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"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"A wanted man for three different drive by shootings in the L. A area is over, and the suspect is dead. Phil Hewlett was on scene. There was definitely an exchange of gunfire here. I don't know from that gunfire, how many times a suspect was hit, But he was definitely struck by gunfire. The LAPD says The man went on a shooting spree in the downtown L. A area shooting several people, killing two, including a newlywed. Ah, three hour slow speed chase followed ending on the 91 freeway. Officers say the man fired his gun at them. After they deployed tear gas into his vehicle. They returned fire. No officers were hurt in the exchange. An independent autopsy says Andrew Brown Jr died from a quote, kill shot to the back of his head. That is, according to family Attorney Wayne Kendall to release the independent autopsy today. Brown died after being shot by police during an arrest warrant in North Carolina. Kendall claimed the black man's death was a straight up execution in San Diego after a man was killed with the knee on the back of his neck in a downtown trolley stop NTS, San Diego's transit agency. Is making changes to its security response, Having supervisor Nathan Fletcher, the chair of the Metropolitan Transit Agency, says MTs is changing their personnel training and use of force policies after the death of a 24 year old mentally ill man who ran from security officers 2019 the death of Angels Obata Hernandez on October 15 2018, while in the custody of MPs and transit security system personnel was tragic and it should not have happened. The actions of the officers involved was wrong to the Hernandez family. Angels life was precious and he should not act on behalf of them too. Yes, I want to apologize for what happened a year before the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. Hernandez was killed after a security guard put a knee on his neck. For more than six minutes. MTs announced a $5.5 million settlement with the family two days before former Minneapolis police officer Derek Children was found guilty. Jack Warner cooked news. Local news time 11 03. Let's check your real time traffic if.

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"jack warner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"jack warner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is that Jack wanted about a four year deal at $140 million the Cowboys wanted a five year deal for about $175 million. And according to Jane Slater, they did talk today and they didn't have enough time. Tio get the deal done. Dak Prescott was was trying to get the deal done in conversation. I don't think that's a good enough excuse because you had so much time here. You know what the deadline was. If the stuff was today that Deco the report is that wanted to get the deal done. But with all that being said, they just ran out of time. You have all the time in the world. T get this deal done. That's what chance later was told an hour ago on Jane's a very respectable and reputable reporter, But she tweeted out I'm told cabbage Hubie Dak Prescott was involved with last minute in an effort to get a long term deal done. But it was up against 3 p.m. central time deadline per source Inform. The deal was between 33 to $35 million annually with a 110 guaranteed contract deal. So When I look at this there, there is nothing new today. Come on. Well, let's be real. It's almost as Mike Fisher joined us, and there was a report out that Jack turned down. Ah, five year, $175 million deal and he walked us through it. How this news has been out there for a long time. The news has been out there for a long time. It was four for about 1 40 or five for about 1 75 And Jerry Jones wanted five years so he could get a discount. Even though at the surface in the moment, people will say, how can you pay that Prescott? Five years $175 million if that becomes the quarterback that they believe he can become. And right now, Deck is a good quarterback, and he has to show us that he could be a great quarterback. But if he does elevate his game and become a great quarterback, then five years 175 million without the salary cap is going to go up and up and up after the current virus pandemic and you already have a new C B, a squared away. That's going to be a bargain for the Cowboys. If If if, if Doc reaches his full potential, and so far when you have a quarterback that has been there for four years, has taken the team to the playoffs twice. You're not going to give up on him. You're not going to give up on him. Yet. The Cowboys would be foolish to try to not get a long term extension done with Dak Prescott and then the dat side of things as we've explained this for the 9000 then now, one time on the show is Jack wanted a four year deal. Because with the new C B a. He wanted to get to that next contract as soon as possible, and then he would continue to make more and more money. Jack Warner for the Cowboys wanted five. I also we thought one side would budge for Dak. You could see why, with what you've been getting paid. It's a big time increase in the salary to go from what you've been making the last few years to get $175 million spread out over five years, and Jerry Jones has told us over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. That this is a deal that he had to get done. So part of me thought maybe Jerry would soup in and go, all right. We wanted you for five, but we're going to budge. We're going to meet your demands, and we're going to get the four year deal done because we like you that much, and this is not a conversation. On if the Cowboys actually like that, Prescott because this is not a situation where Jack one in more years and more money. No, it was actually the Cowboys who wanted more years and Jack wanted fewer years. That is very, very confident in his abilities. I don't blame him. There's a reason why he's been able to accomplish what he's been able to accomplish so far. And now Dak is really going to bet on himself because what this means is that's playing on the franchise tag this year for $31.4 million. Nice chunk of change. Very nice, large, lucrative deal for one year. And if we are in a fight next year with Jack doesn't get what he wants. The Cowboys could slap that franchise tag on him again and next to the franchise tag would be for about 38 million. So in the interim It is. I don't know if I want to say upsetting. But this is a deal that you thought could have got done. And earlier in the off season, you thought would have got done. But when we talk to people that are in the know in Dallas, like an AR e tempting who's joined us a few times And originally, Ari thought a deal would get done. And then Ari joins us and said, Yeah, I'm very skeptical that a deal is going to get done. R J Chappie You joined this a few weeks back. He said he did not expect a deal to be done by the deadline of today. On July 15th when you started to talk to people in the know in Dallas, and it was they had conversations, they didn't have conversations. They were loquacious. Then they were silent. And now today, all of the sudden DAX started talking to the Cowboys again. You were getting a lot of mixed messages, but the one message that did remain the same. Jack wanted for and Jerry wanted five in terms of years. So where we go from here, like we explained, explaining the franchise tag this year. The Cowboys have a good team. They have a new coach, a Superbowl winning head coach, and you have a bevy. And I mean a bevy of options on the offensive side of the ball for Dak Prescott to throw the football too. You have Zeke? You have Cooper, You have gallop. You have lamb. You have the tight and Darwin.

