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Here's What We're Watching During Quarantine
"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?
Share your location with ICE?
"Byron Towel reporter for the Wall Street Journal. You and your colleague. Michelle Hackman published a report last week. That at the federal government is using cell phone location data for immigration enforcement. What kind of data are we talking about? Well we're talking about data that's usually collected through APPs APPs or online display ads that revealed the user's location so this is a big pool of data that marketing companies and data brokers control and often make available for resale and reuse. So you're talking about advertisements and you're also talking about APPs leisure. Say I look at my phone. What kind of APPS? Typically you would gather this kind of information. And how would I encounter these advertisements all kinds of APPs. Gather this information for example when you open open a rideshare APP that is collecting your location often. restaurant or view APPs like yelp are asking for your location e. Commerce sites are asking for your location even even gains or sometimes asking for your location. Most people don't read the privacy policies or the terms of service of the apps they use and even if they do it's not always always clear Exactly what the APP is or is not allowed to do you know they'll use vague phrases like we reserve the right to sell your data for analytics in marketing research. But it doesn't always spell out exactly where that data is going and even after it leaves. One party's hands Industry insiders say that. There's a chain of custody of data that it starts with one company and then it's passed to another is sold to another and then as licensed to another and so it's very difficult to understand exactly how this industry works and where data is going. So how is this data. Usually used by marketing companies. Generally speaking most of these marketing companies want to serve you display ads or they want to do real world analytics on consumer behavior so they could serve you an ad for a nearby restaurant in an APP or on a website that you're browsing or alternatively they could collect the location data from something like a weather there ap and use it to study essentially what people are doing. So how much foot traffic is a store. Have How many people attended a concert. There's all sorts of Algorithm aalto rhythmic Sort of experiments you can run on large scale data when you're collecting that much location data from that many people and can you tell the location of a specific individual given this. This data is anonymous is door or can you actually know where a given individual has gone. Yes a narrow so so in this data set to the marketers. You're basically just an Alpha numeric string of letters and numbers but your real world behavior gives away a lot. What about you so for example? You're probably the only person in the world that transits between your home and your work. Every day that essential pattern of going between your home home and your workplace two data points that are pretty easy to get on. Most people will give away who the owner of the phone is in many cases and we saw that in a Big New York Times. Expose who got access to some of this data and manage to from these anonymous Alpha numeric strings of figure out who specific individuals were in a large data. Set a couple of real life examples. They want to talk about including forty six year old math teacher named Lisa. It shows. She leaves her house or leaves the house. I should say an upstate. New York it's seven. Am every day travels to a middle school fourteen miles away. It shows. You went to a weight watchers. Meeting her dermatologist's office hiking with her a dog over to her ex boyfriend's house where she stayed this is a very intimate and detailed. Look at WHO. A person is In the case of Lisa right her location reported eighty six hundred times. There are some real national security implications about this. I mean you saw from this. One data. Set Phone's ringing. All over the White House phones owns peeing all over the Pentagon they were even able to do that with president. Trump's security right. They were able to follow a specific security. Agent as that agent was is Moving around with president trump. That person was a believed to be a secret service agent and we were able to follow that person to their home. We were able from there. Air To understand who that person's spouse was see trips to a school per se which was supposedly dropping off their child? Things that that he no. No normal person should be able to see especially a journalist three thousand miles away so this is data that while technically you're or just a string of letters and numbers to these marketing companies. It does reveal a lot about you and anyone with an amphibious purpose. Or who wanted to de-legitimize this data would not have that much trouble the doing
Trump administration suspends enrollment in Global Entry for New Yorkers
"If you've gone their costumes at an airport. Recently you may have seen or used that fast track line global entry. It's an enrollment program. Tsa Pre check that prescreens travelers in this case to give US citizens sends expedited entry back into the United States. The trump administration is now suspending enrollment in the program but only for New Yorkers that changes connected connected to New York sanctuary laws which are designed to safeguard immigrants who come into the US illegally from deportation joining me now from Washington to explain is Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle. What's the department's reasoning for suspending enrollment? For New Yorkers in these programs sure so New York state passed a law aw it went into effect in December called the green light law and it does two things first of all it allows unauthorized immigrants to apply for driver's licenses but of of more key concern to the Department of Homeland Security. It also says it also shields the state's driver's license records so all the records of the DM Vive from from the Department of Homeland Security and that was intended as a sort of protection for unauthorized immigrants in New York. Obviously ice and C. B. P. or Halston the Department of Homeland Security and can do often use DMV data to track down unauthorized immigrants and deport them. So that was the intent behind the law but what. Da H justice saying is. This is a really dangerous thing you've done. You've cut off a really key investigative tool to us you know. We use this information not only for unauthorized immigrants but often for criminals that were tracking down for people that we want to be able to match up their face with their photo get their address other information that's contained in the database but Michelle. How does cracking down? Enrollment among New Yorkers in these so-called trusted traveler programs fit in with the trump administration's overall immigration policies as. Well it's two fold. You know says that these programmes we know when you apply for something like global entry or a century card something like that. They check state driver's license records as part of the check that they put you through to make sure that you can be trusted traveler and not having access to. There's information really impedes their efforts to do that. And so they said you know it's not really safe. We are going to just cut off on New Yorkers access to these programs but I think it's also also meant as a a warning to New York to try to get them to change their law warning to other states who might be considering adopting similar