25 Burst results for "John Cleese"

"john cleese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:46 min | 2 months ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"15 December, your upper range is a four and a half. You're not that far away. Even with Neil kashkari in the clip that you played earlier, he's talking about his emphasizing how much they've done to date and how they haven't seen the full effects. You're going to see more and more policy makers talk about the lag or words or language that are the equivalent talking about the lag. There's even some suggestion that ECB policymakers are getting cold feet about going another 75. So look, things are definitely shifting a gear here. I think part of the problem is when the word pivot is thrown around. There's no real broad agreement on what that actually means. Does it mean a pause? Does it mean a cut? Does it mean scaling back? So it's like the episode of faulty towers. Whatever you do, don't mention the pivot. Focus on focus on what they're saying and what the steps are. No one's saying they don't need to go higher. Okay, it's about the size of the increments from here on in. Well, I'm wondering, you did mention the ECB that I'm wondering about where the spell over effect of that watching that rate hike policy in the U.S. is for other central banks like the Bank of England like the ECB A short look, they all watch the fed. It's fashionable every cycle for people to say, oh, well, we don't follow the fed. But in reality, the fate is first among equals in the college of central banks. And it does set the tone. Many economists project that the recession should there be one in the Eurozone will be deeper than is the case in the United States. People interpret that as meaning less appetite for further and faster. Villeroy, the ECB governing council member from France was speaking this week. And really, was it pains to say, look, these jumbo hikes. They're not a new normal. I thought that was a pretty interesting comment for him to make. Yeah, Dan, thank you so much for being with us. It was interesting. And of course, we remain focused on the fed, as you say, first amongst equals in terms of the Central Bank decisions. But you made me feel right at home talking about 40,000 as well, but they're depending on this Dan moss. I wonder how John Cleese would do an impersonation of a central banker. Please don't try. Oh no. God, faulty tariffs, so many jokes to go to actually made there. We won't do. All right. Let's coming up next. We'll be getting back to our conversation around the markets. Watching what's happening with Sterling, not massively moved either during or after the autumn statement. Today it's trading just below one

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The War Against God, Beauty and Reality

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | 3 months ago

The War Against God, Beauty and Reality

"Realized at the end of the day, all of the grievous things that we're seeing now, it's a war against God. I think Peter Hitchens wrote a book the rage against God. Ultimately, what all of these things are is a war with reality, a war on beauty to say that beauty is ugly or that ugly is beautiful to say that fat is good these preposterous things that have been unleashed on us recently. It's a war against reality itself. It's an attempt to deconstruct reality itself. It's realistic. I would say demonic. It's funny, I had the privilege a couple of months ago of interviewing John Cleese of all people who is an atheist, Trump hater. And yet, like many of the old school comedians, he's outraged by the cancel culture as we are. And we were talking about it about the roots of it in French critical theory. And it's funny to have John Cleese a point to the French because it reminds me of a python skit. But the point is that anyone with eyes to see understands there is something fundamentally wrong with this view.

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"john cleese" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"john cleese" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"8 four four two four rich number to dial. What's more likely, Chris brockman, do you have any good little what's more likely for us? You got one set up for you. I do, actually, I was just reading the latest Bruce Feldman tweet about the pack 12. Okay, what do we have? One minute ago, the PAC 12 board met this morning and authorized a conference to explore all expansion options. The ten university presidents and chancellors were made committed to a shared mission of academic and athletic excellence. You know that reminds me of you ever see life of Brian. You ever see that Monty Python movie? No. A council of hebrews. I don't think there are many hebrews in Monty Python, so they're not technically allowed to make that joke, but they're Monty Python so they can, you know, how hebrews and people of faith and religion like to talk about stuff and things weren't going well for this council. And so John Cleese stands up and goes, right? This is cause for immediate discussion. That's what it sounds like with the PAC 12. I think this calls for immediate discussion. You know what? We will do. This is how our response is. We will sit down and we are going to talk about it. Yeah. Well. Here's what we're going to do. We are surrounded with problems, lots of things are falling apart around us. We need to set up a zoom. Set up a zoom and we need to talk. We're going to explore all expansion options. Who wants in? At this point, just merge with the mountain west. Who wants it? UNLV. Utah state. San Diego state. It's like that line them up. It's like that recently divorced dad who's out of shape, you know, hasn't gotten out there in a while. Hitting the bars and going, who wants a piece of this? Anybody? Who wants some of this? They need Ryan Gosling to shape him up. That's right. That's right..

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"john cleese" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"john cleese" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Take it back That's my man Coffee with Carlos sells rocky I was in bad way latte I'll have a Kenya cappuccino He never has a second cup of coffee at home Mal then grown I was gonna make espresso Coffee with color Good to the last drop Good morning Stephanie Yes Doctor Fauci What I wanted to let you know yes COVID is not over You can get vaccinated for that and luckily I've come up for a vaccine where you can not be groomed in Florida if you're going to Disneyland It's been busy haven't you Yes Isaiah's fine to say this Okay You take about a 150 doses It's basically made of bull bile And bold material Okay And it'll keep you from getting groomed and Florida Thank you doctor I love that pronounce the pronunciation Florida I was going to Florida they would not hire me Because you used to say you have an elderly mom like I do in a nursing home and I have to comply Memorial Day weekend And vice president Harris just got COVID I was saying my Friends next door neighbor got COVID despite being triple vax and masks on a plane That's how yum lifting the masking mandate is because people around him were not wearing masks Yeah Can I tell you how excited I was I just got back from Calgary Canada And I was worried about masking but because you're flying to Canada everybody still had to maintain the mask rule And it was beloved Nobody was exploding Nobody was complaining Yeah We all put our masks on It was pretty easy Yeah Yeah And I know it's still here in LA right at LAX you have to wear the mask It's just but this is what it makes no sense the whole and then you can take it off when you get on the plane And then yeah yeah Okay Doctor Fauci actually said so he was asked here we are at the end of April How close are we at the end of the pandemic He said that is a not an unanswerable question for the following reason and I don't want to be evasive Let me tell you why We are certainly right now in this country out of the pandemic phase adding namely we don't have 900,000 new infections a day and tens and tens and tens of thousands of hospitalizations and thousands of deaths We are at a low level right now So if you're saying we are out of the pandemic phase in this country we are what we hope to do I don't believe I've spoken about this widely We're not going to eradicate this virus If we can keep that level very low in intermittently vaccinate and I don't know how often that would be That might be every year it might be longer in order to keep the level low but right now we are not in the pandemic phase He said pandemic meets meets a widespread throughout the world infection that spreads rapidly among people So you look at the global situation there is no doubt this pandemic is still ongoing And this is the problem they were saying Carl is another doctor was saying the problem is having had it earlier like Chris and Travis and I did doesn't protect us from this new variant It doesn't have it previously it doesn't protect you from the new variants So I'm terrified to get on I mean I'm going to ask obviously on the plane but I'm going to my very old very immune compromised mother And but I don't feel like I have a choice She's 99 broke her leg Like I don't know how much time I have left with her Morally I don't have a choice And yet you know we still I can't believe two and a half years into this Carlos you and I still are talking about this and having to worry about this Yep You know it's because other people don't care about a situation beyond themselves but what I did just in case is I did a surgical underneath a N95 and that made me feel good because I used to wear the shield and that's because I'm uncomfortable and just get underneath anyways but say you double mask you do what you just Me too As John fugle saying tweeted you hope you don't sit next to COVID Open mouth snoring Oh my God Yeah By the way Doctor Fauci will not be going to The White House correspondents dinner because that's the other thing is obviously a ton of people got it at this gridiron dinner I'm still not going to stuff to indoor events or anything I will be going to the outback steakhouse and eating a bloomin onion All right Doctor Fauci Okay All right That would be instead of The White House Hello mate I'll take a bloomin onion I've been practicing you know I guess it's not interested in sex with misses Fauci that night I take it Well no She's garlic so we kind of went on a date with a man to garlic with a man This is a long time ago What's the garlic recipe That's how you know someone's not that into you You took me to the garlic restaurant We both smell disgusting after that It's a great place though All right He was being less than settled Hey what do you know We both love steak and rose You know what I mean What Classy guy Yeah Hey Carlos Love a boy How does a dog highly strong Yes he should be I met John Cleese How does a nice chap How does a doctor from Brooklyn imitating an Australian say the word Florida Laura in the Barbie.

