17 Burst results for "John witch"

"john witch" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

08:33 min | 2 months ago

"john witch" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I WANNA get one out of the way and that's Ryan Bater is just a tough son of a bitch. You really is for him to take that type damage still somewhat be alive in that fight amazing There's a lot of guys that I think would have crumbled on some of the first shots that he took. That being said, I don't want to take anything away from them. Cuff thought cuff. That was a great. Performance, he found his shot he capitalized on our he didn't worry a lot of guys at some point in that whole garage my hold back and just say, Hey, I'm not going get this stoppage gonNA gas out trying to do this either using shape to go for twenty five minutes. He even the take downs didn't like I mean they didn't register in his head like Ooh you know what I mean. He just dealt with them. He dealt with everything Ryan. Bater brought towards them. I was thinking, okay. Brian's now thirty seven. He hasn't fought at light heavyweight is some of the quickness bothering him but I don't know because once you start thinking that which it could be true. You're taking away from them cough and cough just looked good data don't take anything away from he just looked good. He did everything right? Yeah. was really cool to see fatal car smiling you know Kinda like with a protege of his. Those t shirts fade or team I looked on the Internet was like I gotta get one of those look pretty cool eight in jeopardy. Get your jacket. No. The gentleman's name 'em, I? Think it goes by on. Oh but I saw him and he goes I. got it. You know. But I don't have it with me and I said, okay I, mean, I never really wanted him to go through that all that. Anyway I just observed that his jacket was nice but I didn't mean for him to. Bring me one but he said he did. So I it's been like two years. You can. You can buy the one from the rocky four ones that drago hat really you can get those. Yeah. Well. That's pretty cool. Maybe he maybe maybe in the future but. Congrats Vedeno Gov. you know it's funny because Bela Tor doesn't have very many world champions. Right now they don't have a flyweight division. We'll start with that. They do for the women's legal name McFarland's the champ they don't have a straight division. Lima Malays the flyweight champion for the women's, but there's no men flyweight then bantamweight. They they don't have a women's battling with division. Wait do they. Know they have flyweight and featherweight. Yeah. Feathery I don't think they have a battery. Yeah. Featherweight is Chris Cyborg. She took away the title from Julia Budd. And then. Now, let's go to the men. The men don't have a bantamweight champion either that's why they only had five champions agendas, those banners. Here's the problem with that banners. Here's the problem with that. They don't have a A bantamweight champion for the men. because. Kyoji Horiguchi had. A one in one with caldwell where they both fought each other in different organizations and Kyoji argue t one but then Kyoji Horia Gucci is no longer the Bella tour champion. And so now we got one archer let an patchy mix are going for it. Daring call will has nothing to do with it. He's the one that lost to Kyoji. Gucci. So they don't have a current champion at one, thirty five and then pit bull is the forty five and fifty five champ. That's why he just saw pit bull. And then next up Lima proper champ. But then the middleweight champion he's got an illnesses well Rafael about junior. So he's out and then Batur is champion going in. So when you look at it, they only had five champions up there. I was like what's going on there? and. Then I think about it for their the only add the ones that I mentioned in Lima Lay. CYBORG. pit bull the Peter I love it I. Love that they do that. That's one of the coolest things when you walk into the arena and for ballot Aurigny, see those banners hanging let's so cool man I love that yeah, I agree. but. The are GonNa have arch let and mix soon. And I guess they're gonNA look to run Masasi versus Lima, which puts Leeman, a position champs out baiters no longer champ champ because now you'll see Namco's face up there except what will be bizarre is you'll see the face of Nemtsov and the face of Baiter. So you'll have the heavyweight and the light heavyweight except the light heavyweight has been the heavyweight. That's going to be a little bizarre you know. It'd be weird. I mean them cough has every right to go hey, let's right back at your weight I mean I we're both going to put on some pounds although it looks like. Maybe BAITER can fill in a little bit more who knows Anyway folks prior to that. Bell Tower. While Bater was first making the case that with John Jones moving into the lightweight or heavyweight, he might be the number one light-heavyweight on the planet. I understand him saying it. But I didn't really necessarily agree for one I think Jones is still the best light heavyweight until he actually fi to compete is at first. And then let's see but I think. At least replace him over there at. You know and. We don't have a champion between the rich and raise So I still considered John Johnson number one everywhere in the world at this point, that's how he'll be ranked. because technically the could blow out his knee today. And Dana Could Probably Talk Jones fighting ray is you know on September twenty six? When whenever you know. John Witches go back down I guess I don't. I don't even know if they'd give him the title back or if it's still vacant or what. But until we actually see those steps I just think we have to consider it now coker goes out and says it he's Got Davis he's got 'em cavs got better. And in the USA Today Sports Emery Junkie rankings with Anderson being picked up, he's actually got a little bit of a point in that. They have some bodies there so that they can make an argument towards UC of guys because again the UC's lost. Cormier a few years ago he moved the heavyweight Gustafsen competed, but he's still being looked at the light heavyweight. Jones same thing AJ retired three years ago he's coming back so It's closer than people think but. Dana had a little bit of fun with it when he was asked about the next day to that's cute or something like that. He did yeah and it's. It's He didn't see then said I get what's God's China do I'm not trying to shit on but then you could tell he was he just doesn't want anyone ever walk away from a press conference thinking maybe these guys are yet so he asks the immediate I think he had another reset and goes on and on these guys are crazy and then he said he had another quote they're basically just completely shutting it down we cut them we didn't want them I. Don't know if that was the case I think the simplest way you can say it is The assured into suck when Davis invader left they were both for sure good good fighters who had good runs in the AFC. So the either the AFC didn't want to pay them more or they thought they were boring or those guys just wanted to make more. It'd be a little bit of all depending on that but it sure wasn't anything to do with. They were lesser than the guys they left behind. There is a little bit of a reality check though in the sense that. You can't completely right off those type of ideas. Because you've had a guy like just engaging world series of fighting come over when your belt and he Alvarez Bella tour come over when your belt. So. It's not the most craziest thing either to say that it's okay to say that there could be one guy in division that's just as competitive as my top guy. But I think we all know overall for UC's for and. Sometimes, I feel like maybe he takes it as an overall thing and really we're just saying, hey man, maybe this one guy will there was one journalists who said. Hey have you don across promotion? You could tell that one someone new but the question I hadn't been asked in a long time. So I think it was fair honestly, and if that person new, why not just go for it and then Dina was a would would we do you know and that guy's best offering was starting with arch Aleta he basically should've said, well,.

