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"john roos" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"No, no. But in like a way that you respect like, okay? He's like the real deal. Like, he's like, yeah. He's funny. I worked on his reality show for a little bit. But like he's like a hustler teaching his kids to do it too. Like, I remember they like found a love Mike, and he was like they're going to give it back like we found this. And he's like, no they need to buy it off you. He's like trying to teach them like you found it. They need to pay you love like he's like. Yeah. He doesn't fuck around. And he's funny. He makes big demand. He gets what he wants. I to meet him twice. And I've chickened out both times because I'm afraid he might be having a bad day. Because I don't think he's a mean person at all. And that if he's having a bad day that's going to ruin like seven albums for me. Yeah. Well, okay. Bad day. You could ruin their whole discography. Yeah. Nice. And not nice aren't even the terms. I would like us like it was a professional setting. So like, he's not he shouldn't have even been nice to if we could circle back. Yes. To soldier boy. Real. 'cause I 'cause you set it up, and I was like I'm ready to talk about this. What do you guys keep in touch? Well, first off we win. So I produced that track. And yeah, it was the first time I ever produced music that wasn't just me and Kim, and we went in the studio with soldier boy in somewhere Manhattan. Okay. And I was just thinking, you know, in my mind, you fame, and we they let us choose who we want, and we chose enter w k and social. These guys all of us know Lardy in very different. And so we came in. I in my kind of consummate showman. Consummate showman fucking puts on such a good show. But I thought I pictured him like a cartoon character. I didn't think we're going to have real conversations or whatever it was like sometimes people just portray themselves in such a way. Right. I think then we meet these people whoever this is like, oh, yeah. You're just the person and like he'd be like. Doing verses and I'd be like on the talkback. Just y'all you killed in trying to get so excited that I was excited about it. Because I feel like so much of that world is about being so cool to cool all the time and super psyched to be like studio, whatever. Adam is like, that's they're like. Whoa, wait. What is? Yeah. And then and then when we shot the music video we shot at this like abandoned hospital in New Jersey video so fun. Yeah. And like the like. Yeah. He's got like a bunch of like crystals on us. He was like he wakes up like he was like frozen sociable. I looked so cool inevitably. Honestly, you should you should watch it. Yes. But I do remember that because it is weird. Because there really is like hip hop time. As thing it's like things run on the later schedule. I don't know why hip hop, Tom. There's a difference people using. That I don't think we have the agency to you. I think it like. But I get that it is a flex, and it is showing you know, who like is in control of the situation. I think we come from like indie time, which is everyone's very respectful, and like what time you need is there. I'll get there. Five minutes early. You know, and so he. Then you got your. We should have fifteen what does that count? Scary. Can we we've got the NBA time other people? You know do hip hop. I know you're insinuating racial divides here, but I think this crosses even people of those different racial divides. That are parts of those John Roos like sure white rappers. I know adhere to hip hop tongue. Yeah. Black people who play indie music..
"john roos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Obviously for us to get in the room and take them into custody. It it occurred fast. He he never had time. Even get out of the room maker says officers that already gathered on campus ahead of a concert at the university's football stadium. In washington. Federal judge Democrats in congress may proceed with their lawsuit. Alleging President Trump has violated the constitution by accepting gifts for payments from foreign governments through his businesses emerging motion to dismiss the case US district. Judge Emmet Sullivan said he found Trump's attempt to narrowly define the constitution's emoluments clause on persuasive and inconsistent. The emoluments clause prevents federal office holders from accepting payments from foreign governments without permission from congress a similar lawsuit. Brought by the state of Maryland. And the district of Columbia is also pending the former mayor of Greenville North Carolina has won a democratic primary race for US house seat left vacant when congress and Walter Jones died in February Allen Thomas will face the winner of a runoff in the. Republican primary Minneapolis former police officer is in jail after being convicted of the two thousand seventeen killing of an armed nine one. One caller. A jury convicted Thirty-three-year-old Muhammad Noor of third degree murder and manslaughter Tuesday, but acquitted him of a more serious intentional murder charge. Details from Minnesota public radio's met Sepik nor shot and killed forty year old Justin Rouge check on July fifteenth twenty seventeen after she reported a possible sexual assault in an alley near her home. Nor is attorneys argued that he fired his gun to protect his partner after they heard a thump on their squad car and saw a figure outside rejects father, John Roos, check said the verdicts reflect the community's commitment to three key pillars of civil society. The rule of law. The respect for the sanctity of life. And the obligation of the police force to serve and protect nor was led from the courtroom in handcuffs and could serve prison time after he sentenced June seven for NPR news. I met Sepik in Minneapolis there. Jesus received a draft finding by the Environmental Protection Agency that a key ingredient. In the weed killer roundup is safe the draft conclude that the chemical glide fo- Sade is not likely to cause cancer in humans. It follows two. Recent multi-million dollar court judgements against roundup maker Monsanto which bear acquired last year, the company still faces more than thirteen thousand lawsuits from people claiming illness due to exposure to the weed killer. You're listening to NPR news. Oklahoma supreme court has overturned two thousand fourteen state law that would have limited access to drug induced abortions. As Jackie forty reports the court found that the statute was unconstitutional and dependent upon outdated federal guidelines the law would have required. Patients seeking drug induced abortion to make multiple visits to get the medication and take a higher dosage than is. Now, recommended Elizabeth Nashes with the Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group much of what was in that regimen was rolled back by the FDA in twenty sixteen when they redid the label for the drug the ruling comes just days after Oklahoma Governor Kevin stood signed another new abortion law. This one will make it a felony for doctors to perform drug induced abortions without telling patients that reversal is an option acclaim that's disputed by the majority of the medical community for NPR news. I'm Jacky fourteen. In Norman, Oklahoma armed troops clashed in Venezuela's capital Tuesday with one side. Backing embattled president nNcholas Maduro and the other supporting position leader one quavo hours later Madero appeared on state television, telling viewers the opposition tried to impose an illegitimate government, quite oh who dozens of nations consider Venezuela's interim leader says that citizens and the military should take to the streets until Madero gives a power Wall Street stocks closed mixed Tuesday with the NASDAQ posting slight decline. Most Asian markets are closed for holidays on Wednesday, shares Australia are higher. I'm Shay Stevens..
