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"hunter hall" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica
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"hunter hall" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"During the month of November and some followup. He, received this dream on August ten. Two, thousand twenty. Now, I'm going to play this. In his own words. Let him describe for you. What he actually saw. His Faster Dana, and I had a dream, Monday night, August chance and. I said a lot about it because I know won't ask you. This is GonNa make some people man. In my life, my life's not been the same since. I posted that. I. I never asked for this unrest forgotten. Show me anything. I've done a series of dreams visions. I thought maybe August maybe some. Games. But It's been different. It's no different. Denison concerns for my family because of the dreams posted people saw up from my door. I think get arrested in my community for being violent. Loud emails phone calls a lot of messages. I'm not doing this for notoriety. No one's. Getting paid to this. Headroom simply had a drink. And sharing because. Our everyone. I'm sorry. We've got a an ad coming in I'm taking this off the Internet for you, but we're going to go right back. This is pastor cover stone. From. Kentucky. Let's continue. As it got to believe is showing me. The country needs to see. Some is going to share this. You can do what you want. I'm not asking to give him I'm not pray God give me another dream since I had the first. They keep coming and So I dreamt I was in the month of October. I saw the month of October as calendar was waving. Being blown by by a strong wind, not a fitful wind violent discontent fitful. Win You know. I saw finger here in pointed to the second week of October. Dragged the finger. Through the third week of the month. So it covered second and third week of October. then. Appointed October thirty first and held the position it just kinda tapped it and held it. The first thing I saw was a rock came flying out the sky and it landed in a large Han than the ripples start off small between the became light vicious waves. Like like when the wind begins to blow stronger in the ripple start to go further out. I saw federally elected officials faces I recognize. I. Saw Specific State Governors, I saw agency leaders and icefall just radicals like the people you'd see in Portland or Seattle Seattle or Minneapolis. But they had wicks coming out of their head almost like a like a firecracker with like a firework wick. And the second week of October. Is when I saw simultaneously, elbows, wicks coming out of the heads were lit on fire. Federal officials had has it with a shape like an old eighty? The folks from seventy as remember those. Governors had saved the black cat firecrackers one and a half two inch firecrackers. Everybody, else had the smaller like lady finger style, firecrackers, fireworks. People are talking in a certain animated and start there yelling or screaming of the facial images went from normal and calm to read face jumping to an absolute out of your mind. Are you. Mind primal scream. Everybody's head blew up at the same time. These people were still alive with their heads blown up. and. This resulted in sparks debris flying all of the area where they were standing in the started fires around them. And that's all the protests that were taking place were still taking place in October. They went up another notch because the bystanders were reported the protests and that were there that we're not being very, very violent and not really getting involved. The protesters basically said if you're not doing that, you're not one of us the end of salt those protesters who were not deemed as violent or as vicious as they should be. and. I saw some of those protesters left on Saturday road almost like they were dead. They've been beaten because they weren't protesting like the other ones were they weren't doing all those things they should have done. If they weren't complicit. They were beaten I saw I saw the elderly people and this is what got me I saw elderly people being attacked. It was an attack on older Americans the people that hold the constitution. Dear, the flag dear the people that have the common sense. Values. Commit to faith and biblical principles. I even saw people trying to into nursing homes, nursing facilities to attack. Older people. And then I saw hundred dollar bill. They'd Hunter Hall Bill about the size of a flag. Hanging up a flagpole, it was burning from one corner. And it was being lowered like at the end of the day and I saw people their hands over their hearts and they were crying because they're god of money was just being lowered. It was an losses value. And Toast about a third of it left. Was a celebration. People were celebrate what while some Americans were just devastated and torn up by what they saw Hatton never people celebrate the dollar had died. The keep inserting ads for us, but that's the price we pay for. 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"hunter hall" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"You get you what you wanted. As quick as we can, and I guess the lead is like what we feel like. You're taking a serious enough. These guys are obvious psychopaths like the the beginning. When they first started the restaurant, they were shooting people. Right and then had to be reminded that Oh, will you know we should keep saw alive to be used as hostages? And live the gimmick when it comes to terror unlimited, I know and again the says they have a nuclear bomb. Again suit nuclear bomb. How much did this? How much did they think they're going to get you know? How much do they have to shell out for this plan? I don't think that did. They returns probably United States like that carry the three. The program won't be making a loss on this venture. Unless aim was having like a real big sale on stuff I. Don't know. Could've stole some plutonium from the eccentric scientist on the cheap maybe. One part twenty one. The twin small I don't. A. WHOA, that's. What Oh hey, a few moments before that we see becomes the scarlet spider. Maybe maybe I'll swing over this forced hills. Give up scare wait. There's an explosion. Slow Day for Muggers. Thank thank goodness. We I was. It was snowing and it was cold Cena. Thank God the terrorists jas? So Ben Ben. Swings off to see what the explosion was. Let we get back to the bugle. Look our new friend Canada. Yeah I. Don't know I'm not I'm kind of losing interest in this guy. Apart from he's role earlier on the seems to be a bit of a bad smell. Oh! Mets going through scenarios in Hey. Decks go and now whoever smelted belted. Loses a story right all mad 'cause. I guess I guess Robbie. Assigns Ben Urich the cover, the world trade thing. And you gotTA. Exactly. And, then he's. Angle. Yeah, the human interest angle comedies such a good job. No one's even look at Bendix. Article. Than back at the tower, the leaders like you for. Sending drones through. Cat over to the other tower yesterday, separating that the trick is right the Tuesday. Case found the instills. Despite the soft psychotic nature of them. kind of well thought out. In, that sense. I guess maybe the deal on some of these arms because some of them don't cover you know, don't cover the knows now. Well Jose with the COD booed. Caused by a is definitely got his vice reveal they. He hasn't got the one without the calms because that was just too expensive the headset. Lord over the flying over the other buildings are talking about cold cash and Hot Babes. Jd slow ways. Like they should there their their. Terrorists super villains because they gotTA play instruments because they were just. And Heavy heavy metal. Exchange. Metal where. We're bet as. A boy band imagine doing acapella that'd be pretty fun. It's up terribly limited. Guys talking about hits. No, he was hit. I'm sorry somebody shot A. Sickening sound bedrooms body slamming into the rooftop is easily heard in the cold wintery air. Yeah the COPS. Stupid a security guard. Yeah very strange. Security Guard with a gun shooting through glass window these. I mean it's it's. It's far away, and they were flying in the air to participate the tiny little thing. We see the security guard. It was like he has a sniper, rifle or something. Yeah. Yeah I thought. Vote by mistook. It was someone else Bun. He just lost him and that's a loss of saving. As. A SMOLDERING MESS So yeah. who was the one who got shot? He's carrying the hater so the. They thousand annoyed wants. A. Sonali tossed another. Hostage out the window. That's lending anyone interfere with our plans. Yesterday this brutal. I mean that just shot ago I across the building that blew up the South Street commit. Mission! Through out the window. Cerebral actually really hyped them. Oh Yeah! But then Ben's swings down to the mission. Oh No, it's the mission that rich Gannon was headed for. See we're close friends. I still call him by his first last name. That's right. Got To see if he's still alive. I have money on the game. I did that I do that then. I feel parish and met Karna. Sight breath names. Meanwhile we will we have a contract. We are not to raise last name. We'll just call the rate Gannon. To. End Up Liking, now, yes, scarlet spiders cleaner rebel in fines, cheese dead. He's dead. He's dead. I just I know. Look. He does the system. The air he did that lost time we. The last time we are I think he did that. With the Grim Hunter Hall something easy. We were Kanye, maybe. He's doing it again. But he finds a few other survivors so. Only is not lost. That's what.
