33 Burst results for "Harrelson"
"harrelson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Woody harrelson that i caught when i was on vacation and i saw like mexican tv and i was just like this is funny fucking shit. I love this movie and woody harrelson again. It's like a bad woody. Harrelson movie is better than a goods. Whoever movie a lot of times yeah kind of the same thing for pierce brosnan. So those two together like yeah. This is great but man. Yeah that november man yeah. It was released on trauma. It's the story of a director very much like paul williams a former sixties radical who decides to Assassinate george bush. And pretend that he's just making a movie about assassinating george bush and in doing it. They go and actually film. George bush at like a sneak in borat style and film george bush with the secret service all around so it really feels like they could really get busted. It just has this weird tone of. It's it's a comedy but it also is has incredible teeth two it really it really a film that like like mad dog time one that i found in a bin and then just haven't been able to let go of for years so i hope you check it out. Well thank you so much guys for being on the show. Thanks everybody for listening. Thanks especially to our patriot community. If you want to join the community visit patriot dot com slash projection booth every donation we'd house projection booths take over the world about a month and a half ago. The biggest cake in my career wrote a song for a new singer. Name was frank sinatra.
Search Intensifies for 11-Year-Old Iowa Boy Missing Since Last Week
"Year old boy who reportedly vanished outside his home in Montezuma. Thursday morning, Hundreds of volunteers fanned out over the Memorial Day weekend, calming an area around the mobile home park where Xavier Harrelson was last seen This neighbor Kelly cop, Sir says even her 10 year old daughter is wondering what happened. She keeps ask and have they found ex savior. Where is he? What happened to him? And it's I can't answer it because I don't know. It's just like he vanished. Police say they've halted their active search to reevaluate some information on North Carolina Woman wins a $2
10 Trivia Questions on Fictional Sports Teams
"We're gonna jump into today's episode fictional sports teams. Give you the team. You tell me what franchise it is from here. We go fictional sports teams. I'll give you the name of the team. You tell me what franchise it's from might be a book a movie a tv show video game at cetera. Here's question number one. The springfield isotopes number one. The springfield isotopes. What franchise is that. From number one fictional sports teams number two that chug lee cannons number. Two the charlie cannons and question. Number three the rancho cain high. Toro's number three the rancho cain high. Toro's number three and number four mean machine number four mean machine followed by number five milwaukee beers number five the milwaukee beers question number six the flint michigan tropics number six the flint michigan tropics number six and number seven the south central louisiana state mud dogs number seven the south central louisiana state mud dogs three questions to go on fictional sports teams number eight. The washington sentinels number eight. The washington sentinels and number nine. The new new york. Mets the new new york mets. And your last one number ten district. Five in what franchise movie tv show etc. Would there be a fictional. Sports team called district five. Those are all of your fictional sports teams. Hopefully you were able to identify most of them. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you pulled it off. We are back with the answers to fictional sports teams. Let's see how you did number one. The springfield isotopes. That of course was the simpsons which makes sense because simpsons fan. Luke mckay wrote these questions. Thank you luke. For sending him to me number the canons. That is harry potter quidditch team. In harry potter that shuttling cannons number. Three the rancho. Cain high toro's that was bring it on the cheerleading movie. Bring it on. I'm received that on a date in eighth grade way back in the day. It's an okay movie number. Four mean machine. The longest yard that is from the longest yard mean machine number. Five milwaukee beers is basketball one of my favorite trey parker matt stone movies bastketball number six to flint michigan tropics semi pro semipro with will ferrell and woody harrelson. This is a movie nobody really talks about. But it's pretty funny. Semipro number seven d south central louisiana state mud dogs. That is the waterboy the water boy number eight the washington sentinels is the replacements a football movie the replacements number nine the new york mets is futurama. Futurama and number ten district five is from the mighty ducks franchise the mighty ducks. I don't know much about real sports but boy. I had fun hosting this one on fictional sports teams. Hope you had fun playing along. If you like the show lever of you get free stuff from me in the mail. Just let me know that you did it. By emailing ryan buds at g mail dot com. We have one more for you. Call the fact of the day and the fact of the day is before toilet. Paper was invented. americans used to use corn cobs. That's right nothing like an ice corncob to wipe your bum before toilet paper now. you know.
11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies
"All right nineteen letter movies with Nineteen Word Hands. Let's see if you can figure all these out number one crusading reporters Woodward and Bernstein dig through the Merck surrounding President Nixon's misdeeds searching for the truth about Watergate, what is that movie number one number one? And number two, Brosnan settles in for his third outing as double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a hem doctor. Christmas Jones number two Brosnan settles in for his third outing double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a ham doctor Christmas Jones number two. Question number three no twinkies for Woody Harrelson, this time but hordes of undead still to battle in this decade later, Dom Com sequel number three. What is that Zombie Com sequel with Woody Harrelson And number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya. After meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya after meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four. And Number Five more rock more Jack Black More Kevin Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to a reboot number five more rock more Jack Blackmore Kevin, Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to remove. Number six the American remake of Seven Samurai with a star studded cast of Charles Bronson Steve McQueen and Horst. Holtz. Number seven the time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline. The time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline tough one number seven. Number Eight, a one, thousand, nine, hundred, four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie and actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes Barack. This nineteen eighty-four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie that actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes. And number nine the only film within the franchise to Askew Arnold Schwarzenegger though it features a CGI incarnation of his t eight, hundred number nine, the only film without Arnold, but it does have CGI t eight, hundred, number nine. Number ten one can imagine the pitch for this one was toy story with animals and yeah, it made eight hundred and seventy five, million dollars number ten toy story with animals nineteen letters eight, hundred, seventy, five, mil. Andy Bonus for nineteen letter movies number eleven for two points. If you're playing along at home, please recall one, hit wonder deep blue something's classic nineties tune while you find this more classic morning, Meal Movie Classic Morning Meal, Movie Deep Blue Something Classic Nineties, tune those your clues for number eleven.
"harrelson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Are all ready for fall. I mean, we're going to talk next hour about how we are cooking. I basically have a picture of potato soup up on my instagram stories that people were like, Wait, what? It looks so good. And I It's just like this is the potato soup. Guys, This is the one we always dio. This is like the beginning. This is the entry. Yeah, this is it always all into fall. Wait for fall. I mean, seriously tend of July and I'm like when this fall coming. When is this? It's time like I basically get, especially this year, the state Fair stuff. Like again and you and I have talked about this, but it's like I was like, I'm supportive, and I'm happy that people did things and I'm glad that people got their nostalgia bits, But I was like, Can we just get through to the orchards? I know Can we just let's just get on and you'll kind of get the best of both worlds are going to do another round of that drive here, So I know about your tickets and you can go and you can get some of those eats those and those lottery. I mean, like that lottery open and closed within two days, it was done so I didn't realize that I was going to report on it on Friday, and I was like, Oh, it's already know you had to submit by Thursday and then they picked on Monday, All right. And I mean great and have fun do other things. I'll be at the apple Orchard. Let's talk about apple orchards. Because again, you guys, obviously things are a little different in 2020. Yeah, but it's still got to be kind of a good I mean, it's outdoors, right? So I mean, we keep talking about like one of the activities to do that are really safe, safer, safer, and that would be outside and that would be things in the fresh air and then areas where there's lots of land where you can kind of spread out, not be right all up in people's business. And so to me, an apple orchard fits the bill, doesn't it? I mean, I think it's like And plus, it's just sort of like, I don't know. I feel like people are just more Chillan apple orchards. I don't know. Maybe I'm making that up. Maybe I'm projecting. Hope depends on the orchard. Maybe Yeah, that's true, But I feel like I guess the ones that I go to your right eye don't necessarily go to all the huge ones. I kind of go to the smaller ones. I think maybe that's why what is your favorite orchard? Well, we do an annual trip toe after Annapolis with my kid's day care, their preschool, and that is not gonna happen this year. We're not going to take the kids. Okay? There's the first year that that's happened, right? Right. I remember that. I remember seeing bus rides. Yeah, we've done bus rides. We've had meltdowns we had, you know, It's been a whole thing. And And so I'm gonna miss that. So we're We will definitely do a family one. So I like going there. You know, I love going to Sweetland Orchard, which you love. To you, too. Let's after by the way, Just for a moment is literally like 200 acres. Yeah, it's Chef. It is not small, and it is not. I mean, the only time that you're there next to people is when you are on If you do like the hayride thing on the hayride, and I'm sure they're going to figure that out. Yeah. No, it looks like basically they're just saying, please wear masks. You know what I mean? Like, Ah, well, if you're on the hay, right, you know, And they're saying that leave your pets at home on doll. So just like, don't sample fruit in the orchard there asking that, but otherwise you khun Nun, if you're feeling like that, even just the amount of people there you know, kind of is like a little bit too stressful. They're doing curbside pickup great. And so you can call ahead and you can say Hey, get me a half bushel of Harrelson's or, you know, whatever. And I want a couple caramel apples and Thurston cider in there And then you just pull up. You're going to be able to put it right in your car. And then think about, you know, for people who are home with kids and trying to balance school and work and I know you're pulling your hair out because I feel the same way. But you know, a week day visit. It does make a big difference. Yes. Where it's just not as many people know they go. Okay. So Monday afternoon We're going to that is our little field trip or whatever. I absolutely believe that. Yeah. If you're if you're taking the if you guys have time in that afternoon to take, you know to like your distance, learning whatever you want to do it, I would 100% beaten in Orchard. Some kids air slammed with zoom calls all day. But, alas, that is 2020. I know it's 20. Hey, Deardorff Origins has always been one of my favorite sound. Laconia. It's very Idyllic. I mean, like, big White barn, beautiful trees and like Rolling hills and all the stuff on DH there, just asking that you make reservations. And so this is another thing we're seeing is that they're kind of looking for, you know, they don't really want you to be in groups of more than six people. And they're just saying, you know, basically make a reservation so that it's not so they know who's coming. And so they can kind of be ready for. You don't have to tell you I'm all about the reservation game stuff. I think that this will be something that will continue. Once we kind of get back to the new normal or whatever happens that this this reservation thing. It's just nice. It's nice to be able to click on line and have your time slot and no one you're going to go and have your end time. Great. I think it's I think there's a lot of it had to be honest with you. It's harder for me. I'm getting I'm getting behind it. I'm just one of those people who's like I just fly by the seat of my pants. And I have little kids so I don't act so I love to be like, okay, We're doing this at 10 A.m.. And then this is what's happening. I know And I think that that's exactly it. I think like that kind of like for you guys. I think it's perfect For me. It's a little bit It's mustard affair. Okay, but I'm okay with it. I'm not mad at it. I mean, I get and I can you know, I can change my ways a little bit. I'm not rigid there. Deardorff Orchard there picking sweet tango apples this weekend. Hello. It looks like you can go. Oh, my gosh. They're website is just so cute. Listen, every time I've gone there, there are people taking family photos like every single time like there's kids put, you know, posed in front of the barn. With the trees and everyone's got their vests in their boots on its very sweet, I love it. Also. The fact is, of course, they're right next to the partly wine there on partly Lake Road next to the Parley Winery. Ah, that usually means there is some good bottles hanging out that that's fantastic going to tell you that much because of course, you know. Orchards, our farms and it's like this, so they have going relay since. Yeah, So that's so great about that. You have a really comprehensive list here on MSP. Maggie. I have to say it's pretty good. I got to say this. We've missed a couple of an ad like I know that minute on cartridges didn't isn't under listening. Don't know why, as that is like, one of the hugest one and they're still up and running, And I think that I don't know if that just got accidentally exited off or what? But can I tell you my favorite? My personal favorite 100% is Minnesota Harvest Apple Orchard down in Jordan. And it's not because it's located across the highway from Minnesota's largest candy store, or maybe it is, but I got to tell you theirs..
Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'
"And they've tapped a big star to play. Joe Biden tell you something late night sketch comedy made Jim Carrey a star on in living color. Now he's taking his talents to Saturday Night Live where he'll be playing Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture that Carrie will play the role for all of season. 46. Biden has previously been played by other guest actor as you know Better. Jason Sudeikis and Woody Harrelson. The new season of Saturday night Live kicks out from its studio in Manhattan, October 3rd, Jason Nathan's and
A Hidden Side of Police Abuse
"In response to weeks of protests across the country, police departments are starting to change in New York. For example, disciplinary records for the NYPD are finally going to be made public and last week. New York City, police. Commissioner Dermott Shea made announcement about the NYPD'S ANTI-CRIME UNITS UNDERCOVER COPS who tend to be involved in police shootings. Effective immediately we will be transitioning those units roughly six hundred people citywide. Into a variety of assignments including detective bureau. neighborhood, policing and other assignments. When he made that announcement. said that it was part of an outdated model policing in that they generally are much more focused on intelligence. This is twenty first century policing. Intelligence. Data. Shot Spotter. Video Make no mistake. This is a seismic shift in the culture of how the NYPD polices disgraced, city. It it gives you a sense of. How a lot of the focus is on sort of individual officers on the street, but increasingly young PD's focus is on surveillance, and it has been for a long time. On Hell, story starts almost two decades ago the years just after the nine eleven attacks. Nine eleven, because it happened in New York has had a very long shadow and fundamentally changed. How many communities view the police department? Nine eleven not only to look to automate in. Sharing between different federal agencies, it also tried to turn local police departments into sort of the eyes and ears of intelligence on the ground in major cities, so it became a really important time for police permits to start to view themselves as counter. Terrorism agencies in that perspective is also true to this day. So unhealthy after nine eleven when this technology really expanded. was there a sense of? Push back. was there a sense that this was controversial that there were these growing NYPD dragnets of both Cameras and investigations and wiretaps that that seemed to be targeting regular New Yorkers who might not have been guilty of anything at all, so there's always been pushback from impacted communities and from civil liberties, advocates, but. It goes to show the effectiveness of the police department in the influence of the police department where a lot of the concerns were allayed by saying. This is going to empower us to catch terrorists in that terrorism label really. Calms a lot of fears for many because they thought well, these are tools that are only going to be used against the most dangerous people, but in reality was never limited to counter terrorism in the first place. It was just presented as a counter ripped terrorism tool. The most notorious example of NYPD surveillance was the illegal spying on Muslim New Yorkers after nine eleven. The NYPD sent informers to take photos inside mosques. They infiltrated Muslim student groups at local colleges. Undercover cops, twelve bookstores, restaurants and hookah bars. Even played cricket. The group was called the demographics unit. But until the Associated Press revealed its work. NYPD denied it existed. Now the demographics unit is gone, but the police departments post nine eleven surveillance infrastructure remains. Everything, the police know shoveled into a giant database called the domain awareness system. That includes audio from gunshot detectors, two billion photos of license plates, hundred million summonses, eleven, million arrests, two million warrants and thirty days of video from nine thousand cameras. How will that information gets crunched? We don't really know. And some of the things we do know suggest the NYPD could use more oversight. And, that's where the post doc comes in. To give you an example of the types of things that they've done. They use facial recognition systems to try to identify people that are suspected of crimes that were captured on. Let's say TV camera. So there is an example of someone who went into a CVs and stole a six pack of beer and the NYPD try to run a picture of that suspect through its facial recognition system. But it didn't return any results, so the NYPD thought well. You know that person looks a little bit like woody. Harrelson, so why don't we grab a photo of Woody Harrelson run that through the facial recognition system and see if we can find a match that Oh my God. How did this become public? The seems like something. The NYPD would never want to admit. So, one of the things that the post actors trying to do is to change the way that we ordinarily find out about surveillance abuses, which is costly public records, requests or through leaks to journalists in this case data that information came from an internal training guide that was obtained by Click Gharbia Georgetown that was turned over through a public records request. To what extent do we find out about these kind of technologies? When some kid ends up in court, and they say well, we know it was you because we have a witness identifying a dragon tattoo. We searched our database for a dragon tattoo and it turns out the. We knew you had one because you were stopped and frisked five years ago. Annie's Harlem. Only, it was that that linear. That would be great. Essentially does work that way most often. We don't get a sense of what tools are used at all. Sometimes the NYPD will enter into contracts with vendors that require them to be secretive, and they'll sign a nondisclosure agreement or a confidentiality clause that prevents them from disclosing the use of particular surveillance tools to the point where there are instances that police departments have dropped. Dropped charges against a particular person because they don't have to explain how they found them using the technology. That is still secret
"harrelson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Harrelson backing down kicks it out to craft back to Selinger double team turns to the baseline left hand reverse no good rebound Jones Jones president the left side bounces ahead the Miller Selinger late getting in the front court right side lambda hood in the quarter passes up the three give it back to lan he'll take it on its way off the mark read out the tap no good got it again no good in the rebound a crap hole heiau state and a whistle in a file and Darius Miller and that's now his second Josh Harrelson marking the glass lost his balance on that second goal on the rebound on the missed shot if you would just have the data gathered himself I think he had a basket and possibly a found so now Miller and Jones on the floor with two Liggins and night on the bench with two one eighteen till halftime did you get the wrong way and a better shot he was wide open so deadly from out there print shooting for the time needed sitting out no good rebounded by Jones Jones will bring it up himself now turns passes behind in the lamb in spring and brings it to the front door thirty twenty nine Kentucky cancer the ball win hands it off the hook good dribbles to the middle of the field picks up his dribble gives it to Miller off to land on the left side I can't front comes the hood regarded by dealer fifteen issue good over the land back to hood could close over the right side stock market in the hands of back to lamb lamb drags it down the right side seven issued land grants to the quarter hooked it back to health and health and slides right floater off the right side no good a collision down low and who's the call loan charge what else what else needs to on John Carroll so now seraphim did the right thing shot put on winding he takes it to the room in Harrelson Kentucky's leading scorer goes to the bench with two fouls and Vargas checks into the game but you mentioned if Calipari mentioned deal how Ohio state really likes taking charge Selinger in particular almost three times as many files Colin Kentucky in this first half as the four on Ohio state thirty five seconds to play France fell between the circles off the dealer dealer drives to the corner Elysian blocking pollen Vargas that was a good day his knee on his first the net dealer in eighty three percent shooter will go to the line for one and a bonus Ohio state still down by one despite all the file travels for Kentucky market should hold up that base line he was just a step all he holds up the bass line chart read through good this will be now Ohio state's fifteen free throw to Kentucky's four in the first half is Lauderdale checks into the game Selinger goes up the Turkey on the year not a team that consistently stays in fell trouble second shot bounces off no good in the rebound the Jones so hi scored thirty shot clocks on twenty two seconds and lamb what's an upper back wing pick and roll with Miller lamb might be what they get William Wilson over the left side of the courtroom passes behind the June twelfth second Jones puts it on the floor comes to the top now drives a lighting spins into the lane Bali eight footer bounces off no good rebounded by lady launches from back port it's no good and we played twenty minutes said nothing then settled with Ohio state.
"harrelson" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff
"Have of my house again. That's where we're calling it. Love my house again. Part love my house. Es Party yeah. I got it from the love and enlisted show. Yeah yes and now's house love my house again party. I love it which I don't love it yet. I'm not love. Don't listen I don't I can't list it until I can actually afford the poops in three to four thousand dollars a week on Kennels. Well you know what do that I know. Oh you can five hundred dollars a day. It's like Oh my God that's like daycare on steroids. It is yeah. I can't do it now unless the house Sony Day that it might be worth talking to do that so now stay in the house loving it so today we have a topic. We don't have a topic fake. We're doing where we're doing trivia today because we don't have a topic so air it so megan feeling a little under the weather. She bailed her. She thinks embarrassing. Whatever she didn't want to be here errands GONNA do Trivia for us? Yes she is got. Megan gave her the APP so that she knows the trivia like site that we like. And so she's she's GonNa she's GonNa do some trade justice. Microphone as loud. I got the best microphones and I got this shit. Asmara she got my mic. Dang it if I mean beat it up tonight I was GonNa say if you need show. WHO's boss I get it totally understand? It likes being slapped really hard died and then just to top it does and you have to cuss at it. Also because it likes attention when you throw it a little nobody likes to be called Fuck you God down microphone likes or at least what it used to all right. Great I WANNA start lime. I need a little bit more wine right now. Okay so while you get some wine. I'm going to switch this up a little bit tonight. You guys seven adjusts throw some crazy different topics out at you. Some good some of maybe not so good the first to do is entertainment. Okay Okay Eh. Lots of random knowledge in my brain. I'm trying I'm trying to hang out because you may get this one. You may not but I would if I were you anyway. They say that here we go here. We we gotTA GOTTA question. Entertainment is the category. What Film Stars Woody Harrelson as a bowler that loses his hand? You'd better get this Koi. Not I've seen this movie. I have not seen this movie so you get it. I've totally releasing it. It's woody Harrelson with no band flock. I've seen it rolling it. I know it's Bertram on ten. Don't we call that but it's not that not I haven't seen in that movie. I don't know how the hell that came out seen.
Eddie Murphy will return to host 'SNL'
"Eddie Murphy get a host Saturday Night Live this season for the first time in thirty five years he only hosted once back in nineteen eighty four it was right after he left the show several months after he left the show should say never went back into the fortieth anniversary in two thousand fifteen Eddie is one of the five host announced yesterday what he Harrelson will kick off the season on September twenty eighth with musical guest bill yellowish I
Recycling And The Mob
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow. Oh online learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact so in nineteen eighty-seven something convinced convinced many U.. S. cities to pick up recyclable items from residents homes Sarah Gonzales with our planet money podcast reports it started with a garbage barge and the mob mob yeah we kinda over cycling to the Mafia like the Gambino's John Guidi yeah that Mafia and and it starts with this guy in Mobile Alabama low Harrelson H. A. R. R. E. L. S. O. N.. Super Proud of his age eighty five live. Can you believe that still running onto cylinders not a mafia guy just a regular guy you call them farmer of you like this. I grew up. They were sharecroppers. I grew corn cotton potatoes. All kinds of vegetables typical of Alabama grew up in a home The days then in the nineteen eighties Harrelson learns this thing that he hates trash has a hidden use the methane garbage emits can be turned into electricity so Harrelson Allston decides he's going to collect a bunch of garbage in North Carolina and turn it into energy but he would need a lot of garbage and at the time if you were interested interested in garbage. New York was the place but it was controlled by the mob. Oh yes now. That's a story that will take a lot more time than we have today. Those cartel control the flow of garbage and has yet deal with specifically. You had to deal with a guy named <music> Salvatore Avellino Sal a Mambas with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring inspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found him. Hello Hi this Salvatori. Yes he's auditory. My Name is Sarah and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I want to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest which I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea hi dear what I was way ahead of my time and do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about yes okay yes. He minds Salvatore Avellino guys picked. picked up garbage and Lowell Harrelson wanted to buy it. There was a ride in a stretch Cadillac Limos. That was a little scary but that was it. Harrelson was in business with the Mafia. He's a nice guy. I like how they rent. A barge called the Mo bro four thousand and he tugboat to tug the barge and on March twenty second nineteen eighty seven three thousand one hundred and eighty six tons of New York garbage set sail steered by Captain Duffy saint-pierre a few saint-pierre one of the best in business people start noticing the barge moving down the coast like what is that thing they think there must be some mobster toxic big waste hidden on the barge and a court order blocks it from unloading in North Carolina the get out and get away from this crowd the barges tied to a Cyprus tree the and the Mississippi River Waiting Mississippi didn't want it Florida Alabama Louisiana all say do not bring it here the barges on the nightly news like who will say no tomorrow the most watched load of garbage in the memory of man. It's become something of a national joke still loaded with tons of garbage still unwanted so the buyer just bobbing in the water two months four months baking in the sun poor captain. Duffy saint-pierre can't dock anywhere to take a shower even and there are all these stats coming out at the time that showed. Food town dumps were closing so people that they filled them all up. There was nowhere for this garbage to go. We've run out of places to throw away our throwaways always where we feel. We weren't full. This is Thomas Kinman in environmental economist at Bucknell University. He's as town dumps were closing but bigger. Regional landfills were taking their place but people didn't see that and so the recycling Arrow was born. That's why we recycled to this day. Who knows where we'd be without that barge? After five months a judge ordered Lowell Harrelson's garbage to go back to where it came from New York to be burned what a legacy <hes> forever will be known as that dummy who sailed the garbage barge. You are basically the reason why we recycle yeah. It has an impact on my tombstone. I would like them to say this. Oh boy did his damnedest okay and lead there so we recycle now in part because of a misconception that the U._S. was running out of landfill space. Sarah Gonzales N._p._R..
"harrelson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"My god what a total morning Joe host good friends six forty more stimulating target is forever local Sunday this is everything in half of the weekend pretty much homework for the rest of the KFI to to keep up the the door yours or tied up with the red Sox and for all and to the bottom of the eleventh AT World Series preview blah blah blah we heard all weekend long well there hello before we get to the murder Hamm the there's this if you missed it over the weekend I had was his hip to to this I didn't watch us or not I'm not a huge tennis fan as you might imagine nor nor was my barber today's turns out and but woody Harrelson put on quite a display yesterday he was he was at I guess looks like the men's doubles or something without a couple different matches M. A. and he was at the men's doubles final and and he was he was who just ripped dress nice really nicely it's like a great a beautiful gray suit white shirt with a pastel blue tie and then a Wimbledon colors sort of straw fedora any looks good but the way he sipping on a beverage and so the deal is during the way it works and it's it's kinda like in some some baseball say most baseball stadiums during an inning they won't let you go back to your seat best to be a break in the game player whatever same with Wimbledon debt during a volley they don't let you may make a disturbance have to be seated so they he he I is coming up the stairs to go back to see he's gone down again the beverage she's already pretty ripped and for some reason during this doubles match yesterday the the Wimbledon channel her they are they're just obsessed with showing woody Harrelson woody.
A Mob Boss, A Garbage Boat and Why We Recycle
"I started working on the story about recycling. I did not expect a lost ship and the mob well. I can tell you a story that is actually quite interesting about the origination of recycling. This is Thomas Kinman. He's a professor of Economics Hammocks at Bucknell University to be able to understand why Americans embrace recycling you have to understand the story of the garbage barge or the garbage ship called the Mogo the Mo Bro Yeah the Mogo M. O.. B. R. Owes how this story yeah. The problem is the problem is is this guy was allegedly part of the Mafia. So I'm getting mad at me still alive you can google it. He is still alive and yeah we kind of recycling to the mafia to the so called five families in New York who made up the Italian American mafia you know the Gambino's John Guidi that Mafia specifically we over cycling to a guy named Salvatore Avellino sal a chauffeur and Mabaso Baba's with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found sal okay name. I'm going to call a real actual mob boss. How that's how high this Salvatori? He's Hey Salvatori. My Name is Sarah I am doing. I work for an economic show and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge <hes>. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I wanted to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest. I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea but I was way ahead of my time but <hes> I don't WanNa really going to it. Okay okay. I'm sorry okay. Do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about it. Oh yes okay yes. He minds okay. Okay okay. Thank you so much. Salvatori bye-bye okay decades ago sal had a business partner a guy named Lowell Harrelson of Mobile Alabama not a Mafia guy just a regular guy. I'm so glad that I got in touch with you. Lull Well Nice to meet new folks. You know so. I'm happy you did too. I wish you'd feel another subject also does not want to tell me the story rather just go away. You know frankly yeah I sent her. I never had to mention it again. I mean okay <hes>. Would you be open to just chatting with me like five minutes. I'm not fond of this. I can assure you nonetheless. You sound like a nice lady. They didn't if you ever be you you give me a call and we'll meet up. <hes> is a cup of coffee well then. I think I'M GONNA plan a trip to mobile very good. You let me know when you plan to arrive. I would even pick you up. Okay Okay Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Sarah Gonzalez today on the show the greatest shame and secret of all Harrelson's life that changed garbage in the U._S. forever. It's part one of two shows and the first story involves the Mafia a talking
"harrelson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On what he's been listening to and how he likes it and what he's learned and all that cool stuff. So vix coming up three thirty, and then after the four o'clock news all the other regular features. We've got you big dummy. Straight out of context, Nick show, spies, and of course, fly James Friday right now, though, I would like to welcome to the studio our old friend who we miss very much on a regular basis on the show. The great Esmeralda Leon Peralta. It's still good to see. You know, it's always good to see you been good. Yeah. Doing well what you've been up to we'll play a little catch up here. Just working people job, normal people generally is a company called crafty. We essentially, we are in mainly startups. Tech offices we fill their kitchens with everything that they could possibly desire from yogurt snacks. Everything once bananas you arc into a lot of these, these tech office, mainly offices, a lot of younger offices, but yeah, they get everything and anything they desire. I was just I was man, what movie did I see just recently that where somebody got a job at a tech company and it was ridiculous. The stuff that they had I guess that's based in reality that. Yeah. I mean it makes sense because you're want them there as long as possible. I've been there, usually start very early in the mornings right now, I'm actually I should be sleeping. I'm not working this morning boat. Okay. Well, I'm sleeping. I actually wake up. Now when you're done. It's terrible. So, so you're, you're up to five o'clock in the morning. Yeah. Wow. Completely switched schedules. But is are the offices down here? Yeah. Yeah. All downtown. But sometimes we we've walked in, in the morning, and there's people like sleeping, and like, little alcoves and stuff like that, because they pulled all they're working through the night, or doing whatever they need to do. Yeah. Yeah. If we ever fallen asleep on the overnight. I don't think so following this. I mean I have. Yeah, I've taken many naps. Have you? I'm gonna Torius tiring to sit in front of a microphone yet is certainly is to just talk in front of a microphone. So are you are you having a good time at this job? Yeah. Yeah. They're, they're quite nice. They're only been around for three years. And we've actually just expanded to San Francisco. Wow. Yeah. So that's good for them. I don't see any of that. But house v these doing good. Yeah. Yeah. He's if you'd like to catch the he works at a brewery, tap is a taproom restaurant called twisted hippo also just opened this year. Okay. On Montrose Montrose and Richmond. Okay. So if you're in the Albany, park area twisted hippo. Can he walk there? Wow. That must be nice. Yeah, he can just walk to work. Yes. Yeah. That's cool. What else have you been doing? Have you watched? What are you what? Let's talk a little pop culture, stuff seen any films over the past months. What did I just? Oh, I watched the hunt solo movie solo. Yeah. Oh my God. What I did not know I would cry that much. Yeah, I cried a lot. I, I like that movie. It got slammed by critics. Really? He didn't make a lot of money either. It was, it was considered, you know, like as, as, as part of the, you know, the Star Wars franchise goes, it was, it was pretty much considered a disappointment. But I enjoyed it. Yeah. I like to to. Yeah. Great cast to put Woody Harrelson in any movie, and I'm kind of there, so, yeah. Anything else? What else have? Oh. I don't know why I decided to watch all the blade movies. Which the second one is awesome. He oh yeah the third one. What is happening there? The third one. Okay. Here's Harris very two thousand all three of them. I gotta say that, that intro or they're, it's so two thousand but it's it's the first for the first blade was a real surprise. Oh, yeah. Because that was at a time when Wesley Snipes was making really crappy movies, like he made boiling point and passenger fifty seven okay. All these stupid action movies after like debuting in like. You know, really great Spike Lee movies, like mobile in jungle jungle, jungle fever. And I was like I love this Wesley Snipes guy. And then he got into that rut, where he was just doing stupid action movie after stupid action movie after stupid action living in blade came out right around that time. And, and I went in and go, and this is gonna suck the first ten minutes of that movie. Yeah. Oh, great. I was like, oh my God. This is fantastic. And I ended up like an all blade to is great play to is amazing. Then that third one. I was like, what's happening? The other third one weird. Aaa AAA cheese in it from, from the WWE. Reynolds. And he essentially rhinos now is just playing himself and everything, right? He's dead pool and everything. Right. Yeah. Even before even before he was deadpool. He was deadpool in, in all the in all of the movies. And I just was I haven't seen any of it yet, but I, I really I need to get cable or find some way to find it the what we do in the shadows. Oh, just I know I love the movie. I'm sad. I haven't seen that. But I saw clip where they were like some vampire society clogged and it was all insane. Cameos. Yes. Ninety via Skype. He was. Yeah. That show day Walker. You have to you have to find a way to see it as to its whole Larry. I know I love all those people. And oh my God. It's so funny and that episode in particular with, with just cameo after cameo after cameo like anybody who's played a vampire in the past fifteen years in a movie is in. It is in to win and tells us went and showed up. I was like, okay. Oh, I was excited for, for Paul. What's his face? Paul. He's in the in the original Buffy movie. Oh. Oh Paul Reubens. Of course. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Favorite part of movie when he gets as like. Yeah. This is the best part is he's, he's great in that movie. That's right. And, and the and the guys who from the movie. Shadows. Are they made an appearance in that episode two? And he he's directed a lot of them the go directed the original and they've created it. So there's the is all over it. They might not be in it. Yeah. And the hope so because cast is really funny real, especially the woman who plays Najah. She is on believably hilarious. Well, watch anything with Matt berry. Oh, he's so funny. He's so funny, but yeah. No, you gotta see it. It was one of those shows where like every episode. Yeah. I was just left. Do you don't you don't? You don't have the cables. No, inter the cable and it's not streaming anywhere. You're not streaming. Did you have you have have you watched berry on HBO? We actually have each fan. I haven't seen it and v was just just said he watched some of it, and he said, I should watch and I know this so great. It's so so great and is now directing episodes all the hand and he co created it. He writes them. Yeah, there's an episode. It's a standalone episode because I mean, obviously it's, it's it's episode follows a storyline all the way through you get. So you got to watch it every week, like almost every TV show does that now you remember a time when TV show would be like everything would be settled in our right? They move onto a new adventure next week. And if it was a double episode that was like bright sweeps park to be continued, like, oh, no. Now it's one long story every all of the rain shows. But there's a standalone episode where. Berry is, you know, the plot right? He's a hitman who wants to act. Yeah. He's trying to get out of being a hitman but really good at killing people and Henry Winkler plays his acting teacher. He's spectacular in it. So anyway, there's a standalone episode where a cop blackmails berry into killing his ex wife's new husband. Oh because he's still jealous. So he said he would drop all the charges on berry because they knew that he discovered a bunch of murderers that he did. And so, he's like, but you have to go and kill this guy for me. So the entire episode is him and a guy who's a taekwondo artist. Okay. Like fighting. And like him trying to kill him and then his daughter comes home, who's like eight. She's a taekwondo effort. And then is this little girl beating the crap out of Bill Hader, and doing insane things like climbing up? Trees really quickly and jumping on roofs and. It is really seriously. It's one of the one of the best episodes of TV I've seen in a long long tile. Yeah. And it's so in hater directed at episode, and he made a statement about his style of direction with this. It's, it's great that me seen any in. Have you go and tell them that new movie? I actually watched John wick three. Yeah. And yeah I'm still like, I can't even believe that that was amazing. I loved I actually I had to wait because I hadn't seen the second one. So I watch the second one and then then you three right? Yes. Yeah. They are amazing and who can get it. Yeah. He can get it. Yes. He can. You know, I love him using horses to kill people and stuff and. And those dogs scenes talk seems dog car course. And I'm not a huge fan of. Halle berry. I loved her in John chapter three and especially loved her dogs. I just watched her in. Do you ever watch those online episodes of the hot ones where they aim? Yes. Yeah. They they try to the funniest one that you've seen the one with key and Peele. Maybe not. I don't think I've seen that one. Let's the dude's name hosted Sean Evans. Yes. Sean. Yes. Right. I don't I don't know if I like him. The concept. I, I love the concept. I'm watching them eating hot sauce is getting creasing Lee hotter. That's the best. He's kinda weird. Yeah. Like he doesn't know how to talk to people to be the best was wouldn't when key and Peele were on and as, as you know, because it's just so funny to watch. Yeah. How the know the skull vault sale goes up and up and up and up and how the people who are trying to eat these wings reacting. And at one point one point, they can't some people can't even speak. It gets bad. They start hallucinating. I mean I couldn't believe it. Yeah. And so one point, I think it was maybe because they do, like usually five, six bottles of hot sauce, and they get hotter and hotter. This is called hot ones, and it's, it's online. It's really a lot of fun to watch. Put me so with Qian peel. Kate. Keegan Michael key, just kept saying you go to hell Sean, go to hell. I'm taking he's getting up and walking around, because he can't go to hell Sean, just go to do. They make it. Yeah. They did. Halley did too. Yeah. They did. And they do the dab at the end where you actually dab more of the hot sauce on there. I find those extraordinarily entertaining. Yeah. No, they're pretty funny. Yeah, I watched the one with Alana. Oh, yeah. The brought city city one point I think they do start hallucinating. They don't know what's happening. Your it is. No. So that's, that's, that's a fun thing to watch. So anyway. Do you, do you do you, do you listen to my show ever? You're sleeping now. I have a I have a radio alarm. It doesn't have AM. What? I didn't realize until I bought it, and I set it up. And then no AM that's weird isn't it? That makes me sad. I don't know if it's because it has no antenna, you know, to like catch the airwaves or whatever. But yet. No not valley FM really weird. Yeah. No. I wake up to the jams. Oh, what is it called the it's one or four point three? I think it is the jams, James. It's all a throwbacks to the two thousand. Oh, hey, by the way, we're gonna play a round of for the record. Very good. And we have, you know, since skip skip lease. No longer doing it took the bond marine and left. I mean he's going on his own journey while we're going to introduce you to his distant cousin. Oh, slap slap, Lee. Okay. Yeah. So slap slap Lee will be here, upstanding, fellow. I'm shy. I would hope so. But we're going to do that in a little bit. And also, I want to have a topic here that I want to get to, because I know you and I are both massive fans of weird Al. Yeah, so I have sent well, I have an article about the, the artists that refuse to let weird Al do parodies of their songs jerks like why jerks, and then a man, do his the thing about it is that, you know when when..
