19 Burst results for "Jon Voight"

"jon voight" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"jon voight" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"I I'm Jon Voight and I'm on the set in Burbank California I'm looking at the beautiful face of Ted Cruz and this is Michael Knowles. WHO's the boss? We're on verdict. Ted Cruz. Welcome back to verdict with Ted Cruz as John. Je said. I'm Michael, Knowles, it is so good to be here because we're at a time of great tension, lockdown plague riots. Everyone seems to be very tense and in this town in particular. Is So nice to be among friends including one of the Great American actors, Academy Award Winner, and and more importantly I would say John. Rate American. Jon voight you so much Michael Yeah. Thought, you're going to say you usually say I say the man who did you know midnight cowboy, coming home, runaway train, and of course the Great Anaconda In people laugh with us and with two little girls. The national treasures I I've got to tell you bet that that is a popular in the cruise household. I'm very pleased about that. Because as you know, I'm crazy about the two gals by the way I do need to ask the president the next time at the White House if I, can check on the resolute desk to see if anything has hit. You just kinda wonder we can go in together. That'd be fun and. screwdrivers and fool around. So this is this is not the first time that you you guys have met obviously Senator Cruz. You've spent a bit of time in Hollywood John You've spent a lot of time. In Hollywood and you, you're one of the few big Hollywood stars who has been open about your political views and increasingly so over the past few years as we face these national problems action, the first time John and I met twenty thirteen. And I was newly elected to the Senate and I came to California to speak to friends of Eight. Yeah, which is you know, was a a group of conservative Liberal -Tarian right-of-centre people in entertainment. And it was, it was a big crowds. Probably four or five hundred people came out. And and I have never I've never been in any other group where people were afraid like there was a rule, no cellphones, no pictures and there were a handful of big stars, and and John was the most notable who who was like open. He was willing to be there and and. John's big enough deal that it was like all right to hell with it. I'm here and deal with it. But it made a real impression on me that. The people who were there. The gaffer's the carpenters the writers the lighting folks. They were terrified of someone got a picture of them and that gathering. They'd be unemployed and it was really. You, know I. I I sort of joke that we were at a satanist gathering that was murdering kittens wouldn't have been more dangerous. And that's look I mean you've you've demonstrated a lot of courage to speak out in in a town and industry that it's not easy to do well. I mean that's. Look we we all know we're in a very serious situation. It's an historic situation..

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2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Visit Hollywood

