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"jonathan dayton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It's the W. ABC Early News on 77. W. ABC. Now here's Juliet Huddy and Frank Murano. Thank you, George. All right. We have some breaking news. A new cruise ship is making waves. We're going to talk about that at 5 40. But first it is time for on this. Day On this day, September 17th 15 95. The pope recognizes only cat Henry, the fourth as King of France, Henry was a Protestant and pro Catholic forces in France refused to accept anyone but one of their own. Is King. Finally, after four defiant years and a move meant to solidify his rule He converted to Catholicism, supposedly saying Parry is well worth an ass. A few years later, he guaranteed religious liberties to Protestants, ending the wars of religion. He died by the way after being stabbed to death in 16 10 by a religious fanatic. His wife, Marie de Medici, served as regent for their son until the son became king in 16 17. He was Louis the 13th, father of the famed Sun King Louis, the 14th. On this day in 17 87. The Constitution of the United States was signed at the end of the Constitutional convention in Philadelphia. And yes, that's right. It was the largest city at the time with 40,000 residents. Philadelphia was the U. S population was just four million. It's more than 327 million. Now, Do you know who the oldest person to sign it was? I'm going to guess that it was Ben. Frank. You are correct. He was 81. Do you know the youngest person? I am. This is that's a good question. I am going to guess that it was a hand. Yeah. Give me somebody from New Jersey. Oh, that That was it. Stockton? No, no. Uh than was it. You get this? I'm gonna have a heart attack. Um, well, now, the pressure's on Um, Was it Hopkins? No. I'll give you the first Jonathan Dayton, Jonathan Dayton would not have gotten 26 years old. None have gotten Yeah. Um, it has been amended 27 times, by the way. 17 45 on this day seven September 17th 17 45 Think about this. This is what was happening. Bonnie Prince Charlie, Remember? I talked about him yesterday. He brings his jacket bite rebellion to Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland. He was the grandson of James, the second of England. The Bonnie Prince and his dad spent much of their lives trying to regain the English throne. After James, the second was deposed, and he was sent into exile. And so the whole family was in exile. Basically, Um, sadly for the Bonnie Prince and company Despite having a lot of support in Scotland, it wasn't quite enough. The Princess forces were defeated at the infamous battle Love Kolodin. If you watched Atlanta you remember that Afterwards, the prince went on the lam and finally ended up in France. Just like his dad and grandfather. He lived a life of lush this. He's a lush, and he died in Rome of a stroke at the age of 67. On this day in 17 96 to announce his decision not to seek a third term as President George Washington presented his farewell address to Congress in a newspaper article on this day, September 17th 18 49. Harriet Tubman escapes slavery for the first time in Maryland with two of her brothers. On this day in 18 62. Confederate Forces under General Robert E. Lee were crushed by union forces at the Battle of Antietam. In Maryland. At least 22,000 men were killed, wounded or missing. It remains the deadliest one day battle in All of American military history. That was in 18 62 on September 17th. We'll just exactly one year earlier in 61, the first class for escaped slaves was taught. At Fortress, Monroe, Virginia, which is now Hampton University. It was taught by Mary Peak. On this day in 1953. Ernie Banks became the first black baseball player to play for the Chicago Cubs. You know, I was on a private plane with Ernie Banks and Tommy Lasorda and my family. We were friends of the person who owns the jet, and we were all there and my everybody was drinking. Not me. I was a kid, but they start they all started singing. Amazing Grace. And it was the craziest memory and unfortunately I was like 10 years old, So I don't have any video or pictures or anything of it. But it was pretty pretty darn cool on this day September 17th 1972 mash Makes its debut on CBS on this day in 1955 actor James Dean. Filmed a TV commercial for the National Highway Safety Committee, urging Americans to drive safely weird. He would later die in a car accident at the age of 24, just under a month before rebel without a cause premiered in New York. That's I didn't know that's interesting. Well, that's strange. Well on this day 52 years ago, a friend of mine who was my best friend growing up. We want to Canada Hills Middle school, and we went to Briarcliff High School together for a short time until I had to move down to the sea. Christine Trudeau was born. I've lost touch with her. I lost touch with her after college, and if she's out there if you're out there, Christine Trudeau or anybody knows how to get in touch with her. I've tried to find this woman. I can't find her anywhere. So you're giving a birthday shout out to somebody? Yeah, you haven't talked to and years ago she was an important part of my life. She could be Well.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Underrated
"Hello everyone. Welcome back to the underrated. Podcast this past where we discussed movies. That we think are underrated under appreciated or ones that have just slipped under the radar and pass most people by My name is derek macduff. And i'm here with aerial ortiz. I love and alan taurus. Everybody and together. We are the underpass company. Today we're gonna be talking about the movie battle of the sexes. A twenty seventeen film loosely based on the Sporting tennis match of that took place in nineteen. Seventy three wanna say But yeah and the film is directed by valerie farris and jonathan dayton and written by simone before Star it steve carell and emma stone. As billie jean. King and bobby riggs This pick was my suggestion. So have you guys seen it before. Nah okay yeah but a yeah. It was a movie that it did get kind of. It was promoted pretty heavily but it kind of disappeared after it came out It didn't have a huge budget. The budget was only about twenty five million but it just did not do well at the box office. Only made internationally eighteen point six million so obvious bomb for this one But i was curious what you guys thought about this movie On your first here. It was okay. i really enjoy it too much. I i'd like the tennis aspect of it. I guess It just like. I would but the thing that surprised us that i didn't feel as like like i didn't dislike steve curls character as much as i thought i wