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"john bowman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:33 min | 11 months ago

"john bowman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is that they have a very different foreign policy views. But Salvo was really ambitious. He'd always wanted to be national Security Advisors. So he lobby lobby lobby finally got it. And then when it didn't work out, and it was pretty clear from the very beginning, it wasn't gonna work out What it Bolton Dio. He took copious notes of every meeting that he was in. I talked to some of my former and see colleagues because I've been deputy National Security advisor and they said the chapel just stayed in his office all day long to meet with anybody other than the president. He took copious notes when he was with the president. And he was working on his memoirs from the very beginning, and I think the other pointed that you make. It's really important if this is a man of integrity, and he felt so strongly that Donald Trump was unfit to be president and was a danger to the nation, he should have come forward during impeachment. But clearly should have no no, he said. He's in the room, the room where it happened. If you're in the room where it's happening at the time, it's happening. Why don't you speak out at that moment? He didn't speak out of that Mo. And by the way, Pompeo is called them a liar. I mean, for Mike Pompeo safe to say that that's a lot. The president's trade representative called him a liar. And I could tell you that he told me things that are clearly weren't true. You know John Bowman has he's not serve the nation Well, he's certainly not sort of President Trump well, the lasting effect of what he's done this sort of kiss and tell book. Where he's gone and made up stuff for the profit motive. I think it's in this country very ill in his service, and this is what he's going to end up with what Let's say that his half of vote for Biden and what we're going to dump more cash and other currency on Iran's door on their tarmac. We're going to go back to Bill Clinton's appeasement policies towards North Korea. We're not goingto pressure countries like China to be free and fair with their trade because he's afraid. How does he get to say all of these things? Nobody's been tougher than Donald Trump while he's working for Donald Trump or trying to lobby to work for Donald Trump. And then he comes out and says the exact opposite. So which John Bolton is honest, if any I don't think either of them. John Bulls are honest. But the one John Bolton is always condescending and arrogant. Whether if he you know, he told me that he thought Donald Trump was an idiot. On Election day, and yet he went to work for him Now he still thinks Donald Trump didn't just go to work from. He begged everybody in the world and their mother if he could put in a good word for the guy. Yep, absolutely. And so what did he do when you have that opportunity to serve a nation? He undercut the president, and when it was pretty clear they weren't getting along. John Bolton took all this time and talk to the press. Leaking about the president, saying bad things about the president. You know, one of the few pointed out North Korea. One of the reasons we didn't get a North Korea deal, President Trump had it pretty well lined up, and then he comes out. And he says, Well, what we have in mind for the North Korea plan is like Gaddafi of Libya, Khadafy gave up its nuclear weapons. But what the Horton didn't say was that happy ended up getting, you know, getting tortured by his own people and removed from office. So if you can, John and you're looking at this, saying the president's national security advisor says that the mold here and the things that I should do is give up my nuclear weapons. Just like Qaddafi. What would happen to Qaddafi? John Bolton? Make that North Korea plan right there with his own foolish words. Have you spoken to him or what is the last time you spoke to him? I have not spoken to him. Since he left the White House. Okay. I mean, I understood. My sources told me that he got along with nobody that it was impossible to work with. Is that true? Sam hated him. Damn hated them, Um people, The other people in the West Wing would have nothing to do with them, and he was dismissive. He was even dismissive and arrogant to the president. A really good plan. If you're the president's national security advisor, many wouldn't even fly on Air Force One with the president. He would take his own his own plane, commandeer his own plane and You know, he was given an enormous opportunity an opportunity to serve the nation. And what did he do with it? He undercut the man who gave him that opportunity and even more so we undercut America. Because he's sown even more division more animosity. More anger. He'll become the media darling of the Trump hating media and John Boat will make millions. On his book, But at what price? No. Well, I mean to me, it just doesn't. How do you say all of these nice things about the president in China? The president and Iran, the president against Russia, the president on North Korea. How do you say all of that? And And the president on nuclear weapons and and also when you go in and you sign this document, I mean, you read the judges. I mean the judge so they can't stop him from printing this book, but But he certainly eviscerated him for compromising national security. What was your read on that? Well, I had to sign the same document And when I wrote my book, I had to submit it to the National Security Council for Vetting. Did they take a lot longer than I want? Yes, they absolutely did. But it was not a political thing. They have to go chapter by Versace. You say you can't use the sentence because this refers to a national security study memorandum and you have to have an outside job just ignored it all. It's the arrogance that you know, Sean, the thing that makes me the maddest. I mean, you know, we're trying from a Navy family is throwing military family and I asked John Bolton once you know you're so favor of interventions abroad. Would you be happy? If you know one of your Children served in the military and he looked at me with such disdain. And he said, Oh, no, of course not. In other words, the military Rest for somebody else's Children. Also, somebody else's Children will fight these forever wars but never one of his own. All right. Katie MacFarland, former Trump Deputy national security adviser. Her book that you referred to Revolution Trump Washington and we, the people. We really appreciate you being with us, Katie Come back off the glad to have you back. Thank you. Hey, listen, I got the greatest idea. I wish I thought of that. I didn't that it's a business. That is amazing, And it's about called legacy box dot com slash Hannity. Now All of us of you go in your attic. Maybe I have more time cleaning out during Koven. And you found all these old pictures. All these old videos.

