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"hanks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:36 min | Last month

"hanks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"The offer on paramount plus new episodes are going to start dropping next week three of them to start bingeing it and then once a week every Thursday for ten episodes. How is your Hanks critiques business going? It's going pretty good. It's going pretty good. You know, we released a series of football inspired series to purchase not too long ago. The Albert two that we launched that were based on the colorways of the California football teams. And I still included the Raiders in that bunch because I don't acknowledge the Las Vegas. Dad is a huge raider fan, though. He's a huge Oakland raider fan. Oh, Oakland raider. We have tapped out of that kind of town. Now in Vegas? Yeah, no, he's kind of, can't get into the Vegas raiders. Okay. Which I understand. I can understand. Okay, so you still can't abide the Raiders because you're a niner guy. I mean, I'm more of a niners guy. I don't mind the Raiders. But we're trying to move product. The Raiders fans are very, very excited. And I just kind of like the idea of having a four instead of three kerchiefs, you know what I mean? So I just went like, there's always be a California team. Okay. That's it. So we can expand outside of California. We could. Unfortunately, we might want to do it. They're made in California. It's sort of California pride. It's based kerchief itself is sort of inspired by the California flag. So I thought we did a whole line of ones that were the color ways of the baseball teams. And so at the beginning of last season, one with the football teams. But it's going great. You know, we've always got kerchiefs for sale over at Hank skirts of Stockholm. Hanks kerchiefs dot com. That's right. So it's not Hank's career chiefs the way I've been saying it. I say Hank's kerchief just to make everyone else feel a little bit more comfortable. Because some people go, some people go, Hanks, Hanks, Kurt, Hanks, crew chiefs, or Hanks kerchiefs. But most of the kerchiefs are named after people I know people I love. Okay. There is in a rich kerchief yet. Thank you for saying that. You know, there's an iron rich and Isaac and no one's going to ask. The most important part of that sentence. Because people think of me, they think of neckwear. Yes, they always think that. Of course. And so I thought it would be nice. You name it, name them after people you know, and so it was sort of like Hank has one Hanks kerchiefs. And then there's, you know, the Candace, the mic, the John, the Reese, and all these things. And so I just sort of like said, why don't we just break it up and have it be two words? Okay. But yet. Still love a crime and play on that. So is there a kerchief named anze or do we have that? We don't have an anze kopitar one yet. No, not yet. That's interesting. Maybe one coming up in June. I mean, if we can, if we can make it into the dance, that would be nice. I think they have. Haven't they made it into the answer? Not quite yet. Close to dance. Oh, there it is. There we go. We're getting close. I took coop to his first game ever, the oilers beat the kings the other day. Oh yeah, did he love it? Love the game? He did. He did like it. His first ever goal he's ever seen in his life. Really? Was an oilers shorthanded goal. How about that? Unfortunately, kind of beautiful. I know it's right. And a shorthanded goal and I had to explain to him what the hell that meant. He's God bless him. He takes everything so literally. He literally thought somebody had lost a hand, I think. Had he is he familiar with hockey? Does he want to? He got up to speed fast. I had to teach him about all the signs and I sing and stuff like that. That's the best way to do it with kids. I remember going to my first hockey game. I had never watched hockey in my life. I had no idea what I was doing. And my dad was like, hey, I want to take you to a hockey game. So we went down to the great western forum when the kings were still in their forum blue and gold. Yes. He was confused when we were in the parking lot. Somebody was wearing one of those jerseys old school and I was like, that's what they used to wear. That's what they used to do. And they used to match the Lakers colors. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, not purple. And yellow. Forum blue and gold. Understood. And they played the Quebec nordiques and both teams were so bad they've scored in double digits. Very little defense going on at the time. And I just was absolutely mesmerizing. 'cause I had never seen anything like that. And at that time, actually, not too dissimilar. At that time, Los Angeles was the only California team, and every other team in the smythe division. I love that name. Yes. The only other teams were Canadian teams. And so that is how I became so obsessed and in love with the Canadian national anthem because I would just always see the flames, the oilers, the Canucks, and the jets. The old jets. Play. And it was just like this whole other, it was like it was like a music fan discovering punk rock. It was just like, this is not popular that I know of, but I love it, so I'm gonna, I'm just gonna go all in. And then that summer, regrets, Gretzky. Showed up and then you have it. Yeah, I mean, I don't know if your other big takeaway as a kid from that moment is similar to Cooper's from that game. If you asked him his favorite moment.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:21 min | Last month

"hanks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I know you were out. You were out of town, would you have come back for the Super Bowl? Yeah. I would have absolutely come back for that. Because we were talking about it, like the ability to beat the rams in this new facility, the same stadium. And then win the Super Bowl there. Ended a conversation similar to the way that I think duke ended any conversation with North Carolina forever more. Like that would have ended a lot of conversations. Absolutely. Absolutely. But you know, I will say that and not to change the subject or to change what you wish. But we were as sort of Northern California sports fans. Yes. We were still kind of just picking up the pieces after the Giants run lasts last year. And then there was just the most, it was like being in the playoffs for three months. I mean, it was really every single day. Yes. We were checking our phones looking for breaking news. It turns out it was the same news for the last 5 hours. And then the niners made the run. And like me and all my Friends were like, I don't know if I don't know if my constitution is strong enough to handle another run. Yes. That is literally coming out of nowhere. Nowhere. But man, it's fun. And it would have been, it would have been nice to be both of those teams to be quite honest. But we didn't. And you want to know what? Next year. Well, the next year has arrived in baseball. And it looks like the Giants are going to have to win a 120 games to go win for win with the Dodgers this year. I mean, as long as the Dodgers win a 119, that's fine. As long as we can win looks like one more. So far so good, right? You're almost like I'm actually pretty impressed with the squad that they've put together. I really am. I mean, obviously lose and Buster Posey was just, I mean, that's just a huge soccer punch. I mean, not only for his play behind the plate and just being being the captain, I'm sorry, captain belt, but you know, he kind of was Buster Posey was a heart and soul. So to lose that is it was really, really difficult. And yet, you know, very similar to last season, you get the right group of misfits together and people step up to the plate. And it looks like we might have a good squad. But we're a weekend. Yeah, like two weeks in and I just saw that it said it was breaking news at the MLB season. It's finally happened and Kershaw has got a pitch count limit and even though that was fun to fun to see. Everybody tried to explain that. Colin Hanks here on the rich eisen show. Ask him our poll question about the favorite baseball movies because today is the 33rd anniversary of the release of field of dreams. If you had said angels in the outfield, I would say we really got to talk, guys. Is that in the pool? Is that in the poll? That's not an angel's did we skip over the danza aspect of this thing? The Anaheim angels, but they filmed that in Oakland. Was Tony Danza and angels in the outfield? He was running the edging pitcher who needed one last go. Well, again, analytics would have gotten him. So we narrowed it down to these four, obviously there's 50. Field of dreams, major league, bull Durham, the sandlot. Which one would you choose? Oh, wow. I'm gonna have to the sweet spot for major league. Sandlot, I'm gonna admit never saw. Oh. Never saw it all. Just like me from two years ago. Yeah, I never saw. That was one where it hit me in that sweet teenage years where I'm like, no, watching that. Even though I had no reason not to watch. I mean, you're not busy. Just take two hours today. On your flight on your next slide. You sure what that might be a good one to watch with the kids. The kids. Yes, I watched it. I'll do that. Yes, that's a good one. Beware, because your kids and my kids are similar ages. And once it was over, they wanted to watch two. Electric.