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"john cleese" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on WTOP

"David Tron says he's tested positive for COVID He says he's only experiencing mild symptoms He says he'll vote by proxy this week and continue to isolate as he recovers by continues to recover at home I should say drone also says he's fully vaccinated and boosted wants others to do the same Congressman Dutch ruppersberger also tested positive this week the latest in a string of Maryland officials who've come a positive for COVID in the past few weeks It's two 12 metro ridership is down way down compared to the time before the pandemic metro says a number of factors are at play Yes it's dropped both on bus and rail Metro general manager Paul weida feld told metro board members the latest numbers show ridership has dropped to 15 to 20% of pre-pandemic levels on rail and that the number was in the 30s percentage wise on bus By comparison he said that around Thanksgiving rail ridership was close to 30% of pre-pandemic levels and bus ridership was near 60% Part of it is the season to be Frank As well as the oma cron wave he says but he made no mention of metro's ongoing railcar issues that have taken the majority of the agency's fleet out of service John Aaron W TOP news Meanwhile two metro stations on the red lines had to reopen later today the Rockville and shady grove metro stations have been shuttered for four months to replace platform canopies at Rockville and to upgrade infrastructure for communication at both Rockville and shady grove but temporary bus stops put into place at the stations because of the project will remain open until February Two 13 Maryland's legislative session got underway this past week and while things are off to a slow start as they usually are in Annapolis eventually they'll be taking on some big issues including marijuana and spending This time around Maryland's not looking at ways to cut from its budget it has a surplus This will open up some fights over how do we spend that money But saint Mary's college political science professor Todd eberley says the governor's push for tax cuts probably won't go far The omicron surge in COVID is taxing Maryland's healthcare infrastructure pretty substantially So I think there'll be a desire to use the money for some of that And then they'll probably be a desire for some short term relief for folks who are affected economically There's also a push to legalize recreational marijuana an issue Everly says Maryland is behind the curve on And he pans a push from House leaders to put it to referendum noting years of polling suggests Overwhelmingly the voters are yay John Doe and WTO P news In 1975 Monty Python and the Holy Grail became a classic movie comedy and gave some people an unnatural fear of rabbits Now Monty Python spammy light hits Toby's dining Toby's dinner theater in Colombia Maryland He retells the legend of King Arthur and his knights of the round table on their quest for the Holy Grail and it features killer rabbits Mark minick directs a hilarious cast including Adam gray bell as lancelot So I essentially play three roles that were originated by John Cleese and one role that was originated by Michael Palin Because I don't just play lancelot I also get to play the French taunter Tim the enchanter and the knight who says knee What's the proper technique for clanking coconuts like a galloping horse A full gallop sounds like this One two three one two three one two three A Cantor is two one two one two one two and trot is just one Here are our full chat on WTB dot com Jason Riley WTA news Frank header head has sports next It's two 14.

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"john cleese" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on WTOP

"Grove metro stations have been shuttered for four months to replace platform canopies at Rockville and to improve communication infrastructure at both rockfield and shady grove but temporary bus stops put into place when the stations have been shut down will remain open until February It is 1212 Maryland's legislative session got underway this past week and while things rough to kind of a slow start as the usually are eventually they'll be tacking big issues like marijuana and spending This time around Maryland's not looking at ways to cut from its budget it has a surplus This will open up some fights over how do we spend that money But saint Mary's college political science professor Todd everley says the governor's push for tax cuts probably won't go far The uma cron surge in COVID is taxing Maryland's healthcare infrastructure pretty substantially So I think there'll be a desire to use the money for some of that And then they'll probably be a desire for some short term relief for folks who are affected economically There's also a push to legalize recreational marijuana An issue Everly says Maryland is behind the curve on And he pans a push from House leaders to put it to referendum noting years of polling suggests overwhelmingly the voters are yay John Doe and WTO P news In 1975 Monty Python and the Holy Grail became a classic movie comedy Now Monty Python's spammy hits Toby's dinner theater in Columbia Maryland The retells the legend of King Arthur and his knights of the round table on their quest for the Holy Grail and it features killer rabbits Mark minic directs a hilarious cast including Adam gray bow as lancelot So I essentially play three roles that were originated by John Cleese and one role that was originated by Michael Palin Because I don't just play lancelot I also get to play the French taunter Tim the enchanter and the knight who says knee What's the proper technique for clanking coconuts like a galloping horse A full gallop sounds like this One two three one two three one two three A Cantor is two one two one.

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"john cleese" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"It's 1.2. It gets its 1.61 .615, 1.625. So that would be really interesting then if the reason why Venus signifies beauty, for example, or aesthetic appeal that which is that we perceive as aesthetically appealing, ultimately boils down to a numerical reason. That's exactly what I'm saying. And there's no way to prove it. But it's like all the planets are in some way architectonic of some basic number something. Right. And so Venus making that aspect to earth being in that exact ratio to earth, Venus being the golden mean proportion to earth, and it representing everything that historically we've always ascribed to the golden mean. Beauty aesthetic perfection. You know, if a photographer knows that if they want to have a subject that's perfect in a picture, you don't want it halfway between the top and the bottom. You want it closer to two thirds. Why? Because two thirds is already closer to the golden mean because one plus one equals two, two plus one equals three, two thirds, three plus two equals 5. And you keep going down that 5 eighths and so on. And you get to all those things that are beautiful. It's kind of crazy. But when you start looking at the quintiles in someone's chart, you all of a sudden have a picture of the non physical dimension of where this person's creativity where their magic, where their charisma, where and you see strong quintiles in charts of artists and poets and philosophers and just even people with strong strong charisma, oddly enough, comedians again and again and again, show powerful quintile configurations, configurations, meaning more than just two planets one quintile or by quintile the other, but a third forming patterns that are on that 5 pointed star, then you see him in charge like John Cleese and Groucho Marx and Charlie Chaplin and harpo Marx and Woody Allen and I mean on and on and on and on. So and I know we've kind of slipped into the chart interpretation. I don't know whether we can do mature. I know you have some charts you wanted to show to demonstrate. Do you want to look at those right now? Do you want to take a little break or look at those right? What I would like to do first is just say a few words about the subtitles. Because the charts that I have by the handful of charts where we can look at them with the normal regular aspects, many of them will be charts that we've looked at that we might already be familiar with. And then I have a different version of that chart only showing the quintiles in subtitles and some of them are pretty shocking. Just by the by what comes across. But and the reason why I focus on the quintiles and subtitles in my research. And even in my consulting practice, is that they are the lower harmonics which theoretically are more fundamental. I mean anyone who has done any work in in harmonic analysis and vibrational astrology, which is David Cochran's rebranding if you will of John eddy's work. Knows that there's no end to what harmonic you can use. You can use the 125th harmonic, the 375th arm doesn't matter, because it's like an oscilloscope as you tune it, you'll get certain frequencies where all of a sudden it'll go really and all of a sudden you'll hit these points where everything seems to be in tune with everything else. Now, that certainly has taken the zodiac out of the picture. But I think that we will find that there's something there that is incredibly powerful that will feed into whatever it is that we do. But the reason, in particular, I focus on the 5s and the 7s, is that is that most of us use aspects that go up to the 12th harmonic. Most people obviously not strict Hellenistic astrologers who will not use the 12th harmonic. They're basically you're basically using the first second third, 6th harmonic. First second, first second, third, fourth and 6th. That's the 5 major. So the first is conjunction, second harmonic is opposition because there's two points, the third harmonic is trying because there's three points. And I have some actually, I meant to put some diagrams up that show those aspect patterns because that might be really helpful in this part of the discussion. Let me see if I can locate those. That's a yawed, which actually we should get into. Well, the odd is of very particular importance because again, people who have done a lot of NATO work and have looked at yards, just know how strong how powerful they are. Yeah, so there we have an effect what we would call a grand trine. But it's really just the third harmonic with planets at the tips of that third harmonic. Okay, so when you're talking about harmonic you're talking about three points and talking about the circle divided by three. Yeah, okay. Versus like a grand square, which is the circle divided by four. That's a fourth harmonic. And so the square is connected to the fourth harmonic. Now, hold that just for a second because in the fourth harmonic, we also have oppositions. But if you hated fractions, you're going to hate this. Because a fourth harmonic has the fourth is one quarter of a circle. One quarter is the fourth harmonic. But two quarters is a half. So you have the opposition that is not only the second harmonic, but it also falls on the fourth harmonic. Right. That makes sense. And, you know, one of the things, of course, that's nice in the way that this gets integrated the traditional system is that the two easier benefic aspects in the domicile that traditional rulership scheme when you.

