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Trump authorizes declassification of all Russia collusion
"The top story. President Trump has authorized declassification of all Russian collusion. Hillary Clinton email investigation documents and the director of national intelligence is intelligence rather Has declassified John Brennan notes. The CIA memo on on Hillary Clinton. Stirring up the scandal between The trump in Russia and the whole nine yards, But I didn't I didn't wanna lead off today. The Justice Department just announced a press conference today. At 11 A.m. on a matter of national security. What could that be? What could that possibly be? We don't know. They haven't told us Apparently the FBI director Chris Ray. An assistant attorney General John Denver's They're gonna be holding a press conference saying that Chris Reyes involved it probably isn't good news.
Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98
"And legendary comic actor and writer Carl Reiner has died. Reiner was among the writers on Sid Caesar's legendary show of shows in the fifties. Along with Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. He gained famous the creator of the Dick Van Dyke Show, and as the Straight Man to Mel Brooks is 2000 year old man character. He directed the films Oh God, starring George Burns and John Denver. All of me with Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin and the 1970 copy of comedy Where's Papa? He also authored several books, including Enter Laughing, An autobiographical novel and My Anecdotal Life. A memoir. Rocks native Carl Reiner was 98
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"john denver" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Crosby stared. Gwen whispered Clark dragged deeper on a cigarette along single ash protruded from its tip bending slightly at its edge to being down toward the roundtable they crammed around John. The slight trembled to the table. He heard the hootenanny in the next room more some more and then big bad bangs clanging violently in succession. It filled up. A census shotgun blast for discharges from the rifle. John couldn't be sure he tried to shake it off. Crosby stared some more. John couldn't look away crosby's Chin began to quiver his eyes harden the edges of his face. Quake this whole head started to shake the hootenanny turn to hellfire more shots last. John Swore on the corner of his eye. Those weren't peanut shells. They were shotgun shells the sound they made when they hit the floor unmistakable. They sizzled from the emanating. John was sweating. The coeds panting. The sweat dripping Tropicana skin dripping with the honeysuckle dripping down Holland. Sticky sweet crosby deadlocked. John's is John wanted nothing more than look away in the room closed in. It was just the two of them around the table. Now enveloped by heat darkness in the throbbing sounds of the Hootenanny Hellfire from the other room. Now intermixed with the sounds of John. Philip Sousa like marching band all cacophony chaos tracking the room crosby's Chins started to quiver his chiefs begin to shake with even more ferocity. His eyes rolled back into his sockets pure blackness. His head begin rattling back and forth. I decided the most violent horrific in human motion you could imagine crosby was assessed wasn't human. She wasn't this world. John was petrified. Shock dead still catatonic blacked out. When John opened his eyes he was back home. Fort Worth Texas. He was boy again outdoors where he was most comfortable with his dad and military man enjoying a rare day off ever since the incident in Roswell the one John's dad never spoken to anyone ever. The military had made much use of his unique talent. He made lieutenant colonel. The Air Force kept him busy. He was a test pilot one of the best. He not only knew his way around a cockpit he also knew his way around a rifle or when it came to shooting. Dutch storage and Dwarf was nothing next to his fourteen year. Old Son John who seemed pretty naturally designed to shoot kit anything. He issued a straw a camel's back in one thousand yards. He could shoot a nap at the end of a country mile when it came to scope math. He could judge distancing crunch sniper directory formula and his head like a human calculator. The formula solution was always the same dead center. John Denver was a sure shot through us for him. When his I had the scope there was nothing else. It wasn't even like he had to concentrate. The whole world just fell away. It was more feeling than anything else. There was form of course lock on target. Load the chamber just rifle up from line of sight and proportional to distance from target re lock on target. Take the shot. And when he pulled the trigger he knew he absolutely knew he was going to hit his mark. He never missed. He couldn't Miss John. Denver opened his eyes again. The bright lights backstage dressing room jarred him jerked away from his blackout dream. Rapidly he snapped to there was a show to do not just any show a television show his own television show. John Denver's Rocky Mountain Christmas a variety special with guests Steve Martin and Olivia Newton John Cozy as a mountainside fireplace winter and the ABC networks highest rated program of nine thousand nine hundred seventy five sixty million viewers roughly one in every four Americans would watch a downright astounding audience size and it was a surprise to pretty much no one because that's how famous John Denver was at the time. Long gone were the days of lead betters. David Crosby by nineteen seventy five a mere ten years later. John Denver had taken his safe middle. American environmentally conscious crossover folk and turned himself into one of the biggest stars on the planet selling more records in that year and having more hit records than any other artists Billboard magazine named him best top singles artists best overall pop artists Best Easy. Listening artists in crowd is album wind song. Best Country Album Newsday in nineteen seventy five set of John Denver. What Frank Sinatra was to the forties Elvis Presley to the fifties and the Beatles to the sixties? John Denver is to the seventies a phenomenon. John took to the stage. The Bank of Fresno Lights gave off a familiar heat. He gave out it is made for. Tv Studio. Audience smiled slightly clutched his Acoustic Guitar and launched into a Song Aspen Colo. in-between the tender strums of his acoustic. The subtle root notes the bass and high fills the piano. John could hear another sound a sound. That was available. Only him sounded like fear and guilt and shame all rolled into one. It sounded familiar. It sounded like the crackle enroll spent bullets hitting the ground.