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Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

"The the the the library library library library of of of of Congress Congress Congress Congress has has has has announced announced announced announced twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five recordings recordings recordings recordings it it it it considers considers considers considers as as as as important important important important contributions contributions contributions contributions to to to to American American American American culture culture culture culture that that that that will will will will be be be be part part part part of of of of the the the the national national national national recording recording recording recording registry registry registry registry I I I I marches marches marches marches are are are are a a a a letter letter letter letter with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest secured secured secured the the the four four four tops tops tops as as as they they they recorded recorded recorded reach reach reach out out out I'll I'll I'll be be be there there there as as as an an an experiment experiment experiment he he he never never never thought thought thought would would would make make make it it it onto onto onto an an an album album album now now now it's it's it's one one one of of of the the the songs songs songs the the the library library library of of of Congress Congress Congress wants wants wants to to to preserve preserve preserve as as as culturally culturally culturally important important important other other other singles singles singles that that that make make make the the the list list list include include include journey's journey's journey's don't don't don't stop stop stop Believin Believin Believin and and and Ricky Ricky Ricky Martin's Martin's Martin's Livin Livin Livin la la la vida vida vida loca loca loca among among among the the the albums albums albums that that that make make make the the the registry registry registry or or or Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie Raitt's Raitt's Raitt's Nick Nick Nick of of of time time time Alicia Alicia Alicia keys keys keys songs songs songs in in in a a a minor minor minor and and and the the the low low low end end end theory theory theory by by by a a a tribe tribe tribe called called called quest quest quest the the the oldest oldest oldest recording recording recording is is is the the the Harlem Harlem Harlem struck struck struck by by by James James James B. B. B. Johnson Johnson Johnson from from from nineteen nineteen nineteen twenty twenty twenty one one one the the the list list list also also also includes includes includes the the the radio radio radio call call call of of of Hank Hank Hank Aaron's Aaron's Aaron's seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred fiftieth fiftieth fiftieth career career career home home home run run run

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Dan Bongino Recalls Violent Situation in Kingston, Jamaica

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | Last month

Dan Bongino Recalls Violent Situation in Kingston, Jamaica

"I was thinking back to the time I had gone over to Kingston Jamaica which is not a war zone and it's case to Jamaica but they have a high crime rate so it can be dangerous depending on where you are what time of day But we found ourselves in my prior line of work in a really bad situation and we were there filming with this ABC crew for a book Jenna Bush was writing And we found ourselves caught at the end of this alley and a bunch of people came out that weren't necessarily friendly And some weapons and we got it all on video because it was being filmed for the thing We went back and looked at it later we were like gosh that was really bad So we went back to the hotel I forget what we were saying We went back to the hotel and that night we were having a few adult sodas afterwards The shift was over of course And I remember talking to the cameraman and I said to him you know it's interesting You never put the camera down that whole time He had these guys in front of you with the machetes and all this and you know you never put the camera down He kept filming he didn't even look even frazzled by it I keep in mind we're supposed to be these You know big you know tough masculine Secret Service dudes right And you know I was a little hanked out but I was like okay this could get ugly fast and I was scanning and looking around at all And yet this guy didn't seem worried at all and I talked to him about it I'm like you know that's kind of kind of cool how you didn't get frazzled He's like man let me tell you something This is nothing I was in Mogadishu and you know he was there when that whole Black Hawk down thing went down not filming that particular episode but right around that time when Somalia broke bad And he's like that was nothing

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Washington Free Beacon: Biden Pressured Oil Execs to Decrease Output

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Washington Free Beacon: Biden Pressured Oil Execs to Decrease Output

"When the Washington free Beacon one of the great sights Despite reassurances from The White House that it is doing nothing to discourage oil companies from opening new drill sites President Joe Biden's allies in Congress just months ago pressured oil executives did decrease outputs Because of climate change raising questions about the Democrat party strategy to lower prices for consumers I might add That they're slip and fall ambulance chasing hate America lawyers have done the same thing They sue them bring civil suits stockholder shoots suits class action suits In order to try and force them to adopt quote unquote climate change policies In late October for example the House oversight and reform committee controlled by the Democrats of course Called in the CEOs of Exxon BP shall and Chevron To explain what steps they're taking to produce less oil and less scarce With representative Hank Johnson Democrat of Georgia nitwit alleging that quote the world can't wait any longer At the time gas prices were hovering around a ten year high This October Meanwhile Biden said this week that his administration's policies are not holding back domestic energy production echoing comments from press secretary Psaki who said that federal policies aren't limiting the supplies of oil and gas before mentioning thousands of unused pre approved oil and gas drilling leases

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How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

Fore The People

02:02 min | 3 months ago

How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

"All right, so you watch those guys, you're like, all right, I'm in golf mode now. I'm back in golf mode after a decade off. Like nowadays, it's the whole PD and I have talked about this on the pod before, but it's like, you know, every dude has his track, man. And it's bullshit, you know, walk in there, a $100,000 worth of stuff, launch monitor on the side and the back like 2000, we didn't really have that. So like, what did you do? Did you just pound balls? Like you said, the teachers buckets that have 500 balls in them or whatever. They're just pound balls left and right. Did you play holes like what did you do to get ready for you to pursue pro golf? Yeah, I mean, that first three month little deal that we did was, you know, I didn't know what to do. I mean, you guys don't remember who did I call, I call it a couple of randoms. I think I called Hank Kinney. I called a guy named Ryan Geoffrey, I talked to my buddy that played golf at UNC Wilmington that I grew up with. It was always pissed at me that I quit. And maybe a couple of people like that that maybe had just started playing on the mentors and I got and I like literally like fell in their number and called them and like, hey, what's up bud? It's will. They're like, what? I'm like, will Mackenzie remember me? They're like, will McKenzie what's up dude? What are you calling me for? I'm like, I'm like, man, I think I'm trying to play golf again, and they're like, man, you've taken a long time at all. I know, but I don't give off. I don't give a shit. I'm gonna try. And they were like, all right, well, here's what you need to do. You need to freaking, it's all golf. That's your job, Neil. You need to work like you're on the PGA Tour, but you're not. And I was like, hell yeah. And so that's what I did.

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Ex-officer charged in Breonna Taylor raid begins trial

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-officer charged in Breonna Taylor raid begins trial

"Opening statements are scheduled to start Wednesday in the trial of an ex police officer charged in connection to the botched raid that killed Brianna Taylor in Louisville Kentucky prosecutors say Brad Hankinson fired ten shots during the twenty twenty rate but none hit Taylor instead he's charged with endangering her neighbors none of the officers as bullets killed the twenty six year old black woman were ever charged they had a no knock drug warrant associated with her boyfriend who thought it was a break in and fired his gun no drugs were ever found Hank is and is expected to testify as are other former and current police officers and jurors are expected to toward the scene I'm Julie Walker

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Jury to be finalized in Breonna Taylor-related shooting case

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Jury to be finalized in Breonna Taylor-related shooting case

"The jury is being finalized for the trial of a former Kentucky police officer involved in the deadly raid that left Brianna Taylor dead former officer Brad Hanks it is being tried on charges of wanton endangerment for shooting into the apartment of one of Taylor's neighbors on the night of the March twenty twenty drug raid while his shots did not hit Taylor he's the only one charged in connection to her death he was fired from the force the trial is expected to begin Wednesday in last about two weeks I'm Julie Walker

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A Look Back at the Great Financial Crisis of 2008

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 4 months ago

A Look Back at the Great Financial Crisis of 2008

"So in 2004, 5 and 6, you saw the housing boom, largely thanks to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Thanks to the negligence of our own quote unquote housing regulators, cheap money policies from Washington, D.C., buying up bad mortgages and incentivizing people to do the same. We built an entire economic model on a House of Cards of people that were bar waitresses earning cash tips that had three homes, two of which they've never visited because people were incentive incentivized to go to low income neighborhoods and sign up people for as many mortgages as they possibly can. We all know what happened next, which was the great financial crisis, Lehman Brothers, bear Stearns, and for the first time ever, despite the insistence of Jim Cramer, those companies went under. In the years that followed 2008 and 2009, our leaders were faced with a tough decision. You see, the 2000s saw an economic boom the likes of which we never thought was possible. Now what our leaders decide to metaphorically take the cough syrup, tighten the belt, tell Americans that we're not going to indulge in this continual behavior of deficit spending and debt mounting on future generations, of course not. Barack Hussein Obama won the election in the fall of 2008 was sworn in in 2009 and Ben Bernanke then Federal Reserve chairman, Hank Paulson treasury secretary and Timothy Geithner under treasury treasury secretary three awfully treacherous people if you asked me all decided, hey, let's just keep interest rates low. It's not like we're going to experience long-term inflation. And then we saw a stimulus package passed by Barack Obama, a then 850 to $900 billion stimulus package. It was passed as the national recovery act after that Obama passed ObamaCare, a takeover of the American healthcare industry. Debts and deficits continued to sword, and then a couple years later, I started to get

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Paul Rudd hosts 'SNL' sans audience, Charli XCX amid omicron

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Paul Rudd hosts 'SNL' sans audience, Charli XCX amid omicron

"NBC NBC Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live has has once once again again pulled pulled back back because because of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic this this time time because because of of the the surging surging Omicron Omicron variant variant I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live was was not not in in front front of of an an audience audience nor nor was was it it entirely entirely live live host host Paul Paul Rudd Rudd appeared appeared with with only only Tom Tom Hanks Hanks Tina Tina fey fey and and Keenan Keenan Thompson Thompson because because of of the the spike spike in in the the Omicron Omicron variance variance in in out out of of an an abundance abundance of of caution caution Hanks Hanks announced announced that that most most of of the the cast cast and and crew crew were were sent sent home home musical musical guest guest Charli Charli XCX XCX tweeted tweeted she she was was devastated devastated and and heartbroken heartbroken that that she she had had to to cancel cancel because because of of the the limited limited crew crew the the show show you you sketches sketches that that were were taped taped earlier earlier in in the the week week and and past past highlights highlights

