17 Burst results for "John Much"

"john munch" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"john munch" Discussed on KCRW

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"john munch" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"john munch" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And on the ESPN app. The NFL draft. One month away and not like anyone's counting down the days in this house, but we kind of are because it's also the same. Day we're do with the child. So the draft day countdown means more probably to this household that any other household. Am I right? It's very right. You for some reason. Enough for some reason. I know the woman I married just very driven. You want this baby to stay in for a couple more days, so you could do the NFL draft and any coverage is the 29th so month from tomorrow. Technically, we're do the 28th of April. So I'm like we ain't do. I didn't do anything. You're actually you did do something. Just let's make that perfectly clear is this game day? And he is being right again this game day on ESPN radio, ESPN app and on your smart speaker, just a play. It's Peter. We're married, Everybody. So shake corner. He's drunk or not. Oh, my gosh, I'm so sorry, is the first time that Bo and is about to join the show here on the good your hotline. He's like, What am I stepping into being an NFL draft analyst Matt Bowen Joining us now on the Goodyear outline, Matt. Good afternoon to you. I'm so sorry that that was the introduction that I had to give you but nonetheless, let's talk a little NFL draft, Shall we? Zach Wilson had his pro day the other day, He seemed to shine shine at it, and I know you did a full report afterwards. What did you see? A Zach Wilson is he continues to climb of draft boards and be impressive to other teams. Well, I think you you saw what you expected shape from the protein, you know, Based on his college tape, he's got high end movement skills. Enough armed challenged attack all levels of the field. I think you process is very well. You push the ball down the field, Berkeley take Johnny throws, but it's really the movement tracing that kind of stands out in today's NFL. We'll look at the quarterback position. Do you have that ability to go off schedule the term? I like his usual second reaction that would you create both inside and outside the pocket? I think that's why he's really driving up draft boards right now. Because that elite movement trick No matter so many people can't have different takes on what a pro day means. It obviously is more elevated this year with no combine. But some say that was a quarterback. You really can't gain anything was there from this and given the work that you did extensively after in your report? Was there things that you could tangibly take away and go? Oh, yeah. Zach even wowed more So today in his pro day that maybe, maybe previously with the buzz he's already generated. Well, Jordan. I think you look at it from that. If you're just looking specifically at the Pro day it's probably the ability to troll for multiple platforms from multiple angles. You know, I coached the high school level. And what I see was at Boston. Okay, Jordan uncoachable tricked. Okay, You can take a young quarterback to say Hey, go throw like that. Wolf just can't do that, because he has natural trace in terms of the arm talent. Ability of pro from different arm angles. And sometimes when the state aren't perfectly set, and you really thought you see that it was college state, you know, I always looking to take person. You see it on his college tape, But in those pro day situations You can really focus on The multiple platform throws the arm county athletic ability throw from unstable positions. I think that really jumped out this protein and then now you take that it's OK. Do I see it? Enough from the tape with Zach Wilson? You do see that? Talking about Bo and ESPN NFL analyst Joining us here on the Goodyear Hotline. Your Listen the Game day on ESPN radio with Shea and Jordan Cornett. All right, So Matt we saw over the last few days, some trades already being made ahead of the NFL draft Niners now at three Dolphins at six Eagles at 12, and before I ask you about what? How this impacts the draft, I do want to ask you about the 40 Niners and about Jimmy Garoppolo because there are reports now coming out that he is indeed staying with the 40 Niners, but definitely not going to the Patriots. That he could possibly stay put there. What is them? Moving the number three Mean for Jimmy Garoppolo? It is a great question, because I understand. You know, I would do the same thing. If I was John Munch. I would say well, keeping human growth because you have to maintain your left. We understand that you say you're gonna move him now. Well You know, if you're a team that needs eventual quarterback, the offer's gonna drop a little bit, You know, personally shape If I was on that team, I would move on from Jimmy Garoppolo. I would try to trade him before the draft. And if I couldn't, I would cut him to reduce that cap number. You know to use that money for the rest of my roster? Because I do think Based on this move. What it's telling us is that college Shanahan and John List one believe in the curse construction the roster. They believe they have a roster right now. I can make a run. Okay, What they're missing is that final piece of the quarterback position. The second thing that tells you is that Callison his bleak and his ability to evaluate the quarterback position because we don't really know what they're gonna do, and number through just talking about Jack lost. Let's say Wilson goes to number two. Wasn't that the Jets or somewhere else moving up to get that will set. You have three options. That number three. Yeah, that's trailing and Storm Dakota State, Justin Field from Ohio State and Mack Jones from Alabama. So what does calcium again? Wanting his quarterback. Is it the process? You voted the movement ability to quick release the throw play? Actually, heavy plaques were out tree in San Francisco, or does you want the ability Toe also be on the scheme, Quarterback design run and that's we're gonna get with Justin Fields and trade land. That's an added element. They break the position because they bring that physical elements position of all cares as well. Man. I feel like you kind of touched on some of these quarterbacks there, and Matt Jones seems like the one that is the most. I want to say, perplexing for lack of a better word You saw the ability was on full display there in Alabama. You saw the weapons around him that enabled him to be great, But you hear nothing but great things about him, but with the quarterback position and what it's evolved to everyone's also enamored with Mobility, Although I happen to think Mack Jones has more mobility than maybe people perceive it to be. I think there's a real shot. My wife Chicago bears, maybe try to make a move towards somebody like that. The draft despite the fact that ever in somebody, Andy Dalton being QB one. What's your assessment of Mack Jones at the next level? Well, I think Matt Jones the higher floor..