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"john bowman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:34 min | 11 months ago

"john bowman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I mean, your whole point is that they have a very different foreign policy views. But Shambo this really ambitious he'd always wanted to be National Security Advisors. So he lobby lobby lobby finally got it. And then when it didn't work out, and it was pretty clear from the very beginning, it wasn't gonna work out What it Bolton Dio. He took copious notes of every meeting that he was in. I talked to some of my former and see colleagues because I've been deputy National Security advisor and they said the chapel just stayed in his office all day long to meet with anybody other than the president. He took copious notes when he was with the president, and he was working on his memoirs from the very beginning, and I think the other pointed That you make this really important If this is a man of integrity, and he felt so strongly that Donald Trump was unfit to be president and was a danger to the nation, he should have come forward during impeachment. I clearly should have no, no, he said. He's in the room. The room where it happens If you're in the room when where it's happening at the time, it's happening. Why don't you speak out at that moment? He didn't speak out of that Mo. And by the way, Pompeo is called them a liar. I mean, for Mike Pompeo safe to say that that's a lot. The president's trade representative called him a liar. And I could tell you that he told me things that are clearly weren't true. You know, John Bowman has He's not serve the nation Well, he's certainly not sort of President Trump well, the lasting effect of what he's done this sort of kiss and tell book where he's gone and made up stuff for the profit motive. I think it's down this country very ill in his service, and this is what he's going to end up with what Let's say that his half a vote for Biden and what we're going to dump more cash and other currency on Iran's door on their tarmac. We're going to go back to Bill Clinton's appeasement policies towards North Korea. We're not goingto pressure countries like China to be free and fair with their trade. Because he's afraid. How does he get to say all of these things? Nobody's been tougher than Donald Trump. Molly's working for Donald Trump or trying to lobby to work for Donald Trump. And then he comes out and says the exact opposite. So which John Bolton is honest, if any I don't think either of them. John Bulls are honest. But the one John Bolton is always condescending and arrogant. Whether if he you know, he told me that he thought Donald Trump was an idiot. On Election day, and yet he went to work for him Now he still thinks Donald Trump didn't just go to work from. He begged everybody in the world and their mother if he could put in a good word for the guy. Yeah, Absolutely. And so what did he do when he had that opportunity? Surfin Nation, he undercut the president and when it was pretty clear they weren't getting along. John Bolton took all this time and talk to the press. Leaking about the president saying bad things about the president. You know, one of them. You pointed out North Korea. One of the reasons we didn't get a North Korea deal, President Trump had it pretty well lined up and then boldly comes out. And he says, Well, what we have in mind for the North Korea plan is like Gaddafi of Libya, Khadafy gave up its nuclear weapons. But what the Horton didn't say with Chappelle Qaddafi ended up getting, you know, getting tortured by his own people and removed from office. So if you can, John and you're looking at this, saying the president's national security advisor says that the mold here and the thing that I should do is give up my nuclear weapons just like Qaddafi. Well, what happened to Gadhafi means John Bolton. Make that North Korea plan right there with his own foolish words. Have you spoken to him or what is the last time you spoke to him? I have not spoken to him. Since he left the White House. Okay. I mean, I understood. My sources told me that he got along with nobody. That it was impossible to work with. Is that true? Sam hated him. Stab herto them people. The other people in the West Wing would have nothing to do with them, and he was dismissive. He was even dismissive and arrogant to the president. I got a really good plan. If you're the president's national security advisor, many wouldn't even fly on Air Force One with the president. He would take his own his own plane, commandeer his own plane and, you know He was given an enormous opportunity. And an opportunity to serve the nation. And what did he do with it? He undercut the man who gave him that opportunity and even more so we undercut America because he's sown even more division more animosity. More anger he'll become amid the media. Darling of the Trump hating media and John Ball will make millions on his book. But at what price? No. Well, I mean to me, it just doesn't How do you say all of these nice things about the president in China? The president and Iran, the president against Russia, the president on North Korea, How do you say all of that and and the president on nuclear weapons? And and also when you go in and you sign this document, I mean, you read the judges. I mean, the judge said he can't stop him from printing this book, but but he certainly eviscerated him for compromising national security. What was your read on that? Well, I had to sign the same document And when I wrote my book, I had to submit it to the National Security Council for vetting. Did they take a lot longer than I want? Yes, they absolutely did. But it was not a political thing. They have to go chapter by verse. You say you can't use the sentence because this refers to a national security study memorandum and you have to have an outside chance won't just ignored it all. It's the arrogance. But, you know, she's on the thing that makes me the maddest. I mean, you know, we're trying from a Navy family, a strong military family. And I asked John Bolton once you know you're so in favor of interventions abroad. Would you be happy? If you know one of your Children served in the military? And he looked at me with such disdain. And he said, Oh, no, of course not. In other words, the military that's for somebody else's Children. Also in somebody else's Children fight these forever wars but never one of his own. All right. Katie MacFarland, former Trump Deputy national security adviser. Her book that you referred to Revolution Trump Washington and we, the people. We really appreciate you being with us, Katie Come back off. We are glad to have you back. Thank you. Hey, listen, I got the greatest idea. I wish I thought of that. I didn't that it's a business. That is amazing, And it's about called legacy box dot com slash Hannity. Now all of us of you go in your attic, maybe head up more time cleaning out during Koven. And you found all these old pictures. All these old.

