35 Burst results for "James He"
Be Problem Solvers, Not Problem Causers
"I'm trying to understand that sentiment because when I listen to, you know, I used to listen to people. It's a guy named James T Harris. He has a show with conservative circus. I listened to James C Harris and I used to be upset with James T Harris because he used to always go after Barack Obama. But then when I started to consider that what he was actually saying and I began to grow mentally from my whole mentality of I have to be a Democrat, I had to be a Democrat, I started to really see that, well, maybe, you know, the stuff he's saying is making sense. Now, some of it may be hard some of it, I may not like, but is it the truth or is it not the truth? And for me, you know, what's happening is you're hearing from conservatives are response to liberals. They're out here in the ether and all they do is complain about victimhood. All the black and brown person is oppressed. The people who are in political positions on the liberal side, they're always complaining, they're always bashing white people, they're always crying about racism, racism, racism. They say they need to defund the police, police are out here attacking black people. And then you hear somebody on the other side, which is in the conservative on the conservative side as a black man, you get sick of that stuff.
Bill O'Reilly Unloads on Democrats Ahead of Midterms
"Your opinion on how the current how the midterm landscape is shaping up? Well, I'm a simple man, as you know, Charlie, right? A simple man. Two years ago today, America had the most vibrant economy on earth. On earth. Now, our economy is a shambles. And people have to make a living, our paying much, much more for the basic necessities of life. One party did that. The Democratic Party. That's it. Now I'm not a party guy. I mean, registered independent. I follow everybody. I watch everybody. I can't imagine and I'm not being supercilious word of the day. Supercilious. I can't imagine any American pulling the lever for a Democrat. If you do that, you're voting for an even worse economy, an even worse border problem. Even more violent crime, you're voting for all of that. Is that what you really want? Is that help you? So I can't imagine the Democrats get any votes. No votes. This is these two years of President Biden. And I hope your viewers enlisted to go to Bill O'Reilly dot com because we fact based it out. We're not ideologues or emotion or anything. It's just fact based. Next to James, if you can, and the president before Abraham Lincoln, who basically stoked the Civil War. Biden's been a worst president's first two years in history.
How Charlie Ended Up on the Government Enemy List
"The story from just the news dot com that we have been focusing on is just extraordinary. This organization that was in charge of this should be investigated by the new Congress. It's unbelievable if we're able to take back the house which I believe we will. Targeting voices and organizations that they don't like. Silencing and censoring them, it really makes you believe. It really makes you pegs the question. How many seats in the Senate? How many seats in the House of Representatives? How many governors mansions would we control if we had a fair fight? If we had a fair fight against the left, what would the country look like? Maybe this is one of the reasons why they have felt so confident going into these midterms. Maybe this is why they don't slow down and they're driving us off a cliff. Inflation open borders, how many other tricks do they have up their sleeve? From manipulating our elections to interfering directly into the discourse of the country. We saw it firsthand, we have the evidence we have the goods, I think our lawsuit would be very compelling. We have damages and we have direct off a cliff engagement on multiple social media sites and now we know why. The Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency and the State Department inexcusably targeted my own social media. Right here, I'm a threat to the regime allegedly, supposedly I'm such a threat to the federal government because I ask questions about an election because we call out the nonsense of what's happening in the federal government, there's a list of us together, as I've mentioned, James Woods, James O'Keefe, Rick grinnell, Breitbart News, Eric Trump, gateway pundit Donald Trump Jr., all of us together being suppressed and silence, millions of times.
John Solomon Discovered a List of Government Enemies Including Charlie
"The private consortium that reported election misinformation to tech platforms during the 2020 election season was in consultation with federal agencies, targeting several news organizations and its dragnet. So essentially, we have a third party allegedly a third party that exists to censor people that they don't like, such as James Woods, gateway pundit Donald Trump Jr., Tom finton, Jack posobiec. Myself, Mark Levin. James O'Keefe, Rick grinnell, Breitbart News, Sean Hannity. So the federal government pays this outside company to then censor voices they don't like. John Solomon joins us right now. John, how are you doing? I'm well. How are you? Great. Congratulations on this story. So walk us through it and we'll go from there. Enemies list. So the federal government is paying third party companies to silence voices they don't like including myself. Yeah, so in the 20 20 election, it was done free of charge. This consortium called the election integrity partnership, which was a couple of university couple of liberal groups. They did it on their own, but they created a system where the federal government could actually file a ticket like it was a concierge desk and you could politics saying I want this URL, these tweet censored and then this group would go out, be the intermediary, the third party that would go out and do the work on behalf of the government. After the election, the members of this consortium, the four private members, they all got grants and contracts from the new incoming Biden administration. So you see a reward for having done it. The breadth of censorship is absolutely jaw dropping.
The Men Who Can Put Trump Away Need to Back the Women Charging Him
"Put on the legal analyst hat and then we understand there's that we need to do this in the appropriate way and that's where I'm saying you got to come at this guy from all vectors. And the things that people are doing, some people, at least, are completely appropriate. The Tisch James lawsuit completely appropriate. The January 6th committee has been completely on point to this point and I expect this week to be even more even more interesting, right? There are law enforcement officials who are doing what needs to be done, it's just I don't want to make it as it's not as simple as this, but it's just like it's the women who are doing it. It's like the guys who are letting us down, right? Like when it comes to actual prosecution and actual jail time, it's not up to tish James. It's up to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, who seems to be afraid of Donald Trump. That's the best. That's the nicest way I can put it. Right? We did seem to wake him from his nap. Welcome from his nap though, right? He was like, what? Oh, no, I'm working. I'm totally doing something though. He's not. He's not, he should have been with Tisch James when she is leaning out civil charges. He should have been laying out criminal charges at the same time, but he's trying to get away. He's trying to avoid taking on the big bear, right? Yeah. We don't need just Zoe lofgren and Liz Cheney on the January 6th committee who are doing great. And we need Merrick Garland. Yeah. We don't need basically at this point Cassidy Hutchinson to have the biggest cajones in Washington, D.C., we need Merrick Garland to back her up at some point. So at some point you got the people with the power to put this man in jail, have to step up to the plate. The people with the power to charge him civilly to explain the nature of his many, many, many, many crimes. They seem to be on the wall and doing the job.
