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"jamie bill" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

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"jamie bill" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Back. That's the function of the character but presence is so much of what brad pitt does anyway and i really do think it's a rare form of acting so and he does a lot of that in this movie and it's not the type hype of performance that we traditionally think of as lead because you you know dummies wanna sit out here like counting lines but i wonder if they'll both run. I mean that seems aim strategically really stupid. It does it does the tricky part is is that brad has not won and leo has in this category now. Leo's not gonna take a take a seat on the bench. That wouldn't be very leo thing to do but i wonder if sony and the movie puts a lot of energy behind him anyway. It's evidence that those two guys are if not the winners certainly in the air on a couple of other people. I did as well. I wrote down florence pew in midsummer. <hes> i wrote down jimenez patel in yesterday. Which is you know. I think movie that you and i quit over a lot and didn't love but he's kind of going for it and for a person that i've never seen before to be able to sing beatles songs in front of an at wembley. You know it's it was impressive. I thought he was great. I had him in good performance. In a bad mood. Okay i also feldstein. I did as well and book smart which maybe maybe as was a little bit swallowed up by the conversation around book smart and whether it did or did not fail also the andrew luck retirement of movies it kinda was wasn't it slipped into that saturday news cycle <hes> looking back bookmark twenty three million dollars which was pretty good now that we've seen what all these other movies have made to all of that. I don't know i let energy. We put behind that conversation no i. I had this girl for a long time on box office mojo to get two books. It's better than we're late night when you know it's it's better were a lot of these movies. I mean like britney runs a marathon. Who knows how that movie's gonna. The movie was also bought for a lot in a festival. It's hard to say can i also throughout my at risk for plus one. Sh i finally saw this movie. I thought it was great. I thought it was very fun and you know we were talking to our pal. Julia limited she was like i thought it was terrible which i couldn't understand what she was talking about. She's one of the queens of the of the genre. I think think i agree with her. I think it's a tremendous performance. The flaw that movie is that it's a movie about the guy character and like who gives a shit about him. That's true yeah. That's true she. When she is on the screen it's like it's transcendent and it is really kind of a breakthrough for her but as it's less a rom com and more like mopey viele guy has to figure out some really obvious things that he should have known for years and i liked about it okay well. It's it's it. I mean even i haven't been single for awhile and it was still really too soon on that front. I was just like move on move on also wind up together because she's way better than him so that stuff i would say i think her her. She had some problems of her own. That's we're all flawed was my take away from the film yet but everyone can be flawed and there can still just be a power balance the balance. I don't think that that's what this movie is about. It plus my begging her shoe on the table the u._n. Love but happened she is. I really hope that she gets the opportunity. She deserves because between penn fifteen scene one country and plus one. She's had a great summer and i'd love to see somebody put her in a big movie that <hes> asks a lot of her any other lead roles chris. No i think we covered the ones that is one more minute. Honor spend burn yeah good one yeah <hes> souvenir. I this is not the time. We'll talk about on this podcast. No i finally read that story too and i. I couldn't believe that she was cast in rebecca meets during the new york. I couldn't believe that she was cast two weeks before. They started filming in an effort to kind of capture <hes> <hes>. I don't know what kind of like innocent insouciance. I guess i couldn't really figure i'd got the strategy that she was going forward. It's kind of amazing that she's so good and she didn't really prepared to do this. It is part of what makes the performance amazing is that there there is no performance and that movie is astonishing because it just captures <hes> a mood and time in life and feelings like really in a raw natural way <hes> and so it makes sense for her being a i am actress. If she had the preparation you might over think it <hes> but i thought it was mesmerizing. What about supporting performances. Can you think of any that you love this year. <hes> we made a suggestion yes. I thought jamie bell was great in rocky man. I think it's kind of it's another movie that is kind of quickly who lost a time. Remember how long we talk about bohemian rhapsody. I felt like that was nine. Consecutive months interrupts the conversation. Obviously it's rock management paired with the university for obvious reasons but rochman. Ah rochman does doesn't come up. I went to a dodgers game yesterday and it was quote unquote rocket man night which didn't mean anything there was no representation of rock under than at showing up on the screen they they play off each other. Neither was little pianos instead of bobbleheads times they give out but only at certain gates which is unfair <hes>. If there was any giveaway i did not receive one one. I was sitting in fairly modest laughing at me but i'm not i just the cool rocket man swag. Just imagine you're next door post about like i did not get my corsi bobblehead because i would into gate six. I did get my cory seager bhalla head give it to a little kid because that was nice but it they weren't giving them out everywhere. That's how i know the l._a. Dodgers did not give me anything related to rocket man but i am giving rocket man some love for jamie bill. Hey can i just say that it does seem like the the there are now which i'm sure that you guys have talked about before but it does seem like if you put something out in the summer. It's just like ninety nine percent guarantee that people just aren't going to talk about because of all the superhero movies and rousson cartoons. I wonder it's like i just there's so much of this stuff and we'll talk about this later. Where i'm like good movie interesting wonder why we talk about that. One or why we only talked about how it didn't do. Well and it's like all that stuff is gone. Now i think is counter. Programming dead is an interesting question because it might be. We might not really have that anymore. <hes> last call for i have two more good from the same movie diana lynn and she's at in from the farewell yeah. They were great parents. No the <hes> at least i believe i. I'm sorry i forgot the name. I'm trying to isolate the the mother and grandmother. Oh yes okay. Yes i also i'd. I'd shut out by colleague ghanem bar from nightingale. <hes> you know i haven't seen it yeah. It's pretty brutal. I it's it's like honestly like a really tough hang but he's he's incredible. It was was reading about that last week as well any other supporting performances you wanna shout out anybody from men in black international that you thought really distinguished themselves resolves. You know what i think. Chris hemsworth is charming onscreen but that was not his most charming and that was not supporting counting endgame in our in our summer movies. I think we asia is where it starts right. I haven't endgame seen okay next category great favorite scene. I'll share my first one which was just the out of time montage once upon a time time in hollywood which is my favorite part of that movie right when the sun goes down and cliff goes to pick up leo from a day's work and they're driving along and we see l._a. Changing in real time we see their lives changing in real time man. What are you got. I have brad pitt on the roof. Just what about what about him. What did you respond to in addition. A to the physical attributes of brad pitt that just really feels like the lining bottle moment for what like brad pitt season was having a conversation asian with mcmullan last week and for different podcast we were preparing award then she wanted to put brad pitt and best comeback and i was furious at her because he never went anywhere anywhere in my mind but there is this energy coalescing around brad pitt and it has something to do with the fact that he looks great. Shirtless feels like that's where it starts and and also enjoyed looking at it chris. What about you. Did you enjoy gazing upon brad pitt's twelve hours man. I loved. I loved watching him. Do old school handiwork maynas park horror leap to the top of the roof. That was good. I mean like i i read a couple of there was a bunch of interviews with <hes> gosh darko. Experts know who's who's zoe bell. They were talking about like that. Only he could do to get up to the rooftops of this pretty neat my favorite sequence. This is a weird fave i wouldn't it made me feel good. It was the opposite but just in terms of filmmaking <hes> expertise would be the cold open opening sequence of midsummer very good setting as has punishing as it gets. I'll never watch it. I'm honestly waiting until metsamor comes out on d._v._d. Or d._v._r. Whatever v._o._d. V._o._d. That's debris review for yeah so that i can just through it and watch the rest of it. It's all kind of traumatizing so you may be holding the fast forward button down but it's like the way that you described it. They're just like the real life traumatizing and then the the funny stylized traumatizing. That's true that's fair yeah so i think if you skip the first twenty minutes and just took our word for it. You'd be fine okay i was. I took a trip back to my adolescence. The movies this summer <hes> mal ruben and i saw an game on the disney lot and you can imagine the kind of people that get invited to that screening of offenders game and they were very raucous and they were very very enthusiastic and they were very emotional and the sequence in endgame when <hes> there's a there's a fight sequence between thanos captain america and thor <unk> an iron man iron man get his ass kicked thor gets his ass kicked cap is kind of the last guy standing and we see a hammer move and then the hammer finds its way to captain america's arcus hands. I was like i'm eleven years old. This is the coolest thing i've ever seen the people in the movie theater. Were screaming like not not just like oh shit. It like like i could not control themselves. There are people who'd been waiting their whole lives to see something like that now. Did that color my reaction. If i were sitting alone in in my house watching it on my phone would i've had the same sincerely emotional reaction. No but circumstances are meaningful and how we see movies is meaningful right. Yes amanda you did not have the same sex casino taken so as you're describing literally what i thought in my head was like is is that when they're all in like the purple seen. I don't know what that means like. Everything and it's like right before that yes it went once. They're in that other world that i like. I just kind of didn't know what was happening. I think i remember the hammer and i don't think i saw it with chris. I don't think i had to turn to you. I wouldn't be like what does that mean contractually was able to it was understood yeah i. I wouldn't say that it stayed with me or that. I know a lot of them with the mythological associations. No one can pick up the hammer except for text. Is that what that's what it was chris. I texted me when i was like what was the deal with the hammer. Oh yeah because it's like is he worthy. Ask you is worth. He's really hot. That'd be funny if it wasn't worthy and dana's one and that was how the n._c._a._a. Ended the hammer happens walking heartbreaking.