The Frame

06:38 min | 1 year ago

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Visit Hollywood

"California presidential primary is less than two weeks. Away and Democratic candidates are in a mad dash to raise money and improve their name recognition. And where better to build both than in Hollywood. Ted Johnson is the Washington correspondent for deadline where he covers politics and entertainment. Ted Welcome back to the frame. Thank you for having so who came to town? And what did they do? Well Amy Klobuchar was at the home of Lorraine Sheinberg. She's the widow of Sydney Shamburg. Who was very top executive at universal and also very politically active and in his career and the rain. Sheinberg played the wife to officer Brody in Jaws yes And it kind of speaks to. What type of support she's getting. People were moderates in the entertainment industry. Probably a little older than you may see from some of the Bernie Sanders side and then p. Buddha judge is in town on Thursday. They've been out here raising money at the home of Seth Macfarlane who is very enthusiastic about his support for the former South Bend Mayor. It's also being co-hosted by league. Annuals I assume most of these events are relatively similar. You pay a couple of bucks you show up at somebody's house maybe get a photo shake hands and here twenty minutes speech. Do they all fall? Pretty much under that same pattern. Yes pretty much. So it's usually the candidate delivering a variation on their stump speech that you can hear in public on the campaign trail sometimes throwing in a few insider risk comments and sometimes doing acuity with donors who are the kinds of people who are hosting these events and are they aligned with one candidate or do. They spread their love around. You are seeing some of that but I think what really distinguishes. This presidential cycle past ones is here. We are just two weeks out from Super Tuesday and there are a lot of those traditional donors. The people who've been involved cycle after cycle who have not declared their support for one candidate or the other. I'm thinking people like Steven Spielberg Jeffrey Katzenberg. Hyme Savan these people who are incredibly involved in what they have done This cycle is. They either sat it out or just spread their money around among multiple candidates so as an observer. It's a it can be a little confusing. Just because someone has given to a candidate does not necessarily mean that. They're going to vote for that person or they're going to endorse a lot of people are just seeing how this plays itself out. We're talking with deadlines Ted Johnson about campaigning for president. In not that long ago I remember and you do as well the town being pretty much split between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama during the primaries has one candidate really kind of gone to the top in terms of leading Hollywood attention and money right now. Well it's interesting because if you look at the numbers Comma Harris actually is collected more money from the entertainment business than any other candidate. But she's not even in the race anymore. She's followed by people to judge who is raised. I think it's one point. Two million so far from the entertainment business is quite extraordinary that he's raised that amount. Given that a year ago he was unknown and he came in and really became kind of a darling of the entertainment industry very quickly that I think. A lot of donors a saw his candidacy as potentially historic he'd be the first LGBT president and they really won over by his message. They say hey. We see shades of Barack Obama in people to judge now also shouldn't discount Bernie Sanders. He's raised close to nine hundred thousand for the entertainment business for his campaign and he has a very enthusiastic number of supporters people. Like Adam McKay and Susan Sarandon and Mike. I'm war. They're out there on the campaign trail for him. It's just that he is not relying on these types of high dollar fundraisers to finance his campaign. He's is doing it through these small dollar contributions in his messages. Definitely resonating even in the elite circles of Hollywood but I have to add that. It's also tends to be the left side of Hollywood as opposed to the center La. So let's talk about the right side of Hollywood. It isn't very big but have there been any conservative people in the industry who have come out and said things in favor of or given money to president trump we have people who have come out in favor of trump. Benham with him very publicly from the star. People Jon voight. There is a reluctance to come out publicly in support president trump because there is a lot of blowback. I've talked to trump supporters. Who said they just don't want their names associated with him because things are so polarized at this time but if Bernie Sanders nominee will see. I've talked to centrist donors who are very concerned about sanders getting the nomination. They won't come out and say that that is going to force them into trump's hands. They'll they'll say I'm just GONNA sit it out if he ends up being the nominee but we'll see and once the primary in Nevada is over. Will there be a return of candidates coming back to La looking for more support now yet Joe Biden was post to have an event this week in southern California but that was rescheduled. Because he has to spend so much time on the campaign trail after a pretty dismal performance. In Iowa and New Hampshire. But we're now getting down to just a week away not just from Super Tuesday but also from the South Carolina. Vote so this is. This is crunch time for these campaigns in taking them off the campaign trail has to be a very Savvy calculation that it is going to end up being worth it to fly into California for our fundraiser will probably see the candidates flocked to California not this weekend but the following weekend for those first couple days before Super Tuesday. Ted Johnson is the Washington correspondent for deadline where he covers politics and entertainment. Ted thanks so much for coming back on the

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President Trump to Award Jon Voight, Among others,  the National Medal of Arts

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump to Award Jon Voight, Among others, the National Medal of Arts

"And Oscar winning actor Jon Voight singer and musician Alison Krauss and mystery writer James Patterson are among those being honored by president Donald Trump for their contributions to the arts for the humanities the White House on Sunday announced for recipients of the national medal of arts and for for the national humanities medal they're the first recipient of the prestigious national medal since president trump took office will be honored during ceremony on Thursday the most recent arts or humanities medals river spilled by president Barack Obama back in September of twenty sixteen cool

