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Get Out and Vote Tomorrow for Herschel Walker

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 1 d ago

Get Out and Vote Tomorrow for Herschel Walker

"So Politico has a big article this morning all Republicans are in growing despondent over Herschel Walker losing momentum in Georgia, Raphael Warnock is gaining momentum. Yeah, they could have written that 6 weeks ago. They probably did. You know, voters have a funny way of telling sites like Politico. You're not going to tell us who to vote for. This is obviously an effort. I was talking to the lieutenant governor Pamela Everett of in South Carolina. She was into koa Georgia this morning with my pal Joey Hudson, Joey was doing a remote broadcast from Georgia. South Carolina's neighboring state. A lot of people in South Carolina are helping to get out the vote in Georgia by canvassing and knocking on doors and doing all we can to get Herschel Walker elected to prevent the Democrats from getting outright control of the Senate 51 49 and like Pamela said they write these articles and they do everything they can to suppress a vote and to discourage people from turning up at the turnout in Georgia has been huge. And so there's no reason to despair, get out and vote tomorrow's election day. And Herschel Walker could pull this thing out. He's the underdog. There's no question. He's up against Hollywood. He's up against all the millions and millions of dollars that have been funneled into Georgia, supporting an abortion, a pro abortion pastor. I mean, that's all I need to know. Talk about again. A good versus evil. That really is good versus evil. You think about this. The guy that stands at the pulpit of the ebenezer baptist church is A-okay with late term abortion, is that not evil, creeping into our world?

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The Nervousness of Next Week's Midterm Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | Last month

The Nervousness of Next Week's Midterm Elections

"Numbers are making me nervous. People's confidence is making me nervous. The fear I have is that people are going to get lulled into a sense of false sense of sort of complacency. You can not take this for granted. If the polls are correct, it is neck and neck. I happen to think the polls are not correct. But that I don't want to say that too much because I don't want to discourage you from voting. I voted day before, I guess it was yesterday, right? And it didn't feel right. It felt really weird to participate in early voting. In fact, to be, to be honest, I hated it. I hate not going on election day. But I'm going to be out of town working. I'm going to be in South Carolina at the Piedmont club club Tuesday of the upstate with my buddy Joey Hudson, we're going to be providing election coverage on the Salem news channel and on many of these stations around the country. So tune in right here at all your favorite platforms for our election night coverage coming up Tuesday since I was going to be out of town. I needed to vote.

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Rep. Ralph Norman: Feds Should Not Get Involved in Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

Rep. Ralph Norman: Feds Should Not Get Involved in Elections

"You're right. I'm so encouraged, I've said earlier this morning, congressman, it's almost like it's too good to be true based on some of the numbers that we're seeing on races all around the country. I mean, when you have a New York congressman in trouble whose chairman of the democratic congressional committee have an adopt another 600,000 dollars into his own campaign from the DCC, you know, that kind of tells you where we're headed, I hope. I think it does. And I think you look at all around the country. It's encouraging. But I will tell you what's very upsetting to me when you have a president of the United States back in March issue an executive order for all the governmental agencies to get involved to encourage voter participation. That's not what the agencies are for. It's against the constitution. That's left for the states. It's very concerning, but, you know, I think the sheer numbers this time people that have not voted before will come out. And what have the Democrats got to run on positive? I mean, look at it. They can't run on reduced crime. They can't run on having Americans having the luxury of price reductions. They can't fill the gas. The cart with gas and have any type of relief. I mean, I don't know what they run on, but they're trying to have make words into reality. And it's not going to happen.

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Rep. Ralph Norman: Midterm Predictions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

Rep. Ralph Norman: Midterm Predictions

"Weeks from today, congressman will go to the polls in some very important midterm elections. Many states already started early voting. We started early voting in the South Carolina yesterday. I've talked with several of my friends around. They said that we had some record numbers yesterday, evidently. Tell me what that says to you. Well, a couple of things, Joe and one, I'm excited about the candidates that the Republicans are fielding on this cycle. I'm excited about what the conservative background that they come from. And you look at all the different races all around the country, you look at Ohio, I think JD Vance will win. I think fetterman will get beat pretty decisively by Doctor Oz in Georgia, Herschel Walker is going to win that race. I don't care what the Poe show, but all the states Wisconsin Nevada, Arizona, and the like, I think we'll have conservatives. Now, one caveat I would say, Joey. We've got to get out and vote. It's like any sporting event unless you take the field and get involved, you don't have a winner. I think Americans have every reason, particularly now with what's happened over the last 21, 22 months to get out and vote. They're feeling it in their pocketbook. There is a combination that I've never seen before. People are scared. Shortages that we've never had, price increases that we've never had. And so we got every reason to get out. But I think we will.

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Ted Cruz Reminds Alyssa Farah About Dem's History of Election Denial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Ted Cruz Reminds Alyssa Farah About Dem's History of Election Denial

"A list of fair Griffin, who grilled Ted Cruz, on the January 6th protest, and whether he viewed President Biden as legitimately elected, and Ted Cruz pushes back. He reminds her when it, when you talk about election integrity, when you talk about stolen elections, he reminds her of Hillary Clinton doing the same, in cut number three. There's a lot of folks in the media. Hold on. I'm answering exactly that question. There are a lot of folks in the media that try to anytime a Republican is in front of a TV camera. Try to say, the election was fair and square and legitimate. You know who y'all don't do that to? You don't do it to Hillary Clinton, who stood up and said, Trump's form of capital. Who said that the election was stolen. They sat here. Yes. And said it was legitimate. And you guys were fine with it. Okay, so it's illegitimate. No, you know, here's the thing. We may not like when Republicans win, but we don't go and we don't storm. We don't try to change, but. Did I miss an entire year of antifa riots where cities across this country? I guess your position is the left doesn't engage in violence. Really? No, they wanted to know. I'm Mike Pence. You just accused us of doing something we didn't. You said Hillary Clinton didn't say whatever she didn't say. I'm saying to you, listen. And she said we sit here and you find with her say that it was illegitimate. She called Donald Trump the next morning and she conceded the election, Ted. Okay. As it's satiated. He pulled out his notes here.

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Whoopi Goldberg Reacts to Protesters Disrupting Ted Cruz on 'The View'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Whoopi Goldberg Reacts to Protesters Disrupting Ted Cruz on 'The View'

"Senator Cruz initially was heckled by a number of people in the audience. Typical view audience, you had a bunch of climate crisis activists there. And as Cruz is trying to answer a question from the panel. It gets so bad that even Whoopi Goldberg has to intercede they go to a quick break, I'm assuming so producers can reign the studio audience back in. So Cruz was heckled. They kept chanting, cover climate now, cover climate now. And then you had some profanity. You could hear people in the background saying things that you can't broadcast on network TV. In cut number four, you hear Whoopi Goldberg firing back at her own audience, asking them to tone it down, cut number four. Inflation in the United States has one cause and on cause of. And that is when the federal government spends too much money. Okay. We have seen trillions and trillions of dollars. Spent by Joe Biden, the Democrats, just last year. Last year, the federal government took in $4 trillion in tax revenues. Most flooding in history we've ever taken in. The problem is we spent nearly $7 trillion, and that's what we do cover climate. Ladies, ladies, and excuse us. Let us do our job. Let us do our job. We hear what you have to say that you got to go. That is going down tonight after our job. We weren't even protesting you. Let us do our job. I couldn't even hear what they were protesting. Thank you.