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Dole: 'Genuine hero' paid war's price, triumphed in Senate

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Dole: 'Genuine hero' paid war's price, triumphed in Senate

"After after a a memorial memorial service service at at Washington Washington national national cathedral cathedral Bob Bob dole's dole's remains remains traveled traveled to to another another landmark landmark one one he's he's credited credited with with creating creating decades decades after after being being paralyzed paralyzed in in World World War War two two dole dole spent spent years years pushing pushing for for a a memorial memorial to to those those who who also also fought fought there there how how many many structures structures in in this this city city exist exist but but for for the the efforts efforts of of one one man man actor actor Tom Tom Hanks Hanks says says dole dole did did everything everything but but pour pour the the concrete concrete which which he he may may have have done done were were it it not not for for the the right right arm arm paralyzed paralyzed in in the the war war joint joint chiefs chiefs chairman chairman mark mark Milley Milley says says dole dole did did not not give give up up while while lying lying in in the the Italian Italian mountains mountains with with near near fatal fatal wounds wounds he he kept kept serving serving long long after after you you continually continually raises raises hand hand mangled mangled as as it it was was to to support support and and defend defend the the constitution constitution of of the the United United States States of of America America in in the the army army and and in in Congress Congress Bob Bob Dole Dole always always always always put put his his country country first first Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Bob Dole honored in ceremony at U.S. Capitol

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Bob Dole honored in ceremony at U.S. Capitol

"Day day after after lying lying in in state state in in the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol former former senator senator Bob Bob Dole Dole will will be be honored honored with with two two services services in in Washington Washington there there will will be be a a private private service service at at Washington Washington national national cathedral cathedral and and a a public public one one of of the the World World War War two two memorial memorial president president Biden Biden plans plans to to speak speak at at the the cathedral cathedral ceremony ceremony along along with with dole's dole's family family and and close close friends friends his his casket casket then then travels travels to to the the World World War War two two memorial memorial for for a a public public celebration celebration of of life life featuring featuring joint joint chiefs chiefs of of staff staff chairman chairman general general mark mark Milley Milley and and actor actor Tom Tom Hanks Hanks dole's dole's wife wife former former senator senator Elizabeth Elizabeth dole dole will will lay lay a a wreath wreath in in his his honor honor dole dole served served nearly nearly thirty thirty six six years years in in Congress Congress he he died died Sunday Sunday at at the the age age of of ninety ninety eight eight my my

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NYC BLM Founder Suggests 'Riots' and 'Bloodshed' if New Mayor Brings Back Plain-Clothes Officers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 7 months ago

NYC BLM Founder Suggests 'Riots' and 'Bloodshed' if New Mayor Brings Back Plain-Clothes Officers

"Black Lives Matter leader Hank Newsom promised riots, fire and bloodshed. If the incoming mayor, Eric Adams reinstates plainclothes cops, that's what BLM is against. Plain clothes, police officers. You know why there are plain clothes police officers? They help stop crime and catch the bad guys. Sometimes you can't have a uniformed officer. Prevent or stop a crime. Sometimes you need men and women who are playing closed. Street clothes. Black Lives Matter doesn't like that. Black Lives Matter thinks that's racist. So Black Lives Matter is now promising bloodshed in the streets of New York. I want somebody to tell me how these black lives it wasn't just one. It was this Hank Newsom's, I don't know, sister or whoever she is, a couple of Black Lives Matter founders. Founders of Black Lives Matter. These are leaders. Threatening bloodshed fire, riots and shutting the city down. If Eric Adams follows through on his promise to return the plainclothes NYPD gun unit to the streets of

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U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

The Dan Bongino Show

02:22 min | 7 months ago

U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

"Remember the narrative about inflation when we first started when we first started to see prices creeping up What was the narrative first Jim Inflation's not real you're conservative media hosts You're all a bunch of bad things It's all nonsense And then the narrative was as prices started to become more widespread and their increases became noticeable All right there may be inflation but it's really not that big of a deal And then the third narrative was okay it's a big deal now inflation but don't worry it's transitory It'll go away And now that the numbers came out annualized inflation up 8.6% a number we haven't seen in decades now all of a sudden the new narrative is not only these inflation not transitory not only is it likely here to stay for a while but don't worry it's actually a good thing Come on they didn't do that No they did Here is an actual headline by MSNBC James saros wiki forgive me if I'm saying your name wrong it's not intentional How COVID became the unlikely hero of our inflation crisis And the sub had line makes you really wanna laugh where they play it down and insist don't worry This is a good thing inflation because the government printed a lot of money and gave it to people to spend So it doesn't really matter that you have nothing to buy and there's a supply chain crisis What matters is you have a lot of paper in digital money to spend on things you can't actually buy That's what matters That's an actual piece in MSNBC by the way Now for people who don't think inflation is a problem in that just printing people are printing four people money and giving it to them even though they can't buy products because we don't have them And don't understand how the productivity side of an economy is the important side Right folks it's not the demand side You can demand whatever you want Tom Hanks and Wilson and cast away when they get caught on that island by themselves demanded a lot They probably demand that a steak dinner They probably demanded access to a movie library The man that access to their old favorite songs but Tom Hanks was caught on an island where he had a lot of FedEx boxes full of a lot of stuff he couldn't use and he didn't demand So he had a lot of things he could trade but he had nobody to trade them with because no one was producing anything he demanded Having a bunch of money to go out and buy stuff that doesn't exist is

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Mind Your Own Business (MM #3878)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Mind Your Own Business (MM #3878)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, there's an old time song done by Hank Williams senior back in 1949 called mind your own business, his son Han junior had a hit with it in the 80s. Got to thinking about that song the other day, hadn't heard it in a while, but I remember the hook of the song. If you mind your own business, you sure won't be mind in mind. I get the sense these days that everybody wants to be in everybody else's business, but don't want you to pay attention to their business and they sure don't want to pay attention to their own business. We're living in a world now in a society where we want to worry about what everybody else is doing. And everybody else is living their lives and we aren't worried about living our lives. Some will claimants about freedoms, but in reality, if we really worked on the problems in our own homes, there wouldn't be as many problems outside the homes. I'm fascinated by this whole discussion about school boards and masks in the families and who makes the decision about what. And I think to myself just a few years ago, we were complaining that parents weren't involved in their children's schooling. They couldn't be bothered with it, but the minute you introduce a mask, people all of a sudden care. Let's look inside ourselves and see what we can fix and not worry about what other people are doing. I'm sure we'd be better off, wouldn't we?

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Mind Your Own Business (MM #3878)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Mind Your Own Business (MM #3878)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, there's an old time song done by Hank Williams senior back in 1949 called mind your own business, his son Han junior had a hit with it in the 80s. Got to thinking about that song the other day, hadn't heard it in a while, but I remember the hook of the song. If you mind your own business, you sure won't be mind in mind. I get the sense these days that everybody wants to be in everybody else's business, but don't want you to pay attention to their business and they sure don't want to pay attention to their own business. We're living in a world now in a society where we want to worry about what everybody else is doing. And everybody else is living their lives and we aren't worried about living our lives. Some will claimants about freedoms, but in reality, if we really worked on the problems in our own homes, there wouldn't be as many problems outside the homes. I'm fascinated by this whole discussion about school boards and masks in the families and who makes the decision about what. And I think to myself just a few years ago, we were complaining that parents weren't involved in their children's schooling. They couldn't be bothered with it, but the minute you introduce a mask, people all of a sudden care. Let's look inside ourselves and see what we can fix and not worry about what other people are doing. I'm sure we'd be better off, wouldn't we?

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Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID

"One one Here's something You will not hear from so many people you will not hear from CNN John Avalon who is a talentless know nothing You will not hear from D lamone You will not hear from whilst Fredo Cuomo Andrea Mitchell Brian Williams Tell gunner Bryant Eugene Robinson You know the whole host of miscreants malcontents and radicals In what is that How come flirt is not in the news How come governor desantis isn't in the news From the daily wire Florida rate of COVID infections third lowest in the United States last week By my calculation that means 47 states in the district at Columbia were higher How come Joe Biden hasn't mentioned Ron DeSantis in Florida Is the summer season has ended in the hot temperatures start to subside writes Hank beren all across southern states encouraging more people to be outside rather than inside together in the air conditioning the rate of COVID-19 infections in Florida has plunged so rapidly So rapidly that it has the third fastest descent in rates of cases in the nation over the last two weeks trailing only Alabama and Hawaii According to The New York Times chart yesterday Florida's case rate per 100,000 people over the last week was 13 13 Out of a 100,000 Third only behind kinetic in Hawaii which both had 11

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"hanks" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

03:10 min | 9 months ago

"hanks" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Coffee but certainly not a coca cola. Not an ice cold beer and cantina water. I'm digressing here. Probably doing the same thing. That i'm worried of turning it into something. That is so honorific and so edify and it makes us feel good like comfort food win. What stories of that war and let those men with the entire world but through it showed instead. Give us us on. How do we keep that from happening again. Who are the people that are going to see to that. We don't fall into that same sort of narrative which it's us versus them. They screwed us. And it's our last question you've been incredibly generous can talk about this stuff. All i watch band the brothers on an annual basis and a new millions of others around the world duty tape so last question foyer speak to an audience. A young audience who have not yet watched it and make the case. Tom what will they say the challenge what they will see themselves and if they don't see themselves fail they will see themselves in that every day they make a decision. We all make the decision of how take on the responsibilities of doing the right ways that are large and small against the huge patina of a worldwide conflagration. You don't have to shift your focus very much to see that. The world is in the same state of affairs that there is great injustice being done. they're great movements afoot. They are great philosophies in theologies out there that are based on dividing us opposed findings. Sometimes it's a absolute mismatch of cultures that can never ever ci but in the midst of all of that comes reality that we all have to make this decision. We all have choice. And one time i will tell you i made to sell the movie but senate more than my li- i wasn't i. I made this movie called cloud atlas in which at the end of it. Someone is being castigated for trying to goodi tissues and says why are you to do this. It's just going to be a drop in the ocean. Why are you trying to make such a sacrifice and do the right thing. So i'm not going to be a drop in the ocean. The line is one is an ocean but a multitude of drugs. And so i would say that if anybody's never see band brothers but they will see. Is that multitude of props. They will see a version of a historical document that is nothing more than a record of ordinary humidity type of choices that will make an course When we started on the actors were assembled for the beginning of ten day. Boot camp training. There's been saving private ryan aspect to a stephen is there. I was making castaway time. So i had this big stupid.

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Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder

"Once. Esther and jim retired. Esther insisted on moving south to swim. Washington soon after the move to swim esther learned. She had cancer and she died two years later. Esther's death hit jim hard and he decided to move back to alaska where he would be closer to his son. He bought a house in wa- silla on golden dale drive and his neighbors across the street were hanged dawson and his eighth wife. Thirty year. Old terry according to neighbors wheeler became good friends with the dawson's and was a frequent dinner guests at their house. Hank and terry dawson suffered marital problems in the summer of nineteen ninety-three and hank temporarily moved out of the house to live in anchorage. After hake walked out on her teri immediately called her neighbor. Jim wheeler to cry on his shoulder. Perhaps terry considered her relationship with jim platonic but friends say. Jim fell hard for terry. Jim apparently could not keep his emotions to himself because he told anyone who would listen that he was in. Love with terry dawson. Meanwhile terry and hank decided to work on their marriage and hank move back into their wasila home over the nineteen ninety-three labor day weekend by this time jim wheelers feelings for had grown into an obsession and he told several people that he could not stand. Think of terry and hank in bed together. Hank died in the explosion. Only four weeks after returning to live with terry in

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Suicide Bombing at Southwest Pakistan Checkpoint Kills 3

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Suicide Bombing at Southwest Pakistan Checkpoint Kills 3

"Several paramilitary troops were killed and many others injured after a suicide attack at a security points in southwestern Pakistan the attack took place about fifteen miles south of the Pakistani town of Quetta authorities say the attacker had walked toward the checkpoint manned by paramilitary frontier calls before detonating the explosives by the militant group tax we can't Taliban Pakistan also known as the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the morning it's Hank it was the first time TTP claimed an attack on Pakistani security forces since the Taliban a separate organization took control of neighboring Afghanistan I'm Karen Thomas

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The U.S. Enters the Final Phase of Kabul Evacuations

Texas Standard

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

The U.S. Enters the Final Phase of Kabul Evacuations

"Efforts are in their final hours at the airport in Kabul as the US military prepares to fully withdraw from Afghanistan. Army Major general Hank Taylor says troops worked through the weekend to evacuate as many people as possible ahead of Tuesday's deadline set by President Biden to leave the country yesterday. 26 US military aircraft departed with approximately 1200 evacuees. In total. There were 28 flights out of Kabul airport. The Pentagon confirmed that multiple rockets were fired near the airport in Kabul on Sunday. The attack followed US drone strikes this weekend that targeted Islamic state

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"hanks" Discussed on This Is Important

This Is Important

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"hanks" Discussed on This Is Important

"Now. Nothing's really going on anymore. We'll quit acting like you don't know what's going on in you. Download us on the exact detail what was happening. I might have heard something about it. What i heard was and then you tell us exactly. Just chat heck's he's just a problem child right he's like he's out there poking what. Oh what's the problem. What's what's your person problem. He's a solution child. He's okay getting heat for something. Hold up no chad. Hanks is is the king of of of the white boys. Man stirring the pot he well. He did claim. It's going to be a white boy summer and at the time it did feel a little weird insensitive like a weird thing. But here's what i love about. Chet is he kept being himself. He never like doesn't come off as false. Yeah he's just being. And i think people respect it anew. What's your definition of false. Like like it didn't seem like he was coming with like a weird motive like it just feels like he's just being hit like you wanna be mad. Good time he's doing like Shit what is what's making what's it called. it's called like i don't know yeah. Yeah yeah. He's doing that and obviously you're not that you're not that guy power but it doesn't feel falls to me if feels authentic. I think i think it comes from a real player. Here's why chet rocks. I mean he's because his his dad title. this episode. why. Chet hangs rocks. It's blake is absolutely right. I feel like he was a kid in high school like his whole life. He was just like i'm on. I'm on the hip hop guy. It doesn't feel like in brentwood. I'm sure that kid is hilarious. Has always been hilarious falls. Okay and and you just kind of know that kid. He doesn't feel like the kid like one year he was imo the next year. He was deepened hip. Hop the next year he was into alternative rocky like get deep into spoon or some shit. Oh maybe tool maybe been you know what i mean like. He's not taking big swings. He took one swing when he was in the fifth grade. And he's like. I'm going to get some diamond earrings and i'm going to be deep into hip hop and he's just been that forever. I also do think he has passed like he had some addiction problems. Think he came out of that and then this is the form of him that is is hooked on accents. Yeah this is the day. So everybody's got advice or or maybe. He's reinvented himself like he didn't want to be the guy that he was. And this is his new thing like our What was it like ball. Wife had like a fake accent. Oh hirsch it was crazy though..

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"hanks" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"hanks" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Excited prevalent is what he's traveling. Thank you They are prevalent in the area. Yes it's alaska prevalent everywhere spokesperson. I eighty one's ever talked to this guy ever. He's been the spokesperson for fifty years. But nothing ever happens so he's never had to speak. That's the first thing he could come up with. Your country bears here. Thanks shit talk down another thirty years. According to a twenty. Nineteen report by the alaskan health officials. Sixty eight people in the state were hospitalized for injuries sustained in sixty six bear attacks from the year. Two thousand two thousand seventeen. That means two of those bears. Got more than one dude. That's awesome and ten. People died as a result of bear attacks during that period at a bare. Love it. So let's actually have a pretty decent percentage wise i i would almost call that staggering figuring figure. I didn't think it would be anywhere near that high. Yeah i'm not. I'm not upset by. I'm really not Now the dude that got rescued the guy in question he was between fifty and or forty and fifty fifty and sixty four forty and fifty years old. He did have a handgun Any had quite a bit of ammunition for when this whole thing. I started but he only had two rounds of ammo left really. So he's just a shitty shot. He's a horrible shod and he hadn't slept in four days running on nothing but pure fear The entire time Yeah the guys. He'd be fucking wreck there. The bear to catch the bear is there no. We don't even know that there was a bear really. Maybe this guy's just weird it's possible but they when hopped up on the fire water and wrecked is house is like mayor. He didn't wanna get the fine for drinking up there. I've watched the alaska highway patrol. I know what it's like. That's not a story you could make really. I'm there really isn't well. We'll see when the tom hanks movie comes out. Now i still being teen. It would be a better story if the bears wearing the human as cost hume and then he hijacked the helicopter and flies to safety. That would have been epic. That would have been a great menges. Just being a guy that gwen is that a fucking bear flying that helicopter. That would be the. I've never been stuck like i had a. What do you call a coyote. Follow me one time down that big hill. North man like kaplan road. The big hill that goes to park and telford said lonsdale. But no no no going toward until for when you're going through phibbs exchange at the big hill you go down. I followed by a coyote. 'cause i saw coyote and then i just saw these yellow is in the bushes like everywhere i went it was going with and i thought i was going to get attacked by this coyote. It would sucked. Like i couldn't imagine being pursued for four days by something eighty times that big and this guy it was a little coyote is probably mediated. They don't usually attack. They're tiny and weak and starving. They attack a little things but a bear a big angry hungry for jesus christ. I even like i scared of spiders. Like fuck again. I just. I mean i've been relatively close to a wild bear in haliburton which is like slightly nor the i mean. It's not a northern ontario any strides but northern to southern ontario in close to a bear But yeah it was like. It was literally just across across a single lane dirt road. Yeah i made their crossing uses fucking.