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"john munch" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"john munch" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Including hypnosis on how does that work? Yes, I spoke with the hip hypnotist in New York, and he created a hypnotic recording that's free for anyone to use. His name is John Munch G O B. And on YouTube as well as his own website. He posted a seven minute 15 2nd recording where he wrote a meditation urging people To not touch their face. Don't touch your hands, your nose or mouth. He wrote it in iambic pentameter so that the rhythm would help you relax during this recording about that. How about this company? No sweat performance. What have they done? No sweat performance makes these liners for hats and helmets to absorb sweat and before that was really promoted as a way to enhance your athletic performance because you didn't have the distraction of sweat dripping down your face. But then, when they were watching medical workers struggle with irritation from personal protection equipment, they decided to start making liners that would fit inside the base Shields as well. And then, more broadly, they promote all of its liners as a way to eliminate the need to touch or wipe your face. And so that applies if you are wearing it Construction hard hat. Sun visor of bike helmet, a baseball cap or P p. That's something and then I guess really, from the technical side, there's this product or service called keen from habit aware, yes. So picture of fitness of watch that you might wear. It looks just like that, and what you do is record the gesture that you don't want your hand to do so, in this case that would be bringing your hand. To your face. It records it And then when you do it again, it will vibrate gently, And that's a waiter Bring awareness to the motion, and then it helps you do some deep breathing so that you're replacing that motion of touching your face with a good behavior, or they wouldn't say good, but rather a positive, relaxing behavior. That's something we're speaking with Ellen Byron. Reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Her pieces called perfume, wrist buzzers. Hypnosis How people try to stop touching their faces their evidence this stuff works, sir cos these companies have in its success. Definitely having sales success. So there there's a lot of demand out there for this. And one thing that health experts pointed out to me was that this is a habit to have, regardless of if you're In a pandemic or not. It's a good habit to try to conquer because it's a way of keeping yourself healthy from all sorts of different viruses that you might encounter during your day. So in addition to washing your hands often, this is another good habit generally to get into all right. Another one of these inventions I am guessing tied to the pandemic. Touchless Key rings. Yes, To really uses a poker for buttons you might encounter or as a way to pull lever door handles down. Thanks, Ellen Ellen Byron, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, coming up next couple of heartwarming stories that got our attention last year. If you need to hire you need indeed when you upgrade your job post, indeed, immediately delivers candidates from a resume database who fit your job criteria. Let indeed sift through resumes so you could focus.

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"john munch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"john munch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Including hypnosis on how does that work? Yes, I spoke with hypnotist in New York, and he created a hypnotic recording that's free for anyone to use. His name is John Munch G O B. And on YouTube as well as his own website. He posted a seven minute 15 2nd recording where he wrote a meditation urging people Do not touch their face. Don't touch your hands, your nose or mouth. He wrote it in iambic pentameter so that the rhythm would help you relax during this recording about that. How about this company? No sweat performance. What have they done? No sweat performance makes these liners for hats and helmets to absorb sweat and before that was really promoted as a way to enhance your athletic performance because you didn't have the distraction of sweat dripping down your face. But then, when they were watching medical workers struggle with irritation from Personal protection equipment. They decided to start making liners that would fit inside base shields as well. And then, more broadly, they promote all of its liners as a way to eliminate the need to touch or wipe your face. And so that applies if you are wearing it Construction hard hat. Sun visor of bike helmet, a baseball cap or P p. That's something and then I guess really, from the technical side, there's this product or service called keen from habit aware, yes. So picture of fitness of watch that you might wear. It looks just like that, and what you do is record the gesture that you don't want your hand to do so. In this case, it would be bringing your hand. To your face. It records it And then when you do it again, it will vibrate gently, And that's a waiter Bring awareness to the motion, and then it helps you do some deep breathing so that you're replacing that motion of touching your face with a good behavior, or they wouldn't say good, but rather a positive, relaxing behavior. That's something Speaking with Ellen Byron, reporter at The Wall Street Journal, her pieces called Perfume, wrist buzzers. Hypnosis How people try to stop touching their faces their evidence this stuff works, sir cos these companies have in its success. They're definitely having sales success. So there there's a lot of demand out there for this. And one thing that health experts pointed out to me was that this is a habit to have, regardless of if you're In a pandemic or not. It's a good habit to try to conquer because it's a way of keeping yourself healthy from all sorts of different viruses that you might encounter during your day. So in addition to washing your hands often, this is another good habit generally to get into another one of these inventions. I'm guessing tied to the pandemic. Touchless Key rings. Yes, To really uses a poker for buttons you might encounter or as a way to pull lever door handles down. Thanks, Ellen Ellen Byron, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, coming up next couple of heartwarming stories that got our attention last year. If you need to hire you need indeed when you upgrade your job post, indeed, immediately delivers candidates from our resume database who fit your job criteria. Let indeed sift through resumes so you.

