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"john peers" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Shudder is a must have subscription sign up and subscribed to shudder. Just go over a few of the of the results that we had today. Because these are both night's session matches in new york why we're up. Six eighteen in the morning have not gone to bed But during daytime. In britain sunday evening and a much earlier in the day in new york they had the doubles the men's doubles semifinals. And it's it's yet more success for great britain because there is going to be a guaranteed british player in the men's doubles winning the title. Because it's going to be joe souls of great britain alongside his american opponent. American partner ranchi ramp up against jamie murray of great britain and his brazilian partner. Brunner swears now. Ram and souls repeats. Steve johnson sam query seven. Six six. four they. They were superb. Ramen salisbury absolutely fabulous in that match. I thought Marine suarez really interesting contrast in styles in the way that they played against john peers and fit policy who a big hitters and and they just kind of play. Classic doubles tennis to to overcome them six. Four in the third it was it was great to see and didn't realize i think i'd heard it. I had heard that bruno suarez have been on well new new when he was in tokyo traveled to tokyo and had appendicitis whilst on the plane over there and he landed and had to go straight to surgery and i mean he was really unwell and and so they had no chance to prepare for this tournament whatsoever. that come together. Brunei's got his young son with him in the wonderful scenes upon them winning this match them both giving his son a big hug and so yeah a crack and final to look forward to and and yeah just from really good doubles on display. Today really enjoyed it So that's those the highlights from today. We are really preoccupied by those women's singles of course and we'll just have a very quick look ahead to tomorrow which will see the two men's semi-finals played me word. Do they have a lot to live up to just to give you a rundown of Looks like it is actually that doubles final of ram and souls brigands marine. Swear starting things off at twelve o'clock local time to five pm in the uk which catherine will be presenting on amazon prime video. This is all alarmingly soon. Yes very soon very soon in fact that is that twelve hours. Eleven hours time. We haven't gone to bed yet. Still editors my word and then it's Three o'clock local time eight. Pm uk time is done in medvedev against phoenix oj seem of canada and the first of the men's semifinals and the second of them is going to be at midnight. Uk time which is seven pm in new york Between novak djokovic alexander zverev so those are the two men's semi's on the louis armstrong co. I've got the women's semi's sam sto surin junk way against Alexa karachi of chili and desert craft chick of the united states so that match will take place. I at twelve o'clock local time five. Pm uk and then that's followed by coca gulf and katie manali against gabriela dubrovsky and her partner which is Recess stephanie ho. I've forgotten the name of very playful from brazil of course enjoyed watching so much in the doubles the coast of this last year. And so more. Joe salisbury in action alongside traffic in the mixed doubles as well. And they're going to face Jessica and austin cried check. So that's all happening tomorrow. Thoughts on winners. If you've got any thoughts on the winners in the men's singles semi so this point i would be surprised if yanni same bait medvedev personally yes. I'm i'm trying not to be surprised by anything anymore. Wonder whether he might be inspired by it. Yeah he might and know. He certainly tweeted his. Congratulations to lighter. Fernandez there's a real connection. I think between them as much as an age thing. This was the montreal and fairly close. I think They've met once before haven't which was three years ago. And it was a final tiebreak which method of one in canada. It doesn't feel that relevant to me that both such different plays both better players. Of course i have to back. Medvedev i just do. I think that can hurt him. If he's playing well like he has been. He's he's got weapons. You'd have to play his out of his own new top level. I think i'm for such a long period of time. It just feels like a mammoth task or you'd have to have medvedev. Have one of his meltdowns quite honestly where he is. Kind of tail spins. Yeah sure also does happen from time to time. Yeah and then in the second one. We didn't really cover the end of jovic berrettini debris we were recording. Throw it but it sounds like and it looks like djokovic. Talk gear in. I watch the rest of that and he sprite. In the last. Three sets eleven unforced errors in his last week. Combined just picked bertini apart if he's in that form no one is stopping him. I truly believe that even zverev with his wife and his confidence. And the fatty joke fiction in tokyo just just a few weeks ago but the way which was looking the way he was talking there was there was real intent in his words. He the the final question from patrick mcenroe on the court after he'd been very patient in the interview. It's been quite a long interview as well and right at the end. Patrick mcenroe said something about two more to go and he goes no no not doing this next match all on concentrating on no history not talking about that and i just thought fair enough..
"john peers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"All right. Welcome back. It is the Vegas take sharpened Shapiro. You know, it's funny. The lead singer of that band John Popper has lost a lot of weight. He is it like complete transformation. He talk about people that are high risk for getting coven and being in a lot of trouble. John Popper would be one of them. But he's lost a lot of weight, So I give him credit for that. Not really good stats for conservative radio host. That's for sure. By the way, these people are idiots, Marc Bernier. Caleb Wallace. John Peers, Phil Valentine, You all are a bunch of clowns. You lived your life as a clown. You die a clown. You should be a picture of a clown next to your gravestone. You stupid idiots. O brien. They paid the ultimate price. Yeah, but they took people down with them spreading their misinformation. Those are the people that I am talking about. Not people that are dying because they're unvaccinated. I feel horrible for them. I wish they got vaccinated. I feel terrible for their family, their friends You think I would ever donate a dollar to any of these idiots? These right wing conservative host to spread misinformation, and then they die from Covid Go to hell. Go to hell. Burn in hell to 575396. That's how I really feel. I always do that on the show. Let's go. Let's take the pause out. Go to Nelida now lead us next on the Vegas take colonial leader We lost the leader. Let's go to Zachary Zachary. Next on the Vegas Take. Hi, Zachary. What's going on? You're a ghoul. Thank you, Zachary. Let's go to Charles. Charles is next on the Vegas thing, By the way, I'm definitely a ghoul because I want to save your life. Hi, Charles. What's going on? Like like I'm not shaming you for taking the vaccine that you're saying to me for not taking it? Yeah, because I can't kill you from getting the vaccine. That's why if I get the vaccine, I'm not going to harm your health. If I get the vaccine, I can't kill you. If I get the vaccine. If I get the vaccine, I don't spread misinformation. Do I spread misinformation on this show that can harm you, sir. Tell me, do I? Yes or now? Do I spread missing for the Nuremberg code, Sir? I'm asking you a question. Have I spread misinformation about Covid on the show that could affect your health? Yes or no? It depends on what you mean by mission, Sir. I'm going to ask you now, for a third time 100% guarantee it. I have. Okay? As I just said last segment, sir. Get the trump wax out of your ears. I never said it was 100%. As I've said, Master, never 100%. Now I ask you for a third time. Have I ever spread misinformation about Covid on this show that could compromise your health? The numbers like mask. What? Be specific? What have I said about Mass? What have I said about Mass? That's misinformation that they prove that they work. Yes, it is. Proven that mask you help me, Sir. Sir, There are 1000 research studies online that show that while master not 100%. They can. And do they do, sir, I'm checks the virus, sir. Sir, As I said before, and I'll say again Testing Taylor. Yes, sir. It's not testing tail. That's why surgeons have or masked for decades. If you wear a mask, there is a better chance that you are protecting others and yourself. It's not 100% foolproof, but for you to go on the radio and say that I am spreading misinformation. Where? Tell me something I've said about mass. That is misinformation. I'm giving you the opportunity. Give me anything about Covid that I've said on this show. I just don't know what the test entails. Do they put out in somebody's face and spread of that? Yes, Yes, there have been studies with droplets that come out of your nose and out of your mouth And it is proven that it can help not 100%. But it can help prevent the spread of virus. I have never said 100% on this show. So now I will ask you now I will ask you for 1/5 time. One of I specifically said about Covid. That is misinformation on this show that could hurt or harm or kill people because I gave you a number of names of people that have died from Golvin that have spread misinformation. I'm now asking you for 1/5 time. Be specific. What have I said on the show that his blade misinformation that can hurt people? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Thank you, Charles. Your silence speaks volumes to 575396. Let's go to John John is next on the Vegas Take what's going on, John. Hey, Brian. Hey, man. I'm with you, Uh, when these fraud to get on the radio and hurt other people die Hallelujah partner in fact, I would say that you start some sort of pull or something or celebratory event. Every time one of these clowns dies. We go out and have a couple drinks together. You and you and Kate on the audience. But, you know, I've got a very interesting question for you, Brian. That is wild. John. Even for you, that's wild. You want to? You want to toast the death of these people? More die tomorrow. What kind of a ghoul are you, John? A J. D. John, Are you a Satanist? Look in the mirror, serious, serious question person that Brian's talking about found an awful lot like you. And my question is Brian. I have never. I have never wanted deterred anyone from getting the vaccine. I've just I'm very I'm very, very well here. Here's Here's how things are going right now, if you look up the definition Of anti vax. Merriam Webster Dictionary. It says. Anyone who does not want to get the vaccine or who opposes laws mandating the vaccine. They've literally changed the definition to make people like me. It seems like we're we're really to demonize people like me. Who simply I'm not anti vax. I'm just not anti. I'm just anti this backs for me. Not for you, and I'm very anti mandate. And now even Webster's dictionary is conflating. Those things. Go ahead, John. When you take the totality of what you said J. D. You're very good at finding the exception to the rule and and your audience is dump and they're going to take what you say is gospel, so it if 95 out of 100, you're going to find those five exceptions and you're going to tell them on the radio like they're the golden role and they're not People are going to get hurt, and I bet you somebody's gotten sick and died listening to you on Kate on. I bet you anything you want to, but you don't pay your back. So I can't. I guess I can't fight you, John. We questioned you. Yeah, Go ahead, John. What's up? Dr. My question to you, Brian is if the guy sitting across the council from you get sick and die, you know, I'll be honest with you. J D. I'm not going to feel sorry for you at all. Okay. So let me responsible. And John, I wouldn't expect you to Let me respond to that, John and And I guess, John, this is a little bit where we disagree. Um Don't wish anybody to die. And I never have But what? I have been very consistent on this show. Is this if somebody like Caleb Wallace Who spewed misinformation held anti vaccination rallies and anti mask rallies. If somebody like that dies, I say good rhythms. While I didn't wish for him to die, the world's probably a safer place now that he's six ft. Underneath the ground. I hope that makes sense. Let's go to David. David is next on the Vegas Take What's going on. David could call Joe What's up, David? Hey, how you guys doing? Doing all right, I've got three quick points. The first one was about the military member that went into the hospital due to his golf stone. You know, usually when people going with golf as they do a sonogram to make it look and see if they have gall stones, and then they go in for surgery. I don't know a single person that's going in for surgery for Covid. So they're on the hospital. Really? For not giving him that surgery and allowing him to go. So let me let me stop you right there. Let me stop you right there. Let me stop you right there and explain the situation. David is 100% wrong. When you have a surgery there. Okay, So David, David David, it's my turn. Now it's my turn. Uh, when somebody goes into surgery, there are situations where sometimes they are put in the I C u There could be complications on that. So a hospital will not put you underneath unless they know that if something goes wrong, and they're in a dire situation, there is an ICU bed ready for them. How can you be that ignorant that you don't know that? No, I'm not that ignorant. What did I say? That's wrong there. You think they're going to put somebody in the hot? Get this idiot off the show. You think you think they're gonna hold on a second? Disagree? It's not a disagreement is so J d J d. J d. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on, holding on holding on. This is not a disagreement. This is a fact. And it's logic for anybody who has an I Q. Over 20. When the hospital put you underneath the knife for any serious surgery, anything..
"john peers" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"They're playing sort of a single player that's just deigned to turn iraq it to bid bitter doubles. You know. 'cause it's the olympics. I might as well and of course he. He was the the davis cup winning team. A few years ago was married. Sure it so it'll be very interesting that And then it is. Daniel and venus against sandrine and austin for the bronze-medal And then in the mixed. It's semi final stages of love and published shankar against balti- ashkenazi in john peers. That's really good. I like to jump his. Stop taking akbal. Teashops did happen a few times today and he was a little bit pissed off about it as well. It was those. Get down the middle. Where bossi backhand and pays would have had a forehand and ordinarily i think the instinct is to go with the forehand but two or three times it happened pays missed and bazzi was was a bit pave but yeah i mean the jailing nicely apart from that and they was great to see how much that meant to rush pouty beating merit surpass. Today she She loved that. Thanks giving that one lost one now. I'm really looking forward to now. Because i feel like i can allot some time. She fought these matches. I feel like i found it really difficult. Some of them but leaves us with tomorrow. It all starts at three o'clock local time which i think is seven o'clock in the morning from great britain And its current hatching off against public arena buster and then the second semi of jackovitch against verified then the doubles gold medal match in the men's between between active in chile. Dodig this the bronze men's doubles matches. Well follows that and then the mixed doubles semi's also on number one So loads to voter in the second. One of those involves nova chocolate. Of course because it is jukka vicent stolen amaechi against this nina and save so. That's another catholic. Cracking a mixed doubles teams. Really really looking forward to seeing all of that to be quite honest. So i think that that's about it for this edition of the podcast is said we're going to be back every day until the end of the olympics So we'll be back with you again tomorrow night. We are brought to you by out. Very lovely mascots rogue for me. S- castle nassau matt. Zeus for catherine. And billie jean king ability in the dog who is still holidaying at the moments. In in cornwall. As as far scientists short she attended the fancy dress balti marvelous. What does she goes princess she did. It was a star wars specific. Themed fancy dress party right. She was tired and she fell asleep inside. My brother's jedi. Cape our executive producer. Chris l. but lee who also happens to own our mascots for this week matt pronounce them this week for me because i can't remember haida and summer. Oh fantastic and i know that beautiful cats who are quite partial to hug. I've seen the photos and lovely. So and i saw them in our newsletter which you can sign up to which you should sign up to by clicking on the lincoln show.