"john roos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of it happened very quickly, obviously for us to get in the room and take them into custody. It it occurred fast. He he never had time to even get out of the room maker says officers that already gathered on campus ahead of a concert at the university's football stadium. In Washington, federal judges Democrats in congress may proceed with their lawsuit. Alleging President Trump has violated the constitution by accepting gifts or payments from foreign governments through his businesses in rejecting a motion to dismiss the case U S District judge Emmet Sullivan said he found Trump's attempt to narrowly define the constitution's emoluments clause unpersuaded and inconsistent. The emoluments clause prevents federal office holders from accepting payments from foreign governments without permission from congress a similar lawsuit. Brought by the state of Maryland. And the district of Columbia is also pending the former mayor of Greenville North Carolina has won a democratic primary race for US house seat left vacant when congressman Walter Jones died in February. Alan Thomas will face the winner of a runoff in the Republican primary Minneapolis, a former police officer is in jail after being convicted of the two thousand seventeen killing of an armed nine one. One caller. A jury convicted Thirty-three-year-old Muhamad Noor of third degree murder and manslaughter Tuesday, but acquitted him of a more serious intentional murder charge. Details from Minnesota public radio's met Sepik nor shot and killed forty year old Justin Rouge check on July fifteenth twenty seventeen after she reported a possible sexual assault in an alley near her home. Nores attorneys argued that he fired his gun to protect his partner after they heard a thump on their squad car and saw a figure outside rejects father, John Roos. Check said the verdicts reflect the community's commitment to three key pillars of a civil society. The rule of law. The respect for the sanctity of life and the obligation of the police force to serve and protect nor was led from the courtroom in handcuffs and could serve prison time after he sentenced June seventh for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis. There says it's received a draft finding by the Environmental Protection Agency that a key ingredient. In the weed killer roundup is safe. The EPA draft concludes that the chemical glide fo- Sade is not likely to call cancer in humans. It follows two recent multi-million dollar court judgements against roundup maker Monsanto which bear acquired last year, the company still faces more than thirteen thousand lawsuits from people claiming illness due to exposure to the weed killer. You're listening to NPR news. Oklahoma supreme court has overturned two thousand fourteen state law that would have limited access to drug induced abortions. As Jackie forty reports the court found that the statute was unconstitutional and dependent upon outdated federal guidelines the law would have required. Patients seeking drug induced abortion to make multiple visits to get the medication and take a higher dosage than is. Now, recommended Elizabeth Nashes with Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group much of what was in that regimen was rolled back by the FDA in twenty sixteen when they redid the label for the drug the ruling comes just days after Oklahoma Governor Kevin stood signed another new abortion law. This one will make it a felony for doctors to perform drug induced abortions without telling patients that reversal is an option acclaim that's disputed by the majority of the medical community for NPR news. I'm Jacky fourteen. In Norman, Oklahoma armed troops clashed in Venezuela's capital Tuesday with one side. Backing embattled president nNcholas Maduro and the other supporting opposition leader one quite oh hours later Maduro appeared on state television, telling viewers the opposition tried to impose an illegitimate government Guido who dozens of nations consider Venezuela's interim leader says that citizens and the military should take to the streets until Madero gives up power Wall Street stocks closed mixed Tuesday with the NASDAQ posting slight decline. Most Asian markets are closed for holidays on Wednesday share central straight..
"john roos" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And when we come back from our news, we'll continue our conversation and talk about the USO great event coming up this Saturday night during afternoon during the day of the Kentucky Derby, we'll find out more about that. After the news here with everything you need to know is overcast in forty four degrees at O'Hare of former Minneapolis police officer's been convicted on two counts in the 2017 shooting death of a woman who called police report an alleged assault near her home WGN's. Ryan burrow reports the joy returning guilty verdicts against officer Mohammad nor on charges of third degree murder and manslaughter. John roos. Jack is the father of Justin Damon Reuss check your satisfied with the outcome. Like, free minutes, the Hennepin county attorney over the last twelve years has been twelve thousand police shootings only ninety five of them have been prosecuted and less than half of those have been successfully prosecuted. This was one because I think we did our job nor was found not guilty on second degree murder will be sentenced in June. President Trump had earlier today with house speaker Nancy Pelosi incentive, minority leader Chuck Schumer to work on an infrastructure plan. ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl says Cording. All three participants. It seemed to have gone very well on the go. President Trump suggested he wouldn't work with Democrats unless they dropped their investigations that sure hasn't happened. But speaking in California shortly before the meeting ended the president's own chief of staff poured cold water on the idea of an infrastructure deal. With Democrats still a source in today's meeting tells a different story saying the president told the room, I would like to do something. It may not be typically Republican Democrats say he promised to lay out ideas for how to pay for it all when they meet again in three weeks in his first testimony as acting chief of homeland security, Kevin Macalinsan is expected to defend President Trump's plans for a border wall. He's also expected to describe the situation at the US Mexico border as what he calls an acute and worsening crisis customs and border protection agents in countered, nearly forty thousand migrant children this month alone. And maybe another reason for expecting mothers to get plenty of particular vitamin. ABC's? Daria Albinger, healthcare professionals have advised pregnant women to take full ADA form of vitamin to prevent certain types of birth defects. The National Institute of health now says the supplement may also prevent station diabetes, which has been linked to among other things a greater chance of premature birth. The research is getting a lot of attention because it contradicts prior study that said folic acid taken.
