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"jacob bill" Discussed on AutCast
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"jacob bill" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Welcome to the second half of the Tom Debris show joining us in the hot seat for this half hour is adarsh mushroom. If you missed the first half with Mike, Johnson, you'll have to listen to it again on our website on the podcast where you find your favorite podcast. But without further ADO, here's Tom depre- with the Dr. Smash Rue. So. This is. Jacob Bill. The all flowers. Man I I. He is Bob Dylan Son. You're this song I've heard. I don't know if it was this group doing it but I've heard the song lead to some two. You can sure tell as related. Yeah Can So. Adarsh tell us your life store. You're. A native of Bangalore India and you came here. To go to university but Fill in the gaps a little. So I came here in two thousand one. Let's talk a little bit about Bangalore. Okay and India. So that I was born in a small town in the state of Gujarat, which is about is. Quite a bit. avai- from Banglore it's more towards the. Western part of India Saleh's bond there my family lived there and when I was I think I'd just turned five and moved to Bangalore grew up in Bangor and Bangalore is a big city although I grew up in a relatively smaller town. I was born in relatively smaller town rather so I went to. School in Bangalore My. Parents and My Dad's sibling my dad's younger brother and his family moved to Bangor at the same time. So that was only family we had there was that for business reasons it was yes So my my father was Prior to moving to Bangalore, my dad used to Manufacturer of. Plastic bags the reportedly yet lean. A. Record low density, polyethylene bags basically, those carry bags that you get at the grocery store, right? So he had a factory and he used to manufacture those and before that and around the same time, he was also a distribution of. Fertilizer. So you're an n peaky for it lasers. And then my grandfather before that was distributor of Petroleum Product. So he had A. Distributorship for the company Burmah Shell, which was a British company they used to own gas stations and started initially selling kerosene, and then over time you know lubricants and things So I come from a family that A business family basically. and then when my dad moved to Bangalore, he got distributorship A company that sold. packaging thin. So stretch them Clinton shink thin basically plastic films, various applications. So he was the distributor for the whole of south India which was four states. And I my brother and I grew up there went to school there. And I went to an international school So back in the Early Ninety S there are a few international schools because engine economy had just started to foreign investments and things. So people from other countries would move to city Banglore ex experts, and They had schools which catered to them. You know with an international baccalaureate program so more different sadly different curriculum So Ventoux school finished high school there and. As, soon, as I finished high school I moved To Lexington to go to the University of Kentucky. And why would you do that So I think the big reason, Kentucky was the last place I wanted to come to just. When? When you're not. From here in your mind America's New York City or California Chicago. The big cities basically. But Avenue Ankle to lived here for about thirty forty years actually they moved here in the seventy s He's a doctor. Yes he's retired now and my aunt is a pharmacist she still works So My parents wanted me to be close to some family since I was eighteen data that was too young. So they said, you know, why don't you go here for a year and then you can transfer and go somewhere else. but I just ended up staying in you know ended up graduating from UK, because I I moved here and I actually liked to Lexington and I'd been to exit before. said Ben to exton twice before once in Nineteen ninety-six of and I was twelve and once in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine when I was fifteen on vacation because ad. Uncle. Uso. Summer vacation one year she invited US and took us to Disneyworld and. Smoky Mountains. That was in ninety six and then I was familiar with Lexington all I didn't know much of downtown Yudo. They lived in the suburbs. So I knew a little bit about it and Lexington was a much smaller place in nine, hundred, ninety, six I don't even think Hamburg existed then. or maybe getting. Probably didn't So. I studied finance at UK And after I graduated I moved to Orlando just outside of Orlando Place called altamonte springs. Their friend of mine who admitted UK who was from Malaysia the two of US started this trading company started buying. Tissue. Cultured plants. From. started buying them initially from India, and then over time from a couple of other countries and sold them to plant growers in Florida there's a big. horticulture industry in Florida. So did that for about a year and at the end of the year, I realized my friend came from a hardy culture. Background is family was in the horticulture businesses to still are. So I realized that that was not something that I wanted to do for the long run and I was more interested in finance investment. Business. So I moved. Back to Lexington, and that's when I started looking for debris. Yes. And as as I recall, you offer to work for free. that. Yes I was. Should've taken you up on that. But I was. I had mercy on you. I'd done some research on debris just on the. Internet at that point whatever I found and I was I was interested in the research aspect of it because there really aren't. That I need investment funds index that do much research. So I read about that and I was interested and you know. I thought it would be a good place to work and and learn. So at that point. Really had nothing to lose. So I figured I could probably. Add enough savings for two or three months. So why not.
"jacob bill" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"So then I went I watched that show there's only one season of that and it was canceled Patriot has two seasons. This has one season and this was on epic's. Fantastic very different style, but very similar tone. I love banking's Li I mean shit a he's like and Ben Kingsley, not to spoil anything is in like sexy beast Ben. King. I was just GonNa say that's my favorite I mean. So it's Yuck can rad. I was just having a conversation about him the other day because this argument and maybe you and I may have already talked about this. So but the idea that like iron man three is better than I think people remember it to be. One of the best marvel movies and his performance in that film. Shows, Jimmy. How good of an actor? He is like yeah, and there's a one shot like a marvel one shot him just about the mandarin that is you gotta see it's online I believe my friend who wrote Ironman three actually wrote and directed that he actually did a superhero show in BBC on the BBC. His name is drew Pearce. His show was great as well as all these superheroes living together Gosh what was the name of that but the one shot with Ben Kingsley gives you a lot more of that character goofy like, yeah like bengals. Is he can. He can pull off. Looking appearing as though he's a menacing super villain and then he can peel away and be a bumbling actor underneath it. You know he's very, very fun and very fun to watch and is really terrific in perpetual grace as is all of those people I mentioned and Steve Conrad also has a like a group of regular players that are in all of his shows. Kurt would Smith -Tario Quinn his brother, Chris Conrad. And they're all fantastic Kurt would smith. Between. I feel like weirdly because I watched robocop because he was such a part of Patriot and perpetual I feel like I've been seeing a lot of Kurt with Smith in Corinth is very strange. I mean, I love a good Kurt wordsmith role by the way that show that. My friend is called no heroics and it's raining. Yeah. The same idea essentially superheroes just taking craft duty active. superheroes. Show yeah. Really Fun. So that perpetual gray show is on epic's which I had to get in order to watch it. You can get. So I, am is on add on, right? Yes. Do and so as a result I ended up watching and being obsessed with. Epics has a Laurel Canyon documentary that's all this music scene and Laurel Canyon I want to be very clear right now the documentary I'm talking about is not the Jacob Dylan Laurel Canyon Documentary Jacob Dylan made Laura Kenyon documentary that is very available. and. So if you look it up, you're gonNA find. That is the one that Howard Stern is talking about or is the Jacob Bill in the one that I believe the Jacob Dylan one is the one they were talking about Howard, stern although somebody else on Howard. Stern did say you know there's a better one and that is what I'm talking about I think it's Called Laurel Canyon it's it's four hours long. It's too. It's a two parter. It's only available right now on epic's which is weird. But you can sign up for a free week of epics if you have apple TV or if you have whatever you, there is like a promo. Yeah. and it's awesome and there is so much in my life right now in quarantine is. Like, I spend so much time watching consuming stuff and like, and then crying during most of it. So this one, there's so much Joni Mitchell footage in this and I'm I'm obsessed with Joni Mitchell. Yeah. I was just like screen shotting and take I was like Thaba being and and and filming stuff. Was Oh. No just for me. So I, can have it was amazing. I was never seen this footage before of Joni it's great. So it's a great I really enjoyed that documentary touches on so it's still Laurel Canyon music scene so I'm looking at David crosby stills, Nash, Young Joni, Mitchell and the monkeys and everybody the turtles, all of these musicians at around the same time congregate and start living in. Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles as a neighborhood because it's relatively cheap but still central enough to all of the kind of music clubs that they would play the whiskey or the troubadour or any of those places. So it is awesome. Island eight the one just again even though you're very clear that's on epic's it's the one directed by Alison. Ellwood so she is. And she actually was behind American high, which is something I saw long long time who. Are. Urging. Jessica. And I pitched with the first. The first deal I ever we ever made Jessica Saint Clair, and I sold a show to comedy central that was based a little bit on that America high show, which was a TV show in which we would have played documentary filmmakers Filming School Kids America Venom East, right? Yeah. But then we regress and start to like want to be in highschool arse like we start to be the story like the popular. Friends with Saint Clair hang out with them. 'cause the popular girls never liked her, and then my character gets to be like it gets asked to be in a band and I'm so I'm so as the series would have gone on, I would be playing in the battle of bands and she would wrong with the popular girls. We unspoiled. We've been talking about back to school movies and not to bring up unspoiled. But the we interviewed amy heckling and wow, she was talking about fast times and was so interesting because I had forgotton that Cameron Crowe did that he went back Oh. Yes. School and and like became a student and befriend these people to get these stories and actually WanNa go read that book. I'd like to read that like she said that the original script for fast times was much more like porkies and then and then and then her and cameron like both love the stuff in the in the book. And they're all of this and then basically just took already putting the book and made the the script this really you know why that movie is so good move..
