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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

23:22 min | 2 months ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"Player to play the lecture so there was almost nobody in the room several revisions leader. Coolidge loved her script. She loved the wit. She loved the plot developments especially that her young characters were struggling with such things as romanticized ideas about what's important in life. She also wanted her picture to reflect those beautiful ideals on the screen visually so she opted for an ultra wide screen aspect ratio to thirty five to one not typically used for comedies especially once that were set mostly indoors like real genius was going to be cooler wanted to open the space so that audiences could observe the body language of the multiple characters as the comedy. Play out they could see all of the reactions of everybody on the screen. The story centers on several students who go to pack attack the fictionalized caltech this institution esteemed for its technological breakthroughs. They're currently working on this project to build a high powered laser. The project is led by this egotistical professor and tv science show host named jerry hathaway hathaway has been employed by this clandestine group within the pentagon for operation crossbow which is where the military is going to use the laser to vaporise targets from space with sniper like precision. Enter into the film fifteen year. Old genius mitch. Taylor mitch's recruited by hathaway to start college. Early pacak mitch rooms with the schools prior hot prodigy. This rebellious and smart alecky senior named chris. Night chris knight has decided as much more value in being a slacker at this point of his educational career. I guess than to continue showing everybody that. He's the smartest person on campus nights. Shenanigans have hathaway who has to produce results now an accelerated for months instead of the originally intended eighteen. Hathaway is threatening to kick night out of school if he's not going to assist in the completing of this laser in the allotted time a lot more to the story than that but that's the basic gist of the plot now coolidge to open up the screen to that white aspect ratio. She pursued acclaimed. Cinematographer vilmos zigmund. But the studio wasn't as keen as she was. I'm picking him for this movie. Because his oscar win for close encounters of the third line made him pretty pricy and he also had a reputation for slowing down productions because he was a meticulous cinema talker so coolidge still did want zygmunt showed him. He loved the idea of doing his first comedy. Something he had not done before and to counter the cost of bringing him on board at least two tristar coolidge gave him one of her prophet points which he was glad to get something he was not offered before on previous films now after auditioning several dozen candidates the casting of chris night came down to two main actors. Val kilmer and john cusak. Coolidge did opt for kilmer because she liked that he was more of a leading man. Cusak still looked like a teenager. Not very much older than the fifteen year old that was supposed to be playing opposite him. Kilmer though was nervous about auditioning for this film. He sent him to videotape instead of coming in person initially anyway he had already played the lead in the spoof called top secret. But that's still had not been released into theaters at that time. So they didn't know what his star power really was was released actually while they were shooting real genius to overcome his anxiety. Kilmer decided to do some method acting for his second audition that he was going to do in person and he decided he was going to behave like the character that he is supposed to portray every bit as air again bit of standoffish as chris. Night is supposed to be. This is a technique. He feels won him the job because of his self mocking attitude in downplaying his intelligence which captured the essence of chris night coolidge thought. That kilmer was absolutely perfect for the role but when they actually started to go through rehearsals and then eventually to shoot film. She found kilmer very erratic. He was intellectually stubborn moody. He was frequently tardy. He questioned nearly everything especially in terms of what he thought. The humor should be in the film. Coolidge thought that the comedy should come from the quality of the jokes. The gags the wit in the script kilmer though thought that it should come from the characterizations from the performances of the actors. Kilmer felt that the villainous professor in particular played too much like a character from a shakespearean tragedy. Instead of somebody who's in the musically self-important buffoon kilmer stayed in character throughout the production and that intimidated the other members of the cast of the crew to the point that coolidge. She started to get sick of having to deal with it. She pursued additional auditions to find a replacement for kilmer. Kilmer did find this out. He convinced coolidge and grazer to keep him in the film and to try out some of his comedy ideas for his character. He promised it would all work out for instance. He came up with nights. Custom made t. shirts that featured phrases like surf nicaragua and toxic waste. The props department came up with night wearing animal slippers throughout the film and that was because kilmer we had a habit of disappearing for no good reason. He really wanted to recharge in solitude but he skipped his ice skating lessons that were needed for the frozen hallway sequences so they gave him slippers to keep them from falling on his keister and that became an affectation that he used throughout the film after auditioning a lot of younger actors. Who didn't really seem quite right. Coolidge thought it would be easier to find a real teenage genius. Who happened to be able to act. She found one actually somebody who had taken a year off a college at new york university. At the age of fourteen to do a broadway play. He graduated from college really in his mid teen years and then he went to law school and then eventually sued the bar association. For saying he was too young his he was under eighteen however coolidge did not think that he had the right look. He didn't really emote as well outwardly. As she thought he should so they found somebody else to kind of replicate that a boy named gabe jarrett. He came in and he acted out as this kid. John grise he beat out randy law also known as randy dreyfuss. Richard's nephew and tommy sword low for the laszlo field role the role of this older student. Who still hanging around campus. He goes into the closet and nobody knows where he goes. Don't feel bad for lowland swallow. They were still cast in smaller roles in the films cornell and bodey respectively grise originally. He had come in to read for another character named kent. He was kind of the lackey of the professor. The suck up one of the heavies. I guess of this film. Bryce told his agent didn't wanna play another smarmy bad guy he wanted to see if you get play. The character whose name eventually became holyfield robert prescott. He went to school with cries. He happened to be in maine when coolidge who really wanted to get him on board brought him in to read for the role that was. Can't the laszlo character was as important as an inclusion in this film because laszlo represents students from the nineteen sixties. I was a generation of young people who fought for peace. The distrusted the government. And that was kind of a message that he had for the students of the nineteen eighties rebel against the government. Because they're using them to promote policies of war in death. Something that the kids of the sixties very much were vehement against michelle airing cheese in this film. She happened to have worked with coolidge. Her two prior films valley girl joy of sex. Coolidge enjoyed her ability to express authentic vulnerability and emotion in coolidge. Actually thought may rink reminded. Her of herself and may rink thought. Coolidge was like your sister so they had kind of a a natural bond between them. Marion capital also appear the year before in revenge of the nerds and that really made her kind of the darling of nerds and geeks including crispin glover by the way he briefly dated her in. Nineteen eighty-five may rink. Did leave acting shortly afterward. One thousand nine hundred eighty eight to become a zen buddhist and eventually she became an acting coach career her character or jordan by the way inspired the personality that was given to gadget hack and wrench one of the characters in nineteen eighty nine animated disney channel series called chippendale rescue rangers now. Consummate eighties douchebag william atherton. He played that role so well and so many movies. He grew up in new haven connecticut where coolidge actually happens to be from. They went to many of the same plays. They became good friends during the shoot and still continued on as good friends all the way to this day. Coolidge did send her main actors to a laboratory to learn about how to act around a laser how to handle all the technical equipment. The actors also did a tour of caltech as well as occidental college the also met with various science advisers for preparation for the roles. Coolidge also brought in top level consultants from the military weapons developers a lot of university representatives. She also studied how a black money operation could be performed as a joint collaboration between the military and higher education. And although real genius really does have fictional premise. They weren't intending this to be something. That was absolutely real. Many aspects did come into place shortly after this film was made. The navy did make frozen gas laser. That was similar to the one that they concocted for this movie. A couple of years later also drone technology really is essentially what the military uses for that strikes now so the idea is actually there. It may not be a laser from space. But you know. Remote assassinations are very much part and parcel to the way that we conduct business. These days tristar. Pictures hired space media consultant richard dowling. He provided a demonstration of this space plane that was developed for high frontier which is a private nonprofit organization that was dedicated to space-based defense strategies. Also the visual effects crew to how to bring that to live communicating. there needs to try star. That really raised a lot of the budget. Production designer. Ron cobb came in. He did the design of the futuristic space plane among other things. Usc physicist dr martin gunderson. He also happened. worked on. ronald reagan's star wars program. He helped with the proper use of the leaders in this film. Coolidge wanted the underlying science to be as realistic as possible. Ron cobb glowing visual design of some of the lasers seems very authentic. They would have been impossible for audiences to see if this were absolutely realistic. So they did enhanced those for the sake of the movie but the rest of it seems very much in keeping with the science realm. The film does have a fictional science element. It's not really science fiction in terms of genre. But gunnison was there to keep it all grounded and realistic as much as can be in a comedic film gunderson. Also help torque with the script making sure the dialogue. The lingo was all accurate including tossing in a couple of science based jokes but those were ultimately deemed too nerdy to make the final cut. Unfortunately for the science heads out there. Now cooley says that real genius is main. Theme is the danger of regarding other people on earth as lesser humans. She felt that the beliefs of superiority among certain people are responsible for many atrocities that have happened throughout human history. For instance professor hathaway sees himself as above his students. he doesn't seem to care about their wellbeing per se. He justifies all of that to himself that they can be used for his own purpose whenever he sees fit even if that purpose will result in the deaths of many although not many people are going to know about it because they're doing it all from afar themes also include the exploitation of gifted students of science with funding for things that will ultimately go to the destruction of life through projects that are spearheaded by the military industrial complex instead of for the betterment of life on earth the faculty in charge of the education of these young people are using their breakthroughs to get increased grants and more prestige for the school and themselves. So they have a rooted interest in seeing them succeed. Even if the students don't actually know that what they're working on is indirectly responsible for so much destruction elsewhere like the film wargames. Geeky kids here have to save the adults from themselves. The distinction here is that in real genius. The young people are the ones being used by the government for illegal acts in contrast to war games. Where a young person subverts the government through illegal acts and then becomes the hero in the end. The science students here are portrayed sympathetically. They're not mocked for being nerdy on similar comedies of its era these so-called nerds half feelings. They have compassion for life as well as their fellow people. They may be incredibly smart but they're also very likable. The very attractive. These socially clumsy. And