sanctuary laws that you're going to face consequences. If you do this I mean. The the trump administration really hate sanctuary policies in his willing to will be sort of blunt access to try to change them right. This suspension comes after the president spoke out against sanctuary cities pointedly during his State of the Union address. And we're hearing from critics including putting a spokesman for New York Governor Andrew. Cuomo who called the department's move political retaliation. Is that the sense observers. have of this move. Yeah so I think that there you know there is some legitimate security concern however the fact that VHS is really airing this argument publicly with New York rather than trying resolve it with them rather than even trying to go through. The courts suggests that there's there's some political upside for them. Here you know they really like fighting sanctuary policies that they think are unpopular. They think that plays well with President. Trump's base and. I think we're going to keep seeing them. Do things like that. New York is also a great fo- for them in that respect. So what about New Yorkers who are already enrolled in these programs will they be impacted and our other people interested in the program being discouraged from applying. Well so they're about eighty two thousand New Yorkers right now according to the h s that had applications in process for one of these programs global entry etcetera that are going to have their applications occasions denied. Those people will feel real impact. Immediately people currently enrolled can keep using their status but folks who would have had to renew this year. There are just not going to be able to renew. That's Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman joining me from Washington. Thank you so much
"hackman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Me and I started watching I watched Mississippi burning this whole gene Hackman movie gene Hackman willing to follow came out when I was a kid I never watched it because you know when your kid you don't watch things about southern segregation and people being murdered actually I do watch in school did you in middle school yeah **** totally understand that I can mention whether to and I when I watched it and it's very visceral and really takes you back to what things were like in nineteen sixty four and I keep hearing so much today in twenty nineteen about how we're living under systemic racial oppression and injustice and it's so hard to be black in America and you know there's there's there's this the systemic oppressions that are taking place nothing even remotely close to what is portrayed in that film and I went on to watch a documentary actual newsreels with Walter Cronkite covering the same incidents and is just incredibly eye opening to watch that stuff to this day the conditions that people were living under in Mississippi in nineteen sixty four to not exist anywhere on this hemisphere nothing even remotely close to it exists today but you wouldn't know that listening to the left you don't also noteworthy is that the the tactics the tactics and the rhetoric and the motorcycle indict utilized by white supremacists and the KKK in the nineteen sixties against black people and again supporters of civil rights are exactly the same tactics and modus operandi I and rhetoric being utilized by the left today and they are establishing a new segregation they are establishing a new system of oppression a new Jim crow of sorts a digital Jim crow and the targets are you and me it's no longer divided along racial lines it's about along political lines in order to affect their revolution and by the way this was the plan all along you know who the segregation swore in nineteen sixty four Democrats nothing's changed six.
"hackman" Discussed on The Working Experience
"Your special and now this. Generation millennial generation and generation Z is looking for meaning in work in looking for meaning in everything they do. And all that all that good stuff in this only comes from being on this planet decades. Right. You, you have a perspective. Right. Matt Neier bit older bit long in the tooth as they say, and we use see that the reality of life is, you know, there, there is struggles right? There are obstacles that you have to overcome in the vast majority of your existence would be boring. Right. Wouldn't you say that? Like, like, what are you doing today? Like it's born if you tell me what you're gonna do today, I'm going to be like, I'd rather watch paint dry. Yeah. What, what do you mean? Just like on a day off or something like that. No, no. When I went to my point is, is the expectation is, you know, the life of a, you know, Hollywood star o r or like or, you know, you're running an NGO, and you could just press a button become, you know, multimillionaire, like, what people don't realize is, you know, you, you look, you look at the result, like, for instance, you look at CEO of, let's say, let's say a fictitious CEO of a former suitable company, and you want to be that CEO that pharmaceutical company and he makes ten million dollars year. But what you don't realize what that individual went through went through two decades of trudging through absolute shit through the corporate world. Maybe is on his fourth marriage. He was working eighty hours a week. You see him at the destination, but you didn't see all the hard work to get to that destination. And there's also to is that, that CEO might you know, glamorize his journey, you know, maybe he doesn't maybe he's not fort right about it. So then people think like, oh yeah I'm going to do this, but they don't they don't they don't realize what it would take to become successful. They don't realize they just see an actor who gets into a Utah film, or TV show, but they didn't see the fifteen years of absolute drudgery before they got that big break. Well, you know, I was just watching something on YouTube about Gene Hackman, because those things will pop up, like you know where whatever happened. Gene Hackman and he just retired you retired from acting he didn't make a huge announcement. I think at one time he held a record for being in the most movies or something. You know, he just said he was getting older, and he didn't want to be cast and grandpa type roles. He was not interested in it. And he writes, he writes, historical novels, and he paints. He originally went to art school, and he also said like being on film set and Joe Rogan said, the same thing he's like, it, it's a lot of drudgery like it's a lot of waiting around. It's a lot of Joe Rogan say just found it so boring. Like you're ninety percent of the time you're just sitting around and then you're on camera for two minutes. And then, you know, we'll you've you've been on a film set, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I've been I've been on a film, set for both features and for TV shows. It's, it's crazy. Boring. It's tedious. You create its cre-, like the, you'd literally there were shots that would take ten hours to set up your. I mean, it was so that the actors would come in and they. You, you would stage the scene. So you get all your markers, and then they would go away into their trailers and wait. I, I mean hours, like five six seven eight hours and then come on, like you said for like, ten minutes of work and then go back and that process, you know, forty days of filming it was crazy. And I mean, if you're trying to break into acting in your background person or some, you're getting paid like one hundred bucks a day. And if you're working on a TV show or something I mean they literally just yell out background..