"hunter hall" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"Specialist at Applied Behavioral Intervention Interventions. She again was a life coach, a parenting, real love dating coach She was a brand ambassador. GM Our marketing. She did training support like you said Jockey in. American Cross and is said that she was studying computer science at miles community. College now is that verified? I mean I didn't call them and try to. You know the clearinghouse and try to requests. Shed! You know it's interesting. It's weird because you know you would think that she'd be more into like drug, intervention or something. A lot of people become If they're pass addicts, they want to help. Other people overcome. Not you know especially if they seem to get their lives together and back in order, and they go into social work, they'll get on. They'll go to school and actually get a license for it right I. Don't see any proof or evidence. Evidence of that kind of work from her she's goes cuddle lane. It's weird. Yeah, and speaking of cuddling, so I found her cuddle comfort. It's a website where you can find cuddle sessions, and or offer your services and her profile, so there's no way that she had lied about her age. We're talking twenty fourteen twenty thirteen right? She's fifty six years old in two thousand, twenty in two, thousand fourteen. That's what six years ago should have been fifty. On her profile, stating she's thirty, five got me to grow me to look major prop so on her cuddle comfort profile. It says that she is married thirty five woman, she, seeking either men or women. She lives in Phoenix, Maricopa County Arizona County Arizona She's Hispanic. She's five foot to her body type was described as fit. She did not smoke drink or in assess. She never does drugs okay. Religion is Christian assigned Pisces. Education College Job Professional Cutler. Hear something very interesting about cuddle comfort. Is that apparently a lot of people who do work for? It have to state that they are not prostitutes. It's a serious so unlikely that she signing up and with our history of men much, he's only in it for cuddle lane. Okay, right? She's in it to literally take everything that they have your, so she could be looking for a new sugar daddy. A new on unsuspecting victim is true. To that point to? They're on a forum. I believe it was read it. Someone posted and they were talking about Zuma just like how it's crazy and how it's just not and someone posted and Shannon Hunter Hall. Hazan's daughter, she said my Dad Shannon was married to Zuma before her. And Alex got married Zulema was married to my dad for four years from two thousand seven to two thousand eleven, and she was crazy. She left by stealing. Stealing ten thousand dollars for my dad and half of the stuff in the house. My Dad married her after she tricked him into believing that she was a completely different person than who she really was..
"hunter hall" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Changed the way everybody's looking at this. Look at the millions of people marching around the world the world. So my point is. That I think people are really realize. That this is about for the soul of American. Americans are good in virtuous people. We have to work together to confront bigotry and prejudice wherever they appear. But will make no progress and he'll know wounds by falsely labeling tens of millions of decent Americans as racist or bigots. We have to get everybody together. We have to be in the. Same Path I. Think Pastor. If we don't do that, we have. We have problems we'll do that. We'll do it I. Think we're going to do it very easily. Go quickly and it'll go. Go variously easily. President Trump Pan Joe Biden both speaking yesterday about combating racism. It'll go. Very! and go very quickly like the coronavirus. got a lot to talk about. How. This is a guy who is badly out of step even with his own Republican Party. Whether Hunter Hall and well. That the renaming. Basis, which the military services are willing to do, Republicans are willing to do. Donald trump is standing alone. More and more every single day. On this issue of race, a relic from a different age is a New York. Times writes this morning. It is Friday June, twelfth along with Joe Willie and me. We have pulled surprise winning columnist and associate editor of The Washington Post and MSNBC political analyst. Eugene Robinson columnist and associate editor for The Washington Post. David Ignatius is with US and NBC News correspondent Carolee out the white. House, so much to get to this morning. Joe Really Yeah. Do you want to go to a rally? Would you like to go to a rally right now? Like let's go. I WANNA crowd in. A lot of people five thousand people. End Side. WanNa do that. And if you got a trump rally, you know. Donald Trump. He's so cool he he goes to. He goes to a plant main. Swabs and he doesn't wear a mask because he thinks that's cool. Of course they have to destroy. All the work they were doing. For testing because he didn't wear then. You remember Mark Meadows couple of days ago. Looking at fresco and Ya'll cheer. Look fanning your masks. Jake Sherman said Yeah because we don't want to die. Yeah, that Yashar, burning your mask I mean. Is this fake macho? Pius that they're trying to pull off, but here's the deal. Donald Trump. The more words of Ross Perot when the rubber meets the road when it has to do with the bottom line when it has to do with Donald Trump's money, suddenly, he believes. In Science I've seen the light. I've seen the life. Praise the Lord I've seen the Lai Oh the message on the campaign website for reelect Donald Trump. Commander in chief without a mass. Says this. If you want to register for his rally in Tulsa by clicking below your acknowledging an inherent risk of exposure to cova nine thousand. Exist any public place where people are present my by getting new rally, you and your guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to covid nineteen, and you agree not to hold. You agree not to hold. You agree not to hold Donald. J. Trump for president week or the stadium employees, volunteers, etc, etc, liable for any illness are injury. There is another way they could have written. This and I tried to help them out with a saint tweet willy and it goes something like this. Come to our rally. PS. It could kill you. That's your providence. Oh my gosh, where to begin with that. That was a stunning reading by the way very dramatic, well done. Yeah, no, I don't want to go to any rally in a factory out. Barely go to the produce islet, stop and shop so I don't WanNa go to impact rally in Tulsa Oklahoma more anywhere else with all those people given the state of the disease right now. This arena the BOK center as you like to say Joe. It's time to rock the Bach with the HASHTAG. Say can't suld. You always has cancelled its concerts well into July deep into July. They add bon Jovi coming in. They had bieber coming in. They had poison coming in on the twenty third for Heaven Sakes those have all been postponed. Why because of Corona virus because they don't want? People packed into their arena now week from today next Friday the president is planning this rally. He's not going to cancel. The rally given everything swirling around it even given the corona virus, so instead of cancelling as you just read. They put a disclaimer at the bottom of their website. That said if you walk through those doors. Signing away any right to sue us to sue the arena to sue anybody else if you come down with corona virus from being inside a packed arena extraordinary. I mean. Seriously the hypocrisy there they do this fake macho thing which I by the way I never realized so like denying science was like Macho, but they do this fake macho thing denying medicine you know. And then when push comes to shove y'all shooting, you look funny. You're man asks. I'll share finey donald trump trying to be macho by being the only person wearing a mask where everybody else's weren't a mask while they're desperately trying. To get enough swab, so we can get our testing. They have to destroy it, but when push comes to shove when the rubber meets the road when it has to do with Donald Trump's money. He's in. Hey, you know coming to my rally could kill you, and if you come to my rally I'm not responsible. Sign right here. Not My problem. If you if you pay attention to me. And and do is I say and do. Of course you don't have the secret service around you all the time. You're not being tested rarely for Kobe. Having the people around you tested for Covid. Nineteen So you're not in the public. I'm in. So I'm not particularly worried but all you all you. You know my loyal base, my great American people. Just might die if you come to my rallies and so Don't sue me. You couldn't make this up. You could not make the stuff you really could. You really can't make it up. I, thought it joke when I tell you. It's poison Mr Go. SAYS UNBELIEVABLE America great again. Try Not to die while you're doing it. Hashtag make America great again, but you might die, and does not. We're not responsible. Okay for more years all right. you mentioned the article that talks about trumping severely out of step at the country, as Paul McCartney sang in rock show like a relic from a different age really. An effort to remove the names of confederate leaders from us. Military bases is gaining support from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle despite president trump voicing opposition to the move, the Republican controlled Senate Armed Services Committee has adopted an amendment proposed by Senator Elizabeth Warren that requires the Department of Defense Rename military bases named after confederate generals president trump criticized the measure yesterday. Yesterday, tweeting of course about Elizabeth Warren calling her pocahontas, saying she just introduced an amendment on renaming of many of our legendary military bases from which we train to win. Two World Wars hopefully are great Republican. Senators won't fall for this. Is that a threat? But on Capitol Hill yesterday a number of Republicans signal that they are open to the idea of renaming basis. Think..
"hunter hall" Discussed on The Power Trip
"Don't think Barney's the secret keeper you're on the. South, tell Marnie. I'll probably tell you off. The air is like legit. We look this boyfriend girlfriend kind of labeling moment, are we? Are we technically in a relationship now? Sports is next power money on the fan. Big. Fan. I. It's borderline criminal. HOW LITTLE! We played royal blood on this show in the last couple of years. We went away from them big time why they rock! Sure, good choice. Thank you. Royal Black or royal black royal blood, heavy day out of the black and royal blood at the same time. So, Hunter Hall. WHO's talking about? Gals that you gated with weird names, not you just people in general and your data Gal with a weird name. Does that throw you off? It shouldn't. Reminded him of the story that Guy From Katie WB like fifteen years ago, sixteen years ago. Tried to hook me up with a Gal that he claimed was a model like. And then her name was Susanne, which is my mom's name so I can't even I can't data. Can't.