unfashionable way geniuses tend to be depicted in movies like revenge of the nerds and others of that ilk authentic here to be found beyond the farfetched underlying plot. The parties depicted in the movie are very similar to those that are celebrated yearly at caltech. There really was a twelve year old. That was enrolled in caltech that cracked under the pressure. The shaggy-haired burn out laszlo. He disappears tonight's closet. He escapes into the hidden tunnels to his personal office in the steam room beneath a school. That actually was a combination of two different people. Who did this in real life. We learned that. He's conducting an experiment to process as many entries into the frito lay sweepstakes possible to assure high probability of winning. That's the plot was based on a real life incident from nine hundred. Seventy five in which students at caltech devised a way to win a mcdonald's contest. Earning three thousand dollars in cash. One hundred fifty dollars in food prices anna brand new car. Laszlo's character also incorporated elements of this other student that went to caltech who didn't like physical education. Pe and he would disappear into the tunnels whenever was e. time under the dorms and set up an office down there to do work rather than be harassed as to why he was not in that class. The price of the film are based on real incidents that occurred at caltech. mit as well as oxford. One featured the laying down a soapy water across the cement floor to slide down that changed for the film to using liquid nitrogen for students to skate and to bobsled there was also a scene involving a lawn chair. Floating up using balloons. That scene was shot but it was cut from the film because coolidge as well as the studio thought. It was running way long for comedy. That particular stunt took place at several colleges. There was another anecdote incorporated into the film involving the conversion of a lecture hall into a swimming pool. And that one of the party sequences in real genius to keep the tone light and funny coolidge wanted. The students do give the heavies. Come up into the end. But she didn't want anybody to get killed so she asked everybody on the set for ideas a clever and funny way to use the laser to exact revenge on the corrupt professor and to sabotage operation. Crossbow without anybody dying. So the winner of this semi contest was production designer. ron cobb. He was the one to suggest that the laser should be used to heat a large batch of popcorn inside the professors price house that he has renovated with diverted funds in the form of a giant fan of jiffy. Pop in the foyer. It's established early on that. Popcorn is something that professor hathaway absolutely abhors so this was his revenge. They built a prop house and crystal springs ranch in canyon country california it could fall apart it could be reassembled for additional takes. They constructed an elaborate hydraulic system to fill the house with popcorn. Popcorn manufacturer provided thirty eight. Forty foot tractor trailers full of popcorn. They were all on standby ready for the take. One hundred and forty tonnes were used one hundred tons on the outside in those trailers. Forty of them were inside that had to be popped in a nearby warehouse with several popping machines very high industrial. Poppy machines running twenty four seven for six weeks. Unfortunately those popping machines overheated and the popcorn caught fire that burnt down the warehouse. That was a big set-back. They continued popping the popcorn outdoors on hollywood lot treating the kernels now with flame retardant chemicals because they found out it was flammable and that did make it inevitable. It produced sometimes suffocating desk particles and that was also toxic to animals. They had to cover it all up so birds need it. The total cost of the popcorn stunt was about one point two million dollars with two hundred thousand dollars just for the cost of the popcorn to pop alone by the way in two thousand nine. There was a mythbusters episode. If you're a fan of the tv show mythbusters. Day discovered that a laser actually can pop popcorn kernel in small quantities. They can pop few but eventually if you were trying to do a mass quantity of them. They would burn. That pop also could not destroy a house in real life so that was kind of a fictional aspect of it. It's still played for laughs and it works for the spill. There are some montage sequences in the film. They play over clips of scenes. That looked like they were meant to have dialogue but they actually were intentionally done this way. None of the people mouthing words in those montages. Those were not seen that. Were cut out in the jammed into here for an abbreviated form. By the way coolidge though she originally handpicked music with michael papa for valley girl. He was brought back here for this film. Coolidge really realize the value within valley girl of songs to underscore motions and to bring additional layers to films without having to add additional expository dialogue. She wanted in particular. Everybody wants to rule the world that song from tears for fears because it was too perfect the song for the themes at the movie to pass up but it was too expensive. Tristar didn't want to spend the money but when the production did run long the song became a little bit more passe so it did come down in price by the end and they were able to secure it for only seventy five thousand dollars which is still pricey but within their budget. Real genius is also notable for being the first film to use the internet as part of its promotional push. There was a press junket that was done in a new unique way for films over copyright which was kind of a precursor or maybe even a competitor to online for a few years they used various terminals for the press to ask questions. And at the end they would gain a transcript of the text answers that the makers of the film would give duty the expanding talent in front of and behind the camera as well as the two million dollar price tag for facts. The final budget of real genius ballooned to about thirteen million dollars now given that real genius in the theaters at made thirteen million dollars. That was kind of disappointment. Debuted at number seven on its initial week of release. It was unable to compete with other science based comedies. Back to the future. Weird science were also very strong in theaters and there was also pretty strong competition in the theaters for a lot of the same audiences pee. Wee's big adventure came out the same week as well as summer. Rental the John candy movie so it really was buried somebody under so much. Popcorn by rough competition just couldn't compete but real genius did catapults a cult film status when it did hit home. Video and cable showings over the years. It became a staple really at technical schools especially caltech and mit and it seen as one of the eighties comedies. Following ghostbusters to make science and technology very cool for younger viewers some scientists working today including notable nobel prize winners credit real genius for getting them interested in pursuing a career in science it really romanticize going to a technical school so a lot of kids who have an inclination for science and math really did want to pursue that. Become the next. Chris night many people in school studying math and science really do love real genius film. That gets them they get it kilmer's very funny channeling. His inner bill. Mary here delivering his deadpan. Funny hilarious comments mixed with physical pratfalls. Many memorable funny lines in this film inspired performances pleasantly irreverend vibe. It definitely is a film. Can stand up to repeated viewings and i think that if you watch it you know you might wanna watch again. I watched it twice this week. And i it even better the second time around. It's a movie that really does grow on you and people have seen it over the years. Many times considerate one of their favourite films. Many people anyway. So that's why. I'm going to give real genius. Three and a half stars at a four three stars means. I do think this is a good comedy. I think it's very thoughtful very well performed. I think it seems like a slider film than a lot of people probably will give it credit for on first glance. But if you watch it enough times i think you will see that. It is a very intelligent and thoughtful and thought provoking film underneath it or many of the reasons that gave through the course of this review so three and a half stars out of four four real genius. Now as i mentioned it did grow as a cult film over time so much. So that in two thousand six real genius to was announced. Val kilmer actually was interested in starring. He wanted to return to the light comedies of his early career because he was doing a lot of films he really didn't like doing so he was gonna come back but we don't know what happened to that and i guess somewhere along the line deep money people lost interest in two thousand ten. It was rumored that columbia pictures and producer brian. Grazer we're going to make a remake rather than the sequel of real genius but it went into development hell and never quite got made in two thousand fourteen just four years later a real genius. Tv show was in the works to be produced by nbc. By adam sandler's happy madison. Productions among others this reboot was developed as it workplace comedy series. Kind of a mix of the big bang theory. The plot would involve an eccentric tech. Wizard mentors his naive for brilliant new co worker. The creative team was craig degeorge o of workaholics fame and david king of parks and recreation and then nothing happened so somewhere along the line. Everybody has these ideas of bringing back real genius. But nobody's quite a genius enough to figure out how to make it work whether on the large screen or small screen. So maybe it's good that it remains as a cherished film from the nineteen eighties rather than to be sullied with trying to bring belco number back trying to recreate it with actors. That are not quite as good or appealing as widely put into this field especially since so many shows now have a scientific genius as the hero. The novelty of real genius for the mid nineteen eighties has become the norm nowadays. So it doesn't have that special quality anymore except when viewed through the lens of yesteryear thank you everyone for listening. Hope that you enjoyed this. Look at real genius. If you have your own thoughts and real genius want to apart you can find my contact information on my website. That's equips dot net. Twip e r dot net. You can write me by email. Addresses dare as well as links to my twitter. Feed facebook page instagram. Just send the comment on. I'll try to respond as much as i can. Sometimes i just like your comment. Because i don't have a lot to add but if i do i will say a few words back. I like engagement so feel free to do that anytime as far as what. I'm going to be covering next week while i mentioned it. During the course of this review. It's no surprise. I suppose if you know your nerd. Revenge films of the nineteen eighties. Revenge of the nerds of course from nineteen eighty four flip. Different look at narrates a little bit more stereotypical luck but definitely has been urged as heroes a film that i watched probably way too many times as a kid and then never again really as an adult so i'm looking forward to revisiting that seeing if it holds up today revenge of the nerds from nineteen eighty four on next week's episode. So please watch that. Want to keep up with reviews as get to them until next time. 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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Police Department said he was defending himself. He was a white man who said he wanted to document the protest. There were no injuries. I'm Evan. Hey, Ning and I dug prisoner Blumberg World headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets The Chinese government will now need to approve the sale of the U. S operations of TIC Tac. That's is because Beijing has added new restrictions on the export. Of artificial intelligence technologies, a gauge of China's manufacturing activity, declined slightly in August. This is the official PM, Iet moderated to a reading of 51. From 51.1 the month before. However, the nonmanufacturing gauge jumped to 55.2 from 54.2 in July, and that increase was much stronger. Then projected the Chinese government has begun a new probe into Australian wine over subsidies. Credit Suisse is planning to double its head count in China over the next five years. The firm is accelerating its pursuit. Of wealthy in China. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Hathaway has taken stakes Ian five Chinese trading companies, Berkshire said it acquired slightly mohr than 5% of the firm's American Airlines will drop October flying capacity 55% from last year. The carrier is also ending service to 15. U. S Cities. At the same time, American will add 24 seasonal leisure roots in its new schedule. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg. The dollar remains weak against the majors and the end weaker now at 105 49. In the equity space. The Nikkei 2 25 up 1.8% Hang sang is up my more than 1.4% in Seoul. The cost be better by 3/10 of 1% Shanghai composite is up 7/10 of 1% and in Sydney. The Sex 200 is hired by 1/10 of 1% US 10 Year Treasury now with the yield of 73 basis points Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