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Newt Gingrich: GOP Could Gain 7 Senate Seats, 50 House Seats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Newt Gingrich: GOP Could Gain 7 Senate Seats, 50 House Seats

"Boy Newt Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House, he in an exclusive column this week in the epic times. He's predicting a big win, both in the U.S. Senate. And the house, a Newt Gingrich predicting that we could pick up three to 5 Senate seats, and 20 to 50 wide range there 20 to 50 U.S. House seats. I'm hoping that Newt Gingrich is once again right. He came up with his, with his predictions based on various poles, and with his own experience over the years, a long time, public official, who saw the Republicans gain control what was in 1994, I guess, when Newt Gingrich led a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Republicans Are Catching up in Races Across the Country

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Republicans Are Catching up in Races Across the Country

"Back to Nevada. Clark county sheriff Joe lombardo is the Republican candidate. He has run pretty much he's running pretty much even now. With Sicily in various polls. Lombardo in some polls is leading cis black by one, two percentage points. Again, this was a race that people weren't quite sure about. Just the news is now reporting that Michigan GOP gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon is now tied with Democrat incumbent governor Gretchen Whitmer. Now, how happy would you be to see Gretchen Whitmer retired? The Michigan news source and the Trafalgar poll just released, shows this neck and neck. This could be a Tulsa. Again, governor Gretchen Whitmer had no idea she was going to be in a competitive race. Meanwhile, in Arizona, the Republican gubernatorial candidate Carrie Lake there. Mike Gallagher just left Phoenix for one of the battleground tour, stops there. Carrie Lake is Islam. Her Democrat opponent, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, because Hobbes refused to show up for a long schedule debate. And we're seeing that in a lot of races around the country where Democrats simply don't want to be on the debate stage with their Republican opponent. In Pennsylvania, for example, you may have heard John fetterman is making all kind of excuses, saying that Doctor Oz is a TV personality. He has the advantage. He's on TV a lot. Of course, saying that he's going to need his monitors in order to read the question. Which leads me to the question of how can you be running to be in the U.S. Senate, and you need a device to read the questions from?

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Early Voting Starts Strong in South Carolina

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | Last month

Early Voting Starts Strong in South Carolina

"Many of you, in some states, you have early voting started. I know in my state, my home state of South Carolina, I'm I'm in the upstate of South Carolina. I do mornings on 94, 5, the answer, and we started early voting yesterday. And I think it was a pretty good sign because we had a pretty large turnout for the first day. So much so that the South Carolina election commission website. The site that you go to to see where your polling location is, actually went down because of so much traffic yesterday. They got it back up quickly. But I think it sort of is an indicator showing you just how much interest there is in these midterm elections.

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Are Things Looking Too Good for Republicans in November?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Are Things Looking Too Good for Republicans in November?

"It's really looking good for the GOP for the midterm elections. Almost too good. Do you get a little nervous sometimes when things just appear to be fantastic? And you're thinking, is this going to happen? Is this truly happening? Of course, we talk a lot about polls. I don't trust them. I don't think you trust them. But when you have poll after poll, whether it be ABC's ipsus poll or the NBC poll or whatever, when you have them consistently coming up with some of the same results, then you have to kind of pause and think, well, maybe they're maybe they're right. And that's sort of the situation we're in today. As we see across the nation, races that just a few weeks ago would not even be in contention, or starting to be close. Now, let me preface that by saying we still have to vote. You got to show up, and I know my buddy Mike Gallagher encourages you to do that daily. We have to vote.

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 Biden: IBM investment to help in tech competition with China

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Biden: IBM investment to help in tech competition with China

"President Biden is said to celebrate a new investment in New York's Hudson River valley where two House Democrats are in tough reelection races The president will be at an IBM facility in Poughkeepsie where the companies announcing a $20 billion investment aimed at boosting semiconductor manufacturing and other high-tech advances It comes days after chip maker micron revealed plans to invest up to $100 billion to build a plant in upstate New York The White House says it's all part of a manufacturing boom It hopes will help democratic prospects in next month's elections While many Democrats in tough races have avoided appearing with the president whose own approval ratings are underwater he will be joined today by two incumbents in competitive races Sean Patrick maloney and pat Ryan Sagar Meghani Washington

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Rudy Giuliani Remembers the NYC Threat Assessment Pre-9/11

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Rudy Giuliani Remembers the NYC Threat Assessment Pre-9/11

"By the time you were mad, you shared something very interesting about the threat assessment is the targets for terrorist attack in New York. When it comes to Washington, it was clear The Pentagon military power, you're thinking of Congress for flight 93. But the World Trade Center wasn't the top ranked target, was it, mister mayor. No, it was actually. The stock exchange. And if you think about it, the World Trade Center, the World Trade Center was not the center of trade. I think they thought it was. We don't really do a lot of trading in the World Trade Center. If you wanted to hit the center of trade, you would hit the New York Stock Exchange. It's an office building and a big office building. And an important enough is building with very critical functions, but it's not much different than another office building in New York. Where it was a, from their point of view, a good target is it was a transportation hub. So it really, really for a long period of time made a major dent in transportation. Also, any place down there would be a tough place to hit, but because of what was across the street, which I don't even think they knew, the major electric lines all Lower Manhattan because AT&T was there. And the AT&T building was collaterally hit with a big hole in the center of it. So it would put out electricity in all of Lower Manhattan. And finally, the part of the city that they hit. They may have known this is literally underwater. So there was a danger there that never happened, thank God that that whole area could have been slowly. Because the slurry walls that keep out the Hudson River were damaged. So let's say we had had even a mild hurricane. We could have flooded out all of our Manhattan. So the first thing we did was furiously put those story walls back together and just pray for no rain.

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 Sherri Shepherd's excited to be herself on new talk show

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Sherri Shepherd's excited to be herself on new talk show

"Sherry shepherd will host her own talk show when sherry hits the air next week With the latest Sherri shepherd was part of the view for 7 years and now she breaks out on her own She will combine a look at pop culture with real people's stories and plenty of comedy Shepherd says she asked Oprah Winfrey for advice and took 15 pages of notes Shepherd says she has also been in touch with singer actor Jennifer Hudson who is starting her own talk show on the same day I'm so excited for her because her success is

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Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Federal judge denies LIV golfers bid for PGA Tour postseason

"A federal judge has ruled against three golfers who jumped to Saudi backed Liv golf but wanted to compete in the PGA Tour's postseason U.S. district judge Beth labson Freeman made her decision in San Jose California after attorneys for the golfers and the PGA Tour each spoke for about an hour Golfers Taylor gooch Matt Jones and Hudson swafford were seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to play in the first of three FedExCup playoff events beginning Thursday They are among ten golfers who filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour last week

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Caller: Why Don't We Make Arbor Day an International Holiday?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Caller: Why Don't We Make Arbor Day an International Holiday?

