anymore. He's a 76 year old billionaire investor named Bill Gross. He lives in Laguna Beach, California, and he's been in a battle with his next door neighbor. Another rich guy, 56, year old, very rich, but slightly less rich guy named Mark Topic. Who's a tech entrepreneur now Mark the second guy. Doesn't like the bill put up a 22 ft long blue glass sculpture on his property last year, and he put up pulls and netting to protect it. Now, Mark says, it's blocking my view. So he called the city to complain. You know, it's not blocking his view, You know, He just thinks it's ugly. It is making the whole neighborhood ugly. 22 ft. That's pretty big. Anyways, so he called the city to complain. Bill got his revenge on him. By blasting the Gilligan's Island theme song at all hours of the day s O Every time this guy comes home at full volume, hears this back just flew over and over and over And over this time you even know what Gilligan's Island Is that where that bucket right By the old TV show that was killing old TV show from the sixties. You know, he said in his house waiting for him to pull up in his car. Yeah, Gilligan's Island so guilty he must know something he must know. His neighbour doesn't like to show it to you like the show because it's very maybe Gilligan slept the guy's wife. We don't know it's going to be an inside story of why'd he picked that theme song Lawsuits charges restraining orders have been filed. There's going to be a hearing on the restraining order's harassment charges next week and They think they can do no music until the middle of next month to get the rights for his permit for a sculpture. But until then, way something way more

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"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"Fits. Certain like I mean I watch all the Gilligan's island episode but I mean, you watch one you've watched the more like they all have the same premise. Yeah but I mean like the few that I can remember and when. There's this little. To me like. it makes sense but that doesn't really fit right like this little things that they do or say that you like. Doesn't quite. Doesn't quite. convincing. You know I hear you. Okay well. I Yeah I feel you on that I. Feel you on that. So jig nation apparently who amongst your wants to help us right a dark Gilligan's island. Let's let's. Let's make this happen dark Gilligan's island. That's right this because we put now great ideas. For Hollywood the steal out here. I Booth Oh Fresh sprint so. Nothing is impossible. All right lasting lasting ties into this Marianna Ginger. Always, been, marrying. Throw talking about Marianne all day everyday and I don't even like coconut cream pie but. Marianne all day. Yeah I'm always been is funny I I saw post. Actually been today. A. Modern Day version of that like they had like two women and was like a career woman's you went to school got two degrees is like a lawyer talking about the the the WHOA career woman to With the. I don't know why but always go for the good but. Why picked I, picked the the the lawyer one too because I was like, well, she gets sick of me and then she was like making like super bread sounds like she's sick she gets sick of me kick me out. That's cool because I'm getting that spousal support Dan. I I ain't trying to mess with you know. Like. Three kids whatever and I'm like and then and then the other one kicks I go the other one and she gets supported me while best we'll miss with the other one in her kids play video games whatever. That will is going to conclude this episode. Of the original Jack podcast brought to you by he I to bless your ear balls I am your host rock Mr Magic and he is the DNA and we WanNa thank you for listening but we could not do this alone. Not Without all you jake continue to support us by pressing play on each and every episode we put out. So we thank you for that.

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"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"Is tough. I mean there there there's there's some stretching you have to do but. You know. Definitely is you watch a restrict like it doesn't if it's if you suspend all. Logic or most logic I say all his nine completely impossible. But. It's not like. It's not. It's not totally believable. Author when you started thinking thoroughly you like no. That doesn't quite fit. You know like you got the puzzle piece that Connolly should go there you're like. kind of jam there because. It has to go here but it doesn't. So. It's just like that one little corners off a little bit. One of those type of things but the other thing to me that That lens to it in my opinion is again something to look to me look fake like A. Loss. Just a whole bunch of stuff from from Gilligan's island because. They had all types of you. Joaquin's anything that they shouldn't have seen you on an island deal. They had a robots in jet packs and you know a live lion or A Mars rover You know radioactive somebody had something radioactive one episode. A world. War Two minds like. All types of crazy stuff. You know found its way onto this particular island like it's going through. Passage of time going through history so. It. Is Definitely an interesting theory I can see where the connections are made in in get why like some people were pro potentially could cling to this theory I'm on I'm not saying I'm sold on it. But It. I think I think it works eighty five percent of the way. I mean I think if somebody could work it over. You know like A. A writer something

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"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"Right. So we're GONNA. move onto our last segment are may event of the evening? and. This is going to be a topic that I saw. Several weeks ago actually now was like that is interesting. So I figured it saved it on facebook and Shout to to DIG Nation Community member. Mike Iron. Mike starks for sharing this on his feet and it's GonNa be our topic for this evening. So I got a TV theory for you. Unique DNA. I don't know if you've heard this one. For All right. So this theory is around the classic TV series Gilligan Violent. Now, this fans theory. Says that Gilligan's island is a bit darker than you may think? So they're stating that Gilligan's island was a reincarnation or representation of hell. And it's seven inhabitants resent the seven deadly sins. So we've got the professor who is representing pride Mr Howell representing greed while Mrs how represented slothfulness? Ginger clearly lust. Marianne symbolizing envy. gluttony and wrath being represented by the skipper. which leaves Gilligan. In that classic as Redshirt. As. Satan himself. Now, here's the thing though so it gets a little bit more so that that's the representation. And this may sound familiar, but they could never leave the island. No matter what they did no matter. The fact that they had the super smart professor who can make televisions at coconuts and all types of crazy things they can never leave the island and even when they did leave the island in the movie. They went out to sea again and ended back at the island. And every time they came close to escaping to getting away from the island. Gilligan and his his bumbling buffoonery, always foiled the escape attempt. So essentially, Gilligan's island is lost before lost. Yeah it is actually. Yeah I don't know I.

