14 Burst results for "Jason Moore"
"jason moore" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"The Celtics. Do we know that? Like you're saying, here's why I know he's disgruntled. Here's my thing, Jeff. Were there smoke this fire? Somebody's getting something from somebody. And I know this makes probably bob uncomfortable. But I mean, let's preface this. If Jalen Brown is unhappy bob, this is a really big problem for the Celtics and what do they do about it? This is where social media is a mess. We all know that. It's just kind of discussion. This feeling wouldn't have been emerged 25 years ago. But it's here. I'm just asking, I'm trying to frame the discussion. We want to take away from what he's been saying that he feels himself in competition for fan approval with Jayson Tatum specifically. Is this like, let's say, the public is mommy and daddy. And they're the kids. And you know, you love you love Jason Moore than me and look, my points, I always have as many points as him. I'm a great defensive player. I've done this video in the finals. Yeah, I was there in the files. And yet, mom, mommy and daddy still love him more. Why? I mean, I don't think it's the organization that is sending out these messages to him. So this is where, you know, if we could live in a bubble and stop worrying about what the, you know, some guys tweeting and instagramming and TikTok and any other. They can't. That's the problem. Some of them can't. Some of them do a great job of it. And others read everything. And, you know, they write maybe he sees my tweets through other people. I know he does. I know he does. Because I think he's liked him or liked other people commenting on my tweets that he should have been traded or should have been on the block months ago. And I still stand by it. I still stand by the fact that I think Brad Beal is a better player and a better fit for the Celtics. That doesn't take away from the fact that I think Jalen Brown is a hell of a player has gotten so much better as.
"jason moore" Discussed on Neue Encounter
"Well while no people said that she's like a very white presence in the market and everything but that's probably because she still has a presence throughout the whole movie. She's a part of the movie. She's just people's use a part of the path that the reverend mother plays planted by did whatever she is that path for them to the reverend mothers won- like this whole they do this whole genetic line where they specifically get genetics and everything all these people to get the quiz sites. Something something has wrecked. That's something like that. It's like the one that's fucking neil. The way i just said the one. And you're still trying to fuck. Say the weird words But it's like they're holy messiah. Whatever so that's just another thing where this called dune messiah is also. That's just another part of the whole religious aspect of it and so they believe that paul is the one and it's where don't look like them onto you look like a little boy the way she just roasts him though she said i would not have let you call my friends. Don't worry he's a skilled fighter. He'll he won't let you suffer. I think one of the shots that sticks with me is the one possible future. Where he's he returns to on world's ends and days with them and now floating. I'm like ooh no that one on charge of everything. I wash new rockstars video. And he pointed out that behind him is the the one guy that he kills. So it's a possible future probably won't happen justice now. I like my favorite part is when they're kissing but she stops him. Oh yeah i'm like ooh. I wonder why it's because she's giving him blade bud giving it to them just handing it to them. Now was 'cause later when they said when you take a life you take your own life. So i thought it went back to. So when she's killing him. I thought it was like at some point. He's going to kill her and so that's him taking his own life because he calls her. I thought to like because every time he's killing a new or like he's dying in these scenarios like other people aren't dying. He's dying in the visions. Yes so when so. I loses the one on one. I'm picturing since they said like oh when you kill like when you take a life you also take your own life like there's that little voice over when they're fighting. I'm like so. Are these vision. Saying like these are people that he kills and so but we're seeing him dying because he killed six people and now he's taking his own life like he's taking a chunk of his life because he's just racking up like deaths now. I think it's he enough i think. Because when he when he when he kills them on the other guy in the one on one he is. He's killing him he's taking a life and then he's taking his own life or killing himself or whatever because he's killing his old young self letting go of being the duke whatever and he's going to be the messiah he's going to be the one for the firm and then for everyone and he's taking that path because that's that's real life in real. I'm talking about the vision baby. Oh in the visions and all of the visions. That he has he he dies he gets stabbed and yes in the voice over while they're really fighting. It just made me go okay. So in these visions that we previously had our he because he clearly doesn't die he doesn't die. He's very good fighter. I just went in. I presumed that these visions were like oh man is he. These are people that he killed. He's having visioned that he's dying because he's taking his own life whatever clearly. I'm wrong since nick doesn't understand. Jason moore also dies which was kind of sad but i mean you can also paul was like dead also.
"jason moore" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"And it was like, so it was like something strange that people were surprised they liked, you know? And I felt even though 30 rock had so much success, 30 work was kind of a build too, you know? 30 rock was never a classical hit. You know, in terms of it was never in the days of rating bananas. It was always like, tells you that's a problem with the culture and networks other than not the show because it's like, why is that? All know shows that were very successful that were like seriously. But how was 30 rock? And yeah, so yeah. Wow. So it didn't feel like it was like pitch perfect as my first movie until pitch two came out. And when could she came out and did really well and grow records and stuff like that, then it was like, oh, I think this is still successful now. And if you pitch perfect three, yeah. Yeah. Even the casting of that because the cast was just so fantastic. And this was incredible. Yeah, I mean, that's all the producers and Jason Moore and, you know, like, the one thing I can sort of claim to is rebel, Wilson, because I saw her arrived mates, and that I realized we were Facebook friends. And I was like, she would be perfect. Like we had a little bit of trouble casting fat Amy because I think, you know, it's a swing. It's a swing, right? And so I sent rebel the script through Facebook. And I didn't say I was just like, just read it, see if you respond to anything. And because she was a big 30 rock fan. So she had sought me out to be Facebook friends. Oh, that's great. And then she read it, and she wrote back, like, I think I could make a smashing that Amy. And then I was there for her audition and like, you know, like sort of the rest is history. It's just like, wow, because isn't it funny? I bet Hollywood hates social media because you can just go around and go like, I'll just go to Facebook and hit her up. Right, right, right? Instead of going, of course, now, agent Dakota people and have a middle man and, you know, like, sometimes it's hoops to get to somebody. But now social media like you eat heaps are gone. That way. Right. It was like the right place right. Time in a way because she had a small part on bridesmaids, and it was like, oh, she's so funny and so ready to be this unknown. Yeah. And on bridesmaids, she just stole every scene she was in was hilarious. Every single her with the frozen peas. I know. Yeah, yeah. Well, banged up. So the message here, by the way, so for aspiring writers and directors, contact K on Facebook and we now it's more of a TikTok thing now. I feel like I'm not on TikTok. I'm old lady cannon over here. I guess I gotta get on it. I have TikTok just to see other people's videos. But I've never posted anything. I just have it just to look at other people's. I pretty much do every single dance challenge. But you've done so many blockers and everything..