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"john cleese" Discussed on Dear Writer

Dear Writer

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Dear Writer

"Hey everyone welcome back to derive. Today we have another one of our talking shop episodes and like previously We tend to chat a lot during the so. We will jump straight into it. I think Sarah what's your toll the month this month so this month. I've rude a book by the name of creativity short and chief guide which is written by john. Cleese was it. Short and cheerful shorten chip. It's very succinct book with tips about creativity in writing and to give you an idea of the subject matter. There are three main chapters which stops with the creative martin sit and talks about discovering creativity and letting ideas naturally develop and then it moves on to the second chapter witches cooled.

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"john cleese" Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Bachelor Party

"In thursday. Kelly's here hang alley. Hello how's it going. It is going great. I'm so excited to talk about bachelor's paradise i i am too. You're one of many people in my life. Who referred to as bachelor's in paradise with its bachelor paradise. But i do feel like everyone at this point for. Some reason has out of the athlete. I've heard many people say that and it's it kind of should be called that because all these people are single but i guess as the plural of black bachelor bachelor or is it bachelor's bachelor's yes so i mean there's i think lincoln sexual show. Yeah never thought about that. Where i've definitely had like an occasional slip up in life or app called like shrimp shrimps. So you know if anyone's gonna ask us something it's me fishes like ivan think is a lot just las ad. I s on things for sure. This show is so much more fun than the bachelor bachelorette. It's like oh my god. It's not even close like i mean i guess they have to keep doing basser bachelorette so that we have people for the show like this is like lightning in a bottle. Oh my god i know. Also it's it's kind of like it's sort of like bachelor and bachelorette or sort of like you know when you're like deep into a relationship and you're just like god gotta keep watching like make it work. This is like the beginning of a relationship like this much fun. Let's keep going every day aged breath of fresh air. It's like life. We're going to get better than watching bachelor's and paradise i don't think so i agree also with bachelor and bachelorette i hate the seasons. Where like episode one. You're like oh that guy's gonna win like we knew katie season that greg was like probably yeah and he did it but like essentially got the final two if he wanted to and that kind of like kills a lot of the show right toto this this show. You're like oh these people are locked in. And the next week someone comes in and then you're like oh never mind which i lay. It's essentially love island with characters that you actually know right right. i think i think violent. Probably like szabo's happening in in the us. Let's do this. I have to say so. I've mentioned this at the end of the pod. This is a great opportunity. Dimension the beginning the ringer slumps during a reality. Tv podcast. it has amelia. What am eire's battery cats on tuesday nights. It has johnny bananas. Recapping the challenge on wednesday nights and then kellyanne like a reality roundup on fridays. I started watching love island last week. I watched the first episode talked about. And i really liked that. But i'm just like jump ahead. Some concur with you. I go no no no no no no no no no you have to watch every episode you have to fall in love with the characters you have to start learning the lingo. Like a you. Don't even know the lingo. Now when you say it. I get really confused So anyway check us out there. Where there on fridays and it's going to have a lot more reality programming coming. There's so many shows are excited about survivor. Selling sunset great british bake off everything on bravo. everything on netflix. Just just all that. I have to say this week's challenge. I was delighted by ed from the circle. It's just tall happening. Check out that feed please subscribe. I think it'll be into it if you like the show anyway. Back to bachelor paradise. Let's get into it. So i talked about some stock. I did a stock watch earlier in the week like who stock went up his dock went down. I think it's very clear whether you whether you're buying or selling grocery store. Joe sort of the focal point of this season of episode. So far and i find it depressing to be honest. I feel like grocery store. Joe is not deserving of that but I don't know where do you stand on. We've never really talked about him together because he likes. I don't think about him. So i like grocery store joe because i feel like he has katie by of just like oh i probably run into this guy everyday life right sure. Also tim me comes across as someone who's not here to build a platform sure however yeah has a bachelor nation podcast so like also. This is his first rodeo. That was part of you. Come across as someone. That's like so normal. Doesn't buy into the hype. I absolutely loved that. He had like straight like jim close on thursday of i'm like and then he was like i was going to get a haircut and then i just did it. Yeah and i'm like it doesn't seem like he takes this too seriously. Where like other people clearly like got their teeth. Why end like got a really whatever everyone like. You could tell that people put in like some work and startling offs. Maybe for a month before coming on the show doesn't seem like he did so. I like like that about him but at the same time. Mike why do you keep going on the show. Then i i would definitely be drawn to his lack of effort i would just be like oh cool jim outfit. I felt that makes them seem more attainable. Because you're like oh this guy doesn't give a shit hole do whatever but it's actually probably the opposite. I will i will note. I really liked his red adidas sandals. I have light pink ones. I mean adidas. Adidas animals are for forever has re randomly like so fucking comfortable once you once you break them in and they like really fit to your feet you can wear them for miles. They're so comfortable so comfortable. But i did find it weird and thought it was great. That serena pointed out. Why do you have the socks on and not regular socks like it was like dogs. Yeah the no slip on. I don't get no show socks. I think guys are more into them for like foot smelling or whatever. I feel like a lot of women's fuck. He will smell No i can't wear a shoe without a sock but never now pretty much ever. I wear no-shows with like converse. I don't like. I don't like i don't know the roger suffering makes your feet really smelly especially something like converse. I mean like. Toms does make your feet so smelly. Hey tom's though they're also ugly. But i don't have a pair tom's although i like their their their business monitor but yeah. I thought that was strange. 'cause also like no show socks don't fucking stay on your foot. Yeah they're like fall off all right that with a sandal on a beach on songs socks as a terrible combination. Yeah i was just very confused about that selection. I didn't mind is outfit though. I'm like that's what people actually wear to the beach like. I'm not wearing a white gown with a crown on a beach. So i i thought his was more like. Oh the children the beach my first day try the way. He didn't sweat very much so he knew he was wearing gray. Grey shirts show. All i also was like i paid way too much. Attention the sweating. Now that i'm thinking about it. But i felt the way with John cleese when they were in palm springs. I was like how much they're sweating. 'cause did it seem like the show last week show was our this week. Show god this week shows seemed like people were profusely sweating. Yeah i think they were. I mean i think. I think it's like you know it's it's.

