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"joe johnston" Discussed on No Jumper
"You know what i'm saying but if you got different dads then you're different you know so you'll now outside but all my dad's side kids is all boys. They all imprisoned. I'm only one out right because there's something different in this. We vicious but i guess not smoking not drinking it. Save me from letting it out at the wrong times so it protected me. You know what. I'm saying. So yeah i went to my school in atlanta. Did very well. You know what i mean. But i still i still can go. I'm not no sitting no classmate fuck. I'm learning off documentaries. I'm animal planet nigger history channel. Fuck you know what i mean. Net flicks world war three and colored or two and color tightening. Good content out there on the extremists. Brother hormone that type time. It was like. I knew how to move but always protecting bush. And i did a lot of bush it. You know what. I'm saying so yeah. When i went to school. I did great. We wanna like elite and all that then then once again see basketball was saving me. Then i fuck up okay. I didn't get my grades right. Post went to arizona state university division. One glory back. Ten all macgyver again. I didn't get my grades right once again. Right so i go to arizona had to settle for a semester. And that's where my life changed. That's when i go out there. I end up sitting out of college a junior college mesa to give my credits right rancid guy in the streets. It was getting money that clip. I'm gonna club you know what i'm saying with everybody. We put up to the club. They pulling up all the girls cutting in line. Nickel was what y'all doing it like. We do this and that cars to play with them at the gym. But we do this. I said got one do that. I need in. I love the money. I love this type shit. So i said fuck a basketball. They should take too long. And that's a small percentage of people get that right. Y'all got it now. Won't that now. Right so i hit the streets. You know what. I'm saying to do what i had to do. Okay so is that the end of you playing basketball in college. I was enemy playing basketball college. So then i just went to the streets out there in arizona and What i did you know it was dangerous. You know what. I'm saying because not only was doing that what i said earlier. You know what. I'm saying long long long long time. I'm thirty nine years old brother. Oh so it's ancient times. You know what i mean. I can't remember tell you truth. Think about it but it was so long. You know what i mean. That's how when people give me shit for talking about doing credit card fraud back in the day and shit. I'm like this. Many decades tight made me a memory that i'm thinking. How long ago invest bhai already Put those video files in the trash cans. Also worried about that. Stop playing like that but anyway so at the same time doing other shit like you know. i was always a person that thought so like i told you i do. A crime do crime. That's going to be an easy way to get out. If i'm rob somebody. I'm araba a robber. I'm rob a drug dealer right. We in the same game but you got taken out. We know what's going on this so start tapping into that. You know what i'm saying. And and that's dangerous especially level. While i was doing you know saying i'm doing my focus. Like with the big hats with arthur skin boots like we talked about the asking built and all that and big. Yeah i mean arizona's right fucking freaky ass. People doing drugs out there. This city man. Skillet like freddy kruger. You gotta watch out for the month so the tapped for like a year and a half two years. Let the streets. I mean let the school. And then i'm sitting big. I'm twenty one twenty two escalate twenty four mustang like this. I'm sitting like this. Like i said i always been like this But something like came over me right like i was so paranoid i was my name. Was this industries. Like that. And i knew it was gonna come to end either one way or the other like i was i was waking up just grabbed my gun out the window like my mom. Homey like man you. What's wrong with john. I mean i. I felt like multiples coming to give me mike. I'm so paranoid like it was. It was like insane. I go to the club and this back fifteen twenty years ago. I'm been at thirty round clips in into club like multiple. Now doing that way. Back then for real. Wow because my life was on the line every day they should. I was doing so. I had to live with that on my back. You know. I mean. But i'm a good person. I just wanted the money. You know what i'm saying but like i say something came over me one day and my daughter told me. Listen you're going to die go to jail. You know what i'm saying. He came to me and he saw what i was doing. I'm like you right so one of my friends. Play for the minnesota timber wolves zanny and he was doing very good for herself in My homeboy told him. I a man three of them. That's me he's in industry. I think he's some bad will happen to them. We need to get him out of here. Are you need to bring him out there. I still don't like i was still going to the gym. Pulled up an escalate with a gun in a backpack plan with shawn. Marion's and a monastery myers joe johnston's nba players giving them work. I'm still nice though..
"joe johnston" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Welcome back to Joe Johnston Jr with us his book The Decline of Nations, Joe, Where do people get your book? Well, it's available on Amazon. They can get it. Amazon and ah should be in bookstores. Should be in Barnes and Noble and other bookstores. Ah, either now or pretty soon. Super. Now of all the past presidents we've had in your opinion, which ones have followed these guidelines to build? Ah, great empire. Well, I don't think we and intended to have an empire Georgia did in the first place. I'm George Washington and Madison and Jefferson. And those guys certainly didn't Anticipate having an empire. They didn't want an empire. They wanted to Republic, a strong, solid republic, and that's what they had. For a while. Certainly Ah! That was Washington view and Medicines and Jefferson's And I think all all the early presidents and and Lincoln they didn't want an empire. They wanted a republic, and that's what they had We we got into a little bit of an imperial situation. In the 20th century. We acquired some some territories such as the Philippines. As a result of this, some film is the result of the Spanish American war and other things. We didn't keep those for very long. We did keep Alaska, of course. And who are we? But we never really were an empire. In the sense that Roman Britain were empires. We were a republic and we're still a republic. Whether we can keep it. Has been, Franklin said, is the big question. Why do you think a great nation needs to have strong religion? Well, religion is one of them basic, uh, things that a nation needs T O have have solidarity. Uh, Hmm. There's there's something about religion that makes people understand that there's something Maurin important. And just material well. And success it makes it makes people understand that there's more of of death. To what they need and Nothing. Can stop the quest for divinity. In the heart of man That was a French philosopher. I think who said that? And you're not just talking about one religion? Christianity? Judaism You're talking about all of it, aren't you? Yes. I'm talking about spirituality and generally course religion. Christian religion was what this nation was founded on. And we still have Christianity. Fortunately, Yeah, but But there are other forms of spirituality and transcendence. The important thing is that people realize That there is a force out there. That's greater than they are personally..