"hunter hall" Discussed on WDRC
"Dot com that's right okay it's time now for the halls of ivy situation comedy series Ronald and Benita Coleman starred it was created by don Quinn who co created Fibber McGee and Molly now Ronald Coleman was William Todd hunter hall it was the president of ivy college and his wife Victoria former British musical comedy star was on the show as well this series followed the interactions with students friends and college trustees very fun series made a transition to television in nineteen fifty four as well so let's go back to March seventeenth nineteen fifty this is called the proxy runs political offenders out of town here's the halls of ivy ladies and gentlemen the dolls of flint's brewing company of Milwaukee Wisconsin presents all halls of ivy starring Mr and Mrs Ronald Colman the the welcome again I the wind the wind all the members of for their quarterly meeting president Dr William the musical comedy is around the corner of the library who.
"hunter hall" Discussed on The HUMP!
"May use you stole. May there's still a chance I'm saying it's bullshit I should have won. Leave it at that all right well. We hope Ian. Do you know whether Ian got ended up getting a good draw from the it was an auction right. Yeah I think he did pretty well. Raffle keep MIS misbehaving about it. It's a it was a raffle. You think he did well. Yeah they did pretty well. It's just crazy time right now. You know They officially closed their West bottoms location. Not by their choice seems like it was a landlord dispute. So he's going to have a new Pivot and it seems like he's doing that. I really love that space. So knowing he and now he's got something special cooked up so I'm excited although be good once we're able to so we extended the stay at home order. I saw the the city of Kansas City. And I'm assuming the surrounding counties that was appointed discussion in the one household earlier today when they make that announcement on the news whether that applies to just Kansas City Missouri or the surrounding. Although the the mayor's came out with a joint statement couple of weeks ago. See if that applies but hopefully we'll be able to get into their into his new location soon so I don't know if I mentioned would under also drinking boulevard floor obscure tonight. Wow that's a blast. From the past it is a blast from the past. I headed as a multi pack from Costco so I knew I needed to consume it and I'm Ann enjoyed this evening. Yeah that was interesting beer. It was a dry hopped porter I like the flavor on that dude so if you pour it in a glass. It looks like you're drinking a porter or stout you take a sip and you're like that's got some hot bind. Yes it does. It has little that pop. Tart that hop tart behind it The hop stank. Well somebody speaking a stank. We're coming up on Earth Day days. Got a little bit of stank in route going around right now although our next guest we've been chatting with for a while he. He typically don't stank. We're we're friend of the program hunter. Hoss's the CO owner Casey solar and like I mentioned earth. Day is coming up so we thought we chat with him about what the Sun actually looks like. Because he's an expert on solar although Ryan eubanks is joined us on facebook live and like to dispute you as an expert so hunter hall going to say thanks for having me Expert is a strong word that he ryan but yeah. I generally know what I'm doing though. Still Ha- right. Thanks for joining glad. Glad to know we can take care of new banks later so first question we had for you and it's brought up with you a couple of days ago so with this apocalypse we're going through now. I've been seeing a ton of commercials for generators like and with the running a solar company. How would solar panels fit into the equation for a survivalist? Because I know that's the pressing question. Thought we'd get that right out in in in our broadcast ends Pos taste. They will at least had the answer. On whether solar a solar panel array on their homes should be part of the survivalist equation absolutely because solar panels will be your main source electricity. There's no other way about it in any would add in batteries for energy. Storage of those tabs on the panels weren't generating electricity. You know like nighttime and then you throw in the generator as a backup of those times. Steady appeared to times of low sunlight when the batteries. Just can't keep up with your usage so but yeah absolutely solar panels would be your main source electric. I mean there's other there's other sources renewable sources Windmill would be another example. That for the for the survival is the proper those kind of people that are up. WanNa go totally off grid you mean the survivalist Johnson County could throw one million. Abakar allowed it absolutely. Why wouldn't they? I know my age related and stopped shit so as long as I declare it a a religious installation. Allow me to have it. I'm afraid when it swung around hippocampal. The ones the ones you think of when you think a windmill or you know you're not I'm not talking about that. The kind of kind survivalist could could afford you. Know not not a million dollar. Windmill that in all the big huge ones. You see in the solar farms across landscape different own for that's a commercial that utility scale. That's not. That's not the kind of thing you would do. You would put on top of your house. You have residential windmills. It would probably solve bird small rodent problem in.
"hunter hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And we thank you for tuning into this. You're happy it's Tuesday of Classic Radio Theatre Ronald Colman the halls of Ivy from seventy years ago today March third nineteen fifty and it appears. Somebody has a crush on Mrs Hall. Ladies and gentlemen the jaws of Schlitz Brewing Company of Milwaukee Wisconsin presents the halls of Ivy starring. Mr and Mrs Ronald Colman. I was curious I tasted it now. I know why slits is the beer that made Milwaukee famous. You like good beer. You'll find it pays to be curious and learn about slits for yourself Aw Aw and only on. Ooh welcome again to either colleagues. That is hiding. Usaa spring came to live you days ago and in spring. We all know young. Man's fancy likely turns to thoughts of Love Justice summer weather sometimes. It doesn't turn lightly at all but with a resounding crash madison many crashes. It's league innocent bystanders. Who are most shaken up? Nobody standards are more innocent this evening. That Dr William Todd Hunter Hall. I was president and his wife. The former Victoria Cromwell of the English stage it shortly after dinner. Doctor Hall is any study hall enters.
"hunter hall" Discussed on WTVN
"Vernon next weekend and I helped teach a class with me and we can get you off on the right foot thanks again that's at the hunter hall in Mount Vernon and again you can go to was CD's that Z. A. D. E. S. bees dot com or knocks bees dot com and register and then there's the beekeeping to which is in March later on a couple weeks in March so and I've understood I understand the for folks are going to this day that he would get some folks are showing up there that aren't beekeepers that just want to learn more about the bees absolutely absolutely and and you know a lot of times you know you've got you know a husband or a wife who wants to get into it and and we wholeheartedly recommend that they bring their spouse and let them see what they're what they're about to get into it it's amazing before long we're all in it and it ended going have been yeah we do our classes are set up in such a way that the money we make from those we turned the most vast majority go back into our scholarship program mentor and for kids and so forth and that's what we want to break things that I'm involved in is trying to get used to it during the big game and and teaching them about bees and mother nature and how to dance with mother nature not try to force her and it's it's a it's a really good class for people to show up in an incident we have been talking about this borough of might I get so many questions from people wanting to know you know what's going on with the baby is that the spray what is the strong the collapse disorder and if you scroll down to the bottom of my web page you're going to see a few links down there that are excellent resources for people to look at and see what we're up against in beekeeping with borough of March because that's the big thing since nineteen eighty seven when we import them into this country yeah you know unfortunately that Barbie but you're that's a kept us updated of course folks like yourself as well it's a lot of hard work Mike I understand about you you guys love what you do and we appreciate what you do and I think that you know the folks listening to us right now that are not beekeepers you know we talk about planting the pollinator plants to help out the the bees are out there but the one the.