"jason moore" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"From here. That's amazing. But you know what that pitch perfect was a slow burn, too, though. Like, you know, I sold we pitched that in 2008, glee came on the scene and pitched over dead. Like I wrote my first couple of drafts prior to glee. And then when glee happened, it was like, it was already like, it's a ragtag group of gals singing acapella. It was already kind of weird. And not something that somebody's going to greenlight right away. And then and so it was like dead for a couple of years. And I didn't think anything was going to happen. And I just like to rewrite. I just will rewrite and rewrite and rewrite and rewrite all the time. As we're shooting in pose, that's just my kind of philosophy writing wise. And so I just took that time just to rewriting it and honing it and getting notes and then and then Jason Moore signed on as director and we had to like, I remember us going into universal and bridesmaids had just come out the week before and was massively successful and thank God because I think that helped open the door to greenlight pitch perfect. You come up with this idea prior to glee and bridesmaids. Then these two things fall like the universe just folks. Those things happen. What are the main story? Yeah, bridesmaids being successful was so huge for us. I get really just opened the door for us. And Jason had made a sizzle reel of like the tone and the vibe and the feel of the movie for universal. And I remember us watching it. And it's like taking the funniest parts of anchorman and taking all this great stuff online of acapella and all that. And they watched it and they were like, that's so great. You know, and I remember thinking, that's so weird because that's just taking other great movies. And putting them all together and saying this is what our movie is going to be like. So in your sizzle reel was like afternoon delight from anchorman? Yes. Yes. Jason, I put that together like Jason and I and the producers as well. But yeah. And then gold circle came in and so like pitch basically kind of was like it was universal on gold circle and that it was kind of like shooting an independent movie, really, you know? Wow. You know, it was kind of like all under the radar, right? And so even when pitch came out, it's like it did okay in the box office. But what started to happen was it just had this crazy long legs. Like where 5 months later it was still in the top ten. Really? So, yeah, and so and then when DVDs were selling out and stuff online was selling out. That's why we got a sequel. It's not because we had a massive box office hit. Was the bill? It was filled..
"jason moore" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Any concerns about playing tyler lockett To end the season the colts allowed the second. Most wide receiver receptions over those final four games. Kenny moore who Should be in coverage on tyler. Lock it hip. I fully expect him to play but he got a little bit. Banged up This week so maybe he's entering the game not fully at one hundred percent. Fourteen endzone targets last year. I liked title. Lock it and i'm not scared of the match up all right. My tight end. Start of the week is atlanta's wide receiver to be kyle pits rookie. Tight in philadelphia is vulnerable at the position. We've talked about it in our breakdown. They gave up some huge games last year including fifteen for one eighty three and one to george kettle. Kyle pits has wheels. He's going to get into space like literally. There's only one way that a man of that size can be that fast and you must have wheels in his yeah. He's a motorcycle no he is. he's just he only needs a few place to have a game. And i think the target counts actually going to be fairly high for him. They're going to put them into positions where The move them around. They run them You know in motion and you saw just from a couple of preseason plays you can get him the ball three or four yards down the field where a possession tight end would go down pink and he can turn the corner and You know really validate being the highest drafted tight end in nfl. He i think the yards after catch are going to be good for him this game. I mean you get him on. The weak side of the defense role amounts sneak him out there and he could take some to house My tied tight end started. The week is logan. Thomas recently talked about it with curtis samuel was quoted saying mcgrane So i don't expect curtis samuel to play The record mr samuel. It's already on growing as on c. k. k. k. k. k. exclamation point exclamation point But you know. I think that that puts logan thomas as the second target. He becomes a very necessary player. And the los angeles chargers tied for the fourth most touchdowns allowed to tight end last year including some monster games kelsey and waller and the opposing starting tight ends versus the los angeles chargers that over six targets a game. So it's a little bit of bankable volume with high upside on us. Hate this pick. Because you're so right and i'm facing him in week. One i'll boiling. And i going head to head. He keeps saying logan. Thomas will be this last year's logan thomas. she's probably right about at least for week. One mike. why don't you close us out with. Oh why don't you go with one of my guys all right. We'll do that with rams tight. End tyler higby taken on. The chicago bears. The bears were allowing double digit fantasy points to the tight end position on a per game basis last year The matchup is especially good for yards after catch which the chicago bears allowed. A lot of those and tyler higby. That's what he does and jason. Moore's ironclad.