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"john munch" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"john munch" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Including hypnosis on how does that work? Yes, I spoke with the hip hypnotist in New York, and he created a hypnotic recording that's free for anyone to use. His name is John Munch G O B. And on YouTube as well as his own website. He posted a seven minute 15 2nd recording where he wrote a meditation urging people Do not touch their face. Don't touch your hands, your nose or mouth. He wrote it in iambic pentameter so that the rhythm would help you relax during this recording about that. How about this company? No sweat performance. What have they done? No sweat performance makes these liners for hats and helmets to absorb sweat and before that was really promoted as a way to enhance your athletic performance because you didn't have the distraction of sweat dripping down your face. But then, when they were watching medical workers struggle with irritation from personal protection equipment, they decided to start making liners that would fit inside the base Shields as well. And then more broadly, they promote all of its liners as a way to eliminate the need to touch or wipe your face. And so that applies if you are wearing it Construction hard hat. Sun Visor, a bike helmet, a baseball cap, or P p. That's something and then I guess really from the technical side, there's this product or service called keen from habit aware. Yes. So picture of fitness of watch that you might wear. It looks just like that, And what you do is record the gesture that you don't want your hand to do so, in this case that would be bringing your hand. To your face. It records it And then when you do it again, it will vibrate gently, And that's a waiter Bring awareness to the motion, and then it helps you do some deep breathing so that you're replacing that motion of touching your face with a good behavior, or they wouldn't say good, but rather a positive, relaxing behavior. That's something we're speaking with Ellen Byron. Reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Her pieces called Perfume, wrist buzzers. Hypnosis How people try to stop touching their faces their evidence this stuff works or cos these companies have in its success. They're definitely having sales success. So there there's a lot of demand out there for this. And one thing that health experts pointed out to me was that this is a habit to have, regardless of if you're In a pandemic or not. It's a good habit to try to conquer because it's a way of keeping yourself healthy from all sorts of different viruses that you might encounter during your day. So in addition to washing your hands often, this is another good habit generally to get into another one of these inventions. I am guessing tied to the pandemic. Touchless Key rings. Yes, To really uses a poker for buttons you might encounter or as a way to pull lever door handles down. Thanks, Ellen Ellen Byron, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, coming up next couple of heartwarming stories that got our attention last year..

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"john munch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"john munch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"But i don't think anyone could have predicted yes but there was also a i read angel which was actually michael. Burnham's assumed dead mother who actually time travel the night that we thought that she died like. That's just a bananas theory. So i would not be surprised at the exact same thing happens here if whether it's by her own doing incidentally so michael burnham does 'cause the burn through some sort of weird convoluted series of twists and turns that we cannot even understand or comprehend at this point in time five episodes. In that it's going to get to that point. I would not expect any less from star trek disco. Yeah especially a millennium into the future. They could come up with like. Here's a jingle jingle. It does this thing and then all of a sudden it gets. The eleventh hour turns out that that jingle jangle is what caused the burn and michael just accidentally happened to have it in her suit at the time. Well how very holiday festive mike. Jingle bell rock yes indeed. So i also wanted to get back to Here's a weird theory. That spit balling a little bit. So we watch space. John munch talk to giorgio for a really long time. Because it's just kind of thing he super into right and he's and he's also i mean so he's talked about how basically all right mary universe or at least p crossovers to the verse and that's another reason why yeah 'cause he's essentially talking with someone who like up to people that he has studied but never met before because there's in his lifetime. There's never been a crossover. Yeah and this is interesting. He says it was about five hundred years ago that we stopped having that happen. Which is probably like. I know we had lots of mirror. Universe action on ds nine. I don't know if we ever got any on. Voyager no i think that the big three were te'o sds nine and enterprise were the three that had mirror universe episodes. Yeah but here's my question. Do you think we had a burn in the parallel universe interesting so there was like an equivalent where things just went haywire in the mirror universe that caused it to separate from the prime universe right and he says that the mirror universe is kind of drifting further and further was harder to get there and my question is if they seem to be lamp shading this pretty hard so could they find a way to get over to the taryn universe and see if we can still some of their lithium right. It could be a thing of like well. They have the resources that we don't have this moment. Maybe it could be a thing much like again. Speaking of voyager like surfing the marquee working together of let's go recruit some terrence to serve as like our our fist are goons to sort of. Carry out starfleet a weird partnership. Because yeah i mean i guess you know. It is part of astronomy that that planes drift apart from each other naturally over time but to have it drifts so much over the course of however many years that like four hundred so years that now. There's not even any crossover between any is. I don't know that's very sudden to me. Yeah and why even bring it up like are they. Just trying to explain like why are they. Tried to just give joe something to do. I feel like this is gonna have.