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"john cleese" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Doughboys

"Which is what. I've i ran a to I love chocolate ice cream. I love chocolate. Shakes and i was tempted by both. I always want to get the special shaka. Whatever because you know the time limited thing kind of works on me as a marketing. Gimmick i guess all my god i've only got a month to get the pop shake or whatever but neither of them really appeal to me because i mean firstly. I had my first migraine. When i drank coke float when i was maybe nine and so forever. The combination of kokin ice cream is just disgusting to me. It's like repulsive and so did not sound good but that's just a me thing and then the triple chocolate shake i kind of. I wasn't that impressed by the idea. Because i think chocolate chips when they are in ice cream or any form other than melted can be kinda wack they can be like dusty waxy kind of crumbly. You know i'm a little. I want my chocolate to be good. You know if it was like yes pieces of ghirardelli or something. Maybe but i think kohl's chocolate tends not to be that good and especially called chocolate chips like from a bag of chocolate chips not going to be great so just went plano chocolate bolted and it was good. It did come out a little warm. Like i could see when she was loden and up there that it was I think maybe they had made it little li like they've made it before they made the finish making the food and so it was a little melty. I put it in the fridge when we got home and then took it out but it was still. It was a little runny little warm and it was also. I thought it was slightly too sweet. But i think i think those things are related because i am an ice cream maker myself and i know that when you make ice cream has to be like on the on first base has to be a lot sweeter than you would wants it so that it tastes sweet when it's cold so if ice cream melt gets warm is going to taste a lot too sweet so i think that's kind of why i think it's a fault with the shake that's just because it was too warm. It was tasting too sweet But still really good drink. The whole thing lava chocolate shake. So yeah that was. That was definitely. That was definitely pretty good. That was i think. Second to the burger jobs of inequality there. Wow yeah i think they do. you know. i think they do make good shakes. And i think just to reiterate mitch's point which i think is is very good. I think i think just you're you're you're gonna. It seems like you had the best luck of the three of us libby just by playing it pretty straight forward and i think i think that's the way to go ordering from this again. I mentioned just sneezed again. Wow is everybody fucks. What's a fucks going on mustard. John cleese what's going on with me. Why is sneezing. Msci sneeze today The american people can never find out that i sneezed. Make sure you don't this. Section of the watergate tapes. Well all the spoons men. Well we should get to your final thoughts on shake shack so libyan another show. You know this how this will work. We'll each go round. Give our closing argument if you will. And and by giving it a score from zero to five forks. You our guest. We'll begin with you. So i will say that when i going in thaw shake shack probably going to be a folk restaurant and i did want to prejudice it too much but i was like to me shake shack like a solid for on a good day. Four point five kind of restaurant. And i don't know i mean i don't think it is just that this was a so-so outing i do think you're right that the expansion and it's kind of wild out too much. They're trying to do too much stuff you know. And it's like these weird lemonades the the shake coming out with sillier and sillier stuff like pop rocks in shake like you just. You don't need that. Maybe that's something that you know. Maybe they're trying to appeal to a specific demographic or something. That would love something that crazy i mean. Can you imagine anything crazy or the pro milkshake. I certainly can't i i do feel. They are kind of stray. And this is inevitable you know like for a place to stay fresh or whatever they want to come up with new stuff you know. It's like cipolla introducing caso.

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"john cleese" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"They're able to put this production together despite all the issues behind the camera. Although those that related to the budget to produce in-incredibly what he filmed. That's still stands the test of time and in doing this. They were able to poke holes in some of the most beloved stories in all literature. For instance king arthur. Drawing the sword from the stone is completely iconic and monty python response to. This was a line you can't expect two-wheeled supreme executive power just because some watery tart through a sword at you and that is just one of the many examples of how the players of monty python were able to poke fun at not only medieval society but contemporary society. And while this film was not very earth shattering and widely beloved by audiences at the time. I guess it could be described as some type of cult classic as it really resonated with true comedy fans and really launched monty python into the stratosphere with their most prominent actors. Eric idle and john cleese still going strong today. And this would result in monty python. Making a few other movies including life of brian and the meaning of life. Not only that. But monty python and the holy grail would really up the status of the monty python troupe and would influence other forms of entertainment including saturday night live which drew a great deal of influence from the type of comedy that monty python had been doing up until that point and in talking about all the controversy that surrounded the production as well as the influence that this film would later go onto have. I've completely forgotten to talk about the story itself to give a brief synopsis king. Arthur is on a quest for the holy grail and in order to complete this quest. He must assemble. The knights of the round table in all fairness. This quest for the holy grail is rather roundabout and it's more about all the side missions that they undertake while trying to find the grail including fighting the black knight who refers to having his arm chopped off as merely a flesh wound procuring shrubbery for the nights that say knee and getting into a verbal battle with a friend soldier in a castle also. This film has probably the greatest example of a slow building joke in the history of cinema as there is a narrator who is talking in the woods telling us the story and then out of nowhere. He is struck down by a random night and throughout the film we constantly get cutbacks to the crime scene of where this man was murdered with modern day police officers going over the evidence having the narrators wife identified the body and this running. Gag finally culminates in what is to be the main climax of the movie where king arthur has gathered his army and his preparing to storm the castle where the holy grail is kept and all of a sudden modern day police officers or modern day for the time of nineteen seventy five show up and arrest him and his army..

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"john cleese" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Ahead of the white house coverage part of their team. Michael i never watch russia tv our tv. Do you ever watch it. I think clip sometimes when people post them on on twitter other that bill. All right i'm gonna plant in the next segment. They got a five year old chess prodigy. And he's sitting down on a game show is going to play a game with the host and the host has to. I got a surprise for you. I can't play chess. Here's anatoly karpov. Twelve time world check start. Crying says mommy bad funny. Even if a three rt and it's the propaganda arm of the gangster in the kremlin already damn funny all right michael. Good morning happy. Fourth of july in advance quaint. You i have watched. We have played a lot of clips. Democrats repeat bandaged. Afc trying to explain what's going to happen next with the the quote bipartisan infrastructure. Bill which is dead in the ditch and the bernie sanders imagination reconciliation bill which is off the track somewhere in the counting room for the new york mayoral race. So what do you think's gonna happen between these two bills. I you know. i think it's i think it's up in the air. I think i'm not. I'm not sure that i would agree. That you know that the quote unquote bipartisan. One is dead yet But i think it's it's this is really tricky for biden Because to the extent that he satisfies the concerns of the sort of so-called moderate senators Either in the democratic party or the mater republicans He he angers. I was gonna use a different word but he angers the The last and the more he accommodates the last he angers the moderate and You know you saw the dynamic with bernie sanders sanders wanting six trillion dollars. I think in the in the big you know and then immediately mansion december mansion from west virginia says absolutely not we're not doing six trillion dollars and so You know i hate to. I don't have a crystal ball. I can sort of predict. It's possible that that you know it's some some way somehow. Some combination of these two bills will Both get to the president's desk in a couple of months. But i think it's going to be I suggested to mad continental in the last hour. That if i were leader. Mcconnell i'd get senators collins romney and portland on flanking me and i'd come out and say the president knows what we agreed to so he can go. Tell nancy pelosi what we agreed to. And if they pass that bill and send it over will sign it and we'll we'll voted through and send it to his desk and just put the burden on them and de link or put the blame on him because he's the guy that pulled the bait and switch and it's not. I saw a lot of your colleague not you not just the time but a lot of people saying the republicans of course new linkage was of course. They knew that the democrats would do no they. Didn't you know i. I've talked to the republican. They thought they're gonna pass this bill and then the reconciliation would fall apart on. Its own because of the sanders mansion. Split so i just. I'd walk away from this disaster. But you really don't think it's dead. Well i do. I mean. I don't just be just because every time in the past that i've predicted things like this. You know something happens to to make whatever my prediction was completely wrong. So i you know it's hard to say i think You know right now. Nancy pelosi has the ability to hold the thing up and and in some ways the president can kind of hide behind that And you know the question is how much do the moderate republicans want. How much do republicans want some kind of Accomplishment some kind of bill that spends some of this money to put their name behind. I mean do do some of these republicans want to be able to say That they've You know that their name is attached to some of these projects that are going to be in their states or their district You know if if enough of them really want that. And then it you know could potentially. It's possible that You know that. Some kind of version of this bipartisan spending plan passes i but i but again i think it's very tricky and i don't know exactly how How the president keeps all the to use a metaphor to keep keeps all the spinning plates in the air without all of them falling down and crashing to the ground. Well mike john cleese wanted a parent and the parent was dead and so that. That's that's what. I think we've got here. The parent is dead. And you're standing there. I don't know play the person and that you know what you're saying stunned. It's now he's asleep. No there it is dad right i. It's possible it's possible. I'm not saying you're wrong. I'm just saying i don't know and i think you know What i do what. I will say what i think is. I can't get that out of my mind now michael. I'm sorry you're not mine. But i do think that that there's no way that they're going to get the kind of money that And spending that. That's the last one that i will you know. Go on a limb for a. I don't i don't i mean you just you almost impossible to see You know anything like three four five six trillion dollars You know what is gonna come is going to be much closer if it passes You know the the so-called family plan if that passes it'll be much much pared down because that's because the power right now in the democratic party in the senate is mentioned and and and And cinema and those folks and i did she. There's just no way. I can see getting past that now. Okay i'll play the parent in the next segment for people under the age of thirty. I have no idea what michael and i are talking about your sons they get that your kids getting my kids would get it but i made them watch monty python my my my daughter. My daughter is a is a film of the person who is now. I just think just past her six hundred movie that she's watched so she would get it. My i have no idea she could repeat the holy grail. The french and so some key is how do the republicans pronounce last rites on this and i think the way to do it is simply no matter what beltway opinion is the american people. Know a double cross and biden double crossed them within two hours and he's walking it back so they've done like three tries at this wouldn't the best thing be for the president to come out and say i shouldn't have said that as the coach. I'm sorry comeback. Come back with the little black sheep. That's one of the six hundred. Come back and let's try it again. Well i think. I i mean i wasn't pretty obviously the conversations i think. Essentially that's what he did in price it to all of the You know to the mitt romney's into the to the Collinses into the to the the portman. I i think i my my my guess is that those conversations were much more direct than than the public statement that we got and it was much more like. Oh jeez i really screwed this up. I'm so sorry come back. come back though you know. Don't don't go away. We still do this. you know they they didn't quite say that In the statement. Though i will tell you that the story that i wrote in the story are stories that i read another papers. You know pretty much said that. After on saturday after he issued that statement it very much said he screwed up. He said you know he said the quiet part out loud and now he's coming back and you know trying to play cleanup so i think You know.

