18 Burst results for "Joe Wright"

"joe wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"joe wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Thanks if you're interested in seeing something like that. You should also checking richard because there are some sequences that resemble that very thing. You're king richard. If you don't i'll i'll stunned. I'll move to tell you right fulltime if you don't like him that makes everybody's problems all at once but I guess the other thing about gingrich's that's interesting is at telluride. It seemed like the best actor race of firmed up pretty clearly With the oscars later this year. You know. Peter dink is appearing joe rights adaptation of cyrano debris called cyrano musical with music by the two twin brothers. The disner brothers from national lot of people were like. Oh peter dan coolidge. I forgot he's amazing. I love him. I did not see. Sarah no i well. It was largely an issue of timing and a lot of people who saw even people who were joe wright doubters and joe wright is a real fifty fifty kinda heads or tails kinda filmmaker. Half half of his movies. I think are brilliant. I like atonement. And hannah are brilliant. Fascinated by his anna karenina. He also directed the woman in the window this year. Which was no good darkest hour which is kind of middling so people said that this was sort of return to form for him. I'm not terribly interested in the serrano. Debris story are you know. I feel like i've also seen it adapted so many times at this point i would say the real warning flags for me were musical and to essner.

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"joe wright" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"joe wright" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"I don't know if this is legally accurate or not but cops who have been in the military seemed to be less afraid of the public. They tend to be a royal more. Like i'll go hands on or i've been in combat so i'll talk to you. You're not that big of a deal but cops who come out of high school and get some little associate's degree and then go to a four month police academy and some podunk town and then come out in that town and a car load of four black guys gets pulled over. His heart is racing. he's terrified and he's been made to believe that black men equal danger and then he standing there with his hand on his gun shaking and let somebody opened the door. Somebody cough let someone throw drugs out the window. And he's unloading his forty like. That's what i see most of the time and so I wanna bring you in chile. And i appreciate you letting us kind of vent with him in and get get the lay of the land here but what is your take on this. How did we get to this point for for it to go from enforcing a law to no longer seemingly to care about human life. Well well so it's a game. It's a giant game. the the world is is structured by rules. All the world is structured by rules. If you step outside the balcony will fall gravity we'll take you down and everybody lives within a certain brand of rules and the supreme court has given police are rights. Every right we had your right to life is gone. You don't have a right to life not anymore. The supreme court took it away. So do you think that the supreme court sort of has at this point put officer safety above civilian safety. The reason i ask is. Because i when i was growing up i remember saying i wanted to be a police officer. I was eight ten twelve years old. I wanna be a cop. Wannabe cop. Because i thought they were heroes right and then i get older and not to offend you joe but this has got those my mindset as a kid and then i get older and i'm seeing this and then i see things like you know the the shooting of of the young twelve year old boy tamir rice and how they pull up. Open the door. Boom boom boom dead. And then i go. It used to be dangerous to be a cop. I thought you put your life in danger. You ran inside the home when the burglar was there and video after video after video. Show cops hiding behind trees hiding behind cars firing before they see anything and then going oh shit. He had a remote control. Oh shit that was an iphone. And and i'm just going if supreme court is now allowing this to be justified. Have we gotten to a point. Where officer safety is now more important than anything else officer. Safety is the reason why we had the prison system that we have. That's why because terry versus ohio. But i mean. Let's let me back joe couple of ways here. I let let me get the lay of the land with whom speaking with so joe i imagined you sound like you're white right and you. You were a cop right yes yeah no. It's okay when you talk to joe wright and everybody's listening when you hear him and he sounds nice. But but i asked a few questions evan. You'll start to see him in a different light right so so let me ask you a question. Joe how many how many Story my my audio totally cut out. Let me ask you again. how many. How many homes have you rated did you. Can you guys hear me after most of that. Might molly cut out again. We can hear you just fine here you can. Is it my microphone microphone. I got you perfectly now. I'm already have you rated anybody's home before what do you. What do you mean by ridden. Kick down the door. um iraq. you're you're talking to as a law enforcement officer. I'm assuming I've never kicked anyone store raid. Thousands search their house. Yes yeah. I've done i've done. I don't know how many times i've done a lot executed search warrant bang bang bang..