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"john witch" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"john witch" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Other day, and it's a video posted seventy five. So you've record? All I've done one hundred fifty to two hundred. Yeah, because you have like you have some banked up ready Oh. That I'm saying takes takes just done. Are you gonNA do like outtakes. Didn't him because away snapchat. Because you know you have to do it well, and I could have saved him, but I was going so fast. I was like I. Don't WanNa. Take the time to say this when it keep going. Yeah, whatever messed up I know how to fix and I want to get it done posted on snapchat after you make him or not. To your phone. Yeah, you don't do anything on snapchat except us. The filters you. Know we don't talk. It was I was Kinda. Glad to sort had that moment was like. How do we end? What's the not because I'M GONNA? Keep doing the characters, but. How do you sort of gracefully? Bow Out and say. which was weird? It coincided with everything's happening. Nationally right now, because everybody's doing the freeze, know media. Kinda anyway. Yeah, just to honor. Everything is happening in the world and give space to think about it so I was it was? It was kind of a good chance for me to be like? This is a good time to pause anyway. So I was you. I plan on stop him, but that was even more. Like okay, that's a good reason, so you're taking a break for a little bit, and just for the I just feel like an ice kind of taking them. Out For the week, so yeah, but it's I think the funniest thing that I learned about it. was you kind of have to have? You have to build storylines for these people because by the third year the first time you. Did Matt. You're just doing it. And then by the second time you can like okay, third and fourth time you like. I have to have an a story ARC. Be, I'm going to refer to things that I have to remember what are referred to or who I called somebody. Yeah, yeah, you're not just starting over right. Take these notes. Ridiculous. You take notes. While you're doing. It because I'm like what's her husband's name? Another thing that does that. He works so I respect you for doing this. He will sleep as that character the night before. Fully in full makeup, these aren't actually filters. This is. Noses and stuff like that and I respect that. You've had a team of doctors. On I'm in so much, that's true, but that's mostly because of coronavirus. They were around anyway around anyway. They went ahead and did medical. Thing I face John Witch of the corn. Teeny ones is your for. Korn tiny. Character. Do you have a favorite actually haven't seen any. That's not true. Internet serves them up that does. Is! Pastor. Pastor. KIMMO. US. To get there. I didn't sleep in his garbage. He'll need an hour and a half and get ready. He's. Hotspur the pastor elubode I'm for. I can't tell you he so so out. Of all of them. He's the only one that I can just go I. Don't yeah, and I have some stuff. But I just feel like I could do that character. Yeah, the thing that I love about two things at one. I know that Guy Yeah. Yeah Yeah, yeah, and to you it almost doesn't there a couple little. Things in their transitions do every time that are funny enough. It doesn't even matter what you say when you say. Pastor Mike. The hard stop is so often church. It's so my gosh. Way that he loses his eyes. I will. Is are sort of like a brain breaks like. Him, so, in his thoughts down when that is. In the more abrupt that transition. Funnier yeah out of the blue. You know one of the things that I. Mean I have a friend who every time he does is still to this day. CACKLE with laughter, but we'll. We'll all be having 'cause. We all grew up in the church and south and we'll like. Somebody will say something really fun at a picnic slash. Hang out in everybody's laughing and he will immediately grab the two people's hands next go. Thank. You, Lord for laughter. And I'm like it can be. I will I can't control. How hard I laugh! Because he's really sincere when he does. Use Okay. Oh, I mean. I mean he's being funny, but. He plays it so serious and he'll. Lord Thank You And I'm like I'm out. I WANNA see a series of video of people's reaction to all my God. Off immediately goes up. Captured a blessing. That's I think that's a lot of people's favorites. I can't.

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"john witch" Discussed on Reset

Reset

10:48 min | 11 months ago

"john witch" Discussed on Reset

"You're reporter. You sometimes end up. Getting invited into a company's offices for a tour brands opened their doors to show you how they operate in the hope that it will inspire more indepth coverage so Gucci Ritchie. A tour of a new call center that they opened in Jersey City. Jessica Testa is a styles reporter at the New York Times and she went on a tour just like that with a colleague of hers back in November kind of like a really ducked out space on the waterfront in Jersey City where all their customer customer service agents would kind of you know gather taken calls from customers and I was also there with my colleague John Witch. Who Co wrote the article with me and we came to this part of the tour where there was just this big screen like a poster size screen on the wall and it was a white white background and there were these little characters all over it? And he's like blue and yellow and green and I wanted to call them like peeps at I because they didn't look like the actual like candy Peop- not the marshmallows. They gave me a peep vibe. I would say they're they're more like bowling pins with little like huge googly eyes and some of them had hair and some of them didn't like they're they're all these kinds of there was a an Afro ooh. There was like a hairstyle that I later compared to a Megan repea- knows her like almost exactly. So what was this really playing a video game. What were you witnessing? Yeah so that was our first question is like what are these cartoons doing up on the wall and Gucci Kind of explained claimed this is. This is our store in real time. This is our US GUCCI DOT COM store and those little cartoons represent shoppers. And I I was just fascinated by this and if you other people in the group are like ready to move on and I was like we. It's just like is this Gucci Technology. Like who who is providing you this like did you make this in house And they explain notes from this company Power Front Today on the show. We're looking at a company. Any that's making software that hundreds of brands are using to track every move. You make when you're shopping online like when you put something in your cart and then you take it Out and then you put it back again months later. Power Front is helping retailers. See it all in real time. I'm Ariel Jim. Ross this is Jessica Testa wrote about Power Front for the New York Times. Power Front is a software company their signature offering. It's called inside the this platform that I was seeing that allows ECOMMERCE websites most of them luxury faction retailers to have this ser- back end where they have a visualization of their store. And they're even sort of sections of the store like you can see the exit so you can see when people are like moving closer toward the exit people phone meaning these little cartoon pins just to be clear. These are people visiting a website and then on the other end the store end there are customer service representatives who are seeing this interface. That looks like a store where they get to see the customers move around. Yeah you'll see like like There there will be like an accessory section and like a clothing section and so you'll see each pin sort of sitting near whatever section that shoppers or is in And this was fascinated me a lot because I do a lot of online shopping. And I've never thought about it. In this way I've never thought about like visualizing myself I self as if I was in a store like moving around and I certainly never thought that somebody was watching me do it. We learned that when you sort of selected a customer. When you look at the customer you could see a sentiment? Score and sentiment was was a assessment of their mood. So I think the first time we saw it said sentiment negative one on someone on and that meant that they were not very happy not outwardly angry but just kind of like So that kind of reminded me of the Sim World World where you have your diamond above your head like indicating your mood. The critical piece with that we did see action. Is that while you're chatting with in customer service agent you typing and the person can see what you're typing before you hit. Send that seems like a pretty pretty significant invasion of privacy. Yeah I think you could argue that. I think that it's just. It was just fascinating to me as a customer are you know I could just imagine like being on Gucci Dot Com looking in a bag and seeing this bubble pop up like we've all seen that bubble. That's like nick asked me. Something must mean something. How can we help you today? And it's just not you don't think about who is on the other end I think because we've also been trained to think those are plots so who uses power front power friend is used by hundreds of ECOMMERCE websites. It's at least that's what powerful and told us we know that a number of you know incredibly prominent luxury retailers use them so neiman. Marcus was one that we were able to see. See a live demo of their store while we're reporting the story Sephora which I found really yeah so far I found interesting because I think that they do so much of their business business online right. Another customer of Power Fronts is staples and I'm and Dillard's which is also a sort of lower market department store At least compared to name and Marcus but I think power front just wants L- luxury customers like that's who they're going after but yeah they're also serving having these sort of more more mass market businesses as well so a brand or store can buy this program this software and then their customer service employees are the ones using it. Yes okay so how. Many people were actually interacting with this software. Every day. Howard from says that it's platform process has has the information from twenty million customers a day? Okay So this this people are interacting with this. This is not like some some small insignificant a number of individuals who are actually interacting with the software on a day-to-day basis. How exactly does this software work? What do power front users on on the back end and I mean the the customer service representatives? What did they see so power front gave John? I chance to put ourselves in that seat to like get a live demo. Mo and see what they see So for example we were in the Gucci Store and there was a customer who had kind of a furrowed brow. How again there's a huge googly eyes on every little avatar this looked a little mad So we clicked on her and and and I say her because when her information popped up you could see. Ip Address Location Name. A lot of identifying factors that I I was surprised were available but most importantly in remote shockingly to me was the fact that you could see everything that this customer had looked at. was that customer. Mr Mer signed into a like a customer account or or was it just browsing the website. It was unclear for this particular customer. But to your point the you don't have to be locked into a website in order for all of this information to be available to them you don't have to have an account on Neiman Marcus or Gucci for people to be able to know what you've bought previously right exactly like we have this sense that we're being watched online But for me that sense he's always felt a little like robotic you know for example like a look sweater on MRIs Dot Com right and swagger. We'll follow me like next time. I'm on facebook like an ad for that sweater. Everyone's experience that you've also had the experience where you put something in your cart. You don't check out but then you get an email right and those practices don't require you to be logged on either. What was your reaction to office us? My reaction when I first saw the software like inaction was just like wow they have access to so much information and they could do do so much with it like they could help companies make decisions about inventory Or what they're going to sell the next season or or you know things like that but power says they're not doing that and they're just a customer service tool for the time being. I had never thought about what it looks like on the other end of the transaction. Especially this idea that like somewhere screen. Every time I enter. You know an ECOMMERCE website that somewhere honest honest a screen in a call center or a anonymous like corporate headquarters. There is a cartoon version of me that somebody can click gone and look into my past. I think that what we buy online reveals so much about us So that's what just was struck me immediately. Speaking of what it looks like on the other end of the transaction is almost like being showroom with them. You can see exactly what they're doing thing what you're doing and you can help them as much as possible with the information that you have what you're hearing is the testimonials from a customer service representative that Power Front published etched on Youtube. I like being able to see what they're looking at the most. It's it's really convenient to be able to see you know right here. Exactly what they're looking at to be able to look the history of the items that they looked at and then just to have all that information available. You're in a store. You wouldn't necessarily know what they looked at in the store before they got to you and here you can kind of sneak in there and see exactly what they've been looking for being able to sneak in. That's supposed to be a selling point but when I watched that video I didn't feel super warm and fuzzy about it. Still someone at power front thought. That video video was a good idea so I talked to power front. CEO that's after the break. 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"john witch" Discussed on How Many Podcast