"john peers" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Hi Dave. . Welcome to function tennis podcast. . I'll Fabio holiday I'm doing great thanks aircraft heavy on and with doubles being such a key part of the game at side the pro world in the pro world just great avid doubles expert on the show and learn a bit about more you untouchables. . So maybe you can start by ten the listeners just a bit about you where you're located what you're up to right now and we can take it from there I like in in. . Sorry in the UK. . Head. . Coach at sint George Hill Lawn. . Tennis, , Club it's a club that's one hundred, , seven years old. . So it's been there a long time. . We've got about four thousand members <unk> pretty busy range of colts <unk> etc and doubles is pretty is pretty busy throughout the club. . Okay. . So four thousand members stats that's a lot of members a day. . How many more active now so that membership split between different tasks gotTa Health and Fitness Section, , we got obviously tennis and we've got a pool of we've got some squash as well <hes> about two thousand play play tennis including a genius Sir Pretty Busy sets up we've got the. . And how many courts you have? ? We've got thirty three courts. . The mixture of different surfaces indoors grass at different of official clay. . So we've got a full range on ice and your head coach there. . Yet on the head coach because the team of twelve coaches coaches right busy at the club especially now with people coming out of lockdown tennis being such a good thing to do with social distancing etcetera have to tennis numbers gone up since this time last year <hes> the participation has yet a court really busy from. . Morning till night with lots of people working from home. . And a sneaking out lunchtime for Gamete friends search it. . It's pretty busy. . And tell me you're also dope coach of too great. . Great doubles team John from John Peers and Mike Venus. . How'd you manage? ? Being the head coach such a big club and also working with these guys. . Yeah, , it's it's challenging. . Sometimes I'm not on the road with them a massive amount I I do some events as when we can fit it in and it works for all of us. . But when they're back in the UK back base, , we we work at the club and we fit in around the the day to Day Club What Club coaching that I do the members like to see the the guys around the guys get involved on the court with some of the members which is great and members really enjoy that. . Exhibitions and clinics and things. . It's it's nice to have them around. . And here you having a good week this week they took a nice English scalp in the first round in Rome. . Yeah. . The did they played. . Jamie Murray near Skopje Fest? ? Round and which obviously J. me was was one of John's previous partners and then yesterday that a came through fourteen twelve in the final set breaker against John's partner from last year, , which was Henry Continent finished guy. . At the top level, , they're all playing people they've played before, which , must make. . It's so interesting. . How, , from how do you coach or head of players deal with known that the other guy knows all their secrets are patrons may be a better word yet it's good. . Yeah. . Lots of players play with with certain patterns in they do specific things at certain times. . So it's it's know we speak regularly before the matches. . Go through what the opponents, , what we might expect them to do what they did against them last time if they did it against the lost time and it was successful low probably good again, , if if they didn't work than the opponent will change it. . So we've got to be prepared for things to change and it might change through the course match nobody plays exactly the same way all the time
Interview with Dave Collins
"Hi Dave. Welcome to function tennis podcast. I'll Fabio holiday I'm doing great thanks aircraft heavy on and with doubles being such a key part of the game at side the pro world in the pro world just great avid doubles expert on the show and learn a bit about more you untouchables. So maybe you can start by ten the listeners just a bit about you where you're located what you're up to right now and we can take it from there I like in in. Sorry in the UK. Head. Coach at sint George Hill Lawn. Tennis, Club it's a club that's one hundred, seven years old. So it's been there a long time. We've got about four thousand members pretty busy range of colts etc and doubles is pretty is pretty busy throughout the club. Okay. So four thousand members stats that's a lot of members a day. How many more active now so that membership split between different tasks gotTa Health and Fitness Section, we got obviously tennis and we've got a pool of we've got some squash as well about two thousand play play tennis including a genius Sir Pretty Busy sets up we've got the. And how many courts you have? We've got thirty three courts. The mixture of different surfaces indoors grass at different of official clay. So we've got a full range on ice and your head coach there. Yet on the head coach because the team of twelve coaches coaches right busy at the club especially now with people coming out of lockdown tennis being such a good thing to do with social distancing etcetera have to tennis numbers gone up since this time last year the participation has yet a court really busy from. Morning till night with lots of people working from home. And a sneaking out lunchtime for Gamete friends search it. It's pretty busy. And tell me you're also dope coach of too great. Great doubles team John from John Peers and Mike Venus. How'd you manage? Being the head coach such a big club and also working with these guys. Yeah, it's it's challenging. Sometimes I'm not on the road with them a massive amount I I do some events as when we can fit it in and it works for all of us. But when they're back in the UK back base, we we work at the club and we fit in around the the day to Day Club What Club coaching that I do the members like to see the the guys around the guys get involved on the court with some of the members which is great and members really enjoy that. Exhibitions and clinics and things. It's it's nice to have them around. And here you having a good week this week they took a nice English scalp in the first round in Rome. Yeah. The did they played. Jamie Murray near Skopje Fest? Round and which obviously J. me was was one of John's previous partners and then yesterday that a came through fourteen twelve in the final set breaker against John's partner from last year, which was Henry Continent finished guy. At the top level, they're all playing people they've played before, which must make. It's so interesting. How, from how do you coach or head of players deal with known that the other guy knows all their secrets are patrons may be a better word yet it's good. Yeah. Lots of players play with with certain patterns in they do specific things at certain times. So it's it's know we speak regularly before the matches. Go through what the opponents, what we might expect them to do what they did against them last time if they did it against the lost time and it was successful low probably good again, if if they didn't work than the opponent will change it. So we've got to be prepared for things to change and it might change through the course match nobody plays exactly the same way all the time