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"john bowman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"john bowman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The height of the Great Recession and appears to be on the rise and one of the reasons for that is that the more people are taking out auto loans and people are taking out larger auto loans economists say there's a couple of things that are happening yes the economy is doing well yes employment is reaching an all time low in Texas but one thing that's happening is the nature of work is changing today many workers have what are referred to is getting jobs those are jobs that involve working as an independent contractor for companies like uber or selling things on sites like eBay and because gig work the income fluctuates unlike standard salary and wage work where you generally get the same amount of money every pay period get more can very drastically and the problem we run into if you have debt is that if you don't make as much money as you expect one month that means you fall behind in what used are falling behind you get the cycle of fees and higher interest rates and have to pay extra debt and that causes serious problems this study did not look at medical data which is an increasingly significant part of families debt burdens there is good news the Dallas fed says tougher restrictions imposed during the Great Recession has left bare counties mortgage delinquency rate at its lowest level this century a lot fewer people are behind on their mortgages but we have significant problems with student loan debt and car loan debt in bear county according to the Dallas fed all right Jim thank you very much news director John Forsythe morning cometary seven ten eight ten each weekday morning both John Bowman really Johnny guiliani or in the spotlight is the public impeachment hearings approach.

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"john bowman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"It was opened in nineteen seventy seven by four hippies. It was called the collective fantasy. In this building to building actually goes back to nineteen twelve or so, and was a lot of other things, and they ran it from seventy seven to eighty four. I think when it was sold and the new owner renamed it the John Cocteau put up the marquee did the basically out of what we see here and then from, from eighty four until two thousand six at ran under a variety of owners. And I always loved this movie theater was, it was a nice comfortable theater. They, they were showing as, as the first art house in town. They should this is where you always saw Woody Allen films. This sort of Spike Lee films, other other stuff, foreign films. Other art houses came up subsequently, though. And they had great popcorn I wish love that I'd popcorn is essential to movie theater. They had great popcorn with real butter and parmesan, cheese and other toppings that you could put on. And then it was those last, what's the transplant corporation in two thousand six they closed all of their, their entire chain of single screen movie theaters in the southwest, including the Cocteau. And I only live a few minutes from here. So I would drive past this place, frequently and see it just all boarded up with the sign in the window for sale lease and I would always think I, I loved that theater. I wish someone would reopen that theater. And then one day for whatever reason I was driving past it, and I thought I love that. Did it with someone reopen net theater? And then I thought, why don't I reopen that they're hey I can do that. So I in quired and bought the building, and, you know, we did a little renovation needed. We had to install we still have our thirty five millimeter projectors, but we had digital because, you know, nobody is doing films on film anymore, except Christopher Nolan and Quentin, Tarantino their souls. So we had a do that. And we first lobby this room really is not refurbish very much. We put in a slightly larger screen and added and improved a sound and we rope and in August of twenty thirteen my first manager and Booker was John Bowman, who I believe, you know, he ran it for me for a number of years, and it's been fun. It's. It's a tough gig. A lot has changed since two Cocteau opened in the seventies and eighties definition of a labor of love. Yeah. This. You know what? Although our screen is slightly larger than the one where I bought the theater, it still doesn't compare to the giant screen at the multiplexes and for a long time in thirteen and fourteen fifteen we were really blocked out of having the bigger movies because clearance, the policy, quote clearance, where somebody would have the vendors movies. So nobody else within five miles could show the vendors Maly. So we didn't get any the big movies and then even for the art house movies were competing with two other art houses in town. And sometimes we didn't get that either. So we're, we're showing a lot of smaller movies that. Don't have big television advertising campaigns. They don't have forbade spreads in the new papers. How do you get people into CDs movies that they've never heard of you relying on reviews and word of mouth and all that? But we always did a combination of new movies, plus old movies. I love the showing classic old films. And then we started doing other events. We have magicians in here four five times a year. We do have stand up comedy live music, burlesque yet. We have thrones burlesque. We have brush goes. Yeah, suicide girls have have done a couple of things here, and we have a lot of author events like one you'll be doing tonight here. We'll be talking to a crowd and then signing a bunch of your books. We we've done very well with that. So, you know, it's anything we can do to put people into seats and we still have the best popcorn in town, good..

