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Jon Voight: 'Wake up, America! See This Lie.'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Jon Voight: 'Wake up, America! See This Lie.'

"Check out what he released on his Twitter account last night. My fellow Americans, can we all speak truths? So we can see the lie that was brought upon our president Trump. And the ones who once were on his side are now finding wrong with the documents. Can we see this lie? Did they ever attack Obama's home or Clinton's? And why not? Because president Trump knows that the swamp are all lies, and he once drowned them. And they're all afraid you will see the truths. Wake up America. See this lie. And we must see this as similar to president Kennedy's files. My Friends, the deceit, will surely die for no man shall turn truths for their ego for their unrighteousness. Because our witness will surely condemn this war. The third World War, yes, it's been turned into a war. But this force this evil force against the American people will be wiped out by the power that once helped George Washington win the revolution for freedom. There is a God. And he the almighty will answer our prayers for this nation to be strong and safe and loving for our future. This is the greatest country. The line of opportunity where one can be their greatest self. This is America. And my fellow Americans, I'm proud to be an American.

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Jon Stewart Is Pushing a Veteran Healthcare Bill He Doesn't Understand

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:27 min | 2 months ago

Jon Stewart Is Pushing a Veteran Healthcare Bill He Doesn't Understand

"John Stewart is out there pushing a bill that is designed supposedly in order to make sure that people who are in the military and who have been around toxic substances get the healthcare that they need. And that is supposedly what this bill is about. I say supposedly because that's what the bill is about, but the Democrats also added a massive budget gimmick that essentially adds $400 billion in spending. To the bill, they just added it right on top. John Stewart was out there pushing this bill because John Stewart doesn't know how legislation works, John Stuart is not a particularly sophisticated political player. I understand these ban on TV for a very long time and then he went absent for a very long time. But Jon Stewart is essentially any other Hollywood activist. He reads the top line of articles and never reads about paragraph four. Well, here's what happened with this bill. So there is a bill, and the bill included a bunch of healthcare provisions to help U.S. Military veterans who had been stationed around burn pits, which are pits that are essentially dug to dispose of waste at military sites, and the smoke has been seen to cause long-term respiratory illness and many of the exposed soldiers. So there's a bill to pay for their healthcare, the problem is that what Democrats then did is Democrats took a bunch of money in the Bill and that money had been labeled as discretionary spending. They were adding on top and they shifted it over to what's called mandatory spending. Now when they did that, which means that under all circumstances government, shut down, under mandatory spending, the money must be spent. That didn't take the amount of money that's his $400 billion. It didn't take it from discretion or discretionary to mandatory. And then the $400 billion in discretionary spending just disappeared. All that did was it freed up $400 billion in discretionary spending. So that $400 billion slot still holds. It's still there. So through a budgetary gimmick, basically Democrats took the discretionary spending, they said that we will call it mandatory. That didn't make the $400 billion that was discretionary. Like in a big bag, shift over to the mandatory category. All it did was it added $400 billion in discretionary spending. It just meant that the $400 billion that had already been allocated, now moves into the mandatory, but there's now a big $400 billion bag of cash that is out there under this bill. So pat toomey, who's a Republican from Pennsylvania. He opposed the bill. And this caused John Stewart to rail against pat toomey. Because again, he doesn't care how much the government spends. Democrats don't care how much the real question here is why Democrats did this gimmick in the first place. Why are Democrats trying to add $400 billion in slush fund spending to a bill that was designed to protect the healthcare of military veterans?

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Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

"So we have a member of a new organization that I am very thrilled to introduce you if you haven't heard of them called americano media that is speaking from a conservative viewpoint to the Latino community and joining us now is Lucia Navarro and award winning journalist from americano and Lucia. I'm glad we finally got you on it was my fault, but good to hear from you. It is a pleasure. Thank you, Jennifer the invitation. We're very happy to be with you and very happy to share the news of poor American. What is a purpose with all the communities? And the whole community there in the United States. Well, and that's just it. You guys are speaking in Spanish, which we have historically been bad at. You know, I mean, most Americans know exactly none languages were marginally competent in English. But now we've got people in their own language hearing the views that mirror their beliefs, mirror their their beliefs in God and country and entrepreneurship and all that. So tell us tell us how it's going at americano media. I know, I know it's going well. I want to hear how well. Well, it is very well let me tell you, because as you just said, we explained Latinos. The real views of the politics in the U.S., we do not believe that all Latinos are Democrats because they think that they are the parties that are going to really fight for them. We do not believe that. And we're sure that many Latinos are just blind. I mean, they don't understand that the values that we share is Latinos. Those that we were raised with are Republican

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Dave Brat on the Grim Outlook for the US Economy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Dave Brat on the Grim Outlook for the US Economy

"Look, we got a lot of bad things happening in the country right now. Almost too many to count. But the one that's hitting all of us is the damage they've done to the economy. So we're going to have someone on to talk now about what the damage is and what we can expect. Former congressman Dave brat now economics professor. Dave, it's bad. It's ugly. I cry when I open my financial apps. And you're not going to tell me it's getting better, huh? No, there's no good news out on that horizon. We're not only destroying inflation and the price system and the interest rate, which is the price of money. It's the main price that we use to make all our other calculations, but we've been in a 50 year decline on the major variables that affect the real economy. Too much attention is paid to the stock market, which is the financialization of all this stuff right now. That's fine. You know, that affects your retirement and all that. But the real economy is what makes that possible. And if you just think through the main components that drive growth, capital investment business investment, small business is getting clobbered, human capital is one third of growth. That's education and just compare our high school graduates with the Chinese and Indian competitors and we're getting clobbered and then the main driver that causes economic growth. I did my PhD in economic growth. And, you know, if you had capital, you get diminishing returns, you remember in your horrified freshman macro class there. But there's only one variable that causes long run economic growth, and that's called total factor productivity. That's the creativity and the ideas and the entrepreneurship that's made America great. And if you neglect that one, that one, if you have it, it makes the whole curve go way higher.

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Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Chat About School Choice

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Chat About School Choice

"Now let's talk about the other big win. State of Arizona, the money follows the kids, laid out for us, Cory. Yeah, so the victory in Arizona is the biggest school choice victory in U.S. history. Every single family, regardless of income, regardless of background, will be able to take their kids state funded education dollars to the education provider of their choosing. That could be a public school, a private school, a charter school, or a home based education option. With this victory, Arizona cements itself as the number one state for school choice. And when governor doocy of Arizona signs this bill into law, which he is expected to do soon, he'll essentially be walking up to governor desantis of Florida and snatching out of his hands, the school choice championship belt of the U.S.. Look, ducey's been a leader in school choice. We all know this. This is friendly competition and more Republican state governors should follow the lead of doocy and desantis and go all in on school choice. Now is the time to do it. Support for educational freedom is at an all time high and defenders of the status quo are on defense. We saw this with Terry McAuliffe. We saw this with the national school boards association who tried to label parents as domestic terrorists for pushing back at school board meetings about curriculum. Well, since then, over the past half a year, 26 states have already left the national school boards association. We might as well call them the regional school boards association.