"jason moore" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Kickoff leg like we were talking. Kicked off big deal right there. That's what that's what made it. Yep yeah we we. I hate to see the money. Badger go. I hate to see him get waived but it just it had to happen and And it's a new day With tristan and biscayne of being the kicker and apparently he's also grew up a charger fan common hills he Grab right outside of nice. That alaria area. So that's that's that's pretty good. It's always fun to have those stories. Absolutely yeah and i didn't know how was gonna feel like obviously michael budget had a bad year but he he does have a report in the locker room. And he's on a lot of the social media stuff so you kind of build a relationship with him. I didn't know how gonna feel but when the news came out i was i could feel myself excited. Then that's that's how you know how you really felt about. The guy stinks. 'cause i'm sure he'll go to detroit. Detroit cut both their kickers. And everyone's like oh. He's going to reunite with coach len If he does. I'm sure gonna be a great kicker somewhere other than the chargers I think getting seeing that alert. Yup i'm excited about the volcano. I think it'll be good a nice change of pace. We've we've we over a huge part of our roster. I think i saw somewhere like twenty. One is down. Fifty three are brand new to this team this year. We lost almost an entire draft class That went to other teams. And then yeah. We had We had some other turnovers. We let guys go picked up some other new guys and it's It is a brand new team. It feels completely different And hopefully these are all move in the right direction right the one move. That felt like it was in the wrong direction. The retention of a i can pipkins his. Okay here's what i think. I think that's a plays a placeholder. I think he was trying to get across. Is last episode. you guys. You're right now because of what happened even just today as we record this We signed neva tackle. And we signed a new defensive back on the waivers reclaim them in corresponding move. We dropped the d. lineman and db so corrupt. Seems like they have their numbers. They they already knew. These are the numbers. We wanna db. These are the numbers we want at receiver. These are the numbers we want it. Line the pipkins is a placeholder right now until we find a guy that we want to be that backup tackle. And then he'll he'll get the cut That's why i think to help everyone. With a man. I would rather have than than trae pipkins. That was never never a reality. Then may have their numbers of guys that they wanted spot. That wasn't that depth wasn't what they were looking for so I think that pipkins. I think we can all take a deep breath because i truly believe he's a placeholder for right now Until they find the guy off of waivers of free agency. They wanna after well When they asked brandon's daily In regards to keeping trae pipkins he said There are still aspects of his game. That certainly need improvement But we felt like he's been invested in trying to improve We just felt like for now. He's a player that we can still hang with. We feel like he's earned that with us with how he's invested in his game although he's had some tough moments that a lot of people have seen. There's been other moments where we feel like. Hey they're still more in there that we can tap into. Were just going to hang tough with him. He certainly passes to improve. This isn't the most like incredible optimistic. Like it's not a rare indoors. No we're not even a little bit. Well he's put a lot of time into us. you know. this is a relationship. Got an a for effort and recognize that. Try this out a little longer. But we're not sure it was so not how we talked about some of his other players and very noncommittal. It's funny just how this offensive line was last year. Like trae. Pipkins being are left. Tackle for good portion. Yeah some of those games there. There's something that just came out today. It showed like all of our guys essentially from last year. Sam tabby Hurt himself was cut Forest lamp by got her was cut from his team. Now dan feeney is a backup now. he's not even starting well And that that you're looking at what we had to deal with last year. And i feel like trae pipkins just fits in perfectly with those guys. Now like shouldn't be on the field should be cut should be waived like. I'm just excited now. Trying to flip this into a positive mindset excited with the guys that we have up front. Am i scared to see pickens trot out onto the field if something. One of the guys needs to take a break. Oh you bet your sweet ass. I am but i just what am i gonna do just plain about. I think i got all my shit talking on pipkins out yesterday. Twitter done feeling okay. I've ready to move on with my life. Then we'll pick it back up when we see them in the second. We're all very upset about a backup that that's a good thing. All pissed off about a backup. Players are quarterback like most most teams like finding starting quarterbacks going to be worried about that. We're we're good that regard. We're good and a lot of regards as far as who we were actually going to see out there on the field Just a quick list of some of the other guys. We waved Obviously badgley Michael bandy who initially way. But i believe he made it back to the practice squad as did darius bradwell John brennan Cortes brockton i think got signed by kansas city Coal christianson ben deluca Mickey boulay brayden. Ho came back on the practice squad. Thank god Joe garcia no nick gilliam ryan. Hunter tyron johnson. Obviously we are to talk about him. Hunter camp moyer Jason moore junior and joe read so a lot of those guys ended up coming back Including joe read so craig. You might want to rescind your send-off love letter. Because he's he's back. If you look at our practice squad goes like this is an impressive looking practice squad like you got brain foco. Emeka boulet coal christian sindarius bradwell. Joe gagiano like this guy. Joe jason moore. He's on our practice squad. Yep like these guys. wouldn't you become a practice squad player. You have the option of going somewhere else right. Though the fact that they chose to stay here on this practice squad means that they're you know they feel confident in this team and where it's going and i'm this a good practice squad. I know most of these names and most of these guys were on the active roster last year. Yeah i'm i'm glad to see a hokka come back. I'm glad to see that god. Thank god for for hokkaido And glad to see bandy as well. I thought he was very active in the preseason game. So i'm curious to see what his production could be. Should we ever need it when he's actually working with all the other number ones out there And to see. Joe read back as well. Hopefully he can get healed up From his little injury and Maybe maybe some playtime as well So as far as what the actual fifty three man roster was. We'll try to kind of blow through this real quick We ended up holding onto three quarterbacks. So herbert daniel and stick all here Running backs austin Justin jackson safe Larry roundtree and joshua kelly all safe Gave neighbors safe as well. Good to see him. Still there Wide receivers obviously keenan allen. Mike williams josh palmer jalen guidance and k j hill Tight ends jared cook. Donald parham trae mckinney and steven anderson. I was a little surprised about stephen anderson. If there i have a feeling we're gonna be a lot of two tight end sets because there's almost as many titans are wide receivers on this fifty true.