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"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

The Original Jeek Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"gilligan" Discussed on The Original Jeek Podcast

"He goes live on facebook well, not every after every game too. But every day he's lives talking to the press. So and today he was live talking to the press. So I went on the live and I said, why are we? Why are Y'all talking to him? This man should be preparing for another loss like what was going on trying to get his team to win he should be talking to your what has changed since yesterday. I mean is Monday what has changed since yesterday I did. The man demanded to be taking all the time possible to try to get this football team to win a football game. And he's trying to keep a job. And they keep asking about his job and he keeps on saying stupid stuff and be like in flecked and it's like Bra. But the thing either you try to explain it away before people start asking real questions. The the man and he got blast on twitter for two because he goes. Well, when I got here, there was a lot of work to do. and. I still feel obviously a lot of work to do and everyone on twitter was like a lot of work to do you took over team that was nine and seven and. Is taking you three years to to win ten games. So we've talked a lot of work to do. I mean. He took over team were a couple of seasons beforehand, Tony Dungy in there like if I was going to go back into coaching the lines were be the place. I will be our coach because of Stafford and this and that, and they went from being a coaching position at people like, Hey, there could be potential here too. I don't WanNa go to. Detroit. I. Who who, who want to be there and they keep on bringing in the There yeah. No one wants to be there. They keep bringing in the wrong Patriot people like I've said before on this show if you're not bringing in Belichick Start bringing in New England people it's not working. Give it to the give it a Quin GM RT president whatever he is and get rid of Patricia, and go a different route because it ain't working. Yeah he's got to go. He's gotTA. Go the whole. Just. The home. Front office these. For Real. Just. With Dan of Lorcy who if you don't know dental Florence key is ESPN analyst and he was our lions backup quarterback for like eight Hundred Years East completely completely trash player I think he has a total of five touchdown. Passes in his career. He was terrible when Dinner Vlore ski is talking about how bad you are and how Badger comments are he just how the everything is terrible like moment. Is Dan of loss. He he really should have no room to talk but unfortunately, this case he does like Bre. Bob Quinn said he was looking for coach to make the Lions Perennial. Superbowl contenders dude is not matt. Patricia. He is not that guy. Man has twenty nine percent winning percentage. Get outta here. He's gotta go. He's gotta go. Yeah. It is. It's just rebuil- bowl team just from front office all the way down. Because I. Mean. That's always been our problem right own. The fort and they did not know. Between the fords and the president picks GM picks and Yeah. Yeah Bob Needs to go to this, putting it out there. Bob Quinn gets fired. Patricia get fired. I wish you best to do next but you not. Need to get out of Detroit does. Not Help it. Go back to being somewhere. You know go go back to ballot check do whatever just like your boy mcdaniel did go back where you're actually useful but Yang useful in Detroit you're not helping give us somebody that can actually do some because now where. We're done with that done but. Keeping on lions. Nike released the Detroit Lions addition of the Nike Zoom Pegasus thirty seven's. What do you think of? What do you think these kicks because I'm I kinda like him. I mean in a Would like. Supposedly, exporter. So yeah, I mean of course as much. As terrible as they are I think. I will get them of course.

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"gilligan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"gilligan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Island for that long I mean poor Gilligan without toilet paper Hornets well actually what what would be like stock on let's just say a ship for maybe a couple months because that happened to a valley road resident and she's joining us right now we cannot Madden is our gas she was stuck aboard the royal Caribbean freedom of the seas and she was floating off the shore of Barbados for two months we cannot welcome back to the valley how are you thank you I'm great how are you we're good so you worked for the cruise line and my first question is why couldn't you come home for two months why were you stuck on board the ship for two months basically the CDC and royal Caribbean couldn't agree on how to get people home so I was stuck for a while oh my gosh so they eat what about passengers was what were their passengers was only the crew that was left on who they couldn't figure out how to side to get you at home we had one cruise with gas and then all the gas the part of the ship and then it was just crew for two and a half months did you run wild on the ship for a while come on let's be real yeah I mean it was it was fun for a little bit but then it got really serious I don't know where and beyond that it was a fun okay so you have it so so basically you're so you're stuck on a cruise ship you're like okay this is kind of cool we'll have some drinks will kinda you don't gotta make it fun but after two and a half months you said it then it got really serious what does that mean yeah they close down all the venues the theater was closed all of the specialty restaurants are closed they close on the flo rider they close all the pools and the rock wall side getting ranked everything was absolutely closed so you only eat and they have the gym and the bar open for a little bit but they had closed it for I think like a week and a half to two weeks oh my god damn and the car so basically all we did was eat and sleep eat and and did they pay you without getting paid on the twenty fifth of March okay so you got paid between it so how much so how many days do not get paid then two and a half months so you for two months they gave us what they call a good will pay what is that is that basically the minimum amount was like four hundred dollars and that's what they have to pay you because it's actually illegal by mark time locked to keep crewmembers aboard without payment so there was some working crew there was two groups we all split into two groups of people who wanted to stay on the set and then there was like working crew who had to dance at and then there's the crew who wanted to go home and you want to go home yes my cannot Madden is joining us she's a valley resident and she was stuck on a cruise ship for two and a half months due to the corona virus what what was your job on the ship I'm a dancer so the like the shows that they put on and all that kind of stuff yeah the production shows in the theater okay so you're you're on the ship for two and a half months you're starting to realize just how long were you on the ship before you got stuck on the ship and you realize your gonna be coming out I find on in February okay and we were told around like March twenty third that we were going to be leaving in Barbados and you when did you realize the this things get not only Sears not just the closing down but we may not be going home for a while and I'm gonna be stuck here just sleeping and eating and doing nothing and not getting paid and not getting really paid when it was like when did that hit you are they kind of hit me when well I always knew this virus is very curious from the beginning but it was weird because we weren't really getting any information so the company was taking as just like a thirty day no sail order so we thought we were going to cruise around for thirty days with no gas nothing was gonna happen just the crew members on board and then we're gonna go back into full operation but obviously that wasn't the case so then we were just stuck out there because they extended the Nobel order though yeah that was definitely difficult was your ship hit at all by the the corona viruses you have passengers that were sick or any deaths or was it just there there was a pandemic they need to figure out how to do this and get everybody off no there was no cases on board so now he is and they still make you feel around it yes wow a completely clean ship and we just couldn't dock anywhere except Barbados to pick up the food and water for the crew what's the first thing you did when you got off the ship part time how do high and finally on land oh my god what was it like to see your mom after two and a half months it was crazy actually haven't seen her since January when I first bought for the contracts are I haven't seen her for awhile my goodness did they feel well and I think that the did they feed you well at least on the ship yeah I wouldn't say to the best of their abilities all I would have and I know that I'm a vegetarian so I'm kind of picky as well but yeah I was it was pretty hard to find something to eat that was nutrition like educational every day so I'm just going to be honest I would have just boosted up every day I'm if I'm gonna sit for two and a half the store and it will just take the boat over and let's fly the prior Hey look it's a rom there we go it was crazy because the bar was closed for a while and then even when you were in line to get something for drink like to get a drink or something the line went all the way down the set I don't see you going on a cruise ship anytime soon oh no no yeah that's not really on my list this year was this your first contract no this is my fourth country okay and you're done with the in the industry yeah I think so I think it's time to do something else something new McKenna welcome back to the valley go get some rest and we're glad you're our ride in my goodness it sounded crazy how much take care of yourself tell your mom is that alright okay you see a day you can imagine Maddon two and a half months on a cruise ship there was no flattening of the curve or some people say because so many people putting weight on fattening which is just like trying to go down can you imagine being so you're not allowed to leave for two and a half months drive me crazy well and the fact that when you have it's one thing when you saw some of the ships at first with several bad bad incidents of covert running rampant this had nothing no that's to say it's crazy after two weeks they should let him they showed up there coming up next Donald Trump the president the United States drops a bomb we'll talk about it next get the national perspective on the pandemic tonight at seven with an ABC news special covert nineteen what you need to know new information about how the U. S. is flattening the curve and stopping the.