China dismisses complaints over quarantining US diplomats
"China's dismissed complaints from two Congress members over the quarantining of American diplomats and their family members under the country's strict COVID-19 regulations The foreign ministry says China adopts a science based and effective epidemic prevention protocol for both Chinese and foreigners coming to China without discrimination and regardless of their status all U.S. visitors accepted China's epidemic policies including post entry medical observation and health monitoring Republicans James comer of Kentucky and Michael T McCall of Texas have written to Secretary of State Antony Blinken asking for clarification on the quarantining of American diplomats and family members by the People's Republic of China I'm Charles De Ledesma
Fort Myers resident documents the hurricane damage
"Peers homes and businesses have been heavily damaged or destroyed by hurricane Ian in Florida I think I'm out of Florida James burdett thought he would be safe in his north Fort Myers home but at the height of hurricane Ian he had to find shelter in the neighbor's brick house across the street I literally watched my house disappear With everything Burdett adds all he could do was watch Things starting to fly Luna and I went off part of the roof went off The rest of the roof went off the walls caved in And the picture would I have left He says after losing everything he just wants out of the state and find a place
James Rosen: Sources Report Similar Scenes of Disorientation by Biden
"What to do in the First Lady and this is not the first time that's happened, he always just looks confused when he's up on that stage. Any idea what's going on there? Look, I've spoken with sources inside the administration who report similar scenes of disorientation on the part of the president in various settings. And some of these have been visible to the public. I think there's been two different occasions where the president has sought to shake hands with people who are not standing there. And The White House, we should point out, always responds to any inquiries along these lines. And to my knowledge, I am the only reporter who has put such an inquiry directly to President Biden himself back in January. His aides always respond to increase along these lines by saying that the president is fully robust and engaged and that there is no issue. With his cognitive faculties, but scenes like yesterday's are not good optics for the president. In terms of reassuring Americans about that issue. And to the extent that Americans are concerned about it is manifest in the poll that I asked the president about back in January of this year, which ran in Politico, it was a Politico morning consult poll that found 49% of American voters disagreeing with the statement Joe Biden is mentally fit. The same poll found not even a majority of Democrats willing strongly to affirm that statement. And so when events like these occur, I think they add to that perception that was reflected in that polling data. And when The White House crafts responses that are distinctly unsatisfactory to any sentient listener, I think they inadvertently wind up stoking that perception.
James Rosen Surprised by Karine Jean-Pierre's Lackluster Defense
"James, I want to go back to yesterday. We were playing some of the audio a lot of the audio, were you surprised that other reporters were asking questions about that big gap involving the late congresswoman walrus? No, I think it was a market moment. And I don't think that the repertoire instincts of any reporter who's accredited by The White House correspondents association who sits in that room every day would fail to be aroused by a moment like that. So I'm not surprised that it was a focus of sustained questioning. I was surprised that The White House communications team thought that the answer crafted for Korean Jean Pierre to issue which she did with metronomic repetition that the late congresswoman Jackie willow ski was top of mind for the president. She was simply top of mind. And that's understandable that she might be top of mind. I think that was surprising that the communications team thought that that would suffice. Frankly, the other path available to the communications team and to Colleen Jean Pierre was simply to say that the president was spoke. He regrets that error. And that all of us sometimes laps in this age of digital sensory overload. And I think that would have let the oxygen out of that issue early on.
The Age of Rebelllion
"Why did it Sullivan have Elvis Presley on? Ratings, even back then, television ratings were the God and the industry. And he was the hot recording artist. But Sullivan was nervous. And told his crew, do not photograph, do not shoot with the television camera below Presley's waist because he's writhing around in girls or screaming. So it was for the waist up when Elvis saying hound dog, it didn't matter. He was so different, so compelling, so charismatic. And the country was ready. For a different point of view. And then the age of many rebellion came in. James Dean, the greasers, the whole 60s thing that we all know. 1964, Lennon and The Beatles did the same thing over a longer period of time.
Show the Same Contempt for Trump That He Shows for the Law
"Yeah, you say it's not just the Trump's gotten away with so much to run his life. How many regular working in middle class diffs does he have to over before the rest understand they're being conned? How did it take so long for some entity in New York to seriously go after his entire ass and why do they always stop short of actually arresting someone who's blatantly flouted the law I'm honestly pissed as hell at Cyrus Vance and every AG and DA who allowed Trump and his children to remain free as over to F over more people. You said, right, and she could be so brazen in her contempt for Trump because Trump's been so brazen in his contempt for the law when you're talking about letitia James. Her job is enforcing the law. So sure, someone like Trump is going to piss her off. So, you know, somebody in the, I love this whole thing of like, oh, you know, we don't want we don't want letitia James running for office saying she's going to go after Trump. I don't know if somebody ran for sheriff in the old west and said, I'm going to get that Jesse James. Everybody be like hell yeah. Let's get Jesse James.
Dan Balz Explains What Biden's Low Approval Means for Democrats
"Joe Biden at 39% approval. What does that mean? Historically, in the first off year of a presidency, Dan balz. Well, historically, it means that his party is going to take a pretty big beating in the election. If you're that far under 50 historically, your party can suffer some significant losses. I would say two things about that, one is that I think we're in an era when presidents in general and politicians in general are more likely to be or as likely to be underwater with their approval rating as above water. We're just in a period in which people are sour about president. So I think you have to you have to keep that in mind. It doesn't negate the fact that he's well underwater. The second is that, you know, as the poll shows, this is an election in which they're kind of, you know, cross currents operating and there's no question that inflation is a dominant issue. Crime is an issue that the Republicans are trying to make a dominant issue. And all of that argues in favor of the Republicans, but the abortion issue, the Dobbs decision has clearly energized a part of the democratic base and so I think we're looking at election in which figuring out exactly who's going to turn out, it may be a little bit trickier.
Adm. James Stavridis: We Must Take Putin's Nuclear Threats Seriously
"What kind of scenario do you envision Putin actually using a weapon of mass destruction? Well, first of all, we've got to take it seriously. He's someone who has often followed through on what he threatened to do. He's been at pains to tell us he's not bluffing the low to mirror zelensky, who knows him quite well in a study them for years, believes he is not bluffing. So a, we got to take his threat seriously. B, I think it's unlikely my own assessment that he would choose to certainly reach for the lever to a nuclear apocalypse. He's not going to launch a massive strategic nuclear attack because he knows that would end up with his own death and destruction of Russia. And as much as I dislike Vladimir Putin, my assessment is, he truly loves his country. So he's not going to go for a massive strategic attack. Well, that brings us to see how would he use perhaps a smaller size so called tactical nuclear weapon. I think one of two ways. So you could use it as a demonstration out in relatively uninhabited territories in Ukraine. You know, it's a big in many places empty country. You could do a demonstration strike and say, hey, the next one goes to key. Or he could use it against us significant tactical formation of the Ukrainian military, probably taking out a significant chunk of infrastructure inside. Both of those are horrific. The question is, how do we deter him from doing that? I think the administration is doing everything possible, which is a to talk about it to shine a light on to move it into the conversation because it'll help if you will swing votes in the relatively unaligned parts of the world. India, South Africa, Brazil, Nigeria, this big world in the south, which is still kind of playing the ball down the middle. And then secondly, tell Putin very specifically, hey, if you use a nuke of any size at all, we're going to enter this war. We're putting up a no fly zone. We're going to attack Russian troops. We're going to sink the Black Sea fleet. We've got a lot of conventional options. And we also say to Putin cyber will come back to you in the cyber world. So apologize for the length of the answer, but it's a pretty important question to you.