"jacob bill" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To turn where they're going to pull out a handgun. You know, he bought his kids, the witness's domesticate them. Royal rumble you know, with with three cars, you know this guy? I don't know. I mean, I don't know. I'm looking at this wrong but you know, when he reached down that was the moment to cop. Well again. We do not have A report on honest, objective report of exactly what went down. We have partial. You know, we have the spin that you know. One side is giving spin that the other side is giving. You know, we don't have the New York Times usually does a great job of a timeline. This happened that this happened then this happened then and we don't really have that. In great detail, so we don't know exactly how this went down. You know where the police called Because something was going on. That was not kosher. He absolutely There was a problem. The guy did have a warrant, however. I think the question is the proportionality whatever he did. Did it rise to the level of you should be shot. And how many times he should be shot and should be shot in the back and how far that they went. Of and that's the issue me. Nobody is painting him out. Jacob Bill Blake to the out of Saint Obviously problems there, But you know, it's the proportionality of the The result that I think we're looking at and saying why In the back seven times. That seems to be an overreaction. And we're hearing my you know the knife was on him. The knife was under the floorboard. The knife was, you know. Was he was going to turn around and stabbed. The cop was at what was going on. We don't know what was said. We don't have audio. We heard he was tased twice. It didn't work. Why? How you know all these questions that are still open their Let's go. Tio Joe in Bayside. You're on the fan, Joe. Yeah. Good morning. Could tell you morning, Joe. Ah, I got a question. Yeah, It's a little disillusioned here. Okay regarding the Mets and the Mets acquisition process. Let me start by saying I'm hearing from all the talking heads that That is a real concern about Steve Cohen, making this purchase acquisition based on his possibly his best piss background and the consideration that he may spend a lot of weight to acquire players putting that aside. You allowed the man first of all to enter into this process. You allowed him? Senator and you confirmed that You confirmed that by allowing their process by saying that he passed the first hurdle of having making it Ah, good enough purchase price that sentiment of the second round of purchases in the team. So now you're living in the amount of people that could actually purchase it. And then you go. You say that people are saying that if he makes a purchase, that's a little bit above what state at the time J. Lo and a rod with to make that they still might take a rise in J. Lo's price. Even if it was close enough, they might, they might do that. I don't understand is if the man if the man was good enough to get to this point in the process, and secondarily his money was good enough to be a minority owner team. How could you even consider his background? What has passed and taking always other things in if he was good enough to be a partial owner, how many have been known to be a total loner? It seems to me that they would issues if that happens that they want to give it to him. It just seems like the using the man to boost up the twice from everybody else. Well, yeah, I hear what you're saying. See what I think we're getting from the papers. The tabloids have spend one side is spending the one Pablo oId. The other side is spinning to the other. Obviously, the Wilpons would like to get the most money they possibly can for the Mets, right, they you know, And we're saying Well, 2.3 billion versus 2.4 billion. Well, that's $100 million. A lot of money, All right. I mean, it seems small because we're doing two point But when you're thinking about it, you know what point means It's a ton off money. Okay, so they're trying to get the most that they can Here's the thing about the vetting process. Do you when you try to sell something? Right. Do you vet the buyer Completely 100% before you accept the bid, or you say, OK, let's see if this guy's a serious bidder. I mean, I recently went through this selling a house a couple of years ago experience I'd like to forget about But I had somebody come along, and they had a shave background, really shady background, But the house has been on the market a long time. I really, really needed to sell it. So I said, Well, look, you know if they got the money, it's you know, whatever a CZ long as the money is in counterfeit and the money is obtained Legitimately and all of that. I'll sell it fine. And then they back out of the deal at the last minute for no reason. So I'm like, okay. I didn't investigate them fully other than to know there was some stuff going on that smell. But I wanted to get the offer first, and then you know you do your due diligence. So did Steve Cohen get the the microscopic thing with them? Okay. He's done this. He's done that. That's okay. That's not okay. From baseball or just from the Wilpons. And if you're a minority owners, it's a little bit different in that. You know, you don't have control of the team. So you're just basically an investor. And like the A rod situation with J. Lo. Brian Urlacher was an investor in that, apparently, er lacquered said some things that got the Chicago Bears to basically disavow him. So do you. Look at what he said What he did and say, Well, you know, I don't want this guy on my team. You know, where do we draw the line? And if Cohen You know, with the his company being fined in order to pay almost $2 billion in fines, and yet he personally was not called on the carpet. Does that mean? Well, you know, he was just a lax supervisor. Or did that mean that he was smart enough to insulate himself from what he knew his charges were doing See, and that's the investigation that has to go on. You know, Once the deal is accepted by the Wilpons the owners have to say Okay, Well, we've looked into this. You know, for example, the whole Daniel Snyder thing that's going down down in Washington now. Where there are charges against the organization of You know, you may have heard yesterday but with everything else you may not have where there were cheerleaders being forced to pose and go out with You know, supporters of the team, you know, kind of Ah, low level prostitution thing. It sounded like And was Snyder involved in this? Did he know about it? Did he not supervise it? You know if if there's stuff going on with me, too, and Cohen Major League Baseball doesn't want to accept an owner, knowing that this scandal is going to come out and that they may have to force him to divest. So that's a lot of the stuff that's going on right now. With that situation, right? We'll be right back More of your calls 8773376666. Did you know Geico's now offering an extra 15% credit right now Switch your family that T Mobile and.