"harrelson" Discussed on KGO 810
"If they like the smell of it, Hollywood. Good afternoon. I'm Pat Thurston. Ten sinka is my guest Tim Sika is movie critic extraordinaire. He was the longest president of the San Francisco film, Critics Circle. His website is celluloiddreams dot net. Hey, Tim, Pat, I would much rather be on geo talking with you than in the Hollywood, would you wouldn't it depend on where in Hollywood? Be on your show, talking about Hollywood. Hollywood was smelled. Well, I think it does. You mean like literally like it's, it's, it's stinks. Yeah. Have you been there been there? I've been there a couple times. Yeah, but you went probably two nice places. Well, well, I went to some of the touristy places and at the Greek theater, and a couple cinemas and stuff. But it didn't smell. No. Where they have, you know, grandma Chinese they have all the footprints and stuff. I went there seemed a little rundown than you know. But it didn't smell. Okay. All right. Then I'll take it back. Maybe it was a bad day. And at least your, your studio doesn't smell. So it doesn't actually very good today. I think yeah. Let's let's, let's start with that any. Yeah. I'm going to be I'm going to be seeing you next week. No, you are. Is it Friday that you're going to be here next Friday? Yeah. Excellent. Oh that'll be so much fun. I test to the fact that it smells good. You know, make sure you sound like sure I'll make sure there's vanilla. And, and lavender, those are supposed to be missed or something, those are the fragrances that men are supposed to like the nila. Yeah. I read that somewhere once I think it was in playboy, but I can swear to. Well, because I read the articles. Yeah. You just you just get into the articles. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Except I'm not a man Tim Mr. Sika. First of all, I want to take back something I said to you, I told you that I thought Kevin Costner was a stinky actor, then you spin on that, that thing forever with me. And I'm taken aback, because I saw was it was a movie called the highway man, the one about Bonnie and CLYDE, with Kevin Costner, and Woody Harrelson, Texas Rangers who? Costner was brilliant. He was great in that movie. I take it back and I saw an apology to Kevin Costner. I'm sure if he were listening he would be very happy to know that you're taking that back because he was a good in that role. He was really good in that role. I mean it was like he was that role. And that's what you want is, you know, you don't want to think that that's Kevin Costner, which in like dances with wolves. And that other one. You gotta get that in those movies just made me always go. Kevin Costner is acting here, and I and I didn't like it. That's why I didn't like about him. But this one, I mean you're just sucked into this movie. I thought it was very good. And what was interesting is it was a movie that concern Bonnie and CLYDE. But there was very little body and CLYDE in it. Yeah. Right. It's funny 'cause I thought it, yeah, it was. It was sort of by the numbers old old fashioned straightforward filmmaking style. You know, but we hardly get a glimpse abundant quiet except except from a distance until the end. And so they come across the way, they're portrayed in the movie as the sort of untouchable, scary phantoms, which makes their story all that much more. Chilling right? Right. And that they have this enormous fan club, you know that people consider them to be because at the time people were really suffering. And so the banks were evil and they were hitting these banks. But the banks weren't the only people who suffered from them they weren't the only people who got killed slaughtered, by Bonnie and CLYDE. I mean, it was just it was just an unbelievably lawless couple, and so on. And some of the images, we saw them, I think were actual images like from newspapers, right? Archival photographs. Either copies of the very end they did to, and, and those were the real people. But yeah, so. It wasn't and the other interesting thing, I learned when I watched that movie that I remember is during Bunning clydes of, you know, rain of killing that Texas had a, a woman governor me too. That was absolutely stunned. They called her mom. I know you know what that sounds like a Mike, she, like she was a killer, you know, Ma Ferguson, Ma Barker Barker. Parker. Yeah. But she was she was the first female governor of Texas. She served two terms and who knew who knew it seemed like she had a great deal of respect from people, I was shocked at that point in time that they would have in Texas. Yeah. Nineteen twenty I think he served opposite. I always remember these figures. Nine hundred twenty five thousand nine hundred twenty seven and then the second term was a nineteen thirty three to thirty five took the first time she took over for her husband. On some kind of I don't know if it was a money laundering thing. It was some kind of political scandal that he was convicted of sushi took over for him. And then there was like a eight year hiatus between that term and her second term, but it's just interesting. Kathy Bates played her played her yet. She was great. I mean I thought the whole movie was really good. I enjoyed it very much, and I watched it at home. While I was folding clothes, which I also liked. I remember was wasn't there some kind of veiled reference to the Kardashians, or maybe even the Trump's when, when they were referring to Bonnie Parker's poetry? I think Woody Harrelson who played what was his name many goals. He was one of the other Texas Rangers that worked with Frank Hamer, who was played by him and Costner. He said that it used to be you had to have talent to get published. And all you have to shoot people. It was. I thought it was a veiled reference to the Kardashians. Because Bonnie Parker wrote poetry and the newspapers, publish it. And he never thought it was very good. And anyway. Yeah, that I didn't get that reference. But that's probably folding clothes. His bold in that moment. And it was a shirt it had to be assured. Have pain. Okay. So let's talk about some movies out now. And I would like to start with rocket man for a particular reason. But first, let's talk about it because I, I am an Elton John fan. When he appeared in that movie recently. I loved it so much. What was that movie with a British guy, and it was all campy, yet, it was actually one of the actors that was in that movie plays him rocket man? What was the name of that movie? Do you remember? Yeah. They made two movies. It was. Yeah. Anyway, I, I know that we'll be. And we'll think of it as we talk on this was the movie the rock band movie. I went in expecting to dislike but I actually enjoyed it. It's a, it's a biography of Elton John singer. Songwriter performer and accidents being described as a Kingsman tunic Kingsman highway. Right. Right. Right. Yeah. Yeah. What's his name, the actor anyway? Yeah. I'm going to get to that. I, I have to go through this, in my head, but movie I thought this was going to be like a regular biography of Elton John and it's described as a biographical fantasy. But to me, it was more of a musical fantasy. So it kinda had me there. And this was kind of a nice surprise, and I bought that conceit pretty quickly, especially when I saw how it was kinda working, and effectively working in the furtherest of the kind of story, the filmmakers wanted to tell the movie was directed by this guy named Dexter Fletcher who stepped in for Brian singer and finish. Bohemian rhapsody when singer was fired from that film, it was written by Lee hall to who penned, the screenplay for the two thousand film. Billy Elliot and the other thing about this film, Pat, is that it's dark. It's really about the alcoholic drug hands sexual addictions about John and how his music. His songs were shaped by those addictions. You know, in addition to experiencing an unloving childhood, he had a very distant father in an ambivalent mother, the framing devices Elton John dressed in one of his crazy, costumes that rooster costume opening up to two fellow addicts at an AA gathering and they keep cutting back to that. And you know, I mean that sounds really funny. Well, it is, this is what's interesting. It's very dark movie kinda clothed in a lot of color, a lot of sort of heightened fantasy sequences and the songs Elton John song. He was a guy who wrote songs that were crazy popular he made millions of dollars. But during all of this, he was mightily struggling and deeply unhappy. He was regularly suffering trying to come to terms with his homosexuality which, thankfully, this movie is not shy away from depicting at all. And all the way. Wait was that when he was young or was that when he had become a singer in was a person of note was he still struggling with his sexuality? Oh, yeah. He was all no kidding. There's a there's an epilogue note at the end that says, he's been sober for twenty eight years. I think he's in his seventies now. So the movie would have gone up through the time, he actually came to terms with his own addictions, which would have been probably what I don't know do the math, he would have been in his forties. So two picks a lot of his success and success on the level that he achieved was enough to make anyone potentially tumble down into the abyss with so much so intense and so amazing. But I really enjoyed even though the basic plot points in rocket man. They leaned toward biographical, tropes, and cliches, how filmmakers in making this a musical type fantasy kinda countered that it was very creative, and semi interesting approach. The telling of the life, and chievements and the music and the songs of a rock and roll icon. There's some very impressively stage musical numbers. People break out in song performances are good, a Tarrant that's his name. Taryn Eggert when you say people break out in song, even in the audience. No. No. Okay. The people the characters in the movie will break out in song, do and conventional musicals. But they but all the songs are Elton John songs, and they tend to comment on what we have already seen, or what's about to come actually very, very, very clever, and the songs and the music. I n realized how much of his songs had permeated my psyche until I saw this movie. And while I never outright dismiss Elton, John. I always thought he was a little sort of overrated as a composer. I tend to be a musical snob because I like classical music. But. When you're reminded of his output, which, which I hadn't realized that I knew I knew all the songs and all the words to every single..