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"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Like I was pretty down on it initially, just because I'm not a fan of Robert Rigas, but I was impressed by the it's too busy has too much stuff in it. Like the whole roller baller sequenced. You've seen all the trailers and stuff. If you haven't seen the film, not necessary. I think you could they had too many storylines going. Yeah. And they shouldn't have ended on a cliffhanger does, especially if there's not gonna happen, which I don't know if it will equal. Here's a question for you. Pull up some here. And you probably can't use all ready out there from just giving you warning right now rookie. So let me see here. Somebody asked you pricey down near the chat. If you look okay who has is somebody. Who would you pick who? Would you cast in the fantastic four for the MC you? Yeah. Well, Jonkers Inskeep mister fantastic. Emily them, you did say that. You can't pick who's being the talked about right now. It's them, you could ask Thai said that I've said that longtime ago as to bad, everybody saying, okay, well, I'll make them make this leisure myself. If not them for those two roles at least I can go, and look at human torch. And the thing for the human torch Zach Ephron and for the thing, Johnny Riley, if with. Jussie. Right. I don't know about that. Yeah, I don't know. Yeah. I think you need somebody's kinda strong in the beginning. I mean, no, no. That's your choice though. I can't take your choice Johnson, right? Yes, lay anymore. Let me see who would I cast? Dan? That's a good question. Maybe I'm but he's like, has like a big muscular guy, I would like to see maybe ignores, play the thing, who is Hank in breaking. Yeah he do a good job. Somebody dead. He's older would he be? Okay. I think he probably the oldest on any of them. Go the opposite, someone like Jamie, Bill. Let me see. Oh, yeah. Mister fantastic. Who's a who's a guy there's in his thirties? Right now doesn't like it doesn't look like a kid. Right. Not to older. He's all you can buy miss assigned 'test. Yeah. Yeah. You can buy them as a scientist. Looks like a responsible adult. I'm gonna get to you chat and a little bit. But like we're doing fantastic forecasting fantastic forecast, Jamie bell. I don't understand the fuck. They would do for him as the thing in miles teller guides in highschool. Still Mr. into. Yeah. You try to twenty-seven. Yeah. Young, I've us ten years later like Maguire over again. Fascinating bull, if we're still love shit. Yeah. It's fascinating filler. I'm trying to think who you're right about that efforts, I think he'd be great that who's the who's the anti f- front, but anti Efren to somebody who knows kinda handsome, but not on his level. You know. Yeah, who you could see being more responsible than him because he would just be out there just trying to fuck all contracts and whatnot. In being young actor today, but not wanna make them too young. I want someone in their late thirties late thirties. Then he made me, his actually. Jesus christ. Stu Arden's Yonkers Inskeep. He's just the one I'm gravitating towards me. That's the only guy, they meet Jake Jila halls in Nick it all he would have been good. He would have been goes mister fantastic. But he's already in. Yep. Yep. Okay. Cast casting, too many act got a cheap now I gotta go in there. Look at. Dave Franco as the human torch. I could see that too. Yeah. That's not bad. That's not. That's not bad. Going things. Joined levin. Would you would you would you choose? Joseph, Gordon Levitt as mister fantastic. I think it's too young too young someone in his thirties now, but he looks young, Justin Timberlake. Good things. I'm not I'm not I'm not hating on them. You know, it's great and social network..