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Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Discuss Carson v. Makin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Discuss Carson v. Makin

"Corey D'angelo is with the association or the American federation for children. And he has been just a leader in the fight for school choice. And we got two wins. First, the Supreme Court decision I forgot, and then also the Arizona decision to have the entire state be run with the money following the children. Congratulations, because you were a part of both those. Maybe not the Supreme Court case as much. But tell us the implications of the scotus decision first. Yeah, totally. This is the Carson V Macon case coming out of Maine. It was a 6 three decision in favor of parental rights and education. And the basic takeaway is if you're gonna have a school choice program, you can't discriminate against religious families and religious schools by excluding them. That's what was happening in Maine. And it pretty much reaffirmed what we already found in the Espinosa V Montana decision in 2020, which was a 5 four decision on the part of parents. And it also reaffirmed that school choice has no issue with the separation of church and state, which is not itself in the constitution. For the same reasons that pell grants don't violate the establishment clause with the pell grant for low income kids, you can take the money, you can go to a public or private university, a religious or non religious university, and you have a choice in the matter. Same thing with pre-K programs, same thing with Medicaid. You can take your Medicaid dollars to a private religious hospital if you want. And there's no separation of church and state issue because the primary beneficiary that funding is the individual student and their families and they can pick among religious and non religious

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John Zmirak: 'First China Came for the Uyghurs'...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | 4 months ago

John Zmirak: 'First China Came for the Uyghurs'...

"Volkswagen back, I'm talking to John's mirac Jon it doesn't have people can read your stuff at stream dot org stream dot org. What else should we talk about? Well, Jason Jones and I co authored another piece at the stream called first China came for the Uyghurs and the Vatican said nothing. I don't know if people following China news. The most prominent Christian in China has just been arrested. Cardinal Joseph zen, 90 years old, he's the cardinal of Hong Kong. So he's from the part of China that was free until 1998 under British administration. And then was turned over to communist China. On the promise that it would retain its free political system. Of course, like all promises made by communists, that turned out to be a lie. And there have been crackdowns and arrests and China put into place a law that anyone in Hong Kong violated the Communist Party's authority could be shipped to Mainland China where the courts and the juries would be much stricter. Cardinal zen helped set up a charity fund that would help fund the defense of people against such extradition orders. China just arrested him and everyone else involved in the foundation.

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Rahm hangs on to win Mexico Open for 1st win since US Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Rahm hangs on to win Mexico Open for 1st win since US Open

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Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays

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CNN+ Looks Doomed as Public's Anti-Woke Appetite Grows

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

CNN+ Looks Doomed as Public's Anti-Woke Appetite Grows

"So many of you have heard about this story of CNN plus. A CNN plus had the ambitious idea of trying to become some form of a Netflix for news. What a dumb idea. Axios dot com has come out and said that CNN plus looks doomed. CNN plus has roughly a 150,000 subscribers so far. We have more subscribers than CNN plus. Warner Bros. discovery wants to eventually bring all of them under one giant service around HBO Max, and CNN plus original plan was for CN plus to become profitable in four years by investing $1 billion into the service. Executives believe that if the service wasn't being kneecapped, its growth rate would have rivaled other print news outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, which have about 2.9 to 2.7 million digital subscribers, respectively. However, no one really wants to watch CNN plus. It's not just the fact that no one's subscribing to it, it's at the content itself, is going horribly. But it's not just on CNN plus, it's also Jon Stewart's new show. The post millennial dot com reports that Jon Stewart's new woke TV show tanks and loses 80% of viewers after first episode. It's on Apple TV. This is not sustainable at all. While shows like ours are flourishing and we're hiring and we're adding staff. And we are strengthening our entire program, our podcast is growing and our radio program is growing. And those things are doing on rumble is growing on YouTube. It's growing. Jon Stewart is floundering. No one wants that information. In fact, the shows like Bill Maher and Joe Rogan and ours and the people at the daily wire, the great folks of the daily wire, they're doing very well. There is kind of this anti woke appetite that is growing amongst the people.

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Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins

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Andrew Sullivan: The Problem With Jon Stewart

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Andrew Sullivan: The Problem With Jon Stewart

"I wish I could but I can't and that is read this entire piece written by Andrew Sullivan on this site the weekly dish It is a fantastic piece And mister producer let's link to it if we would The problem with Jon Stewart how painfully cringingly super woke must a comedian get to stay relevant And he appeared on this Jon Stewart show I don't even know where the hell it is I guess some podcast maybe on the Internet And he was set up in John Stuart has just discovered his Or racism Not him of course the rest of us So he promotes this entire ideology You know he probably read one or two of the books put out there By the race hustlers But I have to say Andrew Sullivan's response is extremely thoughtful and very comprehensive And I will touch on some of it here I'll move on from the way he was set up And to this on the race question Stewart has decided to go way past even Robin Deangelo if you read my book American Marxism you know she's a cook And his passionate anti whiteness is opening monologue was intoned at times in a somber tone As if you were delivering hard truce that only bigots could disagree with Yaga that no one in America had been prepared to have an honest discussion about race until the reckoning of 2020 He also suggested that nothing had been done by whites to support African Americans from 1619 Yeah he went there until now The most obvious solution reparations was he implied somehow absurdly taboo

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The Difference Between Jon Stewart & Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 6 months ago

The Difference Between Jon Stewart & Mark Levin

"Black people have had to fight so hard for equality that they've been irreparably set back in the pursuit of equity Now I don't know what that means exactly He certainly write with respect to slavery and people who are freed after slavery and segregation and so forth But a lot of black people in this country are not the progeny of original slaves or the segregation movement Any more than any then all the white people in this country are We had massive immigration in this country After slavery as well We've had it since But the point is what exactly is the purpose of these stereotypes Does it improve the life of a single person Some white people in this country Have for the work very very hard to have what they want to have what they get to pursue what they desire Have worked very very very hard They couldn't all go to Whatever universities that Stuart went to two thirds of the people in this country have never gone to a four year college Many people work very very hard but this is the difference between somebody like me and Jon Stewart I look at a person and I look at a person He does not

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Jon Stewart: America Has Prioritized White Comfort Over Black Survival

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 6 months ago

Jon Stewart: America Has Prioritized White Comfort Over Black Survival

"You see John leibowitz or is a Lipschitz mister British Will you check for me please Sleep a wet Lipschitz would have been so much more enjoyable But John leibowitz has never lived in a totalitarian regime I haven't either But I can imagine what it's like He can not He can not We have a guy like him who's made a fortune From being a punk not even a smart ass at dumbass May I say that I think I will Chose anybody can make it in America Cut 14 go For however sincerely we want to reckon and listen The truth is America has always prioritized white comfort over black survival Now listen to this you see this is how you destroy the individual There's 330 million people in this country He creates a stereotype he generalizes and he applies it to races There are other people who do this racist do this bigots do and other people do it He does it in a different way That's all He does it in a way that's acceptable that celebrated Let's celebrate it

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Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1

"Evgeni Malkin had a goal and two assists for the penguins in a five one something in the lightning Sidney Crosby Danton Heinen Brock McGinn a J. cancel also scored as Pittsburgh won for the eighth time in its last nine road games Tristan Jarry stopped twenty shots for the pens Andrei vasilevskiy made thirty five saves and peer Edward Bellemare scored for the lightning who had a five game winning streak snapped Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper was given a game misconduct for arguing with officials with fifty three point seven seconds remaining in the second period I'm Dave Ferrie

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Elise Jordan Pins Jon Finer on What Options Are Left, Short of War

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Elise Jordan Pins Jon Finer on What Options Are Left, Short of War