"hunter hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Four at midway thirty three in Aurora and thirty four on Chicago's lakefront I'm judges elbow on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN baggage and John Williams here by the way Jim just a couple of techs about the rock roll hall of fame knoll to ari speed Wagoner's sticks come on you guys I'm not the score keeper what does or doesn't belong in the rock roll hall of fame John it's a key I'm a huge rap fan but been notorious B. I. G. does not belong he was amazing but he was a rapper not a rock and roller I think they need to be wings to the rock and roll hall of fame maybe there are but I mean I don't even I I completely understand the point of the call a little while ago who said Whitney Houston really are you kidding me two is fine too beautiful she was talented she was tragic but she's not a rock and roller hands down Ted Nugent should be in the hall of fame Ted Nugent is not in the hall of fame I don't know does the NRA have a hall of fame about the bow hunters hall of fame I think he's into that pay Smarty pants number yes you are right fill the tells here the restaurant critic for the Chicago Tribune could you tell by the way about this new national nightly newscast of three hours originating from WGN America starting this summer they have not announced a lead anchor on that three three one texted in is at three three one they said bill Curtis should do the national news that would be a great show I see bill Curtis as a unbiased fair national journalist voice I don't I don't know if he still wants to get in the game he's had his run in Chicago he did sixty minutes I don't know if he wants to do that still but it does I know it is independent productions like a joke I do hear that voice there's no mistaking that on national radio every week by the way we were also asking just clearing up a little business filled before we go to semi a restaurant reviews marriage make it the Tribune was retweeting somebody who said what's the one TV show you can just always watch and I'm putting the asterisk friends doesn't count B. which to somebody said merry should make loves maverick anytime maverick comes up you can just sit there and then that fund is that take you to a nice happy place not even the style gibbet just it's a fun little show to watching you don't worry about the world Johnny wanted to say what Johnny you're on WGN high Hey my show is Dick Van **** show that's perfect that's perfect that is exactly what I'm Feelin three kill I just think it was so good great cast it's always a great show when somebody with money when the show starts and you go all that's the one where and you know what happens and you sit and watch it anyway you still want to watch you still watch you can't wait until I wonder if you get over that item in this time no he didn't say I never get tired of the all time greatest Dick Van **** soups episode is Brady's to pay one ratings to Belgrade is I'm thinking of a wall notes episode which is the scary dream sequence that they had but that would just one come to mind for you Johnny yes the one where rob gets hypnotized unknowingly and every time the bell rings he thinks he's strong concede falling down drunk and then the bell rings and he's back to being straight great physical member that one I do and you know it's funny because I think this will pop up when we get nostalgic some of the shows that we remember so fondly are not as politically correct right like I don't think we'd laugh that drunkenness today the way we used to back that right foster books for mind absolutely a foster Brooks was so funny but this whole thing was what what was right where it was like that and this is what I feel better yeah yeah yeah yeah Johnny thanks for the phone call thank you love yourself I love you thank you for joining us murder she wrote Frazier is a good more modern version of the show that was really fun and really funny really clever every single time yep mashing cheers Jon golden girls mash Twilight Zone yeah I'm I would not I haven't seen Twilight Zone in forever but all of a sudden it does sound like kind of fun that night which wells owns always rise as here every every episode is a is a is a universe unto itself whereas the other shows are talking about are continuations with the characters are the same or develop slightly and you see them in different situations but as always Dick Van **** and Laura Petrie it's always this yes always buddy Sorel you yes you get kind of you know those those back I think modern family is going to get into that missed out your level in yeah maybe a dozen years everybody loves Raymond is there for some people yeah and somebody just texted that and filled the tell reviews restaurants for the Chicago Tribune as well as offers political commentary and thought about television shows are pretty much anything you turn the my gun and good but you would wind and other Zarrineh have appeared in the the one that I alluded to this getting a lot of interest from people is this often sorry which is in Lombard said to those of you that say Phil doesn't do enough suburban restaurants well I got this one you say Lombard I say lumbered ovens sorry you give it two stars she sits conversation friendly here's an interesting line you say you think after more than thirty years on the job I'd never be wild again by a chicken parmesan but often saris version is terrific and then you described the tomato sauce the bursts of concentrated flavor you like the veal Lee Monn another expertly executed classic you regulate the risotto and they make their own breads and pizzas there too hung yeah no it's it's the they're doing everything for this is that this is how in the user these are three oh three partners who have long and deep Chicago roots in and mostly Italian restaurants dating all the way back say to the Coleman in in Chicago million and the after years and years of working for other people suddenly they got together and said you know we could be the buses for change and they opened they found this for them perfect location on Roosevelt road in Lombard and it was a is a is a space in very good shape they didn't have to do much of the dining room at all at the end of the wood burning ovens they could do pieces in the back end Jeff that mean this or these are veteran chef is veteran chef was when crank up this kind of food for probably more than twenty male twenty years and they know what they're doing the two stars which is of excellent review rating by you and the price Italians usually pretty affordable right yeah most and unless you going into the get the whole fish or those that the big super duper field dishes you're probably at that the low twenties for most of the main courses in probably a little cheaper than that if you stick to the pastor's appetizers include Tim ballo of eggplant rolled around a ricotta spinach filling Estrada likens it to be a vegetarian and gluten free.
"hunter hall" Discussed on theblerdgurl
"I'm like I've mentioned. I've been to a few red carpets. Since the last the episode among them Dr Crystal Age of Resistance which of course is out on Netflix is now but I got to go to the New York Premiere at the New York City Museum of the moving image and the reason why they had there was because it actually houses some of the original Henson Jim Henson puppets of the original movie. It's amazing. I obviously some of the cast which was fantastic. Including Hannah John came in who you know her as Dutch from the SCI FI show killjoys and goes from ant man the wasp asp and Natalie Emmanuel who played missing day on game of thrones and of course Keegan Michael Key and I just need to tell you I don't know of Keegan Michael Key is ever going to listen to this podcast. What is one give him a shout-out. He is the nicest person like we were on the red carpet and we were waiting a while for him come in because when he got out of his car he greeted everyone outside standing on line like they either knew him or he was running for office. He's a really really nice guy. Really personable. Oh and took his time to talk to. Everybody like it didn't matter what outlet you were from he was talking to you and I appreciate that because you know black would be ignored on these carpets so yeah that was amazing. Dr Crystal was amazing. Obviously everybody's probably seen it by now but it was incredible seeing on the big screen as well and also meeting Jim Henson's daughter she's also very lovely and he's very very serious about carrying on her father's legacy with the Henson Company in the animation studio. I got to go to the urban world. Film Festival Red Carpet last week over the weekend. Basically I got to talk to you the cast of black and Blue Oh that's a new movie about a black female police officer played by Naomie Harris. Now you remember her from pirates of the Caribbean Ninja assassin moonlight rampage page. I love her. She plays basically a rookie cop who witnesses dirty cops murder someone while wearing an active body cam cam and then has to somehow get out of the hood that she's in chased by those same cops and there's only one man in the community willing to help her and that Amanda played by Therese Gibson the film also stars and if he's a Williams y'all remember hers thunder from Black Lightning and I spoke with them as well as the director John Taylor at urban world as well black and blue drops on October twenty fifth so I will have a view over my youtube channel before then you can see the interviews in their entirety. I I also had a wonderful interview with the team from Harriet namely Director Actress Producer Writer Casey Lemons I don't know if anybody remembers this but she was the shoop is the black lead in Candyman Yup. She's been in business a minute. She was also director of Aviv's by you and she was on the red carpet to talk about Harriet. I also spoke with the film's Star Cynthia reveal many of you remember her from widows as with Viola Davis and I saw the movie and it's good I mean look I'll be honest is a black panther no but it's not supposed to be. I mean it's Classic Casey. See Lemons pacing. It's thoughtful. It's moving. I actually don't think that the trailer is as good as the movie. I think the movie is better. I just think that this movie is a must see for kids who don't know that. Harriet Tubman had epilepsy or that she fought in the civil war or that she had two husband's like the original reason why she went back down. South when she freed herself was to get her husband the other thing that was interesting was it was a family affair because both Casey's husband actor director producer writer Von D. Curtis Hall and their son Henry Hunter Hall also Star in the movie taking a page out of the Smith's Miss Book Will Smith in his family. Henry actually looks like a young Michael Jackson in this movie to do not freak out when you see it and Harriet drops on November first another. We're not amazing to see Von D. as well because as you remember he played Ben Urich on daredevil and was killed off by kingpin at the end of the first season which was a travesty. I you know I love marvel but I will not forgive them for killing off. Ben On daredevil or Darwin in X. Men First Class US actually speaking of X. men and Marvel Ooh segway. I knew I mostly talk about indie comics. Jonathan Hickman has brought me back to marvel and reading marvel on a regular basis because of House Avec empowers events hawks pox for those of you in the know the two series are Oh really woven together well in fact Hickman has a series reading order at the back of like every book is pretty intricate but this is really the X. Men We need and if this is gonNA turn into our face five X. men. I'm here for it. It's a future we haven't seen before professor well ish perfect sick professor. XS walking it has teamed up with bag neo to stop the extermination of Mutants Yup teamed up with him. They are no longer enemies but the way the story is told us nuts. It's very philosophical. It's wrapped in mystery. One of the main characters from the original comics. They've never had powers now has them and they're bending reality so they might be affecting more than just her. It's crazy if you're reading it. Please leave a comment on this podcast on the site and let me know what you think because hits bananas this and of course it's fall which means it's con- season a lot of you have been asking me about my schedule now. I'm not only going to be at Newark COMECON next week from the third to the six but I'm also going to be an ACE comics out in Chicago Glendale really up at airport the following week from October eleventh through the thirteenth I'm really excited about all the amazing people I'm going to be able to interview on both in New York comic con live stage as well as a comecon stage and the great thing about aces. I'm actually one of the official host I get to actually interview some of the stars on my own and I'm excited but I'm also freaked out and if you've been following me on twitter and Instagram I've been sort of leaving hints as to whom I'll be talking to take a look follow the girl everywhere but everything will be announced shortly and of course I've got like forty five other things in the works as well. I've been posting more my youtube channel as well so please support that and if you can give it some love and subscribe they're just just like. I know you subscribe to this podcast. Of course you do in fact while we take this next break you can listen to this ad and went over to Youtube and subscribe. Go do it it now to give a hosted website on wordpress or is your site really slow. Have you gotten hacked in the past and just didn't know what to do. Well if so you you need site grounds now. I am a site ground affiliate. I'm.