How Many Podcast

28:25 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on How Many Podcast

"At this one I did see but it's a horror movie and I don't think that any of y'all saw at us which was the second Jordan Peele horror movie I live in bears that I like the trailer and just a my reynolds sounds funny he is onions it wasn't bad it wasn't bad I mean it was has for meals comment missing link I didn't hate it but stop down to watch on Thanksgiving week I'd know Bob Beard Unknown Jesse Your luke warm I'm giving yes I'm on the fence attitude since I'm not passionate enough about it I'll say no Told in which I think was the Lord of the Rings Offer Guy Autobiography should be involved with difference that guy the guy yeah I live show puffing up here nine uh-huh title forget he and he was based in the movies yes but I did yeah I didn't see anybody else have any interest to now on no no all right so that's another one of those with dog movies a dog's journey such a Web I will so many of these the house it all night auster scratch okay so AH phase out of bed uh the next movie honorees movie this is one of the good movies he made John Witch happened three pair Bellamy all of the John Weeks Mister wet broke the rules trust you understand the repercussions if he survives John is now in a fair or services still off limits to what you need eh guns lots of guns all of decipher what because of a puppy wasn't just a puppy it is a great movie the action is so over the top good I love this movie how many times does he die in this movie let's play 'cause if you watch John Wick to the one big fight scene how sheep were that he another guy goes rolling down the stairs and then they roll into the the they wind up going they shooting each other in the subway station is there's seventeen things in that one scene okay that that would be that would concern either one was over the top in our ridiculous it is for him to stay alive this one quadruples arrays so let's shake laugh in our on board with him recent this was solid Oh yes from Gillingham billions yes and also braun from game of thrones is that it can swear soar engines initiated again January the wire yes then the benign scene and the force Oh yes that's a nice scenes and the horse scenes own would make this instant client Asian guys talk yes timeshare iron chef and holly berries dogs into speaking the dogs dogs are shaping up almost as funny as the once upon a time in Hollywood dog agreements once upon a time so John Wayne I say yes then right that maybe I'm like got even more than all right next movie another one of the lighter Action remakes of a cartoon Aladdin which has will Smith as the genie taking the place of Robin Williams I guess they I guess he was busy he couldn't find time schedule he got hung up you see I usually do this one's for your no nope this news time eight no okay so anybody interested in seeing you will see it's on cable not high interest I haven't seen it bob you haven't seen it okay that's interesting now this one I think oh count and I think you had told me really enjoyed this one book smart which is female hangover kind of female secret females bad which has a little sister party tonight what nobody knows that we are fun you didn't party because wanted to focus on school and get into good colleges and it worked the irresponsible people who partied also got into those colleges I'm incredible at hand jobs but so got a fifteen sixty on the sat done anything we haven't broken any rules name one person whose life was so much better because broke a couple of rules now he broke rules says the park's name Anthony this might be my favorite movie of the year really the because into high ratio or it's I new vendors would be awesome.

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"john witch" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Welcome back to they called this movie. Thanks for tuning in. We're doing law-abiding citizens or we're going to get into the plot but before I do that this has a seven point four rating on IMDB pretty solid right Yuppie rotten tomatoes scores twenty six percent yeah. That's a huge aged. Drop off from that right at seven point four. You're at a C. Plus like a C-. I can tell you exactly why that seven point four is there. It's it's it's because it's a very competent. You know it has stars in. It has good actors in it so there's nothing that screams terrible uh-huh you know it might be a bunch of Jamie Foxx fans. You know maybe voting it up a bunch of Gerard Butler. Fans may be voting it up. You know it's one of those situations where you know hell. Maybe there's this click Bruce McGill fans. I don't know if that's a thing you know. macgyver has got a strong fan fan base. Maybe right so so maybe 'cause law-abiding citizen came out two thousand nine so Gamer had come out before the ugly truth. It come out rock and roll. ps I love you and three hundred so he was definitely writing at three hundred waves yeah but after that I mean and so he had a movie called shadow company never heard he was the narrator so I don't think he really had anything to do with it but a lot of his movies after three hundred were just pretty pretty terrible yeah yeah he after three hundred he kind of went away from action movies for some reason and I don't know why his why he did that but whatever he had he had those years like Kinda eight did where all we did was wrong calms for some odd reason yeah. It was a bad career choice I think or maybe it's just something he wanted to do but I'm drawer Butler fan so I didn't hate this movie movie necessarily bored by it because it's an interesting premise and I guess we'll get into it right all right cool so the movie opens up withdraw Draw Butler and his family. They're getting ready to settle down. They're going to have dinner very nice for peaceful and then there's the door Dr Butler Clyde Shelton character goes to answer. The door gets a bat right to the face. It's a home invasion not how you want to envision a peaceful night at the house right so so we see where John Wick got his opening draft right right foot. There's there's no dog in here just the daughter and the the wife just so it's not exactly so. I wouldn't have gone on a John Witch style rampage if it was just my family but if they if they get hardly a bruce my my golden retriever in my golden lab job I'd make John Wick looked like so there's a home invasion. Gerard Butler is stabbed. The wife is stabbed and the daughter stab so out of everyone in the house. Dr Butler lives the two guys is the two robbers and murderers are caught and it turns out that the DNA evidence is kind of inconclusive inclusive in court. It's not going to hold up so Jamie. Fox's character. Nick Rice is the assistant. Da to Bruce Macgill's da Jonas Cantrell Jamie wants to cut it. The price wants to cut a deal with the one murderer. I Clarence Clarence Darby. Who's going to wrap on his accomplice. I'm yes I believe aims. Aims not is not the dog food aim so he's willing to testify against aims or plea deal and nick wants to take it so at this point. I I'm not sure were if they said at any point in home invasion you're not sure who's WHO and and that's when it cuts the court and the offending is the aggressor yes. He's Clarence Darby's the one who murders the wife and the daughter. He's getting ready to rape. The wife and the daughter interrupts it and then plied blacks out so you don't really know what happens. We just find out that there are murdered and aims is the one who is kind of telling Darby to. Let's get out of your. Let's get out of here so he's not. He's there to rob. Ah He's not there in a murder anyone Darby's reading him out saying that he's the murderer and he's getting himself a plea deal so nick tells Clyde that they took the deal will the the the evidence isn't substantial enough to get them both obviously now that this is where I or either of them right so they can only make one thing stick and that's the aims so to me. I feel like that's kind of bullshit because he was there and he even says Clyde even says listen. I saw their faces. I know what happened. The jury would believe me and I think ten times out of ten. That's going to happen right. There's a a murder of a little girl was murdered. The wife was murdered possibly raped. I mean and he saw them. He did see them. Even though he blacked out I was like well. I did see them so I feel like any. Da Worth author salt can make that stick right yet but I think the main thing that you find out here a have the paper thin plot tat you blacking out is the reason why people won't they won't believe you at the defense attorney or shreds you know because he got hit in the back before worry so any of their face it so that's that's the paper thin argument that Nick makes but the you find out before all the best that nick is really obsessed with this conviction rate Colorado he just wants to get keep that conviction rate is he says ninety six point ninety six percent right so at this point to me. Nick is the bad guy in this movie and I'll kind of get. I'll delve into that a little bit later so nick like Marquesa. Nick just wants to keep his approval not approval rating his conviction rating high so he makes the deal without clydes can sense essentially. I don't know if he needs consent do so right because he's not really part of the the outcome so obviously. Clyde is not very happy Nick He. I don't think he really cares at this point and and he goes home. He's happy and there's that that staredown outside the courtroom between Clyde and Nick and you're just like well I obviously nick or clydes going to give give him his come up and he sees him shaking hands with Darby Right. You know because he's an asshole that guy that really well yes see the line that Adam nick uses. That comes around later is he says to him. It's not what you know what you can prove in court. Bright is what he is. What he says is to Dr Butler character and then and this movie had things where they brought back lines like you're paying an attention you can't will you can't outrun fate yeah yeah yes so you know in that comes back at Multiple Times in the movie you but at this point it's sort of like you know. I'm I wasn't I wasn't ready for the ten year jump. When it happens happens at this point I thought they could have done it sooner but as soon as they did the tenure jump at an I realized I was like Oh yeah that's right because nick would have a daughter at this point yes and so he he goes home after the the trial to his wife. Regina Hall and you know he's he's talking to the baby and her her stomach so her Kelly. I should say not babies grow and that's not how it works so yes we flash forward ten years later. nick is in a very is a very accomplished. Da Hey he's got a nice house. He's got a daughter. He's got a lovely wife so he he his life mirrors plied essentially so this is obviously important. There's going to be two parallels we were ten years. It's the day of aims is death on a death lethal his execution. He's GonNa be killed by lethal injection so nick goes with Leslie bibs Character Sarah Lower. That's like his basically his his assistant so they go and everything seems like it's going to norm. It's going normally. I've never been to a we action so I don't know if that's how it goes and something goes wrong. Aims dies very painful death and this is where we kind of get into the meat of Vit- as it turns out essentially Clyde has kind of made these booby traps for certain people and he sets that's up Clarence Darby and by putting knee defeat line scratched into the tampered with bottle right so now the police are after Clarence rb. please show up but Clyde gives clarence a little bit of a heads up and help them escape from the cops only to capture him and then pretty much time up to a operating table now to me. I I notice a pattern with the killings so oh Dr Butler's character is a tinkerer. It's it said right. He has a lot of patents. He's a very smart guy so he invents all these contraptions to help get him get back at the people who wronged him so he tortures. Clarence Darby films it and he's got all of these different gadgets there and and I I notice a pattern where the first guy who dies aims dies a very. It's a painful death but it's very like subdued in in a way that other people's deaths aren't right so aims dies from lethal injection but he's poisoned essentially but then clarence gets the big one gets the brunt of it and rightfully so he tells him what he's going to do. He cuts off his you know his testicles. He dismembers him limb by. Limb mm-hmm and it's all caught on tape by pretty sure he decapitates him right. Yeah we XI's head on the table. RUPP's coming right and the yeah the the whole point of that is you know he wants them both dead because you know he assumes that aims could have stopped Darby from murdering his family. Oy is going to have him suffer but he needs also make that look like Darby so that he can capture and walk right into the trap and yeah and the first invention that he has is the gun that when the triggers pulled it actually shoots out yet a needles of Alpher puffer it doesn't poison that paralyzes feels everything but cannot move right yeah and that's awesome so essentially the whole point of this movie is Clyde is going to get back at every single person who was a part of the case the so he gets the killers or the you know he gets Darby rb and aims and then he's GonNa go after everyone in the legal system so his grand scheme essentially is the legal system is broken and he's going to bring it down to to show everyone that it's it's pretty much a joke and it and it kind of.