"To John finer at least Jordan Also of the looks like the MSL they're sending out the backup team The tier two team the deputy principal deputy excuse me national security adviser on MS LSD today So they can lie to the 12 people who view that network Cut 11 go What are the existing measures short of war that are left for the administration to pursue given Russia and Putin's aggressiveness No I don't know who Elise Jordan is Sure she's another reprobate but that's actually a good question Go ahead So thanks Elise for that question Our response from the beginning has had a range of elements including more than $650 million in security assistance that we have provided to the Ukrainians over the last year so they can defend their 650 million They're spending trillions like it's nothing You're going to have 650 million of the course of a year to the Ukrainians to defend themselves I mean does anybody really think this is going to do a damn thing $650 million The teacher unions laugh at this Paltry go ahead It is also included significant movements of U.S. forces are from Western Europe into Eastern Europe and from the united Ukraine Removing forces from Western Europe to Eastern Europe into NATO countries that are on the border we crane He won't answer the question What are you doing what are you doing about Russia And it's aggressiveness with Ukraine Go ahead

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Jon Finer Didn't Initially Admit Russia Was Invading Ukraine

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Jon Finer Didn't Initially Admit Russia Was Invading Ukraine

"So now here we have the press and the administration in a semantic debate and I want to announce to you now there's more news that tanks are now moving in to Ukraine Really no surprise there but it's awful Obviously the Ukrainians provoked them Because they live and they exist But Aaron Burnett heard Bernie question is isn't this an invasion So here we have CNN which nobody watches Debating John finer who nobody listens to Is this an invasion The reason John finer couldn't just flat out say yes like we did last evening on this program is because the orders came on from down high even though they were gurgled And spittle and incoherent he read between the lines Don't use the word invasion Maybe we can pull Putin back And then later in the course of the morning the Biden White House uses the term invasion Go ahead So what president Putin has done already today is something that we are appalled by but not surprised by the entire spectacle that unfolded in Moscow was more or less predicted publicly by President Biden and some of his comments by Secretary of State Tony blinken and his comments to the UN Security Council And something we were prepared to respond to and do you already have responded to through an executive order that this administration put out tonight We have also said that we plan to take additional actions tomorrow in terms of what is actually happening on the ground in the Donbass region of Ukraine We have seen reports but we are basing our actions on what Russia actually does not the statements that Russia makes We're going to continue to assess overnight Any steps that Russia takes and we will be prepared with a significant response tomorrow Does it sound like you answered the question

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 Chris Young leads Academy of Country Music nominations

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Chris Young leads Academy of Country Music nominations

"Chris young leads the academy of country music award nominations with seven marches are a letter with the latest Chris young earned three of his seven nominations for his collaboration with Kane brown on famous friends Miranda Lambert and Walker Hayes each have five nominations Lambert Jack Ingram and Jon Randall are up for album of the year for the Marfa tapes they're up against young Carly Pearce Thomas Rhett and Morgan Wallen who was removed from last year's ballot after video surfaced of him using a racial slur entertainer