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"john bowman" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"We had a kind of very loose relationship with John Berman through that English producer. I had mentioned earlier that Cohen all ties together. Yeah. So when when we got the script of point blank, we kinda we're looking for a star that was really tough because it was written by was based on Richard star character who is a pseudonym for Donald Westlake who was great great mystery writer. Yeah. And it's a really tough character. And. We feel it, you know, most of the tough characters always want to be like even Humphrey Bogart, and it's tough is he is random always to like him. Yeah. Edward G Robinson, Jimmy Cagney. They so you're rooting for the Iruin for the bags guy. Who's? Really bad Hari Marvin had a kind of a an aura about him at the time. So we said how do we get hold of Lee Marvin's? We call them my agent who wouldn't even call us back. No kidding. So we did these. I mean, we were that crazy at the time. So he said, you know, what we'll do. Let's get it to this guy. John Bowman who had only done one little movie in England, which was like a Beatles. Kind of movie it was called catch me if you can with Dave clock. It was about these rock and roll guys around England in the late sixty right? So so, you know, what we're going to this is what we'll do leave. It is making the dirty dozen in England. So we called up John Bowman and say, hey, John, we're gonna send you the script you read it. If you like it, you finally MOF, we didn't even know where he was staying you finally when he's in London someplace doing the dirty dozen, and if you can get on having read the script, and if you read the scripts and like it convince him that you should directed. When you think about this particular thing is, but we would we didn't know. Oh better. Really all we knew is that we liked the script. We wanted Lee Marvin wouldn't call us back and sure enough of one day the phone rang. It was his agent who never called us back saying, hey, you guys Lee, mama. Just call. He said he liked that script EU has. And I'm sorry. I didn't call you back, but he wants to do movie, but he wants to do with John with John Bowman over flan. We say what? There's the other thing about reading stories is like the the weights. You guys were go you're flying over the fucking world. Just have a meeting, right. Trying to try to get it that that was the exciting part of the life. Right. Also, we, you know, I say a moment ago, we didn't know any better. We just went straight ahead. We just kind of I think that was the the nature of the time. Right. Everything was in chaos system had broken down. They would nobody knew what was going. There was still money there and there were guys air and they needed to make movies after easy rider. You like what we're going to have to tap into this. And we know we can't make another Doris day kind of movie over something different. But I think like, you know, what really struck me as as as something that you could do at that time, and you weren't afraid to do all the way through rocky, which was anti-theft to the studio system. Was you didn't have happy endings necessarily? Yeah. Human endings. Yeah. Right. Like the like the new century, which is I think in an unsung. Great movie. Thank you. Yeah. I do too. You also in the ends and target terrible. How about they should horses ends up with harangue finally put a bullet in my hand. But that was the time the country was eggs, essentially challenged. It was you know, the Vietnam war, the ending of strawberry statement is because of music background. We got John Lennon's. Give us give Paul McCartney. Give us give peace a chance, and it ends up with a police riot on campus where they kill the kid. Yes..