"john denver" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Henry. John Deutch and Dora. Junior was making his way peacefully through the din of lead betters. Nine hundred sixty four Los Angeles. The folk scene was blooming on the West Coast. Ucla College kids filled the small club with their optimism. In cigarette smoke. Whatever citizen there was it was imported by way of the East Coast. Greenwich Village Out here Jagged Street smarts and socialist ideals left over from the earlier part of the century characteristics that impart defined New York. City's folks seemed to touch too serious a SMIDGE TO REAL LA in one thousand nine hundred sixty four that peaceful easy feeling if flow down from the canyons through the honeysuckle slick mulholland permeated the streets of Hollywood. In coursed through the Hippie counterculture. Taking root of places like lead betters in Doug. West Troubadour Ledbetter is backed Room Aka the back porch swinging doors peanut shells on the floor beer and only beer behind the bar and a stage. The welcomed aspiring folk singers as a basic training of sorts before graduating to the main stage in the main. This is where John is his friends. Call Him Henry John Deutch. Indoor junior the man who would take the stage name John Denver and eventually become one of the biggest pop stars of the nineteen seventies worked out his craft. He sang well had a knack for Melody. He could play well enough. He wasn't special. But still you couldn't take your eyes off. There was something so appealing so safe about him. You wanted to put him in your pocket and take them home with you. Sandy bowl cut kind along. Not Really. He'd recently replaced his black buddy. Holly frames more focus round. Granny glasses he sang about well. Nothing all that interesting. But he hit all the right notes literally and figuratively. He had the requisite amount of folksongs down lead belly. Phil Cindy did his best with the occasional dylan cover. But mostly he found Dylan songs too edgy for to get across with any real conviction lately. He like every other aspiring folk. Rock pop musician on the planet was taken by the Beatles and Jonathan Prepa version of Paul McCartney's and I love her to take to the stage the Beatles were all the rage the first quote unquote pop group to dominate. The charts in America was obsessed including most everyone in. La's early folksy a couple of lead betters regular folksingers for making noise about teaming up and starting their own folk group L. A.'s. Answer to the Beatles. They're going to call themselves the birds and they have their sights on John Denver to join their ranks. Well all the one of them anyway. One Future member of the birds had his doubts. David Crosby do not share Roger Moore. Quinn's or Gene Clark's enthusiasm for John Denver. They were sitting at one of the tables at lead betters. After John's short set earlier in the night crosby mcguigan Clark John and a couple of coeds from UCLA crosby was on a tear drinking smoking. Reefer also getting up to God knows what else in between he had one eye on Co eds and the other on John and John was playing it cool trying to impress what he hoped were as soon to be bandmates with his knowledge of the Beatles the way they wrote songs how they work their craft and dingy clubs just like this one slinging covers before bringing their original songs into the studio sort of like what he himself was doing crosby was buying. It balked that we're ready now. Slamming his hand down on the table. Johnson agree but said nothing. He was too nervous too. Polite to insecure crosby went on songs are in their man. Doesn't make no difference if you write him or not. I could go in the studio tomorrow and knock out a hit as big as anything the Beatles of done in America and it don't matter if I read the mailman does Roger. Gwen shifted uncomfortably in his chair. Gene Clark pulled on cigarette nonchalant. John Smiled awkwardly and summoned the courage to protest. Come on David get really mean that. Do you the fuck. I don't crosby snap back out of the girls were shocked and so was John. He recoiled and just stared at crosby. The fuck are you looking at me? Boy Again Johnson. Nothing Awin leaned over to David and whispered something tried to calm him down. John suddenly felt dizzy. Felt the cigarette. Smoke hanging in the air start to thicken heard the stringed instruments from the main stage in the adjacent room. More crosby to stare to John. John couldn't take his eyes off of the Choas next to him. Suddenly radiated ten he fucking sauna and their sudden. John Swore you could hear the peanut shells on the floor. Sizzling.