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"john witch" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"She faces charges a driving or operating vehicle without owner's consent felony bail jumping failure to comply with offices attempt to take a person custody as party to a crime failure to comply offices attempt to take a president custody strike police fire animal using a dangerous weapon causing injury attendant flee or Liu and officer corps into a criminal complaint. It all started with a report a burglary in Germantown, the June third day before to pursue in the standoff. A Manto believes his parents have been burglarized, while they went in Las Vegas. Vehicle was reported missing when a garage, minivan involved in the pursuit standoff. A handgun official said Nathan half man was in possession of was also taking this burglary. The complaint said the man interview by police indicated Kaelin Sunday couldn't been could've been as parents home. The comply says Sunday, said that the van belong to a customer, who pays her for six. She said it was happening. I did go to customers take property to satisfy an outstanding debt. She says she went this grand theft auto you can't do that. She says she went along to make sure he didn't trash the place. She said half found a pistol and Kees van she said she drove the van away from Germantown home. The next day June fourth. The park superintendent at catamaran state FARs had contact with vehicle at the campground. It was fouled park near campsite with no proof. I haven't been registered for the site and was legally part at one point, the complaint said a female jumped into the driver's seat. And drove OI around four fifteen pm awarded on routine patrol of a mini van parked in the lot, matching the description of the vehicle for an earlier incident. It was founded. The minivan didn't have a state park interested in the wind chill as a choir. A man in the one more found a minivan at one point too complacent. The women put the minivan of versus the ward and Yale, ma'am. Stop she drove off at the shrugging shoulders and Somali. No. So then the water pursued the minivan, Dan. And learn having listened to stolen the complaint says, stop sticks set on highways these e at the beginning of construction song where workers were resurfacing pavement. Debbie was unable to spike strips in time at one point in the construction zone. Out on this article just moved on me. Oh, the complaint say a larger should Trump attempted to cut the minivan off, but the media man went on to the to the right of the truck. How as sixty seven the van briefly come to a stop at a stop. Sign traffic turning we found rule turning left to head north or how these seven require several other drivers to stop to avoid collision stop sticks. Deploy upper Giannis row and a minivan swerves to avoid sticks. But both driver's side times ended up the flayed it more statistics will deploy and a different row, which were hit by van even more stops. Things deploy at Blue Ridge road. Transport shit was this fast and furious shit as what was that need for speed as a pursue pass to Blue Ridge row ever again. Inclined towards I ninety four I over past deputy got him position perform a pit maneuver outlets. They go to at this point, how to get your ass out of that. You're going to be thrilled. You can't get out of that. They get you Pimm Novus spend at this point. The complaint said the man van leaned out the front, passenger seat holding a black handgun initially pointed at the warden, and then pointed at the deputy the war and drew a service weapon aided past aside and van through the windshield the deputy rolled down his window fire two shots van Damme, they was on. Mount They. St John witch. It. With word a guardrail came to stab on the east side. I ninety four overpass..