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"john cleese" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Before we go. I was just really, really show. Here to lead with that you can live with boy. Am I glad you brought her taught her along? Can I go back and sniffer here for a minute factory? All right. Jeff is in Cambridge, his first up. We're casting the sitcom Jeff. Good morning. Good morning. I'm ready for you to talk to you. And I'm glad I get to get a call once in a while. Well, cool. I got, uh, I got a perfect character for Mo Baden. All right. That would be that would be Bob Barker. Bob Barker? Yeah. Bob Barker. I think he's still alive. I don't know if he's still working for sure. But I think he'd make a good double. Wasn't wasn't he? The one who was very ill. Um, that's that's available because I don't really know that. Okay, remember on uh What was that happy Gilmore? You know, he was in that that kind of a comedy. He would he would fit the look alike. Anyway, I thought that Well, if you can play comedy that's a good chance. Uh, you know, he's you're practicing. Come on, man. Alright, Jeff, Thanks for your call. Appreciated 410 wcbm 6 80. Adam is in Pasadena. Adam. Good morning. Good morning, Bruce. I've got a whole cast for you. All right, Take it slow. All right. So for Jennifer Psaki, I'm gonna talk about, um Masaki, I was thinking of Alyson Hannigan, the American Pie girl. Red hair. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah, that'd be great. That would be hilarious. She's good. I mean that. I mean in that role. I can see that. Yeah. Um Kamala Harris would have to be my Rudolph. I think they might be the same person. I'm not. I've never seen them both in the same room so Um For, uh, for Donald Trump. I would say Gary Busey. Both would be great. Alright. Get for like, um You've had a canvas, Ellen? Yes. I was having a hard time with that, But I was kind of thinking I used to Tyler Okay? Yeah, because she's also she has she when she started on T V She came more than it was the soup or something, And she's hilarious. She really is. Right for for Joe Biden. I was thinking. Elizabeth Banks, Elizabeth Banks. Here. I want to make sure we hear you're right. Elizabeth Banks for Joe Biden. Or for Jill for chill, Okay? Yeah. Especially if you brought that the costume she wore in the hunger games. Yes. Okay? And and for Joe was a pasta between Jonathan lives, Gal. Or the Crypt Keepers. Yeah, I like Let's go a lot. Um, Yeah, I've met him. Uh, And, yeah, he could play that. I I still remember the scene in the fish named Wander where he spoke Russian To Jamie Lee Curtis. Uh, that just broke me up. I think I mean, he could certainly pull that off. Brilliant. Yeah. Great Thanks to call and appreciate it for 10 Wcbm 6 82 ft Long distances 1 800 wcbm 6 80 again. Um I don't want to use that really funny tagline. For for for Joe Biden, Mo. Biden whatever going to call him In the dean of the title because I like the tagline con man me because there's so many ways you can do that line. This is me. This is classic. This. I can see him saying that line, You know, it's a It's a It's a moot point. And then Elizabeth, thanks to say a moot point. And most say, Yeah, it's like a like a cow's opinion. Come on, man, and just there's so much. There are so many possibilities here. Darryl's and Arnold Darrell. Good morning. Welcome to the show. Hey, Good morning for the title of the show. Big F in deal. Big F and deal That's a possibility. That was one of our famous quotes for the part of Joe Biden. The wife beater Rita Coolidge. Okay. Thank you for the part of Joe Biden. Jeff Denims, Walter. Okay, The fact that it's a puppet makes it even better. Okay, because you get out Valley chaired or Obama behind the scenes and strength, right? Okay. Got it. Thanks. Daryl. Appreciate the call for 10 Wcbm 6 80 maxes in Virginia. Good morning, Max. Good morning. How you doing? Well, thanks. Out Well for Joe Biden. I think Billy read it. You know, the banjo boy? Oh, yes. Because they're that physical resemblance. Yeah, the kid from Deliverance, Right? Right. I I'm going to stop at that. I don't even I don't even know for the rest of the cast. But I mean, he just that I'm delivering. That's Jill Biden. I always wonder what happened to that kid again. Just like my Rudolph for Camilla Harris. I've never seen the two of them in the same room for right now. He's still alive. You can actually if you Google him, he still plays the same. Orange band you out there? What is his name again? His name is Billy Redden. Yeah, because I mean physically that would be brilliant. Yeah, Alright, Super. Thanks. Appreciate it are 410 wcbm 6 82 Terrell annoys militarily. Good morning. Is this just Republican? I mean Democrats or anybody. Any working actor? Okay. Donald Trump. Donald Trump. Obviously a fat bastard. Okay. What's names? Uh, Austin Powers guy. I can see him down in Mary Lago trying to put his hand under commitments. Okay, Carol, just enough, You know just enough. That's it enough? I just Why do you do that? Truly why do you do that? Just give it up. Take a deep breath. Find a hobby. For Christ sake. Victor is in Rice's Tom. Victor. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. How are you? Well, thanks. You want me to follow that comment? I want you to bring us back from that. I mean, I don't know where the guy does that. I mean, he is He's just he's on a loop. And you know if he takes any opportunity, a light hug opportunity to cast a sitcom, and it's going to turn into an attack on on Donald Trump. And some fashions like, Don't bother calling truly, I was of Bruce, with all due respect at very small technical correction. Jonathan left. I was never in fish called one. But it was John Cleese. Oh, that's please. Yes, You're right. I'm sorry. No, no, no Apologies. Yeah, no, we will make mistakes. Yeah, I know. My wife looks in the mirror and says that to herself all the time, usually right after talking to me. I don't know exactly what she means. But But no, thank you for bringing humor and And civility. What we do our best victor. So who are you going to cast? Oh, no, no, It was not the testing thing. It's not I'm not in the testing business. Okay, goodness, But now we know it was not lift Coast. John Cleese. Alright, Super Thanks, Victor. Appreciate the call for 10 Wcbm 6 80 trophy like distance into 1 800 wcbm 6 80..