"jacob bill" Discussed on Family Stories
"Everyone is grandpa Jimmy. Your. House, and you're listening to the family and stories podcast. I'd be willing to bet that very few of list we'll recognize the name of my very special guests today. But if I told you the role she played in an amazing movie, I would be willing to bet that everyone of you no matter your age have seen in love the character she brought to life on the screen. This lovely woman lived in Hollywood for the first ninety years of her life. So you might guess she's over ninety. She started acting at the as four when she played the role of a ferry and the nineteen thirty five film midsummer night's dream. She's appeared in the anti-graft, the show, the lone ranger and many more so many I could not possibly list them. But what she's best known for began with an audition call at the Disney studio in nineteen. Fifty. One. And with that, I want to introduce my guest. Margaret Carey Margaret Walk to the PODCAST. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Lovely introduction appreciated while you're more than welcome. It's just a blessing to have you here but let's get right to what did you audition for Disney Working at Twentieth Century Fox. At that time as an assistant director, I've been a dancer, all of my life I still dance on stage by the way do. You should hear the whose laws. Anyway. I got a call from my agents who said. Can you get the day Because they're interviewing for a part of drian half inch tall sprite who doesn't talk. And I thought well. I really she said it should. I said I'll be there at six am in the morning. Everybody, in Hollywood wanted to work. The wonderful things he was doing. They didn't tell me what the carriage wash. Up to the gate, the man with a clipboard had my name that was exciting only at Disney is it's really weird the other studios, oh? Okay and then they told me where to par and they told me where to go to mar gave. where his office was. So I did and I out like I. I. Got Lost. and. And this day call lanky man came up he says, you look lost and I said I am supposed to beat Mark Davis and he says I'll take you. I got to tell you that wouldn't have happened in any other studio. It just wouldn't. I would wandered around and he took me all the way up to the third floor and said that door there that open door there is marked office so I women and that was the first time that I found out that mark was the great animator of his name. One of the nine old men who spelled his first name M. A.. R.. So I. Win in carry my. And my little player. Introduced myself and he says, what's that? And I said well I wanted to show you a little pantomime he said wonderful and was his but I stopped code Because they're on the walls in very large pieces of white paper, I'd say about twenty two. Into sketches. Of the most wonderful. Character that you ever saw. And I wanted to see her I wanted to see more upper. But no, I had to sit down and talk to mark Davis I would clan south any so he says. Wait a minute. So we called up Jerry Ron among Jerry Jeremy Who's the over director? What are the UBER Director's overall directors of the movie and he told me it was Peter Pam. I Love Peter Pan of course, and I guess that must be Jacob Bill and so. I have to tell you him the the difference of Disney Studios? Nice Nice people that were there. was. Is. Assertive amazing because my player would those two men stopped and tried to figure it out which they did and then Mark Davis Scott down on his hands and knees and found a plunk. To plug it into. I tell you. I thought I've got to work here. I've got to. So I did that. A BE DO and many people who've seen Peter Pan Maybe you remember the scene or she lands on the Mirror I was. Years old I could do anything show anyway. I've played her I played tinkerbell. Is this little? A never seen herself in a mirror. So she's not printing herself as we are new. way of thinking about. Of Girls and boys she's looking at herself for the first time and say. Is What I look. They liked it and either Dan or maybe all next week I can't remember they called up and said. Wouldn't be convenient for you too. So you you were tinkerbell. In the day long before animation as we know it now I'm sorry I didn't mean to you were having a little trouble appearing each you. Well, I'm going to do my best to speak a little louder here and make sure we'll. Well I still am was I was Gonna Say those days. You didn't have computer animation. It was all drawings and stuff. So you had to mind this whole thing and so what they did was they would call me in and I had a one piece bathing suit. And they said, well, you eat a costume but they did my hair. She's a blonde she started out as red by the way and they changed your over to a blah. Then they said so be there at at ten o'clock is that convenient? I said. Yes. They've never I've never business before whether it was convenient and Darren the sound stage sound stage one was the whole setup at the Surrey five millimeter camera the whole camera crew. I ended up there and the first thing I said was when I stepped outside out in front of the limbs. I said Mr. Mr Davis. To be, would you like to be dickey like Betty boop or would you like to be above it all like Queen of the Fairy Barbara. We wondered to be you. And I. Said Gosh Golly I think I can do that. Sir So then he would show me. What you want to tinker bell to do in that particular scene. And I would. Process it step out in front into the lights and make the movements and make the move. He'd say I like that. Okay. Are you ready? Let's try it and so we would. Shoot it and he'd say good for everybody you say, yes, he says, okay let's take a second one for protection. and. That's what we work through 'EM. Reward I scenes in.
"jacob bill" Discussed on Hanging With The Homies
"Doing something. It wasn't. You. See what I was wearing during the week. It was it was it was tough, right? Let's just that's third. Meet, let's start. Let's start. We know the business of the. Business. Yeah. Apparently. Apparently, hunting is into. The new episode of our Africa men. And they brought their bulletin. GRAVESITES! A on the news that. It's very bad. It's very bad for South Africa by then at the beginning of the pandemic, everyone was like. Let corrina come to south. Africa would show eat, but now it seems like it was just a safe. It was only a say. Imagine you're still alive, but the already. Digging a hole for you. Soon they'll be sending messages of. Me, a number is one treaty something on the Grease Idea Mama Wool. In condolences in advance. At the show that the. Mental Health. As is actually given up on us the in confide anymore. They just want as paycheck. because. This doesn't send any message. It doesn't. It doesn't show what. 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She got into bed and we watched movies and movies and movies. Later. I decided to cook for us. I knew. Then after a meal we ate. You know grow. You know you gotTA. You gotta be in Slovenia. We started in and. I I am. Emphasis. And this is. Legged Dance Louis. Actually. I want to say we thought. We had six. We made love because I think people nowadays don't know how to differentiate between parking. And Heaven's sakes having sex and making love. You know tip-off. Confused to explain in differentiate to me, it sounds like it's the same thing, but one involves love, and the other doesn't involve anything just like a one man. You know you can have. Your Kazan maybe can have fuck buddy. There hadn't again. You can have sex with someone you. Really I can see someone. You don't really love, but she just fell in love with the what what they can offer you mean. I mean you fall in love with someone because they can offer you a cookie. And one thing one thing. One thing I don't understand, but the females of of nowadays don't understand the thing of but at ninety day to. Do you know what? Will is. An did rule is tell me rather educate me. Educate you a little bit on what? An old og called Steve Harvey said he created rule in reach in one, thousand, nine hundred. Determining whether you will give the person the.
