17 Burst results for "Harry Callahan"

"harry callahan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 1 d ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I am thinking about the attacks on Kamala Harris. Over the past 30 hours, they have been on relenting. Kamala Harris is a very controversial figure outside of the Democratic Party inside the people like her, which is why she was selected. I don't see the senator as a phony. She's fairly direct and her presentation She would like very much to impose San Francisco values on the entire country. So what's that San Francisco values? Well, they are the exact opposite of traditional values. Avoidance of religion. Embracing secularism lacks border enforcement. Free citizenship for the undocumented entitlements for everyone. No due process. Cancel culture. Political correctness rules. Me too. Green. No deal. High taxes, low crime enforcement. Black lives matter. Incarceration not so much. There's nothing furtive about Senator Harris. She's not a socialist, but she feels very comfortable in the far left precincts. If you are still confused about her, let me bring in another San Francisco icon. Detective Dirty Harry Callahan. Pamela wouldn't like him. At all. Now this Turn your house into the steakhouse with world famous.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:35 min | 1 d ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I am thinking about the attacks on Camilla Harris over the past 30 hours they have been on relented. Kamala Harris is a very controversial figure outside of the Democratic Party inside. The people like her, which is why she was selected. I don't see the senator as a phony. She's fairly direct and her presentation. She would like very much to impose San Francisco values on the entire country. So what's that San Francisco values? Well, they are the exact opposite of traditional values, avoidance of religion, embracing secularism. Lax border enforcement free citizenship for the undocumented entitlements for everyone, No due process, Cancel culture. Political correctness rules. Me too green. No deal. High taxes, low crime enforcement. Black lives matter. Incarceration not so much. There's nothing furtive about Senator Harris. She's not a socialist, but she feels very comfortable in the far left precincts. If you are still confused about her, let me bring in another San Francisco icon. Detective Dirty Harry Callahan. Pamela wouldn't like him. At all. Now this Turn your house into the steakhouse with world famous Kansas City steaks.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"You said the answer is getting a up and go frac just pull up stakes. That's the good American. We go east or go, south young, man. I understand the logic behind it. But it didn't have to it didn't have to come off that way. And they didn't they didn't get it. They thought themselves Trump is so craftsy. So crude is still in coup. There's no way in the world that he will feel to these in a way that that's John Casey voters that's got walkers Vollers, and I I wouldn't call him. I said this is Roenick. He's going out pop be out populist. Those two guys who are really populous who came from the middle classes, and he did because they were not voicing. Somehow. Trump's message is in some way, it's the same message. As Ronald Reagan from me, I'm one of you. I think it is. And I think that's what I wrote the book to do two things tell the deplorables irredeemable 's that there was a logical case historically analytically for their vote and to to tell people on the left and right just put away your prejudices and your stereotypes and ask yourself how a person for the first time in American history without political or military experience. One without calling the council in foreign relations without consulting the Hoover Institution of the broke. And what does that say about persons, empathy and credentials? It says a lot. It's means that people that were coming out of Yale Law School or Harvard Business School or Harvard Law School and were praised for their dishes this and their dight speech, and they're sober judicious comportment and their resumes. They couldn't get three percent GDP couldn't win and Afghantistan. They just couldn't we store them. I'm not saying Trump will do all that. But that was what the message that. I was trying to get out. It's a paradox on irony. I still don't have the answers completely after writing the book last question. Victor Trump is tragic hero. Yeah. Well. Well. Been Clint Eastwood's inspector dirty. Harry dirty Harry Callahan cannot serve as the official face of the San Francisco police department, you're talking about the movie here anymore than Donald Trump could appear presidential in the fashion of Barack Obama. But Harry has the skills and ruthlessness to ensure that the mass murderer Scorpio will never harm the innocent..

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"harry callahan" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Maybe like, please go and see the piano teacher. Please watch it. Oh, yeah. Good noise to end, don't so. One's a little bit harsh. But if you go with low expectations, and you just there for the silliness at the end, sorry, maybe. Maybe. Would say three front pation public to for enjoyment and two in retrospect, I think no Jordan's prove he's no Bryant palm with this one is. Who she gives something I think and Chloe grace Meraz off the back of I think probably her best performance last year's miseducation of Cameron post. We'd love to see her working with more interesting directors actually wanna write roles for. Well, that's a shame. But Greta and dragged cost concretes are in cinemas this weekend of next. We have film club thing. Back to the nineteen seventies. The dirty Harry. Now, don't see goals. Classic realty. Harry. Clint Eastwood is Harry Callahan. A no-nonsense renegade on the trail of a killer. Who goes by the name Scorpio Scorpio's campaign. It's Harris sweeps through San Francisco how violent methods conflicts with liberal politics C periods. The mayor and the district attorney a huge hits at the time. Does he respond a five film franchise continues to inspire many urban crime thrillers? Today's including drought cost concrete's. But it's blunt political themes continues coast debates. What you're thinking? You're thinking fire. Six shots only five. Now tell you the truth every myself and all this excitement. But being the forty four bagging.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Different metro card transactions. So limousines, you call Uber. Uber black. He got Uber. Not black. You got you got drivers yet cars, you got combustion engines, you get you in the back, and nobody else he got the driver. And that's fine. Just don't preach me. You sanctimonious little beep when it comes to how you're saving the planet. Nobody else says, and he got Sheryl Crowe and the one sheet of toilet paper thing all over again. Then she takes a motorcade of limos back to the private apron at the airport and gets on a private jet to fly back to a mention with thirty five thousand light bulbs. You know, the usual stuff from these people. Why why why? Newsweek magazine with the headline Alexandria Calcio Cortez reacts to conservative criticism quote. I'm as powerful as a man, and it drives them crazy. You're mentally impaired. I don't even want to just said, but this is what Newsweek publishes at passes for journalism. I I guess that's what their thing is here. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez rest. She's yet. And that's what drives them, you know, just sit down and shut up. Try to learn something before you start speaking again, honestly share I got Sheryl crow's toilet paper story right here there. It is right there. Show. Crow says one sheet of toilet paper for everybody not for her. But for everybody else. President Trump's job approval rating up three points since January that means during the course of February it went up three points. And this is the NBC news Wall Street Journal poll published yesterday Sunday shows Trump approval rating at forty six percent that's up from forty three percent in January. They say they want to be quick to point out the differences still within the margin of error. So don't believe your polls is that what you're saying. We shouldn't believe your polls. Because when it's up three points that really doesn't mean anything does that mean that when it's down three points that really doesn't mean anything either. Is that what it means? Because NBC news today. I saw morning joke. The loss Gabor sister with us, bleached blond hair today. He was wearing a one piece. It was. With his wife, and they everything they do is ally the backdrop behind them as ally the backdrop behind them has the capitol dome behind mo- Yarbrough, and then the other pigeon sister has the White House behind her and they're in Florida in their home in Florida. And they lost everything when they sit there. I've been saying this for years, and they just keep proving it to me over and over again, they sit there in silence and they're line. But Joe Scarborough said this morning that President Trump has had his worst month ever in a month. I think is what he's stumbled thirty nine hundred talk very well. And as silly flotation device of a paramour was sitting there looking all she's like pouty phase. She's she's smart enough to her. I think they've put emojis up in the teleprompter to show. What face she should be making? Given the subject matter. Oe frowny face, right? A frowny face put it in the teleprompter. So she knows how to respond. Oh, yeah. Trump's had the worst week ever. Not hold North Korea talk collapsed in Hanoi. All those terrible. They think it's great that nuclear talks didn't go as well as talks are still ongoing process. It's not over there. Still not launching missiles like they were with when Barack Obama was president testing nuclear weapons like there were when Barack Obama was president and computer simulations and things like that. When they were when Barack Obama was president. And things are better because of Trump on the Korean peninsula and in Asia. But the the Democrats while you know, how they're. You know, how there and I do I still love this headline Bernie Sanders. You cannot go too far when it comes to climate change. I think in in in the history, of course of my lifetime. My parents live time, I think the socialists have demonstrated they can go too far doing anything. This is the green new deal. Go too far, you cannot go too far on the issue of climate change. You of the planet is at stake, the planet steak, and we're twelve years and now we're going to die because the food stuck between. My days is going to infect the whole country in the world. I'm doing Jackie Mason. I think slipping into Jackie Mason over. Possible defense strategy emerges as jussie smollet saga continues to unfold there's more evidence in the case that hasn't been revealed police say that jussie small let he says have you seen this thing? Now his fallback defense. Is that he has a drug problem that had come as quite a shock. I thanked everyone that is that he has a drug problem, and he is accusing one of his buddies that he paid three thousand five hundred dollars to beat them up or not beat them up or whatever it is. And put the clothesline around his neck and all this stuff. He now says that he has a drug problem. And as drug dealer is one of the brothers that he paid to beat him up. It's like dirty Harry. You know, the creepy guy in dirty Harry pay somebody to beat him up. So he can blame Harry Callahan, and that happened in the movie it's only movie, though, just like jussie smollet thinking so Jesse smollet. Now says that one of the keep calling him Afrin brothers. I think they're born and raised in the United States. One of the brothers is as drug dealer and also he pays them to beat him up guys a full-service drug dealer. He does most everything. And I'm looking at this, and I'm thinking about now, you're betraying your brothers. These guys that you hired your buddies these guy, and I guess the news is on the other neck now, this is what it looks like when the new goes to the other neck. Senator rand Paul. And this is not good. I don't like this. This is bad. But it's Washington. It's very silly place. Rand Paul will vote against President Trump's national emergency declaration, the daily caller reports. Kentucky Republican Senator rand Paul said he will vote against a resolution in an attempt to terminate president Donald Trump's national emergency for border wall funding. Rand Paul will join a group of three other Republicans who have expressed their concerns with Trump's declaration for national emergency saying they do not believe the president should be allowed to override congress to such a degree. So rand Paul is going with that. We also have Susan Collins out of Maine, the wishy washy sometimes Republican Lisa Murkowski out of Alaska, the sometimes wishy washy Republican, and then we have this guy. Thom Tillis, a just an anti Trump Republican who is angry with with Trump, and he's gonna vote against now. I could see doing it as a matter of principle. But I don't honestly think that these people are doing it as a matter of principle. The president. If if these four Democrats vote with the all the Democrats are voting against it not on principle. They never vote on principle. Democrat hasn't voted on principle in decades. I can't remember the last time there was a democrat vote cast on a matter of principle that was actually principled. But. Every democrat is going to vote against the president because they goosestep in lockstep against their political enemies who they despise so much. You know, who they are? It's america. That's who it is Americans. Oh, and by the way, this is a great story. I've talked about this last week. The first lady of Virginia whose husband is the guy in the Klan outfit in the picture. Everybody keeps saying black face. He's not the one of the black face. He's the one in the K K K outfit with the pointed white hood, that's the democrat in the democrat uniform come on and the other day, the Washington Post Friday was at Friday, we talked about it Thursday, the Washington Post and many others published a piece based on the complaint of a schoolgirl who was an intern at the state house in Richmond Virginia invited to the governor's mansion for a tour of the governor's mansion. And they said that the Klansman's wife, I'll call her missus Guber Northam, MRs clan. Handed out. Cotton raw cotton on the stick from the field to black kids that were part of the group had only black kids that were part of the group. Well, and I read the story from the Washington Post. Now turns out the whole story was ally. The Washington Post was just smearing the poor woman is a racist for doing racist things when she didn't do anything of the kind and I- unlike the Washington Post with the Covington Catholic kids, I'm not gonna put out a couple of sentences on Friday after close of business on the internet that no one will look at. They got back to Virginia. First lady hands out cotton to black students on mansion tour, and then they come up with Virginia's cotton situation. They put that in quotes is a matter of dispute, and the typist who typed up the first slanderous piece about the first lady who's