Texas Tech's School Of Medicine To Stop Considering Race In Admissions
"Support for NPR comes from investor dot gov. Presenting this message when it comes to investing. We all have questions and investor dot gov has answers, it's your free resource for tools. Tips and information about investing before you invest investor dot gov. Okay. The Trump administration has ordered the medical school at Texas Tech university to stop using race as a factor in admissions. And now one question is whether this case has broader implications for -firmative action in this country. This is the first time the administration has made this kind of a demand of a school. It comes after a fourteen year. Federal federal investigation of Texas Tech's use of affirmative action, Michelle hack, Ben covers national education policy for the Wall Street Journal, and she had access to some of the documents detailing an agreement between the university's medical school and the department of education, thanks for coming in days for having me. So what exactly did the administration conclude here that has the making this demand? So there are two requirements if you wanna use affirmative action. The first one is that your use of race when you're picking, you know, students in admissions is that it's very narrowly used it's one factor in many and the other is that you do regular checks in colleges. Most colleges have interpreted this to mean annual checks that race is really a factor. That's uniquely helpful in sort of achieving the type of diversity that you wanna campus that you can't use race neutral factors like, you know, a person's income whether someone's bilingual things like that. And they found the Texas Tech the the medical school had not been doing these annual checks. And so it was unclear whether their use of race was really necessary the way that they're seeing it was. So what happens now is the school basically saying, yes, we weren't doing these checks where wrong, and we're going to cooperate and stop using raise. That's right. So what they signed with the education apartment is called a resolution agreement where they say we agree to stop using race to come into compliance with your view of anti-discrimination law. Now, I think what's remarkable about that. Is that the education department sort of you know, their enforcement was that they wanted the school to immediately stop using race rather than sort of conduct the analysis that they hadn't done remind me of the broader context here. I mean hasn't the supreme court ruled several times schools can use a -firmative action if they want diversity. So why do these legal challenges keep having so proponents of affirmative action woods? Say that they'd say this court has said several times that race permissible that it's imported in fact, if you wanna be able to achieve diversity, but in the twenty sixteen case, so this was first Fisher versus the university of Texas. The decisions would have left an opening for legal challenges. They said you have to do these sort of regular checks to make sure it's still necessary. And the we've seen the Trump administration really lean into that and say, we want this to be as nearly tailored as possible last July. They actually you've rolled back this guidance. That was almost like a roadmap that the Obama administration had created to say, here's how you can use affirmative action legally. So the Trump administration took that away sort of signaling that they were going to go ahead and try to enforce. Affirmative act. You know, not using affirmative action as strongly as they possibly could blow on the the administration is is investigating policies at at other places like Harvard Yale could this be the administration just getting started here. So I think the specifics of this case are unique to the Texas Tech health sciences center. That's the you know, the larger school with medical schools housed. But the administration does have, you know, a civil rights investigations open at Harvard at Yale over their use of -firmative action. Those cases specifically looking at Asian American students. And so it's a question whether we'll see them continuing to enforce this really strict narrow view of affirmative action at those schools or possibly other schools where they could open investigations, I think it puts those schools on notice. Michelle Hackman covers national education policy at the Wall Street Journal. Thanks a lot. Thank you.
"hackman" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Spreads. Remember this list didn't go with on? It would remember when we had and in Virk on. Remember when he said he liked Gene Hackman. Yes. This is my favorite Gene Hackman row over connection. You like this more than French connection? French connections way better now. Gene, Gene, Hackman this movie rules, and the the the report between Eastwood Freeman is just so great. I love unforgiven. It's it's one of the best westerns ever made a forgiving good pick. At you again. This is not thought it would be from Troas a very diverse list. I like this. You're gonna get some love here at think my number two ninety nine out of a hundred for me the departed, it's the best movie. I've seen since I started seeing movies in two thousand six rating them we've already talked departed enough. But just did that that'd be my favorite words story for you is if you never got to wash his single movie until two thousand six that's eighty like you like willy Wonka from the Johnny Depp version. He couldn't have candy because his dad was a dentist. You just buck in love movies now. No jefford. You may not watch the land before time you pig. Did apart. It is. Basically perfect start to finish only not one hundred because something I have a head of that has to hold that title of one hundred. So the rat the onc- G I out of the end of the movie because he thought the metaphors too on the nose. That's my favorite Kickstarter of time there to those who haven't seen it. There's a Kickstarter. That's it's a joke. But essentially CGI out the rat at the end of the departed in it it lists convoluted process to do it. Like like a Nathan for you episode. Very funny. I mean, the quotes Nebi the script is incredible. That movie I love the script and that movie, and that's what takes a great story and brings it to another level because the banter between characters report every character has just outstanding audience number two is the godfather right number one best Oscars best picture winner. Who you got Jack? I number one is e it's like easy to think for me in this listeners know, conscience, Ben it launched the big John Rover hit Neil westerns and.