"john roos" Discussed on Who Charted
"I wanna when I'm traveling. I just want to put this on my good headphones and you'll walk through the airport like people's dirty looks and my sunglasses. This says an air of menace to so and of money Bohemia. I love that excuse me. I love I love the whatever that is trombone enough of that. You had her before. Right. I'm taking this one onto my phone as well grabbing it from the air and putting it on my phone. This is good energy. I liked this must be who. Do it says, Sophie Tucker and sue zoo artist on I'm assuming that's probably him. So Tucker's do a husband and wife. Chucker? Of course, the basic layer for the velvet underground, my Roth. Let me look it up. Very few songs have one person involved anymore. Always like at least two often Correze sometimes four Judah. It's like bullying audience. I wonder oh interesting pulling audience it's but it must also interfere with residuals. Right. They figure it out ahead of time. But yeah. New York J Tucker craft throbbing nineties house inspired jungle pop. Grammy nominations, even a fulling album. Wow. Not fair. But they took too many John Roos. No that you would win a Grammy before you even put a whole album out that seems. Stacks. Holy weld and Tucker Halpern met in Providence Rhode Island while attending Brown University. Oh, we know is fairly. I'm just glad they just shredded their street cred right out there. Mmediately? We I have one thing to say about the fire documentary that was very interesting, which won't spoil anything. But in one of them, they they have a description of what that mastermind dude put out of the music he wanted radio. So basically the video that was had all the models that was supposed to lure all these millennials. He had like six pages of hers too. Page. What does that mean? Crazy or does about music somebody may I was Babs gray on Twitter. She made the point last night that she goes how come nobody mentioned what a cocaine. Yes, show that whole thing was because when that guy Clark, I think it was put out that ten page bullet point thing. I was just like that's just a coke field evening where he got an his head. He had the idea for what the music had to be. I was thinking that same Samie exact. did seem like you'd never saw a picture of video of him without him drinking like it did seem like he was he was partying. These guys are are regular guys to a certain extent that are now with the top ten supermodels on earth like the amount of coke and shit. They must have done because they were just like couldn't believe it. Like it had to be like they all went probably as hard as ever went. So what was Barbara's point like, what should have have who's the person who received the music? Oh, her point was either narrative mentioned cocaine. I see what it was so obvious that everybody was coked up. Do you think it was fuck Jerry who was given that bullet-point thing for the music, probably because they were the they had produced that commercial I stopped listening because I don't want any spoilers. Today does. Yeah. I give on it. It's good streaming content. Got a point some people haven't seen it yet. Maybe they know. I was I was looking at my phone looking up, Sophie Tucker, and I discovered that my daughter made new playlist those should be getting all my coal music. How old is she? She's about to turn seventeen. Wow. You go children. Yeah. I'm gonna very old, man. You just got you had your kids early though. Let's admit it. I'm very old. I was in. I was the twenty nine I guess we had our daughter. That's pretty oh. That's out of wedlock. What's going on? She's got some cool songs. This is gonna steal. She made a mistake by signing onto my apple music account. 'cause I I got a window into her mind. You gotta read out or now have a teen in my forties. Instead, I've got a new mine. Share her playlist with you and you can pretend the switch. Switch them off when I'm sixty and she's finally in highschool. Well, speaking of young ladies who have grown up to be make their parents, very proud. Let's see who's coming in at number one. And number one. It's always pick mayor and Morris with girl he loves her. She's got a brand new single..