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"jon voight" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"jon voight" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"No avail like he's a loser. Well, maybe he wasn't good at treasure hunting. And then. Nncholas cage, like Jon Jon Voight. He brought up Jon Voight in Jon Voight wasn't really that good. At treasure, hunts really quit. Christopher Plummer, must've been going until he was too old to try. I think tried for twenty years, and then gave it up to try and live normal life. But both them are failures son, just by getting to like clue to demolish them. And then Nick cage is like, brought up in this house of, like two generations of he sort of his like able to take too much quicker. I guess you, they always say the third generation treasure hunter, is, you know, he's got he's just got all the skills. Yeah. Okay. So we cut to the present day, and we are north of the Arctic circle, that seems vague. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, a lot of this movie's is big with that stuff. Like I where do you think that treasures? I have no idea it cold. Okay. So we had Nick cage character. He's been looking for this thing, and then he has like a backer, who we are introduced to hear who is also looking for this legendary treasure somebody is buying into what he selling. Yes. So the, the what's the evil backers name, Ian. Yeah. Played by Sean bean. Yeah. I will say if you wanna find a treasure like I don't know if you could trust the evil billionaire to help you find the treasure like what, what do you think they're deal was like that? They would split the money fifty fifty. I don't know if it's this -ssarily a fifty fifty share. I think that Nick cage, I think that he was seemed more interested in just uncovering, the treasure, then he's not motivated by money, which is such a bad move by, by Ian, like, Ian, should have worked with nNcholas cage, because he's, he's not just a sucker. He's like you could give them one percent and they'll be happy. Yeah. So I really don't understand the science behind all this, Akiva of a, what is this ship? And how did it end up north of the Arctic circle? Is it like us also a submarine? I have no idea. It's not really clear. What's going? On. And the ship is about to be blown up so we won't really. So the ship has the first clue, I really didn't get a how this ship ended up what this ship had to do with the founding fathers and how it ended up north of the Arctic circle. Yeah. Much, right. How the ship end up here. It moved also like that. Yeah. That's the least clear to me of all, there's, like some sort of, like techno babble about how that may be something ended up being like this was things.

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"jon voight" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is it Charlie Charlie Sheen. Jon Voight is the father of what famous daughter. Angelina Jolie, Billy Lord and Carrie Fisher, first appeared in what movie together? Oh, darn I dunno Star Wars. I don't know. Star wars. Maybe it was her baby in Star Wars time's expired. We show now review. I think he wanted on question. The first Carlos Erwin Estevez comes down to this. It all comes down to this question. I'm just going to tell you how terribly process through it seemed really smart dang Jon Voight is the father of what famous daughter the answer looking for his Angelina Jolie you both answered that correctly. Was it Charlie? The first one I'm gonna come back and spent Billy Lord and Carrie Fisher first appeared in what movie together Star Wars the force awakens. Neither you got that one correct? Star wars. No. Of course. Twenty of exactly I know. I didn't get it. Right. I mentioned a specific one. Would you do me a favor? And try to get through one of these games without complaining and crying foul. And so the scores sits now one to one. So the third question is Carlos Erwin Estevez is better known as the answer. We're looking for here is Charlie. This.

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"jon voight" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"And then my grandmother back in Georgia had heart attack, very close to my dad's. Mom, so I emailed my mom and said, I'm a well had been trying let me back up a little bit. I've been trying to get my mom to come. Visit me forever for months and months and months because we were back in our relationship. Please come visit. Well, a psychic told me she said that Jon Voight is going to fall in love with me. So a have to wait until Jon Voight is in LA until I can come. Visit you. So for months, she was tracking Jon Voight to see if he was shooting on location or in Los Angeles. And she would not book a flight to see me unless Jon Voight was in LA. So when I say, my mom, I like your mama, mama Ilija love, she graze it. So I kept going, but why don't you just come see me and the time before this? She had come to see me she had organized several dates for herself with some old flings and spent the entire time. She was seeing me having sex with people like leaving my house, and like lace up leather pants and sheer blouses, and she's fifty something, you know, it was I was like what? Aw has as happening. But whatever that's your path. I'm glad to have a relationship with you at all, right? And then the Jon Voight things started happening, and then this party happened. My grandmother had a heart attack. And I emailed her and said, I'm so sorry. We I'm not gonna be able to go to this party granny's had a heart attack. And I'm gonna go home and and see about her. I'm sure that went over. Well, she didn't speak to me for weeks. And then I found out I was pregnant, and then I started calling her I need to talk to you. Please call me back to your mom thing. Jon Voight was going to be at that. No. This was call your about Jon Voight, apparently not because you never returned my phone call. So I kept calling I need to talk to you. So in this time Burke proposed we were already we already knew we were going to get married. This the pregnancy. Just sped things up a bit. So I got engaged gotten pregnant. Can't get my mom to call me back. I try for six weeks to get her to call me back. But we're having a shotgun wedding. Is happening. Pretty quick is happening like two months. So Finally, I sent her an Email and say, listen, I can't get you to call me back. Here's what's going on. I'm going to have a baby and I'm getting married, and I want you to be there. But I didn't want you to just open the mailbox and find a wedding invitation. I wanted to tell you, but you won't call me back the Email. She sent me back with so bad. It was so mean and vicious and angry and hurt my future sister-in-law at the time. Sister-in-law was in the room with you. And I got the Email a read it silently push. Rindt a handed it to her. She read it to herself and bald cried the whole time. She's like, I can't believe anybody would speak to their daughter this way. It was you're dead to me. How dare you disrespect me in this manner? How dare you bring a.