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"john witch" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Exposing left wing media bias, no stone left. Unturned the Sean Hannity show is back on the air wing everywhere. I don't know. We've, we've all seen these reports that fifteen out of seventeen states. He spent two million on, on your behind in fifteen hundred seventeen state showed you those polls because posted on. Don't exist. But I just had a meeting with somebody that's upholster, and I'm winning everywhere. So I don't know what you don't feel like you're behind. Right. And you're not fighting by hadn't even started hitting. We're getting tremendous Paul's. So Joe Biden appears to be the front runner in virtually all the polls. Do you think he is sufficiently answered the accusations from women who accused him of inappropriate touching? Does he ensure does he get it? I think it's something that he has to kind of show, the electorate, I think that I, I think that it is an issue, where there is a struggle. I'll be completely honest. I don't think that he has, and I don't, I wouldn't say that it is an incredibly severe. I don't think that voters think that he is necessarily guilty of sexual misconduct or anything like that. But I do think that there may be some discomfort. Especially seeing some clips, this we can, you know, before telling thirteen year old telling her brothers to watch out for her and all right. There. Kinda laughing at this because there's the leader of the Democratic Party Cossio Cortes, Nancy Pelosi is speaker in name only, and I listened, I'm, I'm kind of chuckling to myself because, you know, she hates Biden. It is clear, even Biden, all the pressure. He had to jump on the new green deal bandwagon himself and offer some ridiculous. What six trillion dollars over however many years to get us to the oil and gas free and just his policy may know citing twenty forty or fifty was what he was looking at just to appease this radical new base of the Democratic Party. You look at the polls. Now, whatever the president saw didn't see. I look at polls by people that I trust the most two of them are with us. Now, John McLaughlin, pollster strategist and Matt Towery who kind of retired in twenty four but he's pull of crap is he doesn't retire. Sends me the best notes with the greatest analysis, especially on states like Georgia, Florida and, and really important swing states. We do have John's brother, Jim. But that's rare that he ever shows up. He does work supposedly in polling. But, you know, I've never see the guy welcome to the program. Sean, I gotta tell you, as far as Jim goes Linda vouch for you. You know, if you get Linda on this, you know, three McLaughlin, so. Well, Linda shows up on time. You do your brother barely ever shows up on. Jim. Get over being late for my show and not showing up another day. No, he's never going to get you never going to downplay that. All right. So John, let me start with you. Because you poll for the prime minister of Israel BB Netanyahu. Right. You poll for the President Donald Trump? You have pulled for controversial figures over the course of your career like Jesse Helms North Carolina. And, you know, I would argue and tell me where I'm wrong that I don't think the president is your typical politician that will ever pull the in any traditional sense of the word. I think there is an outlier affect that nobody could ever really put their fingers on, on my. No that people in the past talked about the Bradley effect that wouldn't apply here. But maybe some Trump affect if you will. A little bit of a phenomenon that he's never going to pull what he's really at. That's my strong belief that I'd say six to seven points would be the number. No. Exactly right. You saw this twenty sixteen when, you know, saying he could win. And the exit polls were wrong until election night puzzle and what it is. It's built into as one is, does the media bias and more. So this president than any other political figure I've ever pulled for before. I mean where basically the media ninety percent of the coverage is negative. And now they take it to the pulse, and they know if they do pulses, two hundred forty million eligible voters in the country. Ninety million didn't vote in the last election only. It was a record. It was a record tornado one hundred thirty nine million of which Trump out nine million more voters, particularly in these key states in the electoral states to win and the polls now are out there. I mean there was a poll of adults done by yougov over the weekend economist or last week. We're thirty nine percent had never voted presidential race before. So they pull adults and people who are registered voters, but may not vote and the real, the best polls of likely voters where you calling off a list, and Matt Jim tell you this is very expensive. You got buy sample. You gotta know who you're calling, it means you gotta make a lot more phone calls to be able to get to the people. So it's, it's a more accurate way appalling and ninety nine point nine percent of the campaign polls that we do are never released because, it's, it's secretive formation that candidate wants us to set strategy, but going back to your original question. The president's numbers are, are better than the media. Certainly makes the polls are skewed and biased. And then they try to make a stories attacking the Trump campaign about our polls and we're doing much better, you know than than certainly the media saying. And the president is right. And you know, is going to have to prove them wrong beat him again next year. In November twenty twenty Matt. I will you stop saying, please and I say this with all due love and affection because I've known you. I mean, we were there together the night, new king, which became speaker of the house, and, and you, you tell me every time I talked to you retired. I wanna like, yeah, right? Sure. Sure. Matt we. All right. I mean you're convincing yourself, but it's really not working out. Well for you. Sitting here looking at all. I'm going to be in Orlando so far to the president's announcement. So I'm not so tired. You know, I wanna follow up on what what John was saying. So I used as you know, Sean, I pull for media organization, and one of the problems that he's media organizations, they get all these academicians. And people who think they know this much about Poland, create the standards that they want and suddenly, the standards that they want our, our artistic applete opposite of the standards that we use the pole real live political race, for example. John mentioned. You gotta get the likely voters a lot of times they don't do that. They have a ridiculously high threshold for cellphone voters cellphone butters, you need to overland young and your heavenly, Democrats. They don't wait their poll properly. They're looking at, at a turn out on all this. Thousand well rather than Donald Trump turn out of two thousand sixteen on and on, and on and look at some of the polls today era joke. Absolutely a joke. So John completely right? There is a built by against Donald Trump. We're never going to see that really dealt with until we get to election day, twenty twenty and it'll be just like talk on election day, back and do sixteen. The turn out. It's higher as John alluded to, and we're hearing about this massive waves. And then they're all on the exit polls show. The president losing again, let me make that prediction, and they'll be proven wrong, again, I believe, because I voted remember with you. All right, Jim. I'm not being a pain in your neck, we love you. But we kinda do. Your brother's a lot better at timeliness and your brothers a little bit. You know, more engaged than has more urgency than you do. That's all. I'll say. You know what you don't good part about that, though, is in real life. I'm the one who's always on time he's the one who's realize real life, wouldn't be the Hannity show. Really? Why don't we dig deeper great for yourself? And I'll never invite you back on the program. Let's I wanna follow up on something that both Matt John witches talking about cincpac to twenty eighteen. I look at twenty eighteen was a huge missed opportunity for us in the midterm elections, especially I think we could have picked up a few more Senate seats and we definitely shouldn't a lost as many congressional as he did. Why seventy percent of Americans said that we had a good economy. The biggest problem we had in twenty eighteen was we didn't have Donald Trump on the top of the ticket like we did in twenty sixteen. And what happened was a lot of these Trump voter stayed home. That's not gonna happen in twenty twenty and you look at it with all the successes. He has on the Konami. He's got with destroying ISIS and whatnot. That's going to read up the Republicans and think about this. Look at this comparison when Joe Biden doesn't invent out, Niwa. What does he get eighty maybe eighty five people show up? A former vice president of the United States. Look what's going on with Donald Trump's announcement. You've got twenty thousand people sold out. You've got people waiting online. She's attracting people he's attracting excitement. And I don't see whether it's Joe Biden or any of the Democrats. I don't think Joe Biden is going to win the nomination, by the way, at the end of the day, none of them are creating the Susie as away. And if you don't think it's by what do you think it's going to be sure, but it's going to be one of the crazy liberals and that's the biggest problem you have right now is, you're gonna have some Democrats that wins that democratic primary, that's going to be out of touch with mainstream America, because think about it. Think about what they wanna do. They want to raise your taxes. They won't open borders. They want national government run healthcare. Those are things that are the opposite of what mainstream America was. I quick break right back. John mclaughlin. His brother Jim who rarely shows up and Matt Towery as we look at the poll numbers for twenty two. Twenty and what they really mean. Wanna remind you. It's halfway through the year and you have legal work supposed to do in January February you probably didn't do it..

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"john witch" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Metal. It's now resting off to the right shoulder. Your next report happens at one twenty five. I'm Rick petits. With more traffic reports, more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio showers and also the gusty winds slowly moving off to the east. So today, we're still left with some cooler than normal conditions. But at least it will be warmer than yesterday. So we're looking at partly cloudy skies with lingering breezes. And then temperatures will be anywhere from three to eight degrees warmer than yesterday. So that means we're looking at a high of sixty five for Newport Beach, sixty five four areas. Likes monica. Sixty seven for downtown LA, sixty six Burbank. Sixty eight for Woodland Hills and then our high desert communities. We're looking at temperatures topping out in the mid sixty same with inland empire as we head into Tuesday. Temperatures will even warmer than today. We're climbing up to the sixties and seventies. And then by the time we had into. Wednesday. We're looking at temperatures a mix of sixty seventies and closer to eighties southern. California's most accurate. Dependable forecast CBS to meteorologist, amber, leaf or KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio fifty five degrees in your Belinda. If you're in corona it's fifty four fifty four also in Thousand Oaks at one seventeen Aladdin is back and his genie granting, Disney's wish for big debut for its new live-action remake the animated classic from decades ago that moves doing even better than expected now to end up with more than one hundred and ten million dollars over this long holiday weekend. We'll Smith place genie who was voiced by Robin Williams in the earlier Phil, and it puts quite a show during his first appearance after Latin rubs, the magic lamp. Stead. Three. John witch after three para bellum is second this time around with thirty million dollars avengers in game Pokemon detective Pika chew and bright burn round out the new top five tourism, California has died after being attacked by a shark in Hawaii, sixty five year old man was swimming about sixty yards off shore, when the attack happened after he was pulled ashore, responders notice that he was missing half his leg. And he'd also suffered serious bite injuries on other parts of his body CPR.