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"john cleese" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Okay all right. Who's buying this ship. Oh jesus stupid is that Well the hollywood sign is going to be minted as an nf t again again fucking signed a physical thing whatever Yeah this is the great money. Grab and i mean granted. They're still working through. They haven't quite figured it out yet. they're going to commission an artist to make The nf t. and then sell that and The money will go to the hollywood chamber. Community foundation to eight and local charitable initiatives related to homelessness education diversity and inclusion. Take the money guys take the money. Make that nfc and take the money and do some good with it. I'm fine with that now. Correct me if i'm wrong. Jason but you and i could just say go hiking at runyon tomorrow in. Take a photo of the hollywood sign and go ahead and meant that is nasty. I don't know how that works with the copyright law with that since somebody owns the sign but since it in route like i. I'm pretty sure you have to pay a licensing fee interesting. Yeah i was out on the street tomorrow and somebody took a photo of me and wanted to put that as an nfc. They could interesting. Think you could sue. Maybe maybe not. If you're out in public people can take photos you can. they not. Yeah but you can't monetize it so you have to have a release for that. So yeah that's why we're used to carry a real leader. Everybody that's doing it. Fte's following all the loss. I know isn't that great. Isn't that great. And yeah. I mean if we're selling the hollywood sign i got. I got the brooklyn bridge to sell you. John cleese already covered that jason. Dammit john he drew a picture of the brooklyn bridge and sold it. That was his big joke. A couple of weeks back it sold for just under eighteen theory and whatever the fuck that was worth the time i was worth one thousand nine hundred and seventy seven dollars and twenty eight cents on april first. So he grossed thirty five thousand one hundred and fifty eight dollars and eighty one cents and for all the work that he put it in. That seems kinda low compared to what his day rate probably is and why didn't he do in an fte. A dead parrot will. You'd have to get the rest of the crew involved in. You probably didn't want to split the money. He's greedy that way. I'm guessing and i can't believe we miss this. One digital horses are the talk of the crypto world. Okay now yeah. Whatever like know crypto kitties and all that stuff and these are called breathing and. Fte's i i.

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"john cleese" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"john cleese" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

"No man so now standard side worthy adversaries but a scratch. Scratch your arms off. What's that other word on. Yeah pansy day. Do john cleese st it. So don't don't houston. Historian omitted some not fight and ishmael thing. More diverse facets hottest since volatile. What devos's moral have ought to jon allen on sin pflueger onto inaudible in europe. One day you said button. I you do here going to who the apple so few open up. What the themes factors squad you or these on screen. You know south. I've automobile i arm and arm and will be an all-star school line cow you do. There are various what the common in film and also the nfl scheduled the scenario inte- davila the other but he's not dead. I'm feeling better. I'm recovery after Head today. John cleese character. Lancelot to diane domino when spitting a little walking for value. Going muncie a clip laying laying out. Was that cui sale. Scarpa the look but well how goldman produce give thirsty browns thoughts about a spirit. It didn't enormous toll on spice list the search still t to tell someone to toward that none of us are feeling. We'll take it to feel poor salt eaten onslaught target. Doom has zlatan into creating new embiid. Mahato don't kick dot to hat go. Dr nicole marta. Von sky our beckmann show today for divall banded iphone here see him national unless stance so and he'll be more committee near the him. Damian molina fake or san antonio. that's poor my playoff. So if he's collect voice lot here. I feel mentally and some feel mayfield. All your fiesta. Also mueller stadium in false a female from only giving plus losses for having kids and adults. Thank you frans manasota. King arthur them before my own cleese the number style coup to get your poem leapt over the top. Dial get quick through written hardly hanser robinson hasn't had a robot bomb say some lion.

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"john cleese" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"Star wars. What was mistaken for a small moon number. Two which veteran actors final role was as the elderly slave dealer antonius proxima in ridley scott's gladiator number three. What is the first. And incidentally the second rule of fight club number four which of the following actors did not make an appearance in the harry potter film series. Was it a stephen fry. Be kenneth branagh will see john cleese number five which pop icons starred in the nineteen eighty eight film moonwalk round two is around the world number. Six which s. state is known as the blue hen state number seven which river flows over. The victoria falls number eight. What's the capital of. Tasmania number nine. What's the unit of currency in poland number ten which city in turkey shares. Its name with a comic book superhero Round three is today's general knowledge. Round number eleven. Jack dorsey is the founder and ceo of which social media platform number twelve in minutes. How long is a game of rugby league number thirteen. According to the song frosty the snowman is a made from coal. But what is his nose made of number fourteen. Where the shoe would you find the aglet s- a number fifteen if television is on sale at six hundred and thirty pounds following a thirty percent discount. What was its original price round. Four is the sport round number sixteen which rugby team play their home games at six way. Stadium seventeen including the white or q bowl. How many balls are on a sneaky table at the start of a frame number eighteen. The new orleans pelicans and denver nuggets play which sport the mid nineteen and which sport is the wanamaker trophy awarded number twenty known as a perfect game. What is the highest possible. Score in the frame of ten pin bowling.

"john cleese" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"john cleese" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

"Derek who the fuck is derrick. Derrick is a ship derek. one of the other humans in the party see useful at all. He's this kind series older dude. He worked with a he worked with torrents. The inventor who the guy that had the really fun mace. So he's been around with rhubarb and reuben. Emmy for a minute. He's along on this. He's kinda your your tech guy so to speak he's our q. Yeah to bring it back to james bond for the first five and a few sessions. Yeah he's cute junior. Let's get that out of the way. He's john cleese cue that no one remembers her lights. Oh yeah he's our good one. Hardy are har- are the second queue. So he's cubed if you will. He pulled away like in a rapid way that we couldn't like try to help. He is being pulled into the woods. She is being disarmed by the vines. Now see guys. This thing is getting way more aggressive. We need to fucking this as he as he starts talking. I'm just gonna to jump for derek enough time to converse. Gotta grab this guy. Get the fuck out on what do i. What am i gonna do to those vines. I have nothing that can stop them. I don't have the strength. i mean you're the other one played killer. You're the only one who can stop them. We talking to a limited number of doses. I don't wanna use it on people that aren't made a wasted on derek. Yes everyone up. Two zero does but if i need another dose for myself you have re doses total after you finish that second potion so i i was operating under the assumption. I hadn't finished yet. never mind yeah have enough. I'll use it. Wanted to spare fucking old ass. If i only had two total one's not gonna use it on other people by five. They can get some now so you want to go ahead and romi Opposed agility as you're throwing this on the plant creature. There's a way that i can help him. But i still want if you're going for derek. Anyway i'm going to try to grab derek. The plants ability to pull him. You can roll. Roll opposed agility to try and get on in there and grabbed him. So i'll just use the same role for all. This exploded this time. So i don't have to have eleven agility or one for fuxing that's how it goes to twenty seven. I have a twenty six. You are good. So essentially what happens is any kind of darts forward and grabs derek and manages to kind of hold him just with the weight of like well with the general speed in which he catches him just giving him enough time. Where blair throws dose of the potion on burns through ended manages to stange the vine again separating him from the vine tight like derrick. Oh oh okay. We should probably move through this faster.