"john peers" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Age doesn't matter I know but I mean I get it and you know but that's smart thinking on her part because I wanted to hold twenty two year old Pamela Anderson yeah you stick with the Hardys about your own age I don't need to be doing right anybody forty five well here's the statement that Jon Peters main to The Hollywood Reporter about his new marriage Pamela has never seen her full potential as an art it artists yet had she has yet to shine in a real way he said there's much more to her than meets the eye or I wouldn't love her so much he goes on to say they're beautiful girls everywhere I could have my pick she hang out he's also a love story he said I could have had my pick but for thirty five years I've only wanted Pamela she makes me wild in a good way because that means he's paying for everything and she won't have any money worries I think it's because you know we're Pamela Anderson is really wealthy when she's gone and the reason I know that is I watched her reality show and she has it all set up you know her merchandise she doesn't want to do it now what she's alive but there are so many iconic amazing beautiful photos of her that are going to be worth a fortune and I you know I guess she I guess she feels like she could have a Marilyn Monroe legacy in the tee shirt you know and all of that they're in yeah very much so we we're even talking about the fact that the state of genes dean is going to resurrect his likeness for video games for movies for all of these I know right so all these things so yeah she just may have to make that arrangement and a she kind of joked about it because she has you know I mean she's not would we say she's had like I did you know this amazing acting career No shoes it had like a renaissance as far as like some role or something she's mostly known for her body her body in a two and a baby yeah you know so I mean there it's not financial stability in that John Peters would I would think what he's worth and gobs of money yeah I mean listen to some of the movies that Jon Peters has produced a star is born back in the seventies flash dance the witches of Eastwick Batman Batman returns I think you did Superman returns as well so I mean he is not hurting right now so it's just and he's just probably are for you know he probably like it certainly sounds like he adores her yes you know all they first met in the mid eighties at the playboy mansion wall he noticed an actress who had just moved to Los Angeles from British Columbia Canada having to be nineteen in yes is gorgeous he said I walked in and saw this little angel sitting at the bar it was pale me she she was like nineteen I knew she would be a big star he said we ended up living together of course Hugh Hefner loved her and saw her beauty it was a girl who was no make up was gorgeous she was very smart and very talented I tried to talk her into doing playboy said don't do playboy focus on a serious career and she said you're nuts she wanted to do playboy and she went on to do thirteen covers now that was John Peters talking about Pamela Anderson back in twenty seventeen all K. so that was the I mean you know it I hope you're happy but a whole but he's not I reason Adam may over is not a mean guy because he's got like some stuff in his past yeah he does is so it John Peters has been sued at least five times for sexual harassment these suits happen from nineteen ninety six until two thousand eight he had to pay out of former assistant three million dollars after a sexual harassment trial so he didn't leave that he could get off of it whatever that woman had it was you know good is that enough they will you know what I'm saying that you like that's a lot of smoke so then it right but I guess he's not in the movie business anymore he's just going to be they're just going to go to Craig's a couple nights a week he only wants to have sex a couple times a week and you know they're gonna travel and just have fun in short have to be an international dance scene woman of going into all these countries doing shows I love no that's what she's been saying and by the way Jon Peters was married to Lesley Ann Warren which was always she was miss TV back in the day that's right and he had a relationship with Catherine zeta Jones at one point in time yeah he has a legendary love life yeah and I don't think he was faithful the barber strays and in their twelve year history together whatever was known and following the wedding Pamela Anderson wrote a poem going no it's his phone was epic his soul do you wanna and you don't have to okay I will say that the end line is god has a plan well I will sell for Pamela this time it yes we all wish them the best of luck no I hope John peers and catcher in the closet scapin Juliana signs in the closet or something like that you know all that could be the end of the got could land right now I'm totally yeah for Tammy sake was just color pale me from all the wood romances is that what it is 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"john peers" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"There's an outbreak. And now they're suggesting that colleges are being affected. Oh, Johnny does now. And they might start quarantining term quarantine quarantine. It's a corn teeny teeny. Yep. They serve. What's the point? Is that von no, it's yeah. It's a little bit of vodka. But you don't want to much because then that's going to kill the bacteria. You know, what you know? What that's actually a great idea to have the the measles drank where it's vodka in like a MARTINI Cup. And then you put little pomegranate seeds in it, either pomegranate seeds or you do little droplets of food coloring. Yeah. We'll just be like little polka dots. Oh in the onto something have. I'll take a measles. Oof. Yeah. Let me have vermouth vaccination. Please. Right. But they might quarantine some of these students UCLA Cal State LA under a boy. Thank well. It's back measles is back back baby. It's back measles is back around the time medical student. He seems like happy about this. You should be like, man. It's back. I can't believe this. But there's sort of a does it with a smile while? It's back. You know, measles is back around the time medical student one. John was born a growing number of parents were around the time medical student one Jin John was one Jin John one. John was cool name. Right. Have you middle name gin gin? John was born. So much Jin is my middle name. Yes. John was born a growing number of parents were questioning whether to vaccinate their infant's based on a now discredited study, so many of John's peers are not protected against measles, yet is a lot of people my age that's in the US measles of climbed to their highest level in twenty five years in the US measles of climbed to their highest level in twenty five years. Congratulations. Everybody say say, you say you say you say I thought we got rid of measles, but we're back. It's back baby climbed to their highest level in twenty five years and with vaccination rates, not as high among young adults public health officials say campuses are a place where the measles infection can spread rapidly. So the older generation always thinks the next generation are morons. Like, our parents thought we were morons, and we'd probably work, you know. And we think the next generation is more. But we might getting beginning to the point where we're right where you know, the kids that are not getting the measles shot. It's not the kids fall. It's the parents the parents didn't give these kids the measles vaccination. Parents. So it's probably the most contagious of all viral illnesses that we have out there. Did you hear that? Have you heard that? So it's probably the most contagious of all illnesses that we have out there. The most contagious of all of illnesses that we have out there. Anybody getting this? The most contagious of all illnesses that we have out there. How about a little of that vaccination kids? Doctors say many young adults in California are less likely to be vaccinated because of the Wakefield effect. The Wakefield said he goes of the Wakefield affect the Wakefield said he came out in nineteen ninety eight when many of these young adults.
"john peers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With the Notre Dame in mind were heading straight tip Paris. I fell in love with the city before it ever even been there. John peer Zsolnay film already. It's one of the most revitalizing pieces of art. I've ever experienced in my favorite scene surge of love an urge to help mankind. Suddenly engulfs me. She guides the blind man across the street frantically narrating their surroundings rebuilding his visual world as they stride manically down. Appreciate sidewalk Cecile will be only will be gone Pearson score. Should step down off. We go. Tumbled. And. Married to at those up. I'll send you do that in Belgium. So did you feel that they demand appointments? In the bakery window there lollipops. Some discipline. They're giving up melon slices sugarplum ice cream. For some visual. Jeff entity said now, she's check. Gets people on fishing events Kevi. At the butcher's babies watching a dog. That's watching the chickens roasting. No, they participate in what? You're listening to live from here. Welcome back to live from here performing here at the town hall, New York City of means that.