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"gilligan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"gilligan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Coach Gilligan's island well you remember the song remember to show and basically it was they set out for three hour tour to turn into a lifetime for a lot of it right they did they got rescued from ville Gilligan's island is a movie about that too but we talk about retirement I know we make fun of a lot of the plants in the or the planning process is but the most important thing is that we just make sure we have the right plan for the right time for life exactly earlier in the show we're talking about it in very special report a checklist ten reasons your nest egg will never be enough for retirement okay and what's out on the sunrise we talked about you're not saving in a retirement plan a lot of people are taking advantage of the four one case for three beats with the T. S. space is not always you can save three company yeah and if you are saving with your company you are neglecting your company match many times you won't put any up to what your your boy will match in the matches free money right yeah very little is yeah and you didn't start now and then the other thing is maybe you didn't start saving early enough in your career and we talked about the the situation where somebody fifteen started saving two brothers twin brothers okay okay and once started saving a fifteen and stop the twenty to five hundred dollars a month okay sure the other guy decided at twenty two to start saving okay all right a hundred dollars a month yeah the guy who started last after the other guy stopped by the way had to save all the way to sixty five hundred dollars a month and still did not have as much as his brother who started fifteen stop the twenty really that is incredible so so the first brother say from fifteen to twenty two and stop for some reason now if he would if I had been talking to him he he would never stop people try to double down and make it a formality but stopped at age twenty two and let the money grow right all right we're so many Gandhi did they they've took safe investments and didn't put the money at risk sure yes but the other brother started when his other brother stopped will now the Johnny stopped I'm going to stay on the job sure and went all the way to sixty five to twenty two to sixty five right you think you would have so much we're talking about forty three years for hate the other guy say for seven years yeah one brother and the other brother say for forty some years I don't have as much because the time value of money that's right we will and you have mentioned this on the show before healthcare how really in all aspects of retirement planning everything from the healthcare side to to what we're talking about here at the time matters yes time matters and so does where you invest okay so we don't want a bunch of junk in our portfolio doing remember remember Sanford it's absolutely.

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Jon Hein Tells Swap Shop the Best TV Shows to Binge Watch in New Prank Call

The Howard Stern Show

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Jon Hein Tells Swap Shop the Best TV Shows to Binge Watch in New Prank Call

"The setup. We took the Jon Hein Audio Book. You know you know the audio book. Yeah where he's talking about what he's watching on. Tv and the swap shop guy. All of us. We had a spring into action. Real quick on this is a swap shop. Radio show was doing a whole theme of like what are people binge-watching so we really the good thing is when when swap shop wants phone calls. It's pretty easy to get through. It doesn't seem like anybody's really listening. So here's John Hinde calling swap and shop in good morning everybody. Game addition to swap shop. The question for the day is what was the last show? You Binge watched for me cheers. Good Morning. Happy Wednesday you're on. My name is John. Hi Yes what do you have? what do you have to buy sell trade good way today? When did the dukes of hazzard jump the shark I never mean in no harm. That is a that is that is that is a good one. That's a very good one. Dukes of hazzard chronicled the travails of the do cousins. Bo. Haag who owned the town couldn't stand those dupuoy's messing up his plans. yeah Do you have anything? You'd like to buy sell trading away. Yes Sir okay. The True Star of Hazzard County was the general league. Thanks so much for your call. I rather do dodge dukes adorned with a confederate flag on its roof and a one on either looking for your phone. Calls On. Swap shop also The question for the day is. What's your favorite Benjamin Mitchell television show the last one that you That you bench watch taking your phone calls on that as well. Good Morning. Happy Wednesday you're on swap shop How you doing? What's real quick? What's your favorite Benjamin TV show Gilligan's island. Doing silent is a good one that that is a good one. Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale of the seven. Most infamous castaways ever degree. We have we have to break. Thanks so much for your call. The S S Minnow was shipwrecked during our tour. Stop Gilligan this skipper to millionaire the movie stars per styles. Diane Marianne Stop. Actually we are going to shut down those phone lines and no more phone calls. No more phone calls on the am addition of swap shop today. No more phone calls. No more phone