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"john munch" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"john munch" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The maybe iota forced you. We don't know the man why I want to kill Netflix. Netflix is doing a lot of things. Right Man Netflix has actually getting a lot of video. Game stuff right. Yeah just got to talking about castle. Venue they got season three coming up out of all the formats out there and all the services and platforms studios that were doing Adaptation game adaptations. This one was really the first one to get it done right. Assist the first great video game application. We've ever had I love it. Yeah Yeah and that's why I'm thinking. So maybe they can finally do something. With resident evil do the episodic TV show now. There was some some things things that leaked out because nobody was really supposed to hear about the details now. This came out apparently from and they put out like the official description. And I don't I don't have it verbatim in front of me me but they basically said that after the events that happened twenty six years ago during you know when Rela released the T- virus to the world. Now we were falling this this new community the city somewhere in Maryland. And they're you know they. They reference the umbrella corporation. How it's back? Act certain locations on asylum in a hospital be kind of the big focus of of the show itself. It'd be curious to see how how they make this work man. I always thought that's it'd be great to have a resident evil show where every week is like the X.. Files Yeah Dylan would have different biological hazard the clean cleanup. Something from what umbrella has messed up. It's kind of like the Games are always a new thing that umbrella their spin offs had released to the world. And Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine whoever has asas all day. I'm surprised though because in the description that name because they don't necessarily have to mention them we got no mention of characters. We don't know if there's GonNa be the legacy characters. APP teaches them. Jill Chris or Leon or Claire so they might be doing maybe the resident evil seven approach where you know we're just falling new characters and those exist in this world. We're going to have your own that we're going to introduce here. Yeah Yeah Yeah. This information comes from somebody. Called John Munch we'll source job at I. Arizona's saw it. I was looking at it wrong without ahead. The the computer kind of far away from US said wouldn't matter it doesn't matter but talking about there was a description that was put up someone Netflix yet. Synopsis of it was and it was removed. Now do you believe that shit that they put that out there on purpose probably testing all the companies. Do It yes resin evil is I mean it just happens the pop up when we know all of that. We're getting resident evil three remake in like a month from xactly. And you know like all this other resonable contents coming out resonable eight rumors. I mean Capcom Capcom as they come themselves out the resin even late so they probably asked Netflix. They'll probably ask this net flicks to do this man that this just happened to be an accidental leak. I'm Gonna I'll tell you man at the time we hear about these leaks. I'll believe that. She healers yeah feelers. Yeah yeah the company has usually released that. I'm not being a conspiracy theorist but I don't think that things are conveniently Bentley released especially right now when we're talking about so much resident evil content being released exactly the properties hot right. Now they're ever been in years Capcom they they really really blew it. They they address. Those criticisms started producing great content again. They're like okay now. That people like this property again excited about it. Let's start adapting to different forms warms to media. That looks like they did a great job like again. Maybe it's easier adapting and video game to animation because you could definitely copy the way. The game looks the nation's nations self released art style in general and they're doing devil may cry but resonable they. They're going to have to do a lot of work with that. Because those movies that had a very negative influence in the the franchise for a very long time. Those movies may money though man. I'm not saying biggest thing like they may so much money that's why they kept making you know and I will tell you. They did a lot with their budget. The budget's cheap on the air with the budget on these things man.