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"joe wright" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"joe wright" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Build slowly and again. I'm not gonna detail it negatively. But i will say happens. Thematically basically this sequence is the ultimate summation of the film's view of cleo as this secular saint. This is how koran remembers the woman. Who cared for him as a child. It's how he wants to honor her at the same time and it was kinda criticized right that it was ideal. Some people said it. Idealized this woman but this moment is crucial. It's a crucial retort to that. Because it involves this touch of confession enclosed part that she makes at the very end of the scene that totally humanizes her i. It brings her down if she was an angel before. She's brought down to earth in a way that makes us as viewers. Just love her all the more and then the hug that we get to hold all of this together on the beach. The water rolling up towards them. It's an all-time movie hug adam. If we ever get to that list. I'll probably revisit here and bring this up again. I would love to break things down even more. But like i said. I hope it'll just act as a tease for anyone. Who hasn't watched roma yet. And it's right there on netflix. It's still sitting there on netflix. for you i think. Sometimes we think of netflix. Just like this dross of i don't know like reality. Tv staff and series But there are great films like roma still there. Sorry i'm just reacting to the fact that you just use dross in a sentence is that is that the right word was the right word that i think so. I think the character in the scene. We massacred this week. Used his where. I got it. Okay i think you stole it from well done. You said it packs a wallop. it back of. I can't believe you actually had the nerve to revisited. As much as i would like to watch roma someday. I'm not sure. I'm ready to watch some of those scenes that one included. Yeah it's a lot. It is a lot well. My number one's a lot as well. It's a scene of total chaos. Set off a beach in world war two. But no it's not saving private ryan and it's scene where we see three hundred thousand or so british soldiers and things on fire and smoke billowing but it's not christopher nolan's dunkirk. It's joe wright's version of dunkirk in my beloved atonement from two thousand seven. Yes from little women to a tournament. I just have this warm feeling about this top five list this week josh. Two of my all time favorites. It is that five minute tracking shot. And what really makes it special beyond. Obviously the technical accomplishment is the scale of it and the utter absurdity of the imagery. It's actually even crazier than i remembered it. And i haven't seen atonement since two thousand seven. I was admitting to my daughter. Sophie who of course. I told her she has to watch. This movie was admitting to her. Though that i don't wanna watch it. I just wanna have the experience. I had with it at the toronto film festival in two thousand seven where i was just utterly transpired it but to get back to the absurdity pages of books flying in the air as they're they're being burned it seems horses being shot at point-blank range a guy at one point on a pommel horse. There's a ferris wheel in the background. There are two men wrestling. There is a chorus singing a hymn. The most of the people we see are just kind of waiting for the inevitable which is death. This is all imagery by the way that we really do not see in nolan's version of dunkirk and then at the core of it is james mcevoy's character searching staying in motion as if maybe somehow if he does stay in motion he'll find some solution some way out some way to get off that beach. It's it's actually this primal visceral thing. I think we can all relate to even as you're looking around at the chaos at the terror recognizing how insane it all is knowing that it's where you're probably going to die if you've got that urge to stay alive and to get back home to get back to the person you love then staying still isn't really an option you're always gonna fight. And he is. He is fighting. He's looking for something. It's heartbreaking and exhilarating and what makes a standout so much is it's like no other war scene or beach scene that i can think of maybe other than apocalypse now in terms of giving us a portrait of war in which it feels like. You've moved through some kind of surreal portal. Where you're you're just glimpsing the complete breakdown of order and reason and civility. And i mentioned the director joe wright cinematographer here shame mcgarvy the steady cam operator obviously so crucial to the scene success peter robertson and according to what i read today they actually did it in part at least least according to the filmmakers they did it in part out of necessity not because they were trying to really make this bravura spectacle but because they they needed to capture the scene in a way where it wouldn't have required so many different setups and shots and takes now. I guess i'll believe them. Even though you think about all the time and energy it obviously took to get all those people in their proper places and to choreograph. The camera work the way that they did. Of course the cinematography here is a big reason why it was nominated for an oscar for best cinematography and it also won for best musical score another crucial part of this scene and for whatever it's worth one expert i read online one war. Two historian said that it probably captured. It actually fairly realistically in that. It was chaos and everyone was so thirsty because they had no water. They had no access to water. So they basically just started Pillaging from all the sellers around town and they were all just drinking wine and everybody was hammered. While they're writing on the the merry go round or doing all of these rambunctious thing so it seems watching it that it couldn't possibly be authentic and perhaps it actually was doesn't really matter one way or another as far as my experience with the scene. It's more obviously about what it suggests and kind of those metaphorical almost existential implications of the scene. I just think it's a wonder yeah. It's distinct from Christopher nolan's dunkirk in its absurdity those details that you discuss. We don't really get that in dunkirk And i've thought like what is more. What is more impressive. That joe wright can include like this dunkirk sequence in the midst of a whole other film or that nolan can build a whole film around this sequence right They're they're both really amazing and obviously dunkirk. Nolan's is one that i considered. I think i set aside. Just because i couldn't pick the whole thing takes place on the beach. I couldn't pick one one beat scene. But i did consider it well. Those are top five movie beach scenes. we'd love to hear your picks feedback and film spotting dot net and speaking of ones. We considered josh any other honorable mentions. Oh yeah i mean. Truffaut's for milk blows another ending scene. Right yelm talked about saving private ryan. I wanted to mention a matter of life and death. One that i just to my shame caught up with within the last year but andy harris on my larsen on film facebook page said this david niven thinking. He's crash-landed woken up on an endless speech at the shores of heaven. In a matter of life and death completely idyllic. He surprised to see his own shadow. Delighted that there are dogs in heaven..

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"joe wright" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"joe wright" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Welcome Republic broadcasts get my name is Brian. Kelly. Thanks for joining and so the hundred thing just you know it is what it is and thanks again for listening. This is a listener supported broadcast sick a corporate media. You know I'll tell you what the listeners put us into forty eight of the fifty states and. Twenty some foreign countries all around the world, seventy different services, and actually contacted by a television network recently about doing something with them and I think I'm gonNA, decline because again, I liked the independence and I don't want anybody tell me. What I can or can't say it's kind of part of the appeal of doing the show this way. So anyway. The hundred Biden scandal here is to be clear. It's not about hunter. You know we we can try and act like it's about one hundred it's not. The Hunter. Biden scandal is about Joe Biden. It's about Joe Biden selling access to his office. It's about Joe Biden influencing US policy for cash. and. It's about Hunter Biden being a conduit for that. Hunter Biden is as much a victim in this as you and I as the tax payers. This poor kid. Raised by a dad who was who was Amtrak Joe Wright. Amtrak Joe was the claim to fame and. then. Again this is just hindsight stuff guys. When I was a young father. My kids will tell you. I worked too much and parented two little. When I was a young father. I was GONNA make it. I was GONNA. Make Money I was GONNA, make it for my family. I was GONNA. You know I was going to do it and I worked too hard and fathered two little. Joe By Amtrak Joe would get on the Amtrak and it was how would take two hours into work two hours back after the long days at the Senate was Joe home. And I'm not picking on him. I'm guilty. I'm guilty. So this poor kid hunter Biden grows up with an absentee workaholic dad you know and ends up with substance abuse issues and turns around and because he's got these issues. WHO. Thinks Hunter Biden thanks clearly. I'm guessing like most people, subsidies, issues, his thinking and judgment aren't so clear and so he ends up being abused by his own father. As the conduit for dirty deals all around the world. The Senate report found exactly that. Not The one they're working on the one they've completed. Here's what it says reports key findings included concerns raised by officials in Vice President Joe Biden's office about the perception of a conflict of interest with respect to one hundred binds role on charisma's board. And a senior State Department official warning Vice President by her staff the Hunter Biden's position on Arizona's board enabled Russian disinformation efforts and risked undermining US policy in Ukraine. The report also confirmed the former Secretary of State John Kerry had knowledge of one hundred binds role on charisma's board even though he falsely denied that knowledge during a town hall event in two, thousand, nine hundred, and so the Senate report found that the all the professionals inside of the departments were worried about this because they could see that it was dirty. And they were warning Joe Biden about it. They were warning the John Kerry over the State Department about it and nobody did anything. The corruption problem is Joe Biden's. Not Hunter Biden's hundred. Mine's just a conduit undermines the bag man hundred binds the guy that they say, Hey, dude you know what tell you what I know we know you've got a big problem. In that blow problem, that's a five grand a month problem on top your extravagant living expenses. So tell you how `bout you hook up this Chinese company you'll be the guy you hold jobs shares and we'll make sure we keep you in all the drugs you can snort. Or smoke. And all the hookers you can chase that was hunter Biden's deal. We'll keep who you are covered up. And we'll keep the cash flow in through you. You'll be the conduit for it. So the report that the Senate did wasn't limited hundred Biden's role on the board. That also detailed his receipt of a three and a half million dollars wire transfer. From Atlanta about. Arena. She's the wife of the former Moscow mayor. And he opened a bank account with gone went on to fund one, hundred, thousand dollar global spending spree. With James and Sarah Biden. As, well, as his associates, Eugene Mangone Link Dong and other Chinese nationals linked to the Chinese Communist government and the People's liberation. Those are the people that Hunter Biden was hanging out with and the conduit for money into the United States. Ready for this. See the problem is guys in. This is so important understand if you are a Chinese national. Associated with the Chinese military. If you're part of their, you know there's no difference between the. Government and the military and the business associates in there. Right. So if you run a big energy company in China, you're part of the military. Operation or you're not part of that company. Everybody's part of the intelligence part of the state operation. Okay. So if you're if you're part of those things that means you're sanctioned by the US government that means you can't do business in the US that means you can't. Transact stuff. Here's what you need. You need a straw purchase. You need a straw dog. You need a guy like hunter. Biden. Who can move money in and out of the country because he's citizen, right? So, let's just read here. Those associations this is the Senate report, Susan Brian Kelly making this up. This is the Senate report. Those associations resulted in millions of dollars in cash flow. Some of which hunter quote paid non women who were nationals of Russia or other Eastern European countries and appear to be linked to an eastern prostitution, Eastern European prostitution or even trafficking ring. United States Senate. Says that Hunter Biden's money was linked to a Russian human trafficking ring. One did that come up on the news? Watch the news right you watch CNN. When did that COME UP ON CNN? One? Was the CNN expose Magin if Don Jr... A three and a half million dollar payment from the Moscow mayor's wife related to a human trafficking ring. When would that not be twenty, four, seven wall to wall news on every channel and yet hunter Biden doesn't with full knowledge of the United States State Department and nobody says.

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"joe wright" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"joe wright" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is Chicago's very own WGN news to well everyone's looking forward to getting out but we're going to have to wait governor Pritzker is extending the stay at home order through may that announcement comes as Illinois health officials reported more than eighteen hundred new cases and an additional one hundred twenty three deaths from COPD at nineteen there are now total thirty six thousand nine hundred thirty four patients who tested positive for the virus and nearly seventeen hundred deaths and it's because of those numbers the governor said he had no option but to extend the stay at home more but he is making some modifications that would allow for some flexibility diligence Patrick Elwood live the Thompson center with that story Patrick Mike and Joe Wright you are with the extension of the order until may thirtieth now the governor says he feels your pain but we must stay the course if we lifted the stay at home order tomorrow we would see our deaths per day shoot into the thousands by the end of may and that would last well into the summer our hospitals would be full and very sick people would have nowhere to go people who otherwise might have won their fight against cove it would die this stay at home order will now be extended until may thirtieth the governor said the way he sees it he had no choice but state parks will begin a phased reopening with social distancing requirements fishing and recreational boating will be allowed to but no more than two people in the vessel New essential businesses will include greenhouses garden centers and nurseries animal grooming as well but not here salons or barbershops but not here salons or barbershops lyric Uzi owns and operates the lira Guzzi salon she has seven employees and she's hopeful the next MLS package going to small businesses will be coming her way as for your half.

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Top 10 Performers of the 2010s

Filmspotting

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Top 10 Performers of the 2010s

"Actually I am kind of I write poetry Snow Book Secret Notebook or your poet. Yeah that's great but you like to hear what sure sure it doesn't really Ryan though. Okay kind of like him better when they don't me to all right so we've heard your number ten. We've heard my number six Adam driver. Who's your number nine performer? The decade? Okay boy this hurts me because it wasn't too long ago I was asking if this was the best actress of the twenty tens and I still think she's in the conversation but Elizabeth Moss. When I sat down to do this list fell down to number nine okay and I think for me. It's it's partly again. I'm backing into the list here. It's partly because her strongest work was on television. I don't know if it's fair. We're a film show so I'M GONNA hold that. It's not fair okay. It probably isn't yet to discount the handmaiden and madman but you're right if you include those. Then how is she? Not One of the performance of the Dick and Jane campion's crime series top of the lake. Yeah so so you know those three works alone in her work in them specifically I mean madman. I made the argument. She's as crucial to that series. Almost as crucial. Let's say Don Draper. She was the lead in in Top of the lake in the lead the handmaid's tale but I look back at the big screen to and The one I love I think great in. I know you love the film more than Me Adam but the collaboration with Alex. Ross Perry's Ben. My favorite thing about those including are probably hurt toured force performance of the last. Ten years is in her smile. I think just from last year and then yeah squeezing in that great supporting part in US last year as well getting to show her comic chops I had to keep her on this list but when I started comparing her to the filmography we're going to get to higher up. Yeah I couldn't put up there at the very top. Yes same process with me. Though she slipped a little further I did begin by ranking top ten actresses top ten actors then figured out how to merge them and go made the cut. I Have Elizabeth Moss in my six through ten actresses but did not make my top ten overall. My number ten is an actress. And this is one where you could accuse me Josh of maybe looking ahead a little too much but I think the foundation of great work in this decade is also there. She is the only other one that woman I'm about to mention. She's the only other one with driver who feels to me like locks. We could already pencil them in for when we're doing this list in ten years okay. We're GONNA look back on the twenty twenties and go. Of course. This was the decade of Adam driver and of Sir Sha Ronin the three great performances come in Brooklyn in Lady Bird and of course last year in Greta. Gerwig 's little women and there's two great films there for me all time great films frankly in Lady Bird and little women. I'm less high on Brooklyn though I like Brooklyn quite a bit and I really do think. It's a wonderful performance from her. She also appears of course in Wes. Anderson's Grand Budapest hotel and I really liked her in Joe. Wright's Hannah for me. Ronin is the insistent innocent. There is some naievety about her. As you look at those performances Brooklyn ladybird little women but really just a lack of experience. There's the census. She still has a lot to learn about herself and about the world and relationships. She's going to make mistakes. She's GonNa make a fool of herself but that's because she's always going to put herself on the line there is a determination and there's a voracious nece to Ronin characters that I find really appealing. I was looking back at my notes from our review of Lady Bird and I mentioned the way she just kind of burns with this intensity and this focus. It's almost like she's from another planet in the way she talks and the way she studying the people she's engaging with there is this provocation that is inherent to the lady bird character where she's just so eager to expand her knowledge her base of knowledge. It seems like that's what she's after in every encounter in life and maybe more than anything. Josh the reason why I wanted to make sure I fit. Ronin on this list is I just want to continue to put out into the universe. This idea that I did see floating around social media after a recent Hollywood reporter with Ronin and Greta Gerwig where they talk about future collaborations with each other. And there's a great question by the interviewer posed to Gerwig about working with Ronan and differences in working with her now versus lady bird and I thought Gerg's answer was really instructive. She says it's the benefit of working with someone you've worked with before. I felt like in some ways I had conceived lady bird before I knew she was playing it and I'd written drafts of little women before I knew she was playing it but I don't know any other way to say it. Except she was an author of Lady Bird but even more so she was an author of little women. I felt like she knew exactly what we were making the whole time as a filmmaker as much as an actor she really became a second director for me. It was like an extension of every thought. I had she'd walk out in another step. I think honestly the closest I've had to it is writing. With Noah Noah Baumbach who is her partner. But that's fitting of. Gerwig I think in her personality that she so generous in giving Ronin all that credit as an artistic collaborator but I think it speaks to the intelligence and again that voracious nece that comes through in her character's it's probably embedded within ronin herself. That made her such a good collaborator with Gerwig. And the key line from this is Gerwig saying I'm interested to see what movie we make when searches in her fifties. And I'm in my sixties. WoN'T THAT BE INTERESTING? And I'm thinking that's great but I want to see the movie that you make together when searches in her thirties when searches in her forties. I can't wait until the fifties I would be perfectly content of those to just continue to make movies together until the end of time. So Sir Sharon did just sneak onto my list ten. Hey I like your band with Jona rubies. Len Fans knew awesome.