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China's manufacturing rebounds as virus controls ease

BTV Simulcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

China's manufacturing rebounds as virus controls ease

"China's manufacturing activity rebounded strongly implies signaling the economy is restarting I mean it's Randolph slumping external Dimond Kalanga time again the joints is from Beijing with the details Tom I mean a month doesn't make a trend it doesn't of course this is a survey of sentiment so you would expect the bosses of factories and services companies and construction companies to say yes March was in a better place than what we saw in February unless these numbers were much higher than the estimate of course much much higher than those records that we saw in favor so official manufacturing PMI manufacturing PMI came in at fifty two what about the thirty five point seven we sort of fabric for the major components well hi even if the components that are focused more on the export side expo site will still in contraction non manufacturing also must from the fifty two point three compared to twenty nine point seven back in February a word of caution or from officials here in Beijing the national bureau statistics statistics to say that there is still a severe challenge facing the economy here of course much of that is going to come down to the control all the virus and trying to put aside any risk of a second wave in terms of infection of course the external demand picture as well that we can put some questions and someone who is well placed to discuss this further is jams chairman here in China Greg Gilligan who joins us now Greg what is the mood boards the sentiment amongst your members U. S. corporates that have a footprint and exposure here in China were they telling you at this stage Tom the sentiment is call us we've done two surveys one of them's quite recent and the other one was from about a month before so naturally the second survey showed increased caution and a little bit of increased pessimism there are some additional impact projections we'll have and they base it on two different scenarios one is a return to normal operations by April thirty and the other one based on return by August thirty and so if in the first case they expect significant revenue declines but if it goes as long as August thirty then there may be as much as eight ten to fifty percent in revenues as as projected I yeah that's certainly that's certainly not small are you able to break it down for us in terms of sector by sector which companies of bringing the page more than others and where we see more momentum which businesses are able to get closer to that ninety percent or a hundred percent capacity sure the sector breakout out is that consumer and resources and industrial probably most pessimistic and then the services I would say is a close second behind that where is technology is currently not experiencing that much of a pinch yet although there forward looking projections are somewhat pessimistic so if you think about forty three percent and services expected decrease in market growth by about thirty five to fifty percent whereas the consumer and a resource in industrial sector I think that it might be more than fifty percent so now fifty seven percent in the text Dr I think that they expected a great decrease of less than five percent which is actually the surprising but good that there's some optimism out there so these are significant numbers now we will continue to survey the membership really almost on a thirty day basis so we'll have updates as well we'll be able to track along with the spread or control of the virus and track the differing sentiment among the membership

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Introducing the Movie Director Game with Sam Esmail