"hunter hall" Discussed on DV Radio
"And if you are listening to the new where podcast is head over to pod being, I tunes Stitcher Google play and shit and other places that I can't keep up with because I keep finding Devi radio podcast every fucking where I do greatly. Appreciate all those at, you know, give those platforms we are still working on getting the Spotify. Ask like Ed frosty. That shit is fucking God damn tickets to the anyway. Yes, you heard, and the break, we done the song by John rich and the five called shut up of how politics was written by Greg field or kogo. Really fill now. Yes. Cove road. Yeah. That's pretty good. Right. Finally bo. Vic some weird dead. I actually can list right? So, so I watched the interview that, that okay did. And he was talking about how great gut fell fucking call him in the middle of the night. Like I got these great idea. That's awesome. Okay, you're sorry. So, yes, every purchase of that song. Again, that's shut up about politics by John rich and the five goes to folds of honor a hundred percent of it. That's right. Right there. Yet, wink folds of honor. Yeah. Hundred percent of this the song proceeds if you buy it off of your I tunes or any other app hundred percent of the proceeds go to fold of honor. Right. So a few nights ago, me annoy are almost always on Twitter, because at the middle of the night, we can't sleep, and we have to have something fucking do anyway. John rich tweeted out, a screen shot of them saying his Eurorail to shut up about politics was against their policies and some bullshit. I can't remember the exact wording of hold on a second. I'll tell you exactly. Says the link you're trying to access has been identified by Twitter or our partners as being potentially harmful or associated with violation of Witter's terms of service. But if it said fuck, Amar guy Beal. Okay. Right. So a lotta times a lot of times, what happens is, when you shorten your L on social media, it can do that. And you know, rightfully say we understand that. So we all know here lately that things like hyper short, your AL in bitterly dot com and stuff like that, or pretty much readily available for social media platforms. So nothing unless it spam should be bugged unless it's, you know, literally against their standards like killing and porn and shit like that, which it had nothing to do. So he put this up and Twitter has not unbanned it at all. And a lot of people who tweeted it out have gotten their tweets removed. Not just you know you can't put this up there. They have gotten there. Tweets actually removed because of this song. Now nowhere in there, does it say, you know, you're an idiot for talking politics or your piece of shit for being left or right winger? You're, you're black. So I hate you or anything like that. It does not say that anywhere in that song. My question is have they gone too far with censorship? And on that, all on that same on that same token is censorship, really helping anyone or is it help? Or is it hurting more people than it Selby one at a time and do not take ten years to fuck an answer, your guy here? So I don't give a shit. I don't want to get into all night on itself, being control. The narrative to one particular group of people like my people where facing that L Google. We're both watching the news and I forgot about something. But when the internet, I come of age back in the eighties nineties, Al. Gordon Bennett it sarcasm on. They were granted immunity in a lot of things because of it was going to be an open platform of all ideas. No. Censorship. And it's totally morph into the controlling of one political ideas, incentive agendas, and all that other, and it's time for and either end their protections against defamation. And all these other legal loopholes impact status small that. Veteran groups are being banned in in and censured. You heard Bo talking about it. I've we're experienced furred his first hand our shirts are deemed not offensive to political Lima loan denied to belittle, our ad accounts gone because it's okay to do bag IDEX, you know by talking about the AR fifteen promo contests on Facebook after we got their permission. And then they banned us three times for the same thing in the month. They're they're they're talking about. We're just ASO's delete our age of it's it is, it's under control. Now. Who, that's my son? He was right on cue on that, when I guess that was like that has to go in ad or the introduction to your I don't care to go somewhere. Holy flipping Kreis buddy, perfect timing. Now here's something y'all can chime in on, but I'm gonna read you the new after this lad, last at apocalypse with Carlos Mensa and going after Steven Crowder, YouTube, and Google announced the introduction of new policies aimed their, quote unquote, removing more hateful shrimp, Ramases supremacists content from YouTube in a blog posts YouTube said content that alleges a group is superior in order to justify discrimination on characteristics, like age race gender, religion, sexual orientation and veteran status. Has would be prohibited under its new hate speech policy. Now, this is on you to, and we are on YouTube, but not like we are here, peaceful in other places, but it's slippery slope. It's gonna come until be another reason to go after us here. So taken example, Shipley, the navy seal fake needy seal hunter hall deleted gun questioning, if this guy says he's veteran. How dare you question that he's better? And that's eight bowl or what the close group. I don't let somebody in because they're not that that's eight speech. That's, that's a hate crime, though. It's just it's unbelievable or even just Joe in joking. I had to delete, the post chappie contact me he got banned for sharing something from db, which I mainly went remove it was the posts as, you know, got to remind myself killing co workers at the office is, is frowned upon, and then does that will. Just this one and I've put on the post, and Tori Facebook. Disclaimer, this is intended for humorous purposes, only this is an example of sarcasm I deleted it. Anyhow, his jab just company in for Sheridan. It never ends. And right now it's not about, you know, protecting people. It's imp- reparation. It's been going on. But it's there's a big ramp up prior to the election. They know Trump one on social media, and if you can silence all you critics. Hey, it's a tactic. Okay. So let's go to recall only point can Google about is censorship, really helping anybody has gone too far. Like did they go too far here? You three. What do you think with the song? It's definitely going too far. I mean come on, like that. Like you said, it's all he's really saying is I'm tired of hearing about the politics of things. So shut the fuck up and move along. That's really all he saying. But apparently, that's that's just too much for Twitter, bright join later just so I can put that song of just for them to remove it that in the lead people know that I fell in the shitter. Point. I think I think censorship's absolutely off the fucking Hoke. Yeah. I am for digital Bila rights. It's time for congress or the president, while that's only jecklin. Border soon as office can be reversed. We need. We need our protections whole country cry. It's fucking insane. This country was founded on freed, we have unique freedoms that no other countries have in that second amendment being one of the biggest ones. And it starts at the school. They lack of education of why we have these freedoms why the first amendment is so important if you can't as veterans we curse hen, no white sold port. Now, it's in our face a why you need to protect that end. It's I don't wanna hear. I'm seeing even in the closed provoke. Nolan crease can off its company. Yeah. Well, we had to that fucking K. What if the phone company found out you're watching, you're watching videos on the DVD or you like the bait a this goes against our cable company and phone companies guidelines out. You're gonna we're deleting your count. You can get a phone somewhere else. Come on. You wouldn't accept it there. So why would you accept it on the social media platforms? Shut up. Well. Am I wrong on that? No, six. I think you nailed it right on the head. I think somebody, I don't remember who it was mentioned the social media Bill of rights. I mean, there's his gotten way out of control Ming can understand sistership to point where they're technically a minority group that's getting harassed or something along those lines. But at the same time, you You know. know, things hurtful. Thanks. That's, that's my point is. Hate speech. The it's like the hate speeds phrase is the synonymous with the assault rifle phrase, that's their young thing anything if I don't like it. That's eight speech. And that's all you gotta do is sit there and report it. And then boom, you know, there's gotta be something along those lines of, like Devi, as, you know, gets the point where you start promoting, you know, like suicide or something, like that's where they need to draw a line. But at the same time if somebody's you know making a mean for crying out loud of, you know. Back on one of the actual first amendment says. I am right now. It's not it's not the government enacted these laws, it's private companies, but then their laws to protect individuals their freedom to say whatever they want in the, you know. Or practice. Whatever religion and all that, or are, are, are damn political stance on, like you said you. Incite violence, you can't threaten somebody. That's not protected under Pritam speak. When the that's a typical left-wing tactic twos, to just redefine the vernacular, or the words. Yeah. Just because because you don't agree with something or you don't like something that makes it hateful. Well, the dead still that's a made up thing. There's no for all speech is protected even stuff, you don't like you can coinate hate speech. Well, that's what, what recoil say up until recently free to speech mitt freedom of speech, and until recently, they just started saying freedom of speech is only for the press. No, it's not freedom of speech is for anybody in the funding cry. And by. Hated right. And that's that's exactly what recoil say they're trying to change the nebula, and they always have it's clearly. Fun. Gifford post pictures president. That's why I had, and I would protect that not only that was even call it whatever you don't like it or whatever. But she wasn't Elling anybody to go out, you can construe. That's why art is, you know, devout ever. However, six and said that the White House and that right? Right. Your friend that right? That's, that's exactly where I was headed with that everybody. Everybody said, Madonna was in her right and her freedom of speech aid to court, you.