"john peers" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Alleged Nexium sex trafficking. Cult case has pleaded guilty in Brooklyn federal court, the forty year old Seagram's heiress Clare Bronfman who used her fortune. To fund the group is set to plead guilty to charges related to a role with the Colt. In addition, she and Nexium alleged bookkeeper, Cathy Russell have cut deals to cooperate with the government Bronfman has been out on one hundred million dollars bond since her arrest last, July. Meantime, smallville actress Allison Mack pled guilty for her role in the upstate New York. Holt and the cult founder Keith Rene faces trial in your city later this month. I'm Lisa G. W O R news a six year old boys. Okay. After falling from a window in the kingsbridge section of the Bronx last night. Neighbors were stunned to hear the child dropped twenty five feet from a third floor apartment by no the kid. I was a little boy with the parents that good parents berry. This is horrible the boys recovering from non-life threatening injuries. The boy's parents were installing an air conditioner at the time of his fall along island communities in mourning. After a popular Reverend was killed in an accident parisioners of the law. Long Island Marta church in Merrick say Reverend momentum had given a sermon just hours before he was killed in a crash. I don't know how to face it. A thirty say twenty three year old Christopher Gomez Almandares was high on drugs when he rear ended the Reverend causing him to lose control of his vehicle and crash into a tree it happened. Shortly after midnight Friday on the southern state Parkway near exit thirty former vice president Joe Biden will reportedly enter the twenty twenty presidential race next week. He chose not to seek the presidency in two thousand sixteen after the death of his son while Biden has strong name recognition. His team has reportedly been lagging in the logistics of fundraising in the digital age has Democrats are demanding access to the unredacted Mola report, we need the full report, including the grand jury information. That's what happened in Watergate is what happened the can store report where entitled to entire report not just redacted version, congressman Ted lieu from the House Judiciary committee says they plan to hold hearings interview. Witnesses and gather more documents attorney general Bill bar has already agreed to a. Appear before the house and Senate Judiciary panels early next month. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is calling on the house to initiate impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Correspondent Tom Roberts. In a tweet on Friday, the democratic presidential hopeful reference special counsel, Robert Mueller's final report she said the severity of misconduct amazing elected officials in both parties, set aside, political considerations and do their constitutional duty. Warren argued that ignoring president repeated efforts to obstruct an investigation into his own disloyal behavior would inflict great and lasting damage on the US. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Connecticut woman who is famous for her paranormal investigations has died. The New England society for psychic research says Lorraine Warren pass away in her sleep Thursday night at the age of ninety two she gained fame after she. And her husband had worn led the investigation into the case that inspired the movie the Amityville horror and say John's peers profound, it's next men's basketball. Coach multiple reports say the red storm are expected to hire former Arkansas coach Mike Anderson to replace the deported, Chris Mullin and this report is sponsored by the Ad Council. Nobody likes an awkward silence. But sometime. It can be.
"john peers" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"This guy is probably the best defender in the world. And then he's got this ad it live tactic. Okay. Probably the most dominant aggressive Byron about interesting. How can you beat them really varies? Only one guy. He would give a chance against Donald this phone, and that is Djokovic at his best because he can do things dollar other place count movement is back, and and hey Carlos Moya Kate you found he's been coached by his uncle tiny whole career. He's a seventeen time grand slam champion already is the city is hold in colors. More said heavy and changed yourself. You're gonna make you play bit differently. May be more aggressive and well credit to them. Both. Isn't it not gone? Call us at one seventeen. All right. Thanks, so stay with and colours. Having the idea to do it for making all of it. I mean, that's pretty amazing, isn't it? And the thing about you know, will go around saying earlier about the the traits necessary to two big good coach. You need to be able to even know have a big old p to be able to put your ego saw. And I think that also applies the player if you big unique to accept the advice the paying for today as she now, I'm doing, you know, that's that's not. That's not the way. I think is one thing implying someone instead of taking the box boxing going. Yeah. They seem great. But she even telling you you doing things wrong any have been doing things wrong. She takes police soloing to accept all of that. So I find extraordinary that a thirty rose seventeen. So I'm grandson champion and his courage have done that. Couple of quick results to bring you the men's doubles final has been set up, and it's going to be on consonant and John peers against too. But I really like get a Nick Lima who about into the men's finals, and I there's a there's a little story in the blog about what a nice play area. Okay. Make sure you. It sounds going. Okay. I'm ready yet. I'm looking forward to that. So yet fine. We'll do that Neil scerzusky British player in the mixed doubles lost out alongside Martin as Sanchez against ram CRA chits cover the third seeds. So they're in the final. Because I just got it wrong. That's that's that's about what I got to tell you for that. We will be back tomorrow. We're we're hopeful. We might have another guest. I'm not saying anymore. That will say make sure you follow us on Instagram and Twitter has been set. Shoot has Goran his yes, I'd say he's delivered after being stalked and Sonatine newsletter which will have predictions in it and. Grind blog. Make sure tell people folks we've had lots of notes into a saying I told somebody who's sitting next to me at the tennis diabanded tennis podcast. I've been telling people at my in my school. I've been telling people at work keep doing that fights. I'm moving with another tennis podcast for you tomorrow in association with the time. Thanks for listening to this one say tomorrow..
"john peers" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"There was even this French guy who's a well known Kremlin. Propagandist. Who is on this whole crusade to convince the west that it needs. Aides to legalize recognize Crimea. So he was put in charge of this board. So his name's John peered Toma. He's the new chairman of Roussel's board. He previously advised the former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, if you've been following our cozy he's cozy is as corrupt as they come and more recently guy has been all over Russian state TV pushing conspiracy theories about chemical weapons in Syria asserting that the Russian government could have been involved in the poisoning. Sergei scribble all of it. Like, he's like a Kremlin. Wet dream of a western useful idiot pushing their agenda and as part of this deal with the US treasury. He is now the new chairman of the board. Of course, he is. So to all of you inside the beltway policy wonks were defending this deal. Go look yourselves in the mirror and have a conversation with your cell about how you feel about human rights and be honest with yourself because from your very limited analysis. It's very clear how you. Feel about human rights. And that's part of the problem of where the world is today. Yeah, I think people often they don't see the big picture, and it's ironic because for the last decade, basically since the global financial collapse, we've been having all these discussions in the US about the one percent about the dangers of plutocracy about how are not able to function as democracy when there's endless dark money put into politics that people have been denied opportunities. That opportunities hoarded by the wealthy. There's incredible corruption etcetera etcetera and people like Dera Pasqua absolutely embody this trend. You know, this is the Russian equivalent of any loathed American corollary like the coke brothers. Or whoever your preferred enemies yet? There's this a hesitation to fully realize that this translates into actual consequences for everyday human beings. This isn't just about like he's the enemy, and we need to target him or US versus Russia or Trump and his friends like this has console. Quences for people living there and living here because they've Dow he's he has massive influence on our government as well as well, as you know, as you mentioned on the UK, but that's why it's really disconcerting to see the votes recently in the Senate on Russian sanctions in two thousand seventeen the US at least fell an obligation to keep up the pretense of condemning the interference of Russia in our election system, as well as broader, you know, assault on human rights, like the invasion of Crimea, for example, in two thousand seventeen under Trump one of the rare motions in the Senate that when ninety eight to two was approval of Russian sanctions, the only senators who did not want Russian sanctions where rand Paul and Bernie Sanders now the Republicans are openly on board with Russia all of them. I think eleven of them broke ranks and voted with the Democrats. The rest of the Republicans voted to end debate on Russian sanctions the ultimate VO. What was fifty seven to forty two. No Democrats voted against sanctions, but they don't have control of the Senate. And so that's very disconcerting as you were saying before they find people who they can effectively own. This is not a minor player anywhere. He goes they live way way above the law. But it's frightening to see our own lawmakers so cowed so afraid and with such little regard to their own constituency and so much regard for this one individual who has led a life of corruption. So yeah, it's it's not good. Yeah. And I wanna say it's important for us to especially this week. We just had a milk. Ada Martin Luther King junior day honoring all important moral leadership that he showed us he had that famous quote injustice anywhere is a threat to Justice everywhere. MLK said to us. We are caught an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny, whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. And that has always been a guiding force for me because whatever happens over there, whether it's the refugee crisis or the Kremlin's Warren, Ukraine, it eventually comes to us and we've seen that. And so I want people on the left, especially especially those that believe in economic Justice, especially those that are terrified of the global crisis of income inequality, which is only going to get worse as automation increases as retail companies disappear and so forth..