The Big Picture

10:08 min | 1 year ago

Introducing the Movie Director Game with Sam Esmail

"We have a special sort of conversation. Here we're joined by Mister Robot. Creator the Creator of the film comet The director of Amazon's homecoming. Yes Sam. Esmail saying what's up. Hello how are you? I'm so excited to be here. I'm such a fan. Oh that's very sam. You wanted to play a game with us. I did now. I want to know why you wanted to play that game with us and I also want you to explain the game. Well explaining it okay. I'll let me start by saying I'm a huge film. Learn as I think anybody who listens to the watch probably already gust. And I've always played this game with all my film nerd fans and so I figured one when I started listening to your podcasts. Which obsessed with a huge fan of I figured especially with Amanda Sort of counterpoint? To talk to your thinking Shawn's like I just thought this'll be a fun game to play the game. Basically and again. This is sorry for listeners. Who are not going to be in on this because it's so inside. It's not even that insight. It's but it's it's really not OK okay. I won't apologize here. We go is a good game in and you deserve it. It's the best director per decade and the best director who die who had their debut. That decade does that make sense. Did I explain this? Should we use an example to help people understand it? What's an example that we won't? Won't you trample on the choices that we've made here? Well we look at this decade. We had we had like a number of actually great film. Directors made their debut Jordan. Peele with get ou- Greta Gerwig with Lady Bird Vince Gilligan Man. This favorite with El Camino until nineteen many wonderful. Thanks well actually. Gertler made no thanks. But it's it's it's it's it's. It's good to bring up Vince. As an example because he actually that was his feature directing debut which is all coming up. Now the thing is it's not necessarily not saying what's the best directorial debut? Just the director that we appreciate. The most made that debut made their debut in that decade so I think that there's a couple of semantic complications around now and you know as well as I do that there are student films. Their short film features so. Let's lay the groundwork. Because Vince directed episodes of Britain. He directed the pilot breaking bug which I think was in the prior decade but we're talking feature directorial debut so that seems easy to Parse. It's not as easy to Parse as it seems. Now tell me why well. Are you talking about dual are GonNa be Spielberg is is a particularly complex example? Because of nine or you're talking about nine gallery 'cause that's TV while he made a movie when he was seventeen called firelight for five hundred bucks and is that a film. Is that a feature film even his parents saw. I wouldn't say a featured like a debut meaning. It was released in movie theaters got it. Okay commercially available. Commercially available attack. Those are good ground rules. I'm glad that we established that play into my less later on. I do consider to be because it didn't get released in theaters. Well it is a feature film but it was not this little guy but that is considering his feature debut his first full length movie right what. What's the movie after that? Then Land Express okay all right so yes we'll stick to that okay before we play the game now. The people understand the game I want but just add one other thing the interesting thing about this game and I think will when we go through. We'll see it's where the decades are hard because there's just so many amazing options and where the decades are not A. There's not a lot of options. I just find the conversation around that to be interesting because lanes a little bit about where movies are and where they're doing exactly specifically the nineties which I thought was just a burst of like creative inspirational film makers and then the very decade after the ONS which I struggled I struggled to find. I have some counterpoint to that point but I I wanna use this as an opportunity to pick a bone with you. Oh Wow okay I resent you. I resent your your appearance on this podcast because what I what we need. What this podcast needs is people like you making movies and television shows will but you love movies and you film in a very discreet way. Yes but and I mean I guess we're going to get into it right now. It's gotTa think about think about indie filmmakers. What happened let's say Ryan Kugler? Who Loved Fruitvale? Right mazing what happened to him. After he made fruitvale he went into the machine he went into the machine. And that's what's happening with a lot of these other directors and that. That's the difference between the nineties and now so I think. Pta came out with holiday today. Is he making you know Batman in two years and by the way no not dissing on Batman? I'm excited for When Matt Raises Version of it? Because I'm a fan of his but I think it's just the industry is dictating a lot of what directors are doing now and you know and not to 'em this point that's the machine that we're in right now so and that's more reflective of the decade so t to to get to my TV point. Tv's where you get to make the interesting shit. I don't know if I could have made mister robot as a feature in fact I tried well. That was my fault. Got a little long winded. With how long was that? That forty five. Our film now That feature from I wrote ninety pages of wasn't even into act tune. That's when I realized I was in trouble. Was there a divergent path for you where after comet you could have just doubled down and said I'll stay. I'll continue to stay kind of broke but I'll keep making movies will. Yeah I mean that was the plan I was going to make Mr Buzzing indie feature and got stuck with it and Steve Golan Who You know owns anonymous content who Read the pages of Missouri Button at the time detective had just come out and he just He had just produced. That and I thought women that will this is fucking coal. And I don't need to do anything with this. I don't need to refashion the script that I had in mind and fitted into this to our box and honestly I was just really more. I remember thinking I was way more excited about true detective than I was about anything. Elsa came out there. Trust them into. What are your thoughts on true detective because I have no idea? I don't love thank you. Yeah I think I think I see yes. The first season I think true detective on its face is like a accomplished piece of television filmmaking and also I'm a huge fan of cary Fukunaga always and forever Perhaps not for the same reasons. Assess it to me actually wrap. It was such a turning point. Anything his best thing that he's done. I'm not even going to say Jane Eyre Okay. I haven't I haven't seen that I haven't seen the new Bond movie I but I'm really looking forward to it because I'm also a bond person and also I just you know I think true true detective as this carries best thing. I think that's probably true but my issue with detective is not actually true detective itself. It is the dialogue around your detective. And also I think that's a pivot point in terms of when and how we started evaluating TV in terms of tracking shots and the actual just the athletic like filmmaking as a way to bring the an experience. What is this athletic yet? Flex now and then on twitter people are now saying slaps what what is all? I don't understand that you want to explain the Internet. Let's start with the athletic because Amanda I. I've heard you use a lot and I've I've been on a lot of sets of never heard anyone say the words. I think the first person he was at my friend on the TV critic Philip asking and I think it puts its finger on this idea of money that you bring her up because she wrote this she wrote. It was a harsh. I mean whatever I respect her reviews she dissed my one episode of Mister Robot whereas all one tracking shot. I assume yes is what you mean by athletic because I do think that Filmmaking and TV and everything is more than cameras and more than where the camera is and there is such a absolutely station online. The damore as more aspect of filmmaking and I think that the tracking shot is caption of that and just like. Oh Wow. Did you see what he did. That was so cool. Oh my God. The camera is moving. You know don't you think it but don't you think has a to me every every sort of choice that you make with the camera has an effect and yes to some extent it it takes you out of it and draws attention to itself but to some extent. I really I mean what do you think of the Copacabana Sean? And I and I and I do. Actually I think even tracking protective is effective. But you know we're doing a podcast right now. That isn't essentially about how we talk about. Film and like establishing a Canon of source. And the cannon is so reliant on where do we put the camera and what did they itch on showing us an either. Don't respond to that artistically at some point. I'm just like Yay like fancy camera. Shots you got it. Congratulations to you but I do also think it distracts from the other equally important. I feel making that. Don't get enough credit. I think code is also a specifically athletic is code for Masculinity. You know it's code for this sort of The might of the male filmmaker. Now that's not always true if you watch like strange days for example. Kathryn bigelow is doing a lot with the camera yet. It is unorthodox and cool and might have what would otherwise be deemed kind of masculine energy. But I do think that true detective and largely the dialogue like you're saying was about a lot of dudes being like Yo. This is sick now. Personally I thought it was sick. Oh okay but I I would. I was not a fan of those scripts and I don't think that story is very strong but I thought that was really well

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"gilligan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"gilligan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There is a and wire this remind me of that but I went into a a bar on last night just got a I am a stand up you will not for the ride home but I mean the walk home local bar local joint to get out of once one right see how everybody else is living there's a guy at the bar and he's you know it was still warm out I am yes is pretty warm and he's sitting at the bar and he's watching Gilligan's island and now I'm on TV and one guy comes in after being me since down next to him I says the guy exists what don't you have at home a TV or air conditioning your watching Gilligan's island and a bar you're paying top shelf for you know draft beer the you could have at home what do you miss a get home yes Sir you have no discernable reason that you should be here I found it interesting that a bar would have Gilligan's island I was thinking that when you said at the maybe it is like his phone out who's watching it that from there but you know the charges were playing I don't know if you did you probably didn't all right so baby it's cold outside is is the new version here is a new version now just as baby gets a new version in front of look for new version okay I see all right I see it was under new version letter.