The Lessons of History Spell Biden's Downfall Says Byron York
"Sometimes the best question when it's as complicated a situation, it's just what's top of your mind right now. What do you think is going on? Well, the thing I'm thinking about right now is midterms and the lessons of history, whether lessons of history work until they don't. And the reason I was thinking about this, you've been talking about this ABC Washington Post poll. Right. It's done by Langer research. And they included a note in their analysis that went along with the poll. And it was about the midterms and Joe Biden. Now, the poll shows that Joe Biden is dragging his party down. Java approval rating 39%, just 35% of Democrats said they wanted to run in 2024. So the analysis says each election has its own dynamic. That's the CYA sentence there. But in midterm elections since 1946, when a president has had more than 50% job approval, his party lost an average of 14 seat that's even when they're above 50%, they tend to lose a number of seats. When the president's approval rating has been less than 50% as Biden's is by a considerable margin now, his party has lost an average of 37 seats. Now the argument for Democrats right now is that our condition today is just so different that this historical lesson does not apply. My feeling is that it probably does. On the other hand, I do remember, as I'm sure you do, the blue wall, which was this group of states that had voted Democrat for president in all 6 elections between 1992 and 2012. And the idea was that in 2016, with Donald Trump running, they would vote Democrat again, like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan. And they didn't.
Are Polls Light on Republican Numbers Vs a Beleaguered White House?
"You just some headlines why I think The White House is believed. Remember voting has begun America in Minnesota and Virginia. I believe a few other places Dow industrials fall into bear market. Blue chip index declines 330 points at 5th straight day down, CBI, White House plan to relieve student loan debt costs 400 billion. That is a Washington Post. It's repeated in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal 400 billion, 400 billion, 400 billion. So inflation, they're just throwing 400 billion onto the fire. You know, David, I understand that the average of the polls appealed to some. But they had a Trafalgar without last night saying they still, we still pulling still did not get the Trump voter. They do not get rural Americans. They don't participate. I think these numbers are low for Republican turnout. And if I'm right, just indulge me. What's that mean if the pollsters are undercutting Republicans at this point? Well, look, the pollsters are under county Republicans, obviously, it's going to be a very good day versus just a good day for Republicans, right? I mean, if they're undercounting Republicans, then we could still be in a massive wage scenario. What I would caution about the undercounting of Republicans, which has been a thing in 2016 and in some polls in 2020, is this the 2018 midterm election polling was pretty darn good and pretty accurate. It showed us Republicans we're going to gain a couple of Senate seats on net, but also lose a couple of Senate seats. It showed us the Democrats were going to gain about 40 or so House seats and they did. And so some of this is a Trump phenomenon thing when Trump is on the ballot. But even in 20 with some massive polling misfires, it still showed us accurately that Arizona and Georgia were competitive competitive in a way they had not been previously. And even when you look at the 2016 polling, the underlying polling for House races in that cycle was all correct, which is why some people were able to understand that there was a good possibility Trump was going to win even when a lot of people didn't think he wouldn't. So sometimes they were pulling misfires that's something to consider. I think sometimes people lean on that too much when trying to game out. In other words, predict what's going to happen several weeks from now.
Judge held homerless, still at 60, Jays beat Yankees in 10th
"Vladimir Guerrero junior single to left from home captain biggio from second as to rebel's magic number to clinch a wild card spot is now three Speaking through a translator Guerrero junior says it's a confident James team heading into the final week of the regular season We're not afraid to fail I mean we're having fun right now And so I mean we just thinking the most since the first year trying to go in that game and just having fun For John G finished one for 5 of the night his low hit coming in the first inning a single the right field The last that the Yankees 7 game winning streak John Leatherman to run
Gavin Newsom Won't Come Onto the Mark Levin Show
"This guy Gavin Newsom will not come on the program He will not come on the program any more than letitia James will come on the program But he will not come on this program We are heard in every corner of California Literally Every corner of California And you would think he'd want to come on and kind of whip my ass debating me and show that people of California just how smart he is But he won't I'm not running for anything I'm just a right winger AKA constitutional conservative But I have all this stuff that he's been doing in front of me in a big folder This is from Fox News Paul best California residents can now acquire a state ID regardless of immigration status under a law signed by governor Gavin Newsom on Friday Now why did he do this Because they like fraudulent voting
Allison Gill: Justice Is Coming for Trump
"You said many were worried the judge cannon and Donald could delay the DoJ classified documents investigation for months as it turns out the delay lasted 16 days. Happy Saturday, that was happy floppy. And I retweeted. Yeah. I have said this before Allison. We just had our mutual our shared hunk, Glen kirshner. On Friday. And I really do feel like justice is coming. And I don't know which front and maybe all of them and when, but it certainly is there is a lot, as you always point out, for all the people saying nothing's happening, nothing's happening. A lot's been happening. Yeah, quite particularly that the hammer that tis James brought down in 222 pages of a lawsuit against Trump and his crotch goblins. And I'm exceedingly excited about that one because that, honestly, I mean, if he gets indicted, yeah, he should be indicted. We need accountability. We need rule of law in this country. But you know, he'll get like three to 8 years, maybe, and because, you know, he doesn't have a criminal history, believe it or not, he doesn't have a rap sheet. And he probably won't go to jail, jail, he'll probably be on home confinement so he can continue to have a Secret Service. This New York attorney general Tisch James lawsuit is what will break him.
"james he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"james he" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"We before we go to James O'Keefe. Oh, we want to say miracle Monday. Oh, yeah. JPMorgan. Ladies and gentlemen, this is one of the greatest philosophers in America. JPMorgan distinguished Professor of philosophy at Talbot in California. He's a really big deal. And he's written a book about miracles. When a guy like that writes a book about miracles, you really want to pay attention. And I say off camera, he was just praising you up up one side and down the other. He likes you. That, yeah, hearing that kind of an encouraging sentiment from someone like him is stunning to me. I really was I was thrilled. I wouldn't have expected that he was aware of me, but he said really kind things. I want to say this weekend I'm speaking at a church. It's called the road in Chapel Hill, which is basically Colorado Springs. So this weekend, Sunday morning, I'm speaking at both services in Colorado Springs chapel. They'll be signing books. So if you can get there, I'd love to meet you. And sign a book or books or whatever take a picture, whatever people want to do. It's a real, it's such a blessing for me. People don't understand what a blessing is to meet people that have appreciated my books or whatever. It means a lot to me. So thank you whenever you do show up if you can show up for doing that waiting in line. I want to say again, I think we mentioned this yesterday. Speaking of heroes, Mike lindell, okay? Minnesota bank and trust, which is the division of heartland financial. I just want to be clear. If you've read my Bonham for book, you see how they marginalize the Jews. How they did it, step by step. They don't come out of the Woods and say, hey, I'm serving the devil. Let me kill you. No, no, no. They say, we have reasons, because we want to protect the German people from the harmful Jews. We know that the Jews caused us to lose World War I. And we're just trying to, you know, trying to keep things racially pure. And so we're going to enact laws. But we're going to do it one little law at a time. Just, you know, we're just going to we're just going to shut things down for two weeks to flatten the curve. And you can go along with that, can't you? So just go along with that. And if two weeks turns into two months turns into two years, you know what? We weren't going to tell you that up front, even though we might have known. And by the way, don't forget, don't forget to get your 59 booster shot because we want to track you. So much crazy stuff is happening out there that when they did this to Mike lindell, I thought, this is next level, because this is a bank, saying, we will not let you bank with us. We hate you so much that we're going to do that. So this is Minnesota bank and trust, a division of heartland, financial. We'll follow up on this with Mike himself. But I just want you to track. This is ugly folks. This is very, very ugly. By the way, we should remind you, go to my pillow dot com and my store dot com use the code Eric. Please do that. And Alvin, we should also talk about shop metaxas dot com. These are Tiffany emails, too many things for people to remember. But Chapman taxes dot com. You can see it at our radio website, metaxas talk dot com, right? Because my website is Eric metaxas dot com. The radio website is metaxas talk dot com. They are listing my two books, fish out of water in his 80s and dead, hardcover books, or just books, expensive books. You can get both books for 34.99, both books are autographed. Trust me when I tell you, that is an amazing deal. I don't know how they're doing this, or if I make a dime on this, but if you go to metaxas talk dot com, you can get autographed copies of both books. I wish they'd done this before Christmas for 34.99. We're just about out of time, Alvin. Final statement, ladies and gentlemen, definitely go to my website, Eric metaxas dot com. Definitely sign up for the newsletter. Please tell your Friends, sign up your friends because we have so many amazing interviews and we want to get to all of them. Okay, we're at a time. We'll be right back..