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"jon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"jon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"I'll be happy that there's very little risk that we're going to go into a war anytime soon. Unless there's some extreme event that happens that dead. That we're not aware of right now people talk about Trump. Like he's an authoritarian. He's not he's a narcissist and there's a big difference if you take a look at what's happened, for example with respect to Covent over the past eight months. It hasn't been Trump that's been talking about, you know, federalizing all the standards. He's knocked out there saying shut down. He's not out there saying wear masks. He's not the one that out there saying nationalize businesses in order to produce things for for things. I mean, that's just not who he is. He instinctively is a pro-business pro-government federalist. Guy and if there were ever a time that a president or anyone else could have used or power. It has been during pandemic you need really know to look no closer than New York or Massachusetts or Michigan or a whole slew of other states to see just how far government could go if they wanted to in terms of imposing their will on, you know, the people and Trump just didn't do that. He was incompetent agree and he again is an extreme narcissistic things really are all about him. But that's very different than a totalitarian that you need to be concerned about someone that's just going to completely destroy. The the country and that's just my take in terms of what's going on. We will try and impose, you know, talk a little bit more more about politics especially over the next page as we got closer to the election, you know, it's a topic that's at hand doesn't always per se going going hand-in-hand with something like Broadway because Off Broadway is entertainment and I am strong a strong view that you do try and keep your entertainment and your politics aside, but you know, it's also a fact that there are plenty of shows that have politics in them and Broadway community over time has indeed I you know confused itself and various political discussions. So it's appropriate for us to bring up those topics and not shy away from them on this podcast but wage That's my take for now again. We'll try and be back over the next week or so. We're talking about doing a few different things with respect to the podcast off. Maybe some interviews more panels more discussions a few other things. So stay tuned and hopefully will continue to earn your support and for that. I'm John I'm Chase and this is Broadway in politics..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"Like an eighteen year. Old Guy you know I. had my laid. I'm fall in love with the girl. From one night of sex, she must have been really good. I'll tell you that. I agree why God Amazing Song. Song I like in Miss Saigon is an American dream. That's the engineer is big song where he dressed right before the end of the show and he's dreaming about coming to America. Hey. By the way that he ever make it. Now. I don't think he did they kind of dropped that story line you notice that Ending, sucked they didn't really say whether or not the engineer made it or not I. Mean Chris Kinda Kim Kinda killed herself at the end. And we have no clue what happened to the engineer or not or little chances are probably didn't make it to America. But now they got the kid at the end and the Christian his new wife. Allan Allan. Probably. took him to America right. The. Kid Kim, Kim sacrificed herself and killed herself. So Chris had to take the kids to America. You're kind of Miss, that Portuguese. Yeah The endings boring however she killed herself. Thinks. She killed herself and nothing else happened if. She killed herself and Ellen took the kid and they went back to America. Missed by chase I guess you're gonNA. have to watch it again. No. After the first. Half. Hour kind of guess. Show. Really. Good. Acting Watson. Beautiful. Women. Running around with no clothes on. A good show. What's not to like? Great Music Great Acting Great Story. Unfortunately it will be always be the number to show of Claude Michelle Miko bail because they are, of course, the creators of Les Mis- Lemus which and then in in the new contract. Which? We just saw the new concert. We'll talk about that. That was a little weird. You know I mean that was like a hybrid. They didn't really figure out what they wanted to do. But. Anyway. You know it's kind of interesting because for a lot of playwrights that would have been in fact, the best show they ever wrote I mean again, really was a good show. I think is a better. We many is in a different league. I, agree with that. It's much better but. You now that's because it's lame is. And we'll talk about Lee is another time you know when we talk about epic shows. Lay Mrs certainly up there as an epic. What else do you WanNa talk about four Miss Saigon before week tune off for the day. Watch Miss Saigon not sponsored by Miss Saigon Watch Miss Saigon, and again the. You know in these covert times ongoing you the the movie version, which is really just the show. Miss Saigon is. The gold standard. It is a classic is a phenomenal performance. Am I not be like how it is on Broadway Martine stuff but Anyway This is John Chase and this was Broadway in politics. By..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"Hello when and welcome to Broadway, in politics. Today on Broadway in politics we're going to talk about Miss Saigon. Miss. Guy. Oh My. Miss Saigon is what I call a sleeper hit. It was a show that was created by the creators of Les Mis-. and. It was actually a very successful show Um in has probably one of the best musical soundtracks of any show out there. Man. You're gonNA, challenge their chase. Probably, really you don't think it's good. It's good but I don't think it's that I didn't say it was the best I said one of the best. Still. Anyway. So Miss. Saigon. Played for many years and Broadway and had a successful revival recently. Yet. But because it was created by the creator of you know. Is. You know it's Kinda like the second child but I think it's successful in its own right and deserves to be remembered for a fantastic show. Anything Chase. Yes even though I didn't see it saw the movie a bunch of times, but the movie is staged version of the show. So you kind of saw the show. Yeah. Did you like the movie? Was Fine. I, gotTa tell you. I mean, this is a little off topic but as far as movie versions of shows go to me Miss Saigon the gold standard is by far the best staged movie version of a show that I have ever seen hands down and the second place runner up is like light years behind it. What do you think? Yeah. I have to agree with you on that one. was really good. And the guy who played the engineer John John or Bonmann got what his name is King John John. Anyway he was amazing. Honestly I mean I have seen Massana seen it many times. In the original cast no, he wasn't the original engineer actually this no I think he was in original. Sample Oh, he might have been could have been some other all I know that he was in the show Miss Saigon for many years, and then he finally got the opportunity to play the lead role, the engineer. And I mean I have seen the show I've seen Sargon many times and he is. The Best Engineer Out there, he's just amazing. So hands off to. John. John. very, very proud. The original engineer actually. Share. This is a very good story for the PODCAST. Was Jonathan Pryce. Those of you who don't know John Price. He is a very famous British actor he has been around for. Probably. Sixty years the industry's he's pretty old now he's. Probably in his eighties there was controversies on him, right? Yeah. So what happened was he was white. and. The engineer surprise surprise they wanted to be. Asian Asian. And they're Kinda right there. Right for show about Asians it takes place in Vietnam you know engineer is definitely not an American because she's screaming about how he wants to go to America to fulfill his American dream. But. You know the producer. Wanted Jonathan Pryce probably to sell tickets. They weren't really sure how successful the show is going to be Jonathan Pryce back then was equivalent of. Who you know like Evan, Platt Platt, my black Ben Platt like. I don't know who's WHO's The star of the star. On Broadway, these days. All right while the star of the store on Broadway that was kind of Jonathan Pryce back in the day in the early nineties late eighties. So, they wanted him to make sure that they were spending a lot of money on the shell. When they wanted to make sure they were gonNA make their money. So long story short the back in the British version, the show. Jonathan Pryce put on a ton of makeup to make him look Asian. How's that on? I I don't know how it was done, but it was done. And and It looked weird I'm not GONNA lie did look weird. But when they came back to America to do the American version of the show. Just. Let them like a white guy. A white guy and then they hired a whole bunch of Asians and of course, because they take place in Vietnam and make they did the role. John. Who? Played the role I think it was hinton battle played it in the original cast. Again, in England, it was some white dude so. He does not look I need. That's how they did it who Dobbin price that's probably the American version. Anyway. I said he did not they didn't put him and make up in the American version they only put them in makeup in the British version. He started the rolling the He created the role originally in England and then they moved the show. New. American. Going, back memory lane on the original cast of Saigon. They casted a beautiful young woman named Leeann Salonga. WHO Is Fairly. Famous. Now she's she's gone on to play a lot of roles on Broadway. She's been a famous actress she was from the Philippines. And she Had A spectacular voice. And she did a fabulous job playing the role. And you know? Quite said, hidden battle play the role John and that kind of solidified the original cast of Miss. Saigon. Was a quite ahead. It went on for like five six, seven years to show played. Chase maybe you can do a search and see how many. Shows play, but it went on for a long time and it was played in the Broadway theatre, which is a really, really hard fear to continue to sell out. It's one of the biggest ones. On Broadway. They King Kong show is there. Did you see it? Did you. Saw You saw King Kong. Where did you see King Kong Chase? Hot, I sort to. I mean aside from the puppet which was amazing. Yeah, the show and the music. Was Pretty bad pretty bad idea. Anyway, let's talk about missing i. what's your favorite song and Missing Chase If he's Why not? Why God Song by? John. Right. Kevin. I forgot. What is the leads name? John's John's the other Could Be Kevin is Dr King Kevin. Severly, Chris, Chris. Oh. My it's Chris Anyway the lead song by Chris. Basically, after he meets Kim laid. You know all of a sudden. You know he's legally marry. He's.

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"What do you think? Ma. Would always good I dream the dream. That's another. Beautiful Song. I mean, that's Fantine song and. Two Beautiful Beautiful Song Wanted Sung right I mean it brings everyone to tears and it's extremely powerful. Song. And if it's yeah, if it's done, right it's definitely one of the best songs in Broadway. You know. Another song that I love. I don't think you're GonNa like is memory from cats. I, I mean I actually everyone cats is an interesting show because people usually have a very strong opinion about it. I. You hate it I love it. So. There you go. But I think memory is an absolutely beautiful song about. Someone who once was beautiful. And She was glamorous and she is just turned to Old Asian. You know life is sort of taken its toll on her and she's looking back. You know. She's begging people to. you know. Except her in her current state. Beautiful Beautiful Song. Name another one chase. I'M GONNA say this joke. Carolina and change. which song. downstairs. No down. The stairs. For everyone who knows chase audition for Caroline or change and? He was pretty good actually. He was definitely one of the people better people edition but. They already picked their person. But he did amazing and he likes singing no way down the stairs because he had a learn it for the audition. he knows that I don't like that show and I only would have seen it every single day because he was in it. But he's not in it. And I have no interest in seeing it without him although I probably will. Once. With him. Get tickets. But get tickets once we got tickets but. We I don't mind Mac because the krona. Let's see. Another Great Song I believe Book of Mormon.