"harrelson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"By the way. He's really. Yeah. Pretty sure does he play as well as Clarence place and may be tough to beat. Clarence was tough on the on the sacks. He was amazing. He was he was he was from here. Did you ever meet him? He has to be, you know, just going to tell you, he was in Chuck. It used to be Chuck, it Harrelson. I don't even know what it's called them. Do you know what's kind of mistrust? Narrows I dunno. I used to love that place. It's it sits over the, the, the first bridge, the Northbridge going from West Palm to Palm Beach. I don't know what it's called now but he was in there all the time. And he was kind of hard to miss because he was like sixty was a munch took a large person, large guy, a couple of times at the station here for whatever events. Really, really nice guy. He seemed like a really. He was always pleasant to people who approached him at a table at check in Harrelson. And I just wouldn't do that because I would think you know what? Guys, trying to have drinks. Don't bother people. Yeah. No. Especially me, get between me and my food. Don't wanna mess with that. But God knows what those tickets they're going to cost for this tour. It's gonna it's going to be a lot of money me think even even if he does like Sadie of stuff, it's going to be big really big. Okay. Thank big. Well that. And if you wanna go have a beer at Oguz Cantina, because it Disney Star Wars, galaxies, edge it or that opens up Friday in California. It's right at Disneyland. Well they have a, a beer flight. It's a sample of the four craft Bruce, that they have on tap at this one place called Oguz Cantina, they say it's going to set you back seventy five dollars for four sample. Beers. This isn't just a special event. Right. The ongoing price because the, the.
"harrelson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What they were doing was trying to show that some of the issues now still exist from then exist. Now it was a very fine line. They walked. And I think they did it. Well what stood out for you because it was a bold chance. I'm glad they give him the opportunity to do it. They tapped into something. I'm sure the ratings were great because they tapped into something there from a lot of people's childhood. What did you like best? What, what I like best was actually seen Marla Gibbs who played the original made come back, I actually didn't know she was alive and she came back to play the maid, again, in the jeffersons episode Meriva Tomey was fantastic will Ferrell it was. Great to see him. What I like the least, unfortunately was Woody Harrelson, and it proves to me that you can't be ten your Carroll, O'Connor and people are no Carroll O'Connor from the night. Just makes me crazy. Archie bunker, one of the most bigoted, most upsetting TV characters in history, and Woody Harrelson tried to play it off. And it just did not work. Unfortunately. Where did he fail beyond beyond the difficulty the degree of difficulty, because I thought so degree of difficulty was strong, too, and she managed it. Yeah. I mean, but he's like trying to do the double Lundy when you're trying to be Carroll O'Connor in this day and age and trying to get his accent, and trying to be part of it was his, his, his nature like it was Carroll O'Connor. I was worried that, that maybe was who Carroll O'Connor was like in real life. And I know what he Harrelson, so I never was able to lose the fact that it was Woody Harrelson trying to play Archie bunker. And that's when performance can fall flat Sampson. We'll talk to you next week. Hey, thank you. Take care. You guys wanna do Joaquin Phoenix. Top-five not in a minute. So I wanted to talk to me more time on that one. More time on that I wanted to talk to maybe we can talk to him about it next week. Did you see what wouldn't turn Tino ran into a con-? He got a dismissive question from a journalist asking, why didn't give Margot Robbie more lines of dialog and his upcoming once upon a time in Hollywood. He said he wasn't entertain it. Anyway, he says, I, he dismissed the ipod uscis. And it was a little I love that. That's what you chose to do with the last minute instead of locking Phoenix movies. Yeah. Well, it's, it's a little fair because he's got such great roles for women. Right in his movies. Jackie Jackie Brown. The bride and kill Bill Emma in Pulp Fiction. I think he was just sort of fallen victim to perhaps his reputation because he kinda got away from that whole, like need to thing when there were things about him that were sort of on the line, and he's very close with Harvey Weinstein. And I think media relations person and publicist needs to get a hold of Quintin quick before he started is the one in most likely to have the. Kind of eagle as an artist that he will trample some lines with his arrogance because he thinks that's intelligent, the I saw the Simpsons be guilty of this recently with the way graining reacted to the Apu character that those smart, dudes can't figure out in two years, how to get that character to speak, because they're so frayed of the subject matter. I think he's going to step into it, and they'd be wise to keep them away from publicity tour. Walk the line..
"harrelson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"For me. But you might have some good stories about. You can't put it back on me. I made the joke. You can't turn it around and say what about you, interesting. You know, some of those buildings were actually saved from that I went to school at the university of Portland and they had a couple of the fact that the radio station in the newspaper were in one of those buildings that they had recovered from the flood. Really? Yeah. I didn't know that. It's an amazing story and we've all seen the pictures and whatnot. I, I was born in Vancouver, and dead. Got me in trouble, one time as a small child, I told somebody who was born in van port. He didn't like my sane. I don't know. But if you've seen the photographs with us, Gary time for thousands of people Oregon's second largest city at the time. Yeah. Also, I can't believe the Republicans are still requiring those bills should be read down in the legislature in Salem. That's just a delay tactic. They're the same group that went and hid when they didn't want to vote on the corporate tax thing actually that was the Senate. And this is going on in the house. Okay with Republicans. But you know what I think that I think the Republicans of the Senator also doing to slow down the process, and that's why they'll be meeting on Saturdays trying to get done by the end of June bit. The Democrats are really thrilled about that. Yeah. Hey, I had a good night last night. I'm at a point in my life where I really enjoy being alone. And we have family in the house, just constantly, which is great. I, I enjoy that more. But Wednesday nights Vicky, has an obligation, and I get to be home alone and last night. Did you did you happen to watch ABC's? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. If you if you missed a friends, they did live reenactments of, of the classic episodes of all in the family and the jeffersons Mike. You watch it. No. Oh you did. It was great. It was really cool. The use the original scripts that nothing was changed. And the whole thing tribute to legendary producer, Norman Lear ninety six years old. He hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Jimmy Kimmel's idea to do this. But I was really impressed. They had an all star cast, Woody Harrelson played. Archie bunker, Thome a Edith. I thought she killed did. She had this down. Yeah. Including a little run that she does. Walk through a room. She, she of trots. That was really cool. I'm not sure Woody Harrelson was a good Archie. He seemed to be a little bit shakey on the lines from time to time you know, and he's a real thin guy in. Archie was right. Jamie, Foxx, and win two sites as, as George and Louise Jefferson fantastic. Really court. You watch this last night. I saw the clip the one clip where Jamie FOX nest up. Yeah. Yeah. I, I watched that, but I didn't watch it live. Now, proving it was live. He blew a line. And, and I don't know if you're gonna use this laughing and, and, and turn it's live TV. Something about everyone at home thinks are TV just messed up. But it was me. So I enjoyed that. And, oh, the Florence Johnston who played the wisecracking made on the original Jefferson's came back and in that episode was about Louise Jefferson not wanting to made and, and her husband wanting to get a maid. She came back. She was one of the applicants, she killed it. I mean I don't know that lady is. But that was fantastic. Absolutely loved it. And I guess the, the numbers the ratings were fantastic. I love it when, when they tried to do life stuff on TV. Love the musicals they've done in the past, and now they're doing sitcoms, which if you're of a certain age, you remember very well. And that was that was good. TV. I started though, of course with jeopardy, and you know, I'm a fan. James whole tower one his twenty fifth game. Yeah. Now up to one thousand nine hundred thirty nine thousand twenty seven dollars twenty five consecutive wins. He's more than halfway to beating Ken Jennings, grand total, a third of the way to the seventy four wind till the Jennings put up, but his winning I what I appreciate about it is, he just knows so much. You know, he he does the strategy thing that allows him to win. But this guy knows a lot about a lot of things. Some have accused him of well, one, one writer New York Post called him a menace. Well, I'll tell you about more about that. But others go online talk about him and I was I was reading some of the tweets. People are calling him era Ghent, I think he appears to be a humble smart guy. But now there's tweets about him being air. At one point, he went to do a daily double last night in which you bet all of his money, so he had two thousand time, and he said to dimes gamblers expression for. And then he said, Alex trebek's means two thousand director. I know what that means. Somebody tweeted what, what a douche bag for saying that. Dimes. Yeah. This is what I really don't like about social media. The honesty. Well, there's a reason that these people haven't had a voice all of their lives. Because they say really stupid stuff in means stuff about other people, and they shouldn't what did he say? That was mean calling somebody that. Yeah. Obvious. I call that. I call you that behind your back over time? At least you. Did you have the good graces to do it by? Don't go on social media. Charles lane in the Washington Post. He says to the multitudes who have rooted hall tower on I have just one question. Do not see this guy is a menace. The only thing more troubling as a commentary on American culture than his grinning, relentless March to victory, regardless of when or if it ends is that million celebrated? People don't seem to care the whole tower streak reflects the same grim. Data driven approach to competition that despoil spoil among other sports baseball. Where does giving us the shift wins above replacement swing trajectories and others to typically valid, but unholy innovations in short this professional gambler from Las Vegas does not so much play the game as beat the system. What's entertaining about that, and beyond a certain point? What's admirable? What's wrong with that though is the only way he can win these games is with knowledge he may be able to increase the amount of his winnings, by the way he gambles? But if you don't know the answers or you don't have the questions you're not going to win the game ring in first and everything. So he's he's not cheating. He's not in. I think Americans like somebody that figures out how to beat the system. I mean that's a part of who we are. And what we do we, if we're smart enough to do it legally more power to you. But guess what this Charles lane in the Washington Post finally admits after going on and on and on and on about it. He was a failed contestant on. No. Jeopardy. And he did he finished third. And he said it was a miserable experience. So how dare he goes writer thinks that they're so smart? When they go on the show. Yeah, maybe not so much. That's why they shouldn't even let some people right in newspapers. Yeah. A little bit later in the program. We'll catch up with hundred.
"harrelson" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Of surveillance tech and it passed by eight to one. An clearly we're starting to see the flaws in face recognition, and I'll give you a really great example from vice this week. So when the police department interviews, you and says, well, the guy who did it. What did he look like if you say, well, kinda look like Woody Harrelson, they'll take a picture of Woody Harrelson and feed it to the face recognition technology law enforcement. This is a great piece vices identifying suspects based on all manner of probe photos photos of unknown individuals submitted for search against police drivers lice database license database. Including celebrities Harrelson's photo in this case returns. So a guy was caught was caught on camera stealing beer from CVS in New York City. The surveillance footage was so low quality that get any suspects though hits on the NYPD face recognition system. So that's -tective swapped in Woody Harrelson saying, well it looks like Woody and yes, they got a lot of hits including the guy who did it now. You tell me. If I'm Woody Harrelson. I'm going to be a little insulted. He looks more like Colonel Sanders. Than Woody Harrelson looks like a Klingon without the forehead of plans..