10:37 min | 9 months ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Hard Factor

"I don't think global pandemic but they might be that good. They might have fucking this coming berkshire-hathaway CEO in one of the great financial geniuses of our time. Warren Buffet told investors at Berkshire Hathaway hathaway's annual meeting on Monday that he dumped all of his personal stocks in every major airline company and does not see any reason to invest in any major new endeavor. Anytime soon. Yeah you know especially with. There's some things out of this lockdown that are gonNA continue. I think a lot of the people learning how to enjoy things that don't necessarily cause require a ton of gas is something that may not you think right itself like right away or wherever who knows my ten day. Caribbean cruise in July image allies in jeopardy. Not Not happening. But I'll tell you what CD's Asshole Warren Buffet's GonNa ask all over his face when bitcoin halves in May because he's one of the he's one of the biggest haters on Bitcoin so anyways but it's bad he doesn't know shit about anything or perhaps it's really bad for people that have like the Invest in index stocks like S. and P. Five hundred as opposed to individual stocks like David Trader Index stocks. Not Not looking good. When buffets saying don't invest in anything I mean he's a he's eighty nine though basically saying fade the market right now especially the airlines forever. Yeah especially those He's eighty nine though so it might be like a Joe Paterno thing except he wasn't holding onto hundreds of child rape secrets. It's very similar outside of that. I think Berkshire hathaway lost fifty fifty billion dollars in investments in Q. One and buffet told people to invest in the stock market. The last two financial crisis and depressions included the examined. Two Thousand Eight. So he wasn't scared in two thousand eight but it scared shitless debut thinking economy will change a lot. Okay maybe yeah. Maybe he's just like I said he might be losing his grasp on things. What else I mean over thirty almost dunking over thirty Americans. Thirty million Americans filed for unemployment in the last six weeks. There's an emergency money for the people. Act that is asking for two thousand dollars per person over the age of sixteen that makes less than one hundred thirty K plus five dollars per kid which is really nice but every month but that's in the early stages of the House and we probably won't even Sniff Anybody. GonNa get slashed up. It might thousand it's going slash and half even if it does get through. It won't be leader Mitch. Mcconnell okay why the people money for the people no thanks Kelli Kelli. He's GonNa to be doing a lot of lies about that. Yeah no I think it's almost past. What else Uber and lift are going to start to require drivers and passengers to wear masks. What else opioid related. Od's are way up during quarantine and make sense if you think about it. You really don't have to show face much during the past few months. Maybe like one facetime a week. People that don't know you're addicted to opioids and on the moon most parts of most days so way easier to schedule your addiction. It's probably it's the same with drinking. I can tell you that for sure. So has to be the same for Oprah opioids and anti-drug right also scheduling going on. You don't have to get in with your doctor. That's the other thing so it's controlled substances. You gotta go see the doctor. You gotTA telemedicine now like a drug addict stream if you had. New York is other bust and drug dealers. Which is you gotta get the drugs. That's the problem. Yeah and then I think that's it for the economy. Although the death toll projections from krona have shifted. Well let's just move on. Let's just just all right guys in military news regarding the ballistic missile attack. That took place back on January. Eighth on the Al Asad Airbase in Iraq because remember that one yes Well the US military's issued twenty nine Purple Arts To the servicemen. Women that were involved in that including the six army soldiers who sustained somewhat more serious injuries that were initially reported with twenty three others having been approved for the award and they'll be receiving that award later on this week according to US Central Command Just recap on. The attack is the one that originated from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard the Iran Islamic Revolutionary Guard in retaliation for the killing of Major General Qassam salomone By the US. Drone Psych Unfortunately guys one hundred one hundred tenuous servicemembers have also been subsequently diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries. Or TBI's who were involved in that attack. So that's a bummer. Sound good yeah. It's not good initially kind of. Yeah it was they were. Their base was pounded with bombs. Basically the majority of the service members were like bunkers scattered around the base Below this is the same time. They shot down the plane to exactly that they were shooting. Missiles Willy Nilly shot down a passenger plane and then they they hit this building but no one died when against the brains gun scrambled. So bummer. But the reason I wanted to cover this because I wanted to point out that traumatic brain injuries. Big PROBLEM FOR OUR RETURNING Soldiers Service. People Service people all around the globe but You know it's not good initially reports guys from the US top brass indicated that there were no injuries after the January attacks but following the attack. A number of troops troops started exhibiting concussion like symptoms prompting a further medical review Quick Recap also guys because I feel like this got missile back in March and other rocket attack struck Camp Taji Iraq killing three US coalition members including two Americans who were active duty Army and air force and one British military person This happened as the krona thing was getting crazy The air for the attack which is also to believed to have been executed by the iranian-backed militia groups has led to the installation of Patriot. Missile launchers and two other short range defense systems interact. So that's good We'll have less potentially tax but again there hasn't been retaliation Hopefully tax stop But we gotta figure what's going on in there with that Wars are going to start kicking back up as soon as this coronas over. Yeah people are pissed wasps everywhere Obviously not to steal any dollar from the armed forces the heroes over there but one thing that not a lot of people are talking about. I've read a few articles but all the all the nurses and doctors and people here there have. Ptsd they're getting PTSD like as we speak. Oh Yeah it's like a war for all these frontlines dramatic. I don't know what's going to happen but people need to start thinking about you. Know hundreds of thousands of people with PTSD on our soil that that didn't come back from home state at home it worked. We've gotTa talk about boneless we gotta talk about brain injuries. We gotTA talk about that. That generally in our culture a lot more. Because it's a it's a real thing. Yeah much coverage in America for all that stuff. Totally all right guys. We'll kick it over to Russia where it is not a good time to be a Russian or Russia A story I covered yesterday. There Corona virus cases are skyrocketing another day of over ten thousand new cases there yesterday now over one hundred forty five thousand cases and hospitals and frontline. Healthcare workers are just completely overwhelmed. Just like Pat. Said they're going to have some. Ptsd over there as well. They'RE GONNA have to deal with from these. People are working long shifts. They're not sleeping their stress. The fuck out now. The spike in cases is because they are testing a ton of people in Moscow around forty thousand people a day. Now so that's what they're tributing the spikes to but Russia's probably end up being one of the top three hardest hit countries in the world when this is all said and done. It's looking like Putin feeling the pressure and Health Care Workers In the past two weeks Three frontline healthcare workers have fallen slash jumped slash been pushed from hospital windows resulting in two of them. Dying and the third is clinging to life right. Now that's a bad outbreak. There maybe they. Maybe they dislike Got New cleaning stuff for the floors and they're slippery. Yeah there. There has been an issue at hospitals leaving windows open. Maybe that'll help. Was it the same window? Is it a big win of the only other country? That really had this problem. Right was Italy right well. There was there was a couple of nurses that that jumped because they were distraught because they thought they'd given some people right the virus. I think one way to kill theirself at home. I don't know if this Russian wants her suicide. Now the Russians are a little different guys. Russians are a little different so this was on. These are okay suicide thing in Russia. People easy to get killed. You know what I mean people. Yeah I think we're going to get to these. People were running. Their mouth will say the wrong thing. Suicide Yeah so on Saturday. An ambulance doctor by the name of Alexander Shula Pof. I'm back on April twenty second. He took the social media. Which by the way bad moving Russia taking social media just not good. Just don't do it. It's bad for you unless you work on. It live on the first floor. I would advise against doing that right. Yeah just don't take to social media to do anything unless you're praising Putin if you have any vulnerable relatives taking social media should be avoided at all costs. This doctor took to social media with a colleague to complain about the medical supply shortage and that he was being forced to continue to work. Even though he had tested positive for krona virus Three days later. He went back on video and retracted a statement. Because that's what you do in Putin's guys put a gun to your head in the middle of the night and tell you to do that His new version was that he was in an emotional state when he made the first video. So disregard please But then after the the flip book whereas just a stick figure getting pushed out of a window through but but Saturday. That's you know. The killers are not decorated artists. Straight flip book. He's lucky like anyone knows where he is but Saturday. He fell from a hospital window fractured his skull and is in critical condition. So he was a little mouthy and it looks pretty shady to me This past Friday. Yelena knepper Nar Shara. That's a long fucking last name. I'm sorry I butchered it because she Has passed away the the then acting chief position of a hospital for war veterans in Krasnoyarsk who fell from a fifth story window back on April twenty fifth died. Apparently she oppose turning that hospital into Corona Virus Hospital and then had this mishap and then there was a nurse who they say jumped to her death after. She was accused of giving Some higher ups the Krona virus when she was tested positive so that one might be a suicide but the first one the guy that's in critical condition. Sounds like Putin job to me. He landed on a pussy riot city. Yeah so you do over there. Making him tend to himself. Medically.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Real fake wipe sleep from your is Our fucking wipes even eleven. Am Not right away. But you do like. Rub Your eyeballs. I don't think I'd do. Jared rubs his eyeballs like even the middle of the day. When I'm like when I when I'm rubbing my eyes means I'm tired and it's not a con- he's he's he's like a kid. He rubs rubbed my eyes get tired but it's not like around them it's like on the eyeball like oh you're talking like that. It looks like it's painful to me not feel so good you. I don't like the way that you said now John. Now you have sleep in your eyes. What now you have something in your eye you got fucking to do. It's a whole fuck into We've got Alex in Connecticut once. Talk about sleepwalking. Alex what's up? Hey guys how you doing pretty good so I I wanted to get your take on this About sleepwalking so I of all things. Sleepwalking IS WAY. Worse than sleep talking. I agree in case in point. My Dad's we had an in ground pool. That was ten feet deep. Growing up and so I woke up pretty early pillow on a outdoor table. That was Next to the pool like that's weird. My Dad came downstairs and was like Oh anything happen last name. I don't know. He said that he slept walk outside. Woke up outside with his feet right next to the pool and it was covered so if he fell in like. That would've been almost game over 'cause nobody knew where he was so sleepwalking. Takes the cake for me in my eyes. Yeah I'd rather die than tell my secrets. Also I think it's bullshit. I WANNA jump into a pool. This year covered. I don't think you drown. I think he's guilty on top. Yeah no I WANNA pool covers. There was an fall in Rhode Island. What am I walking fishing a net? I'll get out of that. Fuck I had A. I had to rescue someone from that because this is when the food is harder than you think that it is they were going to find out the summer. The first ever latex came out and someone passed out into a covered pool. And that's because you have you have. Yeah if you're but if you're asleep his whole wake you up. Why don't know John? I don't sleepwalk say five water weeks. I've seen stepbrothers. They beat the shit out of each other and they wake up. I don't know maybe a but I'm just talking about is a capable human being who is conscious. I think I could fall into one of those things and get out. Just fine okay. I agree with that but I think I do. Actually I think that sleep walking is probably much more dangerous but I would rather sleep. Walk then talk. Yes because I agree with you. I'd rather die than who knows what would come out of my mouth. Spiders probably yeah. What's at sputter and not like straight up outside? A think