"joe johnston" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Well research group Britain by experts at NASA's Jet Propulsion elaborated. Laboratory say that the Milky Way may be full of aliens who annihilated themselves, according to a study how in the world they know that or even some eyes that is beyond me, but that's what they say in a moment. The decline of nations had a great nations end up declining. We'll be talking with Joe Johnston about that in just a moment on coast to coast. Am I? We've got a great healing story. Carnivore in the house, one of those botanicals that is so absolutely so amazing. David, your guy that has overcome severe issue with the way the light bulb went on, and I started to research and found out that save Ronald Reagan's life. Yeah, it's a wonderful thing that is bringing me back and it's been almost eight years now. How did you get it? Did you take the liquid? Did you take the castle? I was going through the capsules like I couldn't get enough. It made me feel so much better. Soon after you began taking the council's You kind of felt this was gonna be a good thing. Six months. Eight months. I can only tell you one thing The product works and it not only works in one way it works the whole bunch of different ways. Because it gives me energy gives me vitality giving me and my health did you have test the validated? And if so, did you that will test afterward The doctors gave me a clean bill. I am prick. It's just a better way kind of war has built everything back into my body. It's taken a while, but you know what? It's back there and I feel it. I can't stand now..
"joe johnston" Discussed on WDRC
"Larson show. It's a pleasure to be with you. And I'm glad to get to your phone calls and emails. Just a bit later at 866. Hey, Lars. That's 8664395277 emails. Go to talk at Lars Larson dot com. I would imagine that you like me are worried about the future not just of our country, but how it fits into the rest of the world. And there's a brand new book out on this, and it's called the Decline of Nations lessons for strengthening America at home and in the world. And I thought it would be interesting to talk to the author of this book because he's got a He's got an interesting resume or a CV if you want to be fancy. Joe Johnston is a graduate of Princeton, which would ordinarily have you thinking Well, he's probably a liberal, and he got a master's degree from Harvard, and that probably doubles down to the liberalism. And then you say he's a lawyer, and he's practice in New York City in Washington, D C and say that just about guarantees that he has to be a screaming left wing liberal, But then you see that his book is published, well, his first book, the Limit. Of government was published by regularly and right there the title and the publisher tell you Now, this is a guy who actually believes in limited government and maximum liberty for citizens. Or at least that's what I guess. Mr Johnston. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much larger. It's player. Am I right in assessing that, even though you went to Princeton and Harvard and you and your lawyer that you're not exactly a left wing blue state liberal. Yes. I somehow overcame those handy caps and I am definitely not a raving liberal. Well, let's talk about this. He's a visiting lecturer at the University of Virginia Law School. And I'm sure given the UVA is not exactly the most conservative campus in the world. Although it is in a formerly conservative state, Virginia used to be solid red. Now it's It's more like purple and I think the north end of it is a little bit on the blue side. But let's talk about how you came to write the decline of nations. What the lessons in it are for our country and the way our country fits in with the rest of the world. Okay, Lars. Well, I can't write this book over a long history of being interested in the subject of the decline of empires are I rolled my college thesis on Gibbon's decline and fall of the Roman Empire. And I was always been interested in that, and the book starts out with a chapter on room. And it just explores. What is it that makes nations strong and then what factors lead to a decline in that strength because, after all, virtually all nations have declined all of them of decline. Some rise again and some don't Are we on a path toward that? Now? Are you seeing the harbingers of decline for the United States? There is some evidence of that. Lars definitely were still A strong military power and commercial power may be the strongest military in commercial power in the world. But there are signs of decay. They're signs of decay and some of our institutions like the family. Which is weakened, then weakened by of Various things..
"joe johnston" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In some areas. Some just require certain features. Sinti mobile dot com You're listening To addition it up with Jan Di Autry and welcome back to dishing it up. I met Joe Johnston in 1989. We started our businesses together. I started a cookie company and he started the coffee plantation. At that time, Starbucks was just on the scene. People were still trying to figure out when a lot it wass. And here comes Joe Johnson with the most incredible concept for Coffee in Arizona. And it really put coffee on the map here in Arizona. Well, Jo didn't stop there. Joe. I'm you know what I've called you. I'm calling you the culinary mayor of Gilbert. Do you like that? I couldn't work with that. Yeah, I think I can. I think so, too, because after the coffee plantation you headed back home, which was Gilbert and before anybody knew what Gilbert was all about, you put Joe's really barbecue right there on Main Street, and everybody followed suit. And I do credit you for bringing life and food and joy and just everything to downtown Gilbert. Thank you. Absolutely. So, how are you? And what's new with you? Well, damn, there's a lot. We just opened after Israel Barbecue which you know that itself open in 1998 we do open. Just you two go Topo, which is our large to the great road trippy around 66. We built a little too hard, square foot building where they go from top called Po Po and trying to look like from the twenties or thirties and super streamlined. Alone today and also officer so it's designed to be one of those things is super tight little concept. Walk up to it, Andhra. Mind you of the route. 66 you got Joe's Farm Grill Joe's real Barbecue Liberty Market Now Topo. You ever going to stop? No. Why would you think I know exactly. So, Speaking of doing what you like you decided that you wanted to stay close to home if you're going to work so hard. Agra. Topia is all the buzz and has been in the East Valley for a long, long time. Tell me what Agra Topia is and your connection and why you decided to create a culinary world there so as not to appear with our families and wave coming our way. We thought Let's just say that we went out or should we take control of it and store the land in Crete and its village life the way we would like to see it, and so we decided to stay with us and did aglow quiches, preserving urban agriculture and topia. Which is creating kind of the ideal from our point of view community, yes, and glued together. So we're basically a where the bombing as the center feature instead of apple, adult corn or a lake or something like that, And obviously, you know, from their cooking experience, it's all about the ingredients. So if you could start great ingredients grow organically tamales and tomatoes. Everything. Then that all moved up the food chain to great dishes and great experiences that sort of well, what's really neat about it. When you go to Gilbert and you go to Agra Topia. It's a really experience. You can have the most wonderful sandwiches and then you