married to the clansman who can do a moonwalk, Laura vaseline nicer talion, named terrible typist for the democrat party Virginia's first lady Pam, north did not focus on black students says she handed out raw cotton during several back toback presentations on slavery at the executive mansion, they weren't presentations on slavery. There were walking the kids through because they had been interns. And then that part of the thing they talked about this and that, but even in the first sentence, she continues misrepresent what it was several participants. And their parents said in interviews Friday, nobody was singled out said Senator chap Petersen of. Fairfax city whose teenage son took a tour of the mansion with others serving as pages and the Virginia general assembly just goes on and on and every other kid now, the Washington Post published this slanderous mean article that she's a terrible racist who singled out black kids turns out. It's one kid who was raised by a lefty who was part of a group of five kids three of them were black of the five. And when they came into the kitchen where MRs Northam was they were the closest to the to the woman and associate engage them in conversation. One child went home complained to her mother that this was all racist and the Washington Post and the news media went off to the races with the racers little double. And they went off to the races with the story based on the testimony. If you can call it that the claim of one kid who went home and told one parent and the Washington Post was often, and then every other news organization, followed and they learn nothing. Covington Catholic school thing. They've learned nothing. They continue to smear and slander and slime based on scant if any evidence,.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To remove all the paranormal and supernatural aspects of all of this ground zero with CLYDE Lewis, and we can surmise packets of quantum data are around us all the time ground zero weeknights on NewsRadio KLBJ. Two eight three six zero five ninety that's eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine zero KLBJ. It's it's not as outrageous as the cop going to quote, the wrong apartment door and blasting a guy while he's watching football, which is what happened in Dallas and that cops charged with murder, but and the scale a scale of idiotic things to do and somebody sadly dies. This was kind of on that scale scale of who do you believe you believe? Yeah. Leave this woman where in Austin who who was getting your picture taken by her boyfriend slash lovers slash bother with his phone. He was taking a picture of her and she got a gun out. And I'm not sure if he'll and around he thought she thought I'm gonna play like, I'm Bonnie, Parker, Bonnie and CLYDE, right, right? And she says she lightly touched the trigger and Kabul hit him in the face. Dead dead. She's been charged with manslaughter. Yeah. Right here right here in Austin. The woman in Dallas was charged charged with murder. It started a manslaughter. You said did. Okay. Here's where I think you really did a nice job at defending her. Well, I think coughing Dallas that sort of checks that incompetence the fence at the door because you're train. This woman is probably already started to paint the picture that the dude leaves guns lying around on the dude my boyfriend right there. I didn't know they're loaded. I don't know how to handle a gun. I just thought it'd be kind of a cute picture. I've just pointed at him, and I didn't know this thing would go off in and it was loaded. Let me go. She didn't know that sorta fence. Yeah. How would I how? Well, I'm gonna tell you something strange. Okay. I'm more likely to believe her than I am that cop in Dallas. I'm to saying that they didn't both in badly in. It's really really idiotic. I'm just saying that in terms of I had no clue I'm more likely to believe this lady had no clue that I'm believing a cop was that clueless. This. This woman was irresponsible by pointing a gun at a person. Loader unloaded bright. She was ten times more spots. That said it starting in a manslaughter charge. Which is we've learned now after the story in Dallas that could be anywhere from two to twenty or something. Right. Is that right? That's it manslaughter. Okay. Now. Early in the game here, it could be we find out some evidence that maybe they didn't get along. They're fighting whatever. Then all of a sudden, you're starting to wonder come on. Did you do it on purpose? If you did it on purpose. If you didn't know you got to prove though, you've got a lot to prove that she did it on purpose. You'd have to go improve all the no with a loaded gun. I don't know how you approve that. She did it on purpose. I don't know how you do that either. Well, the one thing they had information that fight earlier in the day that could be. That's gonna be used against her. Prosecutors are exactly. Boy. Mess. Oh, yeah. What a mess here through the victims. Kids have no daddy. How maybe going? But take pictures with guns, even again loaded. Unloaded that will be your Fitch. Your honor members of the jury who would leave a loaded gun who would leave a loaded doubt know, my my clients. Boyfriend was air responsibly had guns laying around she had. No, she's not a gun person. She had no idea what gun was loaded. Unloaded. And when she grabbed the gun and was taking photographs common sense would tell you that my clients boyfriend would say, hey, guys loaded. Don't put it put don't put it toward me. But instead, she lightly touched the trigger and unbeknownst to her here came a hot piece of lead between his eyes chess technically, but okay. A hot piece of lead went through his chest and her life was changed forever. Now. Now good people of the you're you want to strip her away from the two children that she loves all because this irresponsible man would leave a loaded gun have her put it in her hands and not tell her it's loaded. I'm sitting on the jury just today. This is all we know today. Don't start this up. Well, we don't know everything you're right. We all we know is what's reported. But as of today. I'm more sympathetic of her. Then that crazy cop in Dallas undoubtedly I'm willing to as of today, I'm buying. I was just a nut. Go ahead. An ended badly. But man, I never thought he would load the guns. I buy that today a little bit. I don't know what that means in terms of punishment, ultimately. But. You laid that out pretty well. Thank you gotta buy it. Then again tomorrow, we're going to hear about some vicious fighting. We're going to see the part that I'm little thrown off on is that she thought he was playing again. I know you think you're dirty, Harry and stuff. Even I know that blasts somebody at point blank range. I'm pretty certain I could tell I don't think you would think someone's playing it gets shot him in the chest from a few feet with an assault rifle. Yeah. You think he's playing? I think. Again. No he died. There's no put a band-aid on it. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I'm saying is come on. Yeah. I think anybody could recognize that's not Joan. All right. It is Sam you're on KLBJ. Yeah. Baen sued. They how I believe it is. Me being a gun owner. It is a gun owner responsibility to wherever you handle weapon to die. They know what they're doing or make sure that weapons and loaded. Animal golden rule. You never give anybody a loaded weapon. Fire and nobody nobody in points a gun at each other. You know that Sam and the biggest role of all you always treat every firearm loaded. It gets loaded. So all I think she's innocent. I still think she should be made an example out of because she made it really simply. And that is what do you expect? We will trigger competitive finish it out. As a twenty year old and a day and age, you should know what happened way trigger expect the worst case scenario at all times him. Me too. And I've got admit this. I've had experience with that same thing when I was sixteen years old. I was with a friend know, it was loaded knows loaded on almost blew a friend of mine said off their nose lower out over out, devastating right handed me this gun or tench. I'll never forget it. And if I'm found. I bet I bet if defending her I could find a lot of people with the story of how my gosh, I had no idea she was laying around the house her assumption. I tender and saying, yeah. No one would leave. I mean, just taking a picture. No, no motor Hanyu while she picked it up down. Didn't she she picked it up because she had her choice apparently of the variety of nobody would have again, if you're an adult and you live in a home with two adults or three adults whatever I can see you have a loaded gun not in plain sight for protection at under under the under the bed in the summer someplace hair, her choice of different colors boy of assault rifles. I'll take the red one. Yeah. Now, if they date she doesn't know, well, they would see what's another the kiss. Okay. Hey, we're dating now. Children. What I'm saying? Is if I'm the prosecutor, not come back and say, I'm sorry, everybody your to believe that. She's that clueless. She's in that house and that bad all the time. But she knows had you picked up a gun before. Now. Whatever if you know, they were loaded. No, I really didn't. They lot of guns. Right. But I think the prosecutor now has to I mean, I don't know what they want to go after I mean, I don't know what the right answer here is. So messed up. The prosecutors come back. I think is. She may be a little clueless. But to say that you have no idea about all these guns in the house. It's hard to believe because you are in the house you wake up this time. You know, the guns are there. But you would think common sense is they know what kind of mom, are you? Well, I know, but what kind of seriously? I mean, let your kids go. No. I know I mean. You know, you turn to your fiance. Boyfriend husband, whatever say, hey. He's over there. Watching SpongeBob by a rifle you fool. What do you do? I mean, but she met what if she assumed they're unloaded. As common sense will tell you don't have loaded guns around little kids. I assume they're unloaded. What dodo would have a loaded gun when my when our children were climbing around him. Maybe she knew maybe she knew. This was the chance maybe MAC, you're on Kilby. Jay. Responsible firearms enthusiast. The one thing that you never do is hand anyone loaded gun. You check it. Unloaded. Especially an inexperienced person right on. Oh, attorney any half ass. Attorney is going to be able to pull this over that. She didn't know loaded you barely touch the trigger on a lot of weapons, and they will go off. So they have a really hard time proving that it's premeditated or that. There would be any type of mala just because they got into an argument, you know, hey, maybe just talked to the Darwin award. Somebody's trying to use social media and play around with guns. I wouldn't be surprised lady. He takes a picture of the buffalo. It gets your now, we got a Snapchat death. Social media. I know at that addiction. Get my picture with the gun. Get my picture these angry made get my picture with that bear in the background getting my picture. I'll take one more step off this beautiful landscape off this. Arable? Terrible. It is. I mean, we we can only want to Joe coming. Poor guy. Well, poor is taking pictures of his girlfriend. I mean, say poor guy you do up your odds of something terrible happening by having the loaded assault rifles laying around the house. Yeah. The noggin. Well. Christiane BJ. I'm enjoying the show so far. Great, chris. Great entertaining. You. Things like this. Why I mean? Yeah. Loaded guns around the house is incredibly responsible incredibly stupid. But what what she thinks the trigger is four. Like what at what point do you touch a trigger? And nothing happens. I guess we have safety on. But her argument that I know I know, but her argument they're just going to have to her defense has got to be. She's so clueless. Never cheat. She even said already she said, I just barely put my finger. Yeah. She was trying to look all cool for the photo. And I she's going to say I've never show. I mean, if one of our defense could be she's ever shot a gun. I don't know how realistic that is given the fact that she lives there with Harry Callahan. If he's got. Harry callahan. Yeah. It's really hard to believe somebody who was at me firearms around in your round and casually. You haven't ever came out that hey, don't put triggering the trigger guard. If you're intending on shooting somewhat. That's really hard unless you're dinner. I just. Sucks. Bad store back in thirty seconds. Here's Melinda on time. Traffic.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You shut the Packers my hand pull a gun on me. That's fast. I good story. Well, right. Whether it's up to you to break Wiggins measured wide open junior got motion picture shots of you carrying that package. And when we open it, maybe we'll find your prints on the gun all that. It isn't all of that picture either. Collier shots of you picking up a letter in the name of Harry Callahan. Taking money out of another locker. I don't know what you're talking about. You got me as carrying a concealed weapon and tell you jump me don't be coy. And that this is a federal case the state rat. If it was I wouldn't be here. Police aren't taking your color. I'm taking you on a government charge illegal sale of weapons you can't prove it. I can try. Dave put out a pickup for Marie can be. What do you want four? I wanna take you to a movie starring you. He won't tell you. Nothing. Women. Don't like prisons call. You don't like to age too quickly. We showed Marie the shots of Collier making the pickups. And she started to crack we read the law on the illegal sale of weapons law and a possible penalty just effects. It was all she needed. Never touch the gun. Through my accessory. You knew what I was buying. And you made the same kind of deal for a kid in a cell in there, gene. Shelby. Do you realize that kid might have killed somebody? It just. Yeah. People Billy Watkins until he got an Titus spot murder the owner of a liquor store. What can kids nobody got his gun for the same source through Collier Burton? I told him how to buy it. Now in Europe, sending more guns through his knee. No. May be able to make it easy on yourself. Marie. Government won't make any deals with you. But judges are inclined to look at all the evidence. Sometimes they're a little more friendly with people who tell the truth. All of it. Name address and the roundup star. Twenty men and cities men without conscience putting murder merchandise in the hands of crazy kid hits in hot rod. The guns and whiskey and marijuana made them bigger than society when we got the sellers we got the list of customer enough to make you sick enough to make the whole country. Oh, hello. Mr. Hello chief. Well, the last of the gang has been picked up in Miami. Yeah. All over the trials. Now, what about the facts burden on the military arrest in Europe? See I d boys got him. Almost seven weeks for you. You must be knocked out. I am. Understand. The Billy Watkins case went to the jury today. It didn't take long now back gets over murdering the second draw twenty to life. Eighteen year old kid. Yeah. Maybe because of this. They'll be less of them from now on..