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"jon voight" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Levin. Did you get to see? Jon Voight, and how wonderful that was. Man. He is he's engaging. He's he's kind as can be. He's a patriot. And I think after the bottom of the hour. We'll just play a couple of clips not too long just a couple of clips. So some of you who didn't see it can can at least hear some of. What was said I'm hoping that you folks are gonna keep tuning in. We'll keep doing the program as long as you're interested in it. And we have guests that are famous guests that are unknown. But the point is people who make a difference or have a message that I want America to here. That's you especially. Yeah. Joseph Brooksville, Florida. The great w g go. Mark. This is absolutely a huge. I'm so glad to be able to talk to you. Amazing. Thank you. I wanted to tell you that. I am what do you call it change democrat Republican and that was during the Clinton there, and I. Trump. I've lived through every one of the president's and. Donald Trump when he got elected. I was so happy. Finally, we're going to have a president. That's got young goes. I as a as a war bit from seventy two to seventy six would be USA over in south East Asia. I got Agent Orange. But I'm I'm sorry to hear that I still I just want to let you know, how much I love listen to you every night. And how much I love President Trump, and he's gotta win twenty twenty. Well, thank you for your service. I'm sorry about your illness. And I'll tell you what Don hang up. Let's let's get Joseph a free one year subscription to crtv dot com. Don't hang up Joseph. Let's make sure he gets that. All.

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"jon voight" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"My special guest, Jon Voight, and. I just tell you the truth. We did the interview a couple of hours ago today, we talked about his friend Burt Reynolds, and it was very very touching very very touching. And the entire interview. I mean when I finished and the crew was there and the staff was there. Our jaws hit the ground absolutely exceptional on so many fronts. On so many fronts, and he's not afraid of voicing his opinion in any respect. And he was very excited about to be about being on the pro we're getting a lottery requests now for people to come on the program, but in very. Judicious and who I choose remember the the thinking behind this program. It's a long form one hour interview program. And when we launched it in February, nobody was doing it. Now everybody wants to. Hey, guess what we're doing a long format interview program over there on PBS pubic broadcasting service, and we have Margaret whatever it over here. And. Yeah. And then we have a while, you know, who's who's doing it? It's amazing. I have to keep the title of my books quiet until they're ready to be released to keep the subject of my books. Quiet until they're ready to be released. There's certain things I can't even post on my social sites. Because there's so many mental midgets in this business who just grab up this stuff because they can think independently. I live in look at their stuff. I don't even think about their stuff. Why would I follow anybody else? I know I'm just giving you a little insight into this, quote, unquote, business and how things work. I want to thank the gentleman the vice president from AT and T whose name shall not be mentioned on the air is a big fan. Apparently are ISDN is AT and T, right? Mr producer. Who's in a totally different state. But he's going to give us a hand because we're working with basically tape and gum. On my internet backup broadcasting system, which is great except if there's a big electrical storm that comes through here. Then we're going to have the longest silent prayer in American history. And what's been happening is the ISDN drops out? I can't hear anything. We do everything live here. So you at least the affiliates carry the show live. So you get to hear it that way..

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"jon voight" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on 600 WREC

"FOX. My special guest is Jon Voight and. I just tell you the truth. We did the interview a couple of hours ago today, we talked about his friend Burt Reynolds, and was very very touching very very touching. And the entire interview. I mean when I finished in the crew was there and the staff was there. Our jaws at the ground absolutely exceptional on so many fronts. On so many fronts, and he's not afraid of voicing his opinion in any respect. And he was very excited about to be about being on the probe. We're getting a lottery requests now for people to come on the program, but a very judicious, and who I choose remember the the thinking behind this program. It's a long form one hour interview program when we launched it in February. Nobody was doing it. Now everybody wants to. Hey, guess what we're doing along format interview program over there on PBS pubic broadcasting service, and we have Margaret whatever it over here. And. Yeah. And then we have while you know, who's who's doing it? It's amazing. I have to keep the title of my books quiet until they're ready to be released. To keep the subject of my books. Quiet till the ready to be released. There's certain things I can't even post on my social sites. Because there's so many mental midgets in this business who just grab up this stuff because they can think independently. I won't even look at their stuff. I don't even think about their stuff. Why would I follow anybody else? I know I'm just giving you a little insight into this, quote, unquote, business and how things work. I want to thank the gentleman the vice president from AT and T whose name shall not be mentioned on the air is a big fan. Apparently are ISDN is AT and T, right? Mr producer. Who's in a totally different state. But he's going to give us a hand because we're working with basically tape and gum. On my internet backup broadcasting system, which is great except if there's a big electrical storm that comes through here. Then we're going to have the longest silent prayer in American history. And what's been happening is the ISDN drops out? I can't hear anything. We do everything live here. So you least the affiliates to carry the show live. So you get to hear it that way..