like a pitchers through until like Indian style. Probably what it is. You get a bunch of them calling your mouth. Every night we sleep. They do say that they say yeah. I think it's kind of a urban legend. No no you think you've set spiders per year. I don't know if it's per year but I've definitely had a lot of bugs in my mouth as most like most people have willingly. Unwilling unwilling unwillingly in your sleep. Spy For sure in REMM cycle spiders. Do you see like when you're awake in your apartment. Probably not many no. I'm saying like where I used to live in a basement. Before I moved to New York I lived In the basement of like a four storey house and there were spiders everywhere. Yeah everywhere like when I first moved in because I was like. Oh so this guy's like renting out the house and he probably didn't use the basement so that's why there's a bunch of spires down here so I sucked them all up with the vacuum. They were all fucking webs are everywhere and then after living there for a few months I was like. Oh No these things are here to stay at these guys like. They live here to speeches. We will not go quietly into the like. I'd like there would be some mornings. I wake up. Go to my shower. And they're just like a fucking huge spiderweb in the shower like a big spider. And now that you'd kill it and then like a few weeks later they're back. Yeah do we lived in the basement? I we'd had we had rats in our cabinets. Would here and there was a loud neighbors guys. Can you just quiet down again wrestling around the cabinets guy over the Cabinet? Let you out but you can you. Can you quiet down? Twelve thirty? Replace figuring out the morning. We got glue traps at one night. One Night I came home after work. So it's like seven. Pm Base. It was pitch black. Yeah and I walked into my My by my apartment and like six of them were stuck on one glue trap visit it was. I didn't even know what that noise is where I forgot about the glue traps. Yeah so I walk in and just all we squeal in trying to get out and I fucking finally I run out. I was terrified. I didn't know what the crying screaming was. Yeah so I just thought that was a baby in there. Run out fucking realize radstock glue traps. I get shovel in the go in. They turn lights on non stop. You know so I go turn lights. They had been gnawing off their own legs. Why should know so I pick up a glue trap run out? Just throw it in the street. What the you know what I thought he was going to say. I thought he was going to say. Took the shovel and start beating the ship Had A car run them over? St was actually in our back. A little sliding glass door that we're on What was the Huntington Hathaway hathaway? It's wrong with the just threw out into the back alley and then like three days later. Trashing was just flattened. All of them are still on it or did they get away. No I mean it was flattened so maybe one got away. I couldn't tell at this point. They were one final. Berg. Aka the Jigsaw. Did you hear why did with one of the dead mice owner Kevin's desk.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The unique podcast here so that news the hathaway hathaway news comes right before we start and then just before we go to the intro. Get a note a slight bit of breaking news which will not be breaking news by the timeless gets released on Thursday but basically I was asking about an appeal would he appeal it. I was reminded that the final level of appeal here is with the Commissioner Schnur because it's a suspension that's under six games it can't go to an independent arbitrator so hathaway the capitals and the Players Association have to believe that Gary Bettman is going to change Colin Campbell's ruling and Batman has said before that he has the right if an appeal comes to him to also increase the suspension correct. So I have a feeling the capitals and hathaway are GonNa let this go. You think this might be streisand effect. Fact if you draw too much attention to it other than just letting the three game slide because it becomes too much of a mainstream story no I I don't get anything to do with the public reaction or the mainstream extreme story or anything like that to me. These appeals come down to the players. Think they can win them. Does the Players Association think they can win them. I remember one a couple years years ago player. Got A big suspension and the player told me he was going to appeal and then I actually reported that and then a day later the note came back. I'm not going to appeal. And the reason why they humid his agent. Were walk through the situation by and they were told they had no chance of winning and I think the Players Association didn't want the precedent they didn't want that's what it all comes down to the lawyers and they didn't want anything that said that if we did this kind of thing they were going to lose. So I'm looking at this and I'm seeing a situation where this cannot go past the commissioner and I don't think they're gonNA WANNA test that I could be wrong. It's happened once or twice. I don't think they're gonNA test that. We'll see if this story becomes a theme throughout the podcast as Elliot continues to send off tax x and e mails looking for more clarification or what may happen next In this situation meantime hungry flames. And you're right about players flagged Johnny Guerrero and Jankowski and for leak and even the head coach Bill Peters. Where's Brad for living right now with his team? I thought you were actually playing. Where's Waldo there for a couple of seconds like where is bridge leading? Act Fine Brad. He was hitting me Brad. Trilogy Trilogy was in Toronto. GM meetings and I think he was scheduled to go meet his team. Neither Saint Louis or Philadelphia because that's where they're headed off to look. There were these rumors the other day or sometimes it's tough to tell like because I am a reporter. Sometimes you write things because you know them and sometimes you write things because you're throwing stuff against against the wall or you WanNa create discussion. Sometimes you're honestly wondering and sometimes you write things that you know but can actually say you know so. When a few view Calgary reporters start writing about his time to trade Johnny Goudie? I'm sitting there and saying to sack. Is there somebody in the Calorie Organization. That is saying we're going to Trade Johny Gujral now and my best answer is no. They're not going to do that first. Of all he's a career shooter of about twelve and a half percent. He's about seven point eight right now. Oh I think that's a pretty strong analytics organization. I think they pay attention to a lot of stuff and I think they look at it like we recognize that. Put it this way. I do think he wants to make moves but I don't think he's doing major surgery until either A. This season's lost or he takes stock of it throughout the summer. You know this is a GM just got an extension three additional years to this one so he's got time he's not under pressure to do that. Don't think though. Oh that's with the Calgary flames and everything that happened last season that before it gets to the point where the season has lost. Something won't happen. I find it tough left to sit here and think that bradberry living won't just see what happens and then make moves once. It's past the point of no return. I think he'd like to make moves now if he could. He's looking for a right winger. I heard you know I've heard Mark Jankowski's name out there. I could see teams being interested in Marchenko. Always having an awful start to this year. He's got no. Oh points in twenty one games. I mean this is a guy who scored thirty one goals last two years. Seventeen hundred one and fourteen in the other. I mean there's a player there. He's a center a bigger guy. I know it's hard to find centers and from what I understand. Teams are looking at him and saying well got no no points and he's looking at the Saints Guide thirty goals the last two years. So as you know when you're drowning they're not throwing your life. preservers hands fast. You know last year we talked about this vis-a-vis the oilers oilers and I think you and I had the conversation what does it make it worse for Edmonton given. How Successful Calgary is during the year? Are we at the point. Now where we say the same thing but reversed making the Calgary situation worse is the work the play the everything right now. The oilers colors. I think that's for fans and I get it fans or fans but if you're running an organization like that you're doomed you're doomed so the other guy has a better year than us so we've got a completely change everything we're doing. That's what dom organizations do and I don't think the flames will do that. I mean look. The people are making the comparisons early in the year about Neil for luggage deal as far as I'm concerned if you're caliber you just gotTa let that Go. You made your decision and whatever happens happens. Opens the choices over. Can't change history. Let's go so I don't worry about stuff like that and I would hope for their sake. They're not worrying about that either. Okay so so if Bradford living. Dan is looking to be frisky in the trade market outside of Mark Jankowski. Who could some targets be? I think that Some of the other guys they're gonNA look at internally. I mean for League has been out there for a while. You know t j Brodie had been went through a scary situation where they're very optimimistic about his long-term future. But you know it probably means nothing is happening there that you know the one name. I've heard that I think is really interesting. As all over Schilling ten and and you know you're Oliver Shillings. In story he played for four teams in his draft year. The flames are really happy. They traded up to get them sixtieth breath overall. I remember two years before that draft. They're saying he's GONNA go number two and it looked like a very astute pick and I think it's still looks like a various pick but you know schilling teams up with the big team right now but he's only played about twelve thirteen minutes a game and I hear he wants to play more now. I don't think the lanes are really looking to do this but I think they know that they can if they want to and I'm curious to see what what kind of nibbles they get on Chillington. They're also not close from what I understand on extension with Travis Hammock. I think there's a wide side disagreement between what they're willing to offer and what hammock would lake and if that doesn't change closer to the trade deadline I think you could see him. I'm get moved but right now. You Know Jankowski Schilling ten. They're kind of out there. You know what is that get you. Does that get you some short short term relief. Because I think he'd like to do something not that it was ever burner team to begin with but just as an eyeball observation every time I watch cognitive doggone it just seems slower than whomever they're playing with. and I know that speeds never gonNA be Sean Montanes main accents But it's not just him and I know we've talked about Matthew Chuck And he's not Pavel Beret. He brings other things to the game. That are certainly valuable but at the end of it doesn't it. Just look like Calgary slow well especially with Guterro not going right and when we were out at the outdoor Game Regina one of the flames told me that he gains the Blue Line like normally does but then he's really struggling making place the players had to me. It's almost as if he's not processing shing it like he normally does and you can see it. The thing is and you see this with Goodra. Sometimes the season he's struggling and some players do this and I think Johnny Guidroz one of the when they're struggling. They try to do more than they should to compensate. Yup and I think you see that with Jani. gdre agree or disagree I do do what a Gretzky always say. The best players see the game slower and everybody else. It's almost like he's not doing that right now. Like everything's speeding up. He's rushing rushing to do things and he's all confused and unfortunately because of that it takes Monaghan Down with them because Monahan is the finisher and he's not getting the puck where he needs to do it. I wondered if Montanes name would be out there that they'd be interested in trading him. I didn't find that You know someone told told me. That Calgary asked Monaghan to do some things better on face. Offs is at a career-best percentage is fifty six percent. Be a little heavier and they feel he's done that. If you look at shot chart where does he score from scores during the late in front of the net and I remember looking before game five of Colorado series which was the game where the avalanche knocked them out. He had one shot from the slot. Five on five before game five. If he's not getting it there he can't score. Do you buy the theory that they're still suffering from the avalanche shock and awe campaign from last year's playoffs. I did and then a a couple players dispute it with me at the outdoor game. The one thing I I do believe though Jeff is that I do think there was some thought of. We hit our peak last year too early. We're GONNA wait and now they can't get going and I'll tell you something else to I know. The Peter's thing is coming up. This is a team that gave up on Glenn Gals at the end and Calgary made the coaching change. I think there is a very strong strong feeling organizationally that they're not letting that happen again. Change the coach wants and Gullickson is one of the nicest guys around the Kinda took advantage of that. They're not letting them get away with it again. I've heard the organization feels very strongly about that. Canadian teams That squad in trouble in the West and one Canadian team very much in trouble in the East outside of the playoff picture. Much like Calgary and that is the Toronto Maple leafs.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Get Up!