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"john cleese" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"john cleese" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This great design across South Asia. There's only one opening in it is a place called Wagar, WHDH. And I commend anyone curious to go to YouTube and watch the closing of the gates ceremony. Each night at sundown, you would align painted across the road. He's enormous iron gates. On either side of the line. The tallest soldiers that India and Pakistan Pakistan can master marching towards each other with astonishing ferocity and doing sort of John Cleese. Industry of civil silly walks. Faces at each other until they're bristling nose to nose. Mustache mustache. They shake hands slam the gates shut on guard. The borders closed from another night, but it's utterly bizarre. And all to blame for the blame off the British and this poor man to read lips. It's a sort of story that you find in Simon Winchester's books, including land and You. You conclude, in a way that you would like to see more land communes than private ownership. How now you're Proud American of landowner. How do you ever see that happening? Well, it's happening not in the village. Find it in here in the Berkshires, and I apologize, Steve not being here when you came out of this, and you're out. But the next village new marker in the village after that, Monterey they both have set up. Land community land organizations and they say to the Villagers. Look when you pass on If you own 500 acres, why not give some of it or most of it even to us, so we'll guarantee that in perpetuity No one will build on it. And it'll be there is Forest Park land or whatever forever and it'll be a big indication of your generosity and your feeling that the land is something to be preserved rather than to be turned into. In the housing estates, and a surprisingly large number of people are doing it. And so in from onto Massachusetts and parts of New York in Oregon and Washington, you're getting a number of these land associations. The idea of community land is growing in this country, and so not everyone is quite as rapacious is the big landowners that I mentioned at the beginning. Right, Simon, go get your snow shovel out and get a head start on it. It's better to start early than the way You're right. There's this pleasure talking to you. I hope we can talk again soon. We do to keep healthy. Keep well and thank you. Same to you. Simon Winchester, the great World writer. The latest book is called Land. But he wrote a book called The Atlantic Where he just He didn't travel specifically, but he spun around the Atlantic to the different countries and What we learned about the inside and then the the Pacific. Some great books. Great reads. You learned a lot, but it's a great storyteller as well. Simon Winchester latest book is called Land. All Right, Let's take one last. Listen to Henry Aaron, who passed away today at the age of 86 little Bit more now from the day he was inaugurated into the Baseball Hall of Fame. I feel a great sense of humility, gratitude and appreciation for this day. Forwarded to means to me and my family. I'm extremely proud to be joining a group of men who performed on the baseball field epitomize the highest and the best professional athletics. I'm pleased to be joining them in the company of Travis Jackson. Happened.

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11 Trivia Questions on Spinach

Trivia With Budds

03:45 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions on Spinach

"Right we are replacing spinach in key words in famous titles of books and movies and things like that phrases. Let's see how you do number one Charlie and the Spinach factory number one charlie and the spinach factory number one. Number two, the spinach of wrath number two, the spinach of Wrath. Number three, James and the giant spinach. Number three James and the giant spinach. Number four, a fish called spinach number four, a fish called spinach. Number five signed sealed spinach number five signed sealed spinach. Number six, the hunt for Red Spinach number six, the hunt for Red Spinach. Number seven goodbye yellow brick spinach number seven, goodbye yellow brick spinach. Number eight spinach on the COB number eight spinach on the COB. Number Nine Little Spinach Arkansas number nine. Little Spinach. Arkansas. And Number Ten Toronto Maple Spinach number. Ten Toronto Maple Spinach. And number eleven is a slogan this spinach for you this spinach for you. Those are all your ridiculous questions where he replaced the word spinach hopefully figure all out and they had some fun playing this with your kids or some elderly folks in your life. We'll be right back in just a second with the replace spinach answers. All, right here we go. Guys number one replacing that word spinach with a keyword or vice versa you know what I meant. Here's number one Charlie and the spinach factory was Charlie and the chocolate factory number one charlie and the chocolate factory number two the spinach of wrath was the famous book. The Grapes of Wrath number two, the Grapes of Wrath. Number three James and the giant spinach we replace spinach with Peach James and the giant peach another row book. Number four, a fish called spinach. Just watch this the other night HBO Max. It's Wanda. Fish called. Wanda. Great movie written by British Comedian and actor John cleese. Number five signed sealed spinach is signed sealed delivered. That is a hit song signed sealed delivered. Number six, the hunt for red. Spinach is the hunt for red. October number six although I guess you could maybe be hunting for red spinach it like whole foods or something number seven, goodbye yellow brick spinach was goodbye yellow brick road by Elton John another hit song. Number eight spinach on the COB is a nice easy one corn on the COB instead of corn on the COB, we had spinach in the COB that would be pretty gross number nine little? Spinach Arkansas is Little Rock Arkansas the capital of Arkansas and number ten Toronto Maple Spinach. The Toronto Maple leafs NHL team. For Two points this spinach for you. That was this Bud's for you a slogan from Budweiser and sort of a play on the name of this show Trivia with buds. That was my first sticker ever as a comedian in two thousand six had my my space address on it and it was me pointing on a beer bottle and it said this Bud's for you but it was spelled. With my last name is cheesy as you can imagine.

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Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

Your Brain on Facts

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food

"Dating back at least the seventeen hundreds people of Europe drank natural mineral water believed to cure of variety of illnesses like gallstones scurvy. Even bathing from these natural springs was seen as therapeutic. People literally went for the waters, though that freezes only hanging on its fingernails through the expression I'm not here for the water's usually set of someplace. You don't want to be like work. Many people tried to sell the water off site, but packaging and transportation at the time were prohibitively difficult and expensive, so they went with the next best thing. They'd manufacture their own water. Fine I'll make my own mineral water with blackjack and hookers. Most y'all are confused, but one person just snorted coffee through their nose. Mark my words. In seventeen sixty seven British chemist Joseph priestley tried carbonated water as you would beer by fermentation with yeast. The results were weak, but they worked in seventeen, seventy two. He published a paper entitled impregnating water with Fixed Air. priestley's apparatus, which featured a bladder between the generator and the absorption tank to regulate the flow of carbon dioxide was soon joined by a wide range of variants. However, it wasn't until seventeen eighty one that carbonated water could be produced on a large enough scale with the establishment of companies specializing in producing artificial mineral water. Others improved on Priestley's work, and while he did get respect from the scientific community, he didn't make anything for the invention that made possible a four hundred billion dollar a year industry. American, Inventor John Matthews designed a Soda Fountain that Could Produce Enough carbonated water for all his customers all day in eighteen, thirty, two, leading to the opening of the First Soda Fountain. In Their Heyday Soda Fountains were elaborately decorated places for rejuvenation more like a walk-through health retreat a snack counter and they were usually found in pharmacies. Pharmacists already used sweet tasting flavor syrups like lemon lime to mask the taste of bitter medicines like Quinine, an iron liquid medicine, being the standard form time rather than pills. At some sparkling water and you've got something new on your hands. Sas Parrilla for example was used to treat syphilis, supposedly and phosphoric acid and ingredient in most colas was thought to help with hypertension. The oldest major soft drink America Dr Pepper was created by Pharmacist Charles Alderson in eighteen, eighty, five and marketed as an energy, drink and brain tonic. Soda, the Effervescent News Hadn't medicine. We might be frustrated by. It takes a new medication to get to the market or top of mine a new vaccine, but it beats the old way of doing things at least from the consumer side from the manufacturer's side. The late nineteenth century, the era of the patent medicine was the best time to be alive. You could put anything you wanted in a bottle and call it medicine. You could still go around calling yourself doctor without having to prove it. Mix Up some tap water. Whatever's handy something bitter to make? It tastes like medicine, and then something sweet, so it's not too bitter, and of course if you can booze and hard drugs. Have Pretty printed with filigree and vague, sometimes contradictory claims and watch the money roll in. Behold the age of the patent medicine. Patent medicines are named after the letters patent probably letters patent since it was granted by the English crown. The first letters patent given to an inventor of a secret remedy was issued in the late seventeenth century. The patent granted the medicine maker a monopoly on his particular formula. The term patient medicine came to describe all prepackaged medicine sold over the counter without a doctor's prescription early English patent medicines sold like Jordan's in the colonies like dice Dr Bateman drops, whose original patent was granted by King George, the I in seventeen, twenty six, and was still available into the twentieth century. Not About to let the Brits make off with all the Lucre America began to cultivate their own patent medicines, an industry that boomed in the decades leading up to the civil war in the US very few patent medicines actually had a patent. You could get yourself a bottle. Love hosters celebrated stomach. Bidders Phero China John cleese Kella CEO. Bark and iron tonic reaches embrocations Emerson's Rheumatic Cure. Brooks's Barefoot Appointment SP Goff's magic oil, ligament or something just called salvation oil patent medicine actually played its own small part in the war. The government tax their sale along with the sales of matches, playing cards perfumes at L. to fund the war effort and repay military debt. Just like cigarettes today, patent medicines had to have a tax stamp on them for decades. Thirty years after the civil war, the government returned to Patent Medicine Taxation to fund the Spanish American war, which ran from eighteen, ninety eight to nineteen o two using a distinctive battleship stamp. The second half of the nineteenth century with the rapid growth of industrialization and populations in American cities was a high point for such hokum. Literacy was also improving with meant that they were more magazines and newspapers for patent medicine makers to advertise in and more people who could actually read the ads. There was also a pervasive and widespread distrust for medicine of the day. This was the era of heroic, medicine. Doctors went to extremes like bloodletting and purgatory gives to cure disease. We. Know now that making it already sick person poop their brains out or cutting them with a blade that you didn't know you needed to wash between. Patience is a bad idea, but back then it was no pun intended cutting edge stuff.