"hackman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Founder of Heckman financial, Eric Hackman, and Eric gives you solid independent personalized financial advice. He's a well known speaker, and he's an author too. And he can provide you with advice to get you to and through retirement with worry, less wealth. So we're talking about the three stages of retirement. We have the go years, you're slow go years. And then this stage that comes next, and that is the won't go years really probably the most important plan that you have to figure out. So how do you stress to clients that they should have strategies in place to help ensure that they are covered for this last stage of retirement. Yeah. Well, this is the stage at really none of us really want to talk about. It's a little tougher and use it when your health not so great, Hugh may or may not be widowed by this point. And yeah, you really have to figure out how you can get the quality of life you want. What are you going to be doing and more importantly, really who's around to help you? I mean, I've got one client here that the kids are down in southern California. They're going down to visit them and then there had enough. She calls her aunt or something. But just somebody who she is cared for a lot. She's in a home right now, and they had to come back up to help her and do all this stuff for her. And it's very nice of them to do it. They're not related technically. But it's nice. If you have a friend like that. But if you don't know who's going to be there to help you who's going to be there to help take care of you you want to really make sure you have all the financial illegal stuff set up. Right. You wanna have.
Stitch Fix falls; air travel to soar; Television City sold
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Stitch fix falls air travel to soar television city sold number of the day. Twenty one percent. That's how much shares of stitch fix fell after it said that user growth will be flat in the current quarter. The online clothing service posted earnings of ten point seven million dollars ten cents per share Monday on revenue of three hundred sixty six point two million dollars exceeding Wall Street expectations. But it's disappointing outlook caused analysts to downgrade. The stock. The San Francisco company said it would focus on getting its customers to spend more instead of trying to reach new users sound stages sold CBS has sold the famed television city, it's Los Angeles headquarters and production facility to a real estate developer for seven hundred fifty million dollars shows made at television city include the young and the restless and the price is right. They will stay for at least five more years. The buyer is Hackman capital partners. And we'll have the right to use the. Vision city name CBS purchased the twenty five acre property in nineteen fifty when it expanded operations from New York to the west coast shows that have been produced at the historic venue include all in the family and the Carol Burnett show other number of the day two point five million. That's how many people that US airlines expect to travel each day during the Christmas and New Year's break an increase of five point two percent over last year. The busiest day is expected to be the Friday before Christmas. The least busy days will be Christmas Eve and Christmas day trade group airlines for America said Tuesday that it forecast forty five point seven million. Passengers will flan a US airline during the eighteen day stretch that starts Thursday December twentieth and runs through January six the Sunday. After New Year's day daily briefing is compiled from San Francisco Chronicle staff and new services for more items than links subscribe to the tech chronicle newsletter at SF chronicle dot com slash newsletter. Twitter at. Tech chronicle.
Frank Clark vows that Seahawks' Richard Sherman era over
"Austin extra will be available short week doesn't seem enough time. For those guys to get rid comes the northwestern kid. Here comes the northwest. Justin, Justin Jackson. Irie comes also Philly rib as close aired out Thursday night eight that kid was ready for his close up against Pittsburgh on Sunday night football. Here we go. Anything on Spencer where tyreek hill on that front. Have not seen anything. Yeah. Me. See let me look it up. Here. You got something that yet? Okay. Tyreek hill expected to practice today, Spencer where and Sammy Watkins not. Yep. Oh, yeah. There you go. Tyreek hill returned to practice. Andy Reid said he's moving around. All right. And should be okay. For thursday. All right. Spencer where did not practice? You sent me this thing. Berry Jackson down in Miami said Ryan tannehill confirmed for the first time that he has stem cells banked in the Grand Cayman islands to use. If needed to quote, improve my quality of life or help them heal from future injuries had advanced stem cell treatment at the Regina came in in two thousand seventeen. Is that legal? That's the worst. John Grisham story. I've ever heard the follow up to the firm. Let's go to the Grand Cayman check on ten June who's gonna break in. Let's let's let's let's drug up, gene. Hackman and go grab tannahill stem cells. That's the worst Grisham novel. I've ever heard Tom Cruise looks exactly the same. Okay. Or is that is that the the dolphin brief? That'd be the dolphin brief. Nice. Where do you stand on these NBA conspiracies Keno last year? It was the flat earth that kind of dominated with these guys. Okay. Well, Debbie heard the latest one says he didn't see