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"hanks" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"About america and the way in which we live up to our ideals we achieve great things and i think that's a very wonderful story to tell and it's a very necessary story to tell but it's also true that a lot of these movies by and large tell stories about white heroes that brings us to the conversation. Eric duggan's waded into when he reacted to an essay published in the new york. Times by tom hanks about race history and the stories that hollywood puts on screen one of the reasons why you publish a guest essay in the new york. Times is to start a conversation if you wanna start a conversation. Then you've got to be prepared to have that conversation but this is what the conversation became on fox news for npr and perpetual protesters. No matter what. Tom hanks do it does. It will never be enough. We'll explain in this sunday. Bonus episode and talked to eric. Duggan's about how hollywood reckons with its own power. Its consider this from. Npr is cornish. It's sunday june twentieth. This message comes from npr sponsor. Why zandt a one to one tutoring alternative to online classes where you can learn face to face online. Get help with tackling new subjects and career skills or just catching up wise and lists thousands of personal instructors over three hundred subjects available for live individualized lessons with their online learning platform. Headset w. y. z. A. n. t. dot com to find your perfect instructor. Love it or your first hour is free because it wise and we take learning personally the first podcast series to ever win a pulitzer prize. Npr's no compromise you dive into the political movement. That's driving extreme gun rights activism in more. I'm chris axel. I'm lisa hagen was wherever you get your podcasts. It's consider this from npr. This whole thing started with an essay. Tom hanks published in the new york times earlier this month. And we've got linked to it in our episode notes. If you wanna pause go check it out and come back. But also i'm it up here. The essay was called. You should learn the truth about the toll. So race massacre nasa. Hanks made the case for a more widespread teaching american history. Involving black americans especially of events like the tulsa race massacre. You know what tom hanks did. Was he kind of outlined a problem. That america's history books and hollywood have often avoided or downplayed stories about black people that. Reveal the brutality of how we been oppressed in this country. This inspired npr critic. Eric diggins to write a response will link to that column in our episode notes as well. Eric said that while he's a huge fan of his work and appreciates. The actor's words people in hollywood as powerful as tom hanks well and says they could wield that power to make the change. They often advocate for after all hangs isn't just an actor. He's also a writer director and producer. Eric deg says that hangs has power and influence over. What kinds of stories. Hollywood tells no for one guy from npr. He isn't doing enough to make the world a better place. Turns out that the internet and if you other folks did not have a lot of appreciation for the nuance in eric's argument. I hope he comes out swinging. I hope he goes. Somebody asked hangs hasn't responded to eric's piece as of when we're recording this anyway. I mean if there's any celebrity who might engage in this conversation. I think it would be him so you know. I hope. Maybe he does. Reach in the meantime. Eric and i continue the about. What kind of power. Hollywood a listers like tom. Hanks really have and how they use it. Here's our chat. I think is great that tom hanks published this essay because in part it was pushing back on these people who are insisting that troubling racial incidents shouldn't be taught in schools You know he. He was making the point that the tulsa race massacre in particular The fact that people didn't know about until relatively recently Was a shame and it happened because people didn't talk about it in history classes. Maybe because they were afraid of upsetting You know some people who wanna believe in that exalted american story So all of that is great. And i'm glad he wrote that column but in doing that he also sort of opened the door and it's sort of like well now we gotta talk about the full implications of what you just said. But he's not the screenwriter. he's not the director. He's not the studio guy. Green-lighting things i mean when you look back at films like forrest. Gump burr philadelphia. How would taking a different approach. Change things. like what could Ah tom hanks have done well. First of all He has served as executive producer For a lot of films and mini series that are rooted in history including band of brothers pacific. John adams on hbo. He didn't appear in any of those but he was an executive producer. So he does have that kind of influence. But if you think about A movie like Forrest gump for example If a person of color for women of color had been cast as his love interest in that film as ginny Making that character black would have required telling a story that included what it was like to be black through all of those episodes in history that she lived through with forrest. Gump and it would have done exactly what tom hanks has talked about in his own essay. Bringing more light to the black experience as it connects to american history. I mean tom. Hanks has talked about teachers in his essay but in a lot ways he's a teacher he's relating stories about what history manners in america and what doesn't in his work and all his do is make different choices and he could expand that focus. I want to get into that more but first. Let's talk about his career because you're right. This is the guy who's been captain phillips. Or you know the main character in philadelphia or forrest gump which is literally like a tour through american history And you call these These roles basically the stories of american white men doing the right thing. What do you mean by that. Well we these stories that are considered americana now valiant soldiers in world war two. You know astronauts who are courageous. I'm not denigrating those things. Those are great stories. That absolutely need to be told but when your goal is to create this story that buttresses america's feelings about itself and about the superiority of its values in about You know how we're built on the actions of these. These wonderful people doing the right thing. Then it's harder to say. Hey wait a minute. You know. There were also moments during world war. Two were black. Soldiers didn't get treated well. Hey there were also moments. During the space race were black. People were not allowed to be. Part of the engineering programs are not allowed to be astronauts. And so once you decide you're going to focus on those heroics stories. It makes it much harder to talk about the realities of black people and other non white people faced in those circumstances and he has much admits that in his essay but he also played a lot of those roles so so i just thought it was surprising that he didn't sort of talk about that. I was only half joking about everyone. Saying you're trying to cancel to boxes. Published a story online in one of their pundits. I think it's joe concha disgusted on air right and you. Also i was watching you. Fend off some of the criticism on twitter rate.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

"In an election year. And he he. I mean it's a it's a freak out i mean if it's also a lot of displaced energy ending zayed's just over briars refusal to retire now while democrats you theoretically get him in get a a more progressive replacement in now and utter fear that They're going to miss this chance. You know mcconnell mcconnell smart but these the this is the hand it's been dealt and this is where the senate confirmation process has been ineluctably leading. Ever since joe biden led led the assault on what had been the norms into the nineteen eighties. So ex question to you charlie. Steven briar will retire. While joe biden during joe biden's first term. yes or no no and beat. No i'm also. I don't really know but i'm also gonna say no but boy if i were progressive i beat so but right now i wanted to it yesterday but doesn't seem like it's gonna happen. Let's hit few other things before we go. Nbd would been up to so unless last. Podcast i said i was going to a bachelor party from my brother-in-law And i went to it over the weekend and just me. Work is so unbelievably gorgeous. Just over the past decade of my life or longer. I've had all these occasions to go up to know these more obscure parts of the state whether it's some even aren't obscure their famous like lake placid or more at geneva new york along the finger lakes and Just the whole part of the country gets forgotten because new york state is sort of run in the interests of new york city which can outvote the rest of the state Basically the metro new york area You know we often talk about how burned out. The rust belt is a huge part of the rust belt extends into upstate new york And you know. I just couldn't help it. Imagine driving through these big beautiful rolling hills Of of what new york state could be if we had better political leadership that fit the economy of the upstate. A wild night in on saturday with the kids watch bed knobs and broomsticks disney classic. Which i'd never seen. Because i assumed it was. Mary poppins knockoff. It sort of is but it's actually still charming in. Its own way and at the end. Unusually for a kids movie. There's this part of the film where the british oils are invaded as a scouting party by nazis and repelled by this somewhat eccentric cost of characters. So my kids were absolutely transfixed. So i know people sometimes take tips from the podcast. Kids should watch bad knobs and broomsticks from nineteen. Seventy one a good one so i like bugs or at least i out of my way not to kill bugs. Unless they're active pasture. Mr does and alexa got this for my dad's my earliest memories as a kid. You know he on the sidewalk and help the worm get get across safely to the to the the grass and you chase flies around the house with a cup to capture them in release them rather than than swatting them. So i try to do the same thing. And i am here in in the northeast spring. Get these stink bugs. Which i'm now looking up in wikipedia. It's it's technically a brown. Mama rated stink bug that come in the house that they are completely harmless. Had one in the spare bedroom. I use here in the bathroom. And i have to say i kind of grew grew of this stink bug. It's it's brown. It looks a little nasty but Seems seem pretty harmless to me although now them looking apparently they have wiped out apple crops. And and the like. But since we don't have any orchards here and You know. I i sometimes take you is gone but then all of a sudden he back. Show up behind the toothpaste tube or something. And there's a design flaw in the stink bugs which are a little bit like turtles if if they get upside down. They can't write themselves. That ever happens to you any of you out there. You can just write them by. Take little piece of paper toilet paper or something. And they'll grab it and and get themselves right side up so anyway distinct big but it was almost like a pet and the best kinda pet ever 'cause required no effort on my part in less than than a cat and then i regret to report to editors listeners that couple of days ago one in the bathroom where mine espresso machine is and there's a little trough on the receptacle little platform where he put your cupper ma to get your espresso and sure enough. The stink bug was belly up in this trough. And what wasn't looking. So great. And i tried. I took a little piece of paper. Put it in between his legs. Nothing so He's gone it was. It was crazy and wonderful time. We'll stink bug but farewell and godspeed with that back for editor's picks and beating. What's your pick from the previous issue of national magazine. Its stomach walkmans piece. How the government makes corporations woke Anyway it's exactly what it says doesn't the title How regulation and and other actions. The government have have helped feed into this problem which is not just a product of some invisible hand acting on. Its own accord. Kelly was your pick. My pick is kevin williamson's newsletter from this morning in which he argues that if you don't want to share information with your readers because of some pre existing political opinion or agenda then. Don't become a journalist. Run a hotdog stand instead basing this argument on the shooting in austin texas after which the local newspaper. We're not going to share the immutable characteristics off. The suspect who is on the run. Because we don't want to contribute to pre existing stereotypes run a newspaper. Do something else. So my pick is the entire issue that the aforementioned dan mclaughlin piece was in that we ran Last issue on well capitalism just describing. How a rose what it is and most importantly what we might do about it if this is a problem. You're concerned with a a really recommend that you check out this issue and especially the affirmative piece tried to try to figure out a way out of this. So that's it for us. You've been listening to a national view. Podcast any rebroadcast. Re transmission or account this game without the express written permission of naturally magazine. Strictly pro. this podcast had been produced by the incomparable saraswati..