"I was just wondering, why do we not make arbor day a world holiday? Where everybody across the world goes out and plants a tree, we're so worried about carbon emissions, we understand that trees give off life breathing, oxygen, and they absorb carbon. Worldwide holiday. Whether there's a lot of, there's a lot of things Mike that we could do other than some of the reckless spending on some of these energy plans that are built into this deal that Joe Manchin has decided he's suddenly going to support. Senator Manchin talks about the energy aspect of this. Now, what he should recognize is that these same Democrats that he has caved to will come after the coal industry in his home state of West Virginia.

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Please Support the 'Food for the Poor' Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 4 months ago

Please Support the 'Food for the Poor' Campaign

"Me invite you to once again go to Michael line. Dot com, Michael line dot com. Click on the send food banner as we rush urgently needed emergency meals to thousands of displaced children and families around the world. When everything is ruined and their previous lives due to ongoing wars and other conflicts, when the plans are dreams of children forced to relocate as refugees are destroyed, food for the poor and their ministry partners, they report that the kindness of people just like you give kids and families hope. Listen to Andy Carr a spokesman for feed my starving children a nonprofit relief organization helping to distribute mills to some of these refugees children. Right now, the need is exceeding the supply. And the only way that we catch up with that is with the generosity of people stepping forward, making that contribution in whatever way that they can. And that will allow us to reach those people that are there right now, sheltered in place or ending up in a refugee situation. You're allowing us to respond to this and go further faster.

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Tucker Carlson: Only Took 1.5 Years for Biden to Destroy Our Economy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Tucker Carlson: Only Took 1.5 Years for Biden to Destroy Our Economy

"Tucker Carlson talked about how it only took a year and a half for the Biden administration to destroy the American economy. Now, we all knew that a Joe Biden presidency was going to be back. We knew that once he was sworn into office. I don't know that anyone knew that it would happen this quickly. And I agree with Tucker Carlson. It's pretty phenomenal that in just a year and a half, Biden's been able to accomplish this. This is cutting them. It didn't take long, it took well about a year and a half for the Biden administration to destroy the American economy and drive this nation into a recession. Now the Biden administration will admit to our intercession, in fact, they've tried to redefine the word recession just as they've redefined the words democracy and racism and women. But you don't need to know what the word is to know what is happening. If you live here, you see it every single day. We're in a recession. The economy has been shrinking all year. Real wages are at record lows. And at the same time, inflation is the highest it's been in the lifetime of most Americans. So call it whatever you want, but it's a recession, and it's scary. And they're ignoring it.

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Frank Luntz: People Do Not Trust Our Government, Institutions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 4 months ago

Frank Luntz: People Do Not Trust Our Government, Institutions

"Frank luntz, yesterday, was on ABC with John Carl. Talked about the polling that Gallup has done, and how more people have a negative opinion over the institutions that run this country than ever before. This is in cut number ten and Israel and he's right. Frank luntz is right because people just do not trust the federal government. People do not trust Joe Biden's administration to do what they say they'll do and to do what's best for the American people. Cut number ten. And Napoleon that was done by Gallup more people have a negative opinion over the institutions that run this country than ever before. All time lows. And it's not just The White House or Congress or Republican or Democrats. It's the courts, the Supreme Court. It's healthcare. It's doctors. It's everybody right now. And John at a certain point, this fragile coalition that we call the United States at a certain point, it could come apart. I know you make fun of me for being a pessimist, while sometimes pessimists are correct. I am pessimistic. I am afraid of credibility, and I think we have to tell people the truth. And that's why I go back to the recession. Tell people the truth. If they feel like they're in a recession, they are.

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"hudson" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life

How to Live A Fantastic Life

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"hudson" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life

"Ditching commercial aircraft in the water with zero casualties. I think that's correct. Correct. I believe that is Emily. That is an accurate statement. And I also think at the time when this occur right now, our flight is in a lot of the flight simulators for pilot training. At that time, I don't think it was. So a lot of the training that pilots had about what they call water ditching. They call them ditching, which is what they read in a book. They hadn't actually done it or even done it in a flight simulator. Exactly. So the other thing that's changed is how they equip flights. That was not considered an overwater route. So we weren't supposed to have all the water safety things that we had in place that we were fortunate to have regardless of the road. Yeah. Let's look at this one. Okay. I'm sure many of you have images of this and so Steven, please take us through this and tell us about this. And then I'm going to get the passengers to tell us about this as well. Yeah, so I was fortunate enough that NTSB allowed me in to photograph the inside of the aircraft. And so that was the first photographer to gain access to the fuselage. And this is an image looking back from the first class seats all the way back. And one of the things that just struck me when I was in was the cascade of the light. And the cross that it's basically forming in there. You know, and it's because the doors and the window emergency exits and the wings are all removed at this point. So it's like there's really no other time where the light is going to look like this inside of an aircraft, whether or not it's been in the Hudson River. So that's part of one other thing. And the other thing that I've always just found interesting is that it's kind of like the hotel close hangers, you know, that's the one thing that did stay in place, set the hangers didn't come out. Okay, David, tell me your thoughts on this. Well, I've had the opportunity living in Charlotte like been as you go inside the plane. So I have never seen it with this kind of light only inside the museum, but it was pretty racked up. Ben, I know you have been in it, but when I went in, it was pretty racked up. I left it pretty much in states, the way I was when I got into Charlotte, but this is a little rougher than I saw when I was inside the plane after the after I got to the museum. Okay. Ban, what do you think about this? Well, the first thing I thought when you brought it up was just picturing me running towards David's camera, but that's the way I exited, but like they've been in it since. And it was in rough shape when we got it back for sure. It's still pretty much looks like what it did there except some of the things removed. Okay, valley, take it away. Tell me what your thoughts are on this. Well, my thoughts are like my seat was so far the back you can even see it. I thought, it's a lot of people to overcome to make it out. That's what my thought is. I've been on board on the plane again. The three year anniversary, we got to go to Charlotte and see the plane. And I'll say I'll say two things one, I remember just having this I have huge tremendous gratitude for Sully and skulls, of course..