"hunter hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Took a closer look at Chris Paul's contract, it pays him thirty eight mill. Next year, forty one after that forty four after that, so it's one hundred twenty three million dollars for the age thirty four thirty five thirty six. Chris Paul, we'll aspect lower. That's a bad contract or not in the modern era of paying NBA stars forty million a year. You don't trust me. You have to as well. It sounds like a bad contract when it's one hundred twenty three million. But I don't know if it'll be hard to move for Daryl, Maury or not. When he's out there playing though he, he plays fine. He's ever relied on athlete says it's just the whole news being healthy enough to play thing. I mean I'm going to save. I would like to save backlog, it's time. Right. And, you know, his breath and words and precious words that he has and basketball information by not asking him that because I am telling you, it's a horrible contract Riddick, maybe the worst NBA history. All right. So there it is three years wants money, five for that guy doesn't play eighty two games and made it to one conference finals ridiculous. So book Schambori is with us now, cubs and Astros tonight, eight pm on ESPN. That's a good one. And he's the, the voice of baseball for ESPN before we get started here. Can you tell us and I read this earlier today that Robinson was benched for not hustling, and then he hustled, and he tore a quad or e tweet the quad for, for hustling for running it out your stance? There is what? I mean look, I think that there are times when he does stuff that doesn't look good. The biggest thing with him though is look at games played under Robinson canot every year one fifty eight. Plus he's out there every day. So whatever you want to say, I to me the, the, the effort questioning the want to questioning it's hard for me to get to that place for a guy who's played one hundred fifty five plus every single year following nightshirt does does the Latin ball player get that more than any other ball player. I mean he's so smooth and he's always made the game looked easy, sometimes easier than it should look the Latin ballplayer gets a lot of that. Yeah. I was going to answer the question on my own. My belly look big to you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's correct. And, and so who is it fair to swipe that with, like, who? Can I hit that put it on somebody and book, Sean, he's going to be okay with the smear of doesn't? Try hard all the time. Gods? On an excellent and the same. But you really be good at baseball. And then you. How you can you really be good at anything if you don't like it. I mean, I think it's rare. But I, I don't know. Who's who, by the way, loafer is such a good old percents. You know, for what? What is the modern? What is the modern day? What is the modern day? How do the kids say these days, moved to a to someone of? Loafing lolly gagging. Allow me. A low bird. Imagine going to someone going to someone like twenty six and being like hey. They look at you and they'd be like, wait read what it's about if someone's dilly dally that's bad. If someone's allow again, that's bad, but I feel like loafer is the most modern use of that expression. I believe that the way it can't be. Wait a minute. What do you what is what all these critics? But nobody provides a solution. What's, what is more modern than loafer? Dog? He's dog does. But I feel like something more modern than that. Does win congratulations. I don't know what those sound effects were. All right. So the Marlins outfield was traded for everyone. And now Derek Dietrich who I said, wasn't a major leaguer has seventeen home runs. Three of them yesterday. Your thoughts are what on the modern day player, Joey Gallo, the guy who gets to one hundred home runs before he gets to one hundred one hundred single base hits. These, these guys are great. It's harder to hit now than ever before. They throw harder than they've ever thrown a throw more breaking pitches than they've ever thrown. You don't get fastballs. It's just not entertaining is the problem. The problem is that the lack of contact and the ball, not being in play leads to too much dead. Time for sport debt, forever, has been criticized for too much dead time. And now it's at an extreme but relative to the most efficient way to score and the best way to do it not guys are great at it. And it's the way it needs to be done to try and score. It's just that you can go twenty minutes with the ball not being in play in a big league game. And that's terrible a slacker a slacker. What's worse? But it on the poll Guillermo, what's an older expression. Calling a player a slacker or a loafer. Do we want to commit looked me if it simple as like I just feel like I, I just do it in here don's. Oh, saying it. Sorry poppy. We've been voice for a long time. My father goes, you know, my father calls them flunky, which is even older. Very. Won't be cubs and Astros. Tonight, eight pm on ESPN book. We need you to decide some things for us. We, we love talking nineties baseball. We were talking about cute players players with funny names we were talking about fantasy hall of famers. So let's clean up. Some of these categories here. Mike winter have that you need to be an arbiter on. All right. Fun name hall of fame. We have delight onto shields Quinton McCracken. Mickey Morton dean booth Banzer. Propert. Pretty darn good move love booth bonds, or I love did you put job walking on. There was Ryan language. Thank you is his booth Bonsor, what better than buddy Bianca Lana. What do you be pretty good? Yeah. Is buddy, buddy, Bianca, Lana, funnier name then Benny AGA banning? Yes. I'm with you on that. So, yes, I'm players. We have FREDDY Sanchez Marcos, Kudarat, David Eckstein, David exe very important booed. The cute players have to be under six feet tall. Happy to good altuve afraid to base, too good. I submit Ron say, oh. The penguins when old school. I think it was too good though. He just chose a one thousand nine hundred seventy dodgers third basement. All right. Lastly, we have the all-time fantasy baseball hall of fame. Now it's hard to get into the fantasy baseball hall of fame. If you're just a great player at one position you win fantasy baseball by being a utility player. That's eligible for a lot of positions. So what do you think about Ryan Friel, Marcos Guterro, Benz? Orbis Sean Figgins. Ryan -tario. Bend over does not have an hour before the b by the way, Mike, it's just over. There's no Orbis count. Baseball elitist. Schambori my. Down raining down. You put an RN zobrist. I feel like I've I've gavel right now. Counts. I think Marlin Gonzales should be on that list of. Well, I go over it. Cubs and Astros. Tonight, eight PM on ESPN the voice of baseball, four ESPN book, Sean be with us on ESPN radio is, torii hunter hall of Famer boob. Well, I. Three different teams. That I who is that yelling outraged hall of fame baseball guy? It's a new character. We..
"hunter hall" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Bend over does not have an are before the b by the way, Mike, it's just over. There's knows Orbis. Baseball elitist vogue, Sean, be really rating. Going down as raining down. You put an hour and sober. Oh, okay. Like I've again I've a gamble right now. Counts. I think Marlin Gonzales should be on that list. Well, I go over it. Cubs and Astros. Tonight APM on ESPN the voice of baseball, four ESPN, boo sham be with us on ESPN radio is, torii hunter hall of Famer. Come on. He will also three different teams. That I who is that yelling? I can't outraged all fame baseball guy. It's a new character. The only thing missing in that rent was finishing with thirty. You tell the people what it is that this personal cause to you that we're all wearing the shirts here or most of us are some of us stugatz, God's isn't and Mike is aware next year. Boogie I got big plans for next year. Man, he didn't send you one he sent everybody one but you because of all the lies. Disappointing considering how much money I just donated charity we ran out sizes. I don't come in weasel. Talking about the amount of people that have mentioned to me, that's through God's will not be coming because of his lacrosse mitzvah, or whatever it is that he can't be attending like I mean come on, man, like pharma, twenty five dollars something. On the way out. Tell people how to do it, and what it is that you're what it is. You're advocating for because it's personal to you. Yes. So it's the Tim chigney gala and softball classic. You got those commie Bahama shirts that they were up to, to send you in there, supporting us and. Yeah. We, we do it to help people living with LS lost my friend, Tim. She had grew up with him for when I was seven years old in two thousand seven he passed away, and we raise money because the cost that goes along with the disease, just it just it escalates, so quickly. So we have gala that is tomorrow night in New York City, and go to my Twitter page at Shami to buy tickets. You can donate their and our auction it lives..