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"jon voight" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"My special guest is Jon Voight and. I just tell you the truth. We did the interview a couple of hours ago today, we talked about his friend Burt Reynolds, and was very very touching very very touching. And the entire interview. I mean when I finished in the crew was there and the staff was there. Our jaws hit the ground absolutely exceptional on so many fronts. On so many fronts, and he's not afraid of voicing his opinion in any respect. And he was very excited about to be about being on the pro we're getting a lottery quests now for people to come on the program, but a very. Judicious and who I choose remember the the thinking behind this program. It's a long form one hour interview program. And when we launched it in February, nobody was doing it. Now everybody wants to. Hey, guess what we're doing a long format interview program over there on PBS pubic broadcasting service, and we have Margaret whatever it over here. And. Yeah. And then we have well, you know, who's who's doing it? It's amazing. I have to keep the title of my books quiet until they're ready to be released. Keep the subject of my books. Quiet till they're ready to be released. There's certain things I can't even post on my social sites. Because there's so many mental midgets in this business. Just grab up the stuff because they can think independently. I even look at their stuff. I don't even think about their stuff. Why would I follow anybody else? I know I'm just giving you a little insight into this, quote, unquote business, and how things work I want to thank the gentleman the vice president from AT and T whose name shall not be mentioned on the air is a big fan. Apparently are ISDN is AT and T, right? Mr producer. Who's any totally different state? But he's going to give us a hand because we're working with basically tape and gum. On my internet backup broadcasting system, which is great except if there's a big electrical storm that comes through here. Then we're going to have the longest silent prayer in American history. And what's been happening is the ISDN drops out? I can't hear anything. We do everything live here. So at least the affiliates to carry the show live. So you get to hear it that way..

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"jon voight" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"FOX, my special guest, Jon Voight, and. I just tell you the truth. We did the interview a couple of hours ago today. We talked about his friend Burt Reynolds, and was very very touching very touching. And the entire interview. I mean when I finished and the crew was there and the staff was there. Ause hit the ground absolutely exceptional on so many fronts. On so many fronts, and he's not afraid of voicing his opinion in any respect. And he was very excited about to be about being on the pro we're getting a lottery quests now for people to come on the program, but a very. Judicious and who I choose remember the the thinking behind this program. It's a long form one hour interview program when we launched it in February. Nobody was doing it. Now everybody wants to. Hey, guess what we're doing a long format interview program over there on PBS pubic broadcasting service, and we have Margaret whatever it over here. And. Yeah. And then we have while you know, who's who's doing it? To mazing. I have to keep the title of my books quiet until they're ready to be released. Keep the subject that my books quiet until they're ready to be released. There's certain things I can't even post on my social sites. Because there's so many mental midgets in this business who gets grab up this stuff because I can think independently. I live in look at their stuff. I don't even think about this stuff. Why would I follow anybody else? I know I'm just giving you a little insight into this, quote, unquote, business and how things work. I want to thank the gentleman the vice president from AT and T whose name shall not be mentioned on the air is a big fan. Apparently are ISDN is AT and T, right? Mr producer. Who's any totally different state? But he's going to give us a hand because we're working with basically tape and gum. On my internet backup broadcasting system. Which is great except if there's a big electrical storm that comes through here. Then we're gonna have the longest silent prayer in American history. And what's been happening is the ISDN drops out? I can't hear anything. We do everything live here. So you at least the affiliates carry the show live. So you get to hear it that way..