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"harry callahan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Open junior cut motion picture shots of you carrying that. When we open it. Maybe we'll find your prints on the gun. All of that picture, either Collier picking up a letter in the name of Harry Callahan. Taking money out of another locker. I don't know what you're talking about. Are you got a concealed weapon? I didn't tell you jump me. Don't be coy. That bigger than that. This is a federal case the state rap if it was I wouldn't be here. Police aren't taking you. I'm taking you on a government charge illegal sale of weapons you can't prove it. I can try. Dave put out a pickup or Murray can be what do you want? I want take you to a movie starring you. He won't tell you nothing. I women don't like prisons. They don't like to age too quickly. We showed Morita shots of you're making the pickups. And she started to crack we rented a law on the illegal sale of weapons the law and a possible penalty. Just the facts was all she needed the gun. You're an accessory. You knew what I was buying and you made the same kind of a deal for kid in a cell in their genes. Shelby. You realize that kid might have killed somebody. People Billy Watkins until he got in a tight spot and murder the owner of a liquor store. What can kid nobody got his gun for the same source through Collier burden told him how to buy it? Now in Europe, sending more gun through his knee. No. May be able to make it easy on yourself. Marie. The government won't make any deals with you. But judges are inclined to look at all the evidence. Sometimes they're a little more friendly with people who tell the truth. All of it. Name address the roundup stock than twenty men and men without.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right. I love aliens. And I'll be honest. I forgot that. I would if I looked at that. I don't know what that is. All right. I'm going to Cesar Romero with the joker at twenty three thousand dollars. I will be shocked. If it's not the Romero's joker costume, I said one hundred fifty K. Ooh, I said the joker cost twenty eight K to the joker cost him. Indeed. But it went for seventy K. Followed by the remote pilot, computer from aliens at twenty thousand and the bomb prop from the rock win for thirteen thousand. I would have bought that turn into a lamp string from the ceiling. Every once in a while someone walks in and gets it. I would've won for that is Courtney here, by the way. Oh, yes. Okay. Put the sign up there. All right. Let's do one more who wanted I win that one. What was the what you go for also said I said the job, and I was way off as a twenty eight thousand oh, I should Twenty-three. So you close. Now that was Ryan knows off by seventy thousand dollars that was you. Okay. That'd be great. That was me. But okay, great. Max paddock doing the final price the hammer on that was what I'm sorry, which one joker seventy thousand. Yeah. That's you Antacid and. causes. All we have left as tiebreaker. Would you like them? Yeah. Wino- whoever wins between me and Brian. Okay. Tiebreaker. Three way time breaker there. No, it's just between have just between me and myself for second place. Jerry, you came not proper. It's an attack full-size Arnold Schwarzenegger ever played basketball where let me know your your team is up like fourteen points. And then the other guy goes and somebody else potato salads writing. All right last fast, win win taking the ball out that what this is. All right. Sorry. Full-size Arnold Schwarzenegger. Terminator figure from Terminator two. Or Clint Eastwood's dirty Harry Callahan's forty four magnum revolver with the case used in sudden impact, good luck. So the the thing is like a dummy used in the movie like it looks like it's dressed if address in the actual costume. That's then it becomes more competitive on the on the. Actually used in the movie on film. Right mex- PANA. We know I'm looking out. All right. Since Brian already won Gina. Go ahead and jump in here. Right to it. I'm going to Terminator. Eighty grand the Goan for seventy five K the gun for seventy two K. All right. All up in there. The gun went for seventy K. The Terminator figure for thirty seven five. Geez. It's all right. Seventy help. All that. Right. Goes vetting, south reading the next arch. That was Hollywood hand me downs. Sally quick vote around here hard-boiled egg cut up into potato salad or now. Now, I'm fine with it. There's their plate, but potato salad does not have Hart Bill. I. I didn't know prom goes with the go. I I'm with you to there's egg salad. Yeah. I think if you're gonna eat XL it enjoy the salad. Yeah. But this is a little different. This is not gonna slap at your hand. But you know, I think I'm down with the hardboiled egg and potato salad next company picnic old guy made the Meatloaf last night put the in their next time. Nice. The channel know you tell you a mic to mix in the into the chopped up hardboiled now full hardboiled ache in the middle of the Meatloaf fall, right is grandpa, lots from Hungary's to do that. So did olga's mom. Wow. You've cultures. There's nothing better looking than when you get that middle slice. And you've got that eyeball in the middle of it. How I've never heard of this Blida partial to Guli is looking at you. It's awesome. You literally hardboiled an egg. And then you just worked the Meatloaf around it you get into it. Eg in the middle. It works course, Linnet announced it was gross. The kids there. So it's so weird about food because here's my rules with food. You can give me your complaints about the taste of food. Like, I don't like the way liver tastes. But I'm I don't dolts doing the it's smells weird or it's slimy..