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"joe wright" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"For the banks you need to work that out and every single conceivable consumable deal she brought to them was rejected everything from the most did a harsh word out you too long tortured slow withdrawal with many deals made negotiations in the reserve no no no and so good luck beau Joe Wright so he's a rich kid went to once your finest jewels got into journalism was a snarky funny bombs shocking journalist then ends up mayor of London most people considered it a joke from what I read on the side of the pond but you know enough people to concerts lead to elect him mayor of London and now he's going to be a prime minister with his drinking and womanizing and a smart aleck comments but you know doesn't mean it could be a great prime minister I don't know anything about that I have a feeling that the there are similar bio sees among British other houses there are American notion judge is going to be taking over formally is the prime minister to Morrow afternoon meanwhile president trump did take the hazard go to the queen and ask for permission which I just can't believe they go through that ridiculousness please president trump took to Twitter shortly after Johnson's election as leader of the Conservative Party predicting quote he will be great end of quote got a further escalation of tensions with Iran seventeen Iranian nationals arrested on charges they were spying for the CIA when asked about that development on Monday president trump said I read a report today about C. I. A. that's totally false or this is not a lie they put out propaganda they put out the lights and the president says the possibility of now making a deal with Iran is getting tougher and tougher if they want to make a deal it's it's frankly it's getting harder for me to want to make.

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"joe wright" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Lolo where you at what do you do? Let's let's get this thing role in my room drinking talking Joe Joe Wright alone room vodka. What could possibly go wrong? Yeah. I think so. Thank you. Faith. So. So you. Thank you. I'm not. Thank you. That. The. Control. Two. Thanks to sing. So you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. That. The bad guy. Pretty glad. You said she scared. See, maybe it's because somewhere. In other. News. Thank you. You think I'm crying. And I didn't want. Didn't want anyone thinking still.

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"joe wright" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"O W E ZipRecruiter. They really are the smartest way to hire. This is the way I heard it. The new governor looked down from the podium and considered his legacy. He wanted to be remembered as a great leader tough, but fair Amana faith who lived by the courage of his convictions. But right now that legacy was in question hundreds of angry. Protesters were occupying the capital and it was clear. They were not going home anytime soon, what to do send in the troops and risk a PR disaster, were given to the demands of an unruly mob. The trouble had begun five days earlier, when the governor hung, several large banners in the town square. Each banner featured, a commandment, the most important commandment of them all in his opinion. It was a risky move as a politician. The governor understood the danger of publicly declaring his faith, but as a leader, he wanted the people to understand that his devotion to a higher power. Was sincere at first the governor was relieved by the reaction, a few nonbelievers shouted insults toward the capital, but not much else on the second day, though, the protesters returned in greater numbers and demanded the banners. Come down naturally. The governor refused that kind of weakness was out of the question. However, the governor was a reasonable man and address the protesters directly from the podium high above the capitol steps, he spoke to the angry mob, about his faith, and encourage them to follow his example, for it is, in his name said the governor and by his grace that peace and prosperity will come to this. Untamed land. The protesters were not convinced they didn't share the governor's faith, and they did not disperse soon. They were joined by others. And then by others after that. And now after five days of simmering discontent the prospect of danger was both clear and present the young governor had to make a decision. He had to show the people who was really in charge behind the capital, the troops awaited orders. The governor figured the rabble would likely scatter at the first sight of his militia, but he knew many would resist, and he knew that many would die. But he also knew that history would remember him as a governor who was tough, but fair Amana faith who stood by the courage of his convictions. The governor gave the order and the soldiers marched toward the mob weapons trained on hundreds of protesters, but then a curious thing, happened, the protesters didn't scatter nor did they resist. They simply sat down before sit ins were even thing, the exhausted men drop to their knees, right there in the dirt linked their arms together, and dared the governor's men to kill them where they sat. The soldiers raise their weapons and waited for the final command. The governor stared down from his vantage point high above the unfolding drama. He gazed across the square. The offending banner that had caused all the trouble hanging limp in the breeze 'less afternoon. He thought again about his legacy, and then the governor blinked he called office, soldiers and removed, the offending banners later in the quietude of the capital, his advisors congratulated him for defusing a deadly situation with no bloodshed, they called him prudent and merciful, maybe he'd be remembered today for those same qualities were it, not for another protest, a few years later, a protest where the governor would once again, appease, another angry mob, and assu-. Sure his legacy once and for all by, then, of course, no one was really surprised because the citizens knew exactly what kind of man, there governor was a man who would tear down the banners that proclaimed his devotion to a higher power. The same banners that broadcast, the most important commandment of all hail Caesar. After all, if the people could get their governor to betray his own emperor, who knows what else they could get this guy to do this governor of Judea this man. They called punches pilot. Anyway, that's the way I heard. Early to bed early Joe Wright makes a man healthy wealthy, and, and all was Benjamin Franklin,.