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Breaking Bad, the end that wasn't

Roe Conn

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Breaking Bad, the end that wasn't

"You know this music writing breaking bad is back in the breaking bad movie El Camino is out today and Netflix rich is going to review it in just a little bit in this movie we find out what happens to Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman after the events of the finale six years ago El Camino was written and directed by breaking bad creator Vince Gilligan and stars Aaron Paul and Erin said when the show was over he thought he was done playing Jesse it was a great run man it was such a wild journey for everybody you know breaking bad was it felt like he was at the center of of pop culture it was to be at the center of that was a wild ride for all of us and so we are so blessed that had happened that we are part of it we are also incredibly okay with saying goodbye and unzipping the skins and who never putting them on again remember binge watching this and you just not you could not after the episode was was over you just have to watch the next one immediately yeah can you believe was two thought September two thousand thirteen was the last episode and I saw Aaron Paul two days after the they wrapped the last episode having aired yet I should go to Albuquerque all the time for the real channel which is out there the Albuquerque studios which is where they filmed breaking bad either for it when it first started they took me in a golf cart to where they're like Hey you want to see this new show sat nearly walked right in it was better call Saul's office was there and the the Walter white's living room and and bill backyard and all that stuff all sets and about a year later you couldn't get within a hundred yards of the but he but he was the he said exactly that same thing right after he had wrapped he was like dude was the role of a lifetime and I'm so glad because exhausted from point because it's such a tortured yeah complex

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"gilligan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"gilligan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Gilligan dies regular morning Gilligan sorry thank you there's a larger one I'm sorry thank you shouldn't yeah yeah that was in Illinois yeah it was sand of all and I yeah I guess sand of all is come out and said that he gets what he apologized couple days after the fact I don't know but they do that if if the roles were reversed if that'd be if you had someone running for what Senate in Ohio is a Republican led they simulated an assassination of Barack Obama when he was president the media would have just gone absolutely back crap crazy would they not absolutely right thank you yeah all right also after the usual number of people applications programs yes Sir I'm not sure what job jobs the American all American they just don't right captain about earlier that was under water usually because you got the short that sort of stuff you don't so you don't have one in base stat shot of Winchester it is now he called again the only reason I'm celebration for corporate during yet another twenty five to the bank you should hold you should watch he won't harm was shot estimated between tue Robert he levels margin bird before there she actual mileage or are called lines of industrial pollution none of it right yeah you have a good day more thankskilling give thanks for checking in now I get twenty six past the hour so thank you and they will get back to the calls after a quick time out first of all we're looking at no on an annual basis via a TA has their truck driving championships drivers from companies around the country eighty a member companies right I get in there to see who's the best of the best the drive in trucks well the other end is the enforcement side where you have the commercial vehicle safety alliance Dan commercial vehicle of a commercial motor vehicle inspectors around the country they also hold a couple in a competition to see who come to the best of the best right the sergeant Benjamin sh rope for from the Nebraska state patrol earning the twenty nineteen Jimmy K. Emmons grand champ we had a world that's from the commercial vehicle safety that's their highest honor for a commercial motor vehicle roadside inspector they tell us after a week of in depth training in an intense competition he received the award to Saturday at the north American inspectors championship in a joint award ceremony with the A. T. a they're the actual truck driving championships in the nationals deb van driving championships every year since they started twenty seven years ago each jurisdiction from Canada Mexico and the US eligible to seven one the inspector to represent their jurisdiction receive valuable training then compete against other top inspectors for what is the ultimate title grand champion this year fifty one motor vehicle inspectors gathered in Pittsburgh last week the only event dedicated to testing recognizing and awarding commercial motor vehicle inspector excellence all right so I guess grand champion he's the inspector that knows what's going on when he's inspected the truck the pros the cons the ins the out with that a news update and we'll return after this on a TM.

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"gilligan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"gilligan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Okay right in here with a do it and then it goes into a trio and see if we can figure out when Gilligan enters you figure that out imagine him flinging lays on everyone happily sh war I think you've figured out that that right to me now begins flinging late hello yeah the and I was standing make sure to go to the show I tell you you were going to have a fabulous time it is family friendly it is so fun to sit out there.

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"gilligan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gilligan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is the lady from Gilligan's. What was her name and Gilligan's island ginger? I was gonna say Marcia. Yes. Ginger marsha. Right now, you know, same hour of TV, I was watching Gilligan's island. And then I was watching the Brady bonds. All right back to nineteen eighty-five Rigo here is the next song. Who is this? No. Glenn for high. You knew that. Surprise. Yes. The home alone. Phase. That was joy as your next art from nineteen ninety-five name the singer. Is I speak. Okay. You don't you say, okay. That's not part of the game. Oh, yeah. Oh, we have a couple of go. Here is the current score. You're keeping tally. Nobody really cares. Johnny johnny. Who's this? Speedwagon? Yep. Yep. Speedwagon or they got so schmaltzy at.

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Adventure Series Book Publisher Sues Netflix Over Trademark

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Adventure Series Book Publisher Sues Netflix Over Trademark