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"jack warner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"jack warner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And I don't know hope Jack's the Warners and hang on a long time let's see Jack Warner you're there buddy Hey listen I listen every day I and you got a good show and I'll be very brief Irish Catholic Democrat bedroom and I do have a college degree and have a new airplane so much stupid Arnold right perfect so I wanna is Montella Democrats win in a where are you guys going to straight up the democratic party today is not like the one I knew you're doing everything all wrong so maybe you can give me some advice and tell him what to do okay well I can tell you this Jack thank you so much for your service and the fact of the matter is that the I mean there is a note any argument that there isn't any debate the Democratic Party no longer exists as it was or what it was all about it has become and I'm I'm giving a great example of this Joe Biden is the so called nominee of the Democratic Party big article in the USA today I never get USA today I happened to pick it up yesterday USA today Joe Biden has turned over his entire issues and public policy committee to the Bernie Sanders people all right so the Bernie Sanders people are going to be in charge of developing the platform for the Democrat party at their convention the Joe Biden has to run on they're going to have the new green act free college free this everything that the socialist one the Democrat party is officially now the Socialist Party of America and here's another younger I'd I'd be the idea would equities via computer not every podium but it's a you know legally an independant but the fact of the matter is under our system Jack you have the opportunity in the general election to vote whoever you want to vote for that's true that's where you can make a difference but here's where it's a real kick you see the socialists can never get enough the socialist or fascist there like **** and they can never get enough even though Joe Biden has sold his soul and told his nomination to Bernie twenty five percent this is in USA today twenty five percent of the socialist voters will not vote for Biden good that's very good it's amazing what it shows you how radical they are they got everything they control everything it's still not good enough right well I am sure your your reply and I agree with everything you say and the only thing we gotta do is do it right yes we've got to do it and it's going to be there this is the election of all time to my opinion and I've been through a lot of them going all the way back to Lincoln and I could tell you we got to make make this one right because I don't know if we make it wrong we're in big trouble well I belong to in my nineties and and all the Democrats in there they're all Maasai Mara yeah Jackie you remember once when remotely used to mention names as a way for the everyday they don't harm the girl who's who is a senator and a Democrat he was excellent I was also shoes course they're all died now yeah I guess I lived too long in the nineties you can never live too long my friend you sound good you sound spry well you know what happened when I was in a service to clients I was the only one who did this did the smoke or didn't during and I said well I'm still alive well I can tell you a funny joke but I can't tell it on the air my wife killing me so anyway thanks for the call all right good to hear from you all right let's Jack IT nine these are you go Gary some you can shoot for the nineties you don't smoke you don't drink you don't take drugs you don't eat a long time remember every boring moment anyway all right so the lines are open let me tell you about a couple of other things we're gonna talk about sleepy Joe creepy Joe China Joe I calling China Joe because he loves China that's like the second World War saying you love Hitler you love the **** how could you get elected president if you that was what you thought you know he loves China the Communist Party in China he loves but I want to tell you a couple things while we have just a few minutes of open lines here you know what fox news is right we love the watch box with Hannity and Laura Ingraham and Tucker and everybody else we love to watch that and we're glad we haven't right because what we have the networks MSNBC CNN there all radical left they're all corrupt role liars big fat liars right so we're glad to have that and Derek did a commercial little while ago for switch to call Max newsmax which is very good very good and they're all Nash but here's the problem that I've seen for many many years with the conservatives and the patriotic movement in this country we don't really have much of a presence and power in the world of the media right and the television and the newspapers we have that that's a huge disadvantage for us I mean we're so fortunate to have W. C. B. M. and the information that this great radio station puts out at it if you live here in Maryland you can get the Washington times newspaper if you're a conservative and you don't get the Washington times newspaper might believe me you don't know what you're doing because the Washington the sun paper I got some papers today which is a radical newspaper had a talk with terrible cartoon in there about the pastors and the people of faith they're trying to kill everybody I mean that is so radical they have there should be a law against something like that but the Baltimore sun is a radical left socialist newspaper so we're we are surrounded in this state if you get the Washington times you'll get a real newspaper but the Baltimore sun was so thin today I couldn't even get it in my bird cage and I'm tell you that's them but I want to.