"john roos" Discussed on Who Charted
"I wanna when I'm traveling. I just want to put this on on my good headphones and you'll walk through the airport like people's dirty looks and my sunglasses. This says an air of menace to it. I liked and of money Bohemia who I love that. Excuse me. I love I love the whatever that is trombone you don't hear it enough of that. You had her before. Right. I'm taking this one onto my phone as well grabbing it from the air and putting it on my phone. This is good energy. I liked this must be who do. It says Sophie Tucker and sue zoo artist on I'm assuming that's probably him so few Tucker's do a husband and wife chucker. Of course, the basic layer for the velvet underground, my Roth. Let me look it up. Very few songs have one person involved anymore. Always like at least two often Correze sometimes four Jorda. It's like bullying audience. I wonder oh interesting. Pulling an audience, it's but it must also interfere with residuals. Right. They figure it out ahead of time. But yeah. New York J Tucker craft throbbing nineties house inspired jungle pop. Grammy nominations. They even lived a fulling album. Wow. Not fair. But they took too many John Roos. No that you would win a Grammy before you even put a whole album out that seems. Holy weld and Tucker Halpern met in Providence Rhode Island while attending Brown University. Oh, we know fairly. I'm just glad they just shredded their street cred right out there. Mmediately? We I have one thing to say about the fire documentary that was very interesting, which won't spoil anything. But in one of them, they they have a description of what that mastermind dude put out of the music he wanted radio. So basically the video that was had all the models that was supposed to lure all these millennials. He had like six pages of hers too. What does that mean the crazy or does about music somebody may I was Babs gray on Twitter? She made the point last night that she goes how come nobody mentioned what a cocaine. Yes, show that whole thing was because when that guy Clark, I think it was put out that ten page bullet point thing. I was just like that's just a coke field evening where he got an his head the idea for what the music had to be thinking that same did seem like you'd never saw a picture of video of him without him drinking like it did seem like he was he was partying. These guys are are regular guys to acertain extent that are now with the top ten supermodels on earth like the amount of coke and shit. They must have done because they were just like couldn't believe it like it had to be like they all went probably as hard as ever went. So what was Barbara's point like, what should have have who's the person who received the music? Oh, her point was either narrative mentioned. Cocaine. I see what it was so obvious that everybody was coked up. Do you think it was fuck Jerry who was given that bullet-point thing for the music because they were the they had a produce that commercial I stopped listening because I don't want any spoilers. Why does today does? Yeah. I give on it. It's good streaming content. He's got a point some people haven't seen it yet. Maybe they know. I was I was looking at my phone looking up, Sophie Tucker, and I discovered that my daughter made new playlist those should be getting all my coal music. How old is she? She's about to turn seventeen. Wow. You go children. Yeah. I'm gonna very old, man. You just got you had your kids early though. Let's admit it. I'm very old. I was I was the twenty nine I guess we had our daughter. That's pretty oh. That's out of wedlock. What's going on? She's got some cool songs. This is gonna steal. She made a mistake by signing onto my apple music account. 'cause I I got a window into her mind. You gotta read under now have a teen in my forties. Instead, I've got a new mine. Share her playlist with you and you can pretend the switch. Switch them off when I'm sixty and she's finally in highschool. Well, speaking of young ladies who have grown up to be make their parents, very proud. Let's see who's coming in at number one. And number one. It's how he's pick mayor and Morris with girl he loves her. She's got a brand new single..
"john roos" Discussed on About Last Night
"Writer is basically your list of things you need pre show like integral like water on some towels. But bolsters says there's fame stories of like Madonna being like just the purple Eminem's. That's so I was going on for the van Halen thing where it was like take all the Brown Eminem's out. And it was the whole reason for it was so that. They're paying attention. So I wanted to take it a step further. So I asked for different Georgia's John RAs of porn, I asked for black tar heroin. I asked for a gun soc-. They're paying attention. Yeah. Just to see the wait is this guy serious. But you got to the border, and they and they're like why on your writer? Does it say black tar the best see that? How do they get a hold of it because the promoter sent it by accident God? So they saw that. And I was like look it's a joke. If you go to my social media, you could see that I joke around a lot. And and then the best though was they didn't find what you were showing them funny. Like, well, it's not funny to us. This is not a joke. What is there? What's funny about heroin? Where are you making fun of Canadian? Because you guys are funny. The best is is the different. I'm having my stroke. Celebrate celebrate the different. Assorted John Rosa, porn out of all the things that they they like honed in on not the black tar heroin and not the gun. They immediately. I asked me in front of all these other dudes that didn't know what was on my writer. Yeah. There are we gonna find any child pornography on the bus? That was the first thing they asked and every person that was touring with me looked at me. And was like what the fuck is on your writer do a complete misunderstanding. But I don't know why they immediately thought that I had child porn because I asked for different assorted, John Roos. Yeah. I would not I want black Asian and white. Okay. Maybe other versions three top flavors. Yeah. If I'm going to Baskin Robbins. I'm like, you'll give me cookie dough vanilla cookies and cream bubble. Gum kid, porn. I'm. It's not a flavor for some for some doing it might be. That's so fucked up the new assume so pissed me off, but the to tax you bring up a good point in that. I got was there was a porn that. So I did get a lot of stuff for my on my writer, and there was one that I got called ASO fat. She call it, Victoria, actually, kind of want to look up the cover right now. So I could show you 'cause that's a real director that because he deserves a out. He was a great director has. No, also, some person did fulfil every single thing on the writer. It was in Milwaukee. They got me a pellet gun, and then they got me fake heroin. Cool. Hey, it was so funny that they did everything. So then we like we amended the the writer later on. And then it was even funnier because I was like I want I want a life size replica. Ben Hur's chariot. I want three pictures of any action star from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety. It was it was really it was just fun to like fuck around and have fun fun fun. Yeah. I mean, the fun. I the things that I dream about asna for like they'll be like fruit by the foot handy snacks in the same. Like in a in a gummy bears lunchbox or. Yes, that's good. Or is that something you can actually use the cast of family matters at every show a high five me on the way to the stage. That'd be amazing. Yep. Whole ASO fa-. I don't think this exists on Google search anymore. How do you maintain your name when there's so many, you know, diplo DJ snake flux pavilion, scroll IX looks like..