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"You know I think that that's a great song to you where. Evan is basically singing about. you know what? It's like effectively to be depressed and alone. And you know the fact that you know everyone should have a voice that's effectively what he thinks about. That's definitely a good one chase and it's also great because it's an unsolvable song. I think it's The last song of the first act correct. Correct. So. Definitely probably a lot of great songs and Evan Hansen, but I would agree with you that. Out of all of them you will be found is probably the best. One one. What The window. Waving food in the window is another great song, from year, Evan Hansen and it's definitely a classic to. Probably one or two others from European Hanson that a pretty good. Those are definitely the best and. Way Read through the windows the beginning. That's that's the first real serious song. From, the show Matt is a classic. And it's after he. Gets thrown to the floor and you know he's kind of an outcast in the show. And he's talking about not being seen not being heard. So it's a pretty similar theme to. You will be found. but it's from evidence standpoint. So. Yeah. So You know I'm GonNa go here. I mean, there are so many so many good songs. In Broadway. But one of my favorite is actually a why God from this I'm not. I like to steal your stuff jas. But. That's a good song, right? Yeah. It's got a great vocal range and it's beautiful I mean this is gone is another one of those shows where it was extremely successful? But until you listen to the soundtrack again, you forget how amazing The soundtrack really was because that's the show where. I mean. There are very few bad songs and there are a lot of hits in that show..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"Hello and welcome to Broadway in politics. I am John and I'm chase then today on Broadway in politics we're GonNa talk about great Broadway Songs Chase. Why don't you start off with naming one of your favorite Broadway songs One of my favorite is. Suddenly Suddenly, Seymour. It's interesting because you may be able to read my mind because suddenly Seymour is definitely one of my favorite songs. It's an absolute classic. What do you like about the song? Or One. Little. Little Fars. One of the greatest shows if not the greatest show ever. At least. That's what we think. 'cause like Wilson to it every day. Basically, we listen to it a lot and we were I was in the show. I played Seymour when I was a kid. and. It was just it's so awesome show. It's creative and it's funny and it's got amazing music angry staging. So almost perfect show and it's a short show. It's two hours which is great too. So doesn't overstay its welcome. Based on a horror movie actually from the nineteen sixties and they took it and they made it a black comedy anyway I agree suddenly Seymour definitely up there as one of the greatest songs, it's definitely probably the greatest duet in my opinion of all Broadway songs. You know it's a love duet between Seymour and Audrey. Bid They basically both realized that they love each other and want to be with each other. Shame she gets eaten right away after that. So I like that You know I'm trying to figure out you know I would say great song that I lake. Well. Why don't we start with. Music of the night from Phantom of the opera. Okay. All my okay really. Again we did one of anthem wants. Phantom there's like sounds like that was one of the that's one of the better songs and Phantom. Like when you compare it to like. Other Broadway show tunes. Go on I wouldn't put it up there. You would not put music of the night up there. Really, it's one of my favorite songs I like the vocal range. I like what it's about..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"What do you mean? This candle dude do there raise the candelabra dude. The French dude. I DONALD A lion king. Beauty and the beast today. Well you says home about liking. I said that I, you know I think that what they started immunity Abe's because beauty and the beast came out. I was a show that came out and think in the nineties at some point. Nine ninety four, nine, hundred, ninety, four chase with the Trivia. I thought you know that sort of set the precedent for lying for what they didn't Lion King. Ninety one in the end in one or two new songs to them to the show. Ten, their ten new songs. So thought they did a really good job. You know. And you know the beast turned into the beautiful prints that he was at the beginning of the show when. Reo. Aerial. Val Bell but. Bell. Filth in love with him I thought it was a very pretty story. I enjoyed it very much I. Think twice on Broadway. Of course, I saw you in it. Because you were guest star. And out of all the shows you did that was by far your best seen. I was wasn't your best show but be our guest or no the. Song that was your best seen. What me. Yeah. Me Me. That was your best seen ever. Did a really good job choreographing. So Let's see. What can we talk about about politics? So like I said, Kamala Harris elected her running mate Joe? Biden. What do you think of that one chase? She. Well she's an African American woman who is from California. And fairly attractive and you know. tractive follow. It's very important that women be attractive. Don't you think? Jeeze. But you say way too much. Well, I mean, you know it's just the fact. that. I. Would when when we were watching On look those tits. Well you. Now Miss Saigon as a whole bunch of well, how do I put PG thirteen plus scenes Are. Now. Income Amar I call it pg thirteen plus our is. the show the show's rated R.. Probably because cursing more than. A. Sex. By Being Nisa Guy deserves its whole podcast. Don't you think I mean 'cause. That's a great show..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"I don't know. I. Think they fix that at the end of the show, right at the end of the movie. Did they fix it at the end of the show? He gets a snow globe. I forgot if they fix it at the end of the show, did they fix that at the initial? The same exact show, basically, the same exact story I think they added like one song. They. Took a lot though they took out stuff, but they added a song. They have to take out because it staged. Foot. I was just glad they didn't turn up the air conditioning, the theater. Make you feel like it's cold? All the made it snow at the end. They did they. They had some some good fake snow in the end. That was that was good. That was a good course. Anyway. Do you have anything else to add to this podcast chase? Tall Ticks. What do you want talk about politics? Who's going to be the candidate for binding? No. I. Takes. You don't follow politics, but the name of the podcast is Broadway in politics. Is your choice. That was my choice. You. Know I heard it here? I say it's going to be Susan Rice. So, we should dress up as a phones going to be Susan Rice. That's what that's the pick. This is going to be published before. Before he officially announces it, I think it's going to be Susan. Rice because. she is a passive person that has a lot of experience, but she's not strong-minded Camilla hours. And you know anyone else will China Joe Biden now? Who we can everyone allow China Joe. Biden. Right. I mean come on the guy's not even though. He's seventy seven year old angry. GRANDPA who doesn't even know what day it is. He I think he would fit in perfectly in. Show, frozen, you know. He would be a great Olaf. I. Think he would be a guy walking around not realizing that if it turns hot, you know he's milk toasts constantly asking for that song. Where he talking imagine what it would be like in the summer? Think. That would be Joe. Biden. What do you think? Can say. What can sing? Joe? Biden. Probably as well as Josh Gad. Josh. Gad's the greatest singer in the world. And he was great in. Actually. It was really good in the book of Mormon but. Let's be honest after book a Mormon, he kind of cashed out, and now he's a snowman. He does TV, there's TVs though. But Yeah, I think. Joe, Biden could probably pull it off. Could he could pick up? If the brain back what they probably won't. Now. I don't think I think it was a flop. So I. Don't know if they're gonNA try and do the tour. A tour nine. Is there frozen tour? I don't know there was a tour. What will get back to you with the tour? All right. We'll get back to you with a tour. You. Know you don't WanNa. Miss it actually maybe a do because. Wasn't very good you. Hope. Disney can't sue US after this. You know this is just opinion here. You know put out a good shoot Disney like buying king. Loved it. Aladdin Pretty. Good. Never saw little mermaid beauty and the beast was fabulous..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"You know I mean. You know it's not like Hans fights. With dudes name, Kristoff, they don't fight. Right there's no. Sword Fight. Isn't that. Why you're not, there is a sword fight. Ariza sword fight. Very. Memorable Sword Fight. If there's a sword fight today, do they fight for her love? The, the fight, the fake snow ball thing. They fight the big snowball, they don't fight for her love. Yeah. No. You know. And then you got the rain door. That's just like a doofus. I guess carrying their luggage and stuff, he really doesn't have any role does he doesn't do shit. Not. Really I mean, you got, you know, Olaf, who you know he's just fought and he's trying little. He's a fun little snow duty, but you know. Do Anything. Yeah. So. You know when you think about it, what the Hell's this show about other than a lot of really good music and a good adventure and. They make They make you know. Look, bad in the end and Christopher ultimately does she marry him in the end now? There's just friends, right? I think. Marry? Him. Think he's just doing his job. He's just doing his job, right? I mean. It's not like at the end of the show. It's like the two girls, the two brothers and sisters become lesbians together or. I don't even know. What's going on in this show? So you know and all of that kind of lost on the stage, right? You know none of it. Really translate. It's kind of an interesting twist on modern, day, Disney and. Take a look at what's going on in politics these days. Right you got. you know the black lives matters and the metoo using your basically, it's kind of. By were to translate it to frozen. It's kind of like just shut up and. Accept it the way it is even though none of it really makes any sense. Now Chase does it. I mean, come on, I mean Gig. Oh, you got a sister in sisterly love and you know you got a bad the boyfriend who turns out to be evil. So the sign men are evil, right? All men rival just out, but doesn't. Get her title. But doesn't, but doesn't she mary? Conner? World try and get the men out for their title more than anything else in their money sounds. Christoph. Doesn't to Marika's I don't remember ever going near twist off and come on. It's Jonathan. Goth, he's gay. So how the hell can she? Could she go here? I mean, you know if they do, it's a fake marriage. and. Then you've got Josh Gad who? Do doofus. Little snowball. Doesn't realize that if the sun comes out and it gets warm, he's toast..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"Yeah. Yeah. Because it just fell flat, right? They, didn't really add anything to it. the visuals were. I mean. You know obviously you're you, it's hard to recreate. Good for ice. But you know you could have done something. You know. Like I said with. This, spectacular visual with the Lion King. I mean. That's just one example of where he finco and I feel like they just took the. took the the film. They took the music, they put it on stage and they didn't really think. very hard about the actual staging visual aspect of it, and it just fell flat. So. Let's talk about the stars. The heroine's initial you got. Elsa. Right to. The girl who makes everything free, right? Yeah. So I mean, what do you think about her? I, mean here she is. She's got this power. And she's kind of like you know the one who creates the story, which of the West, right? You know almost like a modern day you know. Wicked wicked witch of the West in there. What do you think of that? And she's Kinda cursed, right? Yeah. And, then you got an there who you know she falls in love with a bad guy. Right? I mean, he's a bad guy. Craig. Forgot that you its name. Hot Tons Not Hans Dude who is backing I forgot the name of the town. Aaron Aaron Gale. WHO's at that? Else's girl guy. I forgot already, WHO's The guy? Wants to marry her? No, no, no, not it is. No didn't the blonde who they go out to the wilderness with the Moose. No. That's that's that's Kristof. See how memorable this show is it so memorable. I can't even remember who the characters are. So. You Got Hans who for some reason on likes. I, mean. You know he looks good looking but. She's clearly playing them. And you got also who's cursed and you got Kristof. WHO's nicely paid by Jeffrey Groff, but you know, let's be honest. He's kind of gift. He can't really be interested in. Jonathan Crops. He can't really be interested in because he's Clearer than a three dollar bill. And then you got. You know the Rudolph the red nosed reindeer and then you got. You Got Josh. Gad and and. You know the? The Snowman. Right and here you got. Elsa. And Anna supposed to be your heroin. Guess, right. Yeah. Kind of. Interesting. You know I mean if you think about it, it's kind of a weird knicks..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"And you know the guy who plays Aaron Burr, who is he? I don't know I forgot his name. Anyway he's really famous. So I I apologize for for missing you famous guy but you know he kind of plays a weird as opposed to the guy who who's armed. Broadway. Now playing. Aaron Burr. He's pretty cool. He's kick-ass. Same with that Thomas Jefferson the Guy Plays Thomas Jefferson. In the original is like really weird. But the guy on Broadway now who used to be the Aladdin Dude Pretty. Kick. Ass. So, funny thing is like Phantom aside from Michael Crawford in the eighties no-one really remembers who the hell. The Phantom is They're all they're all good. They're all behind this big mask. but. You know. It's not noticeable because. I don't know I've never really seen a bad phantom you. I there's like. It's like it's hard to see one like I've seen what like one like one once at once. Because know I I've seen phantom like six launch baby. Oh my God six times. That's crazy. How many times did you see how? Three or four. Wow. Bench a lot of people are jealous of you right now. I, I've seen Phantom. I can't even count how many times I've. Seen. Phantom probably twenty. And then Hamilton I. Guess I saw three or four to. Yeah So. But I, you know I gotTA. Tell you I mean. My remember when Mike Pence went to see Hamilton they'll boom. You know who might pences I. Hope You do wait trivia question for chase here who is Mike Pence of Vice President Oh my God. He is one of like thirty percent of America that could actually named him. Good job she's well, we're also doing politics here. We are doing politics here. He got booed when he saw Hamilton. Did you know that? People they stared at him and and and the Hamilton crew made a political statement when. Vice President Pence. Swore the show I thought that was really uncalled of the Hamilton. actors and I I, hold it against them till today it's just not cool i. mean you know the guys there respect them. You know you can leave your politics at the door and there to see a show. Yeah. Right Now. Phantom now, that is quite a political statement here. No I mean takes place in France and the early eighteen hundreds and the proper popular. He got this ugly do with a mask who can sing and be a musician you know basically terrorizing everybody and he's he's trying to you know. Get the girl and she likes him until she saw his face and men she kinda ran away from him. You know that's like good horror stories differ and that's probably would France was kind of like back in the early eighteen hundred it's probably pretty true. I mean. Yeah I I don't know. I mean, can you imagine if you were if the Phantom were you know your? Lover. Boyfriend. No because I'M A boy. I mean if your girl chase. Not a girl. True. So. Hartono. Let's see. How should we end this podcast today? What should we? What should we go out thinking? Okay if you want to see Phantom You go because. It's better in a way. The performance. I think what makes Phantom better is everything the stagecraft story, the music, the.