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"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

"But it is worth saying once again. His position on this is consistent. Some people's position on this is not been consistent for example. Lindsey graham but mitch mcconnell's has i read in response to mcconnell's comments journalists saying so he's gonna flip wants and then flip again. He's flipped on nothing. His view was that the senate does not have an obligation in an election year to agree to a judicial nominee sent by president of the opposite party and so in two thousand sixteen in the senate was in republican. Hands in the white house was in democratic hands. Mcconnell said no and then in two thousand and twenty when the senate was in republican hands and the white house was in republican hands. Mcconnell said yes and the hypothetical he was asked about by hugh hewitt twenty twenty four would have the senate in republican ends in the white house and democratic hands is really quite straightforward. The senate gets to decide whether it allows through a judicial nominees and it gets to decide to whether it holds a hearing so one can like mcconnell standoff dislike it one can think he plays hardball on can think he's soft whatever but it. It's not that he's changing his mind. Every few moments and for what it's worth it's even especially convincing to be told that he's violating norms. As i think. Dan mclaughlin pointed out. He's not it's unusual for the senate to confirm judicial nominees said by president of the opposite party.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

"A it's sad You know it's funny in the past two days. I've seen two new stories of north korean defectors saying that western media in western universities remind them of north korea. And this kind of self criticism that people are trying to put lin-manuel miranda's through it is reminiscent of self criticism sect sessions in north korea or in china during the cultural revolution. Marandus work is not really for me. i i didn't love hamilton. The way others did But he's extraordinarily talented. He has the he has the clout to tell stories about ethnic minorities in america that other people do not have and this is a form of hen pecking that is destructive and it's weirdly overrepresented now in the arts and entertainment field right there. Are i think juilliard had a big blow up. Recently about how You know a colorblind casting was evil which is really interesting right like there was a trend for years to do colorblind casting which is sure we can have A black actors. Play anyone in hamlet or anyone in. Tom stoppard play regardless of their the erase real or implied in the text and students in africa. Saying no this that is racist because you're forcing actors hide their color or disguise it in in the race of of another character written by whites four whites or something along that line I don't know it's a it's a kind of. I mean it's a moral panic and i feel sad that lin-manuel miranda's kind of giving into it You know at some point. You need a critical mass of of artists and creators. to just say my work stands for itself st stands up on its own two feet And i'm not going to respond. To hen pecking criticism of about minor casting choices This is the story. I wanted to tell. Maybe there's plenty of other stories that other people should tell I just think this trend is is really sad and baleful because it makes the production of this material that much harder to fund if Disney or other studios wants produce these stories But they're going to get gun shy if they think that just slightly getting it wrong. And moore's could change within six months before the production begins They're gonna get slammed and the core audience doesn't want to see it anymore. Yeah one of the amazing aspects in very disturbing aspects of this phenomenon is going after totally innocent people the best intentioned people and getting them to kowtow and apologize for most recent example. This was ellie kemper. I don't think we discussed her. Except for i believe. I mentioned kyle smith corner post on her as as my editor's pick but she's part of a debutante ball back in one thousand nine when she was a teenager and and people on twitter and social media swear smearing the kkk queen of because this organization that holds the ball annually. Had some you nasty associations one hundred years ago. Whatever she didn't know about and she basically apologized. And it reminds me of this quote from lennon. I asked calmly categorically which is better to imprison several scores or hundreds of instigators guilty or innocent deliberate or unwitting or lose thousands of red army men and workers. The first is better. I don't care whether i'm accused of committing every mortal sin imaginable and violating liberties. I plead guilty but the interests of the workers will be furthered. So charlie exit question to you sometime soon. There will be some mainstream figure like lin. Manuel miranda tom. Hanks our ellie kemper. Who will be targeted in this fashion and will stand up and say no hell no. I'm not backing down. Yes or no yes we should. We should slightly exclude tom. Hanks from this because he may not have even seen this right whereas the others were actually asked for common and acquiesced but yeah yeah and to some extent. We've actually already seen that with jk rowling. That's true so besides jk rollings and be sometimes. Steve mainstream figures. Stand up and say hello. I don't. I don't know i mean was. It was gina carano mainstream figure or she out. Now i mean do. They have to have support from their existing studios. I m she. Mike qualify. You know it's bigger. It's more like i think. The question is is more. Will they stand up insane. No but retain the presumption that they are good decent liberal right whereas instead of being say no and survive yeah essentially because there are some people say 'no were totally indifferent like vince. Vaughn rank gibson but they are right. There just considered untouchable on the right. So you know. I don't know But it has to come soon Because i like charlie said no one can survive this level of scrutiny because the the standards change almost year to year and And most of the that are being criticized again. Were never done with malicious intent So just political which. I accept Charlie at michael's amendments to my exit question. But with all the mind. I still say no no. I think everyone's going to be our here Everyone's gonna be too afraid to even test it to see if they can maintain their respectable standing up to this kind of idiocy With that was very briefly. Charlie get to mitch mcconnell. Who's driving democrats crazy once again. By saying he will not confirm a perspective. Joe biden supreme court nominee and twenty twenty four. What do you make of it. I know people get really.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