Backlash grows for police use of facial recognition (The 3:59, Ep. 562)
"The. Welcome to three fifty nine I'm Ben FOX Ruben, I'm as actually on Tuesday, San Francisco became the first city to ban. Police use of facial recognition tech proponents of the ban say the tech offers a slippery slope for Massar Valence while proponents facial recognition say that it's a useful policing tool. I as guess, do you expect more cities to follow suit with San Francisco? I think the outright ban is a little bit much. I don't think cities will do that right away. I did see somebody talk about a moratorium maybe they don't use it as, as, as primary method of dentist. Maybe it's the secondary. Or maybe it's used in a very light way. But the outright ban, I think, is a little bit much. There must be a different way to regulate something like this. Well, it's also interesting that this is obviously, not a federal ban. It's still being used in a variety of other places right? Yeah. So I was looking at an article about this, and this does apply to San Francisco police and agencies, but the San Francisco, please does not use this currently. So nothing's changed. There plus facial detect is available at airports, international airports and ports. But that's jurisdiction, which means this ban has no effect on those areas, which means that if I went to the airport, and San Francisco, San Francisco International airport, they could use facial recognition in theory. So it's not like the entire municipality everything in your, the federal you can't can use this. So some additional information about this. The Georgetown Law Center on privacy and technology, which has been looking into facial recognition technology for quite some time came out with a study today, this morning, saying police are using flawed data to run facial recognition searches those include using artist's sketches editing images to add is in lips and searching for look alike. So to me, this seems like if people are already a little shaky on the USA facial recognition tack, this is obviously another point to say, hey, maybe this isn't the best thing. I mean if you were. Night witness go. Hey, get a little, Ben FOX Ruben, this should be able to show a picture of Ben FOX and since he's so well known. Maybe of course, one of the cases actually was Harrelson, David Schwimmer look, lot of people like that. So the idea of saying, this person looks like another person would be usable in the police sense. The idea that computers doing it and potentially getting wrong. Again. It's that final step if, if for some reason, the police are deploying arresting drones. Yeah. I think there's a real problem there. But if there's a person Dan going, this is completely wrong, or this is completely right? At least it should be due process after that. Yeah. I think that, you know, the, the idea that this was proposed in the first place is facial, recognition tech is supposed to be more accurate or more credible than the human, I'd sometimes or it's able to pick certain things up, like, for instance, if you're wearing a different pair of glasses if you have longer hair, dyed, your hair. There are all sorts of different ways to maybe mess with the human eye, which facial, recognition tech is expected to be able to just kind of. Sift through unfortunately with this study seems that, you know, hey, maybe they're messing around with it a little too much. Next up one. Switch to a different subject. We are happy to report, the no Facebook, certainly not listening to your conversations. Not that important seen it actually tested out, this urban legend. I was forced to talk into my phone for about a week and a half trying to get advertisements about chainsaws. And no. I didn't get any advertisements about chainsaws new found no evidence that this is actually real love. The article about this, the point that this would be crazy illegal. Let's not forget that illegal, forget the idea that oh yeah. This would be creepy. It would cost Facebook trillions of dollars and ruining their model entirely that have been breaking the law, this Hauer amount of time that would be just amazingly bad for Facebook. When it comes to the press. So if they're crazy enough to do it, then, yeah, they should be. It's a good point that you mentioned that this would actually cost the company, a lot of money, and there would in fact, be some sort of footprint to show that Facebook is digesting that information that it's actually gobbling up audio recordings from two billion of its users you even several hundred million of those users, there would be some sort of data process that we, we would be able to notice, and unfortunately, security, researchers haven't found that if the accuracy aspect of these ads. I think that's what makes people scared, but it's links to your friends searches that you're, you're looking for, because your friends are looking for friends of friends that kind of weird amazing profile that can create all this data on top of that just reminds me I was going to buy car. All of a sudden it's thinking about buying a Honda Accord. They were everywhere, didn't mean that they weren't there all the time. I just didn't notice them as much right? Wonder if there's a psychological element of I was just talking about cookies and others ads for cookies. But you might not have noticed it before because you're talking about pizza. Yeah. And it's a good point. Alfred ING in his story talked about the. Fact that Facebook doesn't actually have to listen to you at already has a ton of data about you already. But anyway, if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN Ben FOX river on that bridge. Carey. Oh, jeez. All right. You threw me off. Thanks for listening.
Jimmy Kimmel Bringing 'All In The Family' & 'The Jeffersons' Back
"Television city in Hollywood. Glenn? Kimmel will be hosting a new TV special honoring all in the family and the jeffersons ABC announced a press release on Thursday thing. The fifty one year old television personality will present a tribute to the classic Norman Lear series live in front of a studio audience Norman Lear all in the family and the jeffersons the tribute will recreate an original episode from both on the family and the jeffersons Woody Harrelson and Meriva Tomi will play Artie in Edith bunker in on family and Jamie Foxx and Wanda sikes will play George and whizzy Jefferson in the jeffersons on family rent for nine seasons during the seventies. And the jeffersons ran for eleven on CBS. The live ninety minute special will air may twenty second on ABC for
"harrelson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Got Woody Harrelson gonna take on the Carroll O'Connor role as Archie bunker. At Jamie, FOX is gonna play George Jefferson Sherman Helmsley remember play moving on up to east side, what kind of business did he own. Let's see if I could test your knowledge on the expect you to know the show is out nearly fifty years ago. I don't cleaners cleaners. Yeah. And the jeffersons song. People don't realize was a spin off of all in the family. The jeffersons were the next door neighbors that while. That's right. Just like Laverne Shirley was a spin off of happy days share because the Vernon Shirley like dated I think Richie and Fonzie one episode. They said, oh, they're pretty good. Let's give them a show. Yeah. That's what it was Joanie and Chachi also spent off from that. I think it the season Joanie loves Chachi. Yeah. I remember liberated surely they were the two of their like room mates, and they were worked at factory girls and fun. They live in Milwaukee. And they moved them a Los Angeles which made no say moved to Los Angeles. Milwaukee fire Brier can Mindy Morgan Mary also was again, Brian Williams appears in one episode of happy days, I'm taking that. Thank you for that. All that credit. Well done. Right. And then people forget that Melrose place suspend off of ninety one zero Kelly dated one character that was on Melrose places. L? Let's make this into a show. Maybe that's how they launched them to kind of introduce them into the DNA happened out there LaLa land. I guess so so yeah, you so you've gotta Woody Harrelson in. This will Farrell is going to play the next door neighbor in the jeffersons, the British guy, and we go on and on. I I think this will do well it's going to be made twenty-second. So this is sweeps. They call it. Right. So that's one advertiser saying Siri by some ad baptizing time, I will tune in. If I around, you know, if I can I would watch this do it like you do with our podcast lease, right? You just DVR, and you watch it when you're bored. I mean, you got time. Maybe you're on the go on the way of Connecticut or something on a train. And you're like, I'll watch it now few right? That's right. I don't have to actually be there at the time. Thank you, Sean for remember. If you go to seven ten w o r. Our dot com. Con go to our podcast of the podcast. Download it. You can get it there. It's easy easy on your phone easy. Any who? So that's what we've got going on with that. I I the only thing I shudder to think, you know, what's going to happen. What Archie bunker? Right. Von politically. He was cranky for was in style. Exactly. Right. Harrelson's who is one of the biggest look everybody in Hollywood's a democrat. I get a big kick out of people. I tweeted this once in a while. I'm never going to watch will Ferrell in a movie again because he's a big democrat. You know, what you're never gonna watch a movie again unless it stars. I dunno. Maybe Clint Eastwood going to say we both got for the same Jon Voight. Right. Like, you could you name it based on one hand, right though. Derek like, there aren't many. So these people always say, you know, what I'm going to boycott this because this liberal who said this about Trump stars in it. Well, you know, what you're out of movies, man. Right. Right. Just like Sinatra. You couldn't listen to him growing up either. Because he was a big democrat before it became a Republican. I over Marilyn Monroe something weird happened with the Kennedys. And then he said, you know, what Republican than he was at like the eighty or eighty four convention with Reagan peers is like the show watch the show just it's escapism. So just forget who these people are a little bit. But you know, that somehow Trump is going to work his way into this. If Kimmel's involved, right? The pope of late night and Woody Harrelson and Jamie Foxx. They most will put small at in there. Why not? But but Archie was you? He was you're right. He was so politically incorrect before it was cool to be politically incorrect, but they couldn't put that show on the air. Now, let's put it that way. He would be deemed a racist. Well, you know, he was he was I know, but no to the point where we'll be overly past the point that sensitivity, and they'd say people show from the air. Right. Couldn't do it. Even though the show because if you know Norman Lear, or you know, the guy who played meathead rob Reiner, I met Reiner. Yeah. They were mocking, of course, big cool being politically it was a way to do it. That was funny now everybody in their safe-space. It'd be like we can't do it. Anyway. So how so how are they going to do it? Then Archie without him saying kind of politically incorrect things that are actually making fun of being political somehow Archie, you'll hate Trump. It'll just bash Trump the entire time. Does it every show these days who knows it's it's making me curious enough to watch the two-night? Yup. Exactly. Who's it'd be eat it? I didn't see who's going to be. Yeah. Come on. You gotta tune in just to watch Edith, right? You being Edith you'd be a good eve. Yeah. I can totally see that. Oh boy. Anyway. Win the argument. Because basically remember I mean, she really was the powerhouse was the power. She's the glue that kept Archie. Kept him on a human level. She was she was power. And it was funny about that show. Like a joke. Literally was you'd hear just the toilet flush. And then Archie would walk downstairs. I think I remember it. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, speaking of drama. Yeah. I know I swore off doing baller for the rest of rest from the fatigue that we've gone through do want to mention mitt Romney's reaction to the Muller report. Because Romney's very interesting fellow right? He ran for president in two thousand twelve got the nomination lost never really had a chance quite frankly against Franck Obama, right and Obama. Remember the unemployment rates like at eighty eight percent, right? We're still stuck in Afghanistan. And he really hasn't accomplished anything in terms of signature achievements came after in the second term. So, you know, people say, well, you know, we are in the great recession, and he took us out of that. I guess well, but anybody would have. I mean, it just we sure. Well. Yeah. I mean, anybody would have I don't know. Anyway, I think we hit some truck bottom. We could only go up. Okay. You know what I mean? So, but okay, fine. You give them credit for that. But it wasn't like we were exactly chugging along and Romney comes in. And he just had this real problem connecting people, and in the end, he just seemed to elitist is the irony is that Trump is a billionaire, but he can connect with people from New York. No less like you talked to any conservative. Oh, those elite billionaires from New York Trump should have been hated. But it was the exact opposite. He connected with blue collar people in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio and Romney couldn't. And he lost all four of those states. And that's why I didn't win the same thing as Carrie did democrat, obviously, it's the same thing as John Kerry winning sailed, right? Same sort of elite is really yes. Yeah. I feel like can I tell you what Romney's platform now. It was just it comes down to personality usually on his hair shirt. I kind of feel that's what I think. He would have been a decent president. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No. I is it getting to the feeling of it suits were just too nice. All of that. We try to wear the dad jeans. If you remember he wore jeans with like a button, he never you never wear ties. He tried to then, you know, make himself more like the ever met, and you could see right through it. Right. But the thing is what he did with the Salt Lake City Olympics. He took over in two thousand twelve is bankrupt. They ended up being profitable this guy. He's a good. He no Senate delegates got an even keel. I think he would have been a good president. All right. All that said, you can't really trust them. I think the bottom line is we're going to talk to a Boston radio host name, V wise at the forty Mark here. Forty minutes past the hour to talk more about this. And look let me read you what Romney said about the Muller report. Quote. I am sick. And at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonor. And misdirection by individuals in the highest office land, including the president. What makes a significant is that Romney is not just Romney the guy who ran for president is kind of like sitting around like biding his time for something else. He's a Senator right? And for him to say that after he went to Trump and they sat down for this beautiful candlelight kind of meal. We all remember the pitcher, please make me your secretary of state. I could represent the administration. Well, and people are saying, yeah, you should hire. This guy. There's some people close to the president at the time said you can't hire this guy. He's going to do what's best for Mitt Romney. And he's gonna totally take the take your legs out from under you, and now sure enough here, it is you could say, he's just being honest. But I don't know the pious nece, the the moral height of the statement. I think is going to bother some people. I am sick. And at the extent, look or you could just take it at face value and say this is him being you know, he is. I think he's a very God fearing man, and he. I'd say this is just him being the Mormons god-fearing. Yeah. Okay. So this year. So I wasn't sure. Meanwhile, here's how the late night host lease handled the mullahs report, and as you can expect, you know, not exactly any phrase for the president baller report is out. It's four hundred forty eight pages long. It was delivered to members of congress this morning on CD-rom which. Members of congress to dig out there. Computers from nineteen Ninety-four to read. Yes, do computers even have a CD Dr. Moms.
Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear to Host Live Recreation of The Jeffersons and All in the Family
"All in the family and the jeffersons are coming back to television live for one night only. Woody Harrelson, Marisa Tomei, Jamie, FOX and Wanda Sykes are going to star in a recreation of these Samantha so is from these incredibly influential sitcoms back in the nineteen seventies. Ninety six year old Norman Lear who created all in the family and its spin off the jeffersons and Jimmy Kimmel are hosting this. It'll be on ABC's prime time sometime next month. Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei will play Archie and Edith bunker with FOX and Sykes as George and Louise Jefferson Ellie Kemper justina Machado, and will Ferrell will
What's on Netflix in March?