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"john munch" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"john munch" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Like for the folks in the we generation but he also understands how employers think if you are running a company you want your employees to spend unreasonable hours at the office and devote themselves irrationally to the work. That is great for your bottom line Napkins. Yoga classes in free beer seem like perks. But the goal in providing all that is to keep you in the office longer longer working more hours I think what Adam sold more than anything was a vision to employers of employees who made work the center of their very life. Here's another Adam Newman quote from that Fast Company interview if you understand it being part of something greater than yourself is meaningful and if you're not just driven by material goods then you're part of the we generation all right so I am wondering how many people have shipped him because the numbers. Not One or zero shocked knives on the roof. You can make a knife out of anything. Smashed that really would have been the just way for the story to end hand there. It really was a moment. Where just a little trip and we would have been saved we work? This is GonNa Happen Infinite universes. There's a banana peel. This is actually the only universe where he wasn't shut off that. Yeah I knew we were living in the wrong. Eighty percent of the universe is where he was. The police didn't even prosecute prosecute someone told them the story and they were like you know what this is. Also the only universe where the baby clothes thing didn't take in. I'm surprised great idea every other. I'm surprised always complaining about their knees about Baby uh-huh as your baby had to have surgery. I think you need these. He may blow up pants for babies. I retract my interaction with this bit now. So Adams not a dumb guy Anti anti materialism like anti-capitalism has grown up among members of our generation. Because we've been largely cheated out of the promises that our system may do older generations Adams anti materialism however is not a rejection of capitalism. It's a way to make capitalism more profitable if you convince workers at their job provides them with a variety of non material the benefits then you can work them hard and while paying them less now if a potential investor needed proof that millennials could be sold on Adam Newman's vision of the workplace as neighborhood. The need look look no further than the actual staff and we work. I'm going to quote from a New York Times right up here. That's actually really weird to think about absurd interrupt you work at we work Becoming yeah that's that's I think what it was like an empty space we work. We will manage all that shit sales piano. You got the whole town. Yeah yeah now. I'M GONNA quit from that New York Times piece about sort of the culture of the company might be Mike Down Clip for you Jordan across podcast tell Jordan to put the mic down is now the John Munch of Mr. Norman convince employees to take shots at Pricey. Don Julio Tequila one hundred and ten dollars a bottle worked twenty hour days attend two. AM meetings. He convinced Vincent Smoke Marijuana at work. Dance to journey around a fire in the woods on weaken excursions smoke more pot. Drink more Tequila. Even people who don't really seem that Tequila type would go along with his act. ACT including a pre White House Jared Kushner who imbibed while scoping out of property and Philadelphia in his view we work didn't simply sub-lease office space to workers. It supplied them with compooter. A cold brew coffee and in a static sense of community. They're coming to us for energy for culture. Mr Norman would say don't stop the fine now coiled spring feeling over guests Jayco. She's going to play a bigger role in this episode. I'm getting the sense you absolutely as accidentally entered into a friendship test. He did he did in everyone lost. You know who Sard. It's hard years was doing. He's he's making any. He's getting the people who work for him to to me his friends. He's forcing forcing them to drink. And smoke at work and drunk. Yeah in order to break down their defenses force them to continue working as hard as humanly possible while at the same time worshipping him as something of a charismatic guy. Familiar to me and I don't know why it sounds like nothing. That's ever been done. Before as a loyalty detesting makes them dancing around a fire to journey. mathematically the Dushi EST thing. You could possibly do all right now. We're not going to be going to be attacking journey on this podcast. The The keyboardist for journeys married to Paula white-cain trump's spiritual advisor that makes complete sense. That's entirely that's entirely gain. Yep that makes total sense and then I have now stopped believing. I'm not going to hold onto that feeling. Hello what are you GONNA do. We own sky. Just stop turning to you're GONNA have to. You'RE GONNA have to switch back to rush. They did that one too better song. Don't stop believing faithfully Eh. That's not a great song. No it's not that great although in the music video there's a great shot of Steve Perry shaving his moustache looking really sad. This is like you know. Oh Hey man gotta go gotTa go do shows gotTa Shave his Moustache Raeffel to it. This is the most affecting moment. This is It's a push with me stuck with now Adams wife. Rebecca was a major part the whole operation. She eventually became the chief brand officer or and then job. That's not a job refused pass. She was an integral part art of designing the field. We work as a brand stop it. Get the fuck out as certified Yogi and more importantly in more Florida orderly Jordan. What's more legitimate? Certified Yogi a certified. Yoga is the cousin of Gwyneth. Paltrow Oh and went to the llamas birthday boy. I'm doing great. I'm doing all rextall zone. Richard Certification for you. This is you gotta do it shocked. You don't know this. There's actually easier to be an oncologist reading the autobiography of a Yoga. Big Yogi by bursary bursary Ramakand Ramakrishna or whatever his name is and he he said specifically after he learned how to float that was when he got his certification was it government regulations once he got the power of Levitation now Rebecca as a certified yoga and a cousin when Paltrow Was An expert at adding Louis New Age nonsense to what should have been liking. The business. she repeatedly claimed in interviews that when she met Adam. I'm sure suddenly taken with a strong belief that he could save the world in an episode of the School of Greatness insufferable youtube show. She said this. My intention was never to find a way to make the most money my intention when I met him was. Just how do we expand this good vibration to the planet. Blue Sky explained. The vibration may expand Adams. Has Anybody ever defined make low mania to her. It wouldn't take okay. I'm GonNa tell you right now. The Not I apologize. How tros first cousin? Every time I think of words I assume that people understand their meeting and apply that. I'm having a really tough time because I was coming in with a fairly positive view of her a thousand no causing life because you said earlier. It's like when they first met. She made fun of she told me was full of Shit. She married him and got involved in his business. Kinda thought like maybe she's pretty cool and then everything. Every added detail details like she's not good. You're full of Shit like me. You can use you as a weapon now Adam embrace the image image the guru. CEO He threw rocks wild parties in the office where employees were all but forced to drink. He walked around barefoot and his personal trainer meet him in his office and then walk around afterwards drenched in sweat to lead his employees. Seems like a good getaway Jack that twitter stuff like maybe not forcing his employees to drink but heavenly vibe jacket twitter. Oh Yeah at Disney. Then lewdly networker. Every time I watch silicon valley the the only thing I can think of is I don't know how to parody these people anymore. You can't go. You can't go extreme enough. You know it's not it's that's crazy. Oh no the products and services this show. I'm a product that supports Robert. I have no downsides and should be bought immediately immediately. That's a parody insert work work. Actually you work are only sponsors. Are Coke Industries senator subsidiary nor dine Defense Systems Moore Dine if a wedding has to be blown up at range from the thermobaric warhead. It has to be nor dying. Oh boy worlds in great shape right. We are living in complicated times times. I'm seventy rule. MSNBC ANCHOR AND NBC News correspondent in my new podcast modern rules. I'm going to be spending time unpacking. Some of the hairiest of today's as top decided I was going to be a survivor. Survivor fights back. He would would they want new. It's America listen and subscribe to my new podcast. Modern the rules on Apple. podcast the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get.