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"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Guy has a basic misunderstanding of how communism works so I would be extremely concerned about Bloomberg's our foreign policy I just don't think is very bright and I know that cuts against the grains soul strongly because most people my gosh rush you got more money in your we got more money and we've got more money but it can't be done and I think there's a lot of these rich people folks are when it comes to flat out common sense are just idiots okay Jeff Bezos measles is not what is this business just bought a one hundred and sixty five million dollar property in Beverly hills the old Jack Warner estate I'm told it's actually more than that that be is also asked for the number not to be honestly report ever no real estate agents in the sale it was strictly in bees also David Geffen I understand it's more net vis also is worried about negative publicity why sorry once you get the hundred and sixty five no okay what's it hundred eighty five million two hundred million whatever drop in the bucket so you know what results did next since we know he was concerned about negative publicity buying a house the cost that much money here came a news report that Bezos's house cost more than the amount of taxes Amazon will pay okay so business realizes he's got a problem that's a PR problem he needs people continue to patronize Amazon buy stuff there he needs people using Amazon web services so what does he do he announces a ten billion dollar donation to fight climate change what does that do that buys off everybody that buys off the leftist barbarians at the gate that makes him a hero he can then go out and buy a two hundred million dollar house they will care you can do whatever you want you can not pay any taxes and they won't care because he's just donated ten billion to climate now how do you donate ten billion to climate change what do you spend it on what what would you think if you had I don't get any amount of money to spend on climate change what would you do with it actually if you believe that all is malarkey what would you do spending whatever money to read what would you do I.

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Bezos buys Warner Estate in Beverly Hills for record $165 million

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Bezos buys Warner Estate in Beverly Hills for record $165 million

"And in our news Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff the bass those as but one of the most storied estates in all of Los Angeles the Warner state in Beverly hills the Holywood reporter is in putting this word out that days those bought from David Geffen for a hundred and sixty five million dollars and that eclipses the one hundred and fifty million at that Lachlan Murdoch paid for the Bel Air state now this chart wealth that was the largest sale in LA county history of but yeah so now we're at a hundred and sixty five million dollars I it's nine acres I was built and designed in the nineteen thirties for Jack Warner the late former president of Warner brothers and Geffen brought the property in nineteen ninety four forty seven point five which was a record at the time I've but it's well it's got gardens a tennis court pool a golf course a third over thirteen thousand square feet how about that and Basil's

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"jack warner" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jack warner" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Outcome of the twenty sixteen election only one outcome will preserve court precedents rather than smash them and a bit and I've been a partisan rage because one party still cannot accept the American people's choice in twenty sixteen house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she can only hope the Senate conducts a fair trial like to see a fair process but we'll see what they have and will be ready for whatever it is that's Jack Warner may want me to see a fair prices before sleep would help there would be a fair process just as we hope that they would under the constitution treasury secretary Stephen minu chin says he is hopeful for a signing of a mini trade deal with China early in January I'm I'm very confident so it's just going through what I would consider to be a technical legal scribe and will be releasing the document and signing it and in the beginning in January after Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell voted to impeach the president last night the president suggested her late husband the long time Michigan congressman John Dingell Watson held her family grieving so I think we should take a lesson from this in all respect each other in the broader we need more civility in this country some things should be off limits and you know what we're all human beings South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham says the president's comments were inappropriate Russia's FSB security service says one of its employees was killed in a shooting incident at its headquarters in Moscow today the FSB says there was only one attacker in the incident and the shooter did not manage to get in the building three are reported injured in a shooting at an elderly and disabled complex in westerly Rhode Island local schools on walk down and police tactical units around the scene on Wall Street the Dow.

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"jack warner" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on KPCC

"Warner Looney Tunes puts money coming through the the three circles he looked up because let's use that as a symbol for loony tunes so that became the love that became the the mansion this was the reason Warner brothers headquarters and Jack Warner's brother suppose we did like usual much to the bottom level football fields away at all of them either hand so they never interact together but he still made movies also back then they were the first company to bring radio to the west coast continued innovation says Humphrey means keeping up with changing needs that usually means plenty of space for people to work thinking create new buildings have already gone up here for Technicolor and Netflix and another creative tower is set to open next year the goal is to bring different production departments closer together to actual production facilities I was called to the media tech intersection technology people and media people in creative people all can work together toward this goal of creating great product for global distribution very rapidly but this fast factory model does have its critics I'd prefer a diverse media environment Emerson College professor James shaddock is currently writing a book about Netflix there is fear in global scary that we are turning out this American product but it's the only only American it's this kind of generalized global product that were you know this kind of contaminate kia apartment you know with the and look exactly like her neighbor but in the end who are we to judge how these next hundred years to play out for sunset studios perhaps no one really sure.