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"hudson" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"To respect the oppressed view. Thanks so much for listening. Wow, Cantor. Okay, okay, break it down. Tell us that truth. You know, it's very interesting for me to hear as someone, you know, again, because I grew up not only did I go to a predominantly Jewish school. I was gonna say Jewish school even though I wasn't Jewish, but everyone was Jewish. Also, in New York City, in Manhattan, where like, you know, the way you say like every office building in New York, every office building does have a menorah and a tree. Granted, there's time when that menor is a little too tiny and a tree real real large? Yeah. But I didn't grow up seeing them to the point where you told me that Hanukkah is a minor holiday. I was like, but it's everywhere and we're doing the present. See, this is the thing where I'm like, the I think for you, it would have been like a not a small town necessarily a rural school with just you were like one of the few black people. If you had gone to that, you might get this flavor. This specific flavor. So you did go to school that was predominantly white. So it's not I'm not saying, it's not like, but this particular flavor is so specific. Yeah. All right, and we got a voicemail. I thought this was very funny. Love a voicemail. Let's listen to this. Hi, Naomi and Andy. This is sunny in Philadelphia for the caller who her husband was reading. She was very Catholic and she can't quite figure out what to do about this holiday card. I used the nanny for the loveliest couple. Love these people who the wife was raised do it and the husband was raised Christian. And also sorry if this is rambling. I'm stoned in the past. And I don't know what advice you've given yet actually because I have to respond right this second. Something would have forget because I'm a little stoned. Anyway, this lovely couple of that used to work for what they did was they send and they still do it. It's in an end of year letter and they have so much fun with it they do it in an email and they love theater. So every year the wife rewrites lyrics of some great song from a musical, like say, look at me, I'm Sanders. But she'll rewrite it to be all about what the family's done over the year. And let's talk about vacation. They took and since the kids did at school, they include pictures of their dogs. They'll talk about sort of like if things have changed with either one of the parents, but the dad runs marathons that usually in there or if they like volunteer together or somebody's got a new job. They've put it all into the lyrics. Of the song and it's so wonderful and creative and something that I absolutely look forward to every year. So long those veins when I'm suggesting to this caller, again, no idea if somebody already suggested something like this because I can't keep this up to my brain. Maybe in your husband to try to find something really fun and creative to do together, but I'm sure he's not just a 100% grouch because you're married to him. But I know the Christmas thing is a bummer, but maybe you can come up with something that the tradition just for your family working is to flat flick some creative skill or something you can get excited about that really is like here's the year in review. As we embark on to another. Okay. Stoned in the bathtub. Loving you sending us information. You got cut off, but you did get to the point. And that is nice. You're right. So if someone's like, okay, let's just tell people what's up with us. I mean, yeah. Creative project together. Yes. Maybe it's not like a parody of a musical song. Right. Maybe it's a parody, maybe do a parody. Hey, stick it to the dominant culture, do a parody of a Mariah Carey Christmas. Really weird out enough. What's the main Mariah Carey, Christmas song? All I want for Christmas is you. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, I want for christmases? Shoes. No way. That was good. I was trying to think of a weird athlete which would be food. But just literally food. Oh, I want for Christmas food. Hey, weird how you listen to this? We're at all. Are you listening? First of all, if you are, we'd love to have you on the show. Speaking of having people on the show Naomi. Wow, loving these segways. Our guest today, old Friends of ours. How beautiful and I feel like old friends that we learned about in a new light. Oh, yeah. I don't wanna know what's going on, but there was a stunning jaw dropping stuff for me. We are talking to comedians writers, podcasters, Dan Kline and Kelly Hudson. You may know Dan from his work as a writer on great news on sunny side on speechless, okay? He's happy bio. AP bio honey, he's out here doing the work. Dan also co hosts the podcast Bible brothers, which I have guested on and I did have to listen to them read the Bible. And still waiting for my invitation. And Kelly host the podcast, what are you into? Which is just getting into. You, actually, let's get in deep. I think you're gonna like it. I think in this what her topic is. And yeah, yeah, some interesting stuff about some people we've known for over a decade. I know. I loved it. I love it. I love it honey. It was open heart to loose buds, which is what we're all about. So right before we get to Dan and Kelly real quick, you guys wanted to remind you Sunday, November 21st, 5 p.m. PST. We are having a CT mental health check in. Couples therapy quarantine party. Now we've did those weekly during the quarantine. Yes. On Wednesday afternoons and we thought, yeah. You know, some people have been asking for, I think a very nice cool community of people built up around it. But you know what? Anyone can watch. Anyone can watch twitch.tv slash couples therapy pod. This Sunday. This Sunday, Sunday Sunday. There's got to be bits. We'll be chatting, we'll be answering questions in the Twitch chat, so tune in. It's going to be a fun time, all right? All right, you guys, now let's get into Dan and Kelly..

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"hudson" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

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"hudson" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"Always looks good is the face of rock. Hudson the biggest leading of them all. He's just london a cameo role on dynasty the hottest show on the planet. It's two areas coming together old school charm versus new school greed. The writers of had to keep the plot onto lockin k. Because everyone's so desperate to say this but now this just disappointment because it's not rock at least not the rock. Everyone knows so people start to ask questions also with rock. They start writing into newspapers asking. What's going on when rox cornered he tells a reporter. He's been on a weight. Loss cake tells another he's got. The flu is good at telling lies. You'll say that. But with each episode he gets a little older and weaker. The old image starts to fall away piece by piece by piece. Then there's a reunion on. Tv with doris day. Rock sold leading lady when they start together back in the glory days. They were the couple. Everyone wanted to be the pretty smiley blonde. And the debonair seducer put now rock. Looks terrible those cracks of widened into canyons. The eyes of sunk back into his head is skinner's turned from brown to gray. He's three years younger than doris. Day but looks old enough to be a dad now. The speculation rooms wild. This isn't about a flu or a weight loss cake. People stop talking about diseases. The big ones the ones you don't combat from but no one's prepared for what they're about to hear about the little virus with the big name inside rock destroying his immune system easing away. His strength is spirit. A no one's prepared for what this virus will reveal about all the things rox done about the people. He's done them with that guy they saw on screen. The one they all fell for. That was just an act. A character invented for that pleasure for their kicks. The soul rock play cowboys lavars fighters heroes always so wholesome always beating the bad guys and always get in the girl for his greatest role of all fast. Bean rock hudson all along is the mid fifties hollywood's golden age a time of dream boats and petticoats at tales and beautiful people. A no one's more beautiful than rock. Hudson is six foot four rippling with muscle. The baron of beefcake us. What the movie height merchants call him but he soft and gentle to the kinda guy who escorts goals to dunces and buys the milkshakes down at the diner. America's already heard the story. The scene rock in the magazines fixing cars painted his house so strong. So manly the seen him with hollywood's young actresses around town until he married the girl of his dreams is. They've even heard how he got his big break. It was out delivery mail in la one sunny morning when this big shot studio boss spotted him through the window. Great story isn't it. The classic american tale with a tinseltown twist an rocks. getting bigger. getting better is just starting magnificent. Obsession a film about spoiled kid transformed into the perfect gentleman. It gets rave reviews. Guess people talk anymore as the next big thing and now he's got the project that will take him to. The top is called giant and it lives up to its name. It runs for three and a half hours stretches across millions of acres is a story about texas about the old and the new the end of the ranches and the dawn of the oil wells rocks. The lead is playing suave southern. Gentlemen all courage in quiet dignity. Elizabeth taylor's is love interest james. Dean's his arch-rival. This is big rocks. Been grafton away for years. Hammering out the b. movies breaking himself in the gym put in fifty now a days. All for this is the film that will make or break his career and he crushes. It doesn't try to steal the show. It just lets his presence. Fill the screen. It doesn't lounge for the camera. Allege the camera conto him melt over him. See what it wants to say. When is unscreened with elizabeth taylor they face and crackle with sexual energy. She's the dump cylinder stress. He's the knight in shining armor. And when he's with james dean this tension thicken the dusty texan. Dean dies before the final rupp killed in a car crash but the release goes ahead and it turns rock into the biggest star in the world. He starts hoovering up. Awards gets his own star on the walk of fame he plays war heroes. Jungle explorers men who triumph against all the odds. But then he's pad with doris day and he becomes the master of sexy comedy. All suave one liners and slice miles down the barrel. Everyone's hooked rox multi. When he goes to europe he wins awards as far away as the faroe islands. But it's america that looks him most of all the country of power in progress. The conquered the wild west and his going to conquer the moon the country that's invented the atom bomb and is about to invent the teenager rocks. Wanted them he's all of them or at least that's what they think you say they don't know about the project the work that's been done to mold rock into their ideal that story about how he was discovered that's total bullshit is studio just made it up for a cheap headline wrought didn't get his break from a hollywood big shot. He got it from a guy called henry wilson as the other guy in rock story the guy they always airbrush out. Wilson doesn't belong in hollywood. He's a grubby little man with no chin and greasy hair but he knows how to create beautiful men and turn them into stars he takes ordinary guys and gives them new names new personalities that everyone will love and with rock. Wilson's bill everything. The walk the talk even created the name rock for gibraltar goodson for the river. A name. you can't break into and the meeting with wilson it didn't harm one. rock out. Delivering mail happened party. A party man only man a party thrown by the guy. Rick was sleeping with at the time. This is rock secret. Life is not fancy restaurants and red carpet. Dates is meetings late at night in parks and back alleys buzzed. That you won't find on any hollywood tall parties in big old houses full of secret rooms for secret encounters. The marriage rock only did it because some gossip brag threatened to reveal. The truth said it had photos from an old flame photos. That would destroy everything. Rock away with that one. Just about wilson gave the magazine some dirt on a coupla visa. The stars sacrificed their careers. So rocks could live without fake marriage is on the fast track to divorce. Rox got to find a new plan some way to keep his secret with each passing day. The stakes again higher..