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"john witch" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Magic Johnson earlier on Tuesday evening with our Rachel Nichols. Meanwhile, sportscenter allnight who tweeted that quote urban I love working side by side with you you brought us a long way we will continue the journey. We love you. Sportscenter allnight who tweeted that that's the reaction at least the public reaction from Jeanie Buss. She tweeted around halftime of the Lakers blazers game team also releasing a full statement which read in part, quote, there's no greater Los Angeles. Laker, then Ervin Johnson, we are deeply grateful to magic for all the done for our franchise player and embassador and as an executor executive as we begin the process of moving forward. The statement went on to say, we will work at a measured and methodical fashion to make the right move for the future of our organization. Lakers sending quite a bit of love towards magic Tuesday publicly, but was there division behind closed doors quite a bit of speculation as to what would be happening with Luke Walton on Thursday. You heard our Rachel Nichols discussed that with magic in telling reporters that he was quitting. Magic didn't directly tie has decision. To Luke Walton future that future widely expect. To be fired. But Johnson repeatedly mentioned that genie busts had an affinity for Walton and Johnson mention is desire not to cause people between the two of them. Then there's the announcement thing magic saying he didn't tell Jeanie bus, rob Pelinka. You heard him say he couldn't tell Jeanie Buss face to face as she might talk him into staying ESPN insider Adrian was rescue. He clearly alluded to the fact that he wanted to fire Luke wall in she didn't want him to be fired that was gonna be difficult for her and she had given him the ability to do that. And he stopped short of doing Luke wall in that coaching staff expected to be fired either tonight or tomorrow after this game. And we'll see what happens there rob point remains general manager for how long and here's the things. The Lakers have the ability to go out and get almost any top executive in the NBA to come work for. For them. And it remains, you know, the franchise in the league people believe they could win there. And it's a stage. John witch. You know, it's a stage on which you're able to recruit free agents. You're able to you know, really sustained success and they've never run a real search for general manager in the last decade fifteen years they've not had to do that or not wanted to do that. But they could go out and get the best of the best. If that's what they choose to do will see what Jeanie Buss decides here back Pelinka for a second in his comments. Magic said I wanna thank genie. I wanna thank Jesse and Joey the bus children who are now in scouting. He even wanted to thank the media pointed out our Rachel Nichols and Ramona Shelburne, and he went through all of that. And never said he wanted to thank rob Pelinka. What do you make of that? I I don't know what to read into it Zubin. I mean, he he, you know, sometimes you forget names. I I don't know if that had a greater meeting there. They've been pretty rock-solid together, you know, since they've been there. But. Listen this job is hard. Magic Johnson found out how hard it is. And he was not putting in the time that you know, other other executives that he's competing against across town with the clippers. You know, you know, up in the bay with Bob Myers, Golden State, or our view in San Antonio. Magic Johnson is not put the hours into this job. He would be gone for structure. He would not be in the office. He was not out. Scouting a great deal. He had other businesses that he attended to. And this is a full time around the clock job ma-. Magic didn't pursue it that way, and it wasn't enough to just get LeBron James in free agency. And and along the lines of the Brian I was told that he Palanca met with LeBron and LeBron's agent Rich, Paul and Saturday they. Talked. And there was no indication. I was told that magic was headed toward this kind of a bombshell..

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"john witch" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Running my business. Who cares? Well that that's fine. Except if you're telling Michael Cohen lie doesn't give you the only reason you would ask a guy to lie about something. Because you're a little nervous about the people that are asking the questions. Right. What is it that? He wouldn't want people to know about if it's such a little thing. I really can't answer that question. You can. But you don't want to if the story is true again. I don't know that the story is true. But if Trump did ask Colin to lie in front of congress. He's not asking them to lie about whether he had Wheaties at Gerry breakfast. Okay. He's asking them to lie about it. Because he wants to get them off the scent. That's the only reason to do it. And they would have to be something there there, would you? Don't ask you lie about nothing and John witch-hunt. You don't what what was the lie about Phoebe the lies about collusion? Obviously. Do you wanna look at collusion Hillary Clinton colluded with Russia far more than nine can't name? Okay. Well, I don't know about that. We don't know. But just sure, and I think people I think this type of stuff goes on fine. But right now, we're looking at whether or not Trump colluded with Russia, and what was Trump's behavior so far Trump is in the clear, and I am I sort of him with Giuliani ways. There is no collusion. But if call if Trump did ask Cohen delight, and we don't know this is true again, BuzzFeed knows, no documentation. But if he did ask him to lie, you guys that keep calling me and telling me, you will have Trump's back in that. But hold on. You gotta ask you. Why would he do that don't know? Whether it's true. And I we'll see I get it. You guys don't want talking about this. We're gonna move on. But keep that in the back of your mind. Chekhov's gun kind of thing that may come up again. We'll see Monday happy to take your calls and say knew this story. It was wrong. I don't know whether it's right or wrong. I'm not telling you. I haven't voted on on our own poll. Lightning iphone ten.

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"john witch" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"john witch" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Who joins us typically every Friday, but this week we're going to do it on Thursday because that's how we roll got banned from access Hollywood. How are you? Doing great John for the first time while and I need a few weeks because usually the first couple of months of the year, the movies are pretty bad, but at least two out of the three new movies this weekend. And there are three big goodies to talk of you got fifty shades darker, John witch chapter two lay Batman these movies are really really good one of them not so much, can you guess the not so much movie that is that is that you could skip this weekend. I'm guessing anything with Keanu Reeves is something you can skip. My friends, I baked this weekend outlets. A John chapter two is really good because it is even better than it's surprisingly good predecessor, the first John two thousand fourteen the movie was a good action film. It sort of poked fun at itself. It knew what it was. And it did what it did. Really, really? Well and Reeves, you know, he's not he's not Robert deniro. Let's just say that he knows this range. He stays in the sequel is even more action packed. It is it knows what it is. It's sort of a a sort of spoofs itself in some ways because he the action is so hyper. Knows what it is. It's two hours of good fun action. It is extremely violent. So be warned parents still young kids should not go see this movie. But for you know, older like teams in twenty something the millennials will really really dig it the movie that I wrote this weekend John is legal Batman now four years ago. The LEGO movie was was one of the best movies of two thousand fourteen should have been nominated for best animated Watson's. What it was so inventive at smart and fun and had a big heart. And the theme song. Everything is awesome. It is. It was such a great movie much better than a movie based on those classic building blocks deserve to be well now Waco Batman gets his own movie. All the same things apply. It's funny. It's smart sharp. It's imaginative. It has a big heart. Great for adults. Kids. Adults get like the knowing winks to the other Batman films kids will love the fall the nation of the action. And it does have a very big heart lake. Oh back man is better than the west. Batman came out Europe Batman v superman, so and it's actually the best Batman films since the dark night after he was so jazzed about this because he loves Batman, and he loves Legos. And combining the two is like the best thing that could ever possibly happen. And you know, what he's right because the whole in this case is greater than the sum of its parts a movie based on. I mean, how could this possibly be? Well, really really good because it is it like. Expert. Sort of acknowledges the previous incarnations in the Batman films, Michael Keaton, and and even Adam west from the TV series. I love that story behind west version of Batman. Yeah. It was that was fun. I grew up at that show came out the same original stocks Star Trek, but tell you John you could skip shades darker now, fifty shades of gray was preposterously stupid. I call it fifty shades of stupidity. This movie is another fifty shades of stupidity. The there's no chemistry between the two leads. Jamie Dornan and coded shots. And. It's really supposed to be very sexual. And and I it there's nothing sexy about it. Because there's no chemistry between them all the the the sex acts steel extremely contrived and forced and not natural at all. And really, I mean halfway through the film. I turn to my friend who I saw with. And I said, okay. So is there a story here because nothing's really happening here. I mean, it's based on a broad. You know, what it's like the first movie is, but what was in the book if there's nothing in the film. I don't get it. I was in the room screen room for a lot of women, and they were laughing, and I don't know if they were laughing with the film or laughing at it definitely added. Definitely added. I don't understand these movies because if you wanna watch a porno, just go watch porno, if you to watch a movie watcher bad movie, but you don't have to have a quasi porno. That just yet. John. I sitting there watching the film. I certainly wasn't gonna say this to anybody. I should just provide a port. Much much better movie. Oh my gosh. These movies. You don't want. It reminds me of it reminds me of these people that go to the Red Lobster and order chicken or they go to a really good steak house, and they order a piece of fish. If you don't order a piece of fish order a steak if you go to Red Lobster. Don't order piece of chicken order the lobster. But. Do you expect to be entertained for two hours, but you're getting a quasi porno? Well, then no one's happy logo was happy though. Happy right now, the funniest part is rotten tomatoes movie review database. It's eight percent, which means eight percent of the of the critics pulse. So far white to the fail. That's pretty low average. That's pretty rotten sounds like a train wreck. But again, you know, like your nephew who wants to see LEGO Batman. Yes. This movie it is it is terrific. It's I've got go safari say that of all the new releases this year, you know, the stuff that included Louis said opened in December and some cities like Hidden Figures robot, Lance contemporary Oscars Walter new films released in two thousand seventeen LEGO Batman is the best movie. So far this year. It's all your mouth and a half old by it is it is d wants to see. All right, Scott man's from access Hollywood. Thanks so much for lending your expertise. We appreciate it. And we'll be watching you on access Hollywood weeknights at seven thirty on NBC four and following you at Twitter at movie man now for eighteen on KABC. All right. We've got some breaking news coming out of the ninth circuit court of appeals a federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled against reinstating president Donald Trump's travel ban. This means the previously banned immigrants can continue to enter the United States. A panel of three judges from the ninth circuit court of appeals was deciding whether to block a lower court ruling that suspended the ban on immigration from seven countries with proven ties to terrorism the state said that Trump's travel ban harmed, individuals businesses and universities and called it a ban on Muslims. This thing is now headed to the supreme court, according to Donald Trump's attorneys with the attorneys for the executive branch, the department of Justice again, this just. Broke moments ago. The ninth circuit court of appeals three judge panel ruled against president Donald Donald Trump and his travel ban is now on hold more detailed KABC suitor. St. St. twenty three. This is the drive home.