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"jamie bill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Woods dot com and be sure to tell them Mike Rosen sent you. So let's talk about Elton, John rocket man. You know, this was in production before human, rhapsody, hit the but once it did, and it was a big smash Hollywood thought. Oh my goodness. We've got another classic rock. God, we can put on the big screen this done only twenty five million. So I don't think it's gonna be a super smash but it is an interesting look at Elton John's life. And it is a different approach than human rhapsody because this is kind of surreal time, let's sort of fantasy sequences, and it takes much more creative look at Elton, John. Of course it starts. He's a kid, and he's a musical prodigy. He's got a a distant. Mom, an extraordinarily disembodied who seems absolutely cruel and his absence from his life, Lisa emotionally speaking. But of course he had that talent. He went on to become a huge rockstar. Watching the film, and I'm enjoying the film. And I think Taryn Edgerton is wonderful as Elton John looks enough, like he sings like him as well as the singing here, which we'll talk about later in a moment, but I didn't feel like the movie grabbed me, I didn't like I was compelled by it. Whereas with the ferry mercury film from last year. I was really invested in that character in by the ending the live age Live Aid performance. I was cheering in my seat. I mean I just thought it was so magnetic, and so compelling so wonderful. I didn't get that here. I was going to here's your reaction. I think I think we both like Elton John's music do. Yeah. So what was your take on this movie, you're right about it being kind of surreal by design, but Elton John was surreal, designed to great match wasn't I asked you? Right. If we saw whether Terry was doing the senior not, and you said, you check. Well he was doing the singer. Yep. So why couldn't they have had him lip sync? So people could actually hear Elton John. I think it's a cr-. Of choice. They did it with walk the line with with Joaquin Phoenix doing Johnny cash. I suspect they think there's a disconnect, if we're watching an actor who we know deep down is not Elton John singing Elton John's songs. Exactly, like we heard on the radio all those years. Maybe they think that it's some sort of allusion breaker. I don't know. I'd have to ask the filmmakers that I don't think I've gotten an answer again. Ed in a wonderful job. It sounds a lot like Elton John, but it's not. And we know these songs so well that we can tell the difference. And I as an audience member in my seat, I kind of wanted to hear the songs again. And I think getting close enough was in great for me. That's just my will we have a caller will talk to in a minute. But that was my impression of it. One of the characters John Reid played by Richard Madden. Who I recognized instantly and Richard Madden, of course was Robb stark game of thrones. Also, he was in bodyguard Netflix series, which is a fascinating series was he. Was the star of that the bodyguard for this government official, and, you know, since rob stark always has that that beard in game of thrones. I didn't I didn't recognize Richard Madden and money, although I did in, in rocket man. Yeah. He plays a great character. Plays. The agent of the agent of John who completely exploits an abuses him. Yeah. It's a pretty nasty portrayal for shore. And of course they had a love affair these two characters as well which is true to life story. And it's an interesting relationship because I think at that time, Elton John wasn't maybe as sure of sexuality or not, it was maybe a little unsure about expressing it. And so the movie shows sort of that, that flowering approach, and it's, it's I think there's one scene that maybe people may not be super happy watching, it's a sexy, but it doesn't really dominate the movie, but this is that as part of Elton John and his life. Jamie bell plays Bernie. And who, who conspired so seeking positive sense, without John and writing a lot of songs, whereby seen him before Jim bell, the faces for me, and I couldn't place it. I there was a movie when he was a child actor, Billy, something recently know that face. I don't know. He he, he's not a super famous guy, but he does work quite a bit. I'm Google little pop up in a second. I thought you would know that I thought that was the maybe in a way the best part of the movie because their relationship was so interesting. They really needed each other. They light each other. There's a comment in the movie where Elton John says, we've never had a fight, which sounds like it's true. I think they're best chump still to this day, and I think they've worked together for decades. So I found that, that in a way this movie is so surreal and so fictional. But I think that relationship really grounds things okay, do we want to bring in somebody to get KENNY'S micros club was seen rock amend, kennywood, you think of the movie. I thought it was pretty good. Actually it was very entertaining. I thought Karen. Was very dynamic role of mountain. John. His mannerisms down. Pretty believable. I don't think that changed history is much, though. There's kind of jukebox musical quality where some of the songs you see early on weren't written in that era. But I think you can just flow with, with, with the stood Inara of here because of the way it's portrayed. Did you were you? I don't know what you thought about rap say, but I was more engaged by that than I was this film, and I had a little bit of a struggle, kind of describing y what would how would you compare the two films? I did notice that they shared didn't Dexter Fletcher, Lamey rap city held there were moments that reminded me of eating rhapsody. Yes. The lead was definitely more deli. More kind of charismatic and captivating? In bohemian, but I did find the musical numbers that weren't in. Bohemian. They were like a lot of fun. So at any moment when I thought. A little slow that almost kind of woke me up. I agree. Slow moments that kind of lost me. Yeah. So Dexter Fletcher who directed the film came in, I guess the last minute with the Bahamian rhapsody production because Bryan, singer, that movie's director when a wall, very strange Google the whole story there. But I guess he helped finish it. So there is definitely connective tissue in because he's talking about musicians who were superstars. They came of age in eighty in the seventies, they both were gay in time where it wasn't as accepted is a lot of similarities here. What's your take on the whole having Terron Edgerton sing as opposed? Elton, John, did you were you happy with that choice? Or did you think did you kind of wish I did that the real Elton was saying? I didn't find it distracting. It was fine. Yeah, it is amazing. The rap on an Wachovia someone's river Phoenix happen walking Phoenix. Was he wasn't a singer until he made that movie? And then they kind of worked with him. I, I don't know if I believe they're not seems almost too crazy. True. But he sounded quite a bit like Johnny cash. Edgerton really does capture Reese. Witherspoon. Yeah. With June couch car cash as well. So I it's it is fascinating. Well before we let you go we're going to rank the movie, but I'm gonna let you Kenny rank the movie I using a clever unit measure on a scale of one to five, how would you measure, Rog AMAN? I would measure. I'd say. Okay. That's nice. I mean he is known for mis Mr. sunglasses. Did you glance over my paper? I've got. Four pairs of outrageous. Eyeglass nice bona. Tell unintelligent the rewards he's going to be receiving while I do that. You can think of another one passes to the Alamo draft cinema to locations in sloan's lake in Littleton, and of course, Westminster coming very soon. No texting no talking just a love of movies. It is a great place to enjoy cinema. I just something infectious about the Alamo. Plus you got past to screening next week of late night in new comedy with many Kaeling and Emma Thomson. You can enjoy that film. It's going to be skewing of late night, kind of behind the scenes look, as well to very funny, ladies and passes to the tomorrow. Man. That's that was in theaters right now. But the passes will let you see whenever you want the whole movies run that stores Blythe Danner and John Lithgow. What's an older romance, and it's a good looks like Jamie, Bill played Abraham Woodhull in that series, turn, George Washington is okay. Part of the American culture perspiring in New York City, and so long recognized Kenny. Enjoy those rewards. Thanks for calling in. And when we get back, Mike, you can give a rating. I gave it didn't you this? You're taking. You have to have another one standing by outrageous pairs of glasses. Thankless. Good enough. Woody, Allen one set. I cheated on metaphysics test in high school. I can to the soul of the voice sitting next to me. As glenn. Somebody's paper during tests in school never onto. I'm a boy scout right back after these words. Closures of I twenty five north.

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"jamie bill" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Saying he hopes. We're not going to war with Iran. We'll talk about that more on Monday. I don't believe we're going to war with Iran. I don't play there's really any realistic chance of any kind of boots on the ground. Major shooting war with Iran, is I've talked about for many years on air. It may very well be necessary for some kind of military action to prevent some of the most dangerous terrorist on earth from getting nuclear weapons, terrorist being, you know, the government of Iran, but, but that could I think far better be accomplished through through dangerous. But, but not all out shooting, more tactics, such a military blockade at cetera because that government close to crumbling already, you remember Ryan, the people of Iran wanted to overthrow that regime. They were literally thinkers, two thousand nine if I remember right I'd have to go back and look, but they were out in the street Saint Obama, help us Obama help us in Obama's sided with the Ayatollah and so. No, I think the people of Arana probably ready for a big change. I think the president gets it. It's peace through strength. He ran on it. It's been the way he's conducted himself as commander in chief. I think he absolutely gets. Hey, let's go back to the VIP line. Greg Holland back, kind enough to con to the show today. Greg produced people show for years and years. They tremendous radio talent. How you doing? Greg. Hey, thank you so much. And just like you say beautiful day in the mile big home goodness, it is. And now tell me it sounds like keep involved in Denver politics. I should mention folks Jamie Gillis kind enough to join us off the top. So let's say four or five or so in the podcast, and we had a great conversation. What's your view on this race the lesser of two evils right? Well, is that how you see it? I mean because honestly we have not spent a lot of time on the Denver mayoral race. But now that I see at least you may disagree. I see they handcuffed campaign with their media, arm the Denver post playing the race card unfairly from the bottom of the deck. When you've got handcock sitting there in my opinion, a proven sex harasser trying to play the race card unfairly on a female candidate for mayor that seems a little bizarre to me. Some background first of all, Jamie Gillis how many how much background we have on her basically not being? I mean a new player in the scene. Michael Hancock, how much background we have on him on and going back years and years. And again, this is actually, Dan, I haven't talked about that with this with anybody for ever. So you're the first person to hear any of my thoughts on this, but as a forty seven year old local here to Denver calling out a went to high school. Michael Hancock stabbing and produced the people show for fifteen years, which most people probably don't even know the name, Greg Holland back in less than the food could be. But the Sheikha cherry cre- the she could cherry creek. They know that I dug in with Mike lamb Kok story, and I think the big problem that we have here is a boxer Spey is Michael Hancock. A bad person. He he's not even really a person in Denver politics thought of player. He he does either the beckoning, call for a lot of the big power brokers here town, and Michael Hancock is somebody. That is probably like the next guy in my opinion to where we want to know Michael, and, and, and this is a direct thing to the mayor right now. In normal person, get ahead of what you what you've done when I do deal, we call the cellphone of Michael, Hancock when he was running for the main Mary election eight years ago, and he was in studio, and we had players in sugar Scotty Ewing. Talking on the phone with us. You a when you when you see a log of potential John's for a escort service, here locally that has you on the list. Michael hancock. Denver city council person and your phone number. And we call your cell phone and it rings while you're in studio chances. Are you did that? Well, he and my, my response that would would be Greg. It was a major issue in the campaign. I don't know. And you may have a disagreement on this. I don't know that it was ever proven. But to me what, what is so astounding is that after your reporting after it became a big story in the mayoral election early in his term, he sending texts like this to a female subordinate quote? Okay. So I just watched this story and women taking pole dancing classes, have you ever considered taking one and? Why do women take the course if not have you ever considered taking one in why thoughts? And then when she doesn't respond he writes back, be careful. I'm curious after all of your reporting and all of that controversy to send something like that, which, and this is what I meant in, in the promo for the segment. When I say, I believe he's been proven guilty. I believe that text proves him. Guilty of sexual harassment, my constitutionally protected opinion. It hasn't been proven in court or anything else. But I think it's been proven in the court, a public opinion live nobody ever that. The Michael Hancock is. Polish. I mean he is not one caught. They should be cut out to be a politician when you look at Jamie Gillis what, what she's doing right now? He's trying to live off of the new regime. She's trying to look at. Because if you look at how the city of Bill right now you're looking at bond Dahbi you're looking at developers. You're looking at crony capitalism, who does business with who the different regime? And if you look at how this is being built right now, this is a battle of Mori babble of ethic seeks, this is the battle of new regimes want to come in and take out hypocrites, like Michael Hancock. And I'll tell you what Michael Hancock and the people that he is associated with in behind right now. These are people that have been so inconstant this city for many, many years. And so when you. You look at the I started out this call with the lesser of two leibels. It's gonna continue with this liberal regimes. They want to continue to take the power one to next. I don't wanna get too far into the weeds. But the worst mistake, Michael Hancock is done because he is. And then dear Denver boy, the worst mistake, he can do is be a hypocrite to the things that he has done his never owned them. Those things those new office with people and taxpayers money being able to pay off some of these shortcomings that he has done for restitution for people either terrible things that are happening at our event. Well, listen. I think he should be run out of office for lots of different reasons. But, but one alone that would justify it is turning on the cops. Because in my view he has become an anti cop guy on the left. Now you're not one of the cool kids, unless you're anti cops. I've got a lot of issues with him. But Craig bottom. Mine. Who do you think's gonna win? Right. I mean Jamie Gillis you swing the first time around and all you can do is create awareness. But that's just a blip on the radar sports on the radar right now. Hancock is somebody bit. I'm Dan, they're both very liberal, which I can imagine you hate and a lot of ways, but a strong word but yeah, right? I have opposite worldview. Sure. But I'm also realistic about the fact that this is a Denver election. So I don't view it as choice of evils because I don't view either as evil. I figure speech Jamie Gillis, man is I told her I know nothing about her. I, I mean, I told her that I don't know if she's going to be the best mayor of Denver or not. But I know she's not Michael Hancock. Taking swing swing at her on his very Leeming left program every day with a neck with how large why taking swings at her. What is vested interest? And why do you think that would you have been able to say what is NWEA C, P Banff, or would you've been able to answer that question? Probably. But here's what I'd say. Greg, as I said to Jamie kill us earlier, we have all, and maybe even the Sheikh of cherry creek has we have all had those moments when all of the sudden we go blank on something, and it doesn't make any sense. It doesn't mean we're suddenly stupid. It just happens to you means. And haven't you ever had one of those moments where, hey, you bump into somebody? Them for Dan. I am not going to dignify that Craig. So. It's very difficult. But you know what? What you know what they were intrinsically but I put you on the spot. I down, what is end up VP's have four. Yeah. Right. Vamp for tell me. Jamie Bill moment on threes. No Jamie Gillis moment, Greg. It's, it's national association for the advancement of color people. There's no Jamie Gillis moment. All I'm saying is we have all had those moments and for the Denver post, then to take that and try to turn it into a racial issue for Michael Hancock. To try to take it into a racial issue. I think. They men's lining up, you'll get everybody lining up to say, here's where it is. Because, you know, in politics, the name never change, Dan, just the headline. So the headlines are always the same just the names change. What they're doing right now is pushing the rock down the road. And you know what? I like Jamie Gillis. I think he would be a refreshing change, and especially woman, but you know what she has their chance man. Man. How can you say that, though? And listen, you know, Denver politics better Naidoo. I don't spend that much time focused on. But you got you got pen Tate and Lisa called her own lining up behind her. Both strong candidates who got some significant support. And I think the gender thing will work in her favor. I mean, come on. You've got this guy who engaged in this on the job, blatant, sexism. My opinion clear sexual harassment against a candidate. This can relate to that. But what they can't relate to the boxer. Disagree with you that and, you know, me I am. No saint. And certainly when I was single, I was no Saint, but no most guys cannot relate to who in the right mind. Sends that kind of text to a female subordinate two thousand bright. So cock is lightweight. He's always a lightweight is not a polish politician. Don't that for years. Yeah. Greg came in pre sheet the call, and it is great to hear your voice. And I hope we talk often Lutely. Thank you so much. Thank you. Take care. Greg Holland back. He used to spend a lot of time right where you are Ryan many, many years producing peach show. So always enjoy listening to Greg man, we are gonna have a big time, Monday already let me get a.