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"Just, see know Hamilton. Today, the truth, some of the music fans of the little. Boring Yeah I. Mean You know all that like opera stuff? It's pretty bad right I mean. Yeah like sit through it it's not really enjoyable all the fake opera stuff. And Prima? Donna. Song not not not too good. Yeah. You know I mean. They got pretty kick ass. But there's also some downsides there's like. With Hamilton 'cause have the time. We can't even understand what they're saying yet. They took like five million miles an hour and they like regurgitate history like this and go on and on and on and on and on and you're like fuck nine, seventeen, ninety, four oh no, it's eighteen thirty two. Oh. My God. Oh, my God he's dead. So I mean, you know you got that Aaron Burr there who I don't know man. I mean did he kill why? The hell's the narrator of the show? Yeah. Your character and Hamilton. King George. All right. You mentioned that see. How forgetful it is now. You know my favorite scene in King. George when he just sits on the side of the stage and the Second Act and just watches everything go by. Yeah. I. Tell you the truth most first accent chose are way better really you like I tax better. I don't know sometimes they are. It depends on the show. You say, think the first act of Hamilton's better. Way. Better. What about fan? Phantom. I actor second. Like it's like it's like. 'cause like it's like there's some parts of Phantom. That's not even good. and. It's all part that you can actually like like you can watch the C. C., I find all the not good parts in. Phantom. We're all in the first act. I think the second acts pretty good and it's short. It's like an hour. So I kinda liked I kind of think the second act and phantoms pretty solid. and. How? Longer, Hamilton's really really long I mean, and once again, you like talking like this million miles an hour and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah he did this. He did that he did that. I had an affair boom dead. Yeah he's a player. He didn't play enough I mean my God. He really picked the wrong woman to play with any. Yeah, I. Mean She was trouble. He's not even good singer and she didn't even look hot sorry to the actress but. Maybe the real life person who was hotter, but the one stage and look to. Well Wow? I mean I. Look at his wife in the show and I look at the The prostitute or wherever she was on my you wife's a lot hotter. What the hell are you going this other girl? So. But I think Allen you know think about Hamilton is it's really really funny. And Creative, and you know Joel Joking aside. I think the idea that they used non white characters to portray you know our historical founding fathers I. think it was very creative and innovative, and it was an amazing amazing show. You know they can't really do that in. Phantom..