"jason moore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It's made just that that song comes on. And I am Spotify. Skip Track. Give me an ad. Get me out of here. Why? What is it that you don't like about it? The sound I think more than anything. I don't know. You're so weird. Burtless there, Steve. I'm sorry. It just feels a little I don't know. It's a little bubble gum. For me. It's just a little That's fair. That's fair. But it sounds good. Like if he played it in my living room, I'd be like, Dude, you're good. What if it was John Mayer's singing it? Would you feel differently? Well, I do like John Mayer's voice more than Jason Moore, as so maybe all right. Just not in love with that song, right? You're not in love with that. I'll tell you what I'm not in love with. I'm not in love with this eighties crap coming back into fashion. I mean, listen. Joe Jonas, Joe Joe. 1989 Hi. He's got a new shoe. Okay. It's a luxury. Uh, sneaker. I guess you could say, and I will link this up for everybody. So you can see it. Get up. Living it up. Yeah. These look like something that grandpa would be wearing, like you almost need them to be there. One step away from being Velcro, you know? Which boy wouldn't mind seeing that come back. I used to call them patch shoes when I was a little little kid. Interesting. Mom, Have you seen my patch shoes? It's kind of like you put it down on a patch, you know? These are the longer I've looked at them. They're ugly. What? What? It's not just a call back to the eighties. For me, it's a call back to about the turn of the millennia. With the I've never known how to properly say it. Saucony or Sacconi shoes. Remember those? Yes. Oh, I still wear those, actually, Well, well And maybe, but it reminds me of the style that was out with those. All it is missing. Is that that line that stripe down this It's like pleather. They're like leather iridescent shoes. They're kind of like a silvery, bluish purple And apparently, when it hits a certain light, it changes color. All I know is they looked like they'd be 1999 at target. Yep. Correct. Mhm. Exactly. I wonder how much they are, though fully identify what Here's like immense. Akani original black and silver 60 bucks. Apple's They've got something really ugly red ones for 34 95. I want to know how much Joe Jonas is our 2 98 Oh 202 100 Idea. Hate dollars. Move along, fool. Those are Hideous. Yeah, 298. Not going to happen. They only have one size 13 left in stock. Should I buy it? Yes, And you should get different colors, shoelaces like orange or something. They are the picture on the actual website. The landing page for when you where you buy them on Koyo K O I o They don't read his navy blue at all. They read very transitional color. Mm. That you're saying Donna happens when it hits the right light purple e metallic E. Thing, and then it's like a burgundy patch on the heel. Oh, listen, there's some pink in it. I can see awful. I'm so glad you guys are green. Yeah, I'm with like an obvious lady. No, you wear these and you look like an old man. You're right. Thank you. Wow. You can just spend $300 on nothing, sneakers. I guess I mean, I'm blown away that people spend like $1200 on a purse. Or even $500 like, I don't think I would pay more than $100 for any kind of purse handbag. Yeah. You don't want to spend a lot of money on a thing that carries your money. It feels like excessive right? Just speaking of Velcro. Velcro wallets. Oh, yes. For those. Yeah, You know what we were? We were in California until the 36th story California about 10 years ago, 15 years ago when we were getting married my father in law who at the time, you know practicing, er, doctor, he's doing fine. And then he went to pay for dinner and he pulled out his wallet. And now he did to which my filter free brother in law Dave Costello was like, Whoa, Velcro. We're doing Velcro. He still paid for the dinner. But he was He never heard the end of it. Gosh, that his whole Laurie, Okay, so from the world of Velcro to how things have advanced, we got a little tech talk when we come back Facebook. Has announced announced the new device that they're going to be releasing, taking dead aim on Apple Tell you what it is. Would you buy it? And then there's something happening in Atlanta that will either be a giant waste of money. Or will change the way that we experienced movies in the future. Tell you about it when we come back on Donna and Steve on my talk another lorry and Julia moment, Casey came home with a candle that smells like your badge that he had done on group and the special custom labeled it. What? What do you do with that candle to their kids? And you know when you don't light a candle, and you don't have a cleaning lady dusting feather, dusting out the tops of all your candles at all times because I've got a candle their open air candles and they collect dust. In the wax saying. So. What? Now? What do you do? You've got a badge that's got a dusty covering as a dusty orgasm candles. What I got was magic as it dusty covering..
"jason moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"What have I missed this week? Besides Shawn being an idiot again? I said, no, that's basically it and I mentioned something. Oh, I'm and said Connors done too good Canadian bacon versions. But I don't know if you left it open for me to suggest and bring up myself The beef Pallotti thing reason nobody yet, but he his already just kind of seeing what went down this week for his return on Monday. Rob is in Sacramento here on CBS Sports Radio. He's got some suggestions for food nicknames for us, Rob Good morning. One India. How are you? I'm good, buddy. How you doing? I'm good. I was all my way to work. And I was thinking about the food names and she came up for yourselves. And I got one for you, which is Damon Almond, Dean. One for Jason, which is meatballs, morass. Thank you Appreciate that. I love calling, Whereas Jason and like that a lot. So just like the pop star. Does he really think of Jason Moran? Who was that a joke? Like it. Meet those meatballs. Maran's What? Actually confused. He think he's listening to the show that features Jason Moore as in the morning? No, I don't think he thinks that you're a singer and a Broadway story. I think he just thinks that your name is also Jason Morales. Or he was trying to be funny. I don't know, but he doesn't think you're actually Jason Moore as But if you want to see him 10 grand, you could Right or 90 you by the way, Robin Sacramento is good, but nothing's as good as the mean That cap has just put out that is beef Pallotti. I will describe it coming up next because it dovetails perfectly. Into one of our D aliens, and what he did about Schwartz is Super Bowl spread, and it is just brilliant to CBS Sports radio. It's Jane. And if you're forever looking for an activity that your kids will love that maybe he's not on a screen. We gotta talk about Kiwi Co Kiwi code delivers accessible science and art projects.