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"jack warner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Interesting about the those black Jack Jack O. lanterns you just heard reported about if you look at them so imagine the typical jack-o'-lantern pick a pattern you see right triangle eyes triangle nose upside down triangle nose in the teeth cut T. thrive on the Jack Warner so I was just looking at these and I saw an AB comparison of the Black Jack O. lanterns the people are saying our offensive because of blacks if you leave them like they all are the the pumpkins are black and the triangles in the T. the mouth or white but if you use Jack O. lanterns in the way you're supposed to use Jack O. lanterns well I've always used so much to Kerr but not carve out the eyes the nose and the mouth and it's just a Black Jack away turn with the cool orange color that comes true when you put the candle inside so I don't I don't care what you do with your Jack O. lanterns but dang it if you're gonna buy Jacquelyn did you get a car of those freaking things up because the worst thing is to go in somebody's house and it's February third and the stupid on carved pumpkin is still sitting by the front door because nobody's got to Kanye's to throw it out because I think it's still good car may use it discarded composted whatever you got to do I have been and I've been guilty of this I've been guilty of the July third pumpkin disposal because it's just been sitting there by the couch and I forgot about it was never carved you carver you smell it you know that you got bumped in your house well I guess to a certain point where you just wait to see how long it'll last yes forgot to take it out for us out if you don't have to have had little Bobby throw it up in the air and and and and skeet shooting safely source that baseball bat whatever you got but dang it into pumpkins are for carving pumpkin seeds are for eating pumpkins are for carving they're not for putting in your coffee I don't hear about pumpkin spice latte I don't hear a thing about it is the most unamerican awful invention of all time FY I don't need taro root in rutabaga spice in my coffee I think I'm one of the few people who have never had this pumpkin spice that everybody's raving tastes it tastes like pumpkin pie smell so you know I Grignon lenient but I I I I know are you a big big big pumpkin pie yeah I like pumpkin pie pumpkin pie there should be no payment pumpkins for seeds gets stuck in your teeth you know sultan Edom and it is not a didn't zero or the purpose for puppets and literally you look at I agree Sir the headless horseman whatever it is welcome it is the bread save seven sixty talking breaking news now we got that out of the way let's talk about the big stuff that's going on in Washington DC today very interesting stuff happening over there as these scoundrels continue to try to flim flam you into believing that you're you're not qualified to pass judgment on the direction of this country or any of that sort of stuff right yesterday we had the polls right all the polls indicate seventy percent of the people in this country are ready for a civil war they're expecting a civil war to break nonsense nonsense there is no we're not having a civil war it's not going to happen stop worrying about it seventy percent are not going to have a so it's it's cookie and not to look at that kind of a pole number and now today what do I see it will get impeachment or this plan shall we see this new report coming out in full force had it first and and it says that there are people who want to re write the bill of rights to prohibit hate speech have you have you seen this thing have you seen this poll it's going around out there they want to prohibit hate speech if I could if we write the constitution the bill of rights I would re write and I would ban offensive speech that's crazy what is that mean we're gonna ban offensive speech you just saw bed bath and beyond forced to ban so called blackface pumpkins even though yes the pundits are painted black but I don't think it was because of like and an old way to what to offend people of color from back when the Democrats controlled everything in the in the south I I think it's just a it's just a faster way to create public but a majority of Americans believe the first amendment should be re written and are willing to crack down on free speech as well as the press according to a new poll more than sixty percent of Americans agree on restricting speech in some way fifty one percent want to see the first amendment re written to reflect the cultural norms of today so what happens when you're the cultural norms of tomorrow que que what what happens then the campaign for free speech which conducted the survey said the results quote indicate free speech is under more threat than previously believed you betcha it is you betcha the findings are frankly extraordinary said Bob lie stat talking to The Washington free beacon or free speech rights in our free press rights have evolved well over two hundred years and people now seem to be rethinking that this is what happens when you get to sort of Supreme Court justices you currently have in Washington DC remember it was Ruth Bader Ginsburg who famously said we should rely upon foreign constitutions to help guide the wisdom of today's Supreme Court justices there there's there's been papers written involved with arguing that what we should rely on the south African constitution for wisdom and judgment when it comes to our own constitution and what ought to be permitted one thousand four respondents young people were the most likely to support curbing free expression and punishing those who engage in quote hate speech what is hate speech literally of what I need to know what is it what is hate speech can anybody tell me do you have something in mind well I hate speech by definition the Oxford dictionary says abusive or threatening speech or writing that expresses prejudice against a particular group especially on the basis of race religion or sexual orientation that's the Oxford dictionary and the Oxford dictionaries defining it that way abusive or threatening speech or writing that expresses prejudice against a particular group especially on the basis of race religion or sexual orientation well boy if I if I read this the right way then I mean my gosh oh gosh one of my good old boy oh gosh Jeez it seems to me that you're going to protect free speech from from being perceived as non offensive so I'm going to rely on people to not be offended or to be offended determined hate speech now could you imagine could you imagine if you got I notice from your community your town your city your H. show a what have you and they say Lau sounds are prohibited from the community you may not be loud it's prohibited wow destroyed it so does that mean a dog barking at two in the morning does that mean my windows are open and me and my family are watching the latest comedy and we're laughing loudly on a summer night right does that mean a birthday party for an eleven year old in the backyard and the kids are swimming in there laughing in their car and they're yelling and screaming and they're carrying on the way kids do at a party what what we mean by allow so the what we mean by hate speech we mean by what what does that mean I don't know what that means for me thank you no no no it means literally the definition Oxford dictionary is abusive or threatening speech a right or writing that expresses prejudice against a particular group especially on the basis of race religion or sexual orientation so I mean I can go down a million examples but you want to give one that you would think would be innocuous I write an essay in which I declare we ought to commit military resources against radical Islamic terrorists like ISIS that seems pretty straight forward except except I would be writing threatening speech or writing because I'd be threatening to wipe out ISIS who is defined exclusively on the basis of religion their interpretation of Islam so my my my op ed piece could be prohibited from a from a public place I could not give a speech calling for that action this is the genius of the founders this is the genius of the founders because they wrote this and everybody seems to understand the rules except John why Gen Y. seems to have a problem with norms and standards I want to hear from you on this folks I want to get your thoughts on this because this is how it always gets introduced when you gonna bend the societal norms and always gets introduced this.