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the almond board of California representing California's almond community a collection of family run farms dedicated to making life better through innovation and responsibly producing a healthy food more at almondsustainability dot org. You know, what they say about your favorite movie? No matter. How many times you watch? It always ends the same. That is not true. For one episode of the Netflix show black mirror. An episode called bender snatch lets viewers make decisions for the main character the format reminds some people of the shoes your own adventure book series. And that prompted choose your on adventures publisher to choose this adventure. They chose to sue. Here's a Lexi Horowitz Ghazi of NPR's planet money podcast. Choose your own adventure books, are what people often point to when trying to explain the concept of interactive narrative the series sold more than two hundred fifty million copies over its heyday in the nineteen eighties and nineties, it's popular. Rarity waned, but the fanfare around net. Flicks is banner snatch has signaled new hope for the interactive genera, Shannon, Gilligan is the CEO. And publisher of choose co the company that currently publishes that choosier on adventure books, and is suing Netflix, even she sees banner snatch as a turning point for the interactive narrative market. I think that we are seeing the beginning of a new genre in streaming end in theatrical release. So why is the small publisher of the choose your own adventure books suing the company that could help jump start the market for interactive content. We simply want to protect our trademark bender. Snatch tells the dark and sometimes gruesome story of teenage programmer as he works to adopt a fictional book called Bander snatch into a video game with multiple branching plotlines, choose coz lawsuit evolved out of this scene knows that she's your own eventually book. You decide what your character does? Look a game. That is the moment. Choose co claims that Netflix ran afoul of their trademark. Choose goes suit claims that net Netflix is use of the phrase. Choose your own adventure causes confusion for viewers about whether or not Bander snatch is affiliated with choose coz signature book series. It's not for the record. It also claims that being associated with the dark content in banner snatch turning the family friendly reputation of choosier on adventure books and the company is suing for both in injunction against net. Netflix and damages of at least twenty five million dollars again, choose coz publisher, Shannon, Gilligan trademark law. Requires that you protect your Mark. Because if you don't you lose control of it. So it makes perfect sense. From choose coz perspective to try to ring. Whatever value remains out of this trademark. Chris bregman teaches law at New York University spokesman says that choose coz lawsuit is also about combating one of the great dangers to try. Mark holders. The concept known as genera side, genera side is the idea that trademark law is not supposed to be withdrawing words from the English language if the trademarked name for a particular product manages to become so popular it's used in everyday language to describe a whole category of products. It runs the risk of losing its status as a valid trademark case. In point the words zipper was originally a trademark for a tooth closure. But people started using the words zipper for any tooth closure and that trademark became worthless. It became generic aspirin thermos escalator just a few one time trademarks that have succumbed to genera side. And while companies are obliged to fight to protect their trademark. They also run the risk of losing it in the process because the legal determination that a trademark has become generic often happens through lawsuits like this one Chris sprig mint says that means there's an inherent risk to choose coast strategy. He other playing with fire because it's entire. Airlie possible that choose co files a lawsuit. They end up with a finding that the Marcus become generic Carla Engelbrecht director of product innovation at Netflix wouldn't comment on the lawsuit. But she says that Bander snatch has tested the technology and confirmed the appetite for new interactive programming. What does it mean for romance? What does it mean for documentaries personally? I would love to see a really soapy cheesy telenovela. That's like slap him or cheat on him. What still unclear is whether they'll choose their own descriptions of what they make Alexi Horowitz Ghazi NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast. Actual speeds. Vary and are not guaranteed.

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'Gilligan's Island' Star Dawn Wells 'Embarrassed' but 'Flattered' After GoFundMe Raises Thousands

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

'Gilligan's Island' Star Dawn Wells 'Embarrassed' but 'Flattered' After GoFundMe Raises Thousands

"He believes the judiciary has brought a thirty to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly released emails, highlighting his views on abortion and racial issues. After a partisan fights

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'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells is broke after 'life-threatening surgery,' collecting donations via GoFundMe

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells is broke after 'life-threatening surgery,' collecting donations via GoFundMe

"With more of America's First News court nominee. Brad Kavanagh stressed that he believes the judiciary has brought authority to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly

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Woman falls off sailboat; husband apparently didn't notice for hours

Tim Conway Jr.

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Woman falls off sailboat; husband apparently didn't notice for hours

"Now this there's another woman, here, in Rhode Island Newport Rhode Island investigators are trying to learn more about a bizarre incident off the. Coast of Rhode Island. According to CBS, Boston a woman said she fell off a sailboat and her husband didn't know she'd been overboard for hours I could talk to him US coast says the woman said she was on her husband's thirty nine, foot sailboat sometime Friday afternoon and there were sailing, from, Newport. To East Greenwich green witch The woman who had thirties, haven't, identified Was found on an island nearby at four AM and by a passing boater who heard her cries for help The Providence. Journal reports that the, woman had had mild hypothermia refused treatment or husband was found around two AM in. Warwick after he is sailboats ground demand told local police that he thought his. Wife was below deck and sleeping didn't realize she was missing Quotas. Pretty challenging because you could have been anywhere she could've swam to another island or. Another side of the bay Or a buoy or a beach where to Gilligan's

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'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far

Elvis Duran

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far

"So Dan Fogelman the creator of of this is us sat down with deadline and he told the audiences I'll get. Ready season three, comes back September the, twenty fifth but he gave us a little insight on what they're going to be. Discussing three they're going to be, tackling, Vietnam Jack and Rebecca's, first date Randall. And Beth I ate during a dive into Toby suffering, from depression and they're also gonna talk about, Jack's, brother NICKY and what his role was with the at Phnom and his role to Jack. As. Well okay so there's some of the cool story lines we getting on the third season

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"gilligan" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"gilligan" Discussed on Serial Killers