can wander the the grounds and find out where that food came from. Right. So it's such a great learning experience while you're I mean, it's a wonderful place, Tio take out of towners or just Some time with your family. And what's neat about it, Jo is that you grew up in those buildings. I mean, where the coffee is. Now. That was your tractor shed. Right? Exactly. Oh, my goodness. All right, so let's go back a little bit and go. Let's head back down to downtown Gilbert and Joe's real barbecue. What? What do we order on the menu this week? Well, oddly enough, my favorite meat is Turkey. Turkey on hero is usually very bland. But that's because of the way because ours is incredibly flavor for me to see my order is the turkey came our famous barbecue being and coal for that would be my go to now. Nice would be remember that they didn't also try brisket. You know, I think that barbecue that's like the The gauge of a great barbecue. How well they do brisket ribs. You know, she lives there like a big deal. Yes, Absolutely. What about Joe's Farm Grill? Okay, so just for grill, I have a number of things that I really like. I go to for breakfast is Joe's big breakfast sampler all of our stuff. Yes, yes, in And if I'm being good, the chicken salad we could really, really delicious again pays almost too. On the barbecue itself, but super press delicious green to the farm and then finding a little body. You know, they're frightened. They're delicious and the fried shrimp And then if I really want to be really try tramp with a side of onion rings and fried zucchini. I mean, that's like fried on top of me, and you had me at fried Okay, and then it and then it Topal. What would you suggest? We'll talk when you know you've got. Thankfully, it's pretty straightforward. So I get a little so you can choose between chicken and pork chicken, Then you can choose between the basic on the loco and I get the local because it's got you know the the camera got. It's got loaded corn, and it's got extra flavor profiles in it. I get that now I'm trying to watch my weight. Forget it is a poem instead of a burrito, you know, so I don't have that extra card and then I might get a prickly pear vanilla swirl come off. Dipped in dark chocolate. Oh, my gosh, Joe. Do you need a cookie maker for any of your culinary enterprises? I want to be by your side looking for great people. Janu, you know, simply doesn't make it so no, that is very true. And that's the experience that you get with all of your locations. I know that you were interviewed by Mark Tarbell on PBS for the plate and poor and One of the things that I learned from Mark Joe years ago is I said, Mark, you make everything look so easy. And he said, Well, then I'm doing my job, aren't I? And I'm stuck with me that has stuck with me and has been my mantra all through my career. And Joe, you're the same way. People look at you and go. He created the coffee plantation out of nothing. He created Jos. Real barbecue in a town where there was nothing. Now you've got Agra, Topia and Topo. But you make it look easy. How do you do that? Well, then, for one thing, I'm an engineer by training, And so what Engineers to is, basically, they come up. With solutions. Wayne tried it step by step. Try to figure out if you want to make what would that look like? And then you go through with what is best that what is the right one burger there? What kind of meat is only with some of them? And one of my major, though, is I have a great team by business partners are very talented people. We've got culinary ins on staff and a broad range of people who bring their perspective as well. If I consent from initial directives Direction and monitor. You've got people who have different in color. Well, we are so proud of you. Your Arizona's own Whatever you're dealing, Joe, you keep doing it and we will follow you and give us the best website to reach you. Well, I wouldn't be healthy a nd I t r o p a community And then all of the other restaurants owned. Website. Basically name very good agra topia dot com Joe Johnson, You're amazing..
"joe johnston" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"The designs for the Falcons and for Iota for all these different. Components of that. That saga and reading the I'm reading the. RENSSELAER, making of empire strikes back right now, and he's all over it. Is it a while I was watching? Captain America the first Avenger and there are so many components of that that have the. The supernatural Nazi kind of stuff. That was all over Indiana. Jones and. Realizing that Joe Johnston has a connection to Lucasfilm in those films so profoundly. I thought that was really neat. That that some of these craters can put their signature aesthetic and. Visual imprint on almost everything. They do very profoundly so. Really Cool. Yeah I love Joe. Johnson's films and it's it's kind of cool that he's had a visual expect ground. There's actually there's a bit of a strong history and visual effects artists. Supervisor's wanting to get into directing. Not all of them have been successful, but even James. Cameron started out as a matte painter. Before. He became a director, so I think a lot of visual effects people want to be. Behind the camera was David fincher a guy. He was a camera person at island as well. That's Krenz. Yeah Cool Okay gentlemen so thank you so much for. Chatting about this topic I want to thank our guest. Ian Fails to remind people that they can go to before and after dot com to find an entertainment. Storytelling site that uses visual effects as an entry way into a fun and compelling discussions about the magic of of cinematic visual storytelling, the magic behind it, and it's not just nerdy You Know Green Screen Staf about CJ. I! It's it's about magic tricks, and the visuals that are created by this group of artists that come together to. Really blow our minds when we sit down and lend our eyeballs to the screen for for the story to come alive in front of us so. In what's what's up for you? What's anything you want to promote or anything going on right now? I. Really Love to save films. Get back into cinemas. Don't have motor right about know that you mentioned the Patriot on. That's really great of you and thanks for the support that that's been a really fun way for me to connect with raiders, and there's a ton of bonus content on et I. also love doing. That I'm if you check out the patron, you can say so. Yeah, WE'LL! DIG Not. I will say even though the topic was of 'em G V effects sequences in films. The time has never been better for the effects in television and. So there's so many great series that in covers there's. The man delorean! We stuff about westworld. We see stuff about a lot of stuff that we see on television I think you've covered doctor. Who in the past I'm not quite sure definitely. Game of thrones too, so there's a lot of great stuff to follow. That isn't even a movie. Golden Ages. It is so we're GONNA. Move onto the scoring part of it, and there's a little bit of a tradition. It's not a rule, but somewhat of a tradition that the guest comes in and. Beats up on our Co. hosts and and supporting and I gotta say that happened again this time. Even though some of your choices were a little bit cover the same films, so you each get points for. The bulletin sequences from the Matrix and each points for. The choosing inception. Each good points for traffic park. But then I'm going to give Ian. The Mirror shot from contact because I did see that blog entry on before, and after his and I could not after watching it multiple times discern where where the camera switched or worthy of composite happened so super cool. So thanks so much for listening. This has been the Mount Rushmore of OMG. Effects sequences in films is always Jeff I'm Richard. Michael. I'm in..