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Was not one that probably would adapt that well to being the old person You see what i mean. So i'm looking at. I'm looking at at at all of the areas of of one's life that what are the things that are the truth about you. You know instead of pretending you're right or being having a fantasy that i can go on and i'll play madisha one day. No no i. I'm always dreaming. And when i was seventeen i had my own dancing school. So that should have kind of brought that on. But when i was in my fifties and i went up there with wyatt. I wasn't waiting for the phone touring and i never wanted my life to be dependent on waiting for the phone to ring for somebody to want me to be upon on somebody else's board. I just didn't wanna do it. Not because i felt better than them but because it wasn't fun. So that's when i created mind up it's how it started slowly and my travels and all the things that i was interested in at the time which is spirituality biology brain how psychology and put all of these things together. And that's how that happened and my dream was a big honking dream. And i sat in my meditation room up there and i. I dreamed that. I wanted this program to be global because i wanted our children who are going to grow the wrong way and become angry and aggressive. I would like our children to learn how to look at a problem from thirty thousand feet up. So they wouldn't have the kind of anger or kind of polarizing personalities not to come to decision making together that we could make a better world through our children's out those ecology there too. You know what i mean. It's about learning who you are and where you came from and why you are the way that you are. You know why you feel the things that you feel not just from a scientific standpoint. Yeah this is what happens to your diligence. The fighter flight up. But at what point i guess can you get into the psychology of it. You know what. I mean because you got to dig out the route to really get rid of it. I i agree with you. I think it's vital. And i also think you have to be very very honest with yourself. We can't just do things where we're going to make ourselves feel better by lying to ourselves and we could be responsible for a lot of things is i look at your life and i'm thinking god damned if i could change this if i could have done that i didn't know thinking i wish i could put time back. Take full responsibility for it. I don't pretend it didn't happen us to make myself feel better right and i think that the best that you could in that it will. Yeah i mean. I can forgive myself in a way but at the same time and time as any crazy. If you're a working actor you know you're also at that point single for a couple of years. You are a grown woman who needs to have experiences wants to be with boyfriends who needs to go out and work and do their thing. You know i mean that's just. That was the circumstances. I know i know and and that was that's the way it wasn't the way it is. I get it and you know. And everybody's driven by more than just thought there also driven by hormones and all kinds of in that time of your life. So i get that completely so i don't know i mean i just think that if you don't get down to the bottom and i did with my family definitely i mean i went deep when that was twenty. One twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty five hundred six. I went for eight years. What i call the university of me so i could scaffold and dig and excavate all kinds of things that happened to me. That made a difference to me. And i had interesting transference with my doctor who i thought was a genius. I mean now. I could look and i became everything to me. He became my father. He became my mother. I mean i transferred so much onto him. And i was so frigging young. My it was so helpful for my brain that i was able to look at that. Go gosh one time. I was lying. Down was freudian. If you can believe it and i was lying down and he said i think you need to lie down a free associated today. Goldie went on what. I'm feeling so good. I'm really i feel great. He said no. No no no you know the lie down and say whatever comes to mind it was like a punishment okay and i would lay there and i got. I'm thinking about my car. I'm thinking about this. I'm telling you whatever reminds me of my dad's car. I did this thing and i just i would just sifting my brain like peeling away an onion and everything was coming out. It was sort of like meditation. When you're meditating and you've got all these thoughts come in and out of your brain. The idea is to just let them go and come back to your breath or your mantra whatever that was just literally thought afterthought well it always lead me somewhere and it was fascinating of the very things that i felt one time. I was lying there remembering when i was in the crib. Little and i was lying playing with my feet like a baby does. My physicality was matching. Where i believed i was in my head and i had no idea. I suddenly looked at myself and went. Oh my god. I love you like a baby whole playing with my feet. So there's such magic truly and peeling away.

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"And you and i was horrible. Oh you're one of those special babies right. So when i took you home i breastfed you. But you didn't really suck on my breasts that much. You aren't like you were a little lazy. I took the nipple from because i also supplemented because you weren't getting up and i put an literally put an ice pick and in a hole so you didn't have to work so that set me off on a path for the rest of my life. It's funny as i was when wilder is fourteen now but he was born at cedars the same hospital that we were all born. And he's my first and i went. We had a c. section as well so we're there for four days and i went to the nick. You are went up to the you. Because that's where i was and i get off on the floor sir like you're not allowed to be here you can't just go up there unless your babies there or something and i said oh my. I'm sorry i was. I was actually here. And i was thirty at the time. I was here thirty years ago in this nick you crazy and then there were a couple of nurses who were and then i was at the front desk. The little thing and my name is oliver oliver hudson and there were some nurses back there who recognize the name and came up and they turned out to be two of the nurses who took care of me when i was in the nick. You oh my god. It's it gives me it's crazy. And they had a picture of us on the wall but they i think they had just taken it down because they they're redoing stuff a leave but yeah so i met. Those nurses took a picture with them. And the whole thing. you know. It's funny because that. That's when i put wilders name on the wall you know i wanted his name on the wall because my first born had a i I know and we've talked about this recently. Because of all of my insanity my anxiety that i've been going through in the last four or five months and just sort of digging digging into the reasons why or trying to find the foundation of where stems from. I've been in therapy for a billion years. I've gone over my life a thousand times but it's interesting how you know sometimes talking about the same things with a different lens on it through a different perspective consort of open your eyes even wider and i never even thought about my birth as being the first moments of my life because i wasn't conscious but that has to have some effect on you and you're being moving forward. There's no question right. I mean there has to be because if you think about it. I was whisked away from you. Didn't have mother's love not on a medal fucking slab needles in my head on a respirators horrible. I mean that was my introduction world. Even though it was an it's unconscious. How could that not have penetrated or affected who i am in some way. Does you know they have all these regression therapies. You know that they do now. Where you're re experiencing your birth And how that how can you can rewire in a way. The way your neurons are firing about your birth. When you are put through acilitator will help you. Go through your birth in a different way. I think fat. I think it makes a lot of sense because you can be traumatized by that without even realizing that you did have trauma You know i had trauma by the way Because i. I didn't realize traumatized until i went with burt reynolds. We were doing best friends. You were six. I think and i went in in buffalo buffalo. And i went into a knick you there and we were visiting this kids and we were doing and it was fine and i never thought about. I went to the nick. You and i had a panic attack. I i had to get out. I mean it was just visceral. Say like in mice in my being so these things whether you're conscious your unconscious Do matter and you know we we really ask bigger questions about consciousness is how much did children really know. And feel when they can't speak more when they can't communicate and we're finding out it's a hell of a lot so it was something that we did talk about two which is examining your birth. Because it was really hard. And i wasn't there. I mean you know secure attachment right is one of the most important things we can be for our children To be there for you. And i have cried so many times even in recent time remembering how i couldn't be there for the whole time and and then there was no such thing in my mind that really knew what secure attachment was now. Of course. I'm working with children and doing all these things for mental health. I mean of course. It's probably the one of the most important things that you can give your child. So i'm i walk around with my own. I know i couldn't help it. But i wish i would have just known more than and insisted that i stay in the nick. You the whole time. You know what i mean. Nobody did at that time. It was really well. There's so much more that we know now. Oh i know. I know unreal. You know i do. I really have to say though. I commend you. You're such an open person and you're fearless you you you have. You know you are who you are who you are. I love that about shoo oliver. I mean i. You don't put on airs. You're funny you're completely irreverent. you you know. You're you're honest. You tell the truth all the time and sometimes you go too far.