"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Fish come on to add insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen club fish minutes to switch your motorcycle. Endurance to Geico Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance needle back now on caught offside J._J.. I saw all of this now. Look I don't. I don't wish harm on anyone. I'm a very kind soul. I'm a peace loving man but you have a list but I did make my list following <hes> when the U._S. men did not qualify for the World Cup back back in two thousand seventeen. Obviously it's been well documented that I made a list of those that wronged us during that time when we were down those who kicked us while we were down and number one on that list J._J.. Was Jack Warner who basically blamed the United States of America for all of his ills really all the world's ills <hes> and I had said when I made this list that I will keep tabs on on what is going on with these people so <hes> so my eyes kind of popped today when I went to pro soccer talks website and I saw this headline Xfi Executive Jack Warner Corner ordered to pay seventy nine million dollars. What's he think about the U._S.? Now Federal Judge in New York City ordered former Kaka CAF executive and chief executive committee member Jack Warner to pay seventy nine million in damages. The judgment was ruled by default after Warner Corner did not contest the two thousand seventeen civil suit that allegedly embezzled millions of dollars from CONCACAF during his time with the government the soccer governing body was accused of receiving kickbacks with <hes> for meteorites deals concerned CAF competitions including including the gold cup. It goes on and on yeah but all of it all of J._J.. Was America's fault. It's why we're hated by. Everyone swayed. There's allow him to commit these crimes. <hes> freely read a message from a listener on Instagram.

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"jack warner" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance needle back now on caught offside J._J.. I saw all of this now. Look I don't. I don't wish harm on anyone. I'm a very kind soul. I'm a peace loving man but you have a list but I did make my list following <hes> when the U._S. men did not qualify for the World Cup back back in two thousand seventeen. Obviously it's been well documented that I made a list of those that wronged us during that time when we were down those who kicked us while we were down and number one on that list J._J.. Was Jack Warner who basically blamed the United States of America for all of his ills really all the world's ills <hes> and I had said when I made this list that I will keep tabs on on what is going on with these people so <hes> so my eyes kind of popped today when I went to pro soccer talks website and I saw this headline Xfi Executive Jack Warner Corner ordered to pay seventy nine million dollars. What's he think about the U._S.? Now Federal Judge in New York City ordered former Kaka CAF executive and chief executive committee member Jack Warner to pay seventy nine million in damages. The judgment was ruled by default after Warner Corner did not contest the two thousand seventeen civil suit that allegedly embezzled millions of dollars from CONCACAF during his time with the government the soccer governing body was accused of receiving kickbacks with <hes> for meteorites deals concerned CAF competitions including including the gold cup. It goes on and on yeah but all of it all of J._J...

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"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"They threw a party when Jack Warner where you at that party JJ. I don't remember tending any party. When Jack Warner got arrested with Putin. Get over yourself. Ego maniac, spoil, speaking of arrested Platini was also arrested this week. And we didn't really tell right, then we've got to mention that the other day, but I'm sure it's kind of well, they're gonna have a hard time, I think putting him away for this, I think, because it all dates back to this famous dinner that he had, where the rumor is that was the night where he was bribed into because he met with the president. The prime minister of Qatar the prime minister of France at the time, Nicolas Sarkozy. And rumor is that at that dinner, I guess is when the bribe happened and, and. When he was changed when a US vote to a Qatar. How can anyone truly he's saying that I was Qatar of haute before that dinner ever happened? It's going to be hard to prove, I guess, in less people. See emails that suggest otherwise, I don't know. There's a whole thing involving his son, unassured sponsor. That was a Qatari company. So this is a little bit of intrigue dares. Well, perhaps, I don't know. I'm not sure what what's going to happen with that? Yeah. At any rate, we continue red card to go first. Yeah. Skysports have dreamt up the worst summer nightmare. It's as if they've gone into my psyche and they've decided to make the worst shoal directly aimed at me. We've got a head on Scott for goal starting on July. Might be over. But things are one game too. The thing with every deal.