"jacob bill" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She wrote. yeah you guys I kinda can I hate it when the fair concern and do all good things come to mind NO down even that this one has really been a fun fair I think it's been fun for people it's been fun for vendors we've had five record setting days six grandstand concert sold out food vendors in beer vendors and mine the weather's been perfect isn't perfect so one rough day but Monday when I'm ready. that was zero yeah okay so I finally saw once upon a time in Hollywood the Quentin Tarantino found. a month later yeah is rain yesterday afternoon I think he's here it's like you want to go on a bike ride him like not really wanna keep sitting and so we went to the noon showing of once for a time in Hollywood have you seen it yet no no I it was I have to go by myself okay given that I give it to be you okay and. I he liked. they sure Liz Brad Pitt very much she but I told my mom I can't believe you saw the movie two days in a row because it's two hours and forty five minutes long. it's a story about nothing it just kind of about this Rick Dalton Leonardo di Caprio was really good playing this. in secure TV actor from the fifties in the roles are kind of drying up for him and he's super in security kind of cries and it's like you're really he's playing again he looks like this tough guy but in real life he is always kind of a baby man yeah and Brad Pitt is a stunt double because I guess back in the forties fifties sixties people would have a stump stunt double and it would be their stunt double their whole career. and so you get cameos like Steve McQueen is played by Damian Lewis who's in who's in homeland place it billions and you know there are other like people I I can see where Jackie chan's daughter was upset about how our dad was portrayed. he cable across as an egotistical that he said that he bragged that he could knockout Cassius clay that he could take him out of course the movie is set in nineteen sixty nine. and that isn't a true he never said that he never said that and think it kind of the you he's kind of a joke and the daughter was just like this is the kind of crap my dad faced in Hollywood right being Asian in the. zero to chop chop guy so anyway it just I just give it a B. I mean I thought the ending didn't really have an ending yo yeah sending yeah it has it has an Indian and Sharon Tate played by Margot Robbie is she's like you can't can't take your eyes out for her and it's cool how in the movie when she goes into a movie theater to watch yourself in the wrecking crew it's the real movie and it's the real Sharon stone that in the movie and the music was great yeah and old music from that era but I don't know I just I I I mean I'm not going to give it a name Johnny were you expecting more and no I think he's he liked it a little bit more some of the guy humor that was and then you know very Quentin Tarantino is and there's homage is to feed to bare feet are we see Margot Robbie's bare feet we see Margot Margaret quale Wally's bare feet crying Tarantino's foot fetish if you don't know every movie there's women's. feet lovingly captured in a way that like implement Thurman and pulp fiction member she's dancing in the camera goes down to the gym there's always someone you know painting their nose nails are putting their feet up said the I mean it's really kind of funny how they do that but he has to do it and then my brother. saw this movie called good boys which is is R. rated movie that came out last week and it's being described as stand by me me super bad which just right there I'm in I love a coming of age movie and I think it will be I think a lot of people do but my brother sent me a review you said the funniest damn movie I've seen in ages I laughed so many times I snorted and who did and I was as noisy as your husband that's pretty noisy yeah I know what he's up at that low he just said it is it's about the six grade boys who want to discover things about girls well they they want to go to a kissing party and yeah and yeah and yes all the seven he just said it he said I'm gonna have to go again because I you laugh so much you miss some of it the kids and my mom's side and she just said it was hysterical so if you need to laugh maybe that's your word for it okay did you see any movies this week I always I I did see what something that I didn't get to catch it is the is because you know I love musical documentaries and it's called echo in the canyon you have you heard of this and all you know laurel canyon this is laurel canyon and all the amazing music that came out of laurel canyon especially in the in the sixties cousin Michael lives on Lookout Mountain side road were Joni Mitchell lived on actually zero it was one soul Andy so maybe they don't live there and they all go over each other's houses and yeah this amazing music and they we did together the it was hosted by Jacob Dillon and he would be talking to these people as they are now we talked to Michelle catalepsy talk to Roger McGuinn from the birds Michelle Phillips the mama Cass make an appearance someone spend the time and yeah yeah so it was that same time. sixty nine. so you got Jacob who interviewing the people as they are now and then you saw footage of the people that were making music back then and how it all it was just that magical time yeah tell the Manson murders happened yeah that doesn't come up in the documentary and they're never inserted locking their doors and then they did a concert Jacob bill into the concert with several other people and they performed all of the songs off that were written in summer okay it's really good call echo in the canyon I think you'd you'd like it from Randy Carlyle did a case of you as a cover on Saturday night the Joni Mitchell so great hello John it was really good and Lionel Richie talked about going to Paisley park and prince they did a bunch of Lionel Ritchie's signing and then line as I can I have that the idea of this tonight he's like no man I read the story in the vault yeah some want to hear those yeah it really your prints covering other people's stuff. no he didn't really do that no but I. I hope there's some of that in the in the vault at peace let's hope so no not you watch the Spanish princess didn't you I love this man so I love anything. fiction yeah we got a hold of that and my my my partner yeah. she is just this is I gotta watch another one out of what's another one yeah which is yeah you want six of them already and I said I've had enough yeah I don't think any work it's it based on the handle Lynn novels or she writes historical fiction always about like the tutors so the plaid genet this is about Catherine of Aragon when she first comes to a patrol is actually to Henry's brother Arthur sickly yes yeah I got that silly prince valiant here call yeah well that was. under and but I loved it that show and it's like you like Outlander or yeah the white queen that was on Starz Starz it is a it wasn't stars yeah they do a good job historical fiction themselves yeah by the way is Kevin Hart gonna be okay. we got a story that he was in charge of ninety nine good morning America's little Mustang no I don't know I mean he was with his friend and his friends girlfriend and they were all in this month saying one in the morning not Mulholland drive but one of the other canyons you know in in LA his friend was driving one AM. took a corner too fast the car tumbled down an embankment and they had to cut the top of the car off to get them all out. apparently he's going to be able to walk again but it's just lucky and they're saying no alcohol was involved because that was the first thing I thought of I thought out crap one in the morning the friends driving the car the girlfriends in the car the coming home from some party wears Mrs Kevin Hart. you know. home with the kids Kevin so very lucky all my gosh didn't get injured more seriously I I couldn't believe it and he had earlier like instead he got this muscle car for as a birthday present you know what movie I saw a trailer for at once upon a time versus Ferrari yeah we demanding Christian bale is going to be that guy movie gals are also going to like if they want to go see that true story is about. what about the twenty four hours of Le Monde the race and Ferrari and for having the audacity to take on Ferrari and for ours attitude was forward is not going to win and that's when they came up with that car the Shelby member the Marshall the muscle car that Ford had those what's his name plays Carroll Shelby Christian bale or Matt Damon that day that day. it looks it looks really does it was the only movie out of five trailer well my husband I go to movies we always go thumbs up thumbs down or sideways means reviews so after trailer we just give that yeah that was the only one that got double thumbs up for both lines at Astor we both gave it a side ways that movie with Brad Pitt the Astor not live Tyler shades of Armageddon she was get every astronaut movie I couldn't figure what the hell it was about. there's a threats yeah they're going much away I work for any falls off of the big thing in our space and he's just reported loading and then they then wakes up in a hospital I'm like well how does that happen. no but I mean if you get untethered from the station in space are you screwed well I would think you just float away yeah I. fall to earth in the end. I said questions just after watching that in and of itself you know one of the trailers to do you remember any others those so. yeah those are the two that can answer that one for not knowing what it was about the other one for and then it and I'm still going to see it yes I'm glory on Wednesday the fifth to the screening are you are you you sound you can rate I'm going to Beverly hills she she she Darlene. I know cases like you want to go on a hike in a like I doubt it while the rebel really hill now will like to hike up to Griffith park any maybe it maybe I will by Saturday maybe they won't be you know. so tired yeah my body okay first from seeing out here so late alright listen we're live at the fair we're here till two o'clock we wanna thank everyone who's as stopped out to see is that the fear we love this gig more than anything so we'll be back in the studio tomorrow and then I guess the next chances you'll be project down and dirty whatever they tell us what that is yeah we don't know we know the dates but they did we don't know what they're gonna make nervous about it evil people don't make as acts or do comedy that's all. alright let's so we'll be right back. we did in twenty.