"james he" Discussed on RunPod
"Make sure you don't overdo it and make sure you rest as well rested. Thing amazing brilliant. Thank you so much for that at before. Let you go though you have to do. The run poured quickfire rain. Which will allow you a member of the goods are you. Are you ready to go. Tell ready contenders these contender ready. Okay here we go. Are you ready of trainers. Do you wear to run. I beat us k at. What's your preferred time of day mornings mornings. Okay where's your favorite place to go for women park. That's where i would go. Yeah very nice indeed. And how would you describe an when would you get a runner's high the end yeah is high right at the end so really when of walton and not drink and you just starts when i would get the high. Could you tell me why do you love. Running is the feeling really. It's the the feeding it gives me. I don't really do it to burn calories all work on exercise at the reason. Why run is more just because of the you fauria. That gives me an also about that. Cardiovascular work in the heart and lungs not just the rest of the body had gray answer and james crossley. Thank you so much. You're officially part of the run poor drunk club. So thank you for that and if you are still running at wait till you get into these people late on the pavement now and yeah good. Enjoy your run and james. Thank you so much..
"james he" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Makes me murders. Successful is being able to tap into a certain need. That has that. That's being unfulfilled. Like i've i've reached a level of popularity in primarily in both the spiritual and the creative communities and it's because people don't have as many traditional ways of learning about how to deepen their spiritual practice. I mean there's a million ways but you know. When i was learning that myself i was going to yoga classes. I was going to the reuben. Gallery new york city to watch to hear speakers lecturers and a lot of those real world. Things have been shut down so people are looking for people that can not quite speak for them but just that they can resonate with that gives them a voice when and how a meam platform can grow is. It's all about sharing it. So as soon as i need things that other people shared doubts when my own account grew and they're sharing it because it resonates a thought they had and if you can have a an idea or a thought that resonates with a bunch of people they're just gonna share it themselves because you're speaking for them so it's really about not representing community but at least being able to speak the language of a community and it's so important because all of our communities are fragmented so that's the most important thing is like mrs with all our to let people often say with a novelist go deep into your own. Experiences share them and express them it. You might think that your own experiences won't be relevant other people. But i think we under underestimate the importance of the collective unconscious and what that is and. I think that i'm going through. Something feels deeply well in in in some weird way were all connected device. Share something that. I'm going through without without fail.
"james he" Discussed on SmartLess
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What's ladder so ladder is a supplement is a powder form supplement. That you put into water has electrolytes we also have Like pre and post workouts. So what happened was the two thousand twelve by caught cramps during the nba. Finals and my legs. I could not get the cramp route. So i was able to work with some Scientists from harvard and other institutions. Able to find all organic product that helps out with electrolytes and to the system faster and it stopped. I haven't had haven't had that problem and nine years. After i want some of that we have to. You guys got it recorded here. I'm going to you guys love that. Lebron i wanna know like you know everybody associated with the obvious things that we see the talent and basketball the talent on the screen when you decide to address what is the thing that would be so surprised. Like would i ever find you at the hollywood bowl. Listening to some classical music was funny that you say that i love classical music like if you if you were to happen to pull up on a side and be when. I'm not in the dark dark car you could catch me out of light. Listen and says some old beethoven mozart. Come on that's as opposed to the new ones. I'm fully. i'm fully addicted to that stuff. And so shaun. Shaun classically trained pianist. Right yeah And that's cool. I love that now. Are you ever listening to classical music on your headphones. As you're getting ready to play or you listen to something. That's that gets gets a blood flow in a little bit more now listening to some get the blood flow a little bit more for sure for sure and that changes each game or is there like a to that. If you you need to really get it going like who is it. You wanna share it. It's not it's like it changes. It's not going to you know you know. I'm listening to a lot of like hardcore hip hop you know it could be like the wu tang or it'd be like You know some some some early diem eggs some nwea you know. I wanna get into a real or even like eminem like when he was doing his thing like a high level too. So like you know. Tap into a to a whole 'nother. I'm not the father at home with the kids. Lebron when tap into that mode. I'm ready for war. War should listen to our podcast before the game. Coming in give you the fighting spirit. Tell us a little bit about about space jam before we before we let you go. You've been very generous with your time. But i'm very very curious about about this because that's that was a great first film this this this one is Pick up where it left off. How is it. How's it different than what is different First of all totally different from the first one that came out twenty five years ago. But i was very intimidated just from when i got when a script came to me and i'll set it on my desk. I was very intimidated. Because i understand you know the legacy behind the first one. I know i was. I was one that was like at all of it. I was twelve years old or eleven when it first came out and love the looney tunes. Obviously my ass for michael jordan is out of his world so very intimidated. But i was able to get myself to a point where i was like. I wanna i wanna do this. I felt like you know the space jam. Legacy is so iconic is so great. I wanted to be a part of the legacy and obviously the movie is now called. A legacy is kind of how about but We were able to. I worked with a great director of malcolm. Lee don cheetos is in a film as well opera. He's so i love him. He's helped me out a lot when we're all set but i just dove into it. I gave everything to all that green screen. And all that. I need you to look over here and just trust later. We're gonna we're gonna paint in a little character. You gotta look at like a little stand with an x. On it it's like working with just a nightmare right sean. Or the green screen. Green screen gives more. It was a nightmare the first few weeks. Of course it's weird right it so he's super weird because they're like no no no you're you're you're you have to be looking up so is that was that like a three picture deal or we're going to see how the first one goes or what did you do. Is it just the one. no no. it was just the one But i mean. Let's i'll be hearing so much about people's reaction to a so far. It has actually seen a movie so far screen. And so you know warner you know wants to Tackle it again. I wouldn't mind trying to see. We could fit the right script in and and keep it going but i think this one is gone on surprise a lot of people. This is a family movie as a family movie with a lot of last obviously a lot of looniness dealing with the damn tunes they daughter excited about it or are yourself or what. My daughter is super excited about it She doesn't know. I mean she's too young to know about the original tunes but now because of our dads she's getting back into the sat and was she like. Wow look yup. My my whole family stopped by set. You know a few times and they just like wow and my boys are sixteen fourteen. They only care about how. Cool that the person that's playing them in the movie. Looks like daddy look like me as he wear. My hairstyle is dressed in a right way. Like i don't want to buy plan me. Not lonely kassim actors to play your son's yes. We cast actors to kind of look like my family. We changed the names but they are yes. I got older son younger son and a daughter and a wife in the movie. so yes. that's kinda. Your kids didn't have approval over that casting. No i didn't let them because they would've took too long to work and after after a long hours did you mix them up. All the kids much almost fixing family whole ones logs on fixing to whitehall was good. Yeah right so so lebron. Let me ask you after all this stuff and everything. You're doing get back to to basketball. You've had a lot of the lakers already. I don't wanna put you on the spot. But i mean you could conceivably just keep going. You're so good at what you do. You're still the top of the game. How long do you see yourself playing for the lakers. And how cool is it. Playing for the lakers. At great storied franchise. Yeah i may. I truly hope that. I can finish my career with the lakers. And how many years that is if this is four five six whatever said we all continue to play a game you know. I love being in. La my family loves being la. Being historical franchise like the lakers or something like is like me being a space jam now. I never thought it'd be possible. You'd think about kareem magic and will in jay west and elgin baylor. Kobe shack off. The whole list goes on and louis k lewis case. You did a great louis case. The greatest lakers fan of all time. Greatest well lebron. Can't thank you enough for spending some time with us. Really exciting thrill. We're all huge huge fans of yours and Feel very very flattered that you each spent some time with us so thank appreciates as the wheel shot. Appreciate me you guys purchase. Oh man yeah. All right pal wait man such guys thank you bye bye. I could've talked to him all day. But i wanted to his his time. He had a hard out. And i think we chess we were like one minute over it but man i couldn't i could talk to him forever. A cool bowl career. He's had so. I have to be honest. Like i was floored to studying. Lebron james like look peron gbs living legend crazy.