"john denver" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"john denver" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yeah well it really it's not if it's well yeah Netflix behave better give this is I can't believe Walmart has not made a movie out of this honestly don't have any ideas what you think there is one at the end of the if she's getting the shoes for the dye delayed likely the insurgent half the coffin open the open the whole coffin well you got to you got to rebuild the yeah but that her lover go under the whole are there any other sandwich getting one could I don't know I think I think much more sadness you know just well Sir I well John Denver ads well that's pretty good yeah yeah say please yeah yeah we got it we have to because this is one of the top awful songs of all time he's dead dead in the when I the we he just last year gold is does this have a happy ending up for good I don't think it's over you know the least not in the sun is probably drinking more after listening yes please we yeah this country get back they don't charge a few times and that the country stations to play this the other version yeah there are other people have done so only as Darius Rucker that be a good guess it is covered this one aided marshmallow world okay let's talk about marshmallow world.
"john denver" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You Bob Denver whose Gilligan John Denver's too you know John Denver he didn't John Denver Bob is Gilligan yeah that's right yeah yeah George burns is still alive yes but I can't hello I was never had shot dead yeah John not a fan of never could find the way I was I was not a Gilligan's island family what I would what I would come home last told you to watch certain shows and when Gilligan's island Aimar or Marianne and that that part of like I guess when I became a an adolescent I did watch that it in doses when they would come on the screen but overall I thought it was kind of overrated there's no rate after after school so I skipped it John Denver Polish desert all that said sorry was killing us of dumb and dumber they made the wrong turn in their Nebraska Denver's hello third Nebraska right now that motorcycle of those classic all right Taurus more we'll we'll play that Fauria any anything we need to do to a preface this will put that kind of next terrorist Morris coming up next looking for that I think the interview will be self contained don't do it right before we we talked and I will do that and then will have the caboose pistol there is a gaggle of things gaggle who's a gaggle I'm glad you like they were good I don't know how many gaggle but there's at least five stories we have to get two plus we can play the Bella check it's gonna be a worse halftime interview I've ever heard in my life like right when the guy has a question ago no that's not gonna work how well did you see you again Josh Gordon was like what do you do the auto that you're talking to bill Belichick no so put that as part of this that could have actually are these or the other.
Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues
"Story, but Julian Assange you remember the WikiLeaks founder. Well, there's new charges filed against him United States charging that he violated the espionage act by publishing secret documents that contain the names of confidential military, and diplomatic sources charges say Assange, damaged national security by publishing documents that harm the US and its allies and aided adversaries. So you remember WikiLeaks back in two thousand ten they published large caches of US military and diplomatic documents of first leaked by now. Chelsea Manning astonished currently jailed in the UK for skipping bail after his years long asylum in Ecuador's embassy in London that was revoked last month. The new charges raise first amendment issues. Concerned that journalists who publish classified information could also be targeted reporters committee for freedom of the press. They call the case, a quote, dire threat to media freedom, but assistant Attorney General John Denver's said, Julian Assange is no journalist, no responsible actor journalist, or otherwise would purposely publish the names of individuals that he or she knew to become potential human sources in war zones, exposing them to the gravest
North Korea, Kim Jong Hoon And President Trump discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Is that North Korea is back in the missile business. According to US news and World Report North Korea on Thursday launch eight launch to short range missiles, marking the second weapons test in less than a week and further training US led efforts for denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. The South Korean joint chiefs of staff announced the launch and a statement saying the missiles were fired from the northwest city of couse, oh and traveled roughly two hundred and sixty miles to the east. There can go shares are currently in South Korea for discussions on how to break the impasse following too high level summits between President Donald Trump in North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN that failed to secure any lasting changes launch comes less than a week. After North Korea fired several short-range missiles on Saturday was the first weapons test since November twenty seventeen Trump has previously cited North Korea's lull in missile nuclear test as evidence that his outreach to the hermit kingdom was proving successful North Korea's ministry afford affairs defended Saturdays. Launch as a routine and self-defensive military drill. Analysts had the missile trajectory and the distance traveled. We're not indicative of ballistic weapons, none of the White House Trump immediately commented on the launch on Thursday. The president tweeted shortly after the Saturday. We'll let you believe Kim quote realizes the great economic potential of North Korea and will do nothing to interfere ended. Adding he also knows within and does not want to break his promise to me. Now, I have always been super skeptical of President Trump's personal approach to diplomacy with Kim Jong Hoon. I really don't believe that the president just by making. Is it Kim Jong Hoon is somehow going to convince them to give up his nuclear weapons, which after all are the only reason it can juggle it still in power. What we have is an intractable situation, which the only thing we want from Kim Jong Hoon is the only thing he will never be willing to give because it's the