"jacob bill" Discussed on Around the NFL
"This is mandatory work and they want new contracts. And so that's an issue, but players are treating the voluntary part of organized activities more voluntary than ever. And it's less of a big deal. I think than it's ever been. Yeah. Let's move on, if this were voluntary, would you show up in, I would it's kind of become a very important part of my job. And if I didn't show up for this offer Mitch and pink, slip. Probably come from me. So yes, I'm here every show just about with good reason. Get answer voluntary workouts. You brought up that and Leon bells and example did not show up to any of the OT as ahead of this week's minicamp is an attendance this week or wasn't attendance. It's over now but will not does not plan to attend the follow up OTA's voluntary before heading into the summer break. But that's not really what I wanna talk about. He did look good by the way, he looks fast. But he's. The writer for the ethnic that covers the jets who does a very nice job, Greg's very these name. So he'll remind me first name's Connor, kind of Hugh, hunter Hughes, does an excellent job for the athletes said that bell operates under the different speed that a scene with other running backs on the jets and the jets have not had bad running backs in recent years. They've had some decent guys. But anyway, the big problem with John Bell is the drama around him. And with creating art, it's good to have that to multi around you. Sometimes some of the best work of say a Dylan or Springsteen, or whoever comes when there's stuff going on Zilin's. Jacob Bill, of course talking about the ball flowers. Yes. Lady on bell had more than five hundred thousand dollars worth of jewelry jewelry, stolen from his home. And this is from the Associated Press, Mark. It's not. And that's that happens. Unfortunately, athletes, and actors and celebrities are targeted for Jose job a little bit. I it's just a sad fact of life in today's society much like terrorism and other things that you wish weren't around. But it just the way it is. But there is an interesting little twist to this story while lady on bell is preparing with the jets what, what was happening. How did the money or the jewelry exit? Well, it so the I mean, the story that came out, I believe, yesterday was that he was robbed by not his girlfriend, but by his girlfriend's girlfriends while he's away and what I like is that you'd think there might I don't know. I don't know what the actual category of girlfriend in, if we're talking about, it's a serious relationship with two at the same time. I don't know what's going on. But that you. Think there might be a little jealousy between them and maybe they wouldn't want to be around each other instead while he's gone doing his job. He was at the gym. This was on may twenty fifth love this. They are working as a duo crime team together to rob him of this jewelry. We haven't heard a lot of you know, that well, they are. That's what the story suggests. Yeah, maybe wanted to, to the associated who knows. Maybe one out the other and you don't even know where that other girls. You know, the article is, is short, and there's more to come on, but it suggests that they, they operated in unison to Seattle half more than half Hillary. It's been a while. In terms of the culture, you almost have to go back to that Charlie Sheen era, where he went crazy and had the tiger blood stuff going on when to girlfriends was in the public is, so now it's back with live. And it just us show you the dangers of it. I mean that's a lot of juggling. And sometimes you don't know when you're not there, the two ladies and same thing, I don't want to be sexist, Erica, could be the same way you could have two boyfriends or one could have two boyfriends to girl for those when you're not there. It happened there talking John Tucker must die..
"jacob bill" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Having a conversation this political world, it just doesn't wrestling with the pig. I agree with the oil you drew. But every now, and again, somebody will say something, and they and they say it would such a smugness. I know that you cannot walk away from. You believe me? I I I hate it. I hate it. But I do it all I don't wanna go back at these people because many you go back at them. You're giving them I want and the wrestling with the pig thing is what do you wrestle with a pig. Both of you will get muddy except one is going to like it. Right. And that's right. I've always said that the best thing about social media is that it gives everybody a voice. That's the worst thing about social media. Is that it gives everybody a voice, sir? You know, whatever. So anyway, what what are we talking about? Art of what we were talking about John Lennon Ziggy Marley Marl. The one artists. Okay. Let me ask. You this hiccup Dylan? I have an example of two two brothers. And you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. Tito. Oh. One chose to ride the wave of his successful father's name. And the other one did cable Jacob Dylan chose not to for whatever Jacob Dylan role. He he's Jacob Bill. He rolled away. I think musician musicians thinking of Charlie Sheen. Okay. And then Amelia Westminster decided. Who had the bigger coup who had a bigger career? Shane Amelia was in those timeless seminal eighties films, but sheen kept it going through major gene the sitcom, but forget two and a half. I mean, he was making twenty million dollars. It's a lasting. The last thing Amelia Estevez was in the guy too. The Mighty Ducks franchise. Rather be at the end of the day the one without HIV. I guess. Choose anything. I've always take. I will take the Mighty Ducks franchise. Negative that all the time. Choices at one of the HIV go without through your discounting that in their forty right? She'd had a hell of Iraq hiker blood. Sure that got him. Oh, yeah. Ninja it got him. No. Thank you on Wall Street. Oh, what a read is good. But we can say this most to take Wall Street out of the equation. What will the Charlie Sheen league? Thanks, okay. Take Wall Street league out of the state. You say what? Anything? All right. Just give me one more. Give me. Not Apocalypse Now. Platoon was he? Take that out too. Oh, okay. Take flew to. Okay. Way back. It was a really creepy far wasn't in. Was it the first day off? Yeah. Yeah. But I will say this. There was a little known film that he did with Laurence Fishburne called Kato. Oh, wow. Yeah. Pretty decent wasn't hotshots where the party. The.