"joe johnston" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"Joe, Johnston pulls back again. By July eighth, he's well entrenched on the North Bank. So the Chattahoochee, the last river between the Union army in Atlanta. At tecumseh could attack the confederate position head on. or He could cross the chattahoochee south of rebel. Lines. Threaten. Their. Rear. Becomes done both of those things and he wants to try something new. You. Know Surprise Joe in his gray. Gladman. Enter General John Scofield. John Takes his small army on a recon mission north of the confederate position and finds a barely guarded ferry where his entire force could easily cross the chattahoochee. Even better for the Union army's Joe. Johnston's got his cavalry miles to the southwest covering the place where he thinks union troops might cross the river. Let's do this job. At three thirty P. M. John's men's splash across the chattahoochee and take the southern's totally by surprise. By Sundown, the Union, Army of the Ohio has built two pontoon bridges taking the high ground entrenched and is ready to defend their position. Town that's good work, John Its top it all off John reports that this move is done quote without the loss of a man. Close quote. This slinky maneuver forces Joe Johnston to retreat again. He takes his manned Peach Tree Creek a small stream runs east to west only five miles north of Atlanta proper. And that's the last move that the balding confederate general will make not because he finally stops you trine of course, but because he gets fired. Here's how that goes down. CSI President Jefferson Davis is sick and tired of watching. Joe. Give up ground in Georgia. So July Sixteenth Jeff Asks Joe to explain his overall plan to save Atlanta from the Yankees. The general. Answers. As the enemy has doubled number, we must beyond the defensive I plan of operation must therefore depend upon that the enemy. Is mainly to watch for opportunity to fight advantage. That's Joe. Your boss wants a plan of action. You WanNa stay on the defensive. Jeff Davis thinks this plans sucks. Joe Johnston has to go. So on July Seventeenth Jeff Sachs experienced but underperforming Joe Johnston via telegram. I express no confidence that you can defeat or repel the enemy. You are hereby relieved from the command of the Army and Department of Tennessee, which you will immediately turn over to General John Hood. How much that's almost says badged girlfriend breaking up with you via taxed. But WHY IS JEFF choosing to promote relatively inexperienced General John Hood. Well, as it so happens, John has been writing to Jeff and see Assay War Secretary James Seddon for weeks now. The confident blue eyed commander has been talking up his own qualifications while not. So subtly hinting that other confederate generals like next in line William Hardy referred Joe Johnston's defensive plans. The same day John Gets promoted war Secretary James said, and sends a message to him saying quote you are charged with great trust. You will I know test to the utmost your capacities to discharge it. Be No less wary than bold. Exactly a message that exudes confidence but aggressive eager for fight John, has command now. Let's see how he does. On July Twentieth Union troops start moving toward the confederate army and its newly promoted leader John. In General George Thomas in his army marched across Peachtree creek in a direct assault on confederate lines. But John's rebelled troops are ready for the attack. What they aren't ready for is Union General John. SCOFIELD's advanced from the east. Not Good. John Scrambles data's grey clad soldiers in position for this two pronged federal salt at four pm John is finally ready to launch an attack to stop the Yankees but this delay gave union commanders a chance to prepare instead of marching into confederate lines they dig in on the highly defensible southbank of Peachtree Creek and wait for the rebels to attack them. The confederate assault devolves into a bloody mess in the sweltering afternoon, heat and humidity. John's lack of overall field command experience begins to show one Alabama soldier recalls. The most perfect order and system and movements of the army under Johnston suddenly changed into utter confusion. Cavalry were hurrying in one direction artillery flying in another infantry double quickening another. And everywhere confusion. In only a few hours of fighting John Loses around forty, seven, hundred men while inflicting only one thousand, seven, hundred, ten casualties on the Union forces. The defeated confederate general retreats behind intimidating defenses that ring Atlanta. But there's no way aggressive John is just going to sit and wait for come to Sherman to attack him. This guy got schooled by the likes of Bobby Lee and Stonewall Jackson. He's not going to cower before the enemy. Now. On the night of July Twenty First, John Orders William, hardy in two infantry divisions on a night march to attack. General James McPherson's Army of the Tennessee. This army stationed east of Atlanta and is threatening to not only shell the city but also break the making rail line. John can't have that. So we want man to get around the union rear and launch a surprise attack at dawn. Year that doesn't work. The march starts late the men are exhausted. The still night air is hot as hell and confused Calorie leaves the infantry right into the reinforced union front instead of sneaking around the back. Nice Despite this mess at noon on July twenty. Second William Orders, his southern boys to attack. The uncoordinated assault by exhausted rebel soldiers meet stiff, federal. Resistance General James McPherson keeps a close eye on the battle to ensure as men can hold their ground. Within an hour James Learns that there's a half mile gap between his Fifteenth Sixteenth Cores and that the confederates could easily exploited. He's got to close it. James. In a staff, mount their horses a start writing the dense woods toward the battle. came. So anxious, he rides ahead of his men. The young general soon, see soldiers through the trees. He also sees their gray uniforms. The confederates have already infiltrated the gaps in his lines. James can't hide. The confederates have heard his horse. Halt. One of them yells others take aim with their rifles. James Turns horse around the before can ride safety confederates fire. Thirty five year old up and coming James Drops off his horse dead before he hits the ground. When comp hears about James, death he shocked. He later reports Suddenness of this terrible calamity would have overwhelmed me with grief. But the living demanded my whole thoughts..
"joe johnston" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"By early afternoon, come calls off the attack counts bodies. To Union. Officers are dead, general, Charles, Harker and Colonel Daniel. McCook. Another. Three thousand of his soldiers are wounded or dead. There's plenty of blame to go around as to why and how the Union assault failed today become points to the loss of important. Leaders as a mean 'cause. He reports to Henry Hallaq had harker and McCook not been struck down. So early, the assault would have succeeded, and then the battle would have all been in our favor on account of our superiority of numbers, position and initiative. Whether that's true or just battlefield bravado will never know. Come does let down his guard in the letter he writes to his daughter Minnie that night. The battle-weary general tells his thirteen year old. I ought not to make promises. For I daily see too many officers buried by the roadside or carried to the rear main mangled to count on much of a future. Oof that's a grim outlook. Become Scott Point. The Union army does make some progress today. While, the battle raged one of comes divisions crossed Creek South and confederate lines off small rebel unique and now controls the waterway. In short the federal flank Joe Johnston again and he'll have to entreat. Looks like everyone's learning something today to come figures out that frontal assaults are deadly ineffectiveness. and Joe was learning though he should know it already. Awesome breast words in the Bachelor..