"james he" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Legal now. It's secret answer e. I've already called the police. You'll never catch me why we'll follow the trail of shit and mustard jokes on you. That's just more. There's blood moving on tom. I got one for you too all right. Which of the following is the best name for the movie about james hoge junior varsity blues. Run frat boy run or see the picture of dorian gray poupon days so good all right all right. Tom james's caught again impersonating a sports personality. What will the name be. A tale sayers being phony hawk. More or less the owens or you feign bolt task. It's gotta be you feign bolt and the spelling in a guys is. It's it's on us. Yeah fame it's. I'm sorry it's more or less yellen's more or less one's going to get it right but i didn't know you not dumped him. Well here's what. I want very specific. I would like to to write an essay but tom to read it varies. I like that. You're right we'll see what we can do well for tom. No ac- slim eli. I'm heath thank you for hanging out with us today. We'll be back next week. And by then noah slash. Tom combo will be an expert on something else between now and then you can hear tom and see and cognitive dissonance. And you can hear. Eli knowing myself on god off movies. Scathing atheist skeptic rat d-minus and if you'd like to get accepted to our online university we definitely do take very simple her up so donation patriots dot com slash citation pod. That's a bribe. That's what i'm describing when i do that money. And to get in touch with episodes on social media take a look at the show notes. I got citation pod dot com and up down wax our softball team. Good stuff taking your patio coach. Nobody's here or are they here. No you're not no queues sandwich. And i tell you give me a sandwich..
"james he" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Is late. December nine hundred fifty. Five jimmy's in his new. La house of white bearskin rug on the floor. The dishes bongos records bullfight posters on the wall. He's still nine twelve bags under his eyes. Girls and boys wasting late for him but it speed thus him again speed that he loves his back at the garbage in hollywood visit. German mechanic their cooled. Roaf catterick isn't the spider ready for a weekend of racing mechanic. Has an idea says this call needs more miles jimmy. You need more seat time. Let's drive a friends there to see them off puts his arm around. Jimmy shoulder says be careful because the bom so the head of grab coffee and donuts and drive. Move driving fast. Always i at offering the afternoon. They stopped by a highway police patrol given a ticket for speeding. They say sorry keep going. They stopped for drinks near bakersfield meets. A couple of other drivers had ignored race boast about how they've been hitting a hundred and fifty miles an hour. The other driver nord says. Be careful of the 'cause turning in front of you the spiders hall to see the color of it. How low it is jimmy. Shrugs pulls on his red wind cheetah races away without putting seatbelt on late afternoon. Now the sun setting low there on route four six six jimmy driving roaf in the passenger seat. The racing of apollo parks accelerating down the long descent. They can't see it but there's another car ahead. A black and yellow ford is driver is a twenty three year. old student. Turns left directly into the path of the spider too late to see it too late for anyone to swerve break. Here's what witnesses the spider smashing head on into the ford wheeling two or three times landing in a gully beyond the hard shoulder who rick. The mechanic has been thrown clear. He's lying crumpled on the road. Broken jaw broken hip broken. Fema the other driver. The student bruises and bloody nose. Jimmy still in the car trapped in the mangled cockpit. His neck is broken both shattered his body crushed. No breath no sign of life. They take them to hospitals together. Jimmy and his mechanic. It's twenty eight miles away. But they know everyone who's seen it knows just before off. Six james dean is pronounced that people talk about a curse afterwards the car the film's mechanic lives but dies in another call crash later. Salma neo from rebel without a cause is stabbed death aged thirty seven natalie. Wood dies in a both accidents at forty three and everyone thinks about jimmy. How he's coughing is kept closed at the.
"james he" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I i had to be convinced to watch it by my kids. Are there for the day and and just watching one episode early on the the the range of references. That just just blew me away. Blew me away. I mean when. I was a kid and i watched loony tunes from the forties. I learned about slang i learned about. You know things to do with the were to era when i watched bull winkle alabama's on of course burns a key play here in that and i mean the day that i realized that the character. Boris bad enough was a pun on the opera. Boris goodenow but that was the moment of a kidney but the simpsons out does them all out does them. All it assumes a hypnotise and intelligence that very few shows of any kind ever ham for us. You know. It's so great. Because it's it's it's it's an ongoing community it's like it's like the town you live in a certain point and and and and and it's just you served the show you serve the show especially can and Yeah just so real quick for somebody who doesn't know what when when you're producing a an animated show. What does that mean. You're doing well. In this case. For this specific i think that's generally true. But but it's it's it's it's it's it's team written you know there's there's always a original writer but but but the the normal course of things is you're always you're writing the from the first reading rewriting you're always playing catch up and it's six months before before it comes together before you have the animation said but you're working adamant medics before that so each episode is a long haul from beginning to end and the right room is key and and you know we have good old david silverman watching over us for our for our animation and there's and there's you know there's there's a great team ventilation directors and And it's an it's there's there's a there's a thing that happens just just with like i said the community aspects of it and the fact and the fact that people are all serving this thing. That's bigger than anybody that's going to go on for awhile that the characters can't agents and the cast is so together and So it's and it's open to anything that has to be opened anything it'd be going on. So long we have to keep every door open and And always in a way. Try and try and go against defining ourselves and you defied again expectations and logic by doing feature film. That turned out just as well as any given episode or season is more achievement. But we but that we we were. We were rewriting hunks of that on the mixing stage at the last possible moment. You're not supposed to be able to do it. Any.