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"john munch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"john munch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To coast to coast our friend is back with us Richard Belcher of course his career he's been in there actor author comedian in co wrote a book with me called someone is hiding something about that missing Malaysia plane that's still a bizarre story is best known of course for his role as John Munch in the law and order that was on NBC special victims unit he's written a number of books on UFOs Elvis and that we're gonna talk with them about hit list the in depth investigation into the mysterious deaths of witnesses to the JFK assassination Richard bells are back on coast to coast Richard welcome back Hey George how are you my friend well good I'm looking forward to this and it is still they really haven't found it three years oh my god I can't believe that I was thirteen years old Richard at the time yeah I was in college but the thing is every time I hear I'm sure you too whenever you hear that Cronkite clipped it just still gives me chills yeah me too after half a century the only time he ever cried on the year ever well it can't blame them I mean here humanity of it and George mentioned before that you in New Orleans for a possible because he was a conference that was put together to talk about Lee Harvey Oswald with the scope of the conference Richard was that you know one did did Oswald do it or did you do it with other people was the the past Patsy that he always said he was in the conclusion was he was the Patsy was who was on the panel Jeez we had all kinds of people Sean stone Oliver son Oliver stone's son was on it in another drug just dedicated authors into into the research no no huge names but just hard working researchers we didn't have Richard bells are there we needed him okay the other people that are you know great scholars on the subject but it's just as you know I mean this is the country has never been the same since that assassination the crew took over didn't well you know exactly we have an illegal government because the transfer of.

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"john munch" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"john munch" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to coast to coast our friend is back with us Richard Belcher of course his career's been an actor author comedian in co wrote a book with me call someone is hiding something about that missing Malaysia plane that's still a bizarre story is best known of course for his role as John Munch in the law and order that was on NBC special victims unit he's written a number of books on UFOs Elvis and that we're gonna talk with them about hit list the in depth investigation into the mysterious deaths of witnesses to the JFK assassination Richard bells are back on coast to coast Richard welcome back Hey George how are you my friend well good I'm looking forward to this and it is still they really haven't found it three years oh my god I can't believe that I was thirteen years old Richard at the time yeah I was in college but the thing is every time I hear I'm sure you too whenever you hear that Cronkite clipped it's just he still gives me chills yeah me too after half a century the only time he ever cried on the year ever yeah our own can't blame them I mean here humanity of it and George you mentioned before that you in New Orleans for a possible because he was a conference that was put together to talk about Lee Harvey Oswald with the scope of the conference Richard was that you know one did did Oswald do it or did you do it with other people was the the past Patsy that he always said he was in the conclusion was he was the Patsy who was who was on the panel Jeez we had all kinds of people Sean stone Oliver son Oliver stone's son was on it in another judge just dedicated authors into into the research no no huge names but just hard working researchers we didn't have Richard bells are there we needed him okay other people that are you know great scholars on this subject but it's just as you know I mean this is the country has never been the same since that assassination the crew took over didn't well you know technically we have an illegal government.

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"john munch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"john munch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Back to coast to coast our friend is back with us Richard Belcher of course his career's been an actor author comedian and co wrote a book with me called someone is hiding something about that missing Malaysia plane that's still a bizarre story is best known of course for his role as John Munch in the law and order that was on NBC special victims unit he's written a number of books on UFOs Elvis and that we're gonna talk with them about hit list the in depth investigation into the mysterious deaths of witnesses to the JFK assassination Richard bells are back on coast to coast Richard welcome back Hey George how are you my friend well good I'm looking forward to this and it is still they really haven't found it three years oh my god I can't believe that I was thirteen years old Richard at the time yeah I was in college but the thing is every time I hear I'm sure you too whenever you hear that Cronkite clipped it just still gives me chills yeah me too after half a century the only time he ever cried on the year ever well it can't blame them I mean here humanity of it and George mentioned before that you were in New Orleans for a possible because he was a conference that was put together to talk about Lee Harvey Oswald with this group of the conference Richard was that you know one did did Oswald do it or did you do it with other people was the the past Patsy that he always said he was in the conclusion was he was the Patsy was it was on the panel Jeez we had all kinds of people Sean stone Oliver son Oliver stone's son was on it in another drug just dedicated authors into into the research no no huge names but just hard working researchers we didn't have Richard bells are there we needed him okay the other people that are you know great scholars on the subject but it's just as you know I mean this is the country has never been the same since that assassination the crew took over didn't well you know technically we have an illegal government because the transfer of power.