"jacob bill" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"It helps us pay for severance packages for workers retraining money for the school district. Where old Cole has been. And. What's that curl in New Mexico? Yeah. District right in the four corners. Uh-huh. The last thing it does. Is it requires for all new electric generation registered apprenticeship for both union and union workers? All right Senate Bill just lost eighty nine hundred eighty nine sponsored by Mimi Stewart Jacob Candelaria, Jerry, RTC Pino and Nathan small. So this is this is the version of Jacob's Bill last year, the securitisation Bill that the died in the thirty day session in the last eight of the thirty day session to kind of for them to be able to sell bonds away to get out where PNM is not. I mean because they don't they don't have. They don't have to pay off the closing down the power plants. It's up on ratepayers that's part of the deal hundred year deal. You know, so so this Bill is going to ease out. It's going to make it easier for everybody. I would say this Bill doesn't have much at all to do with the the Bill last time around, you know, to discredit PM took an idea that comes from the environment. Mental and renewables world, and sort of filed a Bill for their own purposes. This Bill is the result of a years worth working negotiation with communities, you know, and what a lot of people don't understand is that the utility is more like a Bank, and it takes out loans. On behalf hairs, you know, basically to build this stuff, and we pay it back slowly through rate. So by taking the value remaining on an old plant that we want to retire. It's basically like refinancing your house and. What I still owe. On this house. I'm gonna pay a lower interest rate on and with those savings. I'm gonna do other things that I wanna do like severance money for workers who have power Dr St. last several decades. And so the kirtland doesn't go their schools, don't go broke. So does this include the idea from last year of selling for PM to sell bonds? Yeah. That's how it works. So basically, they are only allowed to do this. If they can demonstrate that they'll have AAA rated bonds that would be a fifty percent lower interest rates for ratepayers so ratepayers under this structure will save forty percents on what they would otherwise good. And so, you know, what we now what it also does it's not just the securitisation Bill, but it's also renewable. And so it gets us to that one hundred percent carbon-free energy by twenty forty five on par with let's California did just a few months ago. So you know, to my mind, you know, I am just I feel like there's just untold urgency with dealing with climate change. You know, I've told you about our families summer's fires and hailstorms, and we have to do this now. But at the same time, we can't just let workers, you know, fend for themselves. These folks have helped supplier homes with energy for years and years. There is no other Bill. No other piece of legislation, and certainly the PR c- cannot deal with worker in county me it's not in their purview. There's no other Bill that does any of this. And I for one will not stand for an energy transition that doesn't protect people and communities at the same time. You know, speaker he golf when asked about this at at an event journey Santa Fe's called it a collected works five six weeks ago. Speaker speaker you golfing Senate majority leader Peter worth their in a pack pack bookstore out into the street speaker. He Goff said can we all agree that there's twenty five hundred people who took jobs were not bad people who work up in San Juan county, and they need to be protected Kate. Can we all agree on that? And. Yeah, everybody now we have nothing against the workers who are working to mind or working in the power plant right now. I also it for those who. Who you know this issue? Really? Well, I do want to clarify that this Bill and securitization in no way, allow utilities to make money utilities make money when they have assets on the books, so every year PM makes sixteen million dollars on the plant. So when they pay off the plant that's off their books. The ten percent that we pay back to PM for their profits every year goes away. So they don't like taking big, you know, physical plants off their books because it means that they don't run that return. So I want people to be very clear that over the next decades Pnn will be losing money on this deal. But they have realized that it's even more expensive to keep that plant over. So at a minimum pianolas around two hundred and fifty million dollars over the. License the planned so anybody who thinks that this TNN making money is incorrect and should call me on the telephone. And we can talk about that in details. So now, go ahead. Well, so, you know, there are some who would say, well, why should PM get to pay off the plant at all. If they were making bad decisions about keeping coal open. And this year's shouldn't they have to take a loss there's dangers and utilities taking classes for our immediate climate recovery. And that is that they then have more difficulty financing new projects, and that is not a future that I'm interested in gambling on we want more renewables, you want more renewables now, and they're still does that Senate Bill four eighty nine. So Sierra Club supports it. Western resource advocates. I would imagine supports what about Mariel new energy Konami. I don't know that that's for her to talk about. The onset passes. What do you think? I think they're really good odds. You know, the governor had the players at the table, and she required. Everybody to be there. And everybody to talk about this Bill and figure it out and work things through, you know. And and I think that she is basically delivering on what she promised folks with a renewable standard and beyond. This is actually a more ambitious building she talked about in her campaign. So you know, I I will say every Bill is imperfect. You know, there are going to be issues that people will have. But you know, at the end of the day, we can play into the Trump hand where we allow the perfect to be the enemy of progress that this Bill is not just progress is still is actually visionary. I mean, you've got the I b e w union at the table saying, we support this Bill like these are the workers at the plant saying, hey, you know. We can pretend that Donald Trump is going to save coal or we can face the reality and figure something else out. There was a really good New Mexico is for children study that showed that with a four hundred fifty megawatts solar plant in the in the school district that they could replace the tax revenue that the San Lun generating station had. So the Bill does require four hundred fifty megawatts of replacement to be built in the school district because of the renewable standards in the Bill, it would be very difficult for that to be anything other than renewables, but if the utility unwisely decides to file for something else so have to go before the PSC, and we will fight them because we don't want more natural gas that will just become a stranded asset later. Yeah. I mean, natural gas cleaner, but it's not carbon neutral. It's not carbon-free nuclear is you accept. Nuclear in this deal. Well, so what the Bill does is. They clearly in saying carbon-free allow the nuclear plant to be on Intel. It is to be decommissioned. So just people understand their to utilities in the state that have twenty five percent ownership of Palo Verde nuclear plant in Arizona. And even if those two utilities left the plant would not likely shut down, but it is supposed to be decommissioned in twenty forty seven. So the Bill allows the utilities to keep on track with that decommissioning, but most experts on these old cranky nuclear plants think that closure will happen much earlier in late twenty thirty or late twenty forty or early twenty forty so our hope is that by phasing the conversation about the awful nuclear power plant in the short-term. We can get on track where we need to be with renewables and that. Technology will demonstrate where things need to go. I would like to remind people that PM just two or three years ago said, you know, over our dead body. Will we shut down the San Juan generating station and two years later, they are shutting it down in twenty twenty one. So when people look at these numbers and start worrying about what it all means. Just remember what your cell phone looks like ten years ago like things are going to change very quickly. And the time structure of this still gives us some phasing in that we can use to work things out. It's still bothers me when they when they claim credit for this idea when somehow this down power plant is still bugs because it was you the lawsuit that forced into it. That's right. I mean, we sued among other groups under the Clean Air Act. Tastes rule. Just saying look you can't ruin the Grand Canyon with your coal ash behavior. But you know, at the end of the day, Richard. I don't care who. I know I know. It is the same thing as Donald Trump taking credit for everything. Yeah. Well, you know, look, the reality is we all have kids grandkids or just wanna have nice lives of our own and we have to do something. And now it will it will not be perfect. And so it's the listener is thinking, oh, but what about, you know, a expires e you know, there are a lot of people at the table, and we're working out with a lot of different interests. But at the end of the day, you know, the governor got people there, and, you know, some senators as you mentioned also require a lot of thanks in this. And again, people are welcome to text me or call me. I'm happy to talk more about this with people. Can I can I share my phone numbers? Do please. Yeah. It's five O five seven one five eight three eight eight, and you can text me text me, I because I'm going to a meeting, and so I can't talk. Now, I am happy to walk you through every single part of the Bill for the heads up. All right. Well, thank you, Richard. Speculator Camilo five women's here club Rio Grande chapters. All right when we come back. I'll tell you about some Democrats taking money from fossil fuel companies who are on.
"jacob bill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"At one fifty or more games for eighteen straight years after Tim Duncan's retirement. Kawhi Leonard was next in the succession plan, however in the Spurs became an odd prompting a deal last summer tonight Leonard and another former spur Danny green are back in San Antonio for the first time since the blockbuster trade offs uncertain what kind of reception Leonard will get brain is looking forward to going back to his former home to go home. See my house, you know, see some friends and family, but other than that, you know, the opportunity to play good basketball, hopefully, get better individually, and as a group pickup our pace and do we've been doing and get back to the brand of basketball playing early in season. Leonard has taken well to his new home leading the raptors in scoring. He's coming off a career high forty five Toronto currently a half game out of the top spot in the east. The Spurs are playing their best basketball the season right now with wins in ten of thirteen also tonight in the NBA. Nuggets go for their fourth straight in Sacramento. The rockets won their last five and earned. Golden State Warriors trail that gets by half game for the top spot. The rockets are just three and a half games back. College action tonight. Eighteenth ranked NC state takes on Miami. Looking at match the schools best start since one thousand nine hundred seventy three seventy four season. Also, Michigan unbeaten at thirteen and will host Penn State clemson's, Dexter Lawrence will miss the national championship game it missed the semifinal as well after testing positive for a banned substance. Penn State's smile Sanders. Skipping his senior year to enter the NFL draft and Reuben foster the domestic violence charges against him have been dropped. But he remains on the Commissioner's list. Jacob Bill right here. We're going to discuss the latest NFL head coaching. Rumors. We're going to rank the best teams in the NBA and a lot more on righter than you at six eastern and three percent..