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"Around any. I try not jobs. Rule number one going to the doctor you put that off. Jesus. Her cholesterol tests because you have to fast. I yeah. For hours. It's actually not even twenty four hundred twenty. Look at the mall checks. I just could be one of your picket lines this weekend. Jamie. Bills that need to be paid. Alexa. Just perfect diming. I scared of that. I mean, you can't really procrastinate on that. No. And spring cleaning. I'd rather like the minute. It gets. Nice out. I want to go outside and play. I don't wanna be inside where I've just been for the last three months. And so then I don't want to do. So. Virtues. Yeah. I know Donnie another day. Oh, no, my for Meghan Markle's, baby. The Royal polo baby is like April second next Tuesday next. That's it. Julia pick the twenty seventh. That's fine. Donny pick like the tent maybe winning. Oh, really, well, if she goes over then you don't win it. What's the actual, wait a minute? Now, he goes over it goes to the person who was closest does. Does it? Support. From these two, which is the actual due date. Well. I think the baby was conceived during this polo polo field we can in the country. Bam. Bam. Bam. In july. And so that's why I like to call it little Puerto baby. Okay. That's all. My mom is convinced because of how high the baby is writing. Oh, girl. I thought boys were the high writers. No, I think boys, the old wives tales, boys. Right. Low girls. Right. Okay..