"james he" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"There was one for there was one making costume jewelry where my job was sort of a one person assembly line and you cut the the gold the phony gold link and i and i did this all day never once getting to the same size so i was fired after a matter of days is fired as a shipping clerk. 'cause i you know so it was. It was rough and then thank heavens. My sister had a best friend who Who was the assistant to the head of the the pages at cbs. At that time you sort of needed sort of a good college education to become a page. But i got in on that fast and And and then. I got lucky. Because i was. I was there for two years wondering whether i'd spend the rest of my life in cape outside the door. Cbs because they have these uniforms with case on them. Not jackets and i always felt ridiculous. And and and then i They used me as a vacation replacement for desk assists in the cbs news. That job you had to come from an elite school of journalism to get because it was a stepping-stone that guide and come back from vacation so they just let me stay and that was pulled. Was that a four eighty. Five madison avenue. Yes yes see now. Why do i night. You're looking at somebody. Who brought coffee at dr morrow. Okay and didn't spill a drop. I'll bet no no some sweating got in there. But that's i understand see now. Why do i know that. Cbs was at four eighty. Five madison avenue. It's because television sort of just invaded my consciousness so thoroughly that all these things stay with me in my peculiar brain and that's one of them. Yeah they move they move later on but that was that was a storied company. That was because that was when. Cbs news one of the elite news organizations in history of anything pure journalism they were there were gods and There was a whole grump than they're called. They're called monroe's boys and he he's the guy who who toppled mccarthy when there was a red scare that went crazy in this country for so long he the writing on his show his writer was a guy who was correctly named ed bliss and and the name fit like a glove and he was a quiet man who wrote gorgeous rose. And if you have if anybody ever wants to see some gorgeous documentary writing the old see it now shows that ed bliss wrote were great and So that was. That was the first environment i had. That overwhelmed me Yeah and we're there. Echoes of that is premature to ask where there. Echoes of that in the newsroom. Tyler moore show. Yeah because a good somebody can become a good friend of mine Who who was mroz editor For for some of his shows Was very much like lou grant. I mean the classic thing. There was a snowy night. I commuted to new jersey. And i was desk assistant. We both came out. And it's one o'clock in the morning and and And and he said he stopped cab. And and i couldn't afford a cabin he said and i said isn't it out of your way. And he says you know you're right off. He went and i started walking towards the bus terminal but laughing and was the but but we thought of a lot so when you were at cbs. When did you start to understand what you want to do there. It was still i i was. I was as a desk assistant. I was in the writer's guild which was amazing to me that i was in the writer's guild.
"james he" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"We've all been together forever and it's a it's it's a funny journey. Now it's been really great though incredible wanting to touch a little bit Leland on your work as a session musician wanted to unto them about the process. Do you do you get any information that parts of tracks in advance or is it a case of you turn up at the street? The finished he's here the track to play them I would say ninety five percent of the time I don't know what I'm working on until I walk in the door. Orillia. Anything in advance So I don't know I don't even know the genre necessarily I it could be country could be funk it could be you know jazz it could be anything and that was really the. The fascinating part because I, never really thought I was going to be a studio musician. You know I I was in college studying to be a dealer a technical, maybe a medical illustrator. And my real aptitude was science in art and I always played music and I was figured out what play music but I didn't anticipate that I would actually have a career at it So. Once we started with James, and never really been in a studio before in all of a sudden I was doing four sessions day. You know six days a week and and we we're basically teaching ourselves how to be studio musicians on the job. But over the course of the years every once in a while like somebody might send something say maybe check this out and see what you think. Nowadays it's more difficult because so many people have home studios that when they're getting ready to do. The record they spent a year making their demos and then you'll suddenly here it sounds like a Finnish record already where like with James He would sit and play Guitar Jackson would play Guitar Piano and we would figure all our parts out people sit around now trying to figure them all up. They say, well, just use it as a guide..
"james he" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"It's like I. Don't be afraid to say you're a certain political like what side you're on or what religion you believe in the end let's let's. Talk about and be ourselves identifies wave we want to exactly in in that not be the the whole total encompassing of you as an individual won't be that one fact about you. You know and You know I think if people just started doing that if people start stopped. Stopped stopping at the first question then maybe we'd have yeah, because it is it's like, Oh, ask that question don't ask that question because you know it's just GonNa lead you to do I Do are we the same We'll see that that's where I'm like I love asking those questions because it does. I. Think you have to be yet to be willing to have the hard conversation is so I, it is hard for a lot of people because it becomes comfortable but I loved the question like what what, where do you stand but I don't care I don't want you to tell me you're a Democrat you're Republican. You're this or that. I don't WanNA label. I WanNa know what you think right and I think it's interesting because even in even because if you take a hundred Democrats you take one hundred Republicans and you you ask them like really crazy like like in-depth questions like we'll tell me tell me what you're worried about on a day to day basis. Not I'm not talking about solving the world's problems on on a political spectrum. Wait on a day-to-day basis what he worry about why we're about paying my rent worry about my kids being safe I, worry about having good quality food for the family whatever it is right they worry about my job you know disappearing these are things that on both sides of the aisles people agree on more often than they don't. So. Anyway. I. Think we were supposed to end and then we didn't. So I'm, GonNa. You you good. Okay. Thanks, this is fun. Love it back..
"james he" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"But when you have something that is widespread and slow moving which viruses as an example, that type of mentality isn't necessarily the best because this isn't something that you just yell at K. I'll charge for let's and I think that's what we saw a lot of in the beginning where like. Everything Down Right. We have this immediate like everybody's everybody's closed off and then we go. Well, what about like food and Shit? Okay everybody. But the food people are shut down like Walmart you can go to I guess. It was and they had to keep kind of backpedaling and so it's like that's that's the problem. If you only think kind of this in this reactionary way of you know if you don't put any time into thinking through, is this like is this a logical way to approach this situation? Yeah. You know and and so many people they don't. They just don't WanNa take the time to. To put in the thought I think. That to me chiming about responsibility that is a responsibility that every single one of us has that you hardly see. In a day to day situation like if you ask them on what their thoughts on about any relevant topic, how much do you actually know how much did you actually look into this thing that you're so upset about or your so happy about you're so passionate about you don't fucking no. Idea what you're talking about. You know like, isn't it? You don't you feel the the motivation to just be aware. I know it sucks. I know. Sometimes you go onto your. Favorite. newspaper website or your Yahoo Dot com or whatever the fuck and your noise 'cause. It's because you hear a lot of negative shit in your noise but isn't there just out like. That feeling of comfort in being aware that feeling of. Maybe only got one side or maybe this story sucks but I know what the fuck is going on. I do. But I can honestly say that based on the conversations I've had with other people. No that is not a common. It's not at all And what's crazy is like I've had those like. One example that I gave that that that I'll give is I, I asked somebody. In a very honest way because I was like look. You Know I..