only thing that prevents him from being taken out. If all Kim Jong Hoon had where conventional weapons there'd be a serious move for regime change in North Korea with nuclear weapons makes it very difficult to talk about regime change, and so Kim is going to act out and he's going to lash out and he's going to get concessions from the west. He's been doing this for for ten years. He's been doing this as long as before before him his father. Did this Kim Jong Il did this loan before Kim Jong food and his father did it before him hills? Some did it before that. So we have long records of North Korean leadership manipulating the western media manipulating western leaders by supposedly getting violence, and then backing off just in time to receive some sort of subsidy from the west the only thing that can really be done in North Korea is to contain them militarily and to pressure China to do something to topple the regime or prepare some sort of. Move inside the military to get rid of Kim Jong Hoon very difficult to do that. When there's very little access to North Korea itself. But the notion that President Trump had broken the impasse that some great breakthrough had happened that Kim Jong had decided to rejoin the world simply because Trump asked him to that. I always thought that was foolish. I thought it was also dangerous because Kim Jong Il had been legitimised on the international stage by the president of the United States seeing the North Korean flags giant gulag states in the North Korean flag flying alongside the American flag in negotiations when we're not talking about an existential threat to the United States like the USSR negotiate with the USSR because you have to negotiate with USSR not because you want to negotiate with the USSR necessarily Kim Jong Hoon wants to be seen as an as an international power player, particularly domestically. So he's not threatened by his own military. That was a mistake for President Trump to grant him all that credibility. And of course, there's been controversy over the handling of outta warmbier and all the rest, Kim traveled to eastern Russia. Just last month to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss how the two countries could cooperate representing their first face-to-face meeting in North Korean leader's first trip to the country in almost a decade. That is probably not a coincidence that he met with Russia, and then started firing missiles again, I'm sure they've led Putin is all too happy to have North Korea threatening America from afar. Kim in Trump's meeting in Vietnam in February ends at an impasse. Because America insisted that North Korea denuclearize killing gangs mandated that the us provide sanctions relief. I earlier this week. The Pentagon announced it had ceased efforts to recover the remains of American war dead citing an inability to contact their North Korean counterparts. You will recall that President Trump had touted that it said that the big results from this meeting is that America's Korean war dead were coming home. Apparently that was not true. Then a phone call on Tuesday following the Saturday launch from purportedly encouraged South Korean president moon Jae in to continue providing food aid to the north a crisis, both South Korea, and the United States Pyongyang has manufactured saying it's timely, and we'll be a positive move. It is unclear why we want to continue sending food aid to North Korea. When the entire crisis is manufactured by the governments and their goal in having shipments. Made to them is to enrich the regime. The recent launches make things particularly awkward for moon Jae in moon Jae in the South Korean president is part of what is called the sunshine administration over there wants to open relations with Kim Jong Hoon. On Tuesday moon, it touted his administration's achievements in an op Ed writing that the sounds of gunfire have disappeared in the air on CNN the ground around the Korean peninsula. And no that is not correct. Just hours before the defense ministry confirmed the missile test. Moon's official Twitter account posted a picture of his meeting with Kim as the two officials smiled with the quotation piece has become a part of everyday life. Yeah. It turns out that trusting one of the world's worst, dictators is a mistake. Meanwhile, President Trump's administration is very weird and how it operates in terms of foreign policy. One of the reasons that it's very weird is because all of his subordinates basically operate as free agents. And then every so often he sort of inserts himself. Latest example of this. According to the Washington Post US authorities now seized a North Korean ship used to sell coal allegedly in violation of international sanctions that is the first such move by Justice department officials as they ratchet up enforcement efforts against the regime in Pyongyang Justice department officials on Thursday confirmed the vessel. The wise honest is approaching us territorial waters in American Samoa in coordination with US marshals end, the coastguard Attorney General John Denver's assistance to AIG. Emerson the sanction-busting ship is now out of service. So this came just hours after North Korea launched the pair of short range missiles Eleanor. It's funny for a president who declares that. He is a realist is a foreign policy realist, and he cares about foreign policy realism hard nose negotiation when it comes to his actual negotiations strategy, the sort of personal overtures, the what if I make you a video about how nice North Korea will be when you have some when you have some ocean front hotels that sort of stuff is not realistic the realistic perspective on foreign policy suggests realism realism suggests that realpolitik meeting the interest of the states are what is it issue? Look if Kim Jong UN wanted to open up his state and become more economically prosperous. He could do it right now. He's at right. This very instant all he has to do is give up those nuclear weapons and declared that he's going to democratize his country. That's all he has to do. But you'll never knew that obviously why. Because personal power matters most to the Kim family some of the worst blights on human leadership of the last fifty to seventy years. The fact that the Trump administration on the one hand you've got Trump offering the outstretched arm on the other hand, you got the geo J cracking down on North Korea via sanctions, it's pretty incoherent. It's pretty
Best music commands for Alexa and co.