"Right shoulder impingement carey played through the injury last Thursday against the nuggets than sat out Saturday without Kyri on Monday. The Nets were blown at at home by the Pacers. There's one fifteen to eighty six baseball news. The Twenty Twenty Baseball Hall of fame ballot was announced yesterday features eighteen newcomers headlined by a Yankee shortstop and legend Derek. JETER fourteen time all star five time world series champion. JEETER had three ten. I don't need to read all the numbers on Derek jeter. You don't vote for him for the hall of fame they should take your vote away. It's a simple. I'm not bothering to read all of the numbers. Derek jeter is what are you watching for and then NHL News Washington capitals capitals forward Garnett. Hathaway was ejected from the teams five to win over the ducks on Monday for spitting on an Anaheim player during the second period hathaway hathaway said afterwards he regretted the incident which could spark further punishment from the NHL in the form of a fine or suspension. And then finally a little eye candy here guys and let's take a look at what we've gotten. Give me a little. Play by. Play of Melvin Gordon. Oh get open over then appropriate badger. It is that is tyron math that makes sense though that makes sense for players to jump now because that's safe for the game quick shot jump in stop jumping like this in the wrong spot by wrong one person get hurt you know what people say Anthony. Lynn shouldn't have played. I gotTa say you can't have kids to separate conversation coming up on Gadot. Not much was working for the chiefs last night. Then Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes came up with something.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"Did. He shows Seinfeld Portland though with the on my list I I did Seinfeld with her but yeah I watched an episode of curb last night. Is such a funny show. Yeah it's unreal there. There is a new season of Kirk. There's something like every four year something Oh yeah it's like whenever there David decides the do the show he's he doesn't need to it feels like it. How how much money do those people make off of just Seinfeld I yeah it is unbelievable believable how much money those people make like Jerry Seinfeld? Is I stupidly rich person. Oh yeah any acts like it see a billionaire. He's gotta be a billionaire billionaire. He's probably one of the best things I've ever seen is <hes>. What's that Lady's name? She's a singer. She's not very good ed but she comes up. It's it's a video you can watch on anything on the Internet but Jerry Seinfeld's doing an interview and this lady comes up she <hes> she's blonde hair. She looks kind of dirty. I Dunno she comes up and she's like oh my gosh can I can. I hug you and he has no idea who she is is obviously no. She's like I just want to hug. I think you're great. He's like no. I think it was cashing. Yes Oh it is phenomenal great videos. I know you know just please leave me alone and she leaves and he's he's starts laughing. Who was that I think key started to get the hint that like she was probably famous but he didn't care he didn't care he's like I thought it was just some random fan and he started to like grass? This is a famous person Jason but he didn't you like the show Comedians in cars getting coffee. I've I've not watched a lot of it. I do like it what I have watched. I also love of <hes> his movie <hes> Comedian Jerry seinfeld comedian. I know you went and saw Jerry Seinfeld that do stand tickets. Jerry Seinfeld like this last winter you did me and you don't remember this and it turns out we couldn't use them. I sold them on sub. Oh no I gave them away. No I did. I sold them up. I don't remember this yeah. I got got tickets and we were GONNA go. You mean Marlene Amy and then something came up. None of us could go so. We're just like I think it was. I think it was in the middle of fall. I honestly I think I combining. Oh Yeah. I don't remember the great stand up though you know I I love Jerry Seinfeld. I love that show but from a strictly we stand up perspective. I've never thought he's the funniest totally but <hes> he was extremely funny like I was laughing out loud through through all of that show a great time yeah I remember when you went and then afterwards he talked about forever because it was too because I would want to see him. Regardless this other standup. It's just seeing him and seeing Santa Comedy is probably live is when prime one of my favorite things yeah I've seen <hes> <hes> Louis C. K. three times what we went on. It's that was one of the funniest as I've ever so you. You physically almost feel like you. Can't you laugh so hard that you like. Jerry Brown shirts yeah so I saw Jim Gaffe again one time that was a lot of that would be good. He's he's good but before Louis C. K. was Hannibal bursts. Yes he was really good to that time for like three hours in a row you're laughing uncontrollably and like you said at the end we were all like oh my gosh. This is like painful WanNa laugh anymore. It was really good and then Louis C._k.. Met his demise he's back doing stand up now. He is back but do you really hear about them not like he did like. How did I love that his show Louis Yeah? That was a really good yeah super dry show yeah. It's like dry humor which is Louis C. K. in a nutshell L. though because it felt like you were really watching his life yeah and then he got replaced on Seger life pets even he did. I didn't really got replaced with PAT nozzle. He's good though I do yeah. That was my favorite show. I really am enjoying and I it's off now for the year but is A._p.. Bio Seen I haven't ever watched that that's what the guy from a guy from always sunny patent Oswald Oswald is it oh he's in it to its Glenn Howard Tan Right Yeah Yep. It's a good show. Is it yeah you sure yes one hundred percent <hes> because because that's like a A._B._C. Show is good. It doesn't feel like an A._B._C.. Show really yeah feels a little more risque for A._B._C. because I don't feel like that guy could really really do anything other than you know because it's always sunny is hilarious show. It's basically like I don't know how that's I don't know how that show ever made it because of the crazy things that they do oh and some of the things that get away with the F._X.. Lab Yeah we'll see I'm glad because it's gotta be hard to start there and then branch out into yeah. He's spending a lot of stuff networks. You have to be more a pipe. It's easier for them because they're all writers. Yes not only him but the other guy too and Charlie on the other guy has even bigger writer. I think the Mac Mac he's married to that. Chick that Caitlyn awesome all three of them are in stuff constantly. She did a show called the MIC that David like a lot. It's can't it got cancelled. Actually she was in a couple episodes of curb. I was never realized that the first time I watched it eh a recurring character Cheryl sister who was okay. I didn't know that but yeah it's all she was bitch too. In that that show it was a huge resurgence of Danny Devito get brought Danny Devito back into the spotlight because he's so rich to the point where it's even weird to hear the name Danny Devito because you don't you don't think that Ms Frank Yeah. That's a good show but I should have put and they brought him on like maybe he'd be more of like the straight character. He's more ridiculous than any of them. That's what David was pissed off because we didn't put it's always sunny and then he also also accosted me and throw rocks at me on the street I mean you can put whatever you want. That would probably be in mine now. You're gonNa tell me I can put whatever I want but what I put the good dinosaur. You're literally like I told you to change your opinion that you just an idiot all right alex that's fine so speaking the of Danny de Vito. I think viewers suggestion next week we might do <hes> top ten and top ten worst and top ten best live action Villamil portrayals. I like that he's going to take some think Danny Devito might make that list. We'll see oh he will absolutely the One hundred percent. Maybe not what you think. You never know. You'll have to tune in. We'll see I know cat woman will be on my list both both of them. Maybe yeah yeah well. She's not really the villain. She is one of them in one of them. She is on the other one. She's still a villain. She's not a villain in in her own movie no but she's a very known as the villain but she's a villain in Gotham city and that's what I'm going to take it as yeah well. You can't why she's not a villain in that movie but kept woman in general is a villain that movie was not set in the same universe. Yeah you're right so the other cat woman. Maybe yeah we'll see what's her name Michelle pfeiffer now the other one Halle Berry nope the the other one what other one in Anne hathaway hathaway she's GonNa make your list. Maybe she's barely in that movie. She's still a villain right. I've action villain many yeah. There's a lot T._v.. And movies it was like six T._v.. Movies T._v. and movies holy smokes. There's so many look you're gonna before that next week. You gotTa Watch Gotham the whole series whole series. You have to do your homework to their Mr. I've seen most of it so yeah I know but you also come to the podcast unprepared well when completely unprepared writing on the shoulders of the prowler which is me I carnal actually on the way here I was listening to two episodes ago which I never listen to where we're talking about you having a Purple Cape Eh Purple Beret and about Darkwa then chewing off the heads of Tarkwa dot chickens and the add onto that when you turn into the Prowler at at full moon because that's what we were talking about..