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"jack warner" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on Caught Offside

"They threw a party when Jack Warner where you at that party JJ. I don't remember tending any party. When Jack Warner got arrested with Putin. Get over yourself. Ego maniac, spoil, speaking of arrested Platini was also arrested this week. And we didn't really tell right, then we've got to mention that the other day, but I'm sure it's kind of well, they're gonna have a hard time, I think putting him away for this, I think, because it all dates back to this famous dinner that he had, where the rumor is that was the night where he was bribed into because he met with the president. The prime minister of Qatar the prime minister of France at the time, Nicolas Sarkozy. And rumor is that at that dinner, I guess is when the bribe happened and, and. When he was changed when a US vote to a Qatar. How can anyone truly he's saying that I was Qatar of haute before that dinner ever happened? It's going to be hard to prove, I guess, in less people. See emails that suggest otherwise, I don't know. There's a whole thing involving his son, unassured sponsor. That was a Qatari company. So this is a little bit of intrigue dares. Well, perhaps, I don't know. I'm not sure what what's going to happen with that? Yeah. At any rate, we continue red card to go first. Yeah. Skysports have dreamt up the worst summer nightmare. It's as if they've gone into my psyche and they've decided to make the worst shoal directly aimed at me. We've got a head on Scott for goal starting on July. Might be over. But things are one game too. The thing with every deal.

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"jack warner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Need hot. My dear. Swannee in the nineteen eighties while prince and Michael Jackson were climbing charts. But this was my big band discovering, Judy Garland, Harold Arlen, and the Gershwin's and soon I'd have these very definite opinions about the American songbook. I'd fall in love with hip hop later. But I didn't stop it. A star is born I'd moved onto Astaire and Rogers, Sinatra and FitzGerald and pretty soon. I was obsessed with old time radio. And now I'm sitting in NPR's studios in Culver city. The hardest scream land less than a mile away from where to garland filmed all her MGM musicals and a star is born. So that's the story behind why? I'm so honored to speak with Judy Garland's daughter Lorna left who wrote the book a star is born Judy Garland, and the film that got away Lorna left. Welcome to fresh air. Thank you so much. Your mother made a star is born a few years after kind of the most iconic part of her career, you know, she made movies like wizard of Oz. The Andy hardy movies meet me in Saint Louis and she was in GM's highest grossing star. When filming of a star is born began where was she at in her career? So when she and my dad were together and wanted to do something together. She said, you know, what I've always wanted to do. I've always wanted to do was stars born as a musical she had been fired from MGM at this point in her life. And she didn't think that she was able to make another blockbuster film. And my dad said yes, you can. And that's when they decided that a star is born was going to be it. And Jack Warner. Is the head of wanna brothers studios at the time. And they gather in retrospect will looks to be the most amazing array of people to be in this movie. They have George q core who is famous for being a women's director. He famously directed. Katherine Hepburn IRA Gershwin of IRA Gershwin, Harold Arlen who wrote some of the best songs ever. And then you have Judy Garland. How could it? Go wrong. Yeah. I bounced myself up a lot. And the the answer is that, unfortunately, the film ran long, and it was too long for the distributors to put extra showings in the movie theater, but the movie came out to rave reviews, but then the distributors in New York called Jack Warner and said it's too long, and we can't get enough showings in and you have to cut it. And then Jack Warner took the film away from them. And he cut it up, and he cut chunks out of this movie. In fact, he did send the movie to movie houses for projectionist to cut up, and they throw the film away. So the only people that saw the uncut version of a star is born with my mom. We're the people who sought for the first two weeks in the theater, and then it was taken away and chopped up. And it never made any sense. You know, what I wonder about this movie is when we by the time, it premiers it's has the biggest budget in Hollywood ignorant. Biggest premiere big big. And I wonder now in retrospect, why not start off with a smaller felt right? Why not build to something this large? Do you? Do you give them saying it seems like so much pressure to put on someone who had just been through the mill? Yeah, I do but she wanted to do it. She wasn't signed to Warner Brothers. She didn't have a movie contract. So it's a huge task to do. But my mother was used to that. And when you see all the films that she did when she was younger, and that's schedule was just brutal. It really was. I am. I did a film that has sort of become a cult favourite. It was a movie that I'm very proud of. It was a film called Greece to a we we know. All right. Okay. And the makeup gentlemen on Greece to its name was Charles Schramm. He was the makeup artist on the wizards. And he said to me said, do, you know, we used to do with your mom he said because she had to be on the set at six AM. We would go to her house at three thirty in the morning, and we would wake her up, and we would wash her hair. We would set it. We would do her makeup. And so we could drive through the gates of M G M in Culver city at six AM. And she'd be ready to walk on a set. That's how they got around the union rules 'cause there were child labor rules. Well, that's how they got around them. So when you start taking someone who's a child and putting them through. All of the work that she did. And when you look at all of her films dance numbers the singing numbers all of that. She knew what she was going to do in a star is born because this was her not only comeback. But this was her movie as an adult. Well, let's talk about the production of the movie, the Broadway legend moss Hart wrote the screenplay and he adapted it from the previous films, but he tailored for your mom. How did he Taylor this film specifically for Judy Garland? Moss was so magnificent. And so talented that he adopted from the previous films, but he also adapted to who was playing that role. And I've always thought that in the history of film. Those not a scene that will tug at your heartstrings as there is in what I call the dressing room scene. And those words that she is saying those words and then entire scene. Is is so hard to watch. And I once asked my dad years and years later, did she know that she was sort of talking about herself. And he said that's why it's so brilliant. We have a bit of that scene. Queued up and one of the the hearts of the smell must not just start them but addiction with which is what makes moss Hart's writing. So poignant, right. This is probably one of the best dramatic scenes in film and a switch, and it's a moment when during the movie your mother as Vicki Lester is in the middle of performing an up beat number and the head of the movie studio, Oliver Niles comes into address her room, and she has a breakdown he really wants to stop drinking. He's trying very hard. I know us. What? What is it? What is it that makes him wanna destroy himself? You you've known him longer than anyone else. Tell me, please. I don't care just tell me. I think I've tried to the is to know why to help him. I don't know Esther. I don't know what the answer is. Well. I've got to find the answer. You don't know what it's like to. Watch somebody you love. Come away by day by day in front of me. Right. Stand there helping. I thought it was I thought I was for. Love is love for him. One of the weird things about this film is the blend of what's true. What's not true? I mean, and this is that's what I took away from this book is this confusion. And I wonder how you dealt with it. Because one of the things that really struck me was that your dad bought the furniture from the set and used it in your home. So you not only did you go to the set as a young child. You physically grew up on the set of a star is born. I mean, like how do you determine what's real? And what's not real after so many experiences like that? Well, you know, I was born into a family of show business people. My grandmother owned a on my grandfather owned a theater in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, and my grandmother used to play the piano for the silent film. So it was always about show business. So I didn't think anything was strange about. How I grew up. I'd sort of like to share with you what Christmas was like in in our house when I was a small child I used to go to sleep at night and in December, and I would wake up and my whole house was decorated because my mother called the set decorators at MGM and said come over and do the house, and then she would call them and say, all right. Take it all down. Well, that's how I thought you did Christmas. We're listening to guest interviewer scenario Clinton tacking with Lorna loved one of Judy Garland's daughters, and author of the book a star is born Judy Garland, and the film that got away. We'll hear more of their interview after a break this is fresh air support for WNYC comes from the New York Stargell society marking the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the fourteenth amendment with black citizenship. In the age of Jim crow on the African American struggle in the fifty years after the civil war more at N Y history dot org. Haiti's town new Broadway musical that intertwines to mythic love stories and invites audiences on a journey to the underworld and back more at Haiti's town dot com. This is fresh air on ninety three point nine FM WNYC coming up at three o'clock in the takeaway. Then at the latest news and analysis from NPR and.