"Talking tech is brought to you in part by northwestern. University offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics. Okay. So you're now spending two maybe three or four dollars more month on your Netflix subscription. And you're wondering what's coming up in March Harley and bomb those all she's the USA they reporter tracks. This for us every month and Carly L people some of the highlights from arch. Yes, says everyone knows net flicks releases its list of new titles a little bit ahead of the first of the month. So we have it. Now. You know, there's a lot. There's a lot coming a lot of original movies. A lot of original series. Give you some. Let's do a headline. Yeah. Okay. Well, if you're looking for something with big name talent, I can give you some. Movies that have some A-List stars? For example. There's this action film called triple frontier. Ben Affleck's in it. Oscar Isaac Senate, Charlie Hunnam Garrett. Hedlund Petra Pasco another movie with big names is the highway men. That's starring Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson. Both of these movies are coming to Netflix in March and also getting theatrical releases kind of like they did with three weeks. I don't yet know the full theatrical these plans, right? So I don't know if they're going to do the same exact plan as Roma, but they are doing a theatrical release some other things we have coming up. Our new seasons of shows. You might remember. For example, queer eye is coming back for a third season. The show arrested development has more episodes coming. Something else that I'm interested in checking out are some comedy specials, including one from Amy Schumer. She has one called growing, which I think is a reference to her growing family and her growing belly she's pregnant she she got married. She's going to be talking about that. She had an athlete special a couple of years ago. That was a little controversial talked a lot about sex. But she's back with this new one. She has a billboard on Sunset Boulevard. To promote the special. So you already knew why news new she had to billboard. What's the last? Great thing you saw on that flex. I finally watched Roma. So I I saw it on the couch on the TV I know everyone here in L A. I don't know if he overheard this conversation dozens of time if you're gonna see Roma see it on a big screen. I get that. But it is ni-. It is nice to be able to choose and finding a big screen would be hard because it came and went pretty right? That's right. Right. So did you enjoy Rama? I did enjoy Roma. Would I say it's my favorite movie of the year? No, it was my favorite movie of the year. Did I watch it and truly appreciate? Director genius who pulled from his own childhood experience and produce something beautiful. Yes. Did I get a little sleepy? Sure. Okay. Well, this podcast episode is going to run the day after the Oscars. We're recording it before the Oscars, and since you mentioned your favorite movie there. I gotta ask what was it? I don't know if I have a favor of the the first one that comes to mind is a movie called free solo. This is a movie that's up for best documentary, photography, probably. And I think a few other awards. Is is the story of a climber. Alex hulled and his free solo. Meaning he climbed without ropes. Yeah. In Yosemite, and not only is it a compelling story. Just on paper about someone who just decides to have this outrageous dream and against all odds. Go for it, but visually it is unbelievable because they have shots, you know, above him below him. The the people who shot this are professional climbers work through some me. Well, I wouldn't say that he's climbing there climbing. Yeah. But they had separate tracks. And they were on Rove's, but they're carrying heavy equipment, and they have to climb. So it is beautiful. This is something. I would see an Athenian. Okay. My pick would be BG. Oh, yeah. Ginsburg was just incredible to watch that on a plane recently. Okay. I saw Peter. Can you believe it? I've believe it. Yeah. In port Townsend, Washington. So Carly Malibu from USA today. Thanks for telling us all about Netflix for March will look forward to checking in April. Bye bye. Hey, everybody. You've been listening to talking tech. I should just remind you that you can find me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham, Carly remind everybody had to find you on Twitter. Oh, I am act that girl. Carleen twitted that girl Carly in Cincinnati. That's right. At bet you'll Carly on Instagram and Twitter at Jefferson Graham on Instagram and Twitter as well. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you in part by Northwestern University. 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"harrelson" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Yes. I think I think that we got a lot of news as we'll get. By the way on big if true, especially you me and Tyler or crushing at this week except for PF t getting massacred. Yeah. Have been be at this week. Yeah. We're we've been been excellent corn. Maybe you should. I would like you to challenge me to fast food. I think you're very few could beat me challenge me to random as well. Ken Jack random category that he was very not happy with other than that. He's been crushing that category this week. Oh, man or one the twenty twelve avian for do actually I would crush that category. Let's see let's see troch can get this one. This is a little redo big if true he got random category, actually, the person he went up against when three. No, it's non big four sports. I mean true, we'll get all three of these. I never get them. This was who what bowler said this quote? And it was who do you think you are? I am that viral clip. I like the only bowler. I know. But I can't think of his name right now, Pete Weber. Yes, I wouldn't have been able to get that. 'cause I couldn't think of his name. But when you say his name, I'm like, that's the only older name. Yeah. Internalized I said Woody Harrelson from. Ever had the bowling on TV that had minor minor popularity surgeon than up buried so ice tweeted that clip once a bowling fan tweet backs that clip back that quote killed bowling bullying twenty years. Jesus Chris every the next one was what NASCAR driver is known by nicknames Rainbow Warrior in wonderboy. Jeff, Gordon, see that's the only one I shouldn't. And I had half. I was halfway there. I saved you from thing. I didn't know what the us name was. And then the last one was what of the four majors. Phil Mickelson not one. British Open the US, but can't gesture up in all time line. He said masters too. I've never watched the goal. Never watched the golfing event mind tire life and one you should've worn just for that. She just wreck directly giving you the win. Otherwise, you've crushed CBS shows today. It was a just went one for three bad. Yeah. All right. Well, let's get into it. Big new Spiderman trailer finding finally released it's been delayed since December lot of controversy. Which is I put con controversy in air quotes and comic book Twitter because people don't believe it was pushed back, but the trailer had like the marvel ten logo. So I guess it was pushed back still not push back far enough because it did come out before the vendors trailer. If you think this is a prequel to avengers game, you're wrong. Kevin Feige stated this marvelous stated this Sony leak this before Infinity work him out this takes place after endgame. It. Just does if you're duped by the fact that Peter Parker's alive. I mean, you're an idiot. I'm sorry. Like, just your if you didn't think he was coming back. You're a moron just plain and simple. Right. Like, I mean, we'll get into we had we had a little Twitter Spar. I did as well as the Elsie b account. Which also be but he replied to both of them. So I had to reply we'll get into that. In a sec. Spiderman trailer comes out they don't reference endgame at all. And you could I could see people could think if they're not connected to movies think it's a prequel which is totally fair. Jake Joan holes in is mysterious same with molten man hydra man in San man. Which I think two of three or elementaries, and yeah, it's a Nick fury in it. It a little Koby smoulders on the face though. What do we think what the Spiderman trailer Spiderman far from home? It was okay. Okay. Tim swinging around Europe hysteria apart mistero per was cool that side shot of him being all mysterious and shit. And then he had that Peter season one. Tyrian Lancaster haircut going like which worked for his character. Someone said something funny in are ready to forget exactly what the quote was. But they said like if I wanted to see someone running around shooting ropes across Europe. I'd watch raucous, Freddie..
"harrelson" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Yes. I think I think that's we got a lot of news as we'll get. By the way on big if true, especially you me and Tyler or crushing at this week except for PF t getting massacred. Yeah. Have been be at this week. Yeah. We're we've been been excellent. Maybe you should. I would like you to challenge me too fast food. I think you're very few could beat me challenge me to random as well. Can't you random category that he was very not happy with other than that? He's been crushing that category this week. Oh, man or one the twenty twelve avian for do actually I would crush that category. Let's see let's see troch can get this one. This is a little redo big if true he got random category, actually, the person he went up against when three. No, it's non big four sports. I mean, sure we'll get all three of these. I never get them. This was who what bowler said this quote? And it was who do you think you are? I am that viral clip. Oh. I like the only bowler. I know. But I can't think of his name right now, Pete Weber. Yes, I wouldn't have been able to get that. 'cause I couldn't think of his name. But when you say his name, I'm like, that's the only older name. Yeah. Internalized I said Woody Harrelson from. Ever had the bowling on TV that had minor minor popularity surgeon than up buried so ice tweeted that clip once a bowling fan tweet backs that clip back that quote killed bowling bullying twenty years. Jesus Chris every the next one was what NASCAR driver is known by nicknames Rainbow Warrior in wonderboy. Jeff, Gordon, see that's the only one I shouldn't. And I had half. I was halfway there. I saved you from thing. I didn't know what the us name was. And then the last one was what of the four majors. Phil Mickelson not one. British Open the US, but can gesture up in all time line. He said masters too. I've never watched the goal. Never watched the golfing event mind tire life and one you should've worn just for that. She just wreck directly giving you the win. Otherwise, you've crushed CBS shows today. It was just went one for three bad. Yeah. All right. Well, let's get into it. Big new Spiderman trailer finding finally released it's been delayed since December lot of controversy. Which is I put con controversy in air quotes and comic book Twitter because people don't believe it was pushed back, but the trailer had like the marvel ten logo. So I guess it was pushed back still not push back far enough because it did come out before the vendors trailer. If you think this is a prequel to avengers game, you're wrong. Kevin Feige stated this marvelous stated this Sony leak this before Infinity working out this takes place after endgame. It. Just does if you're duped by the fact that Peter Parker's alive. I mean, you're an idiot. I'm sorry. Like, just your if you didn't think he was coming back, your moron, just plain and simple. Right. Like, I mean, we'll get into we had we had a little Twitter Spar. I did as well as the Elsie b account. Which also be but he replied to both of them. So I had to reply we'll get into that. In a sec. Spiderman trailer comes out they don't reference endgame at all. And you could I could see people could think if they're not connected to movies think it's a prequel which is totally fair. Jake Joan holes in as mysterious same with molten man hydra man in San man. Which I think two of three our elementaries. And yeah, it's a Nick fury in it. It a little Koby smoulders easier face though. What do we think what the Spiderman trailer Spiderman far from home?.
"harrelson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Really handy during the quake a lot of people. That's how they were communicating out to tell family and loved ones they were. Okay. Because all the phone lines were down. Katie you don't need. You. Don't need a phone line offering. Now. Great. I love that. What is this at the internet? Anyway. I love that. It's so great impure. So Pierre, I know. True detective on HBO with Matthew mcconaughey and Woody Harrelson season. One was fantastic. Such a good show. So so good, right lack Sosa s loved it loved it. One of them back. But oh, no. Different story different. Detectives and it was horrible season. Two of true detective look season, two's or hard. We've talked about that eighty seven times on the show. It's difficult sophomore curse. Yep. So I walked into season three with some trepidation. Now, I was I was comforted. By the fact that the cast is led by marshal Ali and also comforted by a lot of pre- premier good buzz which season to to not. I will tell you. I got on. It was bailable for watching at eight PM our time yesterday, and obviously I was not alone. 'cause I went onto Twitter. I tried to log onto HBO go. Yeah. Shut down. Ooh. Shutdown. The the HBO go because when I tried going on it. It was like blue blue thinking thinking check it out. And then when I jumped on the internet, Katie, what is the internet? When I when I jumped on the internet. Twitter was exploding with HBO goes broken true detective broke HBO go. Why finally got on it? I finally got on it. And at six fifty one on this Monday, January fourteenth, just like revenge. True detective is back..