thought. Steph. Curry was on the wing and podcast and Ken bays, more and said, they believe the moon landing. Never happened the hell. And now a rep from NASA was talking to TMZ said this day will invite a curry to check out the lunar labs and all the evidence that proves that a really went down. And Houston spokesman said, quote, there's lots of evidence NASA landed twelve American astronauts on the moon from eighteen sixty nine nine hundred seventy two we'd love Mr. curry to tour are lunar lab at Johnson Space Center in Houston wins Golden State of Houston next March. Now what we're doing on March? You wanna put anything officially on the record rich? Do you think the moon landing happened moon landing happened? Okay, moon landing happened in. This is a is a round orb. We're spinning around on right now. Third rock from the sun. What's your absurd in your mind? The flatter. The flat earth come on. Just because you drive a road. And you don't fall off. It does not mean that we're. I don't even. Look, you know, what I knew that. We. I'm so glad we're getting an editor system since a bona fide newsman Jeremy shops brought to join us. You know, when the news segment is over when you say the words a NASA spokesman reached out to TMZ. No, it's over. So thank you. Chris
"hackman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Tuesday. Exercise your power vote for democrat, Elaine Lurie Afrikaner, it's paid for by Brady pack, not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee. So Freddie kitchens his chimed in. I. Yeah. Press conference of the offensive coordinator of the Cleveland Browns said what what did he have to say to Mary Kay? He said at the end of his press conference, quote, one other thing, I thought this was going to come up, and I just want to address it. I have not been offered any head coaching job. Love it. I'm liking it. I'm liking it. I'm like in Greg Williams coming in. And you you just never know what to expect from him. Don't know what to expect. Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition as the. Monty python crew wants told you you never know it's can jump out at you. Greg Williams the way that he's got his beard. He does look like those guys from the Spanish inquisition. He does look like it about the outfit. You know? It's coming. It's coming. Now, what what where did the, Gene Hackman conversation? Just come from. Where did that happen? All of a sudden. I don't know because we're we're treading on very light very hallowed ground here. You're going to start talking. Oh, that's right. We just had this conversation that TV. What's the best, gene? Hackman movie of all time you said, and then we we were talking about I brought it bad boys. And then that. And you said we'll Smith has never been bad in a movie, and I was like, oh, no he's playing himself like Denzel. Okay. And then somehow I said crimson tide. And that was no, no, no. You said what's the best Gene Hackman movie? I said, oh, gosh, you said conversation, which is which may be the best unknown. Underrated, gene. It's a it's a Francis Ford Coppola movie from the early seventies. That is fantastic. I believe Harrison Ford made his movie debut in it. Okay. And it is really amazing and worth your time. It's all really school. Move outs. It's a couple of movies crimson ties crimson tide. Of gene, Hattie Hagman N dente, by the way, I put up the Paul, and I didn't have French connection on there. He won the Oscar for that movie. And everyone's saying French connection, right? He wanted. He won the Oscar for French connection and for little Bill unforgiving, which I think is the best western ever made. That is a perfect movie. Yeah. A perfect movie and then TJ out superman. He's lex Luther. I mean, another great, Gene Hackman. Okay. Gene, Hackman, you can make this argument in the best western of all time on forgiven, and I know I'm treading on some dangerous ground there with western fans of the old Eastwood movies best picture. Again. And and obviously the the spaghetti westerns and the John Ford films. You unforgiven is a perfect movie best western and best sports movie of all time is hoosiers. And don't ask me. Nobody at me coach Dale may be the best sports character in movie history the scenes from that film are the the number of times that you can quote a hoosiers seen in everyday life. I've lost track from it. Doesn't matter. What you're doing in your life? If you think you're doing the biggest thing in your life. Guess what measure the rim of the floor and the free throw line of the baseline. And it's the same damn thing is maybe something else you've done before just a bigger stage. It was funny though, maybe not the Todd Haley Daniel, Jeremiah, my buddy DJ sent me a text after Todd. Haley was sent packing on Monday that I didn't get until I got off the flight from London because when the send a text takes a while to download right? He sent me the scene of when he sent to the interim coach of hickory George was in Rudy Rudy. Yes. And George packing to tell him you're coaching days or over and says will you leave leave the ball behind George that is what he thought was the scene of when they told Todd. Haley was out in Cleveland. I'm telling you the best sports movie. Gene hackman. I met him once in Jacksonville at the Super Bowl between the patriots and the eagles. He was at an event that I was hosting Jack del Rio brought him. Jack del Rio and his wife walked in with Gene Hackman in his wife, and Gene Hackman I went right up to him. And he knew who the hell I was and I called Susie on like, you never get just..