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"joe wright" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"And why did they do in the first place? Let me play that, again, you have to decide is this real Joe or the fake AI generated Joe. What was the person thinking when they discovered cow's milk was fine for human consumption. And why did they do it in the first place? Faker real Georgia. Hey, fake fake fake. It sounds fake to me too. But I've heard him say something like that about who is the first person to try a food. Yeah. Yeah. Four rogan. I'm going to click that let's see if you're right, you're correct. That was fo- pick another number. I mean Joe who's Joe Georgia is that your real name, Georgia? Georgia, Joe Wright Georgia, Joe pick another one number one number one fake or real goofy world's goofy. There's a lot of shit out there. But just go at it. It keeps sounding like he's reading office. I'm gonna say fake. Exactly. Yeah. I'm gonna go with fake so to fix a real. Let's click the button where I'm going to say fake. It is fake. Yeah. Four rogan. Okay. Let's try number two. I don't know the answers to these. So some of you just need to improve the quality of your existence on earth. You gotta do the right things. Faker real chat remorse. Chat room vote, chatroom number to fake a real a play for you. One more fun just need to improve the quality of your existence on earth. You gotta do the right things. Four row. They say they're all fake, one person, says, real burn Tech's has real. Let's, let's say it's real. Nope. That's ho that was okay. Now, that's now, you're going to be a little puzzle because listen to that some of you just need to improve the quality of your existence on earth. You get related though. You think there's a there's a tell? Yeah. All right. Yeah. All the words are being treated as separate things that are strung to hear, whether they're, you know, tied together, I'm gonna give you sounds. If you've you gotta theory. Now you gotta theory Georgia from the remaining samples one two. We've got three four five seven and eight which one. Let's do seven you are much less likely to injure yourself. If you do it correctly. Say real on that one that sounds real. Right. Because he's inflection. That's all right. We all agree. That's real Rogan. Yeah. We figured it out. But it's still really good. These, these things are when they stick the face over someone else, they're really scans really scary because I believe that, like, if someone showed a video of me saying, some outlandish thing, I kinda gave it away my saying some real some are not. I don't think if you were listening and you didn't have that ahead of time information time you might just you probably would just so there is cognitive dissonance just kinda take over. If you want to believe this is what would just go with whatever you wanted. Right. So has nine ability, a couple of medium articles, which I can't read because I stopped paying media money, actually, here's a weird thing I am paying media money, but I can't figure out what you can't. So. I can't read this many years, I tried every possible account. I see the charge but I can't read anymore. Medium, I've used at my, there's a great article, there's a great article effect. I think it's I run down a wide, nobody should ever read anything on medium again. Anyway. There will be a Desa article if you haven't used up your free ones, or you do pay medium, five bucks a month..

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"joe wright" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"In a company called fusion GPS hired by the Clinton team to go generate negative information on Trump, which later turns out to be false. If you read the dossier, specifically the Manafort sections, they read almost exactly aligned in parallel construction kind of way. They read like a two thousand seven Wall Street Journal article by Glenn Simpson about Manafort and his role in Russian influence in US politics. Where am I going with this? Ladies and gentlemen. There's a distinct. Possibility steel is feeding information to the State Department verbally in that meeting with Catholic and the F B I verbally meeting. Would we know? He's meeting with Bruce from the DOJ, we know, Bruce or has the handler GOP Janka from the FBI. There's a distinct possibility that the verbal information is coming from steel like we have in the Catholic memo gem. But the dossiers would steals name on them. We're not written by Christopher Steele. What if they were written by Simpson? Dude. Now, you may say why is that a problem? Because again as we see in the Pfizer. The FBI is swearing in court that this information didn't come from Simpson. Joe Wright Heym from steel. Came from Steele. Who was a verified source with no derogatory information. It had to come from steel because he FBI had worked with him before on the soccer option case if it came from Simpson, it would be totally unreliable they'd have to go through a source of ending procedure. They didn't have to do that with steel because he'd already been an FBI source. We're good. We're good. So Simpson writes the dossier or or portions of it maybe Nellie your submits it to the Clinton team and others that information somehow makes it back to the FBI. But it's not from steel steel is telling a completely different story about calling in Prague just eight days earlier, it's not his memo. That's possibility. Number two, either steal so unreliable. He forgets the details of his own story. And he forgets Joe, this is why this is such a tier one level nuke on the battlefield of this case still forgets. The most critical piece of information at all that Trump was colluding with the Russians because his lawyer traveled to Prague to pay for this information about Hillary. He forgets that detail does that make any sense to you know, so either he's still worst witness in human history who forgets to one key detail of the entire case that matters. Or he didn't write the dossier which has his name on it, which the FBI uses to get their warrant because Andy McCabe, the deputy director of the FBI as early told us that case would not have existed without said dossier. So either the FBI's using a totally unreliable ignorant. Idiot of a source who forgets key details of his own case or they're saying they're using that source and they're not they're using Christopher Glenn Simpson. Oh my gosh. Is is devastating stuff. I'll say. It's fellas ladies it's over. It's over it is now over. It's over. You got suckered. You got suckered. Bed. Christopher Ray what and retroactively classified a memo. They've had from Kavulich in typewritten form since October of last year, which was not classified. Because they're trying to hide this in Prague detail. It is clear as day now. Now all. I am not done or not done. There is a Hayden another juicy tidbit that I am. Almost positive is being hidden underneath the reductions in both the written ones that they rushed to classify now. But they forgot the Coen prog thing. And the type ones they've had since October keep in mind is there notes to the same meeting, but some heavenly inspired whistleblower gave us these written notes, which are gold. I'm gonna get to that in a second. I gotta take a quick break here for freedom project academy. Don't go anywhere. You like that man killer show, brother? All right, folks, freedom project academy. Hey, right now, there are fifty million kids attending America's public schools..