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"john bowman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And so what happened is that following morning after the open on a Friday that following warning John Bowman who was in Ireland, he got a call from the Warner Brothers people telling him what had happened with the reaction was and so boom, himself got the idea to basically cut out the ending. If you're seeing the long version, which I'm sure you have what happens is Linda Blair dances around zuzu gets killed. All the logos is get killed, and then she walks out which Burton walks out. They talked to each Fletcher and they wonder off woman decided that people were laughing at that ending. So he made the decision to there's a show where Linda Blair comes out by yourself to take that shot cut the film right then from that shot to the closing credits. So cut like the last three minutes of the film. So he told that. Peter to do that. So the projections actually did that. He literally spliced the ending of the film, which of course gave a nasty sound jump to the film, but Borman felt that that made it better because people wouldn't be laughing at the ending, and then he got the idea to change that ending for all of the theaters. So what they did was the studio took the negative made a new ending, meaning they cut the negative. At the point we're born and wanted to and sent out a new final wheel to every single theater in the country or most of the theaters in the country with this new truncated ending, and then that Tuesday, again, the film opened on the Friday, John Bowman got the bad news on that Saturday. He made the decision to get the film himself and told the projectionist in that one theater in Los Angeles to cut the film. Then one of others cut the negative and sent out new final reels to all theaters were showing the film, and then. That Tuesday Borman flew to Los Angeles fat in the theater in Los Angeles and made notations of what the people are laughing at. They were laughing at things like Linda Blair's, tap dancing, laughing at which burdens overblown before laughing, little things too. Like literally would roll her eyes and stuff like that. So he goes, no. And then he went back into the room and made little tiny changes like that. And he cut the film down at that point. The film originally ran hundred seventeen minutes when cut the ending out. Hundred fourteen minutes. Then he went into the editing room and made a special in made another one hundred ten minute cut. And he showed that to theater in Los Angeles, and that was shouldn't that when that was version shown in the Los Angeles theater, and then he decided he was going to go in and make yet another cut. This is called. He was calling this one mach four because this was actually the fourth version of film he had made. So we so he made that version. That's the the short version, the one that you did the commentary track for and then what's happened over the years that very short version. So basically how was seen in America the one hundred seventeen minute version, which is actually now known as the director's cut. That was what played in all the theaters throughout the United States, the version that he cut just for the loss Angeles theater that only played in that. Eater that cut. He made that just remove the last three minutes that was sent out to the set on seven theaters in the United States that version. That's the version that just the ending cut. And so and then the version that he finally cut down the one that she divorced coming to for, I guess that one is hundred and ten minutes so that booze and didn't play in the United States. He wanted to send it, but by then the theater was one of like, look, we spent enough money on this. You know, forget that we're not putting that went out. That version is played in theaters in Europe and Asia. So that version became the versions. All those cuts of play. The United States. We've never seen again for a long time that short version that was shown over in Europe that the came, the standard version. That's the bruise was we used on sixteen millimeter to college campuses. That's the version of played on television. Would it premiered on television? That's the version played on HBO, and that's the version that was initially released on VHS and beta tape..

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"john bowman" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"It was and you get paid a salary every week and you see your material once not here it was like, why isn't everyone working in this industry like this holy crap telling me more. It felt like a secret at the time. Your job there is that. So so Jackie, you got into this Disney program and was it a similar thing? Like did you write seminars? We wrote sort of in a group. We criticize each other. We had, you know, pitching practice, comedy people. Yeah, they split us into feature on comedy, so there's some things we did as a group, but there were four of us in the comedy programme. Gotcha. Yeah. Was it like was it the lightning bolt there that you were like, this is what I wanna pursue now? Or was it like, let's let's see what town? I definitely I loved it immediately. I've, I've always been a huge TV watcher TV fan, like everyone in my family was like, oh, yeah. Of course, that's what you should be doing? Yes, I did that and after the program, I think because at that point I think they've re-jigger the starting times and anytime we ended like an April which or maybe even later. So it was like after. So there was a gap? Yeah, after staffing. So the next season I interviewed and got a job on Martin and the connection is that the one of the guys who created Martin John Bowman was a Harvard Business School alone real. So I think that when he's, you know, he was actually funny two years, but so we, I don't think we intersected, but we certainly wouldn't have known each other anyway. But I think he saw that on my resume and it was like, oh, here's someone I can talk to, and and they were looking for woman's voice on the show because you know that it's Martin. One hundred percent dominated by Martin. And when I looked at the scripts, all of the women's lines were like, yes, Martin. That's great. Murden Martin. Yeah, there's like if you look at the first season, so is that as I was at a situation where it's like we need a woman's voice on, you became like, you will write for Gina, and that is what I need you to pitch on. No, no. I mean, we all still did everything, but that kind of democratic. He hired three of us three women that year. And so yes. So we were all contributing on everything, but I think we definitely strengthen those characters. Yeah. Needed to strengthen? Yes, characters as I'm sure came from from the group. How big a room was that. Wanna say ten. Okay. Eight to ten that not mutual, no, but a normal size room for that day. And was even though you would come out of the writing program was the room environment like a shock, did you? Did you know what to expect? I had no, and it must have been a crash course. It wasn't absolute crash course because you know, like very male dominated vary, joked dominated we had we, it was easy to get a pitch shutdown violently, but also spirit. We had actually one of the writers who I sat next to kademi award-winning John Ridley so fine. He had a hand puppet of a parrot, and we named it yet. See. And yet see the pair was an ancient TV writer who was on his fourth divorce do voice of yet see was in love with me..