"hackman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You guys don't think that I would lose a fight against Gene Hackman, but you do think I'd lose one, two clinics would rush. You lose to Hackman to honest with you. Stugatz. That doesn't mean I can't fight. My fighting game has been. I haven't used it in about nine hundred here. I mean, have you ever seen every which way but loose man, he would kick your tail. I mean, every brought the arena today, we just throw a handful of gluten in your eye and it'd be like. Sheeting, throw things that Gene Hackman doesn't play fair. You know, he does not come on guys guys. What do you mean? I can't win a fight now on across Gene Hackman. Look at his base man. It's such an angry face seriously. He would take you out to the woodshed these live at our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio here. Put on the polls. You wanna fight a dude named gene still got saying, I lose all fights. Anyone throughout history named gene. Gene, Katie, Gene Hackman. You just don't wanna fight JEAN CLAUDE van Damme oh my God. I mean, Jean Katie would mop the floor with Gene. Hackman. I'm serious. I'm sitting here saying you don't wanna fight a dude named gene. Do you wanna fight a dude named gene? Here's the thing with jeans, jeans, get more intimidating as they get older. Gene twenty-something not nearly as intimidating as gene at sixty minutes katie's. Get in touch with the show. Anytime you hear about, do you even know gene katie's? Anything about pretty basketball? You don't know anything you, you child, you ignorant child not lived until you know what Jean Katie looks like. Google Google, Google gear mo- you ignorant. You couldn't have taken gene wilder when he was here. I would a mop the floor physically with what remaining hair gene wilder hat. Gene katie's, not someone you wanna mess. You see the way that he come that hair over. Come you over. Let me tell you something. He wasn't combing that hair or whatever. What was he doing to it? What was he doing thrown putting it on. What is the? What is it. Two. He was texted terming. Gone Google with people, Google gene Katie after he hit it with his car, he put her on his head. Get in touch with the show any time to the one eight hundred hour. Twitter feed at lebatardshow. I'd still got seven ninety. It is time.
"hackman" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Okay see eddie martel was the was the jerk he was the jerky guy unfortunately not seen this not seeing the replacements and gene hackman is the coach i've seen gene hackman coach basketball team on a movie i've not seen him coach a football team will next time you next time you're sitting still for ninety minutes you should watch the replacements which is never let me tell you some i'm going to give you an observation about the masters that's where i was last word you are last week while i was on a cruise ship and you're eating chicken fingers at unlimited chicken finger bowl i watched a rocket launched a rocket right next to the ship as we're relieving what what kinda rocket like a rocket like nasa rocket yeah like sending stuff up to the indisp ace yes and stuff up to the elon musk to the space station it was his deals it was right now right next to the ship so wait a minute you took off from canaveral then or yeah yeah when canaveral how big was that rocket i mean it was it was big enough to send a big old packet of stuff up to the space station i took a picture of it it was spacex yeah it was big enough to send a big old bog stuff up to the space was is sent like experiments and food up to the space station and it literally we were we were we just done the drill where the teach you how to jump overboard or something goes wrong and what's his sound like when a rocket goes off right beside well you know so the used to be back on the space show still going off we drive down the canal from daytona during speed weeks when you want to write we could watch it from the hotel but i wanted to get close.
"hackman" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"I have not seen the replacements and gene hackman is the coach i've seen gene hackman coach basketball team on the movie i've not seen him coach a football team next time you next time you're sitting still for ninety minutes you should watch the replacements which is never let me tell you some i'm going to give you an observation about the masters that's where i was last week or last week while i was on a cruise ship and you're eating chicken fingers at unlimited chicken finger bowl i watched a rocket launched a rocket right next to the ship as we're relieving i mean it was it was big enough to send a big old packet of stuff up to the space station spacex it was big enough to send a big old box stuff up to the space was is sent like experiments and food up to the space station and it literally we were we were we just done the drill where the teach you how to jump overboard if something goes wrong and what's it sound like when a rocket goes off well you know so they used to be back on the space shuttle still going off we should drive down the canal from daytona during speed weeks when you want to write we could watch it from the hotel but i i wanted to get close you see it and super bright you know where the fire is the technical talk there and it goes up and it's not moving as fast as you think is going to and then all of a sudden it starts picking up speed and write about the topic happen when i saw the shuttle and this also happened standing on the ship this old guy yelled that thing was already way up in the air and a guy yelled at us hey making no noise and right when he it was like seventy miles away right when he said that oh man this rumble luck roll roll law is awesome i saw the salsa somewhat trip that's how my mccrindle i was drinking from suntan lotion bottle which is a whole other store go nasa telescope launch got some research on it nasa telescope well you're looking at rolling mine was mom was april the third second second dakyns traps is computer i can't believe i'm out martyr.
"hackman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"Gene gene hackman what did i say at least the june hoffman okay dustin hoffman a lib looks set other jesus blocking the right after that gene hackman here if you heard this story so hoffman did not much money in the money he did have he he bucket had literally into jars each week and he finally went to gene hackman and said you're kind of a success weather can i can i borrows money freeze at world jars are awful of cash her he said yeah this one's rent this was groceries i have nothing leftover sony to borrow from you as always his form of like mental accounting and yeah and he went that as as kind of a different way to think about it okay we a one more from other gone their midthirties this is a high mykland dan and apparently i'm having other ed this is the this is the second time this week that you could call dan yeah i get call dan on twitter wants to so i'm having a huge impact on people obviously very memorable i'm in my mid thirty's trying to invest a little bit of ramon for the purpose of roma savings of the longterm i tend to buy and a half hazard manner essentially what catches my fancy whether it's an internationally effort general motors as a result my portfolios almost certainly suboptimal be basically says it's kind of a long when he question but he enjoys you know it reading about this stuff in in in in um learning about it but you know is there are significant downside to having this sort of suboptimal portfolio where he just adding pieces overtime yes there certainly is but there's two ports of this one i would think that you can only do this for so long before you realize that its told the suboptimal probably get bored of it and realize like hey this just about having fun anymore and i'm like in the market niches doesn't make sense i guess the risk without as if it's at a taxable accounts that goes on for too long bihar to unwind but i don't see anything wrong behaviorally like learning.