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"jack warner" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"What kept him from becoming a star. Because it seems like the way you described like that's what he wanted so bad, and he was always like in his grasp. But like just a little out of reach what kept him from being worse Star Wars lack of talent. You know, he he was kind of wooden. He was charming. He had that you know, that look that best friends have in the movies. But he he had no debts as an actor. And that always kept him from getting the roles that he coveted. I mean, you know, he worked next to Errol Flynn and with you to have one and Bette Davis and some of the bigger don't hold who is bud. Some of the bigger stars. But he didn't have what they had. And I think Jack Warner knew that he had two opportunities in king's role and Newt rock Nate all American. And you know, he was serviceable but not star quality. So, but one thing that came out of the movie business is that he became president of the Screen Actors Guild. What was his stint they're like, and how did that spark? You know, did it cause spark for his political career later on? We'll his student. There was brilliant. I mean, he he wasn't just the president of the Screen Actors Guild for run germ he won for six terms running. And he did that because it had a real way of communicating with the actors who represented, and he had an incredible sense of politics. He knew how to play them. Ronald Reagan was political animal not just around his dad when they talk politics, but in college and. Especially in Hollywood on the set of when when they broke between each same. Reagan was incredible chatterbox. I have the distinct pleasure of going to Paris and doing a huge interview with Olivia Aveline who was just on the cusp of her under his birthday and remembered some will hell Reagan. We'll talk politics between everything he was obsessed with it. In fact, when they went to the commissary plunged actors would wait to see where he said before going into the commissary. So they didn't wind up next getting near full of politics. So politics was always on Reagan's mind and that worked in conjunction with his presidency in the Screen Actors Guild, especially during one of the violent tons in Hollywood during the strikes in the blacklist. And and he he knew had a win his wife. Those those particular obstacles and that really helped him later on when it came time for politics. Right. I think the book you talk about he stopped being it. And then they asked him to come back because he was just everyone thought he did a good job at what he did actually. He would he was actually the president for five terms running that he took a hiatus thinking, I'm never going back to that. They really needed him around the time of the blacklist, and he agreed to come back in represent the guilt again. So as you mentioned, we talked about earlier in the show he started off as a true believing democratic new dealer, but now he became this. He's as conservative icon winded his shift in politics start happening was at around this time in the movies. You know, -absolutely it happen during the during the the violent strikes Olivia to have actually set this out from the in perfect terms, the different committees. In Hollywood is the time there were there were many activists committees were being infiltrated by people who believed in honest, the principles and Reagan Reagan saw Al that really broke up meetings. And interfered with the studio politics and felt that communists were evil group. And so his politics started to skew from the left to the right. Also Reagan had made a serious mistake. He when he went into the army he had heard a during World War Two. He had heard that the soldiers during World War One when they came out when the war ended were forgiven their taxes. So Reagan decided to take the chance not pay his taxes thinking that. Of course, it'll be the same during World War Two, and it wasn't and he wound up with a ninety three thousand dollar tax Bill and never forgave Uncle Sam. He always felt Uncle Sam was picking his pocket a big government with starting to interfere in his life. Even though it had been as mistake. But that also skew is politics. From the left to the writers..