"jacob bill" Discussed on Get Up!
"You can do that thing up in a minute as on his way on this hour as well. But right now, let's take a look at LSU Miami from last night. And this one was stunningly one-sided before it started. It started number eight, Miami never twenty-five LSU bad blood pre game. We got pushing. We got shoving. We got coaches in the middle of it. Holy one. The end, though the hurricanes wouldn't put up much of a fight first quarter. We're looking at some good, offensive football from LSU running the ball right down their throat. Look at the second level blocking, and there's until long touchdown that really would set the tone in so many different ways, but this game. And then as they would continue Miami making the stakes sloppy in their season opener LSU going forward on a fourth and short, and you cannot do that. The hurricanes jumping off sides, just giving them the free way. And that would set up this defeat plays later, Joe borough, what's this kid gonna do for unless you this year? Well, maybe things like that of the uniform on the sideline, Tamar, chase, he's out of bounds at the one so that gives Nick grow, set chance to score his second touchdown of the night's second of his career LSU up seventeen three, Miami worried and it wouldn't get much better long. Yeah. I didn't see this one coming, but senior quarterback in the league. Rozier woods struggled hurricanes down twenty two, three in. The second quarter and he's picked off by Jacob Bill, returning forty, five yards for the touchdown in this defense of LSU is legit. They're real. They're going to wreak some havoc in college football this year, Todd Blackledge breaking down the blade, here's lick Rozier, saw corner blitz. That said he was gonna throw hot, but this linebacker, Jamaica Phillips is just baiting. He's not going man to man and he's not bliss. He's right under the hot route. Rozier doesn't see him. He had an open receiver out wide, but that was fading the quarterback with the corner of, let's to throw hot right into the teeth at your defense. Tough night for Rozier could have had a lot to do with his own line though. Miami has their turnover chain LSU had the turnover towel fill. It's got that one that was rolls, thirty, three to seventeen. Here's Miami head coach Mark, richt following this one. Well, we didn't win, obviously. But you know, there's been championships won by teams that have lost the first game. If you lose a game might as well be the first one people tend to kind of forget about it and we'll stay the course. I can promise you that. I mean, sometimes it feels like the end of the world, but it's really not so committed everybody was talking about, yeah, you're six, six, six and six, five and seven. And then I got here on Mike. We're really talented team like we can be really good. And you know, we made some mistakes tonight. We got a lot to Greg, but it was good start. We came to play a game and I'll I'll go with b. one or no. And that's the way we approach every game. Regardless of what's out there with people say, we believe in each other in that Rome, we prove the tonight. People at Ohio State talked about the talent, Joe borough. We saw it in action on November eighteenth of last season. Miami was ten ino- inset number two. In the full. The canes have dropped their last four cents with each loss coming by double digits, Miami, by the way, minus five in the turnover battle over that span of being plus sixteen in its previous ten. I wonder if there's a turnover chain, curse, greenie. All right. So obviously, Margaret coming from the SEC previously where they play power football and LSU did it to them last night. And Dan Orlovsky is back with us to take a closer look at that big touchdown run that really set the tone for the entire game. It did green, here's the thing. So set the table, what you're getting blitz off of an edge. Every team defensively has to have run, get protection. So one love the fact and Blackledge it this last night, Joe boroughs, the son of a coat. Yeah. So he sees this safety creep down and that's an alert. Okay. Guys telling me everybo-..
"jacob bill" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Is thicker than time attract produced by prince beautiful hey gimme gimme a favorite memory of working with prince oh oh prince favorite moment every moment with principals favorite yeah you know and he he would tickle me a lot he favorite one favorite wouldn't we were he was doing a special on on a tv dorms better and he asked 'cause you know he had maybe this do you think your father will say on your i feel yeah pop saying and ended up singing and playing on so when you did this special this particular song was one that pops thing vo party to be there in hurson like a stew like that pop sitting on stu just picking on his guitar prince gone by at up you going to sing the nigeria proper what you call me by the nigerian if you broke out and ran and that's from what did you call me he came back he said junior and you say you gotta let me catch you you know that was fun yeah call me junior and he had been called no probably old enough be grandpa trice and you're on them junior but he was comical like that he would you know you would do you keep your laughing but she he he told me one time my sister yvonne my sister just passed she was always with me you know and mostly prints talk to her instead of me he's a longtime he just wouldn't talk to me you know go three von but if we would do melody cool any von had seen this wine cellar that he had the basement and we had to birth i want to wind so he called allen allen come in here come in here get some line and some glasses from the yvonne wants mine when you why he poured him gland put yvonna glands put him glass i gave him my glass you can't have any males you can have you've got to sing it was lucky seeing that been a ballot i would have given them a little trouble right but the song which fast so i really didn't eat at why yeah you didn't he was right he was he was right i wanna play another song listen bad based devil walking side by side carbon gotta go we can't pay you no free jacob bill now with the middle right on massive i can die now i can die now i can i i can't that was good help me i don't stay up no problem at all right i'm real cheap come down i'm calling okay maybe that's you in the ban on the last waltz do in the way yet we got a got a good story about back then man goes do about lebron the von on him the drummer on him von impossible partners and so they would do things away from the rest of us look shows they own but at one point we had a little break doing away and leave in mcdonagh's drums and pop go right to leave on were policy leave on manual can to cigarettes once his security is cigarettes going to say but see he's the only one ever called by his first name leave on what was his first real book robot yeah robot bob staples wealthy and leave on the robot i wrote about you gotta try just one different cigarettes and men are wounded that met aro bug you're missing out he was oh it was funny leon in popped for come together yeah but yep he amy his daughter amy how i opted amy when she was little baby look here but now leave all coldly on the coach garage and so we wanted to hersal song and leave on his he didn't he didn't want to go in to your where his drums were so amy's little baby hit they called him the mayor yvonne's may recall them the mayor of course he's really he bosses everything right but leave on got on this baby's draw a tiny drummed tiny drum kit and it was something that you know i do when he drove it and it was so fun on may i don't mind i'm just kristen for may yeah there was some funny town but that other little danko he was defining rick danko ankle keep you he would just do just crazy stuff you know just jump around and get in your face and make faces he was.
"jacob bill" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!