"hunter hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The draft to the closer. We have a lot of stuff. They're the masters basketball the NBA playoffs just about ready to get going. So busy time right now. A lot of a lot of stories all the way coaching situations. UCLA coach kind of choice, and I I know calling for a long time. I know he's a good coach very good coach, this just certain people that kind of see what UCLA the fits doesn't fit so top that just doesn't feel comfortable for me. But that's okay. He's a good coach is question. Really good really saw undergo. All choice, though choice, but they run fast and furious coaches they really were last night's game. Which listen if you title game goes to overtime and gets tied up by three with twelve seconds left. You got a hell of a game. And you had to hell of a game last night. These kids put on a show over the weekend. The all three games will wild. That's all you can ask for his close games in these situations. That's what you got again. I know that there's some minor controversy here. People didn't want the Moretti play overturned that on the how you more overtime. I mean, it was and I wasn't rooting one way or the other to me. Petard? I mean, clearly his hand on the way to do their say that but not all the time. We don't play off. We're not gonna turn. It makes sense to me. It was clearly Sam. Did did have an impact on the game question about as a million other things. The amazing irony here was that. Texas Tech, which was the best defensive team that we have seen in this Tienanment in a longtime one of the better ones. We've seen in recent years. I would not call them the best because to me to be. In all time team, you have to either be incredibly ferocious on the back line. We have incredible shop locker the likes of union college or Bill Walton or have a guy on the front who can just dominate like, gene. Smith who was the best on ball defender. I've ever seen in college basketball my life for Georgetown. They didn't have that. But they did have a very good defense and the made a fatal mistake again. It comes down. How many games I saw decided? Because of how coaches decided didn't decide the play with three point leads in this tounament. And here you had after the two free throws go through and give the players on both sides credit for making free throws. And given the bigs credit for making deals you. And a lot of Biggs go to the line late. And make free throws. And they were like sixty five percent shooters. And they went there and they knock them down. And they're up three points. And Jerome pizzas guided a basket, and he's got it. And instead of let him have that thunk which would have meant your inbounding the ball if you Texas Tech plus one. Which is what you could expect to happen. And I think drill went to the basket thinking he was going to dunk. They run two guys off. Off the player in the corner. And and leave them wide open. And run them to Jerome to stop the two which makes absolutely zero sense in that spot. I mean, why would you do that? I mean, why why would you you're not taught to do that after the game via talked about how hey there's no way we're taught the play that that way we don't ever play it that way. So they're not taught the play that way. And instead they run them off. Leave hunter open in the corner wide open. So drones has hack. I'm not gonna take this dunk. I'm gonna give a hundred for the three jaws two men to honor hits the three they get a defensive stand. They get that crazy play with Jimmy should have had the bowl with three seconds left. Instead, call timeout. The ball rolls out of bounds. That was I never saw anything like that my life, and they had a block the shot. And then we get the overtime muni hits the three that puts them up three points. And from that point Virginia goes on eleven run seventy five seventy three is where the Moretti play happens. Instead of it being tech ball down to Virginia ball, plus two. They get got to the foul. I make a couple of free throws. Now, it's four and away we go and they were on their way to a national championship. That's how it ended. Hunter was great in the second half. I said at halftime when I'm going up on the app said it's hunter or Culver who's gonna show up in the second half. It was hunter hall showed up but hunter not only. Culvert he'll call it a five to twenty one hundred miss I think one shot in the second half made the big three while twenty seven points and played a terrific game. And hunter guy Jerome their own fills up the box with sixteen six eight on a guy who was the MVP of the of the final four gets the twenty four points. They all make their free throws. And hunter winds up with twenty seven points with a big second half and plays. Great in that game. The three of them play. Great. The Texas Tech got an enormous lift from Francis. A matter of fact, if Francis Edwards hadn't gotten hot that game at two different junctures would have been blow out. They were two times with Virginia's uptake ten point leads and tournament the fifteens where Francis and Edwards kept kept Texas Tech in the game. And those two guys scored twenty nine points off the bench outscored the of the Virginia bench twenty nine. Six. And those guys were terrific Francis. Was their best player in the game at night. He was their best player in the game. Odem was clearly not one hundred percent which we talked yesterday. Excuse me. Owens was not going not nearly a percent which clearly hurt them. He was he is such a good rim-protector. I think he's a pro. And he's a really solid player. And having Tariq not healthy. I think really hurt and he was clearly hurting us any question about that. But we knew that going in that was going to be the case. And I thought they were times Virginia executed their offense brilliantly. And then late in the one thing that was a fail. Flow of Jinya when they had leads in the final five minutes, they stopped playing. They start trying to melt the game and start running those possessions thirty feet from the basket and winding up taking horrific shots three and four straight possessions and wind up letting team back in the game against all again last night against Texas Tech both times with they had big leads. They they just melted them away with stop playing when they played in the second half. When Virginia ran their offense. They ran to perfection. I mean, they were they will weigh over fifty percent in the second half. Both teams shot the ball very very well against good defenses in the second half the fence. We're really goodness game. They really weren't even both teams shot well from three forty five percent. Well, Virginia shot really well forty five percent. Tech shot forty three for four but only thirty three from from three, but they did make refills both teams that and they had their runs. I thought the difference for Texas. Their bench was unbelievable as I said Francis. And twenty nine points off the bench was enormous for them. I mean Francis was I thought as I said from the beginning their best player, but I think it really comes down to. More than anything else. Another bounce of the ball how they played that one possession because at worst they're going to be one with the ball. And from there, you can see a way to the path to the end of the game. But Jinya though off last year off one of the heartbreaking losses of all time a loss that almost destroyed this program. Embarrass them mortally. They went to turn this year. And they were scared to death against on the web. They almost afraid the play in the first half sitting here watching the game saying, oh my God. What is going on? It wasn't till the second half where they finally got their legs on trailing Gardner Webb at the half. If going through the last year. And then remembering that they would down forty five forty to Oregon and hit two big three's won that game. And they were out of it against Purdue Purdue to me let them back in the game. That was not anything. They did they let them back in the they had to make the pass the catch and the and the jumper sends overtime low question, but produce let them back in the game over and they got themselves back in the game the guy three and then the three free throws. And then last night again, another three the title game in the final seconds. So they had three games in a row where they were about that one. They were completely did the second one they were virtually dead. And then last night, they were all and they came back and forth. Overtime twice won all three games. One the two overtime games comfortably. And now wanted national championship for Texas Tech. Take a bow was a great run. Absolutely great run that coach comes out of it. A rising star. That'd be very hard to keep him a Texas Tech. Maybe they can keep them for one year. But we look if they do that even though he's not going to UCLA. And for Virginia. They have the indication and they have the national championship. The last two years. They've been looking for this. They've been set up for this. And they finally have it. And we got a great run game. They really did. Really was that ratings could be great because the two markets. But you know, what it was a heck of a game. It's all you can ask where you got a game. That's going. He's making baskets, boom, boom. You know, the Moretti shot the moonshot overtime. I mean, we said the hunters shot. I mean, you saw some really wonderful place and. Again. So you can ask for it was good at it really was Virginia congratulates, Jack, Texas Tech and the beard that a great job coaching team. Now, you know that Saint John's is making a change. We can take your calls on that. I have even though it's my school. I have no relationship to Saint John's. So I don't know anything more than anybody else does about Saint John's. There are a lot of schools. I know a lot of things. John's. I think it's important for them. Knowing the schools, well as I do is important for them. The understand what they need which they never do..