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"joe wright" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wave gas and power Yankees post game show. I'm Sweeney Murdy Yankees beat the raised by the final of seven to one. Let's go back to the highlights of the game. Brought to you by Smithtown Nissan, see FINA. First. Smithtown Nissan are staying top by keeping their prices at the bottom, Masahiro Tanaka. Blake. Neil, you're pitching matchup the series finale and Snell struck out ten batters in the first four innings allow only an infield single in a walk both the fourth, but he threw thirty pitches in that fourth inning with Tanaka retaliated with a nine pitch fourth-inning in the bottom half smell came back out and clearly laboring little bit. The Anki is made them work after two outs Austin role mind double than sit a big hits five. Mike talk men and DJ LeMay you oh one swung on. And Joe Joe Wright center way back those care Meyer apples off the top of the set of a wall scores. Talk to second with a double digit hit hard. I down the right field, talk and will score. The you hose it I use his field. Align of power line bangs up Basit fast Choi at first down the right field line and the Yankees. Take to nothing lead. Tanaka lost a shutout in the bottom of the sixth inning solo Homer by Austin meadows. Tanaka would go seven full innings throwing only seventy three pitches turnover. Zach Britton who worked out of trouble in the eighth inning and got a couple of scouts with two men on base to end that threat. Chad green pitch tonight. But before that there was a power outage in the top of the night thing right before the top of the night. Forty three minutes later, the lights came on and we resumed and tyrod Estrada took care of business. Austin pruitt? To Tiro hid in the air to deep right back. Goes Garcia is. Tiro Scott homeless there, right? Tyrone. It's one Cairo and the Yankees four one lead. That was my call. That's also the Wendy's Yankees turning point of the game..

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"joe wright" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is. And they don't crazy. They don't know who he is. So there was a rumor that you were going to make the announcement for the bears pick in the fourth round you choose smart to follow Twitter nonsense, but speaking of Twitter nonsense, Pat, MAC, V, the crazy former punter the colts. He did make the selection for the colts in the third round. And it went something like this. Halo nashville. I'm not gonna say any single word about the Tennessee titans record against the Indianapolis Colts. Because I was a punter and there's no reason for me. Me to talk about that. At being said, we did not punt much against the Tennessee titans. So you probably have no clue who I am to begin. Two years ago when I retired from the coats I retired alongside to greats Robert Mathis in Joe Wright's a couple of months later. I watched the draft Robert Mathis announced the pick Joe rights announced the pick and then get tan, but now the fourth round draft pick. I was placed by zoo. I was upset about it. Because the Aranka tan was terrible at his job when being set. The Indianapolis Colts are the hottest team not only in the AFC south. But the entire. Thank you. Clear. Stanford. Andrew luck to pros traffic last year ten this year, the eighty nine pick of the two thousand nineteen NFL draft the coats Jim are saying, hey, Chris Ballard, select future hall of fame. Linebacker stanford. Oh. Could.

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"joe wright" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Just a little bit ago. The Indianapolis Colts made their final selection of the night in round three of the NFL draft. And they had Pat McAfee in his great ways announce the pick take a listen. I'm not gonna say single heard about the Tennessee titans record against CNN apple because I was a. And there's no reason for me to talk about that with that being said we did not hunt much against the titans. Do I am. I retired side to great Robert in Joe Wright's a couple months later. I watched the draft Robert Mathis enough the pick Joe rights announced the pick. I was not upset about it. The Aranka tan was terrible at his job. When that being said, the Indianapolis pulled the hottest team, not only in the AFC south the entire. Hey. Drafted past here this year what the eighty nine. Two thousand nineteen NFL draft. Quotes Jim are saying thank Chris Ballard select hall of Famer linebacker, Stanford, Bobby. Oh caridi. Would that work in sports? I'm rob county. Welcome back. Everybody time to revisit Chris may.