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"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)

"Hey guys. It's chase and John, and this is Broadway and politics where we talk about Rodway. and. Oh, my God politics. Now look get into her episode. You'll guys today on Bryant Broadway and politics. It's Phantom. Versus. Hamilton. So I happen to think that. Phantom is the best show ever. Do you agree chase. Es Well No. It's not the best, but you know I agree. Agree. So you're taking Phantom, Not Hamilton Was I'm going to do Hamilton but. 'cause I've lot of pros and cons about that show. Yeah. But which one is your favorite Phantom of those do. Maybe. I should take Hamilton then and you should take. I would I more pros and cons for our Hamilton. Yeah. That's true. There's not many cons for Phantom except for the lame opera music right. Depends depends depends and sometimes the the girls that play Christina pretty ugly, right? Yeah definitely. I mean, how is a little weird? You know I don't think there's a single white guy in the whole show but. You shall really. Know now racist I'm watching That's Lin. Manuel. Miranda. And his lovely bride on the Hamilton on Disney plus show and now. They look non white to me. Walk. L.. S.. They're they're white the listen. Okay. Their way I'm sorry. They just have a little bit of a Tan. Anyway. So let's go on I. think that Phantom is the best show ever. And while chase agrees today he's GonNa say that for argument's sake. That Hamilton. Yeah. So. I can tell you why fan of the Bass Chase. You want to start with why you'd think Hamilton's better. Hamilton's better for some of the music. Some. Which one's your favorite song for Hamilton? King, George Yeah. He's great. Jonathan groff his funniest as can be right. Yeah Yeah we saw them in little shop. Wow months back. He was really really good. He's a good actor. Really Good Yeah and King George. He's he. He's probably the star that show I would agree with that. You know but it doesn't really compare to like any of the stars in Phantom, right? I mean. Phantom kind of has to Phantom. Pretty Cool Yeah. So. You know I mean. And the phantoms things a lot of really awesome songs I, mean King. George things some funny stuff and. You know Jonathan Groff gets to be weird and funny and look all. Kinky but. It can't compare to like. You know fant all over the stage doing magic has kick ass songs has a great range. He's just awesome. You know I've always wanted to be phantom. Maybe, you will one day..

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"jon" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jon" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Even back. Then we can. We had gotten kind of away from finding people too much on the on. The four claims that foul but it was still being more than than even in today and John. Ward was really upset that this trainer because obviously Dan Kaiser tried to talk is right or into claiming foul. And the Reiner wouldn't do it in so Dan did it himself as I say there was absolutely nothing there in any way shape or form so we had Dan Kaiser come into the Steward's office the next morning for this That we considered as a board of stewards frivolous claim a foul and Jon Ward said Why did you call him? Foul and my feeling was that this was good on Dan. Kaiser's part instead of saying well I you you missed it. You still don't see it. He he was very contrite. He came in he said right off the bat. I've been around this game a long time. This is maybe the most embarrassing thing I've ever done. I promise you I won't do it again. And so forth so I was pretty satisfied with that right off the bat. So we We sent him out of the room to decide whether we were gonNA find him or not and The first thing Jon Ward said was you know this Oh Frivolous. We really need it. The find this guy and I said well first of all not only was he very contrite in here but I said did you happen to look at his shoes and John's said No. I didn't see his shoes. What about.

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"jon" Discussed on It's Clobberin Time with Jon Bogdanove and Tim Powers

It's Clobberin Time with Jon Bogdanove and Tim Powers

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jon" Discussed on It's Clobberin Time with Jon Bogdanove and Tim Powers

"Store. Yes as you know Neil. The comic book legend Neal Adams who has a studio called continuity continuity but also in the olden days he'd he affectionally called his assistance the crusty bunkers great well now in enormous to them there is the crusty bunker comic book Boutique on Magnolia Magnolia Park beautiful downtown Magnolia Park and it's a it's actually really charming comic book shop. I recommend you going there. There's quite a bit of of Neal's work of course of course but it's a it's a great. It's a great little shop and it's a great place. You know in a town full of good comic shops yeah. This is one that's kind of like a cultural hub as well. It really is developing into a cultural hub and it's it's looking like it's looking like it will be v gathering place for four pros and fans and don't be surprised if you are combing the racks in in crusty bunkers and you see neil and his blue shirt YEP. You know it's the staff could not be better. I mean they are exactly the people you want running a a comic bookstore. They're welcoming. They're friendly. They're encouraging Well Nielsen Joel actually has his drawing desk set up in the back room the he's a war comic book artist in his own right and is actually won an emmy for his work on King of the hill so yeah that billy me just packed with talent. I'd like to hang out there just to like soak up the vibe and so there's a good chance you might see us. If you stop by for us to bunker. We mentioned some announcement to that effect at some point Mary soon so we'll see you next time. Tim Powers over here. Don mcgann of over here and we'll see next time on on. It's clobbering time.

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"jon" Discussed on It's Clobberin Time with Jon Bogdanove and Tim Powers