"james he" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James
"It's not that societal. You're getting your time. Clock is hurry up Y-. Yeah. You better have that baby you'd better by that house. Close. There you've found one keep them exotic. Yeah exactly. It's. It's this idea of you need to embrace this idea of what being an adult is and it is mostly miserable which to me comes right back around to I understand why you feel attacked I, understand why you feel misunderstood. This generate these generations don't understand you and you don't understand us. You know I under I get that I get that it's scary that your children are choosing complete. Instability. Instead of you should've. You should double down on that and kept that the way that we all did. Yeah. Scary. It is scary. Yeah. It's interesting because it's like, where's your value lie and if you value the moment, the part of your life that you're actually guaranteed to have, which is the part you're in. This moment is all you're guaranteed. So you have to make a choice like do I enjoy as many of those moments as I can. Versus do I prepare for some distant future that hopefully will get here when I retire or I can do whatever and I wonder if part of that is tied to religion and if you think about. Again you know generational, a lot of our parents grew up. Much more religious than our generation, right? And the idea, the whole idea behind at least. Like. The Christian Judeo Religion and and this idea that your whole life is just a test for the afterlife rights whether you have a good one or a bad one. All depends on this little test that is life. So there's no value in enjoying life for itself. It's all for the future and see that kind of play into these things that we see in the last several decades where we're destroying our rainforest and we're. Having all these really shortsighted views of things like. Well, that's not GonNa Affect me..
"james he" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Welcome back on, JV crime to third host of the conscious millionaire show, I'm here with our very special featured guest brother, James He is the author of the book with our words We create, and also the incredible CD that I happen to own habits signed by brother James when I met him. labral could Gabbara and now we're going to go deeper. Yes, we are. We're going to discuss the words and music. We listen to so let's let's take that to another level. We were talking about it earlier in the show in talking about the power of music, motivation and mindfulness for entrepreneurs. How should entrepreneurs if they really want to be empowered by the music? They listen to not just distracted, not just a background, but something that's going to be an important part of their daily ritual. How she'd they choose those words and the music that they listen to? Love US! I think the first way that you start to make choices in general is by understanding the outcomes you're after. What are the targets that you're after a night? Unless to say in this case, it's your business. What is the target your after for Whatever that target is whatever your outcome is if you reverse engineer at? What type of skills strategies tools you need to implement in order to go after that target and turn that target or that goal at dream into reality, and then what type of person do you need to become in order to have those skills? Those rituals, those techniques, those habits. Who Do you need to become in order to create a outcome and you can. Can say okay. What type of words does that person listen to? And what am I most interested in right now is it becoming more connected to gratitude is I might do I need to be someone who's a little bit more motivated towards like being courageous, and then you can just go google words that can kind of fit your values now here's the deal. When I searched motivational music, I searched like some of these songs that come up that come up in Google, search. Even when I put specific words, they aren't always songs that are in what would be called the appreciative Lens, the positive lands so you do have to go out there and actually do a lot of trial and error to find your jam to find your Song So. Don't get frustrated. You can always go to brother James and no, you're GONNA get basically ninety nine point nine percent of that. Some art aside recommend Jason Miranda's. Michael Frontier. Andy Grammer Chris Greenwood manifest. Hamble of artists you can go to, and you're going to be in the seventy to eighty percent positive ratio on the words they use, but again just to backtrack that all the way to the beginning. What's your goal? Who Do you need to become to hit the goal? And then? What type of words do you need to put into your mind to become that person that can create those types of results what I love? Love about this brother. James is that you started with not where am I and I? Want to shift from where I am. But where do I want to go? And who do I want to become and you know that's a very powerful question. I ask it of all my clients and I ask them especially at the beginning of the year. Who Do you need to become to make this the best year of your life? And then start to imagine oh, because that changes our habits that changes how we use our time that changes what we say to ourselves, the affirmations that changes the ritual we create for ourselves. That changes our diet. You were talking earlier about you're totally plant based. I'm eighty percent plant base. Here's what I found. Use It when I cut carbs and sugars when I cut caffeine. When I cut alcohol that those things were actually interfering with the way I thought and the way I felt and actually depressed me. Now I don't mean like foregone depression but I, mean they've depressed by whole system? They brought me down. Whereas when I'm eating now in my case, fish works well for me. you know it up lifts me, but when I'm eating all these plants that are so healthy, my energy is actually more positive. My thoughts are more positive. My energy takes me to a place of of innovation and creativity because I'm thinking about Oh. Wow, what can I do with my life to make a bigger difference today? Absolutely it's it's the. Not To oversimplify it. And to make it really easy what we're talking about. IS THE BE. Do have model versus the do have be model. We're taught is. Fantastic phrasing. Would you say that one more time for everyone? Absolutely. What I hear when when we're going back and forth right now when you ask the question, the answer, and then you and you add on like beautifully. You added on what we're talking about to make it really simple as. If we become the person that we need to be to do the things that are needed to be done, we can have anything that we want. Now. What is that we WANNA have? It's where I started. What is the outcome what we WANNA have what we want to obtain. What's the goal was the three? Was the bulls eye? If we're not clear on that? who were going to be is it's a it's a wild card. It's like you don't know to. We gotta understand what it is. We want initially. What does the outcome rafter so that we can backtrack and state? Now, what would I need to do? And who do I need to be what we're taught? And that's called be do have many of us think. If we do this thing. Right we'll have all this stuff. And then will be this person. Ample there's a really classic example. Please do..
"james he" Discussed on The Discographers
"I think when you're young. You know everything's fine so fast. You don't realize you do magical things. How actually magical they are! We're literally DIY. Musicians who wrote around in a van and this is the music we choose to play, and somehow it wasn't Indian for. It wasn't cool enough, and that steeled us to be completely contrary in unit. I had no. Expectations other than brutal. Honestly, that's the way we are with music. He gets the same from us that we get from hymns, you know the litmus test hasn't changed and two. In the nineties, and we were convinced that the music was born of self-destruction and self deprecation, and to come full circle, and realize that the music is deep, enough be rerouted in compassion, grace, and still be as effective as pretty unbelievable. But the goal was to see the four of us on stage, and I was cool with it was going to be one song or a whole show, but she suffered from incredible stagings, and that was part of the equation. Always so when you saw her on a stage, she was inwardly going through a lot more than you would have. You would have thought because I ate her stationary was very icy, but inside there was a lot of inner stuff going on. The show must go on and. Dress everything. Best in the business. Know the moment James He walked in my wife changed my life forever. The moment Jimmy walked in or change. Your life saver doesn't mean every day was perfect. And we held hands, and saying round the Campfire, but somehow in the midst of whatever our own individual and collective chaos. We were able to make these diamonds. That is the shared thing. Hello.