"The woke capitalism declaring war on american ideals drew truth telling and delivery of client outcomes are not at odds with each other they are one and the same and other to adhere. That did boston is an incredibly acute and well-informed analysts are just thinking about this yesterday. For some reason. I was looking at cova figures or something and in david wert was onto what was on with this pandemic What was hysterical. What wasn't and what would defeat it much earlier than a like a year earlier than most people certainly than the conventional wisdom so check out the bouncing group check out dividend cafe dot com to charlie. We got some more woke action. We have an op-ed attacking. Tom hanks for being non racist and being non-racist isn't enough he needs to be quote unquote anti-racist what do make i think it's a neat illustration of why critical race theory. And what makes candy cools anti racism pernicious and ultimately built a top lies more. Broadly objection to critical race. Theory is obvious. I believe very strongly in the declaration of independence. I think it was meant sincerely. And i think it has served an extraordinary purpose within the united states. I am firmly on the side of frederick douglas. And abraham lincoln and martin luther king and not on the side of those who frankly sound like neo confederates will be. They would chafe at that. Biogas doing that. The declaration is a may glittering generality and what really matters is power structures but in this case it shows you that no one can win because this ideology is set up as a totalitarian trap from which there is no escape the claim that is made by critical race theorists especially at the moment given its controversial and by anti-racists is that they just want the teaching of american racism in a way that doesn't gloss over the long standing and long-term consequences of slavery segregation and so on and tom. Hanks seems to have taken them at face value. And so tom. Hanks took to the new york times and wrote a piece about the tulsa race massacre of nineteen twenty one in which he said somewhat self critically look. I'm a lay historian. I'm really interested in american history. And i didn't know this had happened and first off do better at teaching the sort of things that never came up in my schooling said but also this might be because history is geared to and written by white people. Now do you agree with that. You disagree with that. You can say some people did tom. Hanks actually laundering his own. Ignorance into an indictment of american education in general. But you cannot doubt the man's sincerity. I think he's done enough in his life to demonstrate that and he was in his mind. I think responding to precisely the arguments that are made by the left about the need to grapple with american history and for his troubles. He was denounced in an npr piece. By guy code. Eric dagens in language. That was taken straight from. Ebron candy. But tom hanks might. Well be a non-racist in fact says he likes tom. Hanks he thinks he's admirable in some ways but he has not yet made the jump to anti-racists because he has not tried to dismantle systems of privilege of which he has been both beneficiary and a booster and really. This is exactly why people are skeptical because when you look through dagens is specific objections. There's just no tom. hanks could escape them. I mean if tom hanks had never said anything while then he is tacitly endorsing the existing status quo and under even candies rubric. That is endorsing racism. Essentially whether if he comes out and says actually. I don't like even candy. I'm going to agree with you while then. That's that's even worse. If he speaks up it's not good enough. And even if he follows all of the pieces of advice. Eric dagens gives him. He just caught win and says well tom. Hanks has made a career and a lot of money. Out of playing white heroes. White men doing the right thing and that has contributed to our sense. White men are heroic and the center of a national attention. Okay but firstly tom. Hanks can't not play white characters. that would be. Its own thing if you tried that second. The people that tom hanks's played they are actually heroes. This isn't some social construct. The man who stormed the beaches on d day word heroes. The men of apollo thirteen were heroes. The captain of the mask. Alabama captain phillips was a hero. So if you're tom hanks you could i suppose ignore that or you could lie about it or you could denounce yourself and those people. But we're told that that's not what anti racism is about. And then if tom hanks does what dagens wants him to which is to focus on other stories stories that affect non white characters. It won't be too long before we hear that tom. Hanks is taking writing jobs producing jobs. Acting jobs directing jobs that could have gone to minorities. It won't be too long before we're told that tom. Hanks has a white savior complex all that he has has diminished the voice of color which is a critical race theory concept. So i just. I read this and i thought you know this is exactly why people hate this stuff because there's just this very very big difference and it's a crucial difference between saying look at all the figures that tom hanks's played and promoted. They are wonderful people. Jim level the soldiers at d day. They'll wonderful people. What we need to do as well is elevate others. Harriet tubman frederick douglass. I've never heard of maybe should know more about but that's not what he wants to do. He wants him to reevaluate his career. In a sense tear himself down and apologize having elevated these people. And i think that goes back to the root hair which is do you have a country in which you establish a set of values and ideals and national heroes and then expect everybody to live up to them and hope that all groups are included. Or do you have a country in which you're fighting constantly over the same piece of the pie trying to tear the existing structures down and i'm for the former. I suspect tom hanks to and i suspect if he's read the piece he sat and thought what so. Michael we also have a controversy going on about the the new movie in the heights. It's a manual miranda production and apparently the afro latino characters are actors are literally arthritis hugh. There's a journalist asked the director of this guy. John chu who also directed crazy rich. Asians what would you say to folks who stay that in the heights. Privileges white passing in light skin. Latin next people and she replied i. This is so twenty twenty one. I would say that's a fair converstation to have listen. We're not going to get everything right in a movie. We tried our best on all fronts of it..

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"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

"Organization of of transnational institutions and to use it to bully people that bully nations that that don't elect the right governments Including ones that are in nato. So you know. I i worry that that's where we're drifting with nato in where the biden administration is going to to try to lead it and which ends up just arranging. Our relationships with countries like poland. Who we need you know if if if nato is is supposed to exist to protect the eastern flank of your of europe such what did you make of the biden gaffes. You had syria. Libya knicks up. Which in fairness i can see myself doing Had a cup of coffee in the morning. And then the this really embarrassing episode. Where boris johnson is is welcoming several foreign leaders newly around the table and one of them is is the leader of south africa. And as soon as johnson's time introducing the these three leaders biden mmediately pipes and the leader of south africa and and he can see. Boris thinking about shy. Call this out and then finds it. Yeah you know. I just i just said that the first obvious point is that these things do get covid. If donald trump had mixed up libya and syria it would have said so much now. I've again partly because this isn't my strong suit. Have a lot of time for politicians in stressful situations. Traveling all the time making mistakes. You went find many pieces by make calling out on mocking politicians for gaffes it happens. I think we fall to sensitive about it. I would just wish that people would give the same leeway to all politicians which of course they don't joe biden is slower than he was ten years ago. Forget the libya syria thing the introduction. That was the sort of thing for which ronald reagan used to be criticized and was subject to insinuations about his age in mental acuity. There was an incident. I believe at a meeting of mayors where he introduced himself to somebody by saying misdemeanor. Nice to meet you attend. The guy was actually in the reagan cabinet and the press had a field day with that one. That's in every book on reagan. Every article andrei. It's every obituary of reagan and biden. Did something similar. So maybe it wasn't on fat when it was applied to reagan. But if it wasn't unfair it's not unfair when applied to biden to bill buckley method to avoid any of these these kind of mix ups when he got got a little older. It was just hey buddy. So whether he knew. You're not if you didn't know you felt special. If he did know us felt special and it covered everything. I say great to see you instead of great to meet you because that way you get away but that was a video that went around of biden posing for a long time when asked about vladimir putin and biden had said he was a killer and the implication with the video was biden. Had zoned out his brain. Stop working for twenty seconds while he paused. I didn't see it like that. My view of it was. He was trying to work out what to do. Because obviously can't say yeah sure guys killa a couple of days ahead of his meeting in that setting but also he doesn't want to say yeah. Well i just said that. When i was trying to criticize trump but i didn't really mean it and also it's true. Putin is a killer but look he's just not especially shop and he's never been especially eloquent and he's operating in a realm that is not his forte. No one has ever said you. Know the the real brains behind america's foreign policy apparatus joe biden. Forget who it was. Who said you've got every single major question wrong throughout his life gates. Yeah so i. I see that was my head in my hands. But he's not particularly surprising. Me he he. He just seems to me like a an older man slow than he was and is also aware that he doesn't really have to be especially shop because the press is going to cover for him and he is early on in his term and therefore subject to a lot of goodwill and he is off the party that most foreign leaders prefer and then not really talking about anything crucial at the moment in the way that they would have been in. Say two thousand two or nine thousand nine hundred eighty one or one thousand nine hundred forty three hundred s question u m b d. You expect biden on foreign policy to be a transformational leader. A transitional figure a status quo caretaker an unmitigated disaster summer between caretaker and disaster. I just. he'll be a caretaker if events. Don't interrupt right where i think. i think. They are too credulous about germany's intentions. But i really worry about Both north korea and taiwan as potential flare ups that this administration is not ready to head off before they happen or Deal with once they do. Yeah he's a status quo caretaker. It's not something. I wake at night and worried about. Although i do take michael's point this was always. The big question was trump. What if we have a crisis and then we did. I can't imagine. Joe biden being a specially effective in a crisis. But i hope. I'm wrong so i'm going to say with an emphasis on china. A transitional figure. Because i think he really represents democratic party absorbing the shift on on china that was made by brute force in the republican party by donald trump but events may lurches into unmitigated. Disaster territory we shall see how. How's that for a wise and prudent so with that let's hear from.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Editors