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Their relationship continues to grow reluctant. It's also about this sibling. You know looking at him and saying hey. I know you have a problem. I'm gonna keep giving you chances at least with my children. You know what i mean. He understands the importance of family. You and i can't have something right now because you've you know you've broken all trust but now seems like they're on the men so that's nice a there's one more than sad warning just still read. It don't cheat cheated a little here. am i dying. Arnie doing it though you you do the little in all and then all the sides and you can pick hello oliver and kate. I love your podcast and when it was first announced you guys were doing a podcast stove. Because i'm such a fan of both oliver. I feel like more people. Identify with you. Because i don't mean to offend but you seem like a regular chill gotten. How do you guys deal with being an uncle i struggle. I have three wild kids and work fulltime and it takes all my effort to reach out to my siblings about their kids. And to be frank i could do better. How did you guys build relationships with your nieces and nephews any tips. Things heather from iowa. This is great. I love tips. I'm going to be really honest about this one because when rider was little i leaned a lot on all of her. 'cause i was gone a lot And and i had been. And i was like i mean gone a lot. I mean i can't spend more than like basically a week away from kids. But if i was gone for a week or if i had like there was a couple of times where i had to go for two weeks i remember when writer was little. He would stay with you. Ali like you. You took writer ally and then anytime i was going through challenging transitional periods. Oliver like really was in there with the kids with the boys and So i kind of leaned heavily on oliver. In times where i wanted to feel like ryder had a good familial presence in wasn't just left at home with with our nanny even though she's she's at this point she's family but i wanted oliver to be there. I've got dads. That are on the road so oliver sort of stepped in there and then and then honestly when i was home oliver sort of lean on me when i was home to go away with his wife so made the kid sleep in each other's in our sort of like force it upon them even though we weren't always together we were also so. We're lucky you know in i hope hopefully all of these Nieces and nephews and cousins really love each other in love hanging out because our kids just love being with each other so wrong through a pot it works. you know. we don't have to worry out anything. Yeah and then and then honestly we all college more. I mean that. Were the same where we've been gone all summer. I've maybe seen the kids on facetime twice. You know but i was gonna say this. I was gonna say it's yes you're totally right at the same time you know. Speaking to to. Heather love is there. You know i got. The love will always be there so if times get a little tough and you're working and i'm doing my thing and it just doesn't connect it's okay. You know because we know that the foundation is there and we we. We don't skip a beat when we get back on the phone when the kids are together and by the way are nieces and nephews are the cousins. They text each other and they ask time each that we don't even know about. Yeah and then either. I texts with writer. Writers like an adult. Yeah i flown full. Yeah but you're right. I mean it is. It is making time to at least reach out the you know because we all have enough time in the day resolve twenty minutes to sort of reach out shoot a text at least let them know that you're thinking about them and you're dealing with your own three crazy children. You know 'cause the fact plus three kids is a lot. I mean we both have three kids like. It's a lotta work. Even when they're older ones doing one thing the other one is new that he trying to find time for yourself in new and your partner and then you alone is impossible. I mean god. I was thinking. Today was the last time. I spent an entire day and night by myself. I don't even know. Yeah so. I feel like this is the time when you're in it. You're just in it. It's like you got just ride with be okay doing the best you can ride because things shift like you get the kids get older of nephews nieces cousins they get older and then relationships chain jimmy. My relationship to or now is far different than it was even three years ago. You know what. I was thinking to have their from iowa. I was thinking did. There's this thing that. I do sometimes work that i find really helpful. And it's when i'm thinking of something i write it down it. I read this book. I forget what it's called. It's getting things done literally. I think that's where it is. I think is literally called getting things done. Gt d. method. And and he. He says something really great. Which is there is a collection tool thing. That i put on my. I caught the collection tool. And whenever i think of something i write it down immediately or dictated into my notes and i put it in one area and when i have time i'll go through it and i'll realize it. There are some things that i don't even need to do like. Oh get the heart socks. That i saw the window. It's like i don't need those across off but then there's things that i really want to do any moments rive nothing sort of Chilling out if i put down. Call my nephew's a common nephews. He says our brains are terrible assistance and that we need to write it down so that we can not having zayed's over it so maybe that's what you maybe. You just need to have a collection tool area where you write the things out that you're thinking a menu right in there when you're thinking about calling the kids just call my nieces and nephews and let it go 'cause you're busy and then when you come back to your collection till you'll see it and then we'll you'll have the time. Just do it right away. You can buy those heart socks in the window. I say cross the heart socks off. Just say Okay sad warning. Ali going going get.