"joe johnston" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Or honey I shrunk the kids Joe Johnston is going back to the well that was the movie that really made him as a director and he is in early talks to helm a reboot of the franchise war who else but Disney Josh gad has been circling this remake for a while he wants to play the arrests were around us in the nineteen eighty nine original why can't Rick Moranis played he was finding yeah he's retired for quite some time he doesn't act at all anymore but I mean I get it though I. under we were in those movies honey yeah follow my honey I blew up the kid that's right honey I did something that I don't remember I don't remember that one there was a class Kevin Costner now we already stories in the paramount series Yellowstone which is doing quite well but he's already look at another gig executive producer of a drama and B. B. C. called I. S. B. either this I. S. B. it's about the special agents of the investigative services branch who are tasked with solving the most complex and heinous crimes committed there is currently no deal in place for Mister Coster to star in this drama you just go to the beach you want to talk to me don't ask me for stuff like that I'm a long way from getting I don't I don't have that ready don't ask me the end of March gore seizes the Irishman according to Netflix to thirteen point two million total viewers over its first five days on Netflix that's an impressive number not quite as much as bird box which did sixteen point nine million but there is still very very well I did see another survey that said that less than fifteen percent of the Netflix viewers watched it in one sitting lesson how many less than fifteen percent watched it in one sitting there that number that you watch in one sitting yeah I guess we gotta stay high it didn't mean I didn't leave the room for a hot what I said keep the keep it rolling yes this exciting for all and that is it let more.
"joe johnston" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"I i think kind of mirrors in in some ways yeah that one i agree with i love american met where wolf in london and it was definitely the humor or to the fact that landis blends a lot of humor into it of course american werewolf us much more serious film bun eh there's that there's that idea there of how the the the where creature being representative of the character's inner struggle and sort of inner demons if you will <hes> and yeah definitely del all sort of werewolf narratives. It's like like i love the wolfman to the both versions dead honest with you. I actually like joe johnston as a director and i i was in for the two thousand ten version but the universal i mean sorry the forties one in particular shum is of course another big influence also because it's a bit goofy. I wanted to that one. Maybe even more so than than american werewolf able for or the joe johnston wolfman. The original forties one with lon chaney junior because there's it has that sort of serious serious. We're taking this stuff serious and it's just so lon chaney sucks and it's so funny to like see him. I'm trying to lake emotes and like really act this stuff and he just can and it's it's. It's wonderful i also i think that casting claude rains as his dad is one of the most baffling miscast in the history of film lake launch launch eighty junior stands like two feet taller and they have different accents. I just got a lot of questions and and i wanted to on a more metal level. I wanted people to sort of go through some of that process with blossom pastor. I wanted them them to see the awkwardness and have questions about it. Play on that was part of the fun. Somme is that you turn to your buddies and you're sort of blake. Did they know ninjas are chinese. I want people to do that. That's part of what makes the movie so fun in my opinion yeah absolutely as i was watching it. You know i definitely there's a kind of a level of discovery as you're going through it to where you're starting to to kind of get on board. You know you're like like oh. This isn't what i thought it was gonna be at all. This is insane and i will say the people i'm very happy that the narrative surrounding blossom pastor so far and had the consensus seems to be oh shit. It's really good and like i'm very proud of that. The fact that it sort of is a surprise to people. I i think that is just half the fun of it and i am not a a lot of filmmakers as i know are sort of like really stentorian about like no you gotta see it in a theater or something like that. Look very venue centric. I i'm. I'm actually one of those myself alas. I had to watch it at home so well and i will say this. I will say this. I just don't i don't care as much <hes> i at the end of the day. I'm here to see a story so yeah. I wanna see it in the best way possible but if the only way available to me is on my television. I'm gonna watch it on on my t._v. I'm not gonna wait five years to see in sixty five millimeter or something sure but i will say for veloce pastor. The only venue specific thing thing that i think is important is to watch it with people like and yeah i in a theater. That's probably the best place you can do that but even if you're at home. Get your girlfriend get your wife. Get get your buddies. It's like that is the best way to see the film because then you'll be interacting with it in the way or i.
"joe johnston" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"I g every time we've gotten her attention. She just has seemed so deeply disinterested in in the fact that you wanted a movie so you know i've done my due diligence and if she wants if she wants to participate she is more than welcome to that is fantastic. It kind of makes your mind start to wonder about how many like weird crazy movies. She has funded. It might be money. Laundering uh-huh hit that point of being like all right mom whatever but yep yep that is how we got to fund it and so we for two weeks a post took like two or three months and we premier in two thousand seventeen in portland so two thousand seventeen. I'm trying to remember and this is the next thing i wanted to ask you is. I'm trying to remember when you know the title and everything like kind of viral and everything. How like was it done at that. Point was it already already like in distribution was getting its distribution deal on everything no not yet released the poster and we released the trailer in this ops and stuff back in two thousand seventeen and you know it buzzed a little got talked about but certainly not to the extent it would be <hes> <hes> but the thing that you know studio coordinators talk as sorry festival coordinators talk and <hes> <hes> so i think i ended up submitting to like four or five festivals and we ended up playing at like thirty because they kept sharing amongst each other and i kept getting these e mails from from festival coordinators being hey. We heard about your movie. We'd love to see a screener and you know you just keep sending it out and they kept responding positively so after a while we were approached by by a distribution company we were approached by several and so we finally went with wild eye because they seemed like the most above the board dudes and it seems very much in their lane and and they just seemed like a great fit and they were they have been so what ended up happening was i think we signed with them late 2018 because it takes a while for it to sort of proliferate <hes> and we signed with them late twenty eighteen they released their revamped damped poster in a revamped trailer on april twentieth the day before easter which and i think i was just i would love to shake the hand if whoever came up with releasing show loss of pastor easter weekend on four twenty so it just that was when it exploded. Um no no yeah and that is probably when you heard about it. It was like i think so now that you mention it yeah yeah it was it was and it was so strange because doc part of what's been so surreal about this is like you know we finished. We've wrapped in two thousand sixteen so it's like to me. I'm like i. I