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Four billion. And I'm sure that's love. All right. What he say at least a billionaire. So I will say prices, right? Ron and say five billion both way, high actually. She's actually two point six billion. All right. But think about this. She was a real estate mogul. She wasn't what's his name. Hathaway Hathaway berkshire-hathaway the, the super, Malcolm Forbes. We're in buffet. That long. She made it on television, two point six billion dollars, a lot of money impressive, very impressive. So she was on the list, she was number ten list, wait, really, number one. No, there are others other business women above her. But then, Kylie Jenner. Wayne, Kylie, jenner's above Oprah. No lowest one billion six hundred million for. Yeah. People love. Riyan madonna. Corrected people and people have been saying wrong. Five hundred seventy million dollars. She's got. The money for Madonna, but Madonna, she is an icon, selene the four fifty judge Judy and he guesses how much she made with that goofy show. I know she's loaded on one hundred mil. You're right. Four hundred forty million dollars for that stupid. Judge Judy show which she gets out there. And just just be rates people. I would love that job. Oh, don't spit on my cupcake. And tell me that for that four hundred forty million dollars. Sorry, sir. Oh my God. Let's see three hundred seventy Kim Kardashian Taylor swift three hundred sixty mill Ellen Degeneres three thirty million. Serena Williams two and twenty five million. How about this one? Reef Reese Witherspoon? They actress the actress. Okay, how many great how many movies has she been in was? She wasn't. She the legally blonde chick. Yes. Yeah. Okay. So, so what? Johnny cash walk the line. Okay. All right. So none of them were Academy Award winning performance, but. A few million dollars for that, apparently not. He's got to be into something else. Got this, you can't be making this kind of money and be Reese. Witherspoon you gotta be into real estate investments or something. Two hundred forty million dollars. This is not like we're talking about Julia Roberts is that you know what I mean Reese? Witherspoon. Wow. Got to be into something else. Got to be at the very least she's got a book club. So maybe she's also. Million dollars. But let's be real somebody like padded hers with a lot of books. Rolling became a billionaire. Reese Witherspoon had so much money as bizarre. She's also been acting since she was a teenager. Doesn't matter. It's just it's way too much money for someone who's done. Look, I know she's been a lot of movies, but still. Julia Roberts on the list higher. You'd see Sandra Bullock, zero street. Pedigree witherspoon. Be really good at negotiating contracts, very, very weird. All right. This is rather type of celebrities list here of swabs won't take photos with their fans. Jim Carrey won't do it. Chris Pratt said he doesn't do it. Really? Yeah. A happy guy wants to be pleased with everybody I expect that one Emily blunt Francis McDormand any polar maisy Williams from game of thrones. She's young. So, I would assume why creeper out the Watson, Jennifer Lawrence, Russell Crowe do it, Krissy. Mets from this. I thought all these people were cool man. Cool. Take pictures. Like Chrissy Mets or Emma Watson afraid of once they start those pictures, coming, everybody's. They'll never get out of there. That's one of the reasons why. The kids or having dinner short. Well, I can understand that if you're doing something in your private life. But, like, if you're out promoting a movie or a press tour or something, you won't take a picture with a famous, I would never be famous but you know what I'm saying. Like, if I was stopped by somebody hellos take like a second or two. Yeah. Yeah. Can we get another one? Screw you. Three. Patch of that ten bucks. A pop to the.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Proudly third the big one. Really great to see the men and women of our military honored here in every arena around the National Hockey League. Here's Senate into the hawk zone along the right boards. Brody back to Bennett, right circle. Sends it behind the net back one. They'll carry it around dropped at the left point here. Donald long wrist shot from their deflected off the stick of ca-. Chuck the next Chuck got it back in behind guilty. How are you? Meeting it there for Bennett, then been coughed up the puck to the left wing boards. Brandon Saad shot it across the rink picked off the line by back. Linda Bennett down the doubling back with Sadhana backtracking effort to strip it away. From Bennett people put the puck out the end boards GOP Har you pass up the right side, the tapes at the hotline Donna was able to strip away then took it back and put the puck across by Neil. Neil dump the puck for the right corner hawk zone. Keith racing back to get it in front of the moves it behind the hawk net up the right side Yoshiharu he'd coughed it up non Giovanni the other way along the goal line and then in behind the hawk net where he fell awkwardly and flung the puck out the sends up at center ice. Saad was held up. Crawford's lost his goal stick the high net. Trying to get to Mont you've got the puck left corner hawk zone. Mary's in behind the hawk net. Lease it there. Neil the left wing boards. Ryan to the deep slot Hannifin with a one timer that he will take the ice. And he drives at high around the left wing glass and down, and I think called against the hawks Crawford can get his stick. Now. One twenty three left in the second three to Calvary. Desperation mode for he's got no stickers out fire down as do whatever. We can to get here. Tired guys on the ice? Job for Corey. This game. We all around the area. Home's been tossed out of there. It's going to be money against David camp. Camp wins the draw hard you behind the net passing up the right side. Couldn't clear the zone kept in at the left point. Mike tiling Lincoln put the puck down the boards. You pushes to center ice camps. Got the puck over the line right lane. Who? Tuck rides around the nearside burger gave it a Seabrook at the line. He'll slap it over to the left wing corner claims zone. Knocked down on the far side, Rasmus, Sanderson and across checking call will be made here. Anderson is in disbelief from the call. Given a referee steep hills area near fall as he heads the recount repelling. Industry. Game right now. That's a good thing. I think for the Blackhawks because it just doesn't seem like they've developed any energy on the road right now. Here's another opportunity undisciplined play by the defense to cross check down through the ice. Feeling good power play for the hot one for three. Hawks control off the draw. Yawkey hire you in a high fly gave it a cane top circle game flips it along the taste back to Kane left wing corner workers way free from a check of Hathaway Hathaway falls down. He might be on the puck in the far corner. Caves in their scraping added. As is as our hammer. Neck, and Donna were the flame thirty seconds left in the period. The flames are okay with this because it just melts the penalty clock. Running for the puck in that corner. It's been about ten fifteen seconds. They're finally pulled out. I came a circle move in front of the flames way to stick on the ice to knock it away. It was Derek Ryan the right wing corner. Debrincat's got the puck tried to pull it out of a pile there. Nine seconds left debrincat. Got it out of the right circle. Scoops it over to Kane left corner with four against that fire Smith down with a butterfly save holds the puck, and we have less than a second left in the period. One. Oh, three left on the minor penalty. Anderson free to Calgary in the faceoff will stay in the plane's onto the right of Smith. Shop the park here blow, the whistle. Wants to check the time real quickly here. Look like they're gonna add anything on here. I don't know if you could store point four of a second. Right. Seasons heating air conditioning plumbing faceoff roller as they dropped down blew the whistle. And that's that so two periods are in the books here at the United Center claims lead in three to two shots on goal Calgary leading there as well. Twenty eight to sixteen sixteen is a one shot improvement over the game in Calgary for the total game, which was sixty minutes. Hawks only could muster fifteen shots that night here after two sixteen and they'll take a minute and three seconds of citgo fueling good power play time into the third period along with a fresh sheet of ice and is going to be a huge power play opportunity for the Blackhawks get everybody fresh. Everybody reset minimized some of the damage in a way the Calgary. Flames able to score a couple quick goals on the five minute. Major to Chris Kunitz who will not return to this game getting a major and a game misconduct. And then you look at the ability of the Blackhawks to battle back with their own power play. Jay. James Neal crashed into Corey Crawford crease area and drew a minor penalty. I want to make sure that the guys inside the locker room to put that little energy. It's been stirred up. That's a good thing. Little energy, a little emotion is not a bad thing. You're absolutely right jobs. When you got a team that's motivated anyway. And you add the emotional component into it. I think it just makes them that much that much more tuned up to you gotta get know negative emotion. Any kind of emotion is better than no motion. And that goes back to the John McEnroe theory of why he always snapped. I didn't have the energy. I just would get mad at myself and get snapping at yell at everybody and pick up my own energy heartless. Join our guest downstairs it's Dylan Strom and Dylan. Thanks for joining us here. Hey, man, you just pick up your second goal is a Black Hawk and it was an exciting. One a nice backhanded to beat Mike Smith girl linemate from junior Alex debrincat assisting on the goal not going to get much better than that. Those those power play we had some chances, and then they came off and just got a quick break craw made a great to throw it up and then brings me to pass. And luckily. Over his love. So I was going to get back in the game. And hopefully would go on to start here. Dylan John, and I were talking before you came on the air here that the energy that has kind of started developing this game is a good thing for you guys. Because it's it's getting your rate involved back in this game. Mentally, how important as you move into this third period is this power play opportunity in this game. Yeah, for sure it's huge north. Oh, you actually planned pretty well. We give up a lot of shots early. But no Crosby standing tall. And now they got tools on on a five minute power play which knows questionable call. But now, that's the way it goes. So we gotta find a way back in and hopefully we can get to power play goals ourselves. Hi, this is so important as you move forward here, you know, sometimes when you're looking to get back into the game getting pucks in deep it force Calgary to play on their heels in their own into the ice. Exactly where we've been colored there a few times in our own zone where you know, either. The couldn't get off for a forward or something. So we gotta find a way to get pucks out and begun the lines of the judge has been talking about that a lot be good at the lines data help us out. So we do that in deepening. It's harder for them to obviously you get three chances. I'm just more chances for us. Was doing that. All sounds good. And I don't know how long it's been since you've had a two goal night. But maybe tonight could be one of those nights. Go get him in the third. We appreciate it. Sounds good to me. All right. Thank you for the deal when Strom after two periods the flames lead it three two two Chris Boden to standing by a Blackhawks central with a full intermission report. And then back to the United Center for third period action with the hawks starting it off on the power play. You're listening to Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN..