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"hudson" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"Think so i was like. Did you have to work with the culture or were you just like i got it. I watch her. i'm studying her. I got it team ahead of acting coach dialect coach movement coach and i added the piano teacher. So all of that but you play piano and rely but see. Listen michelle i know. You understand his at peck a wreath. The play okay. Let's be clear. So all i i've always had ear to play majority of people in miami play. Even my son plays the piano by ear to start while. But i never develop that because my passion light in singing at an passion for planes idea singing so now at the plan is franklin like a is given me a new passion to want to enhance that So now you see me on the piano a little bit more and this more about finding a confidence because it freaks me out like i was so crowded myself of the night on kobe. Show jennifer relies. You play the piano in front of people musicians over your head like that was a major step for me and miss. Franklin inspired me to want to do that. yeah. I don't know if this is exclusive. So are you saying when you're ready to tour again or put out a new album. That will be some playing the piano. Yes the bid abid now now now now now goat so far with it but you know i was the kind you will always see me try you know in grow. That's how you grow. You continue. Try and i believe in taking baby steps. I don't think i know always So it's like okay. am i. The anywhere Miserably though far from it. But i just it. S a actress. I felt it was my duty to learn that element of her which is I couldn't say. I play aretha franklin without learning the element of the piano. And that's what i started with. I also worked with a dialect coach. Tom jones to help me develop. You know my version of your isa on screen. Yes and yes. Studied our instruments as a singer. You know like. I was like okay. We'll we discover like okay. I voice can our built differently but they can lancet thinks you know he things from the he says she thinks from the top of her head with her approach announcer widow. I think from what saying from feed naza. Okay what does that mean so. I don't know how you know because we were born. It's way i didn't train for any of this. So it's like. I don't think at least my perspective instruments study like this was interesting. Yeah that's so good. And i hope that there are people listening that a lot. I mean i'll just specifically for jennifer. Is she just said. She did not have training growing up. But through the years because of the profession urine you've had it refine but you haven't let anybody strip you of like you said i mean when they say using from your toes best that old as they used to say back in the day cut bookie she says stance left-foot insane. Come on. that's it you don't need. You didn't need a track and we were brought up. Where if the track went out. We knew how to do it. Acapella o you stand flat for the say whether the data is there not is many times. I don't have the whole down. Soprano section by myself. We get through the surface. Okay listen let me tell you some. It should be jennifer quote soprano section all by herself. Hudson listening listen. How was it to work with sakon and haley. They are gyms..

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"hudson" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

Checking In with Michelle Williams

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams

"Be got very soon lake. You y'all listen. We have the incredible incomparable. There's no voice like hers. Miss jennifer hudson. Thank you so much such an amazing welcome. Thank you like you know like right now. There's no voice out there in music like yours. Wow wow i don't take that lightly comes from you michelle thank. I'm trying to figure out who thank you. thank you. it's not and we thank the lord for giving you that path and that that wrote to a we. We like jennifer hudson. That's what we're doing today. How are you doing must hudson. I blessed good good. You're blast refreshed happy and excited the movie. Respect is out as we speak. And i know that everybody has asked you. But how was it to be specifically requested by ms aretha. Franklin herself for you to play the role. I i can't even begin to put it into. Words is is a dream of mine to play her and this is a passion project for me. You know so. Everything is from the heart. i've literally port. My everything incidents. I read where you said that you said that not only. Was it a passion project for you. But it was a passion project for the director the producers because everybody wanted to make sure they did her proud everyone involved. That's the beautiful most beautiful thing about all of this. The process there every department. Everyone was there at a love and respect for misery the franklin so that was never a time. It's hard work. Did anybody complain. Everybody doors first thing in the morning every morning elect out at second of every night Yeah and i think what was so beautiful about the timing of when this movie comes out. It's it's practically almost three years to the day of her passing away. Was that play. No but that does to me is the as i said the guy wink of it all because let me say this. The last time. I spoke to read the franklin was august. Do you know the premier was august eighth. Let me tell you we already know that. God is breathed on this project already. Just for that right that timing. It's amazing when you can release projects in which it seems like divine time. You can just rest. It'd be like god's hands on komo speed. his hand is all over. This you know is the song we come this fiber fe..

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"Tweet. Me failed to get the congress is now fill the rosa again. The rose as refilled. And we're back erin. Bartlett oliver hudson back at it again. Brief intermission with a voicemail listener appreciation episode. And now we're back at it after two weeks after two weeks in we were at undisclosed location. Yeah in cape cod. Perfection was great such an amazing spa. And now we here an albuquerque new mexico. Because i'm doing a job just starting it and errands here for moral support because probably lose my mind. She wasn't we came out our first two shows. I guess it was pretty deep. Became out with a became hot. You know so it's like how do you follow that. But today we wanted to sort of talk about the in-law experience i was just in mass. I was just on the cape with her in laws brooks in an and of course you know the first time aaron for some you met i. You met my parents. Parents was before we were dating. Yeah right but then we were sort of hooking up and have a morning after lake should total walk. Shame where she was. Because i was living at home. Twenty four and still living at home. Twenty three twenty. You're twenty. yeah no. You're just turned twenty four. Yeah was that the night with robin. No it will john. Yeah i think it was an we had a crazy night. An iron gave it up. You know first time we hooked up bone right out the gate just trying to preface it within a and a half of friendship phone calls flirting now. Right out the gate. First time we finally first time it hooked up boom.

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"At one time. I watched it with her and now it's on. Tv all the time obsessed with amazon. She just got her wig came today and she put the thing on. She put a mole on an. I mean when kate. When i tell you that she embodies this character. It's crazy. i mean she into that she will not break character in any way shape with anne wright. She took my phone. I phone shirt. I went into do with wilder and she comes out. And it's a video of her wanting to to emma stone wanting somehow for me to get it to emma stone because i saying how much she loves her. She's gonna be your for halloween and love your acting and the whole thing. She's like you're just like she's like i just like love you and you're such a good actress. Hi i am at rio hudson. Hi emma stone. I am i just want to say that. I just think you're like oh good actress. And so of course i kate and i'm like do you know emma stone and you know and i sent her the video because i got. I've got to somehow get it to her. I get it. i'll get it here. i'm still in. i think. Religiously listened to sibling rivalry so she should after hearing evidence her favorite. Yeah cores lie. Baby coors light one of our longest running sponsors for good reason because we used the product and we have been using the product. Since i was twenty one years old. We all just need to chill and this beer is literally made to chill. We want to savor every second of summer summer always feels like the shortest season. But when you need to make the most of it he just needed chills when you need to slow down. Just open up a cores light..