"john roos" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"This healthcare insurance company, and I guess his co workers. Asking him one day when I what I did for a living. He taught him on my brothers, and author he raised these these crazy hood books, and and one of them came to him days later, and then why did man look at this book look at what this guy wrote, you know, not realizing with me, right? Right. And they showed them to cover. They showed my brother covered it this guy wrote just in. And they were like, oh, my brother was like. Yeah. That's my brother. And I was like, yeah. Yeah. That's actually. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's really weird. How you know I've gone from, you know, working at a law firm working in corporate America, having to go to job every day, you know, doing with, you know, office politics and being the only black guy working for these really large corporation, and you kinda filling my outta place and whatever and then like now I'm like getting paid right cookbooks? Right. Making making more money, you know, doing this. And when I was doing corporate America, probably and probably directly from black people for the most part like this like, we're probably the ones consume it sit directly from bland to a certain extent 'cause black women a number one read as his Jonah. So is is interesting to to to think about man, I'll have you ever thought about doing any other John Roos of writing like a nigga soft on like that? So I I really. So my goal for next year, and obviously won't be through, you know, Kwan meals. I actually have plans on relocating to Atlanta and my business partner. Not we are going to open up a black publishing company that's going to publish anything black related, so whether it's gonna be non fiction fiction black romance, like fantasy songfire whatever we're going to, you know, invest in developing the marketing channels to get that type of Mathu out there into the market that really the best the going. That's interesting because that really is kind of the Tyler Perry model, right? Like Tyler Perry started as you know, I'm doing Madisha m- doing, you know, like these kinda like dramas that were plays that were very black. There were brought to you know, brought to the big screen, but now Mike Black Panther was filmed. At Tyler Perry studio two years ago. Like, you know, now he's putting out other people's stuff from his company. So it is Tyler earlier, but it that kind of is a mirror of what what he's been able to do through basically power black dollars. Yeah. And and that's why you know, it kind of now that I'm much older. Like, I actually think Tele Parry is a somebody who if you're really talking about like, if you really wanna get into this idea of creating black Hollywood and black entrepreneurship, and and using the power of the black dollar to create like this vast like, you know, you know, create a force. Yeah. You know that now that now that's Berge in Atlanta. I think we have to go talent credit kind of a lot of credit because if it wasn't for him. I don't think they would be such a thing as like Hollywood. I think people don't wanna give him like the credit where it's due. But like Thomas Perry opened up a lot of doors or for people to literally. Get into like Hollywood where there was due him or whether it was through the amount of investment day he made directly indirectly through telephone studios. And as a result green name more Hollywood dollars from California and even from New York to now, you're starting to see this mass migration of studios about west and east coast now relocating to Atlanta and who's dating Atlanta. It's mainly black. You know talent, you know. And Tyler Perry studios is sitting on a form. I think it's a former navy base. No, not navy base. Former airbase. Mcdonough Georgia, I think, and I mean, can you think of any other black person is nothing like that on that magnitude? Nah, I may talent literally is the I like like it's not even close and is funny because he's done it under. It's like I say, I have a very similar vibe. Because I remember the judge me received for not hitting the respectability knows. But you brought up the name rarely earlier Bill. Cosby Bill copy, every respectability note that people wanted to see black people have in Hollywood right representation, but Bill the also turned out to.
"john roos" Discussed on The Corner
"Japan for its maybe luxury, but I'll take it like I have ESPN plus, right. I. I don't watch any. I'll be watching the fight way the fight this weekend plus regular Crawford benefits. I can't even remember. Well, whatever the fuck it's on. The fact of the matter is like, I look at my statement. I'm like, oh shit. I still have this. 'cause I don't watch it at all, hopefully valuable during the NBA season. But man, I just buy one fight a month. You'll see will be while we pay for it. Well, yeah, that'll be the reason why, but then I get fight pass for free. I don't know what's going on. We'll see. We'll see. Just. At five pass like still in what the rules are going to be all right up into the show, though we have a lot of crazy shit going on around USC to twenty nine and a ton of remains to get to. But I I had to deal with some crazy Twitter things right up your alley as old man. Andres I, the rock is kinda getting pulled into this weird space on Twitter where people are mad. That announcement came out or rumors reports, however, you wanna state it that he's gonna play John Henry, and that he's not black enough to play John. What the hell is going on here. Are we here again? Are we doing the levels of blackness thing again, a mean? Okay, it's tough man. Like it's tough like I'm just catching on this news, but it's tough because we had Tam who played Nina Simone in a trash as movie about Nita. Was always sell down. I think it was only and somebody's gonna correct me on this, but I think it was, oh, and Nina Simone dark in Zoe, so is not. And the question becomes case just dark skin actress to play somebody who was historically Dr scheme. I was always in the movie was actually trashed and I'm a big fan. So when I saw it, I was like, I stopped watching like halfway through 'cause sucks. They give. They tried to darker skin. And that's kind of a -fensive because. You know, like there's like Ella Davis. There are other dark skinned women who could have played Nina Simone. So in the case of Dwayne, the rock Johnson playing John Henry who John Henry was dark. I get the argument like I get it, isn't there? Dr? There's enough work to go around so and the is just eating up all the roles and he's making all the money, but then reduction company is the one to finally pro shit. Then you would assume that he'll be lead, right? Like that's the problem because just because you're production companies, putting it together doesn't necessarily mean that you should star in it, especially if you're not like John Roos dark and the rock is pretty much racially ambiguous when you look at him. Oh. He's. Breyer like someone out the out the woodwork. But the thing is, is that you know he, he doesn't really acknowledge that he's black. He's kinda plays up the racial dignity role a lot more than he does talk about being a black man in America. Like you've never really heard the rock talk about blacks, subjects, topics. You just really have no signs of shit, but never liked put his actual words behind. Yeah, so it's it's a tricky step for him to be playing this role like he's a phenomenal actor which is bizarre because you would have never thought that the guy who was in the nation of nomination would be the highest paid actor in Hollywood today. So it's like when you're doing like bio pics about real people, you kind of want to be as close as possible. Now, granted Denzel Washington was darker than the real life. Malcolm mix, but it wasn't that much darker the walking in John Henry or like light years apart in shape. So. It's a tough one man. So it's like, I completely understand why people would be upset about this..