"jason moore" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This morning, Steve, it keeps coming. Oh, man. I mean, it's scary there, so obviously we all know the deal with Harley Davidson. It's been rough the last few years as they try toe, see what they can sell and who's gonna bite and all that thing, hardly. Davidson reporting a 32% decrease in queue for revenue. Which closed out 20 twenties. That's rough. Business Journal Milwaukee Business Journal says it's a net loss of $96 million Now the company trying to unveil a new five year strategic plan, which would include stock grants, which would go to thousands of employees company trying to figure out how best to handle this situation. Yeah, G C just Pandemic didn't help. It was starting before the pandemic. But boy, this is just been a rough go for hardly hears Aiken, Who's how hardly Consol their marketing problem. You've got to get one of the how Hollywood's best famous actors, young actors give me some names. You You know him better than I like Young young. Yeah, younger, just like, know what does he 44? What's the guy? What's the hot guy was with Lady Gaga on the movie? Oh, Cooper. Yeah. S o u. Here's what Here's what hardly needs to do. You need to have somebody write a script that revolves around a Harley. You gotta get Bradley Cooper and play that rule. Listen to me on this on. You gotta make that the brand ambassador for Hardly because I'm telling you people eat this stuff they follow along their followers already got one. They got the aqua man guy. That actress in my mama? Yeah, He's been to the museum. He's not Bradley Cooper. Are you serious? He's not big enough. No, you need Bradley Cooper. You might need a little guy got something to go with. Think my mama probably has a bigger following. No. Come on. Aqua Man versus Bradley Coop. No, it's apples and you love all that adventure stuff, But it's not about what I was just saying Aquaman because that's how someone might identify it. Don't think of it is, I promise you it sounds like you got a thing for Jason. And that movie is awful. Isn't it? Wonderful looking man, but But you could hardly not. But listen, hear me out on this. Wouldn't you go with the hardly night Because, Okay, So Bradley Cooper. How did this even know what a motorcycle riders come on? What's the What's the slam on Bradley Cooper? The guy's a brilliant assuming you don't need somebody in a Hollywood film or Netflix. It's gonna be your brand ambassador in the context of movie like, Easy right hand that black widow rode a Harley and which went Avengers was it Jordan, you know? Stop picking his fantasy films. No one cares about that. I'm talking about a greedy street started Street Street smart movie. That's what I'm talking about where the motorcycle is almost a bigger character as the actor. That's what I'm saying. Okay, a gritty detective In the streets in Milwaukee, solving the crimes. That's what I'm talking about is the modern day Marlon Brando. Who is that Jason Amano, He give you somebody more manly than Jason the moment I say that because his following is more of, you know, appeals to the female aspect. You know, somebody was more manly Hollywood better than me. Okay, so that's Jordan makes a good point. Okay, so Bradley Cooper, maybe more well respected by males. You think we're talking about people? We're using our PR brain right now. We got a zit like a pup. You got to find a dude. That's one. I'm at the Clooney level, and I think Cooper's almost there. See, I I feel like he's plateau to little bit. Come on. The guy's gonna tell there were we He wanted Jason Moore wanna get any award at E Barely know who Jason Momoa is. You got a family. I've got a bad name. Or anything. I'm like Aqua man guy, And you're like jesus more. I've got a breath Cooper picture in my office. I don't have to go too far on this one. But what about Arnold Schwarzenegger? No camera, Boomer. Remember the guy the four old guys that did that movie and they were they were on board with which time? Which time from the wild Hogs? Yeah. John Travolta, Lawrence young people, young people riding 111 person. Who can fit that bill right now, who's hot singer? Right now. There's a man his name is escaping the using a Super Bowl ad. They just showed it on TV again From last weekend. I'm a Doritos commercial acting and he walks into the he walks into the store and they all fly around. I'm onto something here. I'm serious. You've gotta have to have a brand ambassador that sells it in a movie so that people say Wanna be that guy. I wanna be that Brandon Cooper guy. So, So you're they have tried that like with one of the Avengers movies, they have a Harley. It's a battery part one. So that's not so That is a miss them. Like so clearly, they have been working to do something like that. Exactly what you're saying you, but it needs to be more Street smart. Gotta be a gritty detective. But I'm asking you seriously is that the Is that the theme that hardly needs to go for right now hire. He's been going battery power. They've been trying bicycles. They've been trying all these different things to get to the younger consumer. They need to get younger consumers interested in their product. Somebody texted me. I'm sorry. Don't have the name popped up right now. But remember the show on Knight Rider didn't do wonders for those lives that Firebird. What was that car Camaro? What was that? Yeah, I probably did. Okay. There you go. I was a TV show. I'm talking about how you would film. So you're saying the Knight rider but motorcycle version? It's not gonna talk to me. Oh, The bike is the star along with the actor. That's all I'm saying. I'm trying to solve problems brought up a great name. Dwayne the Rock Johnson. Okay, he would be the best person that's that's sort of mold Harley. I'll give you that because he is. He's mutually respected by both genders. All right, it's a 52 Hardly send me that check for marketing consultant. By what 9 30. Thank.