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"john witch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john witch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Or minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet capital? One. In a small towns in central Maine that lost mills are seeking smaller. Economic winds wary of being too reliant on single industries mills once a the largest employers in Maine have mostly fallen off the radar as a guaranteed job out of high school small economic winds in these smaller towns should make their economies more sustainable, but it can be a long path Wall Street Journal reporter John camp made a couple of visits to the region. John witches see it can be hard for any town or city would a big employer shuts down. But the shock waves are particularly strong when you're talking about places that in some cases with purpose built towns to serve this one industry. The prior example, was millinocket Maine, which is a fairly remote town up in central Maine, deep in the woods, and it was a place that was really tethered very strongly to a huge mill there for a century. And there was a time when people coming out of high school and say, they they pretty much had guaranteed jobs there, and it was a way up lights, and it was really the heartbeat. Oh for for generations. And it was also really the only game in town. Most of the town's taxes provided also the jobs and that mill shut down a decade ago was hurt very badly by that population shrank and the.

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"john witch" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"john witch" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Open Red Eye Radio. He is probably I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye before we get to some of your calls and comments here. Just a need to make note of it. It came out yesterday that in stormy Daniels book, she talks about private parts of the president. Let's just put it that way that and CNN had to do a segment yesterday on the description of the president's private parts. Right. Just think if somebody claimed that they had an affair with the woman politician, and then you had CNN or any other network or Fox News starting to talk about the private parts and the description of the private parts of the female politician. Right. And the outrage it would be called at that point. It would be nonstop. But this is again, just one more, you know, the piece in this circus puzzle. That has been going on from the beginning. This is this is what they see as legitimate, right? As legitimate news. What did you say the ratings were done? Oh, the their their primetime ratings in this came out last week while we're on vacation. But in some areas, they were losing to Nickelodeon. I heard the Emmys were down enemies were down. In fact, this goes back to they were down from last year. Was on CBS last year. It was on NBC this year. And it was also down down from last year and down from the last time NBC aired. It was on Monday night this year. And it was on a Monday night. The last time NBC Garrett. So but people. Nobody cares about the awards except people in Hollywood. Nobody cares about awards. So may have been statement might have been drew that. Thank you, two thousands of people that are here in the hundreds that are watching one of the presenters may. But you know, for me, it's like, okay, at least the Grammys they play music. You know, what I mean, there's no way to play a half hour or hour long TV show or two hour movie or any of that. There's no way to put that. I mean, they're gonna show you a clip, but the entertainment is actually the presentation of the awards. Nobody really cares about the awards. A and nobody really they care about watching the shows think about the way we watch television. Now, it's selected even DVR is becoming a thing of the past. Right. I mean, we still use them, but you can find the on-demand stuff everywhere. Eventually it's going to be on Hulu or or Netflix or Amazon or wherever. And so we watch it very selectively. The the broadcast of an award show for that. Nobody nobody has time. Who cares about the awards? We either like the show. We don't. Like with the Oscars, I know, John wick, and John wick to or not. Not going to be nominated. Yeah. But we're hoping for John week three. Here's the thing. Because I'm hoping he'll cry eventually over the puppy. You never cried never cried over the puppy. Hey, should cry. He just a nominated. He just looked sad. Did he know express them? Whoa. Whoa. Did he cry over his wife's death? I think I think I don't know if he was actually crying. But certainly was he was sad. Sad. You could you could tell that. Because he he shot four people. Richest luck logical thing for John wick to do when he said it kademi awards comes up with a new category. Comedy in the murder, Jen. Well, here here's you know. Here's the thing. I what what I wonder is this John witches show. His emotion grew his gun. Could he be happy and also kill ninety seven people like a birthday party. You know, hey, how you doing bang? Well, he seems to have a good relationship with the gun. No with with the guy at the hotel. I don't mean the owner of the whole, no, no, no, the the the concierge the clerk. And I forget the actress name, but he's been in. He was in the wire he's been in a number of great show. Very good respectful relationship with him. In fact, he watched his dog. Remember, right. Yeah. Exactly. So very, yeah. Doesn't have good relationships really with anybody. Well, his the the car repair guy. What's his name? Oh, John Leguizamo. Yeah. It seems good relationship. That was a great role for John Leguizamo puzzle. That was. And he he was reprised in in John to. Yes, sir. Yes. Yeah. It has. It has to always involve the car and the dog. Well, that's the important things in life. I guess when you especially when you lose lose your significant other that's going to move onto your door. They blew up his house too. They got they got everything. Well, well. Uh-huh. Zydus house was blown up. From the house to preserve the one thing. He wanted to preserve from the house aside from the dog in the in the car the guns the pitcher, oh the picture. Okay. No. With the guns coming out his ears. Can get guns. What I want some of those coins? But us at the hotel. Bitcoins. Yeah. No. I think they're the marrow. What are they were? Apparently have you wondered what they're worth? No. Yeah. I was like, okay. What's the value of that? What is how much did he pay? What's his current? See what I what I'm wondering. Is you slide one across you know, that's that was a big deal. Will there ever be a moment where he slides a whole stack of them across the desk? Whoa. We still not gonna learn what they're worth. But I'm still going to watch it. I almost watched the first one the other day on vacation. I was waiting on someone to arrive at at the house, and I was just bored because I'd done all the cleaning. I was done. I was ready. I thought okay, I'll just turn on John wick, you know, what I was afraid of the person. I was waiting on was going to arrive, and I wouldn't be able to finish the movie. That I've seen a half dozen times. And if you missed the last ten minutes, you're you're missing the last one hundred murders. Exactly well is a murder killings. The I I don't know. I guess he has committed murder, but technically they may not be considered murder Neutralizer. Yes. That's what he's doing these neutralizing. They're all going after each other. Everybody's shooting everybody. Basically that's the plot. I would love to see that in a descriptive. Everybody kills everybody. But yeah, the enemies down a again everybody getting hit. Pretty hard except the NFL the NFL was actually up for Sunday night. I don't know about Monday. But Sunday night was up. Yeah. For the Dallas Cowboys and the and the giant so well to major markets two huge markets. Of course, I you know in New York and Dallas Dallas is is bigger there. Of course, there fan base is much of taxes. So a huge fan base. You can see that happening. I is that going to happen. Is that going to be repeated are people going back to the NFL? Don't know. We'll see as I said yesterday. I actually did sort of a survey of people that are, you know, people that are Trump supporters than you would. And again, remember this started before started a year before Trump was elected president over a year before, but the the vast majority of Trump supporters, I know are still watching the NFL. Yeah. So they may side with with the president in criticizing them. And I told you I went through about one hundred different people that I know through, you know, through friendships or social media, especially and out of about one hundred just four it's the, you know, four different people, including myself who would actually stop watching the the the NFL, and I know a significant number of others that I've talked to that they still watch. But they feel bad about it. And as we said all along look just because I don't watch it. I haven't judged anybody. I said, look you you make your own decision on it. I make my decision. I'm not angry about it. It's just there are things that people do p people can do whatever they want life, and I can watch it right to watch. It wasn't a lot of thought process. And it was like, Nope. Sorry, not believe in it. Don't like the reaction will watch. And I make that decision. What? Thousand times a year on different products or things that I choose to watch or not watch on on television or things I choose to purchase or not to purchase. And most of these. We don't go on and say, I'm not I mean, I love the people that everything that they do. I am not going to. And I think you should not gonna do that. I'll tell you the reason I may make a decision because I'm a talk show hosted by wasn't a talk show host. I probably wouldn't be telling anybody about the decisions that I made. On different things was asked about it. But yeah, when I actually did the the my own personal survey of people that I know that and in a couple of people told me directly this was really last year. They said, yeah, I'm really uncomfortable about the whole thing. I'm I'm still watching. But I'm I'm on the verge. I'm a mom. I'm right there on the ledge. Okay. All right. Eight six six ninety redeye coming up.