It's Clobberin Time with Jon Bogdanove and Tim Powers

16:43 min | 3 years ago

"jon" Discussed on It's Clobberin Time with Jon Bogdanove and Tim Powers

"Yeah you know so it doesn't it doesn't bother me from concentrated standpoint and here's another pizza Kirby shorthand to the cocktail right the the one sided cocked eyebrow he he did that with Nazi villains in Captain America all the time they always had had a cocked eyebrow when they were trying to figure something out and I love that he did that here with Ben so then Bam again you know lot you get twenty pages of stories. Stays treaty comic. Book is thirty two pages long six pages or something like that seven pages. We're ads right right which helped keep the cover price low. couple of pages were for you know letters column. Stamps Stan Soapbox coming attractions House ads and House ads so you you come down to twenty three pages of actual story content right which which they break up into in in those days they were breaking up into chapters. I four page five page six page chapters which means you get a splash every few you get a three quarter page spat explanatory every few pages and also it makes it feel like there's so much more story you know. I read an issue you say of of Ragnarok which is currently my favourite Walter Simonson Ragnar Scher and and it's almost also always a frustrating experience because I know how much work goes into Ragnarok you know I've visited Walter in his studio. I've seen the effort. He puts into this incredible opus. He's doing doing but reads so fast yeah you just you just getting into it and Bam. It's time to go to wait for the next issue on drives you crazy right now. It's visually splendid and sophisticated in a way that no one in the nine hundred sixty two could even imagine but but you know Walter will do three panel page four four panel page right these the storytelling Lean Kirby were doing was so efficient officiant that you could pack a lot into twenty three pages. We've had a mini story in the first chapter. Now we have this story here where where the the there at the at the congressional dinner which looks I dunno looks exactly like what a congressional national dinner ought to two bunch of old white dude dude with these glorious old cameras and stuff and Haram p Guys Kharafi guys and I don't know take take a look at sue. She seem a little super uncomfortable uncomfortable and candidates proportionate disproportionate. She's a she looks a little busty. Oh well to me. That looks like she's like throwing her shoulders Baghdad. She's she she doing tits up to look you know she's on camera enough. You know she's she's doing Mama told her to do there. You go so of and then they get this awesome. Kirby looking trophy. Oh that's right. The Kirby Trophy wow that is that is a trophy that'd be Arcane Arcane and dangerous. I mean but Jack had the opportunity just to draw loving cup yeah and opted not to it's it's crazy. Why that's why kids reading these comics back then were were gobsmacked and talked about all the incredible realism realism. Jack's not really really starts. He's an expressionist artist right but there's so much detail in stuff like machines or or of this little loving cup or whatever that it's not just the visual vocabulary of comic book symbols that everybody else was using. It wasn't always the easiest solution to the problem. Jack's solutions are basic and simple and elegant elegant but they're never they're almost never the typical cartoon cliche you know. People People Fonts for things people were drawing symbols almost idiot graphs right for images again and again and again because they're trying to communicate communicate the idea as simply as an fast efficiently as possible right and though nobody was faster or more efficient than Jack the Jack was always inventing something new. He wasn't just relying on what the standard standard image was so yeah. It's not a typical loving cup not at all so it's amazing all right so let's see flying saucer sets off. Safa hate bomb Kinda yeah which is something that marvel level goes back to a few times some sort of mad bomb the mad bomb yeah Let's see only and you know your scene of of of domestic bliss. you know the fellow man helping the fellow man and surprise surprise politician politician flip-flopping from one panel to the next and then you gotTa love that that we were just talking about not using typical comic convention and then right at the bottom of page eight that lower right hand panel reads got a groovy looking exclamation point above his head head with a drop shadow. Well you know I'm all for the exception to the rule and that might've been already semak very well could have been yeah wow then they start pelting them with rocks and garbage and food thrown the throwing pies at them. Somehow it looks like Yup. The thing is it's the body language that that that floors me again and again and and so the the key to Jack's storytelling key to his visual shorthand is not relying on hackneyed idiot graphs that everybody used in the industry what made him so incredibly efficient. What was his character work. So poses gestures the way the characters acted they weren't just stiff stock interchangeable opposes there was the there were staged scenes and of course everyone points to the obvious the four short deep for shortening in action of say panel to where the team is is running out of conrail panel to well. It's great. It's classic Kirby Action But free as a storyteller that the the ad the the incredible amount of storytelling going on panel one is really impressive because you have the you have the congressman throwing food at at the team and the and the fantastic four for our sort of cringing and dodging and there's there's so much happening there and just simple gestures you know the way read through shoulder the way a thing who certainly can't be hurt by a pie ducks out of the way there's look on. Sue's faces beautiful yeah. It's like what what are they doing. What so you know they the team bails because they're freaked out by this right quite reasonably probably but the juxtaposition of of this nuanced panel one and then this classic Kirby Action Panel to I think kind of kind of illustrates from an artist point and then the second tier or the next beat of the story kind of indicates that these here's are still kind of new at the hero business because it takes them one two three four five panels to enact their powers you know thrown up a a force field or any number of things could have happened but it took them six panels to figure out that Johnny can flame on and and melt the guns of the of of the the servicemen who by the way. Where did they come from. Congress suppose there there's probably armed guards veiled. There's troops everywhere yeah and then what a great one to there at the bottom of page nine with read you know who who done use his stretching power as much as you'd think he does but he you know he grabbed that Chandelier which is beautiful and you know again n. Fantastic four is a bit of a Family Sitcom right right so yes we're getting. We're getting lovely action scene. That also suit approves everybody's powers but we're also getting a little bit of of classic Madcap both here yeah it's as common as the guards are coming from all different corners and they're they've. They've got read surrounded and they're all dog pile on read. Burri just joop you no stretches up to the ceiling and they all three stooge into each other what I love about this. Though is it builds the joke in proper comedian comedian timing because of course Jon is GonNa fly over and do what he does. He's he's the youth he's he's impulsive. He's GonNa take the first step then we get a joke with read making the three stooges dog pile the joke with with sue. You know I got no. I got her right and then page ten. Ben Gets The punch line where he literally lifts a wall hides behind the wall and then tunnels out through the sewer and lifts up a city bus which is clearly drawn by Cook Cook clearly driven by Ralph Kramden. Oh Yeah Yeah might even be rouse could very well be wrong city and so there we are men that government building there looks right off the the Warner. Lot you've been on the lot where they where they have. Gotham City Hall where the Old Gotham Gotham City Hall yeah that and then and then the comedian terms. There's a tag of of Ben Grabbing having reads arm and being pulled in you know slurped up into the bathtub. There's there's a wonderful mix in fantastic four and I think this this is why I love the series so much and and it's worth doing a whole podcast for is that that I don't know if there's ever been such a blend of lighthearted fun family action. Uh combined with some real good superhero stuff like the closest you get is like Jack. Holes plastic man can't but I mean that's that's. That's out recombination. Ed But K. contrast meth has before say with the X. Men The X. Men there there is the stakes are always enormously high in enormously personal rate and so the x men in fact pretty much all in books feel fairly dire always and that's fine that is very engaged from the Gecko tone and and and it's very engaging mm for mutant fans but but there's there's sort of a family fun vibe to the rollicking high adventure of fantastic four that for me is absolutely irresistible and and the joy of this podcast is to go back to the fantastic four's that came out before I was old enough to see them to read them and to see to watch all all of that all of that unfold and and you know it's straight up comedy. It's not camp. It's absolutely absolutely not camp no but it is high spirited fun high-spirited. There's there's elements of slapstick but it but not enough that you would label it a comedy book right you know there. I mean there are high adventures. There's there's actual stakes to everything yes. There's a a great deal of of drama if not outright melodrama and the stakes are often saving the actual world. Oh yeah you know saving the whole world. The stakes are every bit as high as they ever are any other marvel book but but it's mixed in with the prosaic stuff of day to day life as all good marvel comics are but there's just this feeling of Fun Of really fun high adventure your stuff that makes festive for really unique and case in point page eleven the the dogfight with the flying saucer. Oh yeah you know that I mean if you're eleven years old. This is thrilling that you know the cheering for read to maneuver the bathtub upside down and around it and you can you imagine the action inbetween panels four and five with everything flipping around. He's cool just it is this is so cool the mainland and this awesome awesome looking fifties chunky robot now. I just want to point out yeah. This robot is never drawn exactly the same twice. I've kind of this before but you know sometimes I am in it has a nose and sometimes he doesn't Jack Jack. Jack was drawing so fast. He didn't always concern himself with continuity. I mean making sure that that the design of the robot is always the same. It was close enough. It was close enough so that if you're eleven or twelve eighty don't really notice you don't really care but he's he didn't go back to the first time he drew the robot. He drew the just to the aerobic. The gist of the robot has that Grille face and right but but the size and proportion is different literally in every panel in the different in every panel but that's okay. We know we know what this robot in fact. If you go from the bottom panel on page eleven to the splash on page twelve for three chapter three part three chapter three it looks way bigger it looks way taller and then he pulls out a another black and white cargo cargo in television thing. Maybe they generally seen back and that could be. That's an excellent point that explained whether robots are great yeah a portable self contained TV receiver yeah giant portable self contained TV receiver. That's okay that's cool. Yup sure why not and just I love like the the way you're I follows the line of sight in that horizontal a horizontal line starting at the lower left and going to the upper right right about where Johnny's hand starts right where it just it just it goes in a straight line all the way up to sue up to sues word balloon. Oh yeah you know it's just kind of stuff fascinates me. I mean I know it's probably pedestrian Austrian and and one for you but still constructed this is fascinating it is and I I don't know Jack was thinking thinking in terms of like oh the golden section and you know as e composition and a seven race secret seven company composition all. I don't know if he was is consciously thinking about that stuff if he was even aware of you know those sort of art school he terms but he applied them all the time. Well you think of Masters Stirs of their craft like you know..

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