"jason moore" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"News this morning, Steve keep studying home, man. I mean, it's scary there, so obviously we all know the deal with Harley Davidson. It's been rough the last few years as they try toe, see what they can sell and who's gonna buy it. And all that thing, hardly. Davidson reporting a 32% decrease in queue for revenue. Which closed out 20 twenties. That's rough. Business Journal Milwaukee Business Journal says it's a net loss of $96 million Now the company trying to unveil a new five year strategic plan, which would include stock grants, which would go to thousands of employees company trying to figure out how best to handle this situation. Yeah, CeeCee just Pandemic didn't help. It was starting before the pandemic. But boy, this is just been a rough go for Harley. Here's Aiken. Here's how hardly Consol their marketing problem. You've got to get one of the how Hollywood's best famous actors, young actors give me some names. You know him better than I like Young young. Yeah, younger, just like, know what does he 44? What's the guy? What's the hot guy was with Lady Gaga on the movie? Oh, Cooper. Yeah, I think so. You Here's what you Here's what hardly needs to do. You need to have somebody write its script that revolves around a Harley. You gotta get Bradley Cooper and play that rule. Listen to me on this on. You gotta make that the brand ambassador for Harley Because I'm telling you people eat this stuff up. They follow along their followers They already got when they got the aqua man guy. That actress in my mama? Yeah, He's been to the museum. He's not Bradley Cooper. Are you serious? He's not big enough. No, you need Bradley Cooper. You might need a little guy got something to go with. Think my mama probably has a bigger following. No. Come on. Aquaman versus Bradley Cooper. No, it's apples and you love you love all that adventure stuff, But it's not about what I was just saying Aquaman because that's how someone might identify him. Don't think of them is Uncle Man. Sounds like you got a thing for Jason. And that movie is awful is a wonderful looking man. But hardly not. But listen, hear me out on this. Wouldn't you go with the hardly night because Okay, So Bradley Cooper from it doesn't even know what a motorcycle riders come on. What's that? What's to slam on Bradley Cooper? The guy's a brilliant Kasumi. You need somebody. You know how you would film or Netflix. That's gonna be your brand ambassador in the context of movie like, Easy, Right? And then we have the black widow rode a Harley and which went to Avengers. Was it Jordan, you know? Stop picking these fantasy films. No one cares about that. I'm talking about a greedy street Started Street Street smart movie. That's what I'm talking about where the motorcycle is almost a bigger character as the actor. That's what I'm saying. Okay, a greeting detective. The streets of Milwaukee. Solving the crimes. That's what I'm talking about is the modern day Marlon Brando. Who is that? Jason Amano, He give me somebody more manly than Jason the moment I say that because his following is more of, you know, Appeals to the female aspect was more manly. You know, Hollywood better than me. Okay, so that's Jordan makes a good point. Okay, so Bradley Cooper, maybe more well respected by males. You think we're talking about people? We're using our PR brain Right now. We got a fair as a like a pup. You got to find a dude. That's one at the Clooney level. And I think Cooper's almost there. See, I I feel like he's plateau to little bit. Come on. The guy's gonna tell you where we want to get Jason Moore one Academy Award. I don't think so. They barely know who Jason I'm away is you got a family? I've got a fancy name. For anything. I'm like Aqua Man guide you like Jesus, Mom, I've gotta Bradley Cooper picture in my office. I don't have to go too far on this one. But Arnold Schwarzenegger? No, no carrier Boomer. Remember the guy the four old guys that did that movie and they were they were on board with which time? Which time going to Wild Hogs? Yeah. John Travolta, young people, a bunch of young people riding a bus that one singer one person. Who can fit that bill right now. Who's the hot singer? Right now? There's a man his name is escaping me. He was in a Super Bowl ad. They just showed it on TV again from last weekend on the Doritos commercial acting, and he walks into the he walks into the store, and they all fly around sometime onto something here. I'm serious. You've gotta have to have a brand ambassador that sells it in a movie so that people say I wanna be that guy. I wanna be that Brandon Cooper Guy s o u. They have tried that, like with one of the Avengers movies, they have a Harley. It's a battery park. One. So that's not so That is a miss them. Like so clearly, they have been working to do something like that. You know exactly what you're saying you, but it needs to be more street smart. Gotta be a gritty detective. But I'm asking you seriously is that the Is that the theme that hardly needs to go for right now? Harley's been going battery power. They've been trying bicycles. They've been trying all these different things to get to the younger consumer. They need to get younger consumers interested in their product. Know somebody texted me. I'm sorry. Don't have the name popped up right now. But remember the show on Knight Rider didn't do wonders for those ones. That Firebird. What was that car Camaro? What was that? Probably did. Okay. There you go. I was a TV show. I'm talking about a Hollywood film. So you're saying the Knight rider but motorcycle version? It's not gonna talk to him. The bike is the star along with the actor. That's all I'm saying. I'm trying to solve problems. I think brought up a great name Dwayne the Rock Johnson. Okay, I think he would be the best person that's that's sort of mold on a Harley. I'll give you that because he is. He's mutually respected by both genders. All right, it's a 52. Hardly send me that check for marketing consultant. By what 9 30. Thank you. More. The Steve Skip.