"john roos" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I don't think either necessarily side if you wanna call it that is perfect, right. But I mean, I listened to tank clam all life. I've listened to. Lupe fiasco, basically become a whole last samurai somehow in the last four years come on. The. When it comes on screen. I mean from conflict, candy to concord, Joe Dragonfly Jones two black belt Jones to. Like just so many different, like black people, Asian people like black people kind of swooping in from Asia people and taking their lane and being like, this is a thing that you know I'm going to stop. You know, always love that black people learn and practice self defense. My favorite movie is the last dragon, right? I said it multiple times and I could see how sewing take that if they were Asian and be like, this is nothing, but a fucking mockery of our culture that three Chinese dues that are in the film. I fucking made fun of essentially. Even though they're using black, their doctor and black hip hop, she hitting and you're, you're the whole rest of the movie is about jar adopting our shit, but I would be dishonest to say. I haven't always found that really fucking cool that I coach share something correct? Correct. And yeah, you talking about self defense like I've even thought about, I haven't signed up for anything, but I've been thought about, you know, take in like classes, you know, took taekwondo. Okay. I know that now keep in mind. I'm not saying that's the same as appropriation that's still in or something like that, but I know that people feel calm, black people who I'm talking to now. Okay. We will feel completely different when it's the other shoe. Like we see Asian people doing hop or k pop type shit, but with rap and all of a sudden it's awful uncomfortable about this. Enjoy Cape pop lines and not indictment on you personally, how does this is no proclamation about me and use specific. As far as like, I'm not accusing anybody listening to this. I just wanna be clear because people take these things personal, correct. When you bring it up, like nobody. Let me see if I fit the narrative and I quit and I quit myself. This is not about guilt or innocence. I'm saying I have always found that to be beautiful that our coaches share shit that has like, I don't know that I'd be in the enemy now. I don't know that I'd be into a bunch of shit and you know a lot of times I do feel like I don't know. They feel like they're kind of making fun. You know, it's like you is dragging Bazi. You see Mr. Popo. I don't know about this when fellows. You know what I mean? But then I also watch summarized shampoo which is a hip hop influence animate. And I'm like, this is the high of both. Are John Roos coming together to make something that could only be made if you to people respect each other's culture or whatever. As though maybe people feel like Kim, Jon Aquafina stuff, don't respect our culture. I don't. I would add to see more evidence, I guess, of what I would consider to be disrespect. Correct. Because I, like I say, I've seen too many black people get away with playing the Asian character like Asian. Stereotype quote, unquote, but being black and being like, isn't this funny like like, you know, someone was telling me how comfortable Kenny shouldn't count as blah, blah, blah, and saying, okay, well, you not Asian. So imagine the Asian person say, I'm offended by that shit and you went world's paid as a joke. They mock him for dressing up like that. It's a fucking movie. He didn't even have to be in the movie. They could've made a completely. They could've just put an Asian person in that shop and made a different type of Joe..
"john roos" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)
"The buried a consumption has come way down from where you know, we know how hard it was right nearly days. Right? And it's gotten a lot easier to consume. Yeah. So it's about now, like you said, having a reason for them to want wanting to continue to consume it. It has to be the content there any by the way, it's not all about huge Bach BUSTER hits. It's about podcast at hit the niche that that audience member that specific audience member wants to hear. Someone may wanna listen all week long about mid knitting podcasts, right, or or podcasts, you know the horse podcast, the chameleon radio podcasts, having good quality content doesn't mean that it has to appeal to the masses just means it has to be good quality content for the niche. It's intended for. Still reach it reaches in the niches. Yeah, I'm sorry. I'm multitasking here. Rob. If you can. Lead the discussion for another minute or to be good. Yeah. I think that the the question around content I think is an important one in, and you know the medium. It's been around a long time to to really build out a lot of John Roos out there, and I don't know. I mean, I think that there's an expectation this mediums going to grow faster and I'm just not. It's hard for me to think how that's really going to happen. Is it just because Google added the support for podcasting and Spotify joining the fray? Is that what's going to drive it rub? What's your thought on that? I mean, is it just, you know, is it just gonna keep doing what it's doing. Maybe two, three. Maybe it's going to grow one one or two percent more every year. At least seem decent grows growth. The last few years. I think a lot of these folks wanna see is not to x growth. Even they wanna see 10x twelve. In. That's just natural Grinch as one right. It's not going to happen, but we know twenty five thirty fifty percent growth is possible in a few years from where we are, you know, in in a couple year period, it does have part of that is part of the distribution making it easier for people to consume, obviously does help, but that's not going to cause the twenty x. There's nothing that's going to cause a twenty x growth or ten x growth in podcasting. It's just not gonna happen. There are people getting into the space that will tell you own no marketing marketing marketing. And remember at the end of podcast movement, I saw Twitter stream that Aaron mckie happened to lament in in in in Twitter that everybody was talking about marketing and nobody was talking about the content, and then all the marketers jumped on them like, oh, you know, you need marketing dot at and they're all beating them up, and I'm looking at the people that are beating them up and I'm going, okay, all of these people combined aren't one tenth. The audience is is Aaron show. You know, he does law. And then some people were beating them up or disagree with him. Don't even have podcast. I was looking at the people that were commenting on the string. I was just laughing. I'm like, okay, because I think a lot of those people, some of them were just wanting to sell lipstick for the pigs, and they don't want to admit that you need to change the pig into something different to really make a show grow. So it is content, good quality content still comes back to. It's a slow grow. Will getting a native app making it easier on Android help grow podcasting..