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"joe wright" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Rob uncle Joe does he have what it takes to get the nomination from the Democrats. And if he does is able to take to be Trump. No, I think Joe Biden is going to be the Democrats Jeb Bush this time he's going to be the guy that enters the race with the money with all the donor class behind him with the establishment firmly. And so, and as we saw Jeb Bush voters that was on the Republican side same thing on the Democrats. They're ideologically so different. But they've had enough of this crap. I don't think Joe Biden will make it pass out Carolina. Really? Yeah. I I think it's going to be a crater because look bright. Now, the drudge report says that all the polls are showing Joe Biden's beat the pants off Donald Trump, and Jeb Bush was up by thirty. Thirty some points when he declared to are these the same polls that had Hillary Whitney. Election landslide hammer, they would be yes, they will gain. The problem is a lot of the people that are pulling are not necessarily going to vote in a democrat primary, and they're certainly not the guy that's going to sit for eight hours in a house in Iowa in January or February when it's nine below zero in these caucuses that these people are Bernie Sanders voters you've seen in these these Liberal Democrats for America groups like Sanders has huge leads. These are the people who vote in democrat primaries, Joe Biden's, a great general election candidate. But he doesn't have a chance in the democrat primary hypothetical. He makes it to the general election. I think he had I think he could run against Trump. He could pick up those states like Ohio and Michigan, Illinois and Pennsylvania like Trump did in two thousand sixteen but the problem is he's not going to get the nomination because he's too old. And he's to white and identity politics is everything to the left. I have told you guys for a long time, and I will stay with this that Bernie Sanders will be the democrat nominee. It's a math equation. He starts with too many people, and you can't break those people from Bernie Sanders, they're the same as the Trump people. Like, you could have told me anything about Trump. And there was a point where I'm not leaving him. Sanders will continue to pick up people. There's too many establishment type people running on the democrat side Biden has no chance his rollout. Video today. This three minute video that he put out a nasty announcing his candidacy the first words out of his mouth. The first words you here in this video Charlottesville, the entire video is based off of Charlottesville is this what we're going to expect from Joe Biden is this going to become like a racial deal weld. It tells you a lot these videos tell you a lot about these people and in the case of Biden, this is why it took so long for him to declare. There was a lot of internal fighting over. What does this rollout if it's sort of your introduction to the people the introduction of what you're going to be about wasn't. He supposed to make his announcement in Charlottesville before somebody said, hey, hey. Hey, would a minute. You're not going to capitalize on what happened in Charlottesville to to get more is on you, the problems Rijo mess. The problem for Joe Biden is this is nasty Joe Wright, and Joe Biden strength is likable guy. You wanna go have a beer with him. Maybe a fun due to sit watch a ball game with this was not that. And Joe Biden, it's very clear they believe he's got a big problem with African American voters. Let me let me play for you something that kind of just sit me through the roof yesterday. Rob this is joy Reid MSNBC and another presidential candidate. Eric swallow, Representative out of California check this out a lot of consternation among women who are looking at this field. That's got a lot of diversity in it African Americans women, but the white guys are all pulling up at the top. And then calmly hair Senator Harris can fourth place. Why does the field need yet? Another to be blunt another white guy field. Are there are mean? There are locked lot. I don't think anyone's identity should hold them back. Thank you. I'm just going to stop right there. I actually agree with that part identity shouldn't hold you back. But what is it what these people and how old you are? And how white you are. And what color you are? And what gender you are. I don't get it. Joe Biden is the best person for this gig. And he's the one that could actually possibly beat Trump you, and I might disagree in that in the general direction. But, but rob she's talking about why Kamala Harris in fourth place if I was Eric swallow. I'd be like, I don't know. Maybe she's awful candidates. She sucks. What's nothing? What I'm worried about my campaign. What is going on on this in this party? She wanted him to apologize for being why and for having genitalia that says, he's a male. She wants to apologize for that. Nice. We actually agree. I think Joe Biden is nominee. I think he'd beat style trumpeted general act election. I think he he will pull back those people that Clinton couldn't win. The problem is you're dealing with insane. People you're dealing with a large swath of people who will vote for a guy not only vote, but go knock on doors and be Uber passion who thinks the Boston bomber should be allowed to vote. That's who you're dealing with. This is mild in comparison. This just racist stuff. Bernie Sanders thinks they stone cold killer should be allowed to vote. You are dealing with crazy people, and unfortunately, Joe Biden, and I can't believe I'm going to say this is a little too sane for the Democrats in two twenty twenty. Plus, he's there's give a something to to muck it up. Right. He's gonna you know old uncle Joe. He's gonna make a gaffe of some sort, right? He's done it quite a bit in the past. I mean, I still can't believe he had this three minute rollout announcement calling Donald Trump a racist. When we've got audio we played it earlier in the show of Joe Biden talking about the Indian Americans. Endeavour working at the seven elevens all the time. What you're going to see is. And you saw this in the in the Republican primary where there was the Trump voter and everybody was fighting to take on trumpet. Ultimately ended up being cruised, which we thought you're going to have the Sanders voter and everyone else fighting to take on Sanders, and I have no idea who that's going to be. But it will come down to a two person race. Rub KENDALL going off the rails with us here on the hammer and Nigel show. So last night. Rob I had my feet kick top I turned on coup and the game celebrate I sang some very man of all looks like we made it the 'cause the gambling Bill has been sent to the governor's desk. And it's actually good all thanks to you. You're welcome. They could have done without you. You are welcome for the mobile gaming, Indiana. That is all me. Say it's a phenomenal Bill then I jotted down. Rob KENDALL, saying something nice about the Indiana Republican party. It's a great Bill. Those dudes in the Senate who pass that perfect Bill when it a conference committee, and they own those suckers in the house. They got everything this has everything it has the mobile gaming. It has the sports betting. It has the live dealers. It's going to allow Tara hope to get their casino going love. Gary to move the casino in. This is a great Bill. I got no complaints. The Senate looked at the house almost like a bully dust taking your lunch money because the house tried to say, well, we're going to take mobile gaming out. We don't want Anderson. Shelbyville to have live dealers. We're going to do this. And that and the Senate came back and said how about you don't do anything or I'm gonna take your lunch money? Well, and you know, why this happened is because Brian Bosma was bought and sold by somebody who wanted this to pass low humane that happens with Ryan plasma. Shocking. Yeah. He recused himself. It only took him a month passed when he was supposed to declare it. But it finally declared it while the vote while the debate and votes were going on. But of course, Brian Bosma had of firm had a financial interest in this thing going through. So what do you know? Oh, and one of these casino guys gave Eric Holcomb fifty thousand dollars per flight. It's amazing. How it all.

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"joe wright" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Real tweet from real tickly fan, Joe Wright, grilled chicken sandwich with a side of chicken tortilla soup and a sweet tea eating at my second home at chick fillet. I love the girl chicken sandwich is just my favorite team out there, the grilled chicken, which just as always cooked to perfection the tomato the lettuce, and then to top it off you have the Honey roasted barbecue sauce, which just kind of brings it all together. It's just that good. Thanks, joe. Send Chick-fil-A your tweets hashtag the little things. Every fifty one minutes. Someone dies drunk driving crash. If you think it can't happen to you. Or that your actions won't affect others. Think again, I got behind the wheel drunk and caused a crash that took the lives of two young women before you drink have a plan in know, all your options. One bad decision can last forever. Take it. From me. Eric prison inmate p twenty two six seven nine. This message. Brought to you by the Florida Department of transportation. The. He's lightning radio. Podcasts goal is cut the Columbus leader three two. But the lighting did not have a good response after that goal. They gave up a couple of chances off the rush, then seraglio Lee an opportunity. Down the right thing. And he put it over the net going for the high short side just over the net to say to the right of less five forty nine left in the second. Shane miller. The lightning striking. But in many ways at least in terms of chances against this has been toll while they're office game in the series. Flowed out. He's maybe had his worst face off game in the series. Miller stepped on the power Zingo Miller wins. Chernick collects the lightning corner middle. Ryan mcconnell. Center ice calendar flex it in call. Call one hand of.