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"harry callahan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I guess my fight that I've been having on the air over the last I guess three or four weeks about Mitch Trubisky is is that I think that any good coach is able to essentially the positives and negatives of any player, including the most important position at you quarterback spot. And so. Also. Protected blindside, my friend. I think that you have to also look at it this my thought is if the bar is Mike Glennon USA passed the bar, and I just think the eighteen. Yeah. Yeah. Anything that you get from Mitch Trubisky is gravy at this point as he learns on the job. How you see it? Yeah. You know, it's it's easy to as as a fan you get greedy. Because you you'll see some success in what we week to week. But you understand two things number one. You know, he really had to start with a ton of games when he came in here, you got an opportunity last year to get in there and get his uniform dirty a little bit you understand the growth process that has to take place and then start all over with a new offense on top of that. And really learn the nuances up and get comfortable with it. And that's what you're gonna see you see some variation from week to week with that you have to understand that live with that with a young quarterback. And it's particularly tough when you see Patrick Mahomes doing what he's doing this. Shawn Watson doing what he's doing down in Houston. But the ideas they're all getting better week to week the week, and and Nancy put all these different pieces together to Mitchell. That's what you gotta expect expect them to get better and better and better. And every now, and then you're gonna have a little bit of a hiccup as we talked about with the kicking game. But the idea is he's getting better and better, and you know, and that's what you've got this look at in focusing on that because he's certainly now got the weapons that he needs. Now, it's a question getting comfortable with all those weapons and get comfortable with the offense and just having a total grasp. But you see that happening with him. Also in the throes get more accurate. He gets more comfortable, you know, that little bit of a doubt that can be in your mind when you first start out an offense you start to see some of that dissipate and the line is given him time, my friend. Protecting themselves. Like, I said the most important things is left tackle offensively. They are getting good play out of the offense of line. The only thing that that that again is going to be a flying is if they can't get Jordan Howard Cohen loose in the run game the way that you know, you you really need to see. And that is you have to get at least one hundred twenty one hundred thirty yards rushing combine those two guys weekend and week out. And see that's what I want to. I think that traditionally you still need that thunder and lightning. If you have to saw back. That's great. It makes me think though, Dan with his RPO system that Howard days are numbered. And I don't agree with that. I think that recount is a fine running back for the gadget plays it. They like, but I still believe in Howard's ability to run between the tackles, especially as the weather gets worse. Let me tell you something. I don't care. What team it is? You better have a load back. Talk earlier about whether or not Baxter Valeo all that port. Now in the game of football. That's stuff doesn't change you still at some point another able to turn around and at ball office figures that you're gonna get four and a half five yards out of your guy. And at the end of the game. He's gonna have over a hundred yards for you. If you wanna play and play deep into the season and play well and get into the postseason. That's a fact it's going to be there. Because what happens a lotta times when teams get past happy is end up with a decent steps exhausted. By the end of the season. Why because you know, you get you know, three or four three and out with some passes, and that kind of thing and your defense gets destroyed. The idea was running the football not only the game yards. But also use the clock to your advantage. Not put your defense. Constantly with with their backs up because you know, having to go out after three unsuccessful plays in the game and go right out there. There's a minute taken off the clock. So that's another reason why you have to be able to run the football, Dan jackets with us here on ESPN one thousand ESPN apple job. We talked about the bears. Get ready to take on the Vikings. How what does it mean to have a difference maker likely MAC on this defense? Oh, man. But he makes everybody else. On in the rush games that much better than you make some secondary that much better. You see the difference now with watching the corners and watching them snuggle up and that coverage then Buffalo's guys the line of scrimmage why? Because they know the quarterback not gonna have all sit back there. Some guy running the forty yard go on Khalil Mack Soza from the team Hicks insides been doing an outstanding job. I'm looking for Leonard Floyd to use all of that speed and power finally leads to get to the quarterback keep the pressure in the middle. And that's what team Hicks is so good at Goldman same kind of thing in this belong Nichols. The young defense Wyman, I really like this kid he's out of Delaware. I wanna say he's really dumb along really fast on the inside. Russia got some guys in Aaron Lynch is kind of interesting from the outside as well. Big tall rangy and can get to the quarterback and Robertson Robertson's. Also, another guy was at six seven is a guy that can put some pressure on from the edge. So I'd like with the doors from Russ standpoint. But Khalil Mack is the guy that's really getting it done from a Russian perspective, and it's really helping the secondary. And all of a sudden using God. Mike how full of picking off passes. Prince amukamara picking off passes. You know, Eddie Jackson is looking great again this year agent Amos the same thing. So I'm excited about what they're doing defensively. And the thing that goes back to the Jonathan is consistency. You know, you look at keeping a defensive coordinator and defensive staff, basically in place from what you had going on in the last couple of years, it makes a huge difference. So they didn't have to try to change everything. Defensively offense at the same time. The defense was the head of the offense. And it's great thing now because that means more opportunities to see Mitch Trubisky in the offense fired up. I think Callahan's made himself some money hasn't. He. About that. I think he's got a little little change coming down. Timing is everything. Inspector Harry Callahan. The right time to start playing really. Well. It's like last last go around when you're looking at fuller and he's in the contract year. And he's you know now yet now he plays. Well, you know, he's come back this season in played pretty doggone well team. So you know, I look at sometimes it's just starting to find their groove. And and and get a real good feeling for what they're trying to do out there. And that's the same thing with a lot of young guys in the Jackson came in Eddie Jackson coming out of Alabama. Look like he's got an playing in the NFL for about four or five years when he came out of Alabama. Well, you know, that's a pro program down there. Even he was bested already is a veteran when he came in. Sure is man I tell you that program. Just amazing. Speaking of money. Here's what would happen. If you were on the same team has Levy on bell as the players rep. I'm sure that the that the media will turn you and ask you your opinion anytime that you lose eight hundred fifty five thousand dollars per week. That's like being off a week from the old Jacobs north show. Lebanon bell that holdout now he's not gonna be able to get any money this season. He looks like he's done for the year. I don't understand it. You know, I understand. I understand that. You know, you gotta make your point. You know, you wanna get you try to look at a long-term deal. That's what he wanted. He wanted. You know, a nice baggage. But you'll never make up the money that you've lost from this year. Because you also look at the age of a guy, and I understand you're you somebody will say well flank Frank Gordon playing since I was. Frank Gore's in the world. Lebanon. I don't understand what what what what was holding them up in terms of coming in and getting a deal done with the steel just make any sense. And you know. Yeah, you're right. You know, you missile year where are you going to be making probably what seventeen million dollars, or whatever you're never gonna make that up in your contract. And I think that when he comes back is probably gonna end up in a similar kind of situation. So the year might be told which doesn't make any sense at all to do that. You know, you just gotta look at the business side things get something else that I've got to try to get to do. Let's go ahead and play this thing out. And then see where we go from there that doesn't make any sense to me. Eight hundred fifty five thousand a week day. Johnson head type money, right? I don't think I could ever turn down that got to play week to week. Oh my goodness. Your check. That's amazing. It's can't believe what he's doing that. Okay. Well. So. Doug before nice job. He must be freaking test. Exactly could come freaking cost already, man. Oh, man. I don't understand it all man. But maybe he's got to make the figures got pull a rabbit out of the habit of it'll be a big rabbit. Really fast. Do you have any? Lastly, do you have any memories of playing the Vikings in Bloomington or in Chicago? I guess the most fun was up in Bloomington. 