"john peers" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sure everybody came into safer one. Make sure we all get homesick heavy smoke condition like that things can get confusing, and he actually. Ref house co reported shortly before five thirty this morning at the building at four thirty five. Fifty second street an eighty nine year old man in an eighty five year old woman were killed a firefighter. Also, suffered minor injuries that luxury river house building has been home to a number of celebrities, including former secretary of state, Henry Kissinger and actress Oma Thurman, I'm sue Guzman on seven ten w o our friends and family saying goodbye today to an eleven year old boy who died in Brooklyn from an apparent allergic reaction to fumes from fish. That would have been cooked in a relative's home funeral today for eleven year old Cameron John peer who died on New Year's day. Doctor say he had a severe asthma attack after breathing in fumes from salt fish, which is a well known Caribbean dish another democrat jumping into the race for the White House. Former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro making his twenty twenty bid official today with a big rally in Texas. And that's why we're all here this morning because we're gonna make sure that the promise of America is available to everyone. In this percents. The forty four year old formerly announcing his bid, not far from the church where he was baptized joins what's likely to be a very crowded democratic presidential field as you heard on wwl war, the Minnesota golden gophers beat up. Rutgers eighty eight to seventy Rangers beat the islanders this afternoon to one at the Barclay center. Devil slid past the flyers three to two at the rock NFL playoffs. The chiefs are up twenty four to seven over the colts late in the second quarter. And.
"john peers" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"I'm your host Neal Asbury, and we got a really really special guest with us right now, we're very pleased to have with us. Dr Jean-Pierre is ballots, a very very successful author twelve books for National Geographic an historian on the holy land. But also, a film director of film writer and producer in the Disney company in the Disney family was looking for someone to tell the story of its founder, Walt Disney, and who would be a very honest voice about Walt in his work in his relationships with his employees's, the creative side the entrepreneurial side, and they hired John peer to do that in the movie that he produced Walt the man behind the myth. You can see it now on net flicks won't which was fired by his first editor because he lacked. Imagination. He went to more than one hundred banks before he found anyone that would loan him money for DisneyWorld. I mean, the guy was relentless he was a visionary. But he was entrepreneur is an entrepreneur. He is a, you know, an amazing, man. I mean, he which is so persistent, and that's what entrepeneurship entrepreneurialism is all about is never giving up. Never give me. You know, you're gonna have your downs in they're going to beat you up. But just get yourself back up dust yourself off and get right back into the game. But the Wiki treated as people in this people were to him in a in a state with them for for many many years, and he had this really great team of people that that. Wow. Look at what they produced. An absolute incredible American story John peers here with us right now, John, you know, so when you worked on this documentary in have access to all this information in his ex employees. What did you see there? I mean, we we all talk about the creative side of Walt Disney. How about the entrepreneurial? Side of what Disney in how he created his empire in his business in his in his relation with his employees. I mean, there was a whole lot going on to keep that together. Absolutely. The that's one of the myths that we were trying to get through with this film. You know, we started this film many years ago when many of the collaborators that worked on Snow White and all these wonderful classics were still alive, and that was the myth. We were going for. What is it that motivated this man to come up with these incredible ideas, here's a very simple man from the mid west. He's not very educated doesn't have a formal education doesn't have a formal education as a draftsman. And yet he has these really in the ideas and has the drive to make them happen. Then of course, he couldn't do that by himself. So what made him motivated his employees to have this tremendous loyalty to them. And I think it's did they fear him was. Did they fear him? You know, what what? Kept it together. I know tough was he tough. They perfectionist. I mean was he really driving for perfection? He knew what he wanted. He knew what he wanted is a great story about the sweat box. This went Boggs was the screening room, and whenever the narrative an animator finished a piece of line art animation for a picture, it would be screened in the screen behind the sweat box. Wall would come in, you know, growth sit down, and then he would have his comments that he would war come. Then you would never praise you to his face. You would he would never praise you to your face. And what he would do though it's still other people about the great work. You're doing he thought that's how we created loyalty. Among those people. It's one thing to tell you find job. It's quite another to turn to others and say, you know, John LUKA with John Tom Lewis, married it that is fine work. I think that's part of myth of how we created this. Incredible loyalty was it was it for him. Was it was it about wealth creation or was it about the art feed? Couldn't care less about Monday. Quite frankly, imagine today, any president of a major Hollywood studio mortgaging his own house to finance a picture, right? We'd be crazy yet. That's what he did. He does what he did for Snow White. It was very to do that. When he wanted to build Disneyland. He was prepared to put his own home his own finances on the line to see it happen. So strong was that grind to see these creative ideas realized right in you talk about you know, the under the entrepreneurialism. I mean, he was the ultimate entrepreneur. Absolutely. He created out of out of nothing. But I'm I must give credit to ROY because brother, his brother, ROY younger, brother. Right. He was older ROY was older was slightly younger than ROY. And ROY made it have Walter the ideas that creativity and ROY make the finances happen. And sometimes there was tension. You know, but it was a unique duo that created the Walt Disney brothers studio was his wife involved. His wife was not that much. Evolved. She was the homemaker she stayed at home. She raised their two daughters like the mid west family. Exactly that he was born in lewiston, Idaho. She was a very solid very dependable a homemaker on. That's she was comfortable. She was not comfortable to the Hollywood scene. Like we would have today. Been would she lived much longer from Walt? Yes, she did she the much longer than walls, and and really kept his his Rhema live. And of course, Diane their daughter is who initiated this film. I mean, she's the one who said I want to see a film that really explains. The unique creative genius that my. But my father was the only a creative genius. But also as a father as a husband as a man and Beth what we tried to do. Excellent. You could see it on net. Flicks. Walt the man behind the myth. In the man behind the man behind the myth has just spoke to us. Dr Jean-Pierre is an incredible author film writer director, and producer were so happy to have you with us. And by the way. Gianpiero look forward to collaborating together with you on our book together, the discovery of the Americas in the founding of the United States is going to be out soon. You don't wanna miss that? Either coming up. Dr rough were gonna have a few final thoughts for the.