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10:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Bag Kibble dot com. I hear diving into the mail bag and many of us talking about this sense was outrageous gunman motoring five people and see bring Florida at a Bank, and I'm going to talk about that and go to some of those emails, so let's dive into it five people. The number murdered senselessly. A gunman takes hostages in the Florida Bank. Twenty one year old Zaphon Xavier is his name. And that's who he was identified as any way is to imagine that he was handcuffed pulled out of the Bank wearing a t shirt and khaki shorts. Look like any other person that would be in the Bank. Bottom line is he opened fire and took five lives allegedly. He is the suspect so five people senselessly murdered a tragic tragic day, apparently he he entered and locked the Bank. Enforce customers to be on the floor. And we see how these things go usually shut your mouth, you give me your cell phones. It's the money that the person or people are after when they're Bank robbers anyway, a man called police dispatch Wednesday afternoon reported he had fired shots inside the Bank and its team was sent in after him. He barricaded himself inside didn't negotiate refuse to negotiate after swat team bursts inside he finally surrendered, but they were the people on the floor and someone was walking around them and the allegedly it's him and the fries people are. You know, dead. So SunTrust was the Bank and the chairman and CEO Bill Rogers. What was he gonna Jimmy released? A statement saying the Bank is saddened by the incident. Fact, here's the quote our entire team warns this terrible loss. Of course, they do. I mean, this is the nineteenth mass shooting in twenty nineteen. What is happening? And I'll mention it again. See bring Florida. Why why they're why did that happen? Why at that time? And there are no great answers for this. And they're investigating of course, that and trying to figure out what it is that that sent him into this rage or into the Bank where he would do that. And then doesn't even it's not even about getting away with money and getting caught or some something goes awry during a Bank robbery. But that's what it looks like. So let's dive into the mail bags. This one is a from Xavier who says I live in Florida. I listened to the show I've been listening to you Kate for a long time. And I am so stunned by what happened in this Bank. It's one thing to tell people lay on the floor. Shut your mouth emptied. The drawers give me your wallet. Give me your purse. It's another thing in cold blood to execute five people. What in the heck is happening in our world. It's senseless. It's tragic. I can't imagine being a first responder in that situation. I think they should throw the blank book at him and absolutely needs to be the death penalty. Baby. All the way. This is why we should have the death penalty. Then there's this one for Marcia who says my two cents. This is senseless too bad. We can't just execute him. I notice bile to say that I suppose to people who are very sensitive. But this is why we. We have the death penalty. This is why is tragic when it goes away. And there is no way the families recover from it. No matter how much therapy. They get sorry to any psychologist or psychiatrist who'd be offended by that remark. But as somebody who's gone through a tragedy. I know it's not that easy to bounce back from well. I to share I would agree with that. It's not that easy to bounce back. Now, what do we know about the shooter because I've gotten Jamie Bill and also Rachel asked me. Okay. What do you know about the shooting suspect? And okay, here's what I know. I mentioned this. He's twenty one. He was low profile guy stormed into the Bank. And he is a far a former rather Florida Department of corrections officer trainee and what brought him there. What happened there? He was hired to work at a Correctional Institute near the Avon park air force. Range is what they're saying. But resigned on January ninth. So he was hired, but he resigned no explanation for the resignation. He had a social media. Because of course, they scrub that hit a Facebook page that listed nine friends and not much just a single photo. That's that's it. And then there's some interest in video games daas style music. In other words, they're scrubbing everything they can find on him, and especially scouring social media, and they were trying to negotiate to get the to get them out to exit the Bank, but they weren't successful. They kept trying trying trying and then that was it. So if you wanna get a sense of where this was the son banged Nichols Bank. Seib. Ring is about eight miles west of the euro beach ninety four southeast of Tampa. I've spent some time either going through there or being in that area, and he gets SunTrust Bank. This son. Trust Bank just was targeted. And we'll probably find out more about why they're did it happen. There was the interest in that particular Bank was kind of a random thing. You know? We'll put it that way. Are you something else worth talking about? And this is something that I mentioned when we first had the shutdown that, you know, if you want this to end, you call in sick, and you get everybody who works at the airport to call him six so unions representing air traffic controllers airline pilots flight attendants issued a joint statement warning of serious safety concerns in the air travel industry, if the partial government shutdown continues because it's forced air traffic controllers air marshals etcetera and other safety workers to work without pay. And you know, this is an industry where are kind of risk averse, and this is exactly what the statement said in our risk averse industry. We can't even calculate the level of risk. Currently a play nor predict the point at which the entire system will break on precedent. If thank you. I was waiting for somebody to say that. I'm certainly wasn't the only talk show host saying this because you know, it's about opinions and looking at the situation and all angles from this. But of course, it's dangerous. So the Federal Aviation Administration response unions concerns, they shoot back, and they say, well, I mean, listen to this statement, the FAA partially that partially the FAA continually reviews and analyzes the performance of the national airspace systems to assisted safety and efficiency. Well. It's not safe. How can it be safe? How could you claim that it could be safe, and they're not saying that because you can never one hundred percent, but the staff shortages across the country were listen, you got air traffic controllers were working sixty hours a week without pay. And they're saying flat out the government needs to open now because they they do they have incentive to keep working out a paycheck. I just wanted to think for a second. Could you got a paycheck? Which would you work that a paycheck, even if you're making it, and I'm going to say that people are making it. No, they're not working without a paycheck, the people who are hand to mouth. They don't want to work without a pay. Nobody wants to work for that pay check. They don't they don't wanna do that. So this isn't good. I mean, there are limitations and those limitations are being stretched. But will the Democrats given I don't think the president gives it. He wants the wall. It wasn't funded period end of story. And I don't think that needle moves. I don't I don't see that happening. And so having said that he's not going to blink the Democrats would have to blink. They're the ones that are going to have to if anything different is going to happen here. If there's going to be some sort of a compromise outcome, whatever that's desirable to end the shutdown. That's where it has to happen. Right. It has to happen there period. Period. Meanwhile, while were wrestling with that and all of your sending emails, I got this Email from Chuck who says, you know, you've talked about China before you talked about finances you've had investment people unfed stockbrokers on. Did you see that China is going to top the US is the number one retail market in twenty nineteen? According to a report that was just released read it this morning and the Wall Street Journal are you stunned by this. What are your thoughts about this with the struggles that we've had with China, and what's at stake? Well, do you think we wanna come in second third or fourth and anything while some things we clearly don't care about I'm healthcare in the mass the data's but retail sales in China forecast to grow seven point five percent, and how much money there's five point six trillion baby in two thousand nineteen now who's coming up with these numbers. It's Emaar worldwide retail commerce forecast. They take a lot of pride in putting that together. Slam. Bam. Thank you. We through these numbers out there. US retail sales are projected to increase three point three percent to five point five trillion. So we're right on their tail grossest slowing for both countries. Of course. And this is the forecast that China's expected to outpace the US through twenty twenty two why rising incomes their catapulting a lot of their people in the middle class while we're crushing and killing the middle class there.

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10:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Kibble dot com. Diving into the mailbag in many us talking about this senseless outrageous gunman murdering five people and see bring Florida at a Bank, and I'm going to talk about that and go to some of those emails, so let's dive into it size people the number murdered extensively. A gunman takes hostages in the Florida Bank. Twenty one year old deafen Xavier is his name. And that's who he was identified as anyway is to imagine that he was ham cost pulled out of the Bank wearing a tee shirt and khaki shorts. Look like any other person that would be in the Bank. Bottom line is he opened fire and took five lives allegedly. He is the suspect so five people senselessly murdered a tragic tragic day, apparently he he entered and locked the Bank ten force. Customers to be on the floor. And we see how these things go usually shut your mouth, you give me your cell phones. It's the money that the person or people are after when they're Bank robbers anyway, a man called police dispatch Wednesday afternoon reported he had fired shots inside the Bank. And the swat team was sent in after him. He barricaded himself inside didn't negotiate refuse to negotiate after the swat team bursts inside he finally surrendered. But. They were the people were on the floor and someone was walking around them and allegedly. It's him and the the five people are. You know, dead. So SunTrust was the Bank and the chairman and CEO Bill Rogers. What was he gonna do released? A statement saying the Bank is saddened by the incident. And fact, here's the quote our entire team warns this terrible loss. Of course, they do. I mean, this is the nineteenth mass shooting in twenty nineteen. What is happening? And I'll mention his again, see bring Florida. Senseless. Why why they're why did that happen? Why at that time? And there are great answers for this. And they're investigating of course, that and trying to figure out what it is that that sent him into this rage or into the Bank where he would do that. And then doesn't even it's not even about getting away with money and getting caught or some something goes awry during a Bank robbery, but that's what it looks like. So let's dive into the mailbox. This one is a from Xavier who says I live in Florida. I listened to the show I've been listening to you Kate for a long time. And I am so stunned by what happened in this Bank. It's one thing to tell people lay on the floor. Shut your mouth emptied. The drawers give me your wallet. Gimme your purse. It's another thing in cold blood to execute five people. What in the heck is happening in our world. It's senseless. It's tragic. I can't imagine being a first responder in that city. I think they should throw the blank book at him. And absolutely it needs to be the death penalty. Baby. All the way. This is why we should have the death penalty. Then there's this one for Marcia who says my two cents. This is senseless too bad. We can't just to execute him. I know it's vile to say that I suppose to people who are very sensitive. But this is why we have the death penalty. This is why it's tragic when it goes away, and there is no way the families recover from it. No matter how much therapy. They get sorry to any psychologist or psychiatrist who'd be offended by that remark. But as somebody who's gone through a tragedy. I know it's not that easy to bounce back from well to share. I would agree with that. It's not that easy to bounce back. Now, what do we know about the shooter because I've gotten Jamie. Bill and also, Rachel asked me. Okay. What do you know about the shooting suspect? And okay, here's what I know. I mentioned this. He's twenty one. He was low profile guys stormed into the Bank. And he is a far former rather Florida Department of corrections officer training and what brought him there. What happened there? He was hired to work at a Correctional Institute near the Avon park. Air force range is what they're saying. But resigned on January ninth. So he was hired, but he resigned no explanation for the resignation. He had a little bit of a presence on social media. Because of course, they scrub that hit a Facebook page that listed nine friends and not much just a single photo. That's that's it. And then there's some interest in video games Goth style news, dick, in other words, they're scrubbing everything they can find on him, and especially scouring social media, and they were trying to negotiate to get the. To get them out to exit the Bank, but they weren't successful. They kept trying trying trying and then that was it. So if you want to get a sense of where this was the son banged the singles Bank. See bring is about eight miles west of Vero beach ninety four southeast of Tampa. I've spent some time either going through there or being in that area, and they begin SunTrust Bank down Suncoast this son. Trust Bank just was targeted. And we'll probably find out more about why they're why did it happen there? What was the interest in that particular Bank was just kind of a random thing? Again. We'll put it that way. All right something else worth talking about. And this is something that I mentioned when we first had the shutdown that if you want this to end you call in sick. And you get everybody who works at the airport to call in six so unions representing air traffic controllers airline pilots flight attendants issued a joint statement warning of serious safety concerns in the air travel industry, if the partial government shutdown continues because it's forced air traffic. Controller's air marshals excetera and other safety workers to work without pay. And you know, this is an industry where are kind of risk averse, and this is exactly what the statement said in our risk averse industry. We can't even calculate the level of risk urrently play nor predict the point at which the entire system will break. It's on president. Thank you. I was waiting for someone to say that was. I'm certainly wasn't the only talk show host saying this because you know, it's about opinions and looking at the situation and all angles from this. But of course, it's dangerous. So the Federal Aviation Administration response to the unions concerns, they shoot back, and they say, well, I mean, listen to the statement, the FAA partially that partially the FAA continually reviews and analyzes the performance of the national airspace systems to assess the safety and efficiency. Well, it's not safe. How can it be safe? How could you claim that it could be safe, and they're not saying that because you can never one hundred percent, but the staff shortages across the country were listen, you got air traffic controllers who working sixty hours a week without pay. And they're saying flat out the government needs to open. Now, they have incentive to keep working without a paycheck. I just wanted to think for a second could you work without a paycheck. Which would you? Work that a paycheck, even if you're making it, and I'm going to say the people who are making it. No, they're not working without a paycheck. The people who are hand to mouth. They don't want to work without a pay. Nobody wants to work for that a pay check. They don't they don't wanna do that. So this isn't good. I mean, there are limitations and there's limitations are being stretched. But will the Democrats given? I don't think the president gives it. He wants the wall. He wasn't funded period end of story. And I don't think that needle moves. I don't I don't see that happening. And so having said that he's not going to blink the Democrats would have to blink. They're the ones that are going to have to blink. If anything different is going to happen here. If there's going to be some sort of a compromise outcome, whatever that's desirable to end the shutdown. That's where it has to happen. Right. It has to happen there. Eerie it period. Meanwhile, while we're wrestling with that and all of your sending emails about it. I got this Email from Chuck who says know, you've talked about China before you talked about finances you've had investment people on stockbrokers on. Did you see that China is going to top the US is the number one retail market in two twenty nineteen? According to a report that was just released. I read it this morning in the Wall Street Journal. Are you stunned by this? What are your thoughts about this with the struggles that we've had with China, and what's at stake? Well, do you think we want to come in second third or fourth and anything? Well, some things we clearly don't care about healthcare in the mass the data's but retail sales in China forecast to grow seven point five percent, and how much money does five point six trillion baby in two thousand nineteen now who's coming up with these numbers. It's emarketer's worldwide retail commerce forecast. They take a lot of pride putting. Together, slam. Bam. Thank you. We through these numbers out there. US retail sales are projected increase three point three percent to five point five trillion. So we're right on their tail growth is slowing for both countries. Of course. And this is the forecast that China is expected to outpace the US through twenty twenty two why rising incomes their catapulting a lot of their people in the middle class while we're crushing and killing the middle class there elevating the middle class,.