"james he" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"They can fix it. Antonio Cromartie played the NFL for eleven years. Almost half, he was a pro bowler. He opened up with the San Diego at the time. chargers who are now in Los Angeles I do think if Tom Brady was just simply about what's the best roster I could land on I think it's the chargers. They went and got trade. Turner which to me was a signal Antonio Hey Tom. Our weaknesses guards. We're addressing it. They didn't have to do that a week ago. That was a Tom. We know you know personnel were fixing our left guard spot. You know the culture of the chargers. Yes, would tom fix it? Yes, I think he definitely will fix it. I don't. Look at it I. Don't think there was too much wrong with the coach i. just think when you look at the whole scene. From last year, the guards were terrible. I mean as Philip catch the ball. He was hit in the face. He didn't have time to set his feet. Throw the ball, so he looked like he was losing like he was not himself. He was like he was for like he was really forty years old. When norm. Realistically, this guy can still playing. You saw you saw spurts of it, but I think for for Tom I. Think this is the ideal place for the simple fact can come in and put his own offense. He can add his offense and I think if you go anywhere else, you can't do that. I think he comes into. He comes into La. He changed the culture of getting them back to where they need to be back into the playoffs winning close game losing losing because they've lost so many games in the last four minutes of the of the game last year. You know crazy, listen. It's the craziest franchise in the NFL. They've had great players everywhere. It's almost like this. `Nigma within the franchise Oh. Too. Many gays been lost either by refs or losing. Goals Miss. hockey missing up on a call and the Denver. Two Thousand Eight. It can go on and on, but it just that the culture needs a to and I. Think Tom Brady will come in and make us all to that Sadat culture. It is interesting. Go to the last year of your career I've heard Brett Farve said this. I don't want to start over again like a lot now it's different for defensive player, but when you're calling the shots in your the quarterback. I have heard people make the argument. Tom Just doesn't want to doesn't want to write another book. Get very comfortable at the end of your career I. Mean You caught? You could have played more in the. NFL was about I just don't want to. I don't want to lower my standards I. don't want to sacrifice stuff for me. It was when I looked at it. It was for standpoint of looking at it. While was mentally. I wasn't into the game the last maybe year so Maria just wasn't a burnout study habits. Wasn't the same The the excitement of the game wasn't there for me anymore. I think for me. It just got too much political for me on that side rather than enjoying the game so I think when you're looking at Tom. I think when he's coming into a, he's one. He's still wants to play, so he's forty five. He loves the game. You see the excitement that he has every single week. Preparation does he doesn't even watch the game from the sunny that he play. He starts studying the the other team right after the rather after Sunday night's game, you lost and passionate. You. Don't see that from Tom He. Sees has the passion. He still has the the thrive. Go on and go out WANNA. Win Games when he makes a mistake. You see him. Harvard on myself to make sure he doesn't make that same mistake again as just little things like that, you see him that he still has that feel wants to go out and go. Be that champion of of any football team and he goes to so we just had the combine. The draft is in late. April free agency is coming up here next week. Yes, there's a lot of different moves that are gonNA happen. In year eleven years in the NFL, you were a college. All American kind of a can't Miss Corner Ohio state's got. Jeff Okuda's kid. They say as a can't miss guy. How much should I take out of the combine? Are there guys? Blow up at the combine that you look at and. That's just a guy. That's a white room dude like. Did you know when you're in the NFL? Could you tell instantly when you saw draft picks? Come into. The team. Can't play can play. You saw from Gainesville. View. If you wash real Gamesville, you can know the guys that can play and cannot play. That can translate things that they do wanNA combine what they can't do on the field so like I. I think Coach Bruce. Aaron said that the Best Russsian I think. He said the best Outta just because you run a four three. Four six. You may around four six PM shows that you run for four is all about the film? The IRS doesn't law, so you are who you are when you put on FM Thank Jeff A coup is somebody that you can't miss that. Somebody who do not want to get a court as a corner. He's a home. He's why what does he do everything me? Technician has great footwork is understands what the officers trying to give them a release and he's willing tackler. I think that's something that you gotta willing. To put into perspective you have you have great cover corners, but most of the cover corners on like the tackle. This guy. And he's physical, he's physical. He loves the game and I think bringing him into the locker room the way that he carried himself. That I've seen so far is out Outta to his his confidence. I think that cares on until until it's a locker room and also into that DB role by the way I. Want Your opinion. Liam Simmons is a tremendous Isaiah Simmons. Excuse me is a tremendous athlete at Clemson. Some people think safety. Derwin James He's got that kind of body type. Some people think linebacker well. What am I supposed to make a guy that literally blows the combine out four three nine, but he's built like a linebacker, but he doesn't. Have a position, does that were you know? Why not because I can put my linebacker safety? You don't care I. don't care. You want the athletes. I just wanted to athlete because you let him do what he do. He GonNa. Perform the way needs to. Give them a job to do and let them go and I think that's what we as coaches like. We try to harp on what we just. We need this from this player and let them do what he let the ballplayer be the ballplayer put him in a defense and let them just go and let them build a defense around that guy. I think you can build a defense around as SMS just. In fact, he can play outside La back. He can play Middle Linebacker. Go back and go play freecell. Them here on film. When I look at them, I just think it's not that he's Jamal Adams, but it's like he's just around the ball all the time. 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"james he" Discussed on Decorating Pages
"Each episode. I'll be sharing design stories. From some of Hollywood's most famous sets interviews from set decorators production designers directors and actors about creating the look of tedium film about their design. Inspirations and stories take sets from page to screen hello and welcome to decorating pages. I'm your host Kim One up. I WANNA start off by always thanking everyone for response that I get Two episodes and questions and feedback end. I tune reviews. I really appreciate it and please keep them coming. If you have any questions I hope I get back to you in a prompt the amount of time. I'm starting to get a little swamped already with the prep of the show. I started which the next American crime story for FX. I still have three weeks. Prep before we started shooting. And I'm telling you right now. It's not enough. It seems like Oh you have all this time now. I don't have all this time and I know I'm not the only one who feels this way in my business. You just never feel like it's enough time or money in our in our world put I guess I do. I do try to unwind after the twins go to bed and I am keeping up on TV. I hope I hope you're watching the outsider on. Hbo Because it's really good. I have no idea how Stephen King still comes up with this creepy shit. But it's really good it's a really good thriller and then you lighten up when little curb your enthusiasm so. I love that watching the young pope which I have no idea what's going on but I like it. It's innovative. It's weird it's pretty to look at. It's John Malkovich. It's chewed law laying on a bed naked for half of the seasons. Pretty good so far and I'm watching that documentary MC millions also which is pretty interesting because I admitted I like McDonalds sometimes and I definitely know in the nineties when the monopoly ski was going on I couldn't. I tried to get bored. Welcome Park Place. I think everybody did. That's really interesting. I like that documentary. And I'm we're almost done narcos which I love narcos. It's a lot of reading but it's really good in the sets are fantastic. So let's just a little bit of. Tv I watch if new idea fit it all in but I love me some. Tv This is part. Two of my interview with production. Designer James Pierce Connolly and I would say the less buzzed portion of the interview but we had a good time and I was just listening to this and it really is interesting to me how he runs his career at this point because production designers for like TV our long half hour and film mostly are hired by producers and then put together their art department and Set decorating team their construction and they stack it with people they WANNA work with. They think who can handle the job? And then you know who's available and the majority of every show that that's how this works and you're paid by the company like right now. I'm paid on an effect show so I'm getting paid by Fox which I think I'm getting by Fox. I don't know if it's Disney or Fox or whatever but with James He is hired by the producers and then given a lump budget kind kind of like to spend on the crew and the sets in commercials are also run this way so James. Basically runs a production studio that takes in jobs. It's different than I hope that makes sense than like how off TV film. Productions are run. We talk more about it James has nine nominations and won. Emmy Win and seven archer guild nominations. His designs include the mass singer. The voice making it nailed it. He's he's been doing a lot of. I mean it is mostly all reality TV. And I hope you enjoy a twenty four because they had a lot of challenges with for singer like that. It should just be one submission and.