"jason moore" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"Yeah i i honestly think this was a some kind of psychotic break. I think he had like a psychotic break So he is charged. Obviously with i think it was This is in the uk so the charges were a little different but it was basically like bodily harm with a deadly weapon or intend to kill or something like that He pleads guilty to it and he tells the court that he is damaged person that he's deranged. He didn't know why he did it. He's broken He was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of four and a half years served And much like freddy krueger. Who has had many sequels to come back shea. Sin more served his sentence and he has been released from prison. Well yeah and john made a you know as much of a full recovery as you can after being you know sliced and diced with a garden glove with knives attached to the fingers. But he is he recovered he lived. Obviously they're not friends anymore. I would assume And i couldn't find any information on how long Jason moore's prison sentence actually was how how much time he served he served at least four and a half years which i'm going to say something. Maybe an unpopular opinion. But if this was some kind of psychotic break I think four and a half years under the proper care. i mean. Obviously in the moment he did attempt to kill his friend an in the moment his friend was able to get through that To him and then he realized what am i doing. I don't wanna kill my friend. So i i that leads me to believe like it was kind of like psychotic break from isolation and poor self esteem and just all kinds of weird shit that Jason moore had going on. And i'm hoping since. I didn't find anything else out that he was rehabilitated. And he got the carry that he needed and he Stops watching horror movies. Yeah.
"jason moore" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I just fired a number three week Wacker. There. We can do this. You will not get rid of this theme song. I like this theme songs so tired of this listeners would be very upset. I love the song. What if I wrote a song value would be great. They'll be good. I might be able to make that. Maybe we could use that not only on this show, but also the movie. I think that's an excellent What's the name of the movie? I think it should just be called path. Um, we could use your middle name. Yeah. Heard Sullivan. Just think. That I like that. I was also thinking it up over there. Do you hear what he just said? E think it Zen idea. Something to consider. Just gonna say two clowns and a microphone. Began its one thing I demand its respect, Lord Oh, man, you know, the only problem is that what's that gives Denny too much building course it does. Oh, golly, Welcome to the third hour of the home and garden show. It's aren't the best hour. Let's get rid of it. I think that theme song has run its course. I'm telling you this time last year you said the exact same thing. And we took a poll on Facebook and people were right roll. Here's the thing. You're gonna find our house. Okay? Right across the seals know how about just for like Every once in a while then, although that that was the 1st 10 years of my show is that and then you realized every home improvement. What across the country? What's the theme song for this old house? Do they have one? You know, I don't know. I'm sure they do Guess we could start displaying the green Acres name song. What about Kevin writing the song or you could even cover it. Yeah, I think, uh, I think that's probably the best idea, right? Something original. Yeah. All right. Maybe I could. Maybe you could sing on it. And there you were dead. He could probably sing on it too. I can sing you are you commissioning him? Is that what you're doing? All right. Sounds like sounds like a plan. All right, So you know, I don't want it to be something you could kind of talk over a little bit. You want some, like acoustic guitar? Something like rustic Maybe a banjo. You know, there doesn't even have to be any vocals. Okay? Could just be What's a rift? You mean a riff that an entire rebel is something else? That rift is what Jenny and I have. We have a rift. No, it's it's the same. It's just a quick little ditty. Usually at the beginning of the Donna and Ana. It's what people remember. What about just a flat out drum solo? I mean, that's even better. I could probably do some bongos layers. Um Bongo solo and over it. If in the next couple of lit this fuse, I want to know who lit the fuse. In the next couple weeks to three weeks. If each week you could just bring us a little sample don't have be long. A complete piece. Just some ideas. Kind of like some storyboards type thing. I'll get on it. Okay, thanks. You're content attributing to the delinquency of a minor. I'm not. I'm trying to get rid of them theme song that we've had for 15 years. I like the song people. Ray Stevens. Are you kidding me? I was in class Higgins, but Don't we play some other race? Steven's things like exactly what I know there's a really popular streak. Oh, no, He actually had some serious songs like Ray Stevens didn't have any serious so sure he did, like raindrops Keep falling on my head. Maybe that one. You are beautiful. Find that we've Alison Please. Find that out. You boss her around. That is not yet they call in the street. I know, but that's that's his parody stuff. He's got something you're must judge Kevin when we come back later. See if you can find some other race Stevens. He has a very famously called the street. Does he okay? We have to play that quarantine song. Can we just take spring? Maybe it's time to bring back Jason Moore. As is everyone Just get along. Damn it! I'm not kidding with that show. Yeah, we played this Jason Moore as pure song. And I swear I got so many messages on Facebook from people safe that song in their heads, and they need to stop. I've got it on the playlist, actually. Let me see what I can do here, huh? We played it every time somebody would complain about plumbing or something. This boy.
José Feliciano's 'Feliz Navidad' turns 50 — and celebrates with new version
"A new version in the works for this favorite Christmas song. It's the 50th anniversary of Jose Feliciano is classic bilingual Christmas song. These Feliciano told The Associated Press that he wanted to write a song to try and unite the people. It didn't matter. What language you were singing in. The feeling of Christmas. Is privy to all of us. The singer celebrating the anniversary by releasing a new version of the song the Features Jason Moore as Shaggy Lin Manuel Miranda Country duo Big and rich and more 30 Act signed up to record for the re imagine trapping. Release Friday on Amazon. Music.