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"john munch" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"john munch" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The one known the Alan Partridge, who's returned to our screens with this time with Alan Partridge back in the BBC after how many years away twenty four something like that. Which makes me feel incredibly old. I'm not gonna be scaling the heights of Chapman do by myself. I have to accomplish psychic Simon's with me. First off we have Nick December Nino him from the empire podcast. How are you? Nick. All the way we got out of the way early. All right. Just I'll just do. I'll just do it. Me Chris you knowing you Nick dissemination. Hello there. We go. Yeah. It was going to descend. Listen. The second issue hearing. Sorry, I'll do it. Again. Knowing me, Chris you knowing you boy Hilton from hate and the pilots TV podcast. Good. This is the fischel pilot TV empire, Picasso crossovers. Really? This is. Yeah. Apart from being a ballad poetry John Phillips essentially about last. Well. Keif base beautiful Fiqh in this. Cut eight it's possibly sexual tension. But I wouldn't want to comment on that. But, but yeah, boy, we're reaching out hands across the in some ways, this is a special episode of the positive. That's how I look at it as a special very special edition of the emperor podcasts, it could even be a very very special edition of the pilot, TV podcast is a very very very special dish in the to Boyd has forgotten more about TV than I will ever know. So where would you rank listen, the great TV crossovers? For example, of a top wasn't an episode of CSI were turned up from without a trace. Yeah. That's probably the best over ever until until now until now. That's great crossovers that you can think of I'm not talking about motorists Kelly turned up in a Simpsons doesn't millennium. Armenta eight or much Detective John munch. Richard Belcher holds the record for the I think the highest number of appearances by an actor in a single role on different shows. I think you let's start out fairly frequently listening the war of your. Special if in del the belts the stop. Well, you know, I would try to on the pilot TV podcast spa. I'm partly no allow within five feet of them. So. So there you go. Anyway, tension out the way, it's all good. We're going to be shutting all by Partridge. But first we're going to hear from the two men who along with Steve Coogan, obviously, you couldn't do on the party's Steve Coogan. But we're going to hear the two men who have refight lies party of the last few years. They are the writers and the co defies IRS of this time they were huge contributors and writers behind mid morning matters. Allen park alpha Papa an all sorts of parked paraffin alia over the last few years. They are of course, the Gibbons brothers. Neil unrolled Gibbons. I chatted to them earlier on this week for the empire podcast. You'll hear the introduction. The empire podcast here. TV.

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"john munch" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"john munch" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"You've seen him in hit movies like green Scarface, the growth, new shit? Yes, mad dog and glory. Hope the wrong guys, a very Brady sequel, man, and comedian, does anybody know you. He's also notable work in dozens of TV shows, including moonlighting, Miami vice men about you Lois and Clark. The ex-pilot south park governor gotta have to shave. The lawsuit size. And they'll wire and of course homicide life on the street and law and order playing one of the most enduring characters in television history that take John munch Tara tear that would go on to appear in at least ten different series. You want more fine. He's also the author of several New York Times bestsellers, including UFO's, JFK and Elvis, I am not a cop dead wrong. I am not a psychic dead wrong day grown. The hitless hit and someone is hiding something for conspiracy, and soon to be published conversations. I was waiting for.

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"john munch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"john munch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Being comprised of many discreet fictional universes separated by show title is laid out as one continuous fictional landscape doesn't that blow your mind a lot to take it is right now i heard and what i'm gonna do is post post the podcast bri heard this whole thing explained and it really i literally on walking my dog yesterday been my mind explodes because i'm like oh my god this means that all of television basically this feels boy this feels seriously like the that moment that you i realized that there's no end to space and you can't you can't figure that out how that is suddenly everything i thought i understood about television is toppled on its side also i this theory have you heard of the character of john munch because this was another thing that blew my mind so you know what we're talking about and you might say well that's a cute parlor trick right but what you don't realize is there are incredibly deep connections from one show to another that you weren't even aware of characters companies entities things that were a legitimate part of one series which by the way in some ways connected back to saint elsewhere are replicated duplicated end up showing up whether it's an overt or a covert crossover in some of your other favorite shows for example and this is one of the ones that i learned about last night john munch this is a fictional character played by richard belcher and he first appeared on homicide which was the show that we heard i connected with saint elsewhere right well this character has showed up in other series a law and order spinoff svu in addition to other series internal affairs where was the other one i thought there like curb your enthusiasm but anyway this character shows up in a bunch of tv shows so then you've got this character sort of roaming out there and a lot of this is you know the television writers know exactly what they're doing but it's it's again creating this giant fabric that you weren't even aware of that's living out there it's kinda fun right okay what about like okay because when you were talking about like business entities that show up like barneys.

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"john munch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"john munch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And much of television draws from its surroundings from the past and present of its medium as well as others tommy westfall becomes not unlike the breadcrumb trail or contrast medium making visible the extreme inter textual ality of popular prime time tv once homicide is part of the tommy westphal universe every character crossing from it to other shows draws those shows into the westfall universe even if the characters crossing over aren't in saint elsewhere to begin with characters crossing from those shows to a third circle of shows then draw more characters into the universe and the process continues until the complex of tv we normally think of as being comprised of many discrete fictional universes separated by show title is laid out as one continuous fictional landscape doesn't that blow your mind a lot to take it is right so now i heard and what i'm gonna do is post post the podcast bri heard this whole thing explained and it really i'm literally on walking my dog yesterday in my mind explodes because i'm like oh my god this means that all of television basically this feels the imagination this feels seriously like the that moment that you i realized that there's no end to space you can't you can't grasp figure that out how that is suddenly everything i thought i understood about television is toppled on its side also i this theory have you heard of the character of john munch because this was another thing that blew my mind so you know what we're talking about and you might say well that's a cute parlor trick right but what you don't realize is there are incredibly deep connections from one show to another that you weren't even aware of characters companies entities things that were a legitimate part of one series which by the way in some ways connected back to saint elsewhere are replicated duplicated end up showing up whether it's an overt or covert crossover in some of your other favorite shows for example and this is one of the ones that i learned about last night john munch this is a fictional character played by richard belcher and he first appeared on homicide which was the show that we heard i connected with saint elsewhere right well this character has showed up in other series a law and order spinoff svu in addition to other series internal affairs where was the other one i.