'cause no again, it was one of those things where you know, we were playing outdoors when I first got got to the bears we played up the old metropolitan stadium. I think it was called and we're all on the same sideline and know. We always played them late in the season. But granted and allow heat is free. His guys doesn't mean that if they didn't have you didn't have us in that place was freezing. And that's the one thing. I remember that. I can also remember I think it was Hans Nielsen kicker. We had an opportunity win the game with me. And we haven't won there in years. And he shanked field goal was hit the scoreboard. It was over in the corner. The baseball score stayed with the twins uses. Well, so bad hit the scoreboard. We're like, oh my God. This is a great opportunity against the Vikings up there at their place. They were always tough. Those vaccinated the great days for the Vikings back into Taylor. The purple people eaters era football for the Vikings going back a Fran tarkenton and all those guys that were still playing when I first came into the league. So it was it was always a great robbery and a lot of fun to play guys. But grant and his guys were very smart football players and yours news came down to that fourth quarter late in the game. They were going to figure out a way to win it. And that's exactly what they did. And that's why they went to four Super Bowls. They didn't win them. But they got there. And that's a hell of an accomplishment. You know, he's still kicking around. But grant in Minnesota. He's still in the twin cities. He has a he has a garage sale once a year, Dan. Typical of bud grant fashion. No haggle cash only no Haglund on the price is the price. Whatever it is. He's going to sell. That's what it is not get out. Take. He goes to the bar sign up above the bar. If you're drinking to forget, please fan advance. That's what I want you to do painted. You can usually find him around the Vikings complex. Of course, we he'll pop in every now. And then I know when I was calling games back in my CBS's. I'd run into him a lot of things even when Jerry burns was head coach of the Vikings. He'd always be around. So he's a wonderful human being up. What a what a wonderful, man..

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"harry callahan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A job in the off season, oh yeah So I don't think. I was a fulltime baseball player 'til maybe one thousand nine. Hundred seventy maybe ten years. Might I wouldn't even know so I'm doing a post game interview with the great. Race, Scott Voice of the Packers and Halsey hall who. Is an icon in Minnesota and. They said, well here I am twenty three years old well what do you think you'd like to do when you're done. Playing you're, twenty three or go play forever writer so I just off the cuff I said you know. What you guys are doing that that, seems, like. It'd be kind, of, fun while the next day the. Twins get a call from Bob Zellner the the order in general manager of. A five hundred watt daytime station, k.. S. m. in shock copy Minnesota so he said. Hey I heard your interview last night. How'd you like to go to work or the off season for for us so I did. High school basketball football I did shows like. You and I are doing I did the livestock report national, anthem That's And then as as time went, on I still didn't really have a goal at when I'm. Done I'll be get into. Broadcasting but before alternative, programming when we had a rain, delayed they would call players up to the. Booth so actually when I was a teammate of Tim McArthur in, Philadelphia Harry Callahan Richie Ashburn we, had a long rain delay and Wrigley field call down. And said you know could Jim come, up to the boots so I go up there and the. Producer said you know we. Told stories for about, a half hour to producer said, boy you ought to think about getting into. This business and then we had the players strike in eighty one Young man named Jodie Shapiro, who was, running home team sports he called and? Said we're going to televise minor league games during, the strike, would you like to go to Rochester do a game, with, Ralph, Kiner and yeah so my first game the shortstop, for Rochester was Cal Ripken the pitcher was Mike Gallagher So. That's, that's kind of how I started and then, I got a chance to, do college games on ESPN and it it just kind of went from. There how excited were you for Bob Costas to get the call to go to the hall of fame. Well very and I'm gonna go there for his induction yeah as as as universally respected as a broadcaster the Olympics in many. Things those of us that know Bob know that baseball, is his first love so this really means a lot to him and. It'll it'll be fun to. Be there for his induction now I'll give to swap some stories again with Bob euchre. Who was a catcher at Boise when I was pitching for Missoula so we kinda came up the minor league chain together and. I'm sure TIMMY will, be there and that'll be a fun time I'm very..

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"harry callahan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jeff you're on seven hundred wwl w in the nightcap you've got a rogue cop little off the wall about jackie gleason smoking in the bandit i mean grove right as a chemical rogue cop he was pretty good wilford forgive justice you for t justice for justice absolutely chasing chasing dot reynolds and sally field around looking for that coors light right other guy stole my serpico yeah my friend doug in ripley texts me and nominated nick nolte in forty eight hours i said eddie murphy in beverly hills cop movies one of my one of mine too and clint is the overall winner as dirty harry callahan we've got a few more and we'll take a few more calls on this let's go to andy hello andy how are you gotta say it's gotta be sheriff far from blazing saddles was it alex karras he was mongo i can't remember alex alex curious curious curious character punch the horse that was the absolute rogue sheriff right there that's a good call it's got cold thanks man seven hundred wwl w the nightcap keith philo you're on the phone and on the air what's up hey dog i'm gary i think the new additions of hawaii five o stephen mcgirt cups yeah it's a it's a good you know when that show came when they announced they were going to redo that show.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To a pine via email and you're welcome to do at certainly at any time at all but the question i wanna ask now that we know the one thing that we do know from the inspector general's report released today on the hillary clinton investigation by the fbi is it james koby is a rogue cop and a very boring white collar way but still a very important way and it did reaffirm the fact that james comey deserve to be whether it was by president obama or president trump fired as director of the fbi it did it did to me anyway but we don't really like rogue cops in real life we do like them on tv and in movies i mean come on is there anything better than do you feel lucky today or do you punk dirty harry callahan clint eastwood we love area movies the funny side eddie murphy beverly hills cop who's a rogue cop ain't gonna fall for no banana matteo pat and lance and i were talking my favorite new road cup is hank voight the character he's a sergeant in chicago pd i've gotten absolutely hooked on that show and you can have your net flicks netflixing your hulu amazon and all that other stuff but nbc has something worth watching i think it's wednesday nights it's usually on chicago pd is great and hang void sergeant hang void is like the best ro companies got that that gravelly voices l give me the keys to the cage lock the door as he goes to interrogate a suspect slinging mud and bullets into the air i asked tan hills who's the president the f o p i said you ever watch blue bloods he said yeah i think danny shoots too many people per episode danny reagan anyway your calls on that and more as we continue.