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"jon voight" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"My special guest is Jon Voight and. I just tell you the truth. We did the interview a couple of hours ago today, we talked about his friend Burt Reynolds, and it was very very touching very very touching. And the entire interview. I mean when I finished in the crew was there and the staff was there. The Graham absolutely exceptional on so many fronts. On so many fronts, and he's not afraid of voicing his opinion in any respect. And he was very excited about about being on the probe. We're getting a lot of requests for people to come on the program. But I'm very. Judicious and who I choose remember the the thinking behind this program. It's a long form one hour interview program. And when we launched it in February, nobody was doing it. Now, everybody wants to know. Hey, guess what we're doing a long format interview program over there on PBS pubic broadcasting service, and we have Margaret whatever it over here. And. Yeah. And then we have a while, you know, who's who's doing it? To mazing. I have to keep the title of my books quiet until they're ready to be released. To keep the subject in my books. Quiet till they're ready to be released. There's certain things I can't even post on my social sites. Because there's so many mental midgets in this business who just grab up this stuff because I can think independently. I'll even look at their stuff. I don't even think about their stuff. Why would I follow anybody else? I know I'm just giving you a little insight into this, quote, unquote, business and how things work. I want to thank the gentleman the vice president from AT and T whose name shall not be mentioned on the air is a big fan. Apparently are ISDN is AT and T, right? Mr producer. Who's in a totally different state. But he's going to give us a hand because we're working with basically tape and gum. On my internet backup broadcasting system, which is great except if there's a big electrical storm that comes through here. Then we're going to have the longest silent prayer in American history. And what's been happening is the ISDN drops out? I can't hear anything. We do everything live here. So at least the affiliates to carry the show live. So you get to hear it that way..

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"jon voight" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on KTOK

"Burt Reynolds passed away today from a heart attack and Jupiter, Florida and. We had scheduled Jon Voight, obviously, well before that, and I will be talking to him about that. And obviously, his ideas, and philosophies and so forth. He's a very compelling individual. I've known for some time. So that's the plane anyway, my friend, you gave me the opportunity. Go ahead. Yeah. I'm under talk about the anonymous hump infiltrator that times newspaper claims in. I'm thinking feeling I wanted to see what you thought about it. Is that supposed somebody comes to one of these low lifes people? News one of the lower people, and he comes up to have some news for you. I'm a Trump infiltrator, you know. So so the oh, wow. That's great. Maybe we can use you in the newspaper. So we go full boss and his boss's. He tells us was got gotta Trump infiltrator here. Whatever you got some news. And he says, well, we'll who is well you'd never left his name. I don't know who you are you just took right off or whatever. So they print it without even you know at any evidence who the person was. In fact, the man lower person across he made it up. Okay. Well, we had a call his said Hattie. No, it's even anybody. And this is I feel pretty certain it is and I feel at some point they may be outed and not by the New York Times. But by other people by process of elimination, but I really think the focus should be even more on the media in this case, the New York Times, they take an anonymous up. Ed, they know who it is in my view, obviously. And they turn up it from some malcontent in the administration and turn it into a new story. And I think the bigger lesson here and the more troubling one is how the media create news. So their own op, Ed, which as you point out they claim is from an anonymous person. Inside the White House or inside not the White House the administration, and now it is a new story. So they take it from an anonymous source allegedly as you point out, they run it as an op, Ed. And now, it's a new story is that a news story. So that's a nothing story. Right. I agree. It is and nothing story. And like I said, I always thought for my duck that it was all just made up, you know. Pallets made up. That Trump is unbalanced that's made up. Oh, yeah. He's been around for seventy some years. The only time he's called on is when he's president the United States. But but it fits the pattern. I mean, the Democrats are I mean, it's like every week. There's a crisis every maybe twice a week. That's right because they wanna wear a sad. I think Riley's right about that. We appreciate your call. Joey, let slip in another one showy. I think so Judy New York City that great WABC go. Hey, great honor. Mark. You're the best. I love you so much. Let's say I I wanna tell you something.