love this movie but to me. I'm like yeah. I made that like three years ago right. It's just kind of surreal. I'm so happy it's finding an audience now but it's it's. It's just funny. It's life is a mysterious journey. Let me tell you oh yeah absolutely well. Why don't we get into some of these. <hes> movies these puzzle pieces. We call them here. The movies that we thought may have inspired you you already did bring up black dynamite. I was going to bring that one up also also grind house both as a film and just as genre in general these are definitely. It sounds like things that were major influences for you absolutely especially black dynamite that yeah that movie was like what i i think it's overselling it a little now but i i would say to people during filming that movie is our bible and it's the only movie i made all of them watch because i was like this is what they're doing for. Blaxploitation asian is what i wanna do for that kind of z grade horror and exploitation film and i just think you know black. Dynamite is just a brilliant movie. I think it is so funny and one of the rare comedies that succeeds almost every minute of screen time. I love head so that was a huge huge influence grind house. Yes more esoteric because i would say they actually that grind house was a bigger influence on the original trailer <hes> that that was more around the time of grind house yeah it was definitely definitely part of the spark to do it like the idea that you could make a short film that is shaped like a trailer and a fake trailer and that's it's like sort of a viable means for a narrative that is of course directly ripped from grind house. I was also watching just a lot of trailers from hell all this website <hes> back then and so i was just having all these grind house titles tossed may so when when i saw veloce pastor or like when that came to my brain it just everything sort of clicked where i was like. Oh that sounds like one of these movies shum just that whole that whole genre for sure just exploitation cinema is of course a huge influence on both versions but is that is that autocorrect correct story true very true. Yes absolutely true and it's like that. That is where that's why when my phone auto corrected velociraptor due to velocity pastor like i said i had just seen grind house i'm huge tarantino guy android rigas and so that was on my brain trailers from hell was on my brain so when i looked at my phone and i saw veloce pastor i was just like batum movie and so yeah i think i think definitely on the final film there's bits of grind house in there for sure i mean i think that you just fold those influences winces into yourself after a while so you're for sure in there but i will. I will say that during filming. I wasn't thinking about grind house much. I was thinking much more about you. Know things is like monty python an airplane black dynamite sure absolutely <hes> well. I'm going to go to another one which was orgasmic in the films of trey parker worker especially with this narrative like i was saying on the main episode. <hes> of just you know the this guy was just like this religious guy who oh you know everyone's kind of telling him that he should be using these powers even though they're so ungodly and everything and he's always got that one foot still stuck back in religion and that seems to be something that's exc gone through a bunch of trey parker stuff actually yeah yeah it has and you know what's funny is. I have never seen orgasm. Oh i've had a couple couple of people bring it up now and i. I love south park i for years i was like a pretty <hes> <hes> devout viewer of it and i will say definitely his his writing for sure him and matt stone john. I think that they have a really genuinely good ability when they want to to donate very clever commentary terry on things yeah just some episodes of south park. I think are just some the most brilliant comedy writing. I've ever seen the trapped in the closet ause. It is just amazing screenplay and like you know i definitely took a lot of that in but shockingly have never besides the south park movie. I have never seen one of their feature films. I've never seen basketball and i've never seen team america. They've been on my end orgasmic. Ah the men on my list for years just haven't gotten to them yet. I would've loved to because i'm sure that they are brilliant. Also the book of mormon music. Oh god incredible. I'm sure i would love it and it's one of those things where i'm just like yeah. I don't have an excuse. I just haven't seen it yet. I know that feeling but it is funny because definitely things like like that are definitely influences just in not that one in specific. I would say sure a lot of a lot of orgasmic adjacent stuff. That's absolutely well yeah and then of chorus we spun off of that into the trauma films which you know that that kind of brings an another level of kind of at the same time as being adjacent to trey parker darker. It's adjacent to the you know the so bad. It's good b movie horror type things you know yeah absolutely and i definitely it's funny. There are very a few trauma films. I really adore but i admire their. Ethos like like i. I really have respect act for that sort of scrappy d._i._y. Make your own damn movie kind of mentality. That was why i also gravitated towards rodriguez. Severi went when i was first starting out being interested in film because that's sort of demystification of what it what it's like to make a movie and and what you need to make a movie i found very appealing and and so both both kaufman and end you know rodriguez have that in them and they're not always good always swing and i admire that <hes> so a lot with a little exactly and i also admire from trauma the unapologetic nature of how low budget it is laying with that becomes part of the appeal and that definitely i took an influence where there's you know when you're operating with the budget that low you can give two options which is try and hide it or embrace it and so i always respected movies vs more that would embrace it and so i chose to do so as well that was part of the reason also the punk music in it sure i. I thought that maybe they would be had sort of a shared d._i._y. Ethos so also brings to mind kevin smith a little bit as well. Yes yes and that is he is another filmmaker that i'm like. He's not always great but nothing but respect for his work ethic lake he he does it. He he makes whatever the hell he wants to and doesn't really care and i have respect for that totally absolutely well another movie that we brought up with american werewolf both in london which i think again you know to go to just the the straight up the character progression and all that i i think kind of mirrors in in some ways yeah that one i agree with i love american met where wolf in london and it was definitely the humor or to the fact that landis blends a lot of humor into it of course american werewolf us much more serious film bun eh but there there's that there's that idea there of how the the the where creature being representative of the character's inner struggle and sort of inner demons if you will <hes> and yeah definitely del all sort of werewolf narratives. It's like like i love the wolfman to the both versions dead honest with you. I actually like joe johnston as a director and i i was in for the two thousand ten version but the universal i mean sorry the forties one in particular shum is of course another big influence also because it's a bit goofy. I wanted to that one. Maybe even more so than than american werewolf able for or the joe johnston wolfman. The original forties one with lon chaney junior because there's it has that sort of serious serious. We're taking this stuff serious and it's just so lon chaney's and it's so funny to like see him. I'm trying to lake emotes and like really act this stuff and he just can and it's it's. It's wonderful i also i think that casting claude rains as his dad is one of the most baffling miscast in the history of film lake launch launch eighty junior stands like two feet taller and they have different accents..