"hunter hall" Discussed on The Science Bloggers Podcast
"And psychology to explore. Why we liked the music to be light so Hallo Hunter Hall you. I'm doing really well. Thanks so much for having me David. So why don't we start by telling the audience all something about yourself and what you do see I. I teach people to play by ear. That's my day job my non job. I don't know what the word for that is. Is I run a podcast. That presents principles of music psychology in the context of songs that people love basically the concept is. What's the science behind why we liked the music? We like okay. So how different is that from? Say The study of music theory. That is a really good question. So music theory is the theory behind. What should do and what should happen if you do. Certain things with music music. Psychology is the study of what actually happens when you do certain things with music and it's the study of what music actually does to us. Psychologically that said my show covers psychology music theory neuroscience rhetoric psycho linguistics music psychology sociology. I tried to pick up anything that could possibly help. Answer the question. Why do we like this one song? Choose any song and tell us. Why do people like it to begin with you? Know what elements makes a song likable? Alrighty that's a that's a big question so I'm going to take closer by the chain smokers featuring halsey. There are a lot of reasons why assault on can be a can be popular but one of them. Is that people actually like it. There are a lot of other reasons but I think somebody must have liked this song in order for it to be number one for eight straight months. This is the second song ever to be number. One for eight months only happened once before. That's difficult to I mean eight months. That's a long time. And now you know why it got so overplayed one principle that I talked about what this song is. That never gives you any kind of resolution I off the chords. They're they're courts it never give you any kind of resolution. There's only three types. There's only three quarters of ever give you resolution. They're called tonic chords. Two of those tonic chords are never played in the song at all and one is never played at a point that could be considered an end so the cords never give you any sense presentation. There's only three notes that could be resolving notes. They're called tonic notes. Well one of those notes is used about three times the entire zone one of them is never used. The entire song and one of them is only used to pass from one note to another. They treat resolving notes as things that either shouldn't happen or things that should be used to not result now. Most people would hear that and think well that sounds like musical torture and after hearing the same song for eight months maybe you feel closer is musical torture but the first few times you heard it your brain started trying to predict what was going to come next and when her brain star trying to predict what's coming next. We get a dopamine release because dopamine helps us to focus and because we need to focus in order to predict what's coming next it's very subconscious thing. I don't think the chain smokers knew that that was going to work. But there's a reason that when they I wrote this beat drew tagger one member of the chain smokers and Freddie Kennett. Another guy who helped write the beat eat sat there listening to the beat for hours on loop because they love this beat so much because it keeps giving them dopamine releases because it never gives any form of resolution as in anything that gives us pleasure on gets used to dupe amine release and over time we need more and more dopamine to get all fix or we go into something new to get a new release so does that play into US liking music or wanting to listen to music. I think it's a great explanation for why songs feel overplayed if the dopamine released consistent if it happened every time the same way then we would never get tired of the song but after the sixtieth or hundredth time listening to the song. The effect is just so diminished. Because our brains know what's coming. We don't have to guess what's coming next. We already know it. We've heard the song one hundred times the effect it's smaller that we say I'm done with that time to move on to new saw yet up make sense if we didn't get tied. I guess you'd have like a number one song for several decades and that has never happened. I kind of want to ask your which one number one song that would be for several decades. I don't know if they would be a song for several decades. I mean you know. Music psychology theory is is not my field but I imagine that culture plays an important part in why we liked music. Oh absolutely and with that means the generation gap so to speak. I imagine it plays some part in this right so that's a good. I don't know. Is it possible for Song to be theoretically number one for several decades? I don't know so decades I would say. Probably not except for one big part. The songs that you heard as a kid were the songs your parents like and the songs that you listen to trying to feel nostalgic. Are The songs that you listen to as a kid and those were the songs your parents like. You probably like a lot of the same song to your parents. Did just for very different reasons. You like them. Because you're in a different generation than your parents gut makes sense. Yeah I can see that. So your podcast. What to tell us a bit about the Iranian story of this podcast and you know how and why did he do this so I love essays? Probably the best thing I ever say I mean I really like movies. I really like all the nerdy stuff. It's just essays. That's a little nerdier than normal. Most people don't write essays for fun but no I go. I go on Youtube and I turn on video essays and I just listened to those for hours and I got immersed in this field video essays and I'm thinking this is so cool out to do something like this now. A lot of video essays because of the medium focus on film and a lot of them will focus on the art and film theory. And they'll talk about what specific film moves should do to the audience things like when you do a close up on object it'll signal to the audience this Dickson -portant all a lot of that was filmed theory. It was this is what should happen and I thought that's a lot of speculation. I don't want to speculate about how the audience feels. I WANNA be right. I wanted to make a youtube video essay channel joining. I have got released my first video. I'm so happy about that so I figured I'm going to do something like this. The film mark this kind of oversaturated. I found some really cool things about music theory as it applies to pop music and thought. I WanNa tell people about this so I decided to stick to how the audience actually feels instead of how the audience should hypothetically feel. I decided to stick to music psychology instead of music theory. I didn't know music psychology. Feel that the time I just wanted to talk about the psychology of music and then and then figure thousand real thing so I wrote out a couple of scripts. Sorry I outlined. A couple of scripts wrote the scripts rewrote. The script went into a recording studio recorded. Everything edited the vocals altogether and then edited together with background music. Some people would really get the effect of the song and really understand how this song works and then I got burned out. I did it. Go to the audio for three episodes and said I'm not editing video right now. I'm going to release this as a podcast and not do any video right now about six months later. I did video for one episode and I was so happy about that but it took about two weeks to do that. One episode and maybe later. We'll get back to that as it is. I released as a podcast and Song. Appeal was born but if I have to say I'm also found fifty essays so people like nude writer is one of the Youtube channels that I watch regularly and I'm in totally all at at what he's able to. Do you know to brain that narrative. Mix it together with you know video and explain what is doing seriously. He is really going to what he does. I know it's like I wanNA learn for you. Know just how he does what he does. An and maybe one day. I'll I'll do the same. I don't but you can tell what he does takes a lot of work. Am I respect that? So who do you think is listening to a podcast who you aiming all of this this fall so this is the weird part. My purpose in song appeal is I hate. Seeing people not being enthusiastic. If you're GONNA do a thing enjoy the thing get as much as you can out of the thing and then I see so many people who hate music theory that I think okay. I need to do something to show people that music theory can be fun and Cool and interesting and that can be relevant that it can matter to you personally. Even if you're not a musician not last. Little bit is kind of one of the big things about song appeal that? I haven't been actually targeting this toward people who write music or people who even play music. If you listen through the episode you'll notice that not a single time. Do I talk about the audience? If the audience is a songwriter. I talk about a songwriter. Could do this instead of you could do this because my whole thing is to talk to people who are listening to music and explain this is why the music has the effect on you as you listen to it now. That said I haven't been doing a great job at marketing. It toward that group. I've been trying really hard. It's just it's been kind of weird trying to figure out where people talk about listening to music. Usually people don't talk about listening to music. They listen to music. I've been advertising it a lot towards songwriters and composers and they've been getting a lot of benefit from a to and I've I talk on twitter with a bunch of music academics and they hear the podcast a lot. It's kind of a scattered targeted audience. I kind of have to separate target audiences. One is sixteen to twenty eight year olds. Who grew up in America grew up speaking English because thou I can talk about culture and linguistics without having to talk about a hundred forty seven. Different countries worth of cultural linguistics. Billy rather just talk about one and a lot of pop. Music consumers are from America's so. I figured I'd be appreciative. I haven't checked that I haven't checked. I need to go check that okay. So regardless the secondary target audience is songwriters and composers because they're going to get the most benefit out of hearing what effect music has on people. Yeah well it makes sense. I think like doing a podcast is running a startup. You start with this hypothesis that okay. These are the people that are going to buy my product. Whatever it's going to be and you test that hypothesis and quite often you're wrong and the people that all going to buy your product is not who you necessarily may have thought about and I think podcasting is the same in many ways. Sometimes the people you think are going to be the most interested in your podcast are not people that you imagined and might be somewhere else someone else and I think that's the Day Challenge. Marketing a podcast. Well that's the fun part of it. We didn't enjoy doing it finding that audience whilst would do it. I'll be perfectly honest. I am hoping to hire like a PR person but does not going to be until they later down the road because I'd really rather focus on being the host of the show instead of having to be everything on the show. I can certainly understand that you know being everything on a show it it takes a Lotta time when effort and being able to district does task would would be an immense benefit. You know you. You won't be thinking about so many things at the same time so I have one final question. It seems like a lot of universities now are using data analytics to to examine song-sam samples and one of the findings that the well some of the findings that they did talking about is that music is becoming less complex or an odd showing that diversity that they showed it in the past or the tend to be louder. Is this do think a valid way to analyze music? I mean it's just looking at music theory. Not necessarily the psychology behind. But should we be doing this okay? So here's the tricky part. I tried to focus on one song at a time and dive really deep into that one song because I feel like that will give people the best idea of why that song does put it does but sometimes we really do have to compare a certain song to the cultural norms. What's going on and when you do find out there's a lot more to a song than just what it is..