"hackman" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Hackman turns it into gene hackman takes his dialogue takes his lauren's and just he just owns them yeah man miss gene hackman the i do to his wife rebecca pigeon is terrible most wooden actress and she's like up this year major role in it and you're like so it's it's it strictly is not a great movie but it's just one of those were all just a watch it a watch it every time i see it she is going to stiff but for some reason she worked in state man i thought uh 'electric character yeah you know yeah i think uh if you read his books on movies his books sort of put the actor second in a way that he i you don't eat the star the chauvet well he's like you don't like you don't pick up a book thoughtfully uh the just picks up the damn book right that the direction is pick up the damn book yeah it's not a you don't pick it up a thoughtfully you don't get up wistfully you don't pick it up with uh with memories of your dead wife lingering he's like just pick up the damn book yeah opened the door you read is scripts in there like that's how this stage directions read yeah when i i used to i think i'll beginning screenwriter's probably pepper it with the way too much of that stuff sure and as i wrote at a stripped everything out just sorta to that basic level where you don't need to tell an actor what they're thinking while their rights chicken assault yeah yeah true true but it's but i don't i find it very interesting that you've got i think you got stiff performances throughout most of his movies and gene hackman is the exception he kind of comes in and i can imagine him probably gone.
"hackman" Discussed on WLOB
"Died gum giddy richardson state representative rich seeber and jj jeffrey in the house with a whole bunch of celebrity birthdays will start off with the famous phil collins phil collins carlos lurid i want to say he's probably sixty one he's gonna you morning jj abrams going to be older than sixty five i'll go 65 as well okay what you guys are very close we're not close enough you sixty seven oh wow collins sixty seven and that takes us to of famous actor several great movies still with us happy to say gene hackman oh how do they that is one guy that can play any part he can do anything yes i always do what roy i'm gonna say he's gotta be eighty mm gene hackman is eb to 85 almost ray he's eight eight eight wow another famous we will not as famous as gene hackman but christian bail moura yeah he's a good actor 'nother diversity um let's see osce christian is forty one famous for his big impediment i agree stability you say i said forty one forty one millions older than that not 45 maybe forty four also 45 put one down four rich 24 veil less okay this ladies in a few a hit movies uh any course you you know what they are we're talking about actress vanessa redgrave dd lou her range today also she's eighty you think so yeah she's she hasn't been around for awhile but miss it's hard to think of her that way but cheese gene hackman eu exactly so eighty also eighty two 75 okay you guys were very very close both of you she's 81 while he wanted vanessa redgrave and that takes us to ecosystems i'll give you an easy one ray will.
"hackman" Discussed on About to Review
"You know crummy conditions that a lot of our aqa our people in the united states live in a in a little more empathy is a good thing and that's why the florida for the project stuck with me and that's why i hope more people will see it because again that's a movie the god buried a little early in the ass slate which this is a real struggle with a lot with the late season oscar avalanche is a a lot of these better films get lost so hopefully if we can you know do our part to give it a small boost that would be that would be wonderful 'cause i think people really connect with it nice i like it arts that those are your your three my goods good is to the goods 2017 the onto mine hoop so my my loose lift a number of my number one is my number one like that one is your is set at locked so the first one i will talk about a recent one that again i cannot get out of my head in the best way possible and i want to watch it again all the time so do the movie that just recently came out the greatest showman starring hackman jack ephrain all right first of all it is a musical immediately it has me hooked but unlike last year's musical la la land which sucked it and it gave me a little bit of the feels when it came to musical but i was just so done at the movie by the time it the at ended i just yeah i walked a theater just may the greatest showman from beginning to end just kept punching me in the fields i listen to the soundtrack all the time.
"hackman" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"I kinda to me ellie cruisers are like gene hackman my guy and you're gonna run amok to pick a chance at the end what us you need you it's a great gene hackman role is enemy of the state yeah that's a great one and then the replacements that's a that's a he's a little like little league tom landry slash bear bryant or insults subsided his wife but it's like 1999 yeah it's like you watch three football games and was they are i hear agai got there they're all there all from the '60s i like the other day i watched the amani goals grown in the conversation the con which is a i've never yeah it's amazing it's gene hackman john carr's all who is five movies at aga oscar nominations in that and then died the conversations awesome movie okay i'm gonna checked coppola he's good yeah it's incredible okay all right i'm in a north gene hackman plays the saxophone that's the best part of the river is like a huge jazz nerd new place saxophone oca amid you will use us it's good to be honest jiahd is you have to become their he's uh it's funny because like he's still he's still can't shoot threes in everyone's villa go if he if a 3point shot right look out but it doesn't matter because sixty percent of his shots are at the rim yeah like so far the these like you just can't it doesn't matter if you play off if you play off him then you will let you let this like seven to two hundred forty five pound you know you set of limbs come at you at full speed and then you can't stop them.