"john roos" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Neighbor, but here's my list, a quiet place at number. I'll go backwards annihilation at ten months Saint again at nine dead pool to which I have not seen aunt man and the wasp game night thoroughbreds which I know you guys early road. Yes, my glac slack, panther of ventures, death of Stalin and number one, quiet place. Hard argument that list, and I have one final Email in this is for you and a horn today. This Frederick Maxwell olive little an extra in Salt Lake City. We'd love to have you there alert alert ton season on my local PBS channel here sitting. I know I have it in my queue VR in it because I've been watching that French, the comments. My, that's been my obsession, so thank you Frederick. I definitely there waiting for me. So there you go. Thank you for all emails. If we didn't get to yours, it didn't make. It doesn't mean that we didn't read it just means we need a chance to read it on the air. We love hearing from you. So please, everyone senescent Email at the twenty two at the movies, twenty two at gmail.com. Okay. Are now radar who want. I'm going to jump in here and I've got a double. I've got a double feature to recommend this weekend. I is sorry to bother you which I am very high on and is expanding to several movies to several screens in town. And I think is beginning to gain a following and the other is blind spotting which opens this weekend and is a a brilliant mix of John Roos and well worth your time. So sorry to bother you and blind spotting both set in Oakland. Indeed ultras having a moment. By the way, a town I love dearly. I've been there a lot less kind of. I've never actually spent much time there, but I sure do want to just I love place oaktown. I would. I would second that frankly, but I would just add eighth grade. I just want people don't don't sleep on eighth grade because that's a special special movie. And I've noticed that one of my favorite movies I was on last week and I know it's on on demand. So if you haven't seen it check out the more the merrier more. The mayor is that nineteen forty eight with. Exactly George Stevens Jean Arthur Joel. I don't know. It's just one of my people talk about Washington movies and your favorite Washington movie. And I think that might be my very favorite housing shortage during World War three people rooming is Charles boughten, Charles Coburn, Charles Coburn grade character actor, and they're all bunking together, and it's just the light full is just one of those that it would be interesting to see this movie remade in the present day in Washington today there is a, there's punking. Exactly, exactly. So, I mean, somebody could be creative with that. Yeah. Yeah. I'll just say it again. Go see mama. Mia guy like me to enjoy it, then it's going to be for you. I hope so. But I'm going to go back to the back of the rack. The World Cup just ended, and there's a movie that I love dearly. It's terrible movie, but I love it. So it is called victory or escape to victory with Silvester Salone Michael Caine Palay it is widely regarded as the definitive World War Two soccer movie. Two. It's it's sort of prisoners of war and they have to stay the allies have to play soccer match against the Germans, and they do it in this huge stadium in France, and then the allies are trying to escape. And it's it's, it's a really great bad movie and the World Cup, I forgot. I had to say that it's because the great thing is Michael Cain, all the shots of him on the soccer field, very tight shots. And then to go wide. It's like his. All right, great. Let me remind everybody that we have a bonus episode coming up after this one drops. So probably up this weekend with the stars of blind spotting, and I think and we love doing the interview talking down all fans of the moving, their incredible guys really fun to listen to enjoy listening to it. So how should we end I have a line. I'd like to quote from today's show. Okay. If she had a bunny boiling Glenn. Come up with any. I'll get you. Second, I'll give you let you think for one more second because I'm going to quote Silvester Stallone from this epic movie victory..
"john roos" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Hell sent this tweet we'll because i was talking about lincoln partner band mag what mag it metal rate but a spill r j said rush so maybe it is magneto rosh and they're just trying to be clever i don't know but rosh the maggot arrange the maggot because that's their name outside of their at they said just f y lincoln park is considered alternative rock rap which i'm sure has another label just to buddhism it'll hit because i said something about them being referred to as like metal rapper something right but that was listed on there with pedia somewhere i don't make up the john roos shit up before whatever he talking about alternative what he say he said he claims lincoln park is not known as metal they're considered alternative rock slash rap it could be anything like people they say whatever they wanted to say genres out can always be blended but i guess that they are really boosting their medal to be a certain type of pure pure metal which i can understand but you know lincoln part wouldn't pure anything so they have an umbrella terms used a few different ones so i use them and i said what i said and that's it here and that's where the streets for me let's move on long to this week's episode use that i said what i said so it connected me to mark have you seen his twitter name this week no what is it right now gardini leaks guard daily be mealy that is genius and gardini when you use it better say something thanking mark with the end and capitalized because you know gardini like to do that rick rosa thing any way so he don't take that side which time with which one man james call will says james quello alone youtube who always says moving on james call so are you ready to jump into this week's episode so we have two very very special guest joining us this week shout out to get in grown dr house praise the lord hey kids thank you for joining did you bring food did you make something cook something i brought you some some sour hennessy oh via brought you some hennessy arbor chew some in l well balanced meal that's what i was about to say nourishment so we were trying to figure out what the topic for this week's show is going to be when you guys out there meeting keila swap note it is nuts because our ideas were in total alignment which was the sign i means the collective consciousness is what needs to be discussed but there has been a lot of i mean i guess it's not a new thing at this point there are a lot of heavy videos that are in rotation on the internet on a regular basis now but one that stood out this past week was the one having to junior the fifteen year old in the bronx who was dabbed to death on a streak or outside of data and the what we wanted to extract from that conversation for those of you who haven't seen the video i'm definitely not gonna like suggest that you go wash it 'cause it's really hard to watch but i'm sure most of you have seen the hashtag justice junior hashtag what people are trying to figure out who the six is really like six or seven assailants which is the scary part he was completely overpowered by group of men but the conversation we wanted to extract from that was at people were angry at the people that are walking past while it was happening they was like two nurses that pass by the video in their scrubs they was the men in the bodega that worked there we i think in the video there about four people in the.