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. Okay. Friendly warning talking tech bands. I am talking once again about the personal speakers made by Amazon and Google and Apple's personal assistant. I will be saying their words out loud. So you might wanna mute their microphones before we go any further. Okay. Folks. I have a question that I just ask Alexa. I said, hey, what music should I listen to how about exploring some music from on shell depot a popular classical artist. I think you'll like no, thank you. Would you like to listen to something by the Oscar Peterson trio Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart or James Taylor? Oscar Peterson trio please here's an album. You might like now that was fun. Wasn't it Amazon's personal sin just got chatty? With me, that's kind of unusual and something that we have seen. But you know, today, we're talking about music commands for personal assistance. Google will not chat with you. And neither will Siri. But Amazon does a pretty nice job of being your personal DJ. And at times like you heard there concern out pretty well. The key is knowing what to ask and refining your request until it gets it. Right. Once you're there, you are in better shape than a radio DJ because you really are way more likely to hear music that you like let's go over some of the commands that are pretty cool. I told you about what music should I listen to which just for the heck of it. Hey, Siri what music? Should I listen to? Here's some great music. You may have never heard. That wasn't the command. Hey, google. What music should I listen to I can search for popular music, new music or any kind of music in other words, it couldn't answer the question. Here's some other good commands that you should know play music. I like they all do this pretty well for Siri. It will only do it. If you subscribe to apple music Siri will only do it. If you subscribe, apple music, Google defaults to YouTube music, which is ad supported and Amazon will give prime members free limited Amazon prime music. Mike experience was Amazon did a better job of playing music that I liked if you ask a question like play the latest Ariana GRANDE album, shuffled all of them get it right on the first request. If you try having fun with lyrics of believe belieber, not is not very good at it. But Siri and Alexa. Our instance. Hey, Siri play the song that goes tell me something girl. Shallow by lady Gaga and Bradley. Super. So when I ask that question that Google got it wrong three times, it got it right on the fourth attempt. Same thing. When I use the phrase, you know, what I want in what I need baby. That's of course, by Cardi B and Bruno Mars from the song, please me Google decided I wanted to listen to respect by Irit, the Franklin the query play some happy music. Google plays the song happy by Pharrell Williams. That wasn't really what I had mind. Alexa in Syria. Actually, give me some happy music the play music. I haven't listened to in a while is a really weird request because Google plays a song never heard my life. It's if there hadn't been you by Billy dean, while I've asked this question to Amazon speaker over ten times in every time they respond with a syrupy ditty by the late. John Denver somebody. I never listened to never wanna listen to. And they don't even offer me a second opinion and apple response by choosing attract I've never heard of called. It's not you. It's not me by b Miller and. Six black. That is a weird request play a song. Listen to less Friday, Amazon. Does that really well Google plays a song that I didn't play last Friday or the week before or whatever? And apple plays me song. I also didn't listen to overall Amazon does a way better job than Google or apple when it comes to music if you're willing to ask for specific play this song play this album play this title play this playlist. They all do it. Well, but some of the detailed questions Amazon is winning this race hands down. What is your experience listeners? What are you finding with the personal systems when it comes to music? Let's talk about it on Twitter. I'm Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech look for me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, I'll be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech. Thanks for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Have a business idea you're ready to grow or a story. You're ready to share? 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"john denver" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"N roses paradise city. And then Phil Collins son of man from Tarzan. July fourth song. Yeah. We need a fourth on. You are there you go. Good job. I knew it. I knew it. No doubt. If you have any clue of this theme. You know, what I know what the theme is. I just figured it out. The theme is that there's no theme. That is not true. How dare you? Do you have a guest? Melvin we. We get as many guesses as we wanted. I'll give it to Eddie ESPN song. No. Because you're just gonna play some stuff you've already played forty thousand. Now, come on. So I had to give up the John Denver. Oh, you did. Joe's can we play John Denver Poors field. And then I'm gonna ask you a question theme. I don't care it. John theme. I don't care. You're right. We should for this shirt. Dishing to the show it is leading into the