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"john witch" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"john witch" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"There, there's always pushback and you're always, you're always going bigger or smaller on some of these big outdoor shows. You know, I worked on. I did a season as a consultant done falling skies. And as soon as I got there, they said, hey worth. We need a bottle up. So. I just got here come on. So that was that was a show about alien invasion, you know? So I thought who's going to be interested in a bottle show with no aliens. So I can see this idea where I would put people in foxholes and I figured, you know, we can have one foxhole and we can shuttle people in and out of this foxhole. And then we can have something traumatic happen in the foxhole. And it was just as you guys were talking about. You know, the conversation has to be deep. It has to be between characters that know each other. In this case, I had a sniper, shoot it at a character. I actually got to kill off a regular character on that show called crazy Lee and. I think the producers were mad at the actor. I think that's driving that one, but. Anyway, she, you're safe in a bottle episode, you would think you're safe? Yeah, but no. So what I did was I have a sniper shoot at her and she has a bulletproof vest on which is actually a snow tire cut up to into a vest, but she falls down on a piece of rebar that goes through her head. And so she's stuck in the FOX hole as another thing like, why don't they just get the hell out of there? Well, that game move. She got re Barner hit, but that's part of the challenge of these things. So you're thinking about those elements. What can you do to keep people in in place and then tell some some drama. So this this idea of having to know the characters, Kevin, you've worked on shows where we get to know and love the characters, which have wound up with really terrific bottle episodes. I mean, someone mentioned seventeen people. What has been your experience whether it was in the writer's room, having scripted one of these yourself. Well was seventeen people. There was these real budget issues at the end of the year on. I'm not sure we over budget, but Aaron Sorkin never needed a reason to write a bottle. I'm even play right. He loved it. He loved twin some and said, you have to have this take place and most of the show. Anyway, it was in the west wing, right? But this one we couldn't go out for a couple of days and he relished that, and but I think at the core, John witches saying that what makes them these bottles? Great. In order to do a show that's set in on just your sets, you probably need at the centers, some emotional gravitas in stakes that ratchets the tension not to mention actors, Richard Schiff that can can pull off the great writing of somebody like Aaron Sorkin so that just flashed on something and I completely forgot about it. That's a, I consider a bottle, but does not fit the parameters of a bottle that we did that. Usually think of a bottle Irish show called minority port a couple of years ago, and I, that was set fifty years in the future. And there was a very expensive show tennis vigil as you would imagine, and and we were so over budget. We thought, how do we not deliver the effects and these cool sets of fifty years in the future. And so we came up with the idea of going to this actually island where those pre cards once lived where there was no, no electricity. They're all Luddites. They wanted to live like that. They just trusted things like Facebook who knew and all these other things that we came with with the future. And so we parked the trucks for for for eight days shot on location, which factored out to be less money because we didn't have any visual effects except for something at the beginning of that was that was it. And we saved money by doing a bottle, not on our set. So, yeah, I mean, there is something to avoiding the company moves avoiding new sets. Right? Let's neat. I'm curious to hear if any of you have recollection of bottle episodes that got away from a room. You were running from a room that you were in ideas for these things that didn't either didn't pan out as planned..

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"john witch" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"john witch" Discussed on Double Toasted

"These deadpool as x men wolverine i guess that was before this movie yeah then i watched blade trinity and i was like yeah we're not doing this on the show we're doing bleed green leonard and what did you say i stopped myself because i almost black leonard oh that's right in blackest man in black lantern we are the black lantern is their own don't say it and black kettles no i know we're not going to say that and then we're not going to say i don't believe in extraordinary very and doesn't exist like a religion you can choose not to believe it and i don't yeah so we're gonna leave it at that of course flash to before not carlos i flashed to green lancer two thousand eleven touring land yeah infamous but the thing is that we did not want to do that which was trinity yeah and we usually have a rule here on same easy shade has either at least ten years old i i have not seen for me to have not seen it or has to be over fifteen years since i've seen it last luckily i've never seen this movie and luckily we're going to try new things because fucking deadpool's coming out and we need those seo hits so we're going to see how this works let's no this last one we broke the rules john witch on a water mouth too but yeah john wake third one's coming out next year we got a neg on announced so i think yeah and bring it full circle the director of dead bull to one of the guys that john wick bringing a full fuck there's so many triangles the kevin bacon of ryan reynolds movies it's like poetry it rise and so is that starting next week you rat fuck oh that's that's right i i didn't even know i'm seeing on monday and i literally forgot until like an hour or it was like what am i doing next week i'm seeing sours my god for me to say that.

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"john witch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john witch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A because their star potential here for this guy he's showing it right now leading this group to the third round of the nba playoffs i think the world today and i i don't think there's a great match up that cleveland has for them you know who's gonna be is it going to be jr smith is going to give up a little bit of size i think you're gonna see jeff green to come on him because of his his size but kyle korver won't be able to guard tatum so i think it's a favorable matchup for jason tatum i could see him having a big a big series john witch role player outside of kevin love do you think is the most pivotal for lebron james and the cavs well i think jr smith is kind of a barometer for this team and he's usually hit or miss he was nonexistent in indiana series shot around thirty percent and then toronto he was terrific i think he was ten for thirteen from the three point line in that series and a much better defensive player towards the latter part of his career he gives a good effort there but he's kinda guy they they gotta get him going if kevin love look kevin love there's no guarantee he's gonna play well i'll orford it's ridic defender in two games against boston this year kevin love's averaged eight points per game on twenty five percent shooting so he's got his work cut out the deal without horford but they're going to need a jr smith to to go off and shoot the ball well from the three point line john barry with us on the hang out talking cavs celtics in advance of game one on espn radio just after this this hang out here and i need to know what percentage of the.

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"john witch" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"john witch" Discussed on KPCC

"Arcane you buy tickets at the front desk for vr experiences scheduled like movie show times but most experiences are interactive and multiplayer and you have to sign a waiver you know in case something happens and you're virtual adventure i pick an animated one called raising a ruckus governor is here honky inside the main room are pods each featuring a different feel our experience many based on movies like john witch and star wars in raising a ruckus i sit in a dbacks chair a movie theater seats at five rates then i put on a vr headset and headphones though let let me know went up and none of the real well i think that's good to enter a virtual one sign says rocky less these name in raising a ruckus i follow a brother and sister as they go in and adventure with a magical dodd ruckus the experienced cost ten dollars and runs for about twelve minutes it's not as interactive as a john whic shooting game but the visuals arm pressing it's like a cross between a pixar movie an avatar but in three hundred and sixty degree at the i'm xvi center each experience has a different level of interaction intention but they're all pretty fun outside the centre minus o'brien and his nineyearold son elvis agree like the graphics were good and interaction was good he my son elvis he had a great it was really cool be and we also got to hugh robot two giant wonsan why ones up at me elvis says that compared to an arcade the eye match vr center is millions early in times why because you can actually walk around it gives a video game can't really you could walk around and you can try vr for relatively cheap at least when compared to highend home vr systems like the oculus rift or htc live which cost about six hundred dollars for a headset an motion control us at doesn't include the cost of buying p seed around the programmes rob listers i'm access chief business development officer rather and spend.

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