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04:53 min | 2 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Darting into the mail bag and many of you talking about this senseless. Outrageous gunman murdering five people in see bring Florida at a Bank, and I'm going to talk about that and go to some of those emails, so let's dive into it five people. The number murdered senselessly. A gunman takes hostages in the Florida Bank. Twenty one year old Zaphon Xavier is his name. And that's who he was identified as anyway. So imagine that he he was hand cost pulled out of the Bank wearing a tee shirt and khaki shorts. Look like any other person that would be in the Bank. Bottom line is he opened fire and took five lives allegedly. He is the suspect so five people senselessly murdered a tragic tragic day, apparently he he entered and locked the Bank. Ten force customers. To be on the floor. And we see how these things go usually shut your mouth, you give me your cell phones. It's the money that the person or people are after when they're Bank robbers anyway, a man called police dispatch Wednesday afternoon reported he had fired shots inside the Bank. And the swab team was sent in after him. He barricaded himself inside didn't negotiate refuse to negotiate after the swat team bursts inside he finally surrendered. But. They were the people were on the floor and someone was walking around them the Leslie it's him and the five people are. You know, dead. So SunTrust was the Bank and the chairman and CEO Bill Rogers. What was he gonna do? Releases a statement saying the Bank is saddened by the incident. In fact, here's the quote our entire team warns this terrible loss. Of course, they do. I mean, this is the nineteenth mass shooting in twenty nineteen. What is happening? And I'll mention this again, see bring Florida. Senseless. Why why they're why did that happen? Why at that time? And there are no great answers for this. And they're investigating of course, that and trying to figure out what it is that that sent him into this rage or into the Bank where he would do that. And then doesn't even it's not even about getting away with money and getting caught or some something goes awry during a Bank robbery, but that's what it looks like. So let's dive into the mail bag. This one is a from Xavier who says I live in Florida. I listened to this. I've been listening to you UK for a long time. And I am so stunned by what happened in this Bank. One thing to tell people lay on the floor or shut your mouth empty the drawers. Give me your wallet. Gimme your purse. It's another thing in cold blood, execute five people. What in the heck is happening in our world. It's senseless. It's tragic. I can't imagine being a first responder in that. Situation. I think they should throw the blank book at 'em. And absolutely needs to be the death penalty. Baby. All the way this is why we should have the death penalty. Then there's this one for Marcia who says my two cents. This is senseless too bad. We can't just execute him. I know it's bile to say that I suppose to people who are very sensitive. But this is why we have the death penalty. This is why it's tragic when it goes away, and there is no way the families recover from it. No matter how much therapy. They get sorry to any psychologist or psychiatrist who would be offended by that remark. But as somebody who's gone through a tragedy. I know it's not that easy to bounce back from well to share. I would agree with that. It's not that easy to bounce back. Now, what do we know about the the shooter have gotten, Jamie? Bill and also, Rachel asked me. Okay. What do you know about the shooting suspect? And okay, here's what I know. I mentioned this. He's twenty one. He was low profile guys stormed into the Bank. And he is a far former rather Florida Department of corrections officer training and what brought him there. What happened there? He was hired to work at a Correctional Institute near the Avon park. Air force range is what they're saying. But resigned on January ninth. So he was hired, but he resigned no explanation for the resignation. He had a little bit of a presence on social media. Because of course, they scrub that had a Facebook page that listed nine friends and not much just a single photo..