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Will he comes back in and the and the bad guy goes what you do when you pig heads sucker i'm reading these from imdb dot com goodness the what's you you pig heads sucker and harry callahan goes every day for the past ten years loretta there has been give me a large black coffee in today she gives me a large black coffee only has sugar in it a lot of sugar i just came back to complain now you boys put those guns down say what will we're not just gonna let you walk out of here who's we suck smith and wesson and me go ahead make my day we'll be seemed boring to great film smith and wesson and i mean smith and wesson and i hate me you got sound like michael keaton batman actually listen to me had nothing but dog crappy understand at a lot of things can happen a dog grab it can be scraped up with a shovel off the ground could try a blow away in the wind or it could be stepped on and squashed so take my advice and be careful with the dog craps what these dirty koreans on my grand jury no he was very racist i had to go home and watch them clint eastwood movies fired up right tell you go watch sudden impact that'll let a light rats on fire is he seems like from what we've just been talking about he kind of played himself in the movie i think so like an angry cop who maybe took a couple of steps outside the law and then in a heartbreak ridge he was a sergeant and he would think gunny sergeant he would he got a charge of this just ragtag loser group and he tried to try to shape them in the marines and they had all kinds of fights and stuff i'm talking fantastic clint eastwood stuff we thought it was crazy that he talked to a chair at the republican national convention look at all the other crazy things that have happened since then that was that was about the most normal thing that was the most normal thing was when he was talking to the chair who are you oh did he no it's not we're not calling you that.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Seven nine nine one 620 let's start with dave west westbend dave your first good afternoon i r r were would review forever not all the dirty area quicker in or if it was very short or or what prairie well back the hair and he thanked need you wanna talk about an iconic character um the dirty harry the harry callahan character in you know the the the the dirty harry movie and then a couple of those sequels i anaemia he was he was the faith of the of a certain parts of port part of the 1970s no question about it for one four seven nine nine one six one adalah clint eastwood movies let's talk to uh russell and brookefield russell good afternoon for drought oh marlon brando's character right what would rarely near mountaineer needed every that will yet the loving grandfather and yet he have this coldblooded murderer or wherever you get whatever wherever you take place of that particular time you within control he was in command who gave the orders he's a if you know the interesting thing about that too is they had to fight to get marlon brando that role and me a lotta love the studio executives did in think new marlon brando's career was kind of in a tailspin on and he had a reputation of being a problem and if they really had to fight the getting that role in that you have that ended up certainly being the dominant rolled is grit now they said i think you could make an argument that that veto corleone character um is perhaps the most recognizable character ever we throw another or not there in his only a handful of scenes but i mean think about the hannibal lecter character in silence of the lands he's only.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on WCTC

"Superintendent of the new jersey state police colonel rick flint ac top official in the governor's administration making the announcement yesterday at the stakeout state house rather maybe the governor wishes was at a house but it was at the state house joined by the governor himself the successor the new tough cup of the new jersey state police will be lieutenantcolonel patrick callahan i thought it was going to be harry callahan and they would have had a motto the new jersey state police go ahead make my day not the case though for this again we'll be out november first the governor conceding his departure met with some measure of regrets buddy level of pride the governor wants to his wanted to thank colonel when tests for serving our state with honor there are only a few people i have worked with through my entire career as a us attorney and governor and rick is one of them are the governor adding when i became governor it was a relief to me that rick was here and it's been an honour for me to stand with him for the last eight years uh colonel said to be considering retirement in the final months of the cris the administration he was appointed by governor jim mcgreevy in two thousand three among the state police his longest tenured superintendents he spent much of his career prior to his appointment he was a super intended working on drug and gang investigations rather important job statewide for jersey for these statewide police force here a we know the highways a for a long time have been major pipelines for drug dealers right and it was under the watchful eye of rick went as and maybe the person even before him to that things started there were some allegations that were surfacing in there was a lot of discussion about racial profiling that was happening in terms of of the new jersey these state police will be pulling over on our highways now one i had lived in a in warren county i used to commute to northeast pennsylvania and back and i'm telling you every day every day.

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"harry callahan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"harry callahan" Discussed on KCRW

"Nra com up here spent so much time uh ambassedor hollywood for what he is says you know quote dousing our kids with recklessness gratuitous responsible gun play and and things like that and he is ostensibly up at war with with hollywood an hollywood is ostensibly or with the nra and yet there are out there and ria uh there is this veneration for uh for hollywood and so as i understand it you see the massive smith wesson model 29 was wielded by clint eastwood steady harry callahan and the 1973 film magnum full saying another the case you say that you can see the beretta ninety two f used by bruce willis in die hard so the gun types uh that that were modelled in the movies yeah and so much of americans uh relationship and sort of the mind's eye about guidelines have come from uh they're appearances on the big screen just the way that they do uh with cars and with fashion the weaponry his presented for its aesthetic value for its hits historical dimension for its cultural regard they are placed in to a museum context that scary bam more from him in a moment now we explored hollywood and guns on dna back in 2013 following the sandy hook masoka then we met larry zanupf he's manager of the weapons department it iss which is the independent studios said is pro pass in sunland california firearms you know they're just a thing learn in inanimate object they don't they don't do anything without us handling them in some way and so in that sense third no different than a pocket watch you know or a piece of jewelry or a bone arrow were soared the world of video games gets involved in this two kids learn about different firearms from the different video games and the cool thing about what we do here of course is were using them in a safe manner to create an illusion bove gunfire and things like an an a very safeway were were highly regulated here in this industry and yet when you watch it on screen it's believable we also have from tom de as he's author of several books and publications on the gun industry including mumcu bloody wheel as a business the gun industry does what every maker of consumer products does that is they rely on design they rely on innovation to stimulate their markets there's another element that works into this and that is.

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