"joe johnston" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Won't play if you will yes the soon right now you want don't he is I become donkey of the day club yeah it's not here today Thursday July eighteenth go the Republican senator rand Paul now who remembers when the legendary John Stewart was on Capitol Hill testifying for the nine eleven victim compensation for now what is the nine eleven victim compensation for it is a fine the compensate victims of nine eleven del in exchange for their agreement not to sue airline corporations involved now to nine eleven victim compensation fund was set to expire in back of Joe Johnston was on Capitol Hill fighting for the fun to be extended let's play some what John had to say for those of forgot there is not a in here there is not an empty chair on that stage that didn't tweet out never forget the heroes of nine eleven never forget their bravery never forget what they did what they gave to this country well here they are they responded in five seconds they did their jobs grace NASA the humility eighteen years later do yours your indifference costs these men and women their most valuable commodity so one thing the running out of why would you be against is the greatest terror attack ever on American soil why wouldn't you still be taking care of your first use part of this is what I'd be saying about America you have all these people have with this is probably going to be so American so patriotic who get upset when captain again of the football players Neil when the national anthem is played will get upset when people like a you'll see a representative all my have the nerve to use their freedom of speech to speak about things they don't like about this country column one patriotic you say they hate America you tell him go back where he came from when it comes time to take care of fellow Americans he showed real unpatriotic people are because yesterday the first responders healthcare bill was about to be unanimous unanimously passed unanimously no unanimously me right all okay that is correct but one person one monkey stop the show let's go to CVS to NY report please Mister president I ask unanimous consent to deliver and was looking to fast track the new nine eleven funding bill through the Senate but was stopped by a single senator rand Paul of Kentucky for any new spending that we are approaching any new program that's going to have the longevity of seventy eighty years should be offset by cutting spending that's less valuable the bill would re authorize the victim compensation fund through twenty ninety but senator Paul says he wants to offer an amendment to pay for the bill the bill already passed the house with four hundred and two votes and senator Gillibrand says they have more than enough support in the Senate senator Paul may have turned his back on her first responders today but now we have a filibuster proof bi partisan support of seventy three co sponsors in addition to myself which means there are no more excuses for those on the other side number did down we ran both of these blocking because of the twenty two trillion dollar debt that America has all right okay all that sounds good rand Paul the same person who voted in favor of president Donald trump's one point five trillion dollar tax cut my way that tax cut is helping drive the deficit increase ramp part of the mind US deficit increases he just mind US deficit increases when he doesn't agree away to money is going I don't know why people are surprised okay you see how America treats veterans of they don't give a damn about people who have forfeited thank you out to give a damn what the first part of the nine eleven okay I believe all ventures you get free room and board for the rest of their life free healthcare they should have to pay any taxes and if you get a statement every month and pay bills and eat that's just my thought the same would first respond as I don't know what they get from the nine eleven victims compensation fund well whatever it is they deserve it now I have to defer to people smarter than me with situations like this happening Jon Stewart is smarter than all of what he was on fox news yesterday replying to rand Paul blocking the vote and he had this to say our stands up at the last minute after fifteen years of blood sweat and tears from the nine eleven community to say that it's all over now now we're going to balance the budget on the backs of the nine eleven first responder community it's absolutely outrageous Anya pardon me if I'm not impressed in any way by rand Paul's fiscal responsibility virtue signalling at some point we have to stand up for the people who have always stood up for us as right and at this moment in time maybe cannot stand up for themselves due to their illnesses and their injuries he's right it is absolutely positively no reason to block this bill other than being evil all right rand Paul you are the Grinch that stole the first one is nine eleven victims compensation fund now statement came out to say some of the polls not blocking anything you simply seeking to pay for any bill senator Paul always believe that need to be paid for it does not pay for everybody who voted for quite no stability to be paid for it clearly they know where the money is so ramp all why you know only person blocking the payment of it I'm all for people standing alone why try to fit in when you were born to stand out but rainfall this is not the one to be alone on okay this is one of those times when going with the crowd is absolutely fine you know when your.
"joe johnston" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The building showed protesters in the Legislative Council all they spray painted the walls with graffiti defaced Hong Kong seal and hung up a British colonial era flag for hours the situation seemed out of control then the police moved back in Claudia mo is a pro democracy legislator who works in that occupied hall and anger and frustration Hong Kong's government issued a statement condemning the extremely violent acts saying the police would take appropriate enforcement action to protect public order and safety I'm Steve cast in battle Saudi Arabia says nine people including one Indian have been wounded in a drone attack on a southern airport by Yemen's Iranian backed Hootie rebels kingdom said the attack targeted the OB hot regional airport which has repeatedly been targeted by Hootie's in recent weeks the attacks come amid heightened tensions over Tehran's unraveling nuclear deal Iran said Monday it broke through the stockpile limitations of the agreement a Facebook evacuated for buildings in two people were being evaluated for possible exposure to the nerve agent sarin on Monday after package that was delivered to the fifth male facility tested positive for the toxic compounds Menlo Park fire marshal Joe Johnston said incoming mail going through routine processing tested positive for serin everything is contained a quarantine within the building right now which is great and the fact that we have no signs or symptoms with anybody is is great Johnston says the Facebook facility test all the packages that come in and they had a positive test so they just initiated their standard protocol the FBI is assisting in the investigation Facebook spokesman Anthony Harrison said in a statement that authorities have not yet identified the substance found I'm bill Michaels well it's easy to understand the fact that South Korea has been threatened for so many years by the existence of North Korea that though they might have a little bit of an itchy trigger finger the military there they do yeah it's a little little of I'm nervous tell you that story here in just a moment and meet cocoa Goff that's a name the tennis fans will be hearing for many years yeah an amazing story it really is that's coming up on five seventy KLIF first traffic.
"joe johnston" Discussed on American Innovations
"Basis helped the film, run through the camera or steadily more advanced lenses didn't hurt either. By January nineteen eighty this impressive progress was at risk of grinding to a halt. They were only four months until release and critical seen wasn't working if I Elim couldn't make the sequence perfect. The Empire Strikes back would get laughed off the screen in the first thirty minutes. That's right. The problem was the movies, first clash between good, and evil. The massive confrontation between the empire and the rebellion on Hof. In the scene. The imperials towering at walkers advance on the rebels base on Hof rebel pilots, led by Luke Skywalker. Hop into the small wedge shaped fighter ships called snow speeders and swarm the imperial. Walkers, hoping to bring them down. The issue was IM could make convincing special effects in space. Thanks to the background the darkness of space this fight. However occurs during broad daylight blue sky, above and white snow below and the rebels snow. Speeders just didn't look right. Seen after seeing that's thanks to this pesky blackout line known as Matt lines. No special effects crew in history. It ever attempted to create a scene in which AFL spaceships launch into battle against a non star field. Background for good reason. How do you make black matte lines? Disappear in the background isn't black like space. After watching CNN after seen full of garish Matt lines and I'll screening room Lucas peers around slowly at the visual effects artists either side of him. There's Richard Ettlin. Brian Johnson, Bruce Nicholson, Joe Johnston, and Denis.