final segment. Take me home country road should be part of this. I don't you raised it. It's he raised from our server, what's he raced. John Denver, take me home country. At ESPN door. If you have a clue of the theme that Aerosmith sweet, emotion guns and roses paradise city. Phil Collins son of man, it's from Tarzan, and Bruce Springsteen's glory days is that actually a legit part of the theme glory days or were you just messing with me? No. It's part of it. The one we go answer this this ridiculous suspense here for something. No, not yet. No. I'm not done yet. But I have a hypothetical that was asked on Twitter Melman, by Scotty, oats. Okay. Scotty, oats. Got to keep player by that hockey player with him. Let's say Tom Brady loses patriots lists. Now. This is again, this is deeply hypothetical. But this is like what we do in the college football player like well, what if they lose and they'd be them. But then they beat them..
"john denver" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast
"Trimmed off the head first and then it splits completely on the back and i just pulled it and the whole thing comes off and i was wearing like booty shorts and then we dance to s s that's who wrote that's on oh we danced like a horn our sean is i don't know look it up the from the like huge enormous to bacchus suit it up all fun and in one version of this sketch you gave birth to ray and kylo ren which were like these little stuffed animals that we had right coca glorious theorizing that they were brother and sister yeah you put a really good luke skywalker thank you so much you know what was it unit said i looked like my hand hands look a little bit like you're way gone like my lesbians name for my lesbian and because it was bearing luke skywalker week and i was pregnant maybe genesis a genesis to jet i she chose the jet actually just looked up who wrote that song s s s s yeah it's it's john denver oh i'm so far i don't even get that joke little john denver i feel like if denver was reference maybe a little little johnny i don't know who john denver folk singer for okay i was like i'm not getting this out of the loop over here in the corner i gotta go google that later google i am forgetting it was it's like a hardcore song any his that was fun and.
"john denver" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"I hate to speak with the dead where he's dead john denver dead he has he died in a horrible plane crash really yeah i forgot about that yeah yeah he was flowing i guess like a cessna or something like that and he god if you why didn't do it for a plastic like paper he did die in monterey in ninety seven i forgot about that oh food yeah i didn't give it always and then crash well monterey denver i mean he looks like a man from that state see from denver i don't know oh god i'm really sorry he's not here to to to start any this is comedy is how we she's that album was big i remember that he was in the aircraft and continue with the do you know that you know that we love in the eighties when tipper gore that horrible woman was fighting the hearings for the parental advisory and the album's against rain she helps a lot of albums yeah she didn't helps out a lot of elms motley crue that the people on the on the got to like the artists they got to speak in court were denied or of twisted sister republican okay is he yes big time fine but he's not gonna take it what what do you do with the yeah yeah vote for trump okay i think so why does it hurt when i pee frank zappa okay that's a strange and john denver well go i was right what the fuck is john denver written that's like you know joan was on the panel supporting censorship not not putting censorship he was he was against censorship a lord say i'm going to hell sorry john i thought thank you there's an excuse for me to think he's weird he was again no he was with like the metal guys in prince he was like know darling nikki.
"john denver" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"And how do you get you get what to sesame street i don't know if you know right into the shar if anyone can tell us how to get sesame street also if you know the way to san jose because i've writing looking for that for now and that little old lady from pasadena is just so damn she's like a ghost woman so anyway they connections really wonderful and i guess i can somewhat by saying there's one image they talk about where they were all working on one sketch with john denver and they're all in this incredibly dangerous precarious situation where they had dug sort of an underground lair where all the muppets were sitting around a propane tank with the people with their hands up up bums and is performing these songs with john denver who i'm just going to say kinda creepy john denver how so songs amazing you'll fill up my senses like a fart in spacesuit no he's amazing in k love his songs but now if you think of someone that today in like twenty thousand that would look like john denver we will be well yes something a little bit he enlists about still seventy but there was something expressionless about his face for someone who made such a motion songs he was a little bit like for example if you met him like at one two cone right you'd be like oh that guy's spends a lot of time on the internet maybe this image seems a little now in retrospect seems a little weird.