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"john munch" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"john munch" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

"Grandson. How would you have on the building. Well, finally, off the twenty second story, it turns out the entire series of Saint elsewhere has been a fantasy in the mind this mysterious boy with the snow globe and Prusse said, well, it's not the worst one. Go ahead. I don't understand this autism thing. Here's my son. I talked to him. I don't even know if you can hear me. Sits there on on his own world. Staring at that toy. The response in the mail was about fifty. Fifty half of our audience hated hated like one or two come to the MTA lot and Bernas to the ground and the other half thought it was fitting part of the show. So Fonteneau went onto produce homicide life on the street where he continued his love of crossovers. One time he brought over to doctors from Saint elsewhere. Even though that showed gun off the air twelve years earlier, he even staged a crossover with Chicago hope which was on CBS and other network. He didn't show those scenes to any the network exact before the episode aired. So the next Monday after the show aired Warren little field who was head of NBC at the time called me up and goes, you are a bad bad. Andy found a partner in crime. The actor Richard Belcher who played Detective, John munch on homicide. He was like, well, let's see. I could be on all the law and order shows before he went over to loan order and bit by bit. He just he would get. They would say, you know, we want you to be in this and he'd go, well, I have too much so much consults with the lone gunmen on the x. files. Baltimore homicide? Did they find her. Good evening to you orders drink at a bar on the wire. You can't press a regular just isn't done and teaches a class on rested development. We supply the glitter crepe paper and the ready made template pages to decorate fill out with this did not go unnoticed by TV fans who wondered, does that mean that arrested development and the wire or supposed to exist in the same universe. Keith gal was a playwright Melbourne Australia, and he and his friends were talking about this at a pub one night and they went way further. They wondered if all these shows are linked. Does that mean all of them were dreamed up by Tommy Westfall, the autistic kid from the finale of Saint elsewhere. And we started to sort of colliding at least of shores. The further we get into the mall connections, we say defined, they made a grid of the Tommy Westphal universe and put it online. People wrote in from around the world telling him that Fonteneau is not the only one who was fond of crossovers. A lot of writers were fans of the x. files, and they like to incorporate the names of fake brands or companies that appeared on the x. files into their shows as an image like take for onic Amar's the Veronica MAs connection to files is the Larry. Hi car company, which was again, a specific. Reference. Today's falls in March to them. It was. It wasn't just a two incidence. They use the same fake name right now. The Tommy vol universe and compasses over four hundred shows in the weird part, is it an actually MIR's real theories above a multi like the idea that certain particles might be able to travel between universities? Of course, in this case particles are detective munch or fictional rental car company. I was stunned Tom. Fontana was also proud of the fact that Tommy was at the center of this internet phenomenon. I think it sort of adds a whole other layer to the to the idea of what the what an autistic person can or cannot do in a very bizarre kind of way. You know what I mean? Because it says people have imaginations regardless of what their conditions are. You know, the human mind is an extraordinary thing. Anything's having these porous borders has good for TV writers. He saw it firsthand when his crew from homicide swapped cast and crew with law and order. What it alternately does in my mind is enhanced the storytelling because somehow it frees you to like go to a place where you would normally have gone within the the restrictions of your own genre or your own TV series. I actually still have snow globe upstairs, so really? Yeah. At this point, Tom went up to the second floor of his office. Any came back with the snow globe, the one that Tommy held in the series finale of Saint elsewhere. It was so much bigger and more detailed than I imagined. That's an amazing memento. Yeah.

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"john munch" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john munch" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Be different actors and to invest in him and explore him in a very different way uh and i looked around and that wasn't anybody else so i could go oh you mean like that person did all yet that person did an figure that was a unique opportunity not be silly silio the city to say up for asia frazier a pretty much at that could really about an that was a completely new show say was it was an straight off spinoff i'm a carrot to this being established going into a show this being establishing and taking one to the other at the pino because they were other things i spinoffs from the mary tyler moore show happy days embed ecole sold all yeah fingers on that for there are examples of building a show around it but to cut go into an already existing show was a carrot to this being established on another show we can come up with another fellow of the hat on i quite like to speak to that person i do have one i do have i have one i have one richard belcher the you're right agreed in actor he holds all rangel who lord holds the record for playing the same character john munch on about 12 different show because he did homicide as well these are the homeless that live in the street them moved to law and order ask for you but as a joke he keeps showing up in different shows as months he's been arrested if element he's been simpson's he's been the xfiles eastern all sorts of stuff as as this little burbank in jail because he has the ozone layer aegis will show up in the background for two or three fathur alerted us it is good and he started often completely unrelated show and then popped up a law and order spa but what that means quit lanese at then you have to have multiple morgan spinoffs from this point on you have to have your own frazier type spinoff i i have to be in the simpson.

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