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Com again use promo code Larry thank you very much for the. Call that's why I was criticizing the actress Anne Hathaway who last week Put out something on. Social media about the murder of a, young woman named NIA Wilson She and her. Sister were attacked by a. Guy in when they. Were at the. Bus station in Oakland the two sisters are black the assailant is white he's been arrested. The authorities say that, there's nothing so far that indicates the attack was, because, of race the suspect's family says he's been suffering from mental illness that did not. However stop the woman's family from accusing the, man of attacking these sisters because of race Anne Hathaway puts out. A statement and says white. People have no idea how difficult it is for black people I'm paraphrasing a black people everyday fear I would happen to to this young lady really And as I said last week blacks committee disproportionate daily high percentage of. Hate crimes compared to, the thirteen percent of the population whites commit a, disproportionately, low percentage of hate crime compared to their percentage of the population and Hathaway was. Talking about violent crime between blacks and whites, there are annually about four hundred thousand of such violent crimes in. My violent I'm talking about. Murder of course attempted murder manslaughter rape assault with a weapon Eighty five percent. Of the cases it is a. Black assailant and a white victim only fifteen percent the other way around so I'm not quite sure. What had Hathaway Hathaway's doing other than making things worse now I. Want to get back to the experts in the. Obama administration, Larry Summers was. His one of his secretaries of, treasury, here he is in March two, thousand seventeen saying there's no data that suggests we're. Moving towards the three, percent economy, I've been worried for, some time I've said it on set it on your show that we may be seeing a kind of sugar high sugar high's tend to be followed by much less happy periods so this is two months into the Trump. Presidency March thirty two thousand seventeen and here Larry Summers is. Saying okay there, may be a temporary, bump but, it's just, a, sugar high sugar marketers Konami Well It isn't clear that we're going to get a sugar high beyond the market because you, are you have seen for some, time highly optimistic. Sentiment you know the GDP figures for the first. Quarter most people don't think they're going to be very. Good on the other, hand there's something screwed up because the first quarter is always always, week so I don't know what to make of. That but certainly if you use the standard of what the administration has held out the hope for three to four percent, growth there is nothing in any data suggesting that we're moving towards that three to four percent growth. Standard that's Larry. Summers One of Brock Obama's former secretaries of treasury there's nothing, in the data that suggests we're moving towards a three percent GDP great nothing there former secretary of. Treasury and expert Here's. Obama June twenty sixteen President Obama but for those folks who lost their job right, now because, a plant went down to Mexico That isn't gonna make you feel better and so what we have to do is to make sure that folks. Are trained for the job that are. Coming in now because some of those jobs of the, past are just not gonna come back And when somebody says Like the. Person you just mentioned he won't say Trump's name that's. We through ferring to I'm not going. To advertise for that he's gonna bring. All, these jobs back well how exactly are you? Going to do that what? Are, you gonna do well he's going to cut. The corporate tax rate he's gonna unburden manufacturers with all of the stupid regulations that you put on. To fight climate change that's one thing. He's going to do There's? There's, no answer to it he just says I'm. Gonna I'm gonna go shared a better deal well how what how exactly are you weren't to negotiate. But what magic wand do you have And usually? The answer is you don't have an, answer what magic wand do you have Is called allowing people to keep their own money to. Take an invest safe. Donate far more efficiently and productively. That can government more, on this on the other side Adam. Said this about.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Fucking those brave call, which is with those racks. We're just talking with people. That's right. Todd, play the game. We all hate this play as Pucca were black. People go out. A lot of goals differ articles will make us feel fuck with. And we five point scores from zero to hydrate, animals of twenty five. Today's contestants is everybody was again. All right. Everybody. And Hathaway calls out white privilege in passionate post about the unspeakable murder of Neo Wilson. Okay. And and had the way is user platform for powerful cause outrage about a fatal stabbing of eighteen year old Neha Wilson by white man, the Oscar winning actress, dedicated Instagram post to honor the young black woman. Wilson at her sister's Ovide attack was stabbed at the Bart MacArthur station in Oakland, California, July twenty second. That's the story covered, right? Yes. The murder Hathaway put this on Instagram, the murder of Neil Wilson, and there's a picture of NIA. Some Allan may she rest in power and peace. She was denied here in the p. she was denied here is people and must not be met with our. She is not a hashtag. She was a black woman and she was murdered in cold. I don't know what was okay. That was okay. She was murdered in cold blood by white man. White people including me, including you must take into the marrow of our privileged bones, the truth, all that all black people fear for their lives daily in America, ABC done. So for generations, white people do not have equivalent for this fear of violence giving those givens. We must ask are white cells. How quote unquote decent? Are we really not in are not in our intent, but in actions in our lack of action question Mark peace and prayers and Justice for near end. The Wilson family ex- ex- note, the comments for this post are close has had come on black lives. Matter hashtag anti-racist hashtag, no excuse has hacked, say, has earned the right to say her name com. Our own town, somebody gotta a whole. The her and somebody opened up a is that she actually looked. 'cause sometimes when people I met, they closed the is run cheese, actually, look and was like, oh, this is really fucked up. She's like, it ain't no miss an had their way. Okay. The Saint Anne Hathaway. Right. And she was like, I meant what I say. I'm turning to comment. I'll 'cause I know you're bath is going say shit to me. No, you're not going to do what you gotta sit and stew in the shit. Wow. I did not know that. Of course, some people were upset with her Carcelle Hayden white bitch who costly does the most again, his approval of black people on live so fucking pathetic. Crazy saying why people would never feel feel like black people is wrong. Another critic comment under older folks. There's thousands of white girls in the world who are too scared to leave at home. They've been abused rate and traffic, man. There's many white girls who have been murdered by me. Like it like I get it if you're privileges HALE and every white woman is the same as you, but that's not how it works. Racism is gusting why sprints needs to die for some of the stuff you says just wrong. Damaged upon us statement Hathaway Hathaway's not only celebrities, big for Wilson. Amber Tamblyn also posed by murderous week, though. Some accuser shaming white women. I'm waiting for your favorite wife images to say a single word about Neil Wilson's. She put clone and she put a that was a quote from somebody else delay in the brain. And so she took that picture and put it on Instagram at said, she is absolutely right. My fellow white women. Where does your outrage on social media for the targeted murder of Neil Wilson Oakland speak up. I can't hear you. Half is Todd lifts. All female boats hashtag near Wilson hashtag reposed at d'alene to brain like our motives. Maybe I don't know what I've learned over the last six months that are issues are still not their issues. So I had to stop following so many of them who who could be silent on the violence towards the US. I trade it towards us. I try to voice his for at Rachel Carson. She put. Like a bunch of people to follow and others..