"john roos" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred nineteenth episode of awards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast i'm the host scott feinberg and my guest today is an actress slash producer who has been one of america's sweethearts since she was just fourteen years old jessica biel bill i made her name as mary camden a preacher's daughter on what became the most successful show in the history of the wb network seventh heaven which lasted for eleven seasons setting a new record for tv's longest running family drama she was a regular on it for the first six after which she left to focus on college for a few semesters and then on films on the big screen she has been hard to pin down having appeared in films spanning the spectrum of john roos including the drama gyulay's gold the black comedy rules of attraction the horror flick remake the texas chainsaw massacre the superhero sequel blade trinity the action movie stealth the mystery of the illusionist the period piece easy virtue the bio pic hitchcock and the list goes on in recent years bill was perhaps best known as the wife of justin timberlake who she married in two thousand twelve and with whom she had a child in two thousand fifteen but then last august and september sure minded everyone that she is in her own right and artists to be reckon with through the center and add up tation of bestselling german novel that she and her iron ocean films producing partner michelle purple helped to guide to fruition and in which over the course of eight forty five minute episodes that aired on the usa network she gave the best performance of her career as courtenay a wife and mother who out of the blue murder someone in the bright of day in full view of many witnesses and then professes to have no idea why she did it the center wound up the most watched new basic cable show of two thousand seventeen it brought bill her first ever golden globe and critics choice award nominations both in the category of best actress in a limited series or tv movie and twenty two years after bill i made her name.
"john roos" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast
"Gets you wet it's a wet meet you want juicy juicy wet but its own wetness keeps retains its wetness to meet yes and also for the last part of that i did not by the oculus go hi showed some willpower steve scott there's some here that's got a closet full of air machines worse the word why it's true dude here with the there is also scott who's i don't know i don't know anyone that works in this building in the popcorn man the lights on anything bad about the popcorn on also gene popcorn man you know popcorn means i i don't think i do we've told you a million times okay onto the next email this i'll read it it's from year i believe high beasts crew for most of my life i pretty much stayed in my comfort zone games wise there are some genres that i simply didn't play because they didn't interest me for example jr pg's however in recent years as i turned thirty i have been trying to broaden my horizons and try new games persona five of my favorites from recent years and even enjoyed final fantasy fifteen in nina kuni to have you ever had a shift in taste for games are you inclined to try new games that side of your preferred john roos that's from year to year probably played or four when i was thirty that was tenure anniversary right now yeah i don't i later in life i like one day was like all do rpg's now me too and i started doing that and i like him i will assert ones like i've tried in recent years to broad morley i was talking recently about like how i thought maybe i actually do like strategy games after years of saying i don't want to place and stuff.
"john roos" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors
"No the hotel does not pay for them the author pays for getting the books into the hotels we have a program for that that's really really sweet it is price so a believably low for this kind of service it's amazing very excited about getting the word out about it because you never know what's gonna happen on we had one man with a self published book because he did this program he's now attracting i think three major publishers are considering it one of the major movie tv filled companies is working with him right now 'cause they're interested in doing limited td film series just having this kind of connection is so powerful can we promise results no nothing can happen magic can happen and i'm excited to see what's happening with it in the united tell people there's a reason why all of the major publishers are using it every month many of them are booking multiple hotels in the same month so it's very exciting you talked about the idea of offering this to as self published offers is that correct yes that's exactly who it's four that were opening it to and i will say that people have to apply for the program they can contact me if they're interested all the books are vetted both by us and by the hotels and we have a a large of ryan of john roos for example we're doing a business of bedside reading for business program so if you've written a business book your book is going to go to the hotels these five star hotels who are specifically requesting business books the same is true we have a one major hotel five star obviously they're all five star major hotels that they're starting children's program they're looking for a high quality children's books and believe me these hotels they do their own marketing and they get the word out to their list as well so there's even more expanded publicity.
"john roos" Discussed on Filmspotting
"What you say about all what i got say about john roos ravens absolutely mean one of them fills is in coding we're just waiting for everybody go sleep kelly ultimately it comes down to the same ending where two people who don't trust each other and don't like each other isolated and alone and facing their death and quietly conversing about it because they have nothing else now the biggest i don't i don't think it's quite an easter egg but sort of the biggest quotation and all of this is that tarantino found and re purposed tracks the had been composed for carpenter's the thing and we're never used and he used them to score the hateful eight that is devotion to know maget my friend and not to mention kurt russell of course so obvious so i even mentioned it i mean i think he probably would have had kurt russell in there even without it but boy yes of course the the whole thing is a bit of a shaggy dog story about kurt russell survival and what happens to you know i love that film both the hateful eight and the thing josh and i talked about the hateful eight forever especially as we got into a bunch of feedback in response to our review and we'd disagreed strongly about the movie and i'm sitting here with my mind blown right now tasha because somehow i haven't seen any of this chatter online i've never made that connection to the thing and it's so obvious once.