"john denver" Discussed on The Watch
"Green tea of the afternoon as you attempt to edit a blog posts on like here's some music to lighten your load rend not the case the lucy dacas album is my favorite record of the year so far it's historian it's on matador very young singer songwriter and she has she has the range man she has the goods they're terrific song lucy dhaka's what else can to others just just razakar mommy k she is the twenty this very young women making these incredible albums this year that's what i really like the superchunk album i realized we we had mac and john denver junk on the show because we recorded it as the interview at a different time in the show i didn't do like five minutes as to why this band is so important to us but they're album what a time to be alive not a collaboration with future unfortunately but one of the best albums of their career and it just blisteringly essential political rock album for this year i listened to it constantly andy and i will put are competing playlists in the show notes i guess this is where it ends when do we do our podcast just on our opinions about oath reto and how why is why are all rappers lewke paramore fan club we gotta have clock on at oh three griego but because he has some some singe ing hot takes on greed i am ready for those takes but i kind of we need to have a deeper dive into why and this is by the way this is great for me but why are all rappers into paramore now why is email okay now it's been okay i mean obviously maccagnan right.
"john denver" Discussed on Filmspotting
"You affair lab mice answer latin nine in food like the mountains in spraying long in their way mbc pulled bandos character one of the members of this group pick a chard i think it's of plastic from oh jews foot this is allison again explaining why this is such a great scene are great of music how's the scene so silly in so profoundly moving at once maybe it's director bongjin hose a sounding skill with balancing tunnel jacks to positions or the aura of serene kindness that danone projects or maybe it's denver singing that owed to his life the sweetness of his voice use not quite for irony or for pure sentimentality but somehow both at once there's no more perfect accompaniment for this moment of grace in a movie the portrays the world is increasingly cold and cruel it's not just the best use of john denver song 2017 it's one of the best scenes of the year allison is really good at what she does that's well said and i'm a little bit bias i think because i do really love any song a song which i'm sure was a huge hit i think in the '70s and yet i went twenty years of my life without knowing only ever hearing it and then when i was in college i played guitar in a community theatre musical review and lifer saw we were playing a john denver song you know i just wanted to move on to something else i thought this is going to be really lame it ended up being my favorite song in the entire show i never got tired of playing any song and makoto murphy our friend from new york times who does those anatomy of a scene breakdowns with directors he had bongino on and they talked about that earlier there a and the use of anti song in particular all linked to that in our show notes as well the click on episodes at film spotting dot net but bong says he grew up hearing his brother his older brother sing it all the time his older brother just was obsessed with the song and he actually got really burned out on it he got totally sick of it but it's nostalgic for him and it just came up randomly he never envision it when he was filming it during the editing process something about it assumes the slow motion began he just thought of that.
"john denver" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"So john denver on john denver now no linda ronstadt he said it so sad for me to do as we get hermit be fraud improvement the lions fokker i am kermit the frog i didn't grow up with these guys you didn't grow up why where were you know you guys you study ray let me give you this who needs to it israel let him go first row not doing no clint eastwood you can hey i think he yeah diane dining much of a living boy diane diana much of a livein laura this one's are you were give me your best russian well end on this give me your best russian russian rush i would like to do john malkovich in rounders owing what am i felt movies all day he chick chick chick pay him p p that mian his men the club's i would like to do just ration but iif i think about what can the variety all very good give me a siberian kgb operative deep just just in a snow covering say aren't you are you're not for a wall with this but because he got enemy of the state i signed dracula are you because i was pretending to be blocked ula but in fact from russia you must die because led the me a book with case who is pretty good pretty good our guest and pressures are stupid i like dracula i've always liked i've always wanted to be i've always wanted to say this and i don't know how to do it but when the wolves how when and how and i want you to say the children of the night what sweet music they make now way as well as drug us dracula and i'd like you to be involved in this to william howling well you'll how and if you wanted to dracula and try your hand dracula you can't as well.