Actress Brittany Snow Talks About Putting in the Work
"So today we are sitting down actress producer director and singer Brittany snow that is quite some very loose you're the best thing of the three of us yeah I don't know about that your knees bending public is the age of three with her breakout role at twelve on guiding light which Harley stayed home to watch weird facts but you may know her from her roles in films like John Tucker die someone great or our personal Britt pitch perfect one two and three with over twenty years of acting Brittany has recently transition into exploring work behind the camera her direct to`real debut premiered earlier this year and now we can't wait to watch her starring on Fox's new drama almost family which premieres on Wednesdays lactobacillus second at nine pm Eastern eight pm central so we are so excited to talk to you today welcome to thanks for having me everybody getting it from nervous I don't usually talk in front of or real audiences at all live of course you're live and so this is going to be a new thing and first thing in the morning yeah I'm ready I think so let's start off with just walk us through your resume you're acting you know we'll just get into it when you were twelve I actually my mom got me into it when I was a baby so I started when I was three I started you know I wasn't like for her saying my line is and things when I was three but I did commercials I did a TV show called seaquest when I was eight years old I played an alien child that was a big deal for me I still aww speak alien if anyone asks and then when I was twelve I got guiding light and I moved here to New York and then I flew from New York back home to Florida where I lived you school back and forth probably twice a week and then finished school in Florida and then did the soap opera and moved up to L. A.'s do American dreams when I was fifteen did that show for three years and then started doing films after that the Classic Film Pacifier was my first movie people study that in ah I hadn't very proud of it and then from there you know I just went on to do other crazy movies and yeah when you say school like what was that normal school I was in normal school so my parents had a great idea which now in hindsight it was terrible idea to keep me in school because they wanted me to be normal and go to school and learn with everyone else and then go to New York and beyond the soap opera in half to memorize forty pages of lines and do that and then fly back to Florida and then be able to be in school at the same time so I taught myself basically because the union in New York and soap operas didn't facilitate a tutor so yeah it was kind of one of those hectic three years of my life where I went back and forth that's ex- for you but like I'm so grateful for your work thank you i WanNa talk about what is not on your IMDB profile what should we know about you that's not there In terms of work or anything I write a lot I think a lot of people don't know that I have written a few screenplays and I only would never call myself a writer yet because until I actually get something out there and get one of these movies that I've written seen directed I'm not going to call myself a writer I really enjoy that medium and I think something that people would know about me is that I'm very afraid of public singing and public speaking I'm having a shy yeah I cannot sing in front of people it's one of those weird things that defective mine I'd just frees up how do you audition good question it's a good question because I pretty much every audition that I've had where I've had to sing it's been I don't know all I've gotten the part to be honest I go into another usually close your eyes and just do Pittsburgh audition I was auditioning for and Jason Moore the director later hold me when we were filming you were so nervous I don't know how you got through it because I was closing my eyes and shaking but I got through it I would never ever guess that music that you did that that's so interesting though because we talk a lot do you consider yourself an introvert or you just get really nervous in front of people when you're Brittany it's funny because this changes but I've done some research on this and when I've taken you know Karl Jong Quizzes and things like that I've I've always been an extrovert because I gain energy from being around bowl and helping people and I love the energy of others but at the same time I'm also an introvert so it's shifted from into my thirties I'm now much orbiting time about this all the time because I think our team has always shocked and I think our audience especially when we do this we are both interests and this is exhausting to us because it requires us to be extroverts to be here so I think the three of us should go to good I think it's an interesting thing as you think about your building career and how do you balance sort of what you have to do for work with who you are as a person and your me time like how do you store how have you figured out what works for you to sort of stay sane and all of that it's been an interesting road with that because since being in this business for so long I I've seen so many people that have grown up with get burnt out or exhausted and I think that a good thing that was instilled in me by parents so my friends is that it's okay to shut off and gain inspiration by not having to be on you know it doesn't mean that you're a bad person it just means that you need time for yourself and I have a great support system with not only people but also with tools that I use of spirituality and things that I get outside I self music and things like that that make me feel like I can recharge and be a good person to others because I definitely don't support the idea that you have to be off I mean to people in order to get some introverted time our tools are being antisocial unsleeping my fiance says that he's like you're morning person you're not a night person you're asleep person and I'm like I love we find so we wanna get into almost family because when you were researching and watching the trailer this is a scary and fascinating show the premise can you tell us a little bit about it and where the show came from right so this is a concept that was originally created and in Australia the show was called sisters but even before that I think a lot of people might have read in the paper on the paper history interwebs That this is actually a really prevalent story that people are going through where a fertility doctor has used on material to impregnate his patients and I think that because of the new age that we're in with ANCESTRY DOT COM and DNA testing twenty-three me regaining so much information knowledge about ourselves that we never had before and although that's overwhelming and exciting it's also stabilising and the scary and so this facility doctor in our story is being held accountable for his actions and within that there are three women who kind of have to find each other and realize that they're sisters I played Julia Beckley who seemingly is the only daughter of Leon Beckley the fertility doctor and find out that I have multiple siblings two of which are these women bad I get close to the story is so crazy I don't even know what what made you WanNa take this role well so when I was doing someone great one of my best friends jammed up I love Oh huge game favourite if you guys haven't seen it like you'll cry you'll feel all the field definitely yeah even the tough guys cry so my friend heard I've always been trying to work together in so many different capacities and she was like there's this Australian show sisters and they are bringing it to America and it's going to be for Fox and just keep I on it so I told my agents about this long ago and I've been tracking it forever and then I finally got the audition for it and I was like this is my part I had to really for because I was doing a movie in Dallas at the time and I put myself on tape and had to go to this really creepy place to audition for where we sent it to La knew that I wanted to be a part of it because it had a really interesting balance of levity and also depth and it really had a portrait about these three women that were complex and also really empathetic characters and the main thing I I really loved that Leon Beckley the fertility doctor who is my father you know a few ago this would have never been a story that could come out where a man falls from grace white doctor man who really gets held accountable for his actions and I wanted to be a part of something where my character was the is for the viewers and to what this man has done and also trying to create a new family for