"john peers" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"To made in America. I'm your host Neal Asbury, and we got a really really special guest with us right now, we're very pleased to have with us. Dr Jean-Pierre is ballots, a very very successful author twelve books for National Geographic historian on the holy land. But also, a film director of film writer and producer in the Disney company in the Disney family was looking for someone to tell the story of its founder, Walt Disney, and who would be a very honest voice about Walt in his work in his relationships with his employees. The creative side the entrepreneurial sign and they hired John peer to do that in the movie that he produced Walt the man behind the myth. You can see it now on Netflix won't which was fired by his first editor because he lacked imagination. He went to more than one hundred banks before he found anyone that would loan him money for DisneyWorld. I mean, the guy was relentless he was a visionary. But he was entrepreneur. And as an entrepreneur, he is a, you know, he an amazing, man. I mean, he which is so persistent, and that's what entrepreneurialism entrepreneurialism is all about is never giving up never giving. You know, you're going to have your downs in they're going to beat you up. But just get yourself back up dust yourself off and get right back into the game. But the way he treated his people in this people were wild to him in a in a state with them for for many many years, and he had this really great team of people that that. Wow. Look at what they produced. An absolute incredible American story John peers here with his right now, John so when you worked on this documentary, and and had access to all this information and all his ex employees. What did you see there? I mean, we we all talk about the creative side of Walt Disney. How about the entrepreneurial side of what? Disney in how he created his empire in his business in his in his relation with his employees. I mean, there was a whole lot going on to keep that together. Absolutely. That's one of the myths that we were trying to get through with this film. We started this film many years ago when many of the collaborators that worked on Snow White and all these wonderful classics were still alive, and that was the myth that we were going for. What is it that motivated this man to come up with these incredible ideas, here's a very simple man from the mid west. He's not very educated doesn't have a formal education doesn't have a formal education as a draftsman. And yet he has these brilliant ideas and has the drive to make them happen. Then of course, he couldn't do that by himself. So what made him motivate employees to have this tremendous loyalty to them. And I think it's did they fear him was. Did they fear him that they you know, what what kept it together? Not tough was he? Tough. Perfectionist? I mean was he really driving for perfection? He knew what he wanted. He knew what he wanted the great story about the sweat box. The sweat box was the screening room, and whenever the narrator an animator finished a piece of line art animation for a picture that would be screened in the screen by the sweat box. Wall would come in, you know, sit down, and then he would have his comments that he would walk up then you would never praise you to his face. He would he would never praise you to your face. And what he would do though is still other people about the great work. You're doing he thought that's how we created loyalty. Among those people. It's one thing to tell you find job. It's quite another to turn to others and say, you know, John John looking with Tom married it that is fine work. I think that's part of the myths of how we created this incredible loyalty. Was it was it for him? Was it was it about wealth creation or was it about the art? He'd couldn't care less about money, quite frankly. Imagine today any president of a major Hollywood studio mortgaging his own house to finance a picture, right? We'd be crazy. A yet. That's what he did. He does what he did for Snow White. It was very to do that. When he wanted to build Zealand. He was prepared to put his own home his own finances on the line to see it happen. So strong was that grime to see these creative ideas realized right in you talk about you know, the under the entrepreneurialism. I mean, he was the ultimate entrepreneur. Absolutely. He created out of out of nothing. But I I must give credit to ROY because brother his brother, ROY, his younger, brother. Right. He was older ROY was older was slightly younger than ROY. And ROY made it have Walter the ideas, the creativity and ROY make the finances happen and sometimes the retention, you know, but it was a unique duo that created the Walt Disney brothers studio was his wife and bomb. His wife was not that much involved. She was. The homemaker she stayed at home. She raised their two daughters like the mid west. That he was born in lewiston, Idaho. She was a very. Solid. Very dependable a homemaker on. That's she was comfortable. She was not comfortable in the Hollywood scene. Like we would have today. Been would did she live much longer from? Yes, she did she the much longer than walls, and and really kept his his real live. And of course, Diane their daughter is who initiated this film. I mean, she's the one who said I want to see a film really explains. The unique creative genius that my that. My father was not only as creative genius. But also as a father as a husband as a man and Beth what we tried to do. Excellent. You could see it on net. Flicks. Walt the man behind the myth in the man behind the man behind the myth has just spoke to us. Dr Jean-Pierre is an incredible author film, writer director and producer. We're so happy to have you with us. And by the way, you're up here. I look forward to collaborating together with you on our book together, the discovery of the Americas. In the founding of the United States is going to be out soon. You don't wanna miss that? Either coming up Dr rough when I going to have a few final thoughts for the day. Made.
"john peers" Discussed on KOMO
"Forty eight degrees at seatac airport along with Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. All of a sudden interstate ninety Snoqualmie pass is closed in both directions right now. It's a snow rain mix that's making for icy conditions and collisions or blocking the roadway. Komo's Carleen Johnson. Just talked with state patrol for an update joins us live. Well, eastbound traffic's closed at north bend mile marker thirty four and for those coming westbound. They are shut down at Ellensburg mile marker one oh, six trooper Julie Fisher tells me they have several collisions to clear and DOT is asked them to shut down the roadway. So they can get in there and treat the roads have their tools out there to get that roadway. Clear. We want to make sure we give them the space. They need to do it effectively. So we can reopen as quickly as possible estimated time to open the highway. We do not have that. As yet trooper Fischer says, she knows it's bad timing Fridays. Lots of people trying to get over the mountain passes, especially going east for a long weekend. She advises people not to head out not to get stuck in your vehicle. Unprepared to be a very cold and unpleasant experience, and I have seen travelers who are stuck in store. San know didn't have any water or the necessities that they needed just to be comfortable, and you don't wanna put yourself in that position reporting live. Carleen johnson. Komo news of the impending closure. The Alaskan way viaduct which actually begins today. As some partial restrictions will kick in komo's Brian Calvert has more live from near the stadiums. John peers and others at the State Department of transportation have been saying January eleventh over and over as the closure date for the viaducts, but part of the doom structure actually closes tonight. The ramp.