"john denver" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Um also uh works the grim reaper like of this great man we need 'em at lake frank sinatra we need his dulcet tones he's he's not heaven who's susan heaven john denver hearing the gods like yeah we want to hear some uh rocky mountain folkmusic forget john denver up he's living god kin here earth music or no houston swat zero live he wants to you know god he wants to put together the best banned the band of our dreams may i am all lindsay lee hendrie kureih obain hambur all racking at together sadly i think kirk o'bannon john denver had kurt have they both lived and i guess they would have made nice music together i don't think kurt cobain would in like m two punk for i think he would have been like a move john did worry would have been like you know john denver's the original punk wow now really makes you think uh god's relationship with the grim reaper i think god probably thinks at the grim reaper likes him more but again the grim reapers just like hey man i'm just doing a i i'm not a for god or the devil omdas adhere touch people with my own jahangir and you do what you do when i'm done i'm agnostic now the grim reapers agnostic uh is wants to touch people this boni finger in the kill him is a care where they go afterwards now i wanted to do i'd these compelled to do it by whom if not god or the devil a sense of duty patriotism.
"john denver" Discussed on Ringer University
"I am so pierced at eleven a am morgantown tire yes no no twelve i'm sorry okay so oregon down let me say this about or down and it is like any mountain cow this is why the big difference when you play at night in in in the day okay you go to the mouth go to appellations or you go the rockies gorbulin people in the mountain and you drive into the mountains in the day the falling xband beautiful look at the so this is a friendly happy place there's like john denver star you go in at night it's like it's quite scary attack i i don't like the air mold up there you've got to drive into morgantown through the mountains bogota dr if the light like mountains over there you like you know you're in it and and i'm telling you at night you like most quite a beautiful town great value like get rid of my hotel at me to my house i'll be in here dr me back the pittsburg airport let's go so big difference take time difference here's the thing i am furious at the mountaineers dana a horse in a will greer and all of them so i had west virginia last week and i i gave it out on the show i said listen i'll minusnine against baylor how many people are tweet me there live verno genius it's thirty eight of priggen thirteen 13 in our my kale yeah.
"john denver" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Because i wasn't clear why certain characters did certain things and then that moment happened i i don't want to say too much it's a it's a sodeberg ian moment mmhmm i was glad it happened i too think it went on to long after that maybe a little bit just a little bit but but it is weird like there's like a lot of flaws of this movie but it was fun and i enjoyed it last seen at song these you're mentioning with you mentioned with john denver in yeah and that's that's all say eighth like eight almost brings a tear i netgirl is let little girl his chaining tatum's daughter the actress by his daughter is so frigate adorable throughout told him at great this is again she could make with great kip performances she's a great little kid you know when she does all those sort of because it's so easy this is coming up a law in this country is the whole idea of the rust belt the bible belt the appalachian trail there the the south cliches about the south but it seemed i know that it was you know a sort of it a watercolour sketch of of of the south but you know which is showed what i love about people from the heart of the country the reminds me the heart of the stralia working class people values values that they have long histories that you have with family families that a divorce to hate you brethren laurel you don't like the person that you to ended up marrying in the other person it you know you run into a gas station you might have made out with at school like you can't escape so i love that small town mentality there and in a dealing with things like you know going to pageants and there's so many funny moments like this little girl had to get extension and you're like well wake on this is so white trash but it was great at the same time she was supposed to sing umbrella is great let's not spoil this is a great honour roll ajar so you get all of that so far really liked and i.
"john denver" Discussed on First Draft
"Passcatching leader gave marx who went to the jet yes washington state cougar gave mark goods could quarterback situation there i i've i'm sure he'll thrive right away but obviously thought cassell want more fun or all the same place gloucester yuban through voyles finish strong what you're saying ninety lire not fund that knows relocating brisk ninety percent a year we're not having fun because we're never in the norwegian as far as early you need now on a screen as much as we can see where snipers are some called skype yeah yeah we could do something called sky there is something called that it's been pretty fun you know the most important thing unesco sarah manner me go look at my golf clubs from an todd mcshea has his two thousand eighteen mark trapped on thursday out even this he's he's done pretty well i think last year we counted about twenty other guys went in the first round maybe fifteen sixteen and then four that's not bad for some of them went back four went back mcglinchey notredame some of the guys like that one 300 25 m at end one drifter good what i but named week the first big board from mel next week is after that so we get lee punched the clock right away again what's the song which should be playing right now on issuing ever which will be a little john denver take a hong kong rewrote that's right rights i've only we could play songs on other tests for chris brown todd mcshea now keiper next year will have the newly enhanced version where we have this new thing called skype in gel mel gel gel mel gel yeah ml gel yeah but that's earth trafford this year we'll do it again next year.