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11 Trivia Questions on British TV Comedies

Trivia With Budds

05:51 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions on British TV Comedies

"All right guys British comedies number one. What is unique about Mr Bean's car number one what is unique about Mr Bean's car number one. Number two. What shows theme song is Flagpole Sitta by Harvey Danger Number? Two, what shows theme song is Flagpole? Sit Up by Harvey Danger. And question number three. What is the profession of Steven Toast on the show toast of London number three. What is the profession of Steven Toast on toast of London? Number Four, what is Ricky Jehovah's Characters first and last name on the office number four. What is ricky vases characters first and last name on the office number four. Number five fawlty towers takes place in what kind of building number five the show fawlty towers takes place in what kind of building number five. And number six. What actor played the main character on the show spaced number six. What actor played the main character on the show space? Question number seven. What show is represented by the acronym N D! Like the word find without the I number seven. What show is represented by the acronym? F N. D.. Number Eight? What is the most uttered solution to a computer problem on the IT crowd number eight. What is the most uttered solution to a computer problem on the IT number eight? Number nine. How many main friends make up the inbetween irs number nine on the show the in between how many main friends make up the inbetween owners number nine. Question number ten. WHAT AMERICAN SITCOM! Star plays himself on the show episodes number ten. What American Sitcom Star plays himself on episodes number ten. And the bonus for two points the show, are you being served? Takes Place at blank brothers department store for two points the show. Are you being served? Takes Place at blank brothers department store. Those are all your questions for British comedies. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to British comedies around on all of my favorite shows I've seen all the shows that I've asked questions about here and love them quite a bit. Let's see how you did on this round number one. What is unique about Mr Bean's car? It has three wheels. That's right. It's a three wheeled little. Volkswagen looking car number one three wheels on Mr Bean's car. At one point, he tried to drive the car from sitting in a recliner on top of it with different brooms and roped up. It's pretty ridiculous number two. What shows theme song as Flagpole? Sitter by Harvey Danger, that is peep. Show my top three. Three a TV shows of all time number two peepshow flagpole sitter Harvey Danger Great Song. Number three. What's the profession of Steven Toast on toast of London. He is a working actor kind of washed up in in a lot of stuff going on a lot of auditions, the voice over auditions are some of the best on toast of London. If you haven't seen this show, watch it I've seen it like four times number four. What is ricky surveys characters first and last name on the office? David Brent Number Four David Brent I'm actually not a huge fan of the British office in comparison to the American office which I love quite a bit. I like the British office, but it's not when I go back and watch over and over again number five fawlty towers takes place, and what kind of building a hotel crazy ask hotel number five fawlty towers, John Cleese, who is hilarious number six? What actor played the main character on spaced? That was Simon Pegg amongst other great actors and actresses. On this show. You should go back and watch space if you can. It's great number seven. What show is represented by the acronym? FMD D. Friday night dinner with some of the characters from the in between years number seven Friday night. Night dinner number. What is the most uttered solution to a computer problem on the IT crowd, turned it off and turn it back on again which I tell, every elder that reaches out to me like my mom or grandma, or GRANDPA who are like. How do I fix this? I'm like turn it off and non again and that it always fixes it so I stole that from the it crowd, and it just works most the time number nine. How many main friends make the in between four four main friends on the in irs and man, the dialogue with these guys? Ripping on each other is very similar to. How I grew up with my friends on the south side of Chicago, just really busting balls left and right number ten. What American Sitcom Star plays himself on episodes. That's Matt. Leblanc, Joey, from friends or Joey from Joey. If you remember that spinoff number ten, a Matt Leblanc and that's a good show, too, and for two points to the show, are you being served? Takes Place at the Grace Brothers Department Store Grace Brothers that was a tough one grace, brothers and there guys those are all. All of your answers British comedies I'll be at fun playing along and maybe laughing about some of your favorite moments moments in these TV shows histories,

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Monty Python star Terry Jones dies aged 77

Doug Stephan

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Monty Python star Terry Jones dies aged 77

"So speaking of Terry Jones member a Monty Python he was one of the co founders these people are funny this they define for me anyway what's funny and they're vulgar her up but in the end Terry Jones in live three or four others either in this John Cleese Michael Pailin Neier Eric idle my god he's the funniest son of a gun I think I've ever been around in my life just a he spent a whole morning with me on the year one day have three hours with his guitar in the studio we had a bleep every other for instance every thing they save a has a straight face he just looks are what do you what's the problem they can move and these guys were all like that sherry he's only seventy seven been battling dementia for a quite a long time so he was on Monty Python and the holy grail is in the TV show in the movies the wife of Brian have body had dementia for the last four years or so at his wife and his children have the put out a statement saying quote we have all lost a kind funny warm creative and truly loving man who's uncompromising individuality that's it what a wonderful way of putting the fact these guys are

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Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at the age of 77

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at the age of 77

"Jerry Jones the much loved member of the comedy troupe is died at the age of seventy seven in a statement his family says he died after a long extremely brave but all was good humored battle with a rare form of dementia with Eric idle John Cleese Michael Pailin Graham Chapman and Terry Gilliam Jones form the group was a market humor helped revolutionize

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Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at 77

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at 77

"I'm not completely different I'm not going to main site in more fifty years ago Eric idle John Cleese Michael Palin Graham Chapman and Terry Gilliam along with Terry Jones full Monty python's flying circus the ensemble's unagi Cuba proceeded to truly revolutionize British comedy Jones is agent says he died Tuesday evening the family adding off to a long brave little was good humored battle with a rare form of dementia as well as a small screen legend Jones made films including Monty Python and the holy grail and life of Brian and he wrote books and poems I'm Charles de Ledesma

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John Cleese, London And Mayor Khan discussed on Steve Scaffidi

Steve Scaffidi

01:19 min | 4 years ago

John Cleese, London And Mayor Khan discussed on Steve Scaffidi

"I saw this story yesterday actually today's ago, and it has to do with comedian John Cleese, and if your member, John Cleese movie star Monty, python comedian just a great smart. Some people call him. Visionary comically got himself in trouble eight years ago with some comments about London his hometown. And it had to do with what he thought was changing in the capital city in the UK there. Any comments that called? It's a calmer. This is going back to his childhood, a calmer, more polite. Mar humorous less, tabloid less money oriented community than exists now. He also said some things about and he didn't couch it in the of diversity. He said this on Twitter, some years ago. I find that London was not really an English Sudi anymore. Says, then virtually all my friends from abroad of confirm my observations. So there must be some truth in it. Now, the mayor of London. Mr. Khan, I I'm trying to find his Saudi con. Mayor Khan said this about John cleese's, comments Londoners know that our diversity is our greatest strength. We are proud the English capital and a European city in a global hub.

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