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

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"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"How are you. I'm loud things we were talking about your names and how often people probably get the pronunciation of both of your names. Yes people probably say andre. But it's andhra mostly nadia the end yet. Yeah exactly exactly cloud up immediately. Everybody out there. What happens when someone gets that wrong. You just let them get it wrong or do you usually correct them. What do you do. I correct them. Usually the first time if they keep getting it wrong. I'm just like you know whatever. Yes my name. I think for me. I'm just like it's fun. It's just more energy to be like Agnew in most situations on Walking do someone's going to block. Hey on german black. Hey and then. Just leave it at bay but i know you feel too. 'cause i'm sure everywhere you go. They're always cocktailing high. I get that. It's more like every case i've been pete winslet i've been i've been cate blanchett right now. Any of those cates wall good. I don't know you guys have never met ali right. Unfortunately nobo- here. Now i'm here now is just now. Kate know each other. Yeah we met. Was marshall the first time that we met. I feel like we met four Why don't feel. I feel like we've met before but i think it was more like i was a fan from afar and we had like connections from afar will likewise same thing too because i remember meeting you and being like oh how kate hudson knows who i am. This is crazy. I was at the marshall. You know i'm the marshall And where are you guys were. Are you guys right now. You in separate states. I'm in washington state. Yeah and. I'm in los angeles california. You know what. I was thinking to an wall start During the golden globes you know we are family was at home. We were all at home. Like i was sitting in the united. Set up the weird round. And then next thing i know it's like are mike category and we're all sitting there and line. The whole family just is sitting around me and i like. I don't know if this is what we're supposed to be doing. And then i felt so relieved that when it when you're on the fan right because we've tried to do they try to give you the thing in the beginning. They're like okay. Well we really only want you on camera. And then i was like now and they were like you and one of the person i was young. I gotta just tell you it's going to be everybody is calling. I honestly think that they thought that my my family would never do that. But that's like our family is so glad and even the memo. I remember looking at everybody else going. I not this isn't right. This is not right now. I'm glad so. We saved each other. Because i felt the same old man. They are really not going to be happy about this. But i was like well. Okay if we've all been like quarantining together you know. I was kinda like what's the point. If not the actual event unanimity. Yeah it was. No i let them know in the beginning. Like i'm just gonna go ahead and break that rule right now. It was so fun and it was such a joy to watch you win. A served in that movie sank. You thank you so much. It was crazy. My gosh that experience will it now. It's about you guys so let's start with. Where did you grow up let's see. Where did we grow up de. We grew up in san diego. Now i'm very specific southeast san diego just in case i wanted like wow well because i think like you know san diego's very much a tourist place you know what i mean. So it's kinda like a vacation town sleepy town seatown whatever you know so i think everybody assumes if you grew up in san diego then you had like a really great house by the beach which would have been the vom. I would've been so happy with that. No problem but you know. I like to where we grew up it was. I primarily like minority neighborhood. You know what. I'm saying aside and i feel like most people just don't know about this area that it doesn't exist but that's on my inspiration comes from unanimity with the arts music with everything. So i like to tout southeast san diego specifically Yeah people a different idea of. What san diego looks like one hundred percent surfboards and yeah as owner. Yeah and the city wanted to stay that way. So we kinda get adjusted under united mean but now like okay cool as soon as i get this golden globe and bringing it right back to the city. How many siblings are there. There's four of us total right. Yeah it's it's me her into Jackson who's the oldest. I'm the oldest india's oldest even though she looks the youngest right this industry this this industry stressing me to fuck. You always says that. Scans billie holiday snatched my us so now. My oldest is looking like the one took care of. I want to dive into the i. Want to get into that snatched snatcher. You know you're hyperbolic but it was it tough. Did it really caused that much. I mean because i was starving myself to alaska with. I lost forty pounds. I try to do it healthily at first and then i was like okay. I can't look you know how it is. The difference like with your body. You lose weight now than we're like heart. If you lose weight now the proper you look amazing. You look like your sister. Okay and youtube. Probably over but i am seeing but but so i didn't wanna have like ads. You know needed to be loose. Skin is so. I was starving myself. I did start smoking. Cigarettes drinking hell. i was not sleeping because i'm a musician so the hours with filming is not the same so end. The doctor was again. If you lose weight that way your cheeks get gone. Everything does take a huge toll on your body. So yeah you know it was really q- i'm just going to focus on the before the movie pitchers for yourself. 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"hudson" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"The that's millions of people are looking forward to so that's That's a positive a issue to wake up to think absolutely absolutely how and thousands and thousands watched this game that we're gonna be talking about on par to of game of my life where we take a trip down memory lane and revisit an iconic moment or game through the always of the headline maker and today would joined by allan hudson and how they were going to be focusing on stoke seats a versus liverpool eastern monday knowing teen seventy five easter monday was the thirty first of march that year. And as i said before there's two the something that may and easter monday because easter monday online. Seventy was a lot shanking. Match at west brom where i went down the hall. Miss compiling and mexico seventy which was the best. Well coppell time than five years to that exact same date. There was not gonna play in the match for the five years. I got to the ground and found that the stock fiber guide to being in the pitch for me so that was quite quite an incredible moment. Something that only one man could have done absolutely and that man was tony. What just going to go briefly. Through the law. That day allen stokes he managed bali at tony waddington liverpool bill shankly had gone from the managerial role and passed on the baton on to bob paisley stokes. Itchy ran out to winners. The halftime school was one nil and forty four thousand nine hundred fifty four fans watch. The gaming saw the victoria ground. Stokes owino neil two-nil. It was one nil. halftime al. Both goals scored by terry conroy. One from the penalty spot. The lineups that day would engulf to what you thought. Was that die for stoke city through your memory. I said what we just try. We just played the on. The friday and the savvy in london against west ham announced a week drew by games which might cost us league and then yet and should around them in on the train coming home. I didn't think i'll be flagging so of god. Very good idea because the the difficult part of this question. You've obviously terry comb. Roy plan because spicer terry yesterday. Fine offend Hey was a was a pop. Golden banks losing his icty befall which would really cling to league for us We misteri conroy. Plan for us we. Can we count out. Go shot would've wanted to leak. He was fantastic when he came in so Solitaire obviously tied up from jimmy. Green off that day can only thing that we had just scientists who never missed a match on the left. Yeah absolutely And it was. All i'd ask is greg jimmy robinson on there i would say shown play that day at sean was soap geoff. Hurst played that day. Whilst i get paid upfront with terry compost died on the right. Then yes he got. Terry jimmy jeffers yourself. And jeff salmon's as fall eve really attack mowing pliers and midfield whether the rest really been selfish When you cite five attacking flies it said That was me and my knee yet. Josh mountie quite justified number. Five played number ten Right back all the tubes. Jackie marsh at yes. It was and to send ups. Kanani think would've been finish. Smith alan dog allen dodds ply denny. Smith broke his leg against it switch on the march which was the fourth broken leg. That season so dennis didn't play at scales played. Instead eric scales is the one of those another the other mentions eight mopping stanford bringing more first match..

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"hudson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"hudson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Directed his first film pastor brown. Yes keep david and david to keep his michael to. Yeah so and we just had a had a great time salli. Richardson was wow So we had a great time shouted down atlanta. And i am always inspired by those guys. I met Tyler purry who. I think he just finished a movie with dates. And oh alfred woodard. And he's sort of you know raising the level of his film and and i really you know is great. Because they didn't wait for the studios a they you know. They created themselves and i think that's what needs to happen. I mean writing is not something new for you because you've been writing looking for writing pretty much as soon as you're able to pick up a pencil. Yeah yeah. I've always sort of written but now you know really sort of focusing and And taking it a little more serious than saying okay. Let me let me stick with this project. As opposed to get excited. About saying. And i'll and i'll take notes. And then you know i have to leave the country. I have to do something and it gets put on hold and you know ten months later. i'll go. Let me come back to that idea. Try to stay on. Task is Is the key right now. George dragons ziebel coming out next. That'll be next year. Oh nine Think out out but final approach. I mean this is a this is a good ernie hudson part boy really deliver as always. It was thanks. Yeah it's Yeah it's it's fun and You know we did it Finding a little over year ago. So i've let's sure when they were going to release it so it's nice. It's getting out there where people can see it and dvd too. Which is nice. Yeah i mean you. Dean really had some good good conflict seeds in there to you both mixed it up pretty well. Yeah yeah he's great. He's good andina and there was a lot of things that were pretending to the headlines. These days of course and and how that affects send day and you were also spared not having to shoot on the plane but did the helicopter stuff. You're the helicopter stuff. Yeah i was actually thankful to be on the plane. Well i really wanna thank you. I know you have to go. And i really appreciate you taking your time after you take my pleasure. My pleasure always admired your work and any accurate that can kind of you know kind of glide and exists in all different. Worlds is pretty cool. I mean that's not as easy as it sounds. So i really appreciate that you can do that. Thank you so much until next time. This is joanie to lonzo..

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