"Know. I'm not sure how that plays out my fear though is i mean biden. Also said we're going to give ukraine what it needs to be physically secure and then had these leaks from the ukrainian side saying like. We're we're going to join nato or or get on the roadmap to join nato and then president alinsky of ukraine saying like. We need clarity. From the united states about joining nato I personally think that's an insane idea. I think it's provocative. I don't want to say that. Russia has a sphere of influence. But like this is really in their backyard There are a lot of russian speakers in eastern ukraine and basically like north macedonia. This is a country that is got very ambiguous history with russia and is all liabilities and no upside As far as an alliance partner. And so yeah. I'm against that. I think it's it's a challenge for the united states going forward to be tough on russia and china at the same time i mean. Russia obviously benefits from conflict between the united states and china because it opens up these opportunities in the world order for them to revise their place in it but it's very easy to be tough on russia which i i somewhat agree with barack obama. It's a it's a very proud country in culture but it is kind of gas station Attached to siberia whereas china is fernando a very formidable world power and one in in whom we are incredibly invested an interlinked and from which are elites prophet. And it in one way. It's very easy for china to seduce us. Because all the money that american elites we're gonna make in russia they made in about nineteen ninety-six american league still think there's a lot of money to be minted in china and so anyway i was a little worried. I feel like american foreign policy. Needs creativity and biden isn't providing that feels like a return to stale formula. The obama administration that opens them up to to challenge from creative republican. So i would say that. There's a lot of that. Obama reebok semi. We're going to see it on on iran. Obviously in other places but i do think the the focus on china and on quote unquote competition with with china is is welcome in in new and it took a lot of wrangling and almost immediately you had these france and germany saying oh we really want to cooperate with china on climate change much of other stuff but he did get some you know a statement out of the g seven that mentioned china's abuses against the warriors also focused at the nato summit so i wrote a column today. Just how it's there's a deep incoherence at the heart of biden's china policy because he's getting these statements from these international organizations and then he says everything all the spending we're going to do all basically all six trillion dollars of it. Domestically is aimed right at china and pushing back against china and then the defense budget is essentially flat and inflation. Terms is really a cut. Which doesn't make any sense at all what he thinks. This may be in part because foreign policy is not my strong suit. But i would struggle to answer the question. What is joe. Biden's foreign policy. And i would still after having seen. This chip playout struggled to answer that question in broad strokes. We all know what. Ronald reagan's foreign policy was. We know what. George w bush's foreign policy was donald. Trump's foreign policy was anti-china wanted restrictions on trade and to reverse the iran deal and wanted nato countries to pony up more for their defense. I'm not quite sure. Quite what joe biden hopes to achieve. And i i think it's it's more difficult to envision. Jewett what he wants to achieve because so much of the coverage is focused on how he's not donald trump. how he's less bombastic unless of course. He's talking on foreign soil about the republican party. At which point he suddenly becomes the earth. So i think the jury is out as you say this incoherence here. He has done some things on china. I like but at the same time. I wouldn't call him a warrior on the question and he does seem to be worried about the perception of xenophobia. He doesn't seem to want to project american power at least not through the military. I just. I don't quite know who joe biden and that's not necessarily a bad thing. Maybe win in an era in which we need strong foreign policy convictions. Maybe this is why. Joe biden was elected just to sort of keep hold of the tele but i i am not yet sure what he wants to do with his position and his position as primarily foreign policy on despite the inflated role the executive now plays in domestic politics so michael that tennessee to be the anti-trump earn a non trump. Obviously very strong morning. Joe was playing this up this morning. I heard the head. A couple of clips of trump at g seven summit saying or nato summit think everyone needs to pony up. You have all these countries that are falling short of their obligations and then they contrasted it with biden saying how one full nato was an obviously the reason that they're highlighting this opposition to say. How wonderful joe biden is but i think you know the average voter. They hear those. Those two contrasting messages. Probably be A lot on the more attracted to trump's message and e even if trump with a bone of china china shop and self destructive in many respects some of that tough love is is appropriate. And if we're really worried about russia and china you want. These countries did to pony up on their defense commitments. In a way they they're not particularly. I mean particularly germany. Germany could field much more modern sophisticated. Army i mean. I mean that's geared. Charlie we've tried this a couple of times charlotte you you. You wanna pass by germany just just forever not in the way. Franklin roosevelt seem to want to pacify germany. No but i am not as a person of british origin thrilled by the idea of germany. Being both an economic and military power has now. I got that one gives me a warm fuzzy feelings. Yes but i mean you know. You're your your former homeland is ruled by a german family. I don't see the issue here. listen i. The needle lines is sort of it. Exists on it's kind of own momentum now and people have tried to invent ideas of what it's four right so you know in the nineties. There was this vogue of okay. We're gonna stomp out revisionism within europe. Like don milosevic or something like that. Which i thought that that mission was a disaster then. There was libya which i thought was Also a disaster particularly for europe Directly and. I think the temptation is going to be judged to try to create a to make nato this alliance of democracies within.

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"hanks" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"hanks" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Morning you can't use the Tom Hanks example that was mine is so good I was off the table right now Texan right now three one oh four three it doesn't seem to be in the is this does it seem to be any in a you you the.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Here's what I would do all right. Well we'll we'll take Oregon uh-huh I won't say Winfrey Hanks because then my job as her running running mate would be to stand just off to the right behind her and stare at doering Lee at the back of her head. The that seems to be what vice presidential candidates always end up doing and that job. I can handle this question about your harmless vice. What is your very favorite typewriter? And why and just to give you some context. You have about one hundred agency about two hundred and fifty some of them are I know I know I plan to be buried with them. We're we're waiting to give them away. Nobody beginning to give them away to. But I and I'm not a sucker you know somebody says hey. I hear you're giving away typewriters. I'd like let me one. I don't get people I don't give them to that people you I have some objects of art that are just like Ricky. None of them are valuable. I mean I mean if they're worth fifty bucks and I signed them. They ended up being worth about fifty. Four Bucks So I do that. It's ridiculous I don't know I don't know how I would start but I I just endured their mechanics engineering and the permanence of what typewriters can can create But the idea of the perfect perfect typewriter it evolves because it's oftentimes of circumstance. I I have a big. I have a number of big huge machines that sit in one place I have Some Olivetti's that are feather light and I can not. I could take them anywhere. I have some kind of like a Raimo. Land trying to trying to pawners typewriter on Yom Kippur in lost weekend. You know. Just give me fifty bucks for this so I can buy me some booze. I got one a couple of those as as well but I would have to say if I had a truly favorite typewriter. It's a typewriter that is now I'm going to say it's ninety eight years old and it's made by royal. It's huge. It's like it's it has the it has the the the sturdiness of like the chassis. From fifty six to Sodo or something it's impervious and here's the amazing thing about it. It it works. Yeah that's right my son. Even the babies are delighted by Old Royal Typewriter. He's he's essentially saying I'd like me one. Get Your info-banks stage and I'll send you typewriter for that That youngster it lasts. It lasts us for another hundred years. The thing about this time router it. It works exactly as it did out of the crate or out of the factory in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. How many devices do we have in our lives? That do not disappoint. You can't buy refrigerated from nine hundred twenty two or a car. Auden pins from nine hundred. Twenty two. Don't work as well as typewriter does now it's astounding. It's so great and lasted so long that it became impossible for the typewriter company to make any money because he did not have built an absence. You didn't you didn't like right into the royal typewriter. Company tried to download typewriter two point. Oh and the truth is it is unhappy Qabail exactly as it was in nineteen twenty two an.

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"hanks" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

16:04 min | 2 years ago

"hanks" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Show Tom Hanks is in conversation with columnist and senior editor at The New York Times Book Review Parole Sehgal. Hanks joined us on the occasion of the publication of the paperback of hangs his first collection of fiction uncommon type. I want to start off with a Corny joke. A writer and in a brain surgeon are chatting at a cocktail party. The brain surgeon says it's so great. You're a writer when I retire. I'm going to become a writer to the response Ho. That's it's funny because when I retire I'm going to become a brain surgeon like I said it's a Corny joke but as someone who loves books I'm always a little suspicious when a Hollywood star car or a famous politician publishes fiction a memoir. Sure but short stories the hardest of all fiction so it is remarkable that uncommon type is a book of accomplished stories the great novelist and patching described it this way quote reading Tom. Hanks uncommon type is like finding out that Alice. Munro Oh is one of the greatest actresses of our time. This onstage conversation gives us insight on the perspective and the process of an incredibly gifted person. Hanks thanks borrows the lessons of empathy and the insights into human motivation from decades performing and applies them with humor sensitivity and artistry fiction. Here's Tom Hanks in conversation Peru.

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"hanks" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"hanks" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Actor Tom Hanks surprised a New Mexico woman, celebrating her birthday this week in New Mexico. I have that for your next on the move. This. Sleep. Tuesday. You stay. Donald. Tuesday. You're on the move those.

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"hanks" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hanks" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"This is all of us together. Trying to learn to do some impressions, So Chris and Joe and Adam, but Adam Ardy knows how this works. Just think of a person that you think is either easy to oppression of or maybe people don't do enough impressions of that person. And. Sorry. I scared doing this bit. And I'm not going to the president or so no, that's the idea is forget, I know I get it. I'm gonna barest I understand that. No, that's not it could circumvent embarrassment by just being clever and. Because each impression you could set it up with you know, some sort of lead in or whatever and then impressions are short. Just one word or a noise. Go noise. If you're not confident in the voice, you know. Chris famous actor, Tom Hanks target. This is the this is my oppression of Tom Hanks. I can't wait for this. I mean, good. Good. Problematic at all. I have a no word exit pressure. Great to have this at home my mind, set it up. This is Tom Hanks angrily agreeing with somebody. Oh shit. All right. So you have to go do you mean, there's no crying in baseball. Whatever you don't want to be all that. I was gonna play the other party or tell me your girlfriends of mermaid, you know, with some Tom Hanks movie, but after with you how about play Denzil Philadelphia. That's the worst choice. How you disagree with you really agree with green? Well, how do you say? I forgot part of it. Is you got to be like you gotta make it sound like trying to explain this to you for a while. Okay. So so you gotta do..

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