"On may thirtieth nineteen fourteen amy archer gilligan murdered her latest victim at her nursing home in windsor connecticut she needed sixty one year old franklin andrews out of the way so she could give his room to to new perspective residents but franklin was relatively young and healthy when he died his sister nellie was both heartbroken and suspicious she interrogated amy about her brother's final days but none of amy's defensive answers made any sense nellie went to see her brother's corks she noticed he didn't look particularly hill he looked more like someone who had been murdered nellie took her story to clifton sherman a reporter at the hartford current he was intrigued by nelly suspicions about her brother's death by the spring of nineteen fourteen several reporters at the hartford current were investigating amy clinton sherman robert thayer and carlin gaza who had suspected amy of murder for years as sherman promise that the reporters of the hartford current would help investigate her brother's death amy was busy luring new victims into her home and june first amy sent a letter to the gaudi's apologizing for the delay in getting their room ready as usual she utilized her benevolent persona to justify herself amy wrote quote i was about to get your room ready and call you at once but one of our loved ones here was taken ill and i had to be with him you may know he needed me when i tell you he passed away with ulcers in his stomach he was very very dear to us and you must try to forgive me if i am causing you any unpleasantness and quote not only did amy murder franklin so the gowdy is could move into his room she used franklin's death as a way of manipulating the couple for sympathy on july fourteenth nineteen fourteen the goudy signed up for amy's one thousand dollar upfront payment plan around the time that the gowdy is moved into the archer home in the summer of nineteen fourteen the hartford current reporters decided it was time to take all the evidence that they had gathered to the police investigators were flabbergasted when the reporters told them their suspicions they believed amy had murdered at least forty people between nineteen o eight and nineteen fourteen the police weren't sure they believed the reporters but nevertheless they agreed to bring state attorney hugh alcorn onboard and launch at investigation in early december just five months after she moved into the archer home alice gowdy began suffering from the same symptoms that had felled so many of the home's residents her stomach ached her throat burned she was vomiting profusely but she had no fever instead of relying on dr king alice requested the assistance of dr thomson a man she'd known and trusted for years under thompson's watchful eye alison mmediately improved but the moment dr thompson left amy resumed serving alice poisoned lemonade and this time there was no chance to call dr alice died on december ninth nineteen fourteen but with this steph things were different amy had no idea she was being spied on zola bennett and undercover private investigator had been living in the archer home for weeks as part of the state's investigation into amy she obtained a room by posing as a wealthy friendless widow and when amy poisoned alice gowdy in december of nineteen fourteen zola was watching her every move zola continued her investigation into nineteen fifteen interviewing residents and looking into amy's financial documents for clues as to her motives but alcorn and the police needed more evidence than zola could provide if they really wanted to prove that amy was poisoning residence then they needed to examine the corpses of summer for victims and a longer the investigation took the more time it gave amy to kill her residents by the time alcorn received the approval he needed to zoom franklin andrews in may of nineteen sixteen several more residents of the archer home had died on may second nineteen sixteen the paperwork was finally in place that night state attorney hugh alcorn superintendent thomas egan a few police officers and the state pathologist dr arthur woolf went.

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"gilligan" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"gilligan" Discussed on Serial Killers

"By february nineteen ten amy archer gilligan had successively poisoned her husband james and taken over their business running a nursing home in windsor connecticut and amy easily convinced the homes resident physician dr king that james had died of natural causes he assuredly wrote bright's disease or kidney disease on james's death certificate but not everyone was convinced that james had died naturally the first two suspect amy if a potential murder was her friend carlin gaselee gosling was twentyfouryearold insurance salesman and part time reporter for the local newspaper the hartford current he was also a passionate amateur detective and the treasurer for a social club called the windsor rogue detecting society if anyone was going to sniff out a serial killer it was an aspiring detective like gaselee but believe it or not gosling started out as one of amy's strongest supporters he fully believed that amy archer was a kind hearted christian woman doing his town of windsor connecticut great service by running her home for the elderly he later remarked quote i thought she was a wonderful person and quote gaza liked amy so much that he even defended her after she was sued in december of nineteen o nine for neglecting theresa mcclintock but after amy's seemingly healthy husband james died suddenly on february second of nineteen ten gosling grew suspicious he began dan investigating amy in the spring of nineteen ten and asking townspeople about james steph it didn't take long for amy to find out through town gossip that gosling was investigating her she was furious at the betrayal of a former friend and prepared to do everything in her power to undermine gosselies investigation we've seen how vindictive and manipulative amy can be when angered and she stayed true to form amy soon launched a campaign to get revenge on ghazali by turning the town of windsor against him and ruining his reputation she came terrifyingly close to succeeding goslings daughter later noted quote many people in town thought that amy was a wonderful person and dad got many threatening phone calls they thought she was a very caring and philanthropic woman because she did so many nice things for windsor and quote but despite amy's attempts to assassinate goslings character he was still able to raise the suspicions of some of the people a few months after james archer's death in february of nineteen ten dr king wrote to a friend quote amy has been a victim of persecution as any number of people in town dislike or personally and have caused suspicions to be directed against her and quote goslings investigation may have created additional stress for amy and fuelled her murders or she may have simply been encouraged to keep killing after getting away with her husband's death just over a year later almost two dozen residents had died at the archer home and on may twenty fifth nineteen eleven amy picture latest victim hilton griffin an eighty one year old resident of the archer home passed away mysteriously any call dr howard king who quickly noted the cause of death as quote general debility and old age and quote amy had the body removed and bombed and buried as quickly as possible she sent flowers for the family and donated money to the church but she never sent flowers or donated money out of benevolence this was all part of amy's grandmotherly christian persona as amy's biographer m w phelps noted quote amy didn't just have a few supporters she worked hard to maintain her flawless image and quote amy may have also relished playing the role of the grieving caregiver according to criminology professor scott bon quote although most female serial killers murder for money or other profit some do it for the attention and sympathy they receive following the death of someone they cared for and quote the image amy crafted for herself worked at first no one noticed anything unusual about hilton griffin's demise until carlin gos lead took a closer look.

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 Wayne Rooney agrees deal in principle to leave Everton for DC United

FOX Sports Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Wayne Rooney agrees deal in principle to leave Everton for DC United

"Who else is at five hundred l glover is that little roy is laura glover out there right now four under par lucas glover charles how will the third time with justin rose at four under by the way that's a gilligan's island reference for you right there gilligan's island by the way i just went berman on you here's what i always wondered about gilligan's island right they would do specials where like the harlem globetrotters would come in the way that should have been part of our poll question harlem globetrotters okay the globetrotters gotta get to the island and they gotta get off the island how they get on and off the island and they couldn't save you know ginger marianne who's going to suggest to you that the three hour tour that begat gilligan's island and put all those folks of different socio economic status on the island for as long as they did requires some suspension of disbelief just just going right that's a great one that that boat boto yelp review look like not many stars every fewer than there were on the island star alan hale about a skipper thought this morning wayne rooney one of the greatest soccer stars international he's gonna leave everton of the premier league join dc united come over stateside play in the mls for about sixteen million dollars so is that what they all do that would go is that play in the mls slots on is a a significant actual in his prime star.

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