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"jon voight" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on One Two Review

"Those of horror jon voight particles of horror is twenty seven short horror film starring jon voight so it's a bunch of it's a you know a series i could just set of a bunch of little short horror films in the next it's cub between with john white kind of talking about them in introducing them and bring in the men sometimes he's a crazy character before the introduction or whatever sometimes he's himself sometimes it's like an amc show like it totally kind of that changes throughout the film as well uh jon voight i love it this was against his baby he kind of wrote produced or heat of right all the other short films those were in by people there directed by people but he produced the whole thing put it all together what did you guys think of it boy a boy this was in onslaught of horror and an onslaught of movies within a movie y'all i was very impressed by the sheer magnitude of this project to make 27 short horror films a make them all individually unique is in a credible undertaking i will say a lot of these movies fell flat where i guess probably too short lot of them felt like they were under fortyfive seconds some of them fifteen to ten seconds mmhmm shorts a short though and i guess if you really trying to push the boundaries on that johndroe short this movie takes the cake their particles of horror so i i would eat when he said particles i think of a really small molecular level type of thing i think that they thought or ace yeah there's a lot of these stories i think we're made to be shared what's better than sharing and scaring you know instead of sharing alike share spoke with your body yeah i didn't know he was such a fan of horror but he he is and like like you said yet these of this shorts he said the particles i think in others that three second one where he just kind of screaming and i think yeah that's a particle of horror as the scream and so i think that's a whole film dedicated to just that moment that exist in so many horror films and that was one of the scariest wants to me jon voight just kind of screaming at you for three minutes into the.

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"jon voight" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WJR 760

"The worst most boring depressing television in history whoever wrote it should be sent that a hollywood they should be banished vast that harvey weinstein where wrote that the death scenes in the raid donovan i said never watch it again but come sunday matter watched it again it was so good last night now the best seen was with my favorite actor jon voight him and his son he has a half black son whose great the two of them are amazing together in this series even if you don't watch it play by jon voight he plays the the bad seed father from boston and his accents perfect and he's very sense of humor exists they go out they celebrate some scam they pulled off and they you know that with a bunch of women they pull a hobby wants them somewhere in all night and the next thing is in the morning and the father played by john one is sitting i make it very familyoriented is sitting there with the after effects of a male enhancement substance and it won't leave him i can paintings doubled over the breakfast table with a newspaper in front of himself and the census dad what's the matter he says i dunno the age of one go down so it's like a joke slot in the middle of all the stuff so he goes to an emergency room to get treatment for the male enhancement pill that won't leave a system is like crippled from this and the sun looks at uppity says this could be gangrene so they go to the it could turned gangrenous so as occupants you go to the merge it was a beautiful dr comes out outing which she's a are room and he's got himself covered cashew pulls out the jews use hyperthermic deal and she says i'm going to inserted in the side of you you know what and i'm going to withdraw blood through the coopers governo sump so jon voight the character targets as god why didn't i think of that now the writing was so good everything was funny about the show is that funny to i thought it was a funny line i'm going to watch it again it was so good it got good again it's all the writing do you understand what i'm saying to you these tv shows that a good they're all good because of the writing at the end of the.

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"jon voight" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"That horrible the worst most boring depressing television in history whoever wrote it should be sent that a hollywood they should be banished fast that harvey weinstein of what wrote that the death seems in the break donovan i said never watch it again but come sunday gotta watched it again it was so good last night now the best seen was with my favorite actor jon voight him and his son he has a half black son whose great the two of them are amazing together in this series even if you don't watch has played by jon voight he plays the the bad seed father from boston and his accents perfect and he's very sense of humor surveys they go out they celebrate some scam they pulled off and they you know that with a bunch of women they pull a hobby winds them similar in all night and the next thing is in the morning and the father played by john is sitting i'll make it very familyoriented is sitting there with the after effects of a male enhancement substance and it won't leave him i can paintings doubled over the breakfast table with a newspaper in front of himself and the son says dad what's the matter says i don't know as the age of won't go down so it's like jokes like okay in the middle abolish the so he goes to an emergency room to get treatment for the male enhancement pill that won't you don't leave a system is like crippled from this and the sun looks that uppity says this could be gangrene so they go to the it could turned gangrenous the far jaws are goes you got to the words who was the beautiful dr comes out him as he that he are room and he's got herself selfcovered she pulls out the jews use hypodermic needle and she says i'm going to inserted in the side of your youknowwhat and i'm going to withdraw blood through the coopers cover no some so jon voight the characters to as god why didn't i think of that now the writing was so good everything was funny about the show get us is that funny the i thought it was a funny line i'm going to watch it again it was so good it got good again it's all.