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10:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Here we are diving into the mail bag, and many are you talking about this senseless outrageous. Gunman murdering five people in see bring Florida at a Bank. And I'm going to talk about that and go to some of those emails, so let's dive into it five people. The number murdered senselessly. A gunman takes hostages in the Florida Bank. Twenty one year old Zaphon Xavier is his name. And that's who he was identified as anyway. So imagine that he was handcuffed pulled out of the Bank wearing a t shirt and khaki shorts. Look like any other person that would be in the Bank. Bottom line is he opened fire and took five lives allegedly. He is the suspect so five people senselessly murdered a tragic tragic day, apparently he he entered and the Bank ten force customers to be on the floor. And we see how these things go usually shut your mouth, you give me your cell phones. It's the money that the person or people are after when they're Bank robbers anyway, a man called police dispatch Wednesday afternoon reported he had fired shots inside the Bank. And the swat team was sent in after him, you barricaded himself inside didn't go. She ate refused to negotiate after swat team bursts inside he finally surrendered. But. They were the people were on the floor and someone was walking around them and the Leslie it's him and the five people are. Dead. So SunTrust was the Bank and the chairman and CEO Bill Rogers. What was he gonna do? Releases a statement saying the Bank is saddened by the incident. In fact, here's the quote our entire team warns this terrible loss. Of course, they do. I mean, this is the nineteenth mass shooting in twenty nineteen. What is happening? And I'll mention it again. See bring Florida. Sense was why why they're why did that happen? Why at that time? And there are no great answers for this. And they're investigating of course, that and trying to figure out what it is that that sent him into this rage or into the Bank where he would do that. And then doesn't even it's not even about getting away with money and getting caught or some something goes awry during a Bank robbery, but that's what it looks like. So let's dive into the mail bag. This one is a from Xavier who says I live in Florida. I listened to the show and listening to you Kate for a long time. And I am so stunned by what happened in this Bank. It's one thing to tell people lay on the floor. Shut your mouth emptied. The drawers give me your wallet. Gimme your purse. It's another thing in cold blood to execute five people. What in the heck is happening in our world. It's senseless. It's tragic. I can't imagine being a first responder in that city. I think they should throw the blank book at him. And absolutely it needs to be the death penalty. Baby. All the way. This is why we should have the death penalty. Then there's this one for Marcia who says my two cents. This is senseless too bad. We can't just execute him vile to say that I suppose to people who are very sensitive. But this is why we have the death penalty. This is why is tragic when it goes away. And there is no way the families recover from it. No matter how much therapy. They get sorry to any psychologist or psychiatrist who'd be offended by that remark. But as somebody who's gone through a tragedy. I know it's not that easy to bounce back from well Touche. I would agree with that. It's not that easy to bounce back. Now, what do we know about the the shooter because I've gotten Jamie. Bill and also, Rachel asked me. Okay. What do you know about the shooting suspect? And okay, here's what I know. I mentioned this. He's twenty one. He was low profile guys stormed into the Bank. And he is a far a former rather Florida Department of corrections officer training and what brought him there. What happened there? He was hired to work at a Correctional Institute near the Avon park. Air force range is what they're saying. But resigned on January ninth. So he was hired, but he resigned no explanation for the resignation. He had a little bit of a presence on social media. Because of course, they scrub that he had a Facebook page that listed nine friends to not much just a single photo. That's that's it. And then there's some interest in video games Goth style music. In other words, they're scrubbing everything they can find on him, and especially scouring social media, and they were trying to negotiate to get the to get them out to exit the Bank, but they weren't successful. They kept trying trying trying and then that was it. So if you wanna get a sense of where this was the son banged the Suncoast Bank. Seib. Ring is about eight miles west of Vero beach ninety four southeast of Tampa. I've spent some time either going through there are being in that area and SunTrust Bank. Suncoast this son trust Bank, just was targeted. And we'll probably find out more about why they're why did it happen there? What was the interest in that particular Bank was just kind of a random thing? You know? We'll put it that way. All right something else worth talking about. And this is something that I mentioned when we first had the shutdown that if you want this to end you call in sick. And you get everybody who works at the airport to call and six so unions representing air traffic controllers airline pilots flight attendants issued a joint statement warning of serious safety concerns in the air travel industry, if the partial government shutdown continues because it's forced air traffic controllers air marshals etcetera and other safety workers to work without pay and this is an industry where are kind of risk averse, and this is exactly what the statement said in our risk averse industry. We can't even calculate the level of risk currently play nor predict the point at which the entire system will break, it's on precedent at thank you. I was waiting for someone to say that was. I'm certainly wasn't the only talk show host saying this because you know, it's about opinions and looking at the situation and all angles from this. But of course, it's dangerous. So the Federal Aviation Administration response to the unions concerns, they shoot back, and they say, I mean, listen to the statement, the FAA partially that partially the FAA continually reviews and analyzes the performance of the national airspace systems to assess the safety and efficiency. Well. It's not safe. How can it be safe? How could you claim that it could be safe, and they're not saying that because you can never one hundred percent, but the staff shortages across the country were listen, you got air traffic controllers were working sixty hours a week without pay. And they're saying flat out the government needs to open now because they they do they have incentive to keep working without a paycheck. I just wanted to think for a second could you work without a paycheck, which would you work that a paycheck, even if you're making it, and I'm going to say the people who are making it. No, they're not working without a paycheck, the people who were hand to mouth. They don't wanna work without a pay. Nobody wants to work for that a pay check. They don't. They don't wanna do that. So this isn't good. I mean, there are limitations and those limitations are being stretched. But will the Democrats given? I don't think the president gives it. He wants the wall. He wants it funded period end of story. And I don't think that needle news. I don't I don't see that happening. And so having said that he's not going to blink the Democrats would have to blink. They're the ones that are going to have to blink is anything different is going to happen here. There's going to be some sort of a compromise outcome, whatever that's desirable to end the shutdown. That's where it has dappled and bright. It has to happen there. Eerie it period. Meanwhile, while were wrestling with that and all of your sending emails about it. I got this Email from Chuck who says, you know, you've talked about China before you talked about finances you've had investment people on stockbrokers on. Did you see that China is going to top the US is the number one retail market in twenty nineteen? According to a report that was just released. I read it this morning in the Wall Street Journal. Are you stunned by this? What are your thoughts about this with the struggles that we've had with China, and what's at stake? Well, do you think we want to come in second third or fourth in anything? Well, some things we clearly don't care about healthcare in the mass the data's but retail sales in China forecast to grow seven point five percent five point six trillion baby in two thousand nineteen now who's coming up with these numbers. It's Emaar worldwide retail and e commerce forecast, they take a lot of pride and putting. Together, slam. Bam. Thank you. We through these numbers that out there. US retail sales are projected to increase three point three percent to five point five trillion. So we're right on their tail grosses slowing for both countries. Of course. And this is the forecast that China's expected to outpace the US through twenty twenty two why rising incomes their catapulting a lot of their people into the middle class while we're crushing and killing the middle class there elevating the middle class, and.

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"jamie bill" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"In fact, just a heads up. Unfortunately, I don't think we have control over what ads go in front of our known for one wholeheartedly, support them spending money and that money going to us. I would say to our listeners watched the entire ad and then click on it. Oh yeah. And then leave that tab open around. Click on some things read through every page of their website or read through every page of the website. Click on everything engage as much as you can with those. Every has the money. Yes, this actually reminds me of all right. Click counts, sorry to respond entirely in the opposite way that he would have expected. But yeah, that reminds me this was from pretty recently. Actually. YouTube actually got slammed for having anti-gay ads on some gay videos. Like on creators of it was from like some organization that was promoting, I don't know. Like I guess they were against conversion. Yeah. Interesting when that kind of happens because it's all just bro. This is what happens when you let raisins. Defend the robots, win, Jamie. Bill Smith was talking about near robot. What he was warning us. We teach the robots context. Fucking robot pocket website. Humans can't even operate with context. We need to teach the humans context so that they can teach the robots context. Yeah. Yeah. We'll teach a robot to teach. Hopefully we can get the robots to avoid a lot of cognitive bias and be nice long as they're not fascist robots. I think we're fine as long as they're incorruptible. I'm fine. That's a big if. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, Dennis, do you have any strong opinions about what ads play before people here? You're melodious voice announcing our arrival. Well, the only the only concern I have about ads that play before video are that you can quit them after four seconds or five things. I don't like these. Hear your video will proceed in thirty seconds. Drone on and on and you're waiting. The sound post at Pakalitha swirled YouTube premium. So I don't even metal army. I mean. Yeah, that's not that only because I watched so much you too. Wasting years of your life. If you. Off time living, not waste as much minimize that king. Spending money on things. The nonprofits has a patriot and. Need you to help us be us in the intro. Oh, yeah. Yeah, wag of my finger. Yeah. So it is patriotic dot com. Slash the nonprofits, and that is where you can go to become a patron of the nonprofits, and there's lots of excellent stuff there. Yeah. They still have it up. And I feel like I'm, I mean, you know, there's more things but there. I mean, basically it's limited per show, so we're not going to Jack around trying to take your money. You have entire control for how much when and if you give us enough money for us to buy bread. So we don't starve in our twenty orphaned children that we've adopted from, Ghana can live, but that's fine. Don't give us money range today. Singles subscription per month, a single well, it's it's her show for a split second. I was like, oh no, the children have plenty of room to run around. That's how we have that around. But no, it's it's by creation. So you do a like over, ah, per episode, donation amount, and then you can. You can limit it so you say, but per month per month. And I think we. I remind my patrons is key. Yeah, you can cap it per month which I is a feature I didn't know about which always stopped me from doing YouTube channels because I was gonna create like a million tiny videos because of the ideas I had. And I was like, there's no way you could get it. One dollar per video thirty second thing. But yeah, so you can cap it. You can cap it four. You can cabinet to cabinet one. We're only gonna produce, you know, first and third, Wednesday episode episode month. But if you wanna donate monthly, you can say, okay, I want a five hundred dollar donation and then limit once a month..