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"john bowman" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"The end of two or lease they should have just shot something different because in that movie at the end rigs shot like fifteen times he's like bleeding the deaths like he's like he's a pile of liquid and tugs just like picking them up they're joking his fine and he's okay i'm sure that's what got changed from shane black's original script was what john bowman i forget the other guy it was but i i am a hundred percent with you number two is way better one to one is good totally was good to they're fighting racists the entire time which has fantast and they also in police custody oh yeah dude garib using yeah that's the first one because i kind of feel like these are of a piece or always kind of in competition with each other diehard v lethal weapon die hard the winner just they're like like mid to late eighties like action franchise lethal weapon two more than die hard really that's yeah i don't agree with that but the die hurt sequels they're really bad to watch three is good good to is horrible really for like a four five and six that's true yeah one of those was an episode before that was citizens on patrol diehard miami beach right right when they replace it bruce willis matt mccoy yeah i don't know i out of like all of those movies i love diehard three something fear and as far as the franchises go i guess the only way i can personally measure it is shit that ivory watched more times and that far and away the diehard movies yeah at least one through today also probably less problematic like two is good they're fighting south abbey there's a lot of message to it but then obviously in four here it gets a little dicey three i mean i kind of have shrug at three i wasn't crazy about it three like i liked the villain a lot is in three where they're like fighting in the like undeveloped house cook could cop turn crime lord three and four both feature sequences with unfinished houses yes okay really holding onto that gag shag in the second i think even the is the first one maybe it's the second house yeah and there's this carrying that gag over for some fucking reason it was reagan's america we're america was on the move just you could just bunk and build a house it didn't even matter but also i will say in this is pissing me off about three and four is that it becomes less about the precinct like there's less focus on how the you know the crime moves in a police department that's the thing with this movie you know who the most interesting character lethal weapon for is the asian cop who's like the dude who's like the triad expert expedition master all interesting show i would just like to be watching some sort of hong kong action yeah that's the problem this this shami horsh in this movie this whole franchises chummy horsh yeah less show me your two aren't very i think that's what really fucked this thing up is that it got chummy who made it really chummy shum that water up joe patchy man you forget how long he's been in this fucking franchise introduced in the second movie totally isn't he like a griffin he's a money launderer for the south africans turning on them and then rigs oh conquer supposed to do protection on them in the third movie he's moore talks real estate agent the up the fourth movie now he's a private that sucks tuck in dana barrett going jealous to art restore fucking pick and stick with over simpson leaving the power plant that's about right so what is this movie about this movie it's a mix of like a lethal weapon movie and part of the plot of father of the bride yes yes so it's basically like riggs and murtaugh we are officially too old for this shit i'm both sides of the partnership only cops in la apparently la basically the police plot of this is gently is a as a dude from hong kong triad who there's money laundering going on crooked chinese general hunter fitting yes not not money laundering mccown fitting correct i mean they have to launder it afterwards but primarily it's money go into a drier yes poach hymns i think to make it like less i don't know what yeah that's straight this paper field little whether it out.