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"jon voight" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WTMA

"Death scenes in the raid donovan i said devil watch it again but come sunday night watched it again it was so good last night now the best seen was with my favorite actor jon voight him and his son he has a half black son whose great the two of them are amazing together in this series even if you don't watch has played by jon voight he plays the the bad seed father from boston and his accents perfect and he's very sense of humor semantics they go out they celebrate some scam they pulled off and they you know that with a bunch of women they pull a hobby wants them somewhere in all night and the next thing is in the morning and the father played by john is sitting i make it very familyoriented is sitting there with the after effects of a male enhancement substance and it won't leave him i can paintings doubled over the breakfast table with a newspaper in front of himself and the census dad what's the matteresses i dunno shortage of long go down so it's like a joke slot oak in the middle of all this stuff so he goes to an emergency room to get treatment for the male enhancement pill that won't leave a system is like crippled from this and the sun looks it up but he says this could be gangrene so they go to the it could turned gangrenous so far so as archipelagos go to the merge it was beautiful dr comes out in which he's a are room and he's gotta selfcovered so he pulls out the jews use hyperthermic deal and she says i'm going to inserted in the side of your youknowwhat and i'm going to withdraw blood through the corpus governo some so jon voight the character turns to its as god why didn't i think of that now the writing was so good everything was funny about the show is that funny the i thought it was a funny line i'm going to watch it again it was so good it got good again it's all the writing do you understand what i'm saying to you these tv shows that a good they're all good because of the writing at the end of the.

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"jon voight" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"American history i'll tell you why and a new one it started and hbo less recalled the deus which is nothing whatsoever core pornography which i can watch anymore it's horrible they both devolved in other words when we all watched the sopranos on hbo many years ago that was tv at its highest there was the best series ever done in history ira watch them all a time when i'm bored of everything else and i see the the artistic perfection of every single sopranos episode therefore lewis from the beginning to the end whether it be directing acting the music whatever perfect so i turn on rate donovan and i've been watching it for a few years i was off and on with it i happen to think that jon voight is the best actor in it every time he appears on the screen he takes over the entire show i watch it just for him to see him i'm not a fan of leave schreiber he seems too weak for the role he still does and i'm not knocking the guy he sort of growing into the row and i'm sort of getting you used to him he just doesn't look like a tough guy fixer that they try to make him out to be and i don't buy it but what's wrong with ray donovan now is they've done some thing that is astonishing they gave his wife cancer terminal cancer and she's dying of it and in the end this year to or whatever she was dying of it now the open up year three i think and they show without hair with a kerchief in bed and every other seen as a flashback to the dying white it's enough why can't they just kill that character often be done with it why are they dragging out this whole cancer thing it is so bad that i can't watch ray donovan anymore i may or may not but i gotta tell you it's the most.

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"jon voight" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:06 min | 4 years ago

"jon voight" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In america today so that is a mystery to me here's another mystery why is it that almost all now the people will say well there are a few leica celic tom selleck he's a conservative clint eastwood is pretty much of a conservatism jon voight there's definitely a conservative all by the way outstanding actors all of them uh but come on let's be fair ninety five percent of the entertainers in hollywood and television and radio are all radical leftists the tonight show co bear all of these people of the producers who create the daily show radical why is it that they are all in that category why is it then it is not fifty percent conservative and fifty percent radical left jerry think about that now if you think about that does that bother you why is it that all of the news people all of the entertainment industry all of now the college professors i can understand also just like the students to the college professors i can understand to some degree because they were traumatized and brainwashed themselves and it stayed with them and they went into academe and when they went into academia became part of the power structure it's stuck with them to a great degree now the discrimination against conservative professors is amazing in this country you know what is happening here is the equivalent as far as i'm concerned of nazi germany's book bernie why did the nazis burned the books they burned the books because there was only one philosophy there was only one approach there was only one understanding there was only one truth and that was nazism and all the other books were burned just like plato and aristotle on our college campuses are being burned because the professors are telling them that these are bad guys that they are wrong that they are oppressors that they are sexists that they are racist the great thinking minds the classics of the western empire the western world are racist all of them so i can understand the college professors i can understand the students we should not tolerate it there is a law being passed around the country and various states addressing this i'm going to introduce it in my last session of the general assembly next year i did introduce a bill this year which of course they would not except because the general assembly as basic will you a radical left organization but i don't understand.

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