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The time this weekend to remember those who died to ensure our freedoms couple of minutes we have i wanted to couple of the few minutes we have left i wanted to transition over to another american an american that probably was i wanna say an american icon and i think he probably has become one warren buffett the oracle of omaha some say the greatest investor of all time he recently held the berkshire hathaway annual meeting and as usual people were interested in what he had to say people want to you know want stock investing advice from the billionaire for those you don't know berkshire hathaway hathaway is one of the most valuable companies in the world and buffet has developed a global following an investors who seek to emulate buffett's stock picking skills i want to say most people try to say they invest like warren buffett but having an associate who recently sold his company to mr buffett berkshire hathaway style hooded investing that i don't know the really applies to the average american the meeting itself last some six hours subjects included the outlook on potential trade war his love of apple stock his stake of dollarbuying google or amazon has healthcare venture with amazon j p morgan chase his differences with tessler tesla ceo elon musk but the underlying theme buffet who is eighty seven is bull bullish bullish bullish on the american toy boat to about as bullish on the american future of america as well as the future of his company berkshire hathaway and i think that's you know i was last week and before last week ago thursday friday i was in san diego for transamerica you know the pyramid people had a conference i was i was lucky enough to get invited i got a chance to speak and but one of the speakers that i i wanted to make sure i listened to was andy friedman the washington report haven't had a chance go check him out that's andrew friedman the washington report i sean on the markets buffets bul bul sean the the the markets and friedman was able to at least give some backup information so if anybody wants i believe i can share the slides because there's nothing in there that was proprietary in their brazilian wanted to let me know but i think things are looking positive i.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on KGO 810

"The national holiday so take the time this weekend to remember those who died to ensure our freedoms a couple of minutes we have i wanted to a couple of the few minutes we have left i wanted to transition over to another american an american that probably was i wanna say an american icon i think he'd probably has become one warren buffett the oracle of omaha some say the greatest investor of all time he recently held the berkshire hathaway annual meeting and as usual people were interested in what he had to say people want to you know want stock investing advice from the billionaire for those you don't know berkshire hathaway hathaway is one of the most valuable companies in the world and buffet has developed a global following an investors who seek to emulate buffett's stock picking skills i want to say most people try to say they invest like warren buffett but having an associate who recently sold his company to mr buffett berkshire hathaway it's a style hooded investing that i don't know the really applies to the average american the meeting itself last some six hours subjects included the outlook on potential trade war his love of apple stock historic of buying google or amazon his healthcare venture with amazon j p morgan chase his differences with tessler tesla ceo elon musk but the underlying theme buffet who is eighty seven is bull bullish bullish bullish on the american toy boat to about is bullish on the american future of america as well as the future of his company berkshire hathaway and i think that's you know i was last week the weekend before last week ago thursday friday i was in san diego for transamerica you know the pyramid people had a conference i was i was lucky enough to get invited i got a chance to speak and but one of the speakers that i wanted to make sure i listened to andy friedman the washington report haven't had a chance go check him out that's andrew friedman the washington report hey eyeball sean on the markets buffets bul bul sean the the the the market and freedman was able to at least give some backup information so if anybody wants i believe i can share the slides because there's nothing in there that was proprietary in their wanted to.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Friendshipping!

Friendshipping!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Friendshipping!

"Oh no i'm gonna live through the day with only ten hours of sleep i don't know delicate little flower i feel very similarly about thor ragnarok oh i just watched that i so i sat in the theaters a couple of times i loved it like that but i want to watch the bonus content as well but i've been putting it off because i'm going to specifically want to watch it with carlin because i saw in lovely here but great hall my god just like you know you feel this way about star wars you know when there's a cast that like you know the casting director has the same taste in men and women and everybody as you do absolutely yes i get it yeah i know where you're coming from i feel that way about like the christian bale other than christian bale the batman cast totally all like tom hardy of joseph gordon levitt anne hathaway hathaway i i didn't know you had a think for an hatheway really like her in the batman movies she was so fascinating to watch those and if you're a hater stick it where the sun don't shine yet but really really cram it up there now she's so talented and she's so talented in like so many ways and then she's also so beautiful and it's just like how how dare god bless this person i fell in love with anne hathaway when she was being followed once by paparazzi harassed and she was walking your dog and she took her dogs poop like she begged it up like as you're supposed to do and then she put it on the windshield of the paparazzi.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"So he leaps past the microsoft cofounder bill gates and berkshire hathaway hathaway ceo warren buffett's is the amazon shares that have made him such a millionaire of course because amazon people just talk about him is on now oh did you get only amazon oh you're getting delivered on amazon area the amazon prime yeah did you watch it on amazon yeah i mean i can't tell you how many times i hear that a week of anything i need a part for the car o amazon they had had a good price get delivered in two days and that's the thing speedy economical has everything this makes people's lives easier so he was smart he tapped into a big bad market and the big bad market is we need it now the need it now market and you can get it to us pretty at a great price pretty fast so why wouldn't i go why wouldn't i go to amazon when i have a chance to give something as fast as possible a good price and i know it's going to be fine and if it's not you have great return policy if something happens them it's not kosher for whatever reason i know that it is going to be fine 'cause you're gonna you're going to give me my money back right and that's the thing so that's the thing about amazon because this happened to us so we're something was not what was supposed to be piece of cake no worries did anything didn't even try to do verbal jumping jacks with you on the phone i mean i guess if you were habitual and it was ridiculous and you were red flag dan i don't know even then boom just it's gone no problem and i love that i love the customer service in customer service is lacking today in so many areas so i'm going down rabbit hope it's i think that's why jeff basis was able to capitalize the way he was able to capitalize because of that all right so um let's move onto this nathan's read hastings do you know who he is a netflixing gathers read hastings he says he has no interest in an inclusion writer for diversity that's what frances mcdormand throughout when she was ending her oscar speech which means it's in a.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All eyes ears nose toes all that could step will be focused on omaha and berkshire hathaway this weekend warren buffett in his annual letter to investors pay colin says a lot about that she's investing team leader bloomberg news in our bloomberg 1130 studios allah or lack never heavily happy friday yahoo are warren buffett we love to hear about this letter just remind us all the kind of things he packs into this letter yes it's really interesting because each year he writes an annual letter to shareholders so he not only drops his earnings report like a lot of other companies do but he writes like an essay where he talks about things that happen with the company last year but then also opines on things that are happening around the world like politics or current events or even broader investment and he writes it in a way that is accessible to owners of berkshire hathaway hathaway and followers of the company that are ordinary people who have invested from kansas tell alaska as well as sophisticated investors who are fund managers in in berkshire hathaway as well so it's really interesting it's fessing nateing just had him talk because he's got so many different companies that kind of you know play into different industries if you will so if he comments on any of them it's good to know absolutely and that's why he is sort of a an oracle of lessons not only on sao a glove on my heart i held myself that oh there's go there doing doing but also he he really does have his finger on the pulse of the economy as well because as you said his company owns be nsf a huge railroad it owns dairy queen an ice cream shop all around the country hey owns pattern company and then also they have a huge stock portfolio and are the biggest shareholders or one of the biggest shareholders and companies from cocacola's apple to wells fargo a big issue to is his successor at this point right absolutely his and that is what we're on the lookout for for day in the annual letter to be released tomorrow morning he's made some news already this year of ballot that he's basically pointing towards to keep people in.

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"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on X96

X96

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"hathaway hathaway" Discussed on X96

"Com slash drivenow well that's what's his name mug tanja chuck todd also a taxidermist kerry found that so fast all of it he now he said this centipede he caught it and they they will bite is hugh earlier allow and that's not a there's a better picture because it chose a him holding a perspective at us manhattan but he says i caught him on i put him in a buck that he was still alive and he stood up in the bucket like a cold rods nightmare fuel he crawled out of that bucket four or five times before i got him in there even eventually managed to get the santa pete inside a plastic bag and froze it in a freezer after it died i took it out and bought it next couple of days a put him in some a piece of styrofoam borden pindi now injected him with formaldehyde in areas man oh man man i'm on the wall yeah yeah he did i just my skin is crawling through uh as this i think this is a vietnamese they're called vietnamese centipedes uh and if you are bitten by wanted says you would expect exterior experience extreme pain he has fight is just really hard bat redmi round the by any in rare cases uh you could have caused death but there but they're not poisonous set that cady air hack via the on damage they're not poisonous net really necessarily although you can get you know like an award gic reaction or something to them all right uh pretty creepy huh yeah uh the a utah set all me to destroy iom amazon yes let's a jeff these home berkshire hathaway at so rc willie warren buffett warren buffett they owned mercy willie k and a jp morgan chase now i don't know too much about jp morgan chase other than it's a you know so financial but i know that uh uh warren buffett berkshire hathaway hathaway is a very wealthy one of the is often on the top of the list of wealthiest men in the world yeah uh and he's also liberal spirit of social liberal particularly uh and jeff bezos of amazon also social liberal with conscience okay i bring these the because they have announced it's amazon berkshire hathaway and jp morgan chase that they are forming an independent health care company too served their employees that's a lot of.

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