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"jack warner" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

New York Times - The Book Review

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

"Really is the least significant is the character uh sam we're very active in the achievement of sound which is i think rarely if the great turning point in history and he died during that process the findings down on so and jack lynch the kid jack wish the best flamboyant the bucks show e jacked right to tell funny stories he liked singing songs uh and he was shock uh he was the least likeable but i think clearly but most influential and he and harry really got into increasing rivalry as the years went by the studio prospects but eventually and i told that story jacked rarely through share coming and intrigue took over control of the whole studio and observers people in the family thought that that broke carries fought the biggest ever to get into a jewish lives series while jack warner yes i'm our thinking lit in treatment worthless most of the people who've been dealt with in the jewish life there are sort of nobleman on mobile women in history they have they have great achievement at my up more or less fine character nobody could really accused jack ordinary that he was not a good guy most of the people who work for him because like him didn't crust it uh i don't think he could ever made a movie on his um he was don't really a creative us but he had some thinking that was vital in the history of the movie business with greater organize it a great higher of talent a very shrewd quick judge of what might work with the public view arguing that there was a such as a warner brothers studios still that there was a kind of character to those films was that was that jack or was that distributed to be able to something else i think it had to do with jack i think that most the film are about guy particularly who would have liked to be adult fantasy relationship with a lot of character.

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"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Um well even by pizza too complicated question i would say that he was pretty bad certainly not an angel even within pv standards um uh ultimately you know if you can if you can decide that a ten percent contract wasn't um uh illegal uh on the in the legal sense um you can still decide that the things he did in terms as hiding money from a us tax authorities and uh and all that certainly pretty bad um beyond that um on that more traditional fief of corruption level this is the person who um took bribes admitted taking bribes he took bribes to vote uh uh for south africa to host the two thousand ten world cup you took the bride he had helped coordinator bribe uh uh for a failed bid uh from morocco 1988 world cup that thai jack warner who wasn't executive committee the time did votes uh did accept the ride for um he also um took lots of bribes that uh that are little maybe less familiar to most people but he clean port in probably larger and value which was to come thai give tv and marketing contracts to sports marketing firms to put them on television and sold sponsorships and he was the one wanted people in charge of allocating knows and took underthetable payments for years and years on from companies in order to contain um so that's uh that's i think the large part of the kind of corruption he was involved in ten was ever since from your kind of investigation into a dot it was jack warner who they.

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"jack warner" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:50 min | 5 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"Jimmy said that he hadn't the friend suggested that he get himself down to one of them to take a look jimmy arrived at the warner theater in hollywood to see a giant marquee sign outside reading pat o'brien in sealing zero jimmy had nothing but love and admiration for pat o'brien but the market was in direct violation of the contract agreed with jack warner which clearly stated the jimmy wars at all times to receive top billing in any film he starting twice in as many months jack warner had gone back on his word firstly he made him work in five films when he was only supposed to be starring in four now he was receiving second billing jimmy had a photograph taken of the marquee and before the morning was over at instructed a lawyer to begin legal proceedings against warner brothers an unprecedented move in hollywood whether limitless wealth and influence of powerful studio heads had always frightened styles into submission walking out of a studio is one thing but to actively take the morning court was another many considered the move naive many thought him a fool but the combined mines and vast resources of the warner brothers legal department didn't sky jimmy one bit a day later he was invited to jack won't his office to see if things couldn't be straightened out man to man part of him at wanted to ignore the over but the haute rebel in his heart also wanted to hear what jack at a savings of and so the following evening he drove himself to the mona studio and presented himself jack won his office.

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"jack warner" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

01:50 min | 5 years ago

"jack warner" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"The offer was refused jack warner by now was incandescent with rage mike jim walk he screamed as he paced his office we conned he was told contracts don't work that way they simply tired perform into working exclusively for this studio they don't stipulate so he refuses to what can we suspend him officially he is already suspended he just doesn't care jesus christ i am not being held over a barrel by that little boss that again it's as simple case of withholding employment been betcha rise will withhold employment as i say that he doesn't care another week boston to more offers arrived to jimmy's contract jack warner told them up and flung them at the wall by now the disputed reached the ears of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences who decided that the outcome of this altercation was altogether too important to leave in the hands of two such hotheads and collectively assigned an arbitrator the directive frank capra to broker peace talks between james cagney in jack l one how much did jimmy want asked capra jimmy wanted four thousand dollars a week he was tall and how much was jack warner willing to offer us capper jack warner wasn't willing to offer a fucking dime he was told but the sold this mess out he would begrudgingly offer 2000 takeitorleaveit jimmy would leave in jack would offer two thousand five hundred jimmy would leave it jack widow for three thousand dollars per week.

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