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"john bowman" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"john bowman" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"john bowman" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Floyd souza up our god bloodiest changes saw mainland to fail to stop faye hayden from this day god gave all of poisons charlie xe x trying to escape feelings of heartache and misery by cranking up the sound of the music electronic dance pop full of crunching rhythm and clanking sound effects her voice sometimes filtered or distorted for emotional effect the track i played called backseat is a collaboration with the great carly ray jepson one of current pops most adventurous experimental charlie xe ex doesn't consider pop to a formal album but rather more of a mix tape a loosely ordered collection of tracks that emphasize collaboration for example one of the most striking vocals on the album is on out of my head but it isn't from charlie it's from swedish singer tove low charlie doesn't come in until the second verse w later must shades there is no se i don't wanna all the way dillon news imposes a terrible thanks cheryl hot on the ball in the done molins oh the nazo just wanna belyaev john bowman that wasn't just one i'm pleased just please please just hmm bjp gop the bjp easier another excellent example of generous collaboration is i got it on which charlie shares wokers with three guest stars brooke candy pablo the tar and the young chicago rapper cupcake it's cupcakes clever rap i want to call your attention to hear her voice emerging from a multitrack chorus of high pitch chance of i got it i got it cupcake takes command.

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"john bowman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"You gonna do when your social security is being cut you are uh you can't see a doctor on medicare because of medicare cuts you're sick kid can't get can't afford medicine i mean that's that's the world they're building with this this bill that's the that's the world they're bringing it to a fact and and there's talk now so now we know trump's not going to sign it until january that's the latest word we've got and that delayed the medicare cuts to delay the man the tory medicare cuts under and has home homebuilt now i gotta say even pessimistic me john bowman i think the public's good a at that particular rip off i think is going to be is now it's going to be november 2018 people who say you know what next month in six weeks they gotta put through some cuts in medicare you know who vote so yes you know because your president and social security works pack you know votes a lot in in elections like 28 teens senior senior older people yeah would be joe definitely trab and as you know um y marco rubio committed the littoral definition other gaffes uh maybe about ten days ago uh by actually telling the truth than saying they were they were going to go after medicare and medicaid because now the deficit was ballooning they just balloon the deficit by one point four or five trillion dollars uh in this in this tax scam so they're not going to get away with that i mean i really do feel like the public has been following this pretty well.

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"john bowman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"A good friend of the program all right he has a secret identity like a superhero by day he is john bowman democratic activist and a fighter for economic justice especially for older americans by night he is battled zero formerly of shannon uh and um both john involves your joins us now john thanks for coming on the program uber jews away no those john i'm sorry tax thanks richard i get what characters consume subtypes listen at least you only have to i got the mormon tabernacle choir in my head let's uh let's talk about let's talk about the tax phil we've talked to here and elsewhere about the economic implications of their dire for most americans especially in the long run we know that there targeting social security and paul ryan his sentence much social security and medicare are the ultimate target so what they're doing once the uh the pay limitation factories in this kick in uh we're probably nc mandatory cuts to medicare uh next year or 2019 uh ba let's talk politics if we uh if we may what do you think this bill is going to do to the republicans in 2018 well now you have a huge my true secret identity by secrets secret identity which is a secret of all actually as the uh president of social security works pack as president of social security works packed i will personally be going around the country um cash tag retribution twenty eight t trying to make sure that people who voted for this tax scam don't get reelected or door don't get elected in the first place depending on the uh race we're talking about now as.

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"john bowman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"In this hour we will talk to peace activists media benjamin about the first year of trump's foreign policy the surprises the horrors and what comes next we will also talk with john bowels erbarmen formerly of sean online now the president of the social security works pack about the political implications of the republican tax bill that was passed last week now about that tax bill just a couple of things you probably already already know but need to know number one we live in an era of historic economic inequality in both wages and wealth we are undoubtedly going to see that unsustainable or seemingly unsustainable level of inequality get much worse as a result of this tax spill it is a frightening prospect this tax bill may put a few pennies in ordinary americans pockets as it is putting tens of thousands hundreds of thousands millions into the pockets of millionaires and billionaires but whatever pennies that the american people get will be more than offset by cuts to social security cuts to medicare cuts to medicaid republicans or ready using nets as their ticket to destroy government which has been there and bishen all along uh john bowman and i will be talking about the political implications of this fill in the real question is this is the horror of this bill enough to give the democrats in the house uh in the house of victory in 2018 or will it require democrats to actually up their game an offer an alternative that is not a rhetorical question it is an actual question it is one that we will be discussing in this hour the one thing we know is at the american people understand that they are being screwed by the oligarchs who rule their economic and political system you don't have to explain that to people and so far the american people understand that this tax bill is part of that shafting uh that according to polls showing that according to the cnn poll for example fifty five percent of voters opposes bill only thirty three percent supported now will that change if people see a few dollars in their pockets and when republicans starts spinning we're going to discuss that and more in this hour i am richard rj s cow for this euro one in six seniors faces the threat of hunger and millions more live.