"john peers" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"You're just getting lean and getting shredded, and it's like kind of almost it's hard to understand like, what is it for? And you can look at me and look at the power in career and think the same thing because it's hard once you get caught up in something. I don't know. You know, football, we bang our heads against each. I don't know like we just love it and you get to a point where you just you'd committed to it and that's doing. But the bodybuilding, like as a lifestyle, like I'm getting ready to bodybuilding show at the end of August, and I'm excited for and I'm really glad to do it, but I don't wanna make this like my permanent lifestyle of having like every. Thing center around bodybuilding powerlifting. I would say that I had power thing kind of center around me rather than me, you know, rather than rather than half having powerlifting run my life. It makes sense. And I don't want you know bodybuilding. It doesn't seem like there's any other way to do it. When you get on stage, seems like there's one way to do it in a has to run your life or at least a period of time y. You kinda voided it. Well, I, I saw the downside to it. I I saw well, I, the amount of money had to spend for the gear was like, holy, fuck you spending that much then then I always like, okay, what other rewards? I mean, what are the rewards in in in a good thing for me was going to golds gym in seeing, wow, sometimes the ends don't justify the means. Sometimes you can be a celebrity or you can do powerlifter. He can be a bodybuilder and you can still be sleeping in your car. Yeah, you know what I mean? Where's? Where's? This was the justification to to sacrifice in you? See it sacrifice, family, sacrificed, friends, sacrifice, relationships. Careers. You know what I mean? Some people go. I mean, it's it's it's such a perversion of life of how it's done. Sometimes you like, wow, do I do? I want to go down this road in because then you have to success. You see Arnold like, fuck obviously, you wanna do it. That's amazing. Grace thing ever did. It is one of him. Then you see the downsides, like the Mets brothers, they made their mind snapped and then kill themselves. Probably one of the best disease in the eighties, you know? And yes, it's it's weird. It's a weird, like you said, it's hard to describe what it's like. So seeing all seeing haring witnessing so much. Probably I probably saw more negative because at goals in the nineties, it was an explosion of of size. You know what I mean? It was like Arnold competed what? Two twenty five also Lee Haney competed like two thirty to forty putting on size yet. A young dorien chasing Lee Haney. All right. Yeah. So now he's competing to eighty. Then also Lee Haines the free. He's competed two hundred and in the nineties you had. I mean, there was a Nassarawa somebody. John peer Fuchs there was Dorian. It was Ronnie Coleman. Paul let Paul delay these guys were fucking grill is in there all a few pound shy of three hundred pounds. And that's what massive massive. And that's what the sport dictated. Big one back then. You know what I mean? Big, big beat over anything. You know, I always thought flexible had the best physique ever, but they gave it a Ronnie Coleman because he was fucking massive. You know what I mean in in witnessing what these guys did it, what it took in spot enough. I realize that's really not for me. And you look back now like the best decision every 'cause I mean, you hate to say, I mean, there's a whole wall in the third Roman, probably seven percent of those guys are dead. You know, in Ron Coleman, you know, who's the the Mr. Olympia through in come out feeling a little bit better than this couple years, but it doesn't look like, all right. He's taken a beating in like the guys that mentioned NASA. He's passed away. Mike Morozov passed away. Paul Demeo massive passed away..
"john peers" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Okay here's a question for you how many nazis and holocaust deniers and or explicit white nationalist or pro confederacy fetishists are running for office here at least half a dozen and weirdly they're all running as republicans including the actual avowed nazi arthur jones running in chicago area congressional district who republican senator ted cruz of texas instructive odors not to vote for even if it meant choosing the democrat there's also a holocaust denier running for congress in california as a republican a white supremacist running for the state house in north carolina in wisconsin paul nilanthi selfdescribed pro white candidate once the darling of breitbart and steve bannon is running for paul ryan seat pro confetti fetters e candidate corey stewart is running for us senate from virginia he's been openly supported by president trump and then there's this guy seth grossman running any swing congressional district in new jersey who made plenty of bigoted remarks but only lost his endorsement after media matters unearth his enthusiastic endorsement of a twenty fourteen white nash list propaganda piece that said black people quote are a threat to all those who cross their pats cream john peers spokesperson and senior adviser for move on jason kinder's a former missouri secretary of state current president voting rights organization let america vote and mcmullan is a former chief policy director of the house republican conference and ran for president in two thousand sixteen as an independent evan arthur jones story in dan lipinski's district in congress it's a little bit weird one he sort of snuck in there no one had filed he's explicit like american nazi that could be sort of chalked up as a kind of weird wrinkle of this sort of odious gadfly but there's more than that here there is something that's really a nerve ing here my wrong mill you're right about that but i think even in the arthur jones case he made a decision to run as a republican and true he made it he might have seen an opportunity there to gather the signatures required and sneak onto the ballot when no one else would given the nature the district but there's a reason why the republican party is attracting these types of candidates and it's because there is an audience in the party for this kind of candidate for this kind of corrosive cancerous unamerican ideology and and these candidates are running as republicans not democrats there's a reason for that yeah this grossman story is really remarkable when me korean i mean this is someone this is a swing district this is someone who there was a lot of stories about really nasty stuff that he'd said bigoted statements he made nrc had endorsed him stuck with him and then this is what he he wrote this link to this article and the article said this my experiences taught me that blacks are different by almost any measure to all of their people they cannot reason as well they cannot communicate as well they cannot control their impulses as well they are a threat to all who cross their paths black black alike that is textbook textbook white supremacy racist and here's the thing chris i mean white supremacy racism has been around for a long time since the beginning of this country so that is actually not new what's new here is the they are now empowered to publicly run right as a white supremacist and all the other awful hateful things that they listing themselves under and that is what has changed and i think the direct link to that is donald trump donald trump has given them the green light to be public to be out there because he doesn't have a he doesn't have a whistle he has a bull morin we talks about racism and we talked about this type of white identity politics that really all of this is under and and when you have the head of the republican party when you have the president of the united states donald trump watching a protesters neo nazis marching down charlottesville and praising them what are you doing you're enabling that you're giving a green light to that and that is what where we are today unfortunately the new the poll known cases interesting to jason i want to be careful means republicans really have checked it now and he is you know there's a lot of folks said he's odious but this is a guy who the president tweeted about enthusiastically backfired breitbart bannon was a big fan of him i think appeared at a.
"john peers" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Okay so there was some hands involve different own law there was a lot as sure you're one of the producers on this was a john peters who is famously known for being a crazy person okay i put it mildly in big super producer and yet him in burton were just fucking going at at the entire the entire shoe therby days where bird which are upset and peers are just go i had this idea last night okay so what if at the end of the movie the joker takes vicky veil up to this cathedral they have a fight and he's like okay i mean that's not really the ending we row but he's like i guess we're doing it 'cause you're paying for all of this i guess we got a shoot this now and there's a lot of weird back and forth with this movie jump peter's is famous for being the guy who put the giant spider in the wild wild west movie all because he wanted it in the superman movie they were produced at britain was going to make yeah what's yes receptor like he was like a something involving his kid these i i was looking at spyders and how they move how terrifying they are sorry time he produced one of these big movies he was insisting on get the john spider there is a great story win george miller was making the which is beast whic which is about which is by the way fair where george miller shows at the sat one day and john peers walks have been goes okay i've got a brilliant idea what if this movie is all of a sudden about aliens and hammond jack nicholson our like you gotta be fucking kidding me and they had alike did a shut down production for a whole data talk john peters out of making this a movie suddenly about ufos so if there is like a lot of weird schisms in this mojo khairil light what that for a lot of that comes rocket that makes a lot more yes ends at so anyway.