"hackman" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Sorry wall has meant to less their holiday ori which is bullish yeah but someone's picked up yet has this very lazy journalism show you the conflict zone do you love those kind of things yeah i find it funny i mean it's still a little bit frustrating but i i think far enough sorghum shutting had like older he'll front you will the dog looks on his carey in ireland what does machine learning have to do with autonomous driving how do you build a powerful open source community will the cloud really consume the world tune in to stack that a new podcast from hewlett packard enterprise to dive into the world of emerging trends and learn how you can leverage this tech for the benefit of your business each week our hosts byron reese of giga home and florian laboured of missiles fear will tackle a new topic with the help of guests from airbnb google confident and other industry experts check out stack vowed on i tuned google play soundcloud stitcher a new study hp ecom and make sure to subscribe so you don't miss the latest episodes if i take a short right turn here i want short cuba objectification we spotless the other weeks of saying if you're a gay man why is really interesting that an old a gay man was talking to bear party and i had met this person when i was like sixteen and he was an i'm now thirty five thirty one and he was at all called yet you know you were really hall when he was sixteen he was going on and on at me about two lovely complement wherever but also as i found it really annoying because i think that men have a habit of doing this thing where they feel that they can switch a conversation to sexual and they decide do you know what i mean and i know i didn't want to be viewed sexually and why have you made this like a an assumption on my behalf i want nuts turned into a sexual discussion i imagined i as a different version that happens to women as well yeah i mean i think it away for wedding.
"hackman" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Good again gene this from me they have a guiding light for how to embrace your sexuality and how to be brave she is a brave passive just folate been herself as an on a at a think of me i was using my sexuality to make a thing to kind of get in with a certain crowd everything i rise just because it's happened to me or like it's all deeply past conversation with marique heckman is coming up stay tuned people are they even chewed state put custody the first time i came across the recap hackman woes a photo friend's wedding but i can of about a commit a wedding casse at night sorted flew about portugal didn't need the room three who who i am again the fact that you have the panicattack not on ryanair's the thing remains i need i really weird because it was being people who is very where i saw a picture of this young woman and a trousersuit and amazing and it looked like it was sort of light maybe pistachio it was pistachios zip share shoes are that giving a piggyback or having on someone's by being given a piggyback and i just thought who's this woman i'm a treat by her she's just called is or about her she just feels like him superstar talent william yes of course question for you it is kashmir but it's very old we have a conversation about your has dollar like here because he got a shaved inside partick all for cabaret thanks.
"hackman" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Yet sola it is a little ones that i don't really like a weird santrac that i've just grown out of the ryan the piano was chased other jazz can we joxer early in the firm scary all do we scary villain of all time we'll for bramley chasing anybody is is a race i wanna be in that was also look for burtless covered after raise your maguire is is is you know it has a couple of big people but the firm is an example of when they're like let's just let's just ira fifteen people to be in this movie like hell whole works in it gharib ucs at holly hunter's in it gene hackman david straight straight highest researchers their yes or whatever his name is yet they have at harasses in it that's right gene hackman for it gene hackman yeah when take gene but yeah i think the studios like this is the biggest bouvier making the share but though object well what about this ro we're thinking gene hackman disturbs like fine hair's cut him a cheque is it fortytwo that like now everything is on you know like oh dear about the new vampire saga it's going to be the new big thing or like the new game throw is a john grisham was the biggest author in view us and it was a what is it about it's been a lawyer and finds out that is of the room is doing some nasty stuff it's like that's it that's all i it's the first deal because the book came out was that the first one who is the depth of was like the bible it was in every hotel room and he was out of worried that book it was the biggest book ever and they immediately made a movie about what they didn't totally realize was that everybody read the book wasn't be twit some live right now i wonder it's going to happen also when you find out it's like all they're doing is like the mafia's taxes it's not like that big of a deal or just get your your laundering money who great chasing though awesome chasing really get chase seen.
"hackman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"So you're here and see that in robert who was the guy dame from colors rules is now robert robert developed vote that's like debt level isn't it go any like oscar winner considered one of the year what is that is that mount rushmore levelled i know his game gene hackman until he retired would steadily due in just great work you decade after decade unforgiving to unforgiven that's an unforgiven here's the problem here's eddie here's one with marcellus or gene hackman if there let me let me oh huddle have a little raspy voice on a month's right in a world new movie opening this friday gene hackman i don't think you're going because it's gene hackman gene hackman is part of the unsellable you're like wow that guy's a great actor and i think you you could say the same thing though about daniel daylewis any clearly it not cooled you you go see it with him because he knew he was about to put in work yeah you knew he has gone bring it but argue again hate on his list clear here the question i would ask argued the pointing with as much by or white office story i want the combination of the two okay if you're going there then you're probably white to remove a hack hackman in that sense because he hasn't been a true box office draw in a long time even though like is shops i think our book among like some of the best ever um so then that fourth with uh meryl then so and daniel day lewis.