"joe johnston" Discussed on American Innovations
"It made sense to keep the name of the company that owned the warehouse before, so that artists could work under the radar. The plot details and designs of The Empire Strikes back must remain confidential. The new aisle am is still under construction. The task is to make the empty warehouse feel like less of an empty warehouse walls are being constructed equipment from Los Angeles is being on boxed workers are grappling with faulty electricity amid all this chaos Lucas, Joe Johnston, and Dennis Muren are discussing production. So Joe Dennis. Where are we with the imperial tanks? Johnston unveils, a number of intriguing sketches the will become the first major confrontation of the film, Luke Skywalker leading a rebel fleet of flying snow speeders against imperial tanks. Ruthlessly advancing upon the heroes base on the icy planet Hof. I was thinking instead of imperial tanks. What about imperial walkers? If our in this alien environment, I figure, the empire should have vehicles a bit more unique than super-size tanks. That's just too easy. Don't you think? Lucas scrutinises? Johnston's catches Josten continues. I'm slipping through this US steel promotional brochure. This one section out steel will be used in the future. They had this full color painting of truck on legs that would walk. What if we took that concept weaponized it used it for the empire Lucas delivers his verdict? I like that. Let's do it, but do me a favor make it about ten times bigger and make it four legged. Instead of two. We'll call it the all terrain armored transport. Dennis obviously something like this isn't practical to build as an actual vehicle. So how do we do the effect urine thinks he knows how to pull it off? Let's go with stop motion for this. There's only one infamous problem.
"joe johnston" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"So you can wait. I mean you can take your time and then let them see what happens. So, and what about this rapid, maybe he could turn his uplift? That's all well. Good. But just understand by the time if your best case in her happen, but guys ready LeBron over the reduced to a lesser version of himself. So you have a Brian, you kinda use them. You can't just keep them in the garage, and we'll get to it. Join us here on the morning show. So when you look at the Lakers at the four spot, right, I've come up with several different scenarios mean trying to figure out what they should do if for if they should drive garland and figure out how to package Lonzo up and move him or should they pack up and four and some assets. And try to get the number one spot in. Is that a possibility to four some young assets to go up to the number one spot? I don't think so. I think when you talk about Zeina Williams. We took up four that even quotes. Right. It's not. This is not like the Marquel full draft where you could say markup full number one, but I kinda like you know, he that much of a big number one over over a decent Tatum. Right. You could see that you could say, maybe you'll say that before the draft pool to better but he's not a hundred billion times better the problem with this draft is I on Luke's one hundred million times better than everybody. Let alone the fourth bit that Lee. You could I think some people could start to make an argument John Moran. Might turn out to be better. But once you pass those you, then it's we know he'd better than his teammate said do because he thought we saw he didn't play. And we saw Abbott when he did plays it. You can't send the Moran reddish or Barrett a better than him. And then it just gets worse from on there. So I, I don't see the number one being traded for number four or or even if it comes Brandon Ingram. And I mean, that's none of those guys quite. Vonda. Let me ask you this does Anthony Davis worth the fourth pick. I would have to be he'd have to you'd have to say unequivocally I coming back, and even if he says that you still if you're New Orleans now you have Boston on the table, number four pick or rather have let's say dictate them or Jaylen Brown. One of those guys and remember, just two four is some assets to now, I know that contain them Jalen Brown 'cause they got asset to y'all have a monopoly on active. I mean, were you in Phoenix during the Joe Johnson free agency, period? When he left when he went that link. I came right after that. Okay. No. I know I know what the question. I know the stories. Is there? Anything of franchise can say to a guy that is made it apparent that he wants to bounce that would get him to stay, because that is also part of the anti Davis equation. Yeah. I think there is, I think we'll for Joe Johnston. What happened was something very specific. He wanted X amount in the sons wanted to pay like three million dollars less than that. Right. And that was the product of a new owner didn't know what he was doing and trying to Bogart. And so then Joe Joe went out and had a tremendous season. And then Atlanta came in with a huge opera she way more like almost twice as much as what Joe was originally asking for. And most importantly, they put a do they can't just anymore, but they said, twenty million dollars due on November first and the owner and Tina 'cause like any kind of money. And now that right. So, and then after Joe left, he said, oh, man. It was a big mistake he regretted after Lee, a chip on his hands..
"joe johnston" Discussed on Through the Wire
"He has those accolades are never been a top-five center and never people. Oh, so when asked me of Joachim, nor was and I said, no as much as I loved okay them as much as three four year prime. He's very very good. He's not a hall of Famer. I'm sorry. What about Joe Johnston? Yes. Yes. I I say. say I wouldn't normally say let me see it's not a lot. I know star which is impressive for Joe Johns. All rookie. And then all NBN two thousand nine this accolades. He's never won any awards. What he's been an all-star. Score. And that's what they kind of twenty twenty plus going, for example, like Tracy McGrady would be him. It's very similar see twenty-five. It's far as their overall accolades and their statistics. I'm not sitting there to same player because agrees obviously, a lot better. I want to look like a pair of one like seven time all star. Time say all in BA. Okay. Two-time scorn g right? That's a big difference. I'll take that back. I take that back. I do not know he's a seven time. All right. I I didn't know that either. either. I thought I knew he was in there. Couple times seven who twenty eight twenty five and five twenty four. My my thoughts. Matt I'm sorry. Having on the show. I'm sorry. Mean one? Yes. I would say say so. Yep. Okay. What are the best point guards have even though it was kinda short lived and lamb this Chandu their big force famous, and I'll number should be retired. If you ask me, I have one more couple more was thinking of who's another point in the Rondo era. CP nice definitely out Horford is apple for like as he on his way. He's a ring short. Yes. Okay. So if he gets a rainy, he's agreed sorta maybe. Rain. Then people would also look in the magnifying. That'd be like, oh, he did all the little things for that. Same quietly all-star. Yep. All MBA in two thousand eleven defensive two thousand twenty seventeen all rookie team and all seven career numbers, aren't that? Great. But he's still we still know the impact he's not. He's never been a box scores up again. Right. But he quietly has great. And I feel like he's he's a ring away. He get a rain. He's there if he does it then it's like fifty fifty I guess, but even then that doesn't, but I think about the Basketball Hall of fame, but they just allow so many. Two point where they need to kind of they need a fischel Fisher hall of fan like the top of the top the hall of fame in the Basketball Hall of fame like the NBA hall of fame has like the top hundred people to ever play this game. Right. And they get like you got to be so good that you got to move somebody out of that list for you to get. You make it then a year later somebody knocks you out of the whole damn leg. Baggies. What is that the golf has like golden jacket for if you win a something, right? You get like a goal jus green jacket right greenback. The NBA golden jacket or something this hang it up or you wear it if you'll national TV like while Fraser where some shit like that. But let's get into something. Like we ask him fans about some NBA opinions. So I picked some of my favorite or least favorite to see..