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"john bowman" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Refugees there joining us now is sarah carter from sirkin news and exclusive on what happened with this susan rice there is a piece i think this was a cnn piece yesterday about what exactly happened when susan rice spoke with house investigators on why in fact she did on mask senior trump officials sarah card is going to tell us what she knows about this she joins us now sarah great to have you on great to be with you laura thank you so susan rice was very very confused about all the concerns about unmasking some months ago and this was first raised but she seems to have jogged term memory quite a bit well yeah if i mean if you think about it when she spoke with duty witter she knew darn well she way unmasking people within the trump administration john bowman and i broke their stories going way back in march um where we discussed the expansion of obama power hugh and matt in what happened was in two thousand eleven without the public being any of the wiser what they did was they expanded the powers though that officials with in the administration would have more leeway to unmask american unbelievable war at because this is about our fourth amendment right not only did they expand that they were due to the explanation for why did we need to unmask someone so basically is that right yeah you director john brennan samantha power loretta lynch now people are looking at ben rhodes were able q one mask american which is something that it only done i mean it considered so highly unusual and so classified no matter how much they tried to cut it or been it it is an unusual protected the names of americans are very well guarded and people to be he terrified and still are are then basking than within the intelligence community and even within the fbi but thing changed under obama that americans had no idea about two thousand eleven than key thousand fifteen those an expansion live went within the fbi and the fbi we've been allowed you look at pre and uh you know infiltrate those type of talk between pre between attorney quiet so so and reporters as well so this is something that even if.

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"john bowman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"To be with you laura thank you so susan rice was very very confused about all the concerns about unmasking some months ago and this was first raised but she seems to have jogged term memory quite a bit we're yes i mean if you think about it when he spoke with beauty witter he knew darn well she way unmasking people within the trump administration john bowman and i broke their stories going way back in march on where we discussed the expansion of obama power hugh and math in what happened was in thousand of letting without the public being any of the wiser what they did was they of the powers though that officials with in the administration would have more leeway to unmask american yet unbelievable war because this is about our fourth amendment right not only did they expand that they were due the explanation for why they would need to unmask someone so basically is that right yeah you director john brennan the mantho power loretta lynch now people are looking at ben rhodes were able to unmask american which is something that is only guy in i mean it considered so highly unusual and so classified no matter how much they tried to cut it or been it it is an unusual process it the names of americans are very well guarded and people used to be terrified and still are of an backing them within the intelligence community and even within the fbi but thing changed under obama that americans had no idea about two thousand eleven in two thousand fifteen those an expansion live wet within the fbi and the fbi within allowed you look at pre and uh you know infiltrate though type of talk between pre between attorney quiet so so and reporters as well so this is something that even if the law allows them to do it it is something that congress and the trump administration needs to take a very close look at well the the issue i think here is are we criminalising campaigns and the politics of every four years or you know criminalising governance now like they don't like what trump is doing investigate him uh you don't like how the campaign is going our intimidate them through investigation try to find dirt on people through turkey dirty tricks surveillance and that's what police adds that's what police states do that's what they've always dog that's what they do in russia that's what they do and pakistan that's what.

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"john bowman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"john bowman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The refugees there joining us now is sarah carter from circa news and exclusive uh on what happened with this susan rice there is a piece i think this was a cnn piece yesterday about what exactly happened when susan rice spoke with house investigators on why in fact she did on mask senior trump officials sarah card is going to tell us what she knows about this she joins us now sarah great to have you on great to be with you laura thank you so susan rice was very very confused about all the concerns about unmasking some months ago and this was first raised but she seems to have job term memory quite a bit well yeah frightening if you think about it when he spoke with purity witter gene new darn well he way unmasking people within the trump administration john bowman and i broke the story is going way back in march on where we got the expansion of obama power a hugh and matt now what happened was in two thousand eleven without the public being any of the wiser what they did was they added banda the power though that in the administration would have more leeway to unmask american unbelievable war because this is about our fourth amendment right not only did they expand that they were due the explanation for why they would need to unmask someone tell basically that right yeah you director john brennan the manpower loretta lynch now people are looking at ben rhodes were able to unmask american which is something that it only done i mean it considered so highly unusual and so cracker by no matter how much they tried to cut it or been it it is an unusual pry it the name of americans are very well guarded and people you kaby terrified and still are backing them within the intelligence community and even within the fbi but thing changed under obama that americans had no idea about two thousand eleven in two thousand fifteen does an expansion live wet within the fbi and the fbi we've been allowed q look at pre and you know infiltrate though type of talk between pre between attorney quiet and so and reporter as well so this is something that even if the law allows them to do it it.

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