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"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"We call me by your name i was like i kind of know where this goes in here and just it's something that i don't look back on fondly in a in a wistful way although i feel else fuck dumb and call me by your name economy more deserved because like everything to have yeah sure yeah yeah live with this when it kind of just were like all right this this resolution does happens abruptly ended that's the way it happened to rural life i kudos for them for writer keeping it you know uh on the to you but yeah it was just felt like martin is right than the the narrative with the little awful i mean again if it was a real thing i can't really same thing yeah yeah i i don't like i said i really like movie with the performances i think kind of overcome anything in the even before mrs bassem of the people we mentioned weasley naturally we usually but nestle redgrave plays gloria grams mother is she's really good in their areas that i love her yes she's always good always in assad of our two i got listen i i loved the effort this put in the movie for the relationship that it has and it's not going to be for everybody understandably understandably i i enjoyed the movie enough that i will give it a low full price not anything where is going to earn any awards anything like that but those performances deserve a lot of attention on then going on here but mean come on the same in the same boat you are a the performances in here are phenomenal i think especially with jamie bill and annette benning leading in their relationship fills legit it feels like to something tangible there and that's not something you see a lot in in hollywood films especially recently uh and then outside of that yeah the families doing some great acting and then you have introduced to her mother and her sister who come in and do so whilst yellow se but and then.

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"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"One which one too much the ruling yeah they they they they she has very similar features so nothing else it got that down and when you say jamie bill jamie and i was thinking jimmy bill not so much and he even more when i saw who jia who are good lawyer graham data earlier get gunning side howard actually he looks more like like jamie bill than the other gather dated him right there you don't now the here's the anna i do they do like you sleep at a coffin he's he's sucking her utah he or she stuck in years away talion vampires asi daughter mess but you know the the thing that uh i think that the you know the eu can cast people and he look similar but that the performances of what really counts in allied you guys felt about it but i was like man when you have a movie let me move this up little basakan show ula some here we have a movie where you get an older woman dayton a young guy i mean that women could be like three years older than his do and people gone for some reason we decided to set up there he's gone kind of question a little bit harder to do when you got a woman was almost thirty years old and in some do a woman who is almost thirty years old and some guy in day they managed to make that believable in his film i think right off the bat phnom speak of a myself of course right off the bat though the weather flirting the way they first meeting each other is just like any young couple of any couple who meet each other in almost have an instant attraction i thought that that that nothing else data's what sold me in the movie young as james bill and a net been.

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"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Naturally we usually but nestle redgrave plays gloria grams mother is she's really good in their answers i love her yes she's always good always in assad of or two i listen i i loved the effort this put in the movie for the relationship that had has and it's not be for everybody understandably understandably i i enjoyed the movie enough that i will give it a low full price not anything where is going to earn any awards anything like that but those performances deserve a lot of attention on then going on here but um i mean come on the same in the same boat you are a the performances in here are phenomenal i think especially with jamie bill and annette bening leading in their relationship fills legit it feels like to something tangible there and that's not something you see a lot in uh in hollywood films especially recently uh and then outside of that yeah the families doing some great acting and then you have introduced to her mother and her sister who come in and do so whilst yellow i see but in then you look like comments that are earlier the cinema target for here's is it's really good but there's a lot of times in his movie where the budget shows there is that once seen on their we saw her smoking on the on the balcony that that's an obvious backdrop of new york city at allegro year when they're in like la like you could tell they're not really on the beach and things like that so i i would think that some of them might the the might be trying to make that marginally fake because you know they're trying to make you say is this relationship fake you know is this a dream where that the libanais like up their shot right there in a shots with the going down the beach and in other walking down the street eat at the moment way the ec to stop dark right there but will never forget is off sunny and live with that's the thing when it's when it's done like it's sunny unlit well when they're on the beaches see at the butterfly and it is felt like again that that honeymoon moment that was the all right this that's deserved there but that.

"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Liverpool and in one of his whole she was a afflict on koa new slow humphrey bogart on on ninewicket they need him going gut during a woman when i want to do the mayhem when you're original song by elvis tested no this is a movie a lot of people saying karaganov looked at the oscars i mean that some people just stand is not even for the film itself maybe four just before mrs peter turner in more so blow graham they're play by of old when that never went unnoticed bill jamie bill and annette benning i'll tell you the before we talk about how with his we've got shunned another how great it is casting they got it i'll i was wondering why jimmy bells hair was like that but when you so the picture of peter turner i say okay i get it yeah and it's monica speaking to kazunaga some about jamie bell there but if you look at a younger a young is show younger blow your grab you can see annette benning right there yeah but as she got older you know they have all the pictures the blood of glory graham and she does at times really get has a net beginning in all weeklies lynch martin hoke which would much yeah they they know the dnc she has very similar features so nothing else got that down in but when you say jamie bill jamie and i was thinking jimmy bill not so much and he even more when i saw who g a who are good lawyer graham data earlier get gunning side would actually he looks more like like jamie bill than the other gather dated him right there you don't now the hiroshima the anna i do that'd do like you sleep at a coffee.

"jamie bill" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Movie stars don't die dying without here yeah i wanna see that things are the two movies at i wanted to see this week with the post and moviestar stand on hollywood yet the two movies whatever the two movies that lima certainly now he related movies that you enrich richard wanted to see where mali's game and dollar minority all the money in world and i hadn't zero designers right next week i'm having the first table read of the musical that i've written so you're the reason i describe this is a man caves i have a printer inherit box will the staff i'm just it's every the all like backs as the last two years of my life evolving dedicated to getting to this point of that happening and wonderfully blissfully we have the show that were really requires me to see navies in what about something it's time to see a movie hamma got to do this and i thought maybe i'll just kept richard to come and see moviestars time by don't die in los angeles and he absolutely hades jamie bill wouldn't see it i'm not a huge fan slash a really aren't like idris elbe in a lot of things sometimes a seem and i thank you for taking great you could be bond and then other times are seamer think econ act sorry but it's a record i love stringer bell from the wire and i love i love your cell but i had no idea he was english and the amid an office geico's telling you off of mike although i have aegis elba used to do security it comedy clubs in ally and the sentence trip and people noticed him but anyway the point is i was like oh maybe i went cds whatever and so we ended up seeing a late movie that i could go to with you guys and recording the cher really late and it was all very much perfunctory from me right and i loved it i'm so glad that i went i know so for like two hours and twenty minutes long yes so it let me just refer i just wanna tell what happened to me in the theater yet we.

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"jamie bill" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"jamie bill" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"The latest and lowest prices on the right hotel for you you could save up to thirty percent on great hotels around the world and with two hundred eighty new traveler contributions posted every minute including by people like me you'll always find the latest reviews on hotels things to do and restaurants across the globe you can visit trip adviser dot com slash gold men and use the promo code trip ten and remember for the freshest reviews and lowest prices make trip adviser the last you look before you book so next up is richards conversation with jimmy bell the star of film stars don't die in liverpool while i'm here sitting across table from jamie bill welcome thank you you and your wife were looking out the window and gazing out of you not been in this building before no i've action of a been down to this town oh well actually ever while welcome were glad that we could be your first time that's a good feeling so you're kind of at the tail end of what has been a pretty long press tour junket i don't know what the proper term is for four film stars don't die in liverpool which is finally coming out on the 29th earn at the embassy yes yeah um but i i saw the telluride where it it wasn't something i'll be honest it was on my radar going into the festival yeah but then when i found out who was in it and i said okay this is you know this could be something special so i'm curious like how did you get involved with it like when did it make an impression on you as it just reading the script or yes i mean i was so sent the script less early let leicester and i i knew nothing by glory grandma you nothing about the subject of the film only knew was annette benning was in it and i read it in feverishly just because it if it had her in it i wanted to be a part of it but i really thought it was a bizarre piece of fiction i couldn't quite wrote my head around the story so eccentric and so unexpected and so can of unbelievable to a degree and then when i met barbara broccoli who produce the foam she told me that she knew glory grim and pita ternent subjects the film personally and.

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