"harrelson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Family. There's no will there's no trust named executor. The sun owns the Harrelson. He dies. Sell the house. Ooh. That's a check made out to. The sign owns the house and he dies. There's no will the couple and the sun is the only owner of the house and the couples living there, right? And the side is no other relatives except for the parents. Right. So what you have to do is you have to open up in a state you have to probate the house, right? Then through that probate process. The house goes to the mom and dad and the mom and dad convinced sell the house, and the check goes to the mom and dad. All right. Second question. I'm by myself. I have no heirs. I have a few assets over a million dollars worth. And. I want to sell. Well, you know, how storage storage wars that that show where you you can without seeing the content. I know the show, you know, rap. Yeah. I want to sell raffle tickets. In order to be named mysolar. Guy. Yeah. Go ahead. And. It was cold. Do there. Couldn't sell the tickets for a fixed amount. And it would be difficult for me to cancel the raffle. If I didn't take it enough money. My idea is don't touch my principal. Try to get myself. Excellent of dollars in raffle tickets. If I have. Published the winter, I take the money or the happy retirement. That raffle water owns everything that I got. I wouldn't I wouldn't know where to begin with the analysis of that at this point, John. I think there are some real problems with that. Because these are one thing to do a straight out raffle. If you wanted to raffle off your assets at this point in time while you're still alive. And then those assets would go to the person who wins the raffle now, right? But what you're basically doing is saying that they're going to become the beneficiaries of your state when you die. That's a whole nother can of worms. So you you're dealing with a lot of different laws here, you're dealing with the raffle laws, and you're doing dealing with the estate and on and deceit laws. So I don't feel comfortable answering your question online without doing on the air without doing some research on that at this point in time. I think it's really tricky somehow it doesn't sit right with me. As far as the law is concerned. I think there may be some major problems, otherwise there'd be a lot of people doing this kind of thing. And I think you're right. I think it would be the you'd have some risk to it. Because I think it would be very difficult if not impossible to cancel the raffle. If you don't get enough money. Any? And then you're you may not care because you don't have any other errors anyway. And you're just getting the money now. And again, if the person has to pay the money now for a future benefit to your estate. There's also the issue of there's a law called restraint and alienate, which means that there are some limitations on what you can do how you how you can limit your ability now to give away your money at your death later, and that would be an issue here perhaps because that's what you're doing doing the auction. You're you're you're limiting your ability to change your mind later on. So I see a lot of problems with this. And, you know, without getting a written legal opinion. Sharing the details of it all I would be very reluctant to do something like that John. That can relate to me getting money. Now do enjoy my retirement. We're going to raffle route. Well, I mean, there are I don't know what your assets are in right, for example. But if it's in real estate, you can do a mortgage against the real estate you can sell some of your assets. What kind of assets do you have? Without involving any of my assets, still keeping where. There is a named air all my assets. How can I? Reenter situation where I get paid. Individual or a group or a. Yeah. I think you're running into some problems there because of the restraint in alienate laws that that. And I think that's a very difficult answer for me to give you on the air. John, john. Thanks for calling the show. Appreciate your eight four four to two zero zero nine six five is the number to call and get those last minute questions. And and as always if you have any additional questions for Sherry after the show ends one eight hundred DeWitt law, get all your legal questions answered there. You're listening to what law review here on news ninety six point five WDBO, I'm Kevin refuse going to take a quick break. We're back in a couple of minutes..
"harrelson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To college Hanover college college? Mike Pence was a student at Hanover college. While you were there. Yes. Title him. I know we're both very religious in college at time. And I was there on a Presbyterian scholarship involved with the, you know. Church activities when you say you were there on a Presbyterian scholarship, you you were so good at being Presbyterian. They. Drafted you. And gave you a call a scholarship. Action considering being a minister, and then I just kind of went a different way. You did. I remember I actually quite like to. Study was a pretty good guy. He's very very religious very committed saying how I'm not quite in that ballpark. Now. I don't know how to get along. That's Woody Harrelson on with Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Kimmel wanted. Woody Harrelson to say awful things about Mike Pence. Nice guy. No. We can't be peace disagrees. With me. He's going to be in the evil person with bed motives, what are you? Send an interesting, dude. Yes, he is treasurer. Woody harrelson. I just forget about it. I think about his philosophy a lot, and I apply it whenever I can with lots of different things. I just forget about it. It works. It really. Does. It really does work on a lot of things. Don't sweat the small stuff or even some of the big stuff. If there's nothing if you can if there's nothing you can do about it, right? Forget about it. Acceptance. So yeah, naked museum going, and then we got home. It's the latest trend. Everybody's doing it. If you know going to an art museum is to impressive enough. You have to be part of an edgy new movement of art, museums the headline in the New York Times, I went to I went naked to a museum, and it was revealing was it. The Pele Ditto KOA contemporary art museum in Paris. Was the site of the trip from the Alsace region in eastern France, etcetera etcetera. The. Pele Tokyo's visit naturist first of its kind in France has garnered remark remarkable amount of public interests since it was announced over thirty thousand people indicated on Facebook that they were interested in touring the art museum naked because because that exposes you to the hurt I guess in some do the elements or. Or something. I cannot imagine when you superficial you can really absorb the message in the metaphors, and what the artist is trying to communicate. Because Jack, the things you own end up owning you if you bear yourself, you make yourself more open to receiving the art or some bull crap of that sort. And although I did enjoy the lead paragraph of the article in which the guy who showed his Wang to the art says. Come on his way to the art, which is what you're doing Rembrandt. Can you see my privates? Can you can you know, we are showing each ourselves to each other? It is a two way street with these shut up. The most uncomfortable thing about being naked in a museum. It turns out is the temperature into the first nudist tour of the Palais did Tokyo I had gotten used to the feeling of exposure. But I hadn't acclimated to the cold air circulating through the cavernous galleries standing in the politically themed exhibit exhibition by the French Algerian artist Neil Bluefield. I began shaking my arms for warmth. They shrink. What trinket? In drawing this visit cetera et cetera. Other members of the group jiggled around to heat up. Maybe we should just walk around the corner. So we can stand in the sun for awhile tour guide, maybe she wear clothes like enormous person. Maybe you should Don some garments. God dang it. Have some freaking children. That's what so many people need to do have some damn children and some ending responsibilities. And you won't have one seconds time to think I wonder what it'd be like to go to the museum naked you won't have time to go to the museum. You won't have time to eat. You won't have time to do a lot of freaking things. Now, if captain shallow is through with this little screed, I'd like to quote, the tour guide, I am hoping the experience of leaving their clothes at the door will help them leave some part of their identity with it and experience it with more openness, and whatever. Cutting the the people in that world have no time for my world. And I have no time for their world. Jack. A tad more fuel to the fire keep in mind. Now, this is modern art. Which is a ruse. Would you like to? The one thing you have in common with Hitler. We both hate modern or.
San Diego Padres halt beach hat giveaway because of beetles
"Hear about. Giveaways ballparks, all the time yes and, there Ballpark distribution of. A giveaway, yesterday and the San Diego Padres they're giving away? A. Beach cats Well. It, was discovered that some of the packaging contained what independent experts believed to be. Grain Beatles oh my so they stopped distribution and switch to rain checks for all their fans they, say in a statement that they've been advised. That, the grain beetle poses no health risks humans but decided act. Out. Of abundance, of caution yeah who doesn't wanna put a hat on, that's? Loaded with insects yeah, I mean that's that's half the fun of. Going to, the ballpark right come for the swag stay for the
'Zombieland 2' a go with Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin
"This news back in january a listener was at a thing with woody harrelson woody harrelson say this was happening so just letting you know there's no exclusive we have this news awhile ago it's coming back zombie land to everyone's returning emma stone woody harrelson jesse eisenberg abbott abigail breslin a lot of oscars in that category oscar nomination i think all four of them have oscar nominations does what do you have an oscar nam i think he for people for people versus larry flint i think i was three billboards yeah yelling for three billboards to and abigail breslin has one as well but she was much younger jesse eisenberg has social network emma stone one and oscar so ethically never thought about that it's a starstudded cast their zombie lend to and this comes on the heels of we talked to rawson thurber talked about not forcing sequels like telling the whole story like he told his much about dodge balls he possibly could i think this doesn't fall on that i think zombie land there were so many more samis at the end of the movie so i think there's potential for you know to expand their story but you know it's a matter of how good the script is in its witty like the other one i mean zombie was such surprise when it came out it was so enjoyable the visuals were like when they put the rules up on the screen it was a fun movie so i just as fun because again cast is great this is probably the only zambia related content this and the last of us too even though they're not technically these that i'm looking forward to because i feel like the zone be trend is at its dime breasts slowly being carried out by what's tv show the walking dead that people somehow still watch yet hate it the biggest fans hate the walking dead i feel like i it seems like every cyclical every couple years you have a monster that's very popular two thousand eight vampires came onto the scene with twilight vampires suck parody movie all these other vampire related properties go back to nineteen ninetytwo yet interview at the vampire null those anne rice novels around round vampires see had vampires are hot for few years and then it shifted into zombies so the question is wins wins frankenstein's monster get his moment he did not like these he got the aaron eckert one which is i frankenstein hey maybe the dark universe comes back maybe he does get his moment yeah yeah that's a little bit different than general types like vampires zombies vampires you can't have one frankenstein he's like a patchwork monster fracas actually is technically zombie so i just kind of do mean flurry consigns monster frankenstein's monster so i think i just kind of owned myself there that's a that's a cellphone rule if if a conversation involving frankenstein the name bring sign takes place in nobody corrects the person his frankenstein's monster the conversation is invalid shitty person correct the other person yeah i took on that role but yes we're definitely happy about zombie zombie to right so that makes me let the last samba land zombie land one and folks they're making a zombie land origin story starring billy dee williams you wanna know what it's called what zombie landau.
Houston police chief says he's 'hit rock bottom' after Santa Fe school
"Ktar news time eleven thirty i'm mark harrelson even as people on the texas coast or coming to grips with the school shooting and santa fe another disaster has struck a plant explosion and fire has injured twenty two people in pasadena texas the karori vow plant in pasadena southeast of houston produces plastics used to make food packaging and other products the company says there was an explosion at the facility late this morning the pasadena fire marshal describes it as a flash fire with no active flames now abc's jim ryan in texas city new activity at hawaii's kill away up volcanoes river of lava is flowing from it very quickly the same thing from some of the other it's actually closed off a roadway and blocked off access to where about forty homes are because of that several people had to be evacuated overnight by air in the national guard is warning even more evacuations could be ordered because the concern isn't just with new fissures opening it some of the older ones that had stopped flowing they've now opened up again and that's posing a threat abc's marci gonzales traffic and weather now here's mike daniels in the valley chevy.
Facing heavy pressure, EPA's Scott Pruitt has uncertain future
"Driver had no terrorists mode live he had a history of psychological issues while there are reports that epa administrator scott pruitt had to make the case to keep his job during a white house meeting with president trump friday officially the president is showing his support for pruitt despite questions about high travel expenses renting a room from the wife of washington lobbyists and giving employees raises without the white house's knowing abc news chief political analyst matthew dowd says pruitt may have brought this on himself he's actually started the political fire himself he's got a problem on whether or not this room was rented at any sort of market rate that was in justified to who actually gave his staff the salary increases and three all of this stuff related to expensive travel and everything surrounding it so if this is a smear it was actually started by the epa administrator himself but the administration is saying that the allegations are efforts to smear him you're listening to abc news arizona's news station news station ktar on air ninety two three fm online at ktar dot com and streaming live on the ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now a our news time twelve oh two good afternoon i'm mark harrelson arizona and texas are sending four hundred national guard members to the us mexico border by next week in response to president donald trump's call for troops governor ducey says about one hundred fifty guard members would deploy next week and the texas national guard says it will have two hundred fifty personnel there within seventy two hours defense secretary jim mattis has approved using defense department money to pay for as many as four thousand national guard personnel to perform border guard security missions attorney general jeff sessions is ordering a zero tolerance policy aimed at people entering the united states illegally for the first time on the mexican border his directive tells federal prosecutors and border states to put more emphasis on charging people with illegal entry in the past it's been treated as a misdemeanor offense for those with few or no previous encounters with border thorndike's are utah mother has her hands full with five tiny but mighty babies born right here in phoenix jamie scott says lily violet daisy logan and lincoln are healthy weighing in at about two pounds i feel so blessed when i look at each of.