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"joe wright" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I understand what's going on. Ladies and gentlemen. I understand since Friday. Many of you wanted me to do a special many of you or disappointed. I get it. I'm not here to I'm not an emotional support animal. On a delta flight or jet blue flight from New York to Palm Beach airport. Not that I know anything about that. I'm only here to tell you the truth. Sometimes the truth is uncomfortable. The. Shutdown and the the Donald Trump reopening of the government for a three week, breathing breathing. Periods of mo-, some little, you know, a little bit of a buffer. Here was not a political victory for us on our side. But I don't think either that it was the political catastrophic political loss that others are making it out to be either. Let's lay out what's going on behind the scenes here, folks. So you understand what's going on? Now case you missed it last week believe it was on Friday. I was up in New York doing the five. Donald Trump reopened the government for three weeks in a net three weeks CR that continuing resolution for three weeks show. He did not get his wall funding. So understandably, I got a lot of emails from people on my account here. A lot of tweets saying, this is a a failure. We capitulated. This is not what we bargained for. We had them. I think we did. By the way, we had the Democrats up against a wall on this because they were looking increasingly increasingly auto sclerotic in their approach. They had calcified into this. We don't really care what happens anymore. We're not giving Trump anything and everyone be damned. Well, what happened on Friday? There was a kind of a game changing moment when some of the FAA flight controllers. Call in sick at some of the one of the airports. Ironically, have is flying out of LaGuardia and Atlanta and caused a little bit of a ground delay at these airports, and I say game changing because clearly it changed the calculus. My some people in the White House side who felt like the Democrats increasingly hardened approach to this could have went on forever and people were getting hurt. Now. Folks, I'm not trying to put lipstick on anything. I just said to you clearly was not a political win for the Trump team. But the president was in a increasingly tenuous spot. And here's why. He had framed the government shutdown on his terms that he was going to own it a quote, I'll take the mantle on this. He had said this. Remember that show in the Oval Office meeting that he was standing by this no matter what he had framed that in his terms that I was going to President Trump's be he was going to take the mantle on this. And the media, of course, ran with that and painted no matter how much the Democrats looked increasingly uncompromising and ridiculous in the face of the shutdown. They media was constantly using that quote to frame it in terms of this is Trump's fall Joe as the audience on bud, you if this doesn't make sense again, please stop me because I want the audience to get this. I want you to understand the political strategically and the tactics that were going on behind the scenes and mechanics of this. The Trump team had made a tactical error by embracing the shutdown before it happened in saying he would take the mantle it just was I'm sorry. It was a it was a bad call now. Trump's. Not Trump's too smart guy. The media gives them no credit for it. And I think he started to see Joe that no matter what happened the Democrats in the media's is because they they're sick offense, and bud kissers for the left and fulltime activists for the left, though matter what happened Joe Wright, the Democrats could come out tomorrow and say if the United States is invaded. We don't even care. We're not reopening the government. It doesn't matter. The media was going to constantly go back to that Trump over love statement that hey, he owned it. It's his shut then you see where I'm going with this. Yeah. In other words, he was taking on political water and the boat was starting to sink. Trump is not a stupid guy..

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"joe wright" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"joe wright" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"We'll just to give props the person who we have to think for for being here today. I guess who was this casting director and what happened. Yeah. That's Doug able well. Actually the first. Well, it wasn't Doug's of guy gave me my first job in Doug, Kass, Manchester too. But the first movie I ever for a movie called extremely loud and incredibly I came down between me and the boy who got and it was like a week long. Callback period. But that even it self came about because somebody came and saw so who was it was it was this girl named Romley in the great beneath me's mother who I think used to be a casting, and I think because Saint in the high school I went to like every celebrity in New York sends their they're so like if you go to a middle school play it's like Magill and hall, Jake Jilin Peter SARS guard. It's like, it's odd. It's like an event of some did you who was in your class? I Jennifer Connelly, Paul Bbatni. Well, but they're old. They're did they rare was there anybody. Well, you've been you're a little ahead of the curve you made it younger than most people. So there as any other. Yeah. From your year the girl in the grid beneath me my hawk. She's she's in stranger things and soon to be in a million thing. Yeah. This kid who's freshman when I was a senior really brilliant boy named Fred has Shingo. Okay. Who just got one of the leads in the new Joe Wright film lady in the window? Yeah. He plays opposite, Amy Adams. And I don't know. I think that might be it right now. I'm sure there will be more and more of it from my generation. I think that was sure. And so the mother of the girl a grade beneath the as one time casting director sees you and what nNcholas nickleby, Mike. Okay, this seventh grade. Yeah. Okay. And it was I remember this whole monologue about no one loved me. And I would just sit back trying to like think of sad things that would make me cry. And and for whatever reason I was like really good at at doing like, I could I was able to to make myself cry. And it was like nobody had seen a seventh grader do that. Like a play. So it was it was exciting people to be like, oh, there's a little boy, and he's crying, and he must be good. And I don't mean to say this to congratulate me because I think that like particular ability has gotten me into trouble as an as an actor moving forward. The idea that like oh cry you cry and that means good like, you're good. Right. When in reality. It's like I think it's very dangerous to rely on your emotions. I'm I feel like I'm talking very interesting. So from her seeing you got was in puppetry class, and I got a call from my mom or the perpetrator was like your mom's on the line. And I went outside and the phone was outside the door. And I my mom said I had an audition. And so I got really excited, and I went in and dishes for its casting director Malay Naegler. And I the next day heard back. I I went in read with Stephen Daldry director extremely loud acrylic. Yeah. Yeah. And then the day after that. And then I I was thrust into this week long audition. Call. Back. I didn't get the part was crushing. Did you think that was your one show? I remember being overcome with fear about it. And then being terrified that I would get it. And then when I didn't get it like going up to my bathroom and looking in the mirror and just crying. It's like you ever have. I don't know if you've ever get to personable sometimes in my darkest moments in my childhood, I would cry and look at myself in the near. But I met Scott Rudin who gave me this part in the waiver, the gal I did lady bird, and I was gonna say benefit charity. Yeah. And even the I did the corrections which was an HBO pilot that never got picked up of Noah Bassus. Yeah. But it began the longest most important professional relationship. I've had in my career and and Monroe he hooked up with them. We'll because..

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