"No. I'm going to do. Trashier my. Big time. We'll have spoken trash. It. It's my earn field. Okay. Let's see. You know what. Since the vibe is in the air for the adventures, the first ventures movie saw it in the theater four times. Oh, my that movie was killer. And the cool thing was. Like, anytime I go to behead just all the vendors you want go Gan like, Yup, so saw four times a great movie. Now wrong. You know what? We'll just rewind the show where you. I love. Vigil was a marvel breakout to me. Okay. I mean, Joe only see at once we once what was tell. Tell in either see once. So much dip like you had to overload avengers, like I just wanted to see which way AMIS. Well, I wanted to see the hulk seen again. I couldn't believe how cool they did the computer. Did it amazing and. There was just so much to that, you know, and I watched it a couple times on DVD after that too. It's a great movie may be everything I go where, yeah, you're super smart smarter than me. Thanks a lot. Jego become books, man. You've been well a world. Yeah, you know what? I'm kinda glad all seriousness with all these superhero movies. I was into more into Spiderman and superman as a kid. So I'm glad with all these superhero movies I'm watching now. I was out mowing man. When I was kid. I like bam into. I'm glad that I didn't really vendors comics or anything. 'cause blouse people go come out of the movie pissed off because they don't go. Yeah, you pose going to come almost like ready player. One. I was good movie, not like the book. You know what I'm saying? Okay. Like I said, but you should. So I'm gonna go ahead and keep it. Like I said, so I'm gonna have to trash it. What I'm not gonna go back around, watch their move. Okay, trashing it on the basis of going to the theater twice going to watch it beg to beg, like, come on, just blow it up. Then. Move, but dynamite, kill it. Thang Jego keeping the real. Got a devil complex, whatever Jego. What is your next double take treasured or keep it addition. Okay. My. Can you please. You please? Stop loser? Okay. Okay. Little girl. Get outta here. Okay, go ahead. Jacob Bill. Okay. Yeah. I'm going to go with training day training day Denzel, Washington awash. You know what? I never saw that one. So we got a new part to trash, keep it. Once you're done telling us about the movie, I'm gonna decide whether I'm gonna watch it or burn it. Go ahead Jego. Yeah, he's a sucker bone day, but. Try today about this corrupt cop. Okay. Getting his rookie disown the roads. I guess the rugged wanna make the take. He'll be out whatever Gotcha. The guy is so crooked that the rookie wanna to take him down then because he's still in money. He's killing people, you know, dizzy watching them play. Probably his first time saying Dennis Wise it as a bad guy and ultimate, he like evil appeal. Okay. Or even Thanos. No then. Okay. Okay. I mean he just played a bad cop man, like it was a different role for him. You know, you see the wise to try it. Yeah, not sleazebag. They wasn't this. So trying to day was plus you wanna ask trying today, why? I do not know Hollywood. You have got the gain wrong why? But it was getting up for you to go back to the theater and pay more money to see it. Again. It was. Plus I snuck in tau combo on. Doing well when begging they got to clean up. I went begging their bull. No lie. All right. So treasured or keep it acid. Some keeping asking, you said. And you know what? I'm not going to watch that movie, why? No. Give me one reason. You ain't watch the movie. Don't like Denzel Washington. Oh, I just don't. Why not? Everybody loved his ill now me. Okay. Man, not me. I'm going to burn it. Did you burn thought at the one that was a multi cocktail just throw. Throat. Burn it. All right. So my go, my go. Real jerk. Man. I am. I. Wash, sorry. This practice. Okay. All right. So here's mine. I'm fully ready to get made fun of and I'm and I'm totally ready to hear that. You didn't see this movie. The first chronicles narnia. The first one. Okay. Okay. Saw in the theater. Great movie and then salt with my wife and then went back with her family and my family watched it. Just a a really solid movie off of a kids book that I really liked by CS Lewis line, which in the wardrobe.
"jacob bill" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Two students were injured and the gunman also a student was killed an entire community of parents students teachers and faculty has been shaken by this violence if it had not been for the courage and quick action of the school resource officer blamed gaskill and local law enforcement the casualties might have been far far greater blamed gaskill was a hero as the teacher students and other school personnel jim cameron the sheriff of saint mary's county and the sheriff's office which playing gaskill was a member responded exactly as they had practice efficient and effective and caring kathy o'brien who heads up a place called walden in our county and rinse southern maryland was the on site just within an hour dealing with the crisis in the mental health challenges caused president jacob bill made sure the school responded effectively superintendent of schools dr james smith had made sure that the school would act in a way that was appropriate we thank all of them but mr speaker our nation is suffering from a crisis of gun violence it is schools places of worship entertainment venues city streets and other places where a lot of people congregate no other industrialized society or nation faces such crisis and that's because in america are laws allow almost anybody to access dangerous firearms almost no questions asked from the house floor earlier today the house democratic whip linda congressman steny hoyer and it was reported late today that austin rollins obtained the gun from his father his father legally owned the handgun that from the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms on capitol hill the trump administration looking at tariffs and investment restrictions as a way to pressure china to strengthen protection of american intellectual property that's the word from the us trade representative robert lighthizer testifying before the house ways and means committee with renewed concerns that the president's tariffs would create a new trade war we begin with a portion of his opening statement i i would like to draw the attention to the fact that this year the trade deficit in goods and services rose to five hundred and sixty five billion dollars in goods alone it was eighty one eight hundred and eleven billion dollars.
"jacob bill" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Interesting uh am the butter was like those studies rely round where you had interested individuals who went out um made it happen as opposed to old people ceo says a big conspiracy your head and move on lap uh i think after a member of uh you know what we estimated by ten percent of the adult population have seen what they believe foul and those numbers are true i love department of defense when the us government in general so you have many people will personal experiences talk about experiences doria had in brazil in just a second but let's take some calls while they come in here patrick in new york welcome to the program patrick go ahead oh you are hearing julia program on live saying that actually impact you paint job anyway yeah um to win things that they want to hold up i know you have so many callers so uh one thing um the uh dmt the guy methyl shift to mean as far as i understand it is that uh what happens with the iowa cska is the israeli it's a walker for uh things that are going through the rain chemicals and then it just it stops that it it's an anti blocker and it opens up those uh pathways in allows the brain uh had to go in that space for a while because there's that and then the other thing is if you wanna comment on is what always the what you've talked earlier about the woman who saw the ufo hovering over in and what i i am always amazed that people can say they saw you up over three four or five six minutes but nobody seems to be able to uh grabbed their cell phone or a camera or anything and uh get a photo uh a realistic although of anything like that and i just i just wonder about that these things because if he laughed so long in a put you off all they can described as twenty feet at frost in the know stepped down and so on and so forth but nobody kerosene be get a realistic picture of these things some of them do not all of them some people are the rich shock to mood will realise scrub iphone take a picture do that jacob bill.
"jacob bill" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Relations and as commander in chief correspondent can warm and reporting the fbi's in the midst of a massive audit of terrorism related inquiries in the wake of deadly attacks like the nightclub shooting in orlando correspondent eric tucker reports the massive review comes after several attacks by people who had been looked at by the fbi but who's assessments were closed involved in kid a bureau fifty six killed off the very expensive and they're literally had a gallison go typically a common and i'll go more than ten thousand are actually formerly looked at it comes in the wake of acts of violence by individuals one point while the fbi's radar but determined at the time to not pose any sort of we're not erected and then subsequently committed acts of violence that the situation in orlando florida with the bombing occurred in new york of you heard me and then with the shooting that happened at the airport in fort lauderdale most recently two inmates already serving life sentences in columbia south carolina prison or facing new charges after four inmates were killed jacob and didn't burst in order to make him and plead guilty back in two thousand and killed a woman in power and county south carolina took her debit card went out but once you got the and then went and picked up her thirteen year old son from school mood shot and killed down the second in may jacob bill authorities say he strangled a woman in her eight year old daughter to death they were in a relationship with the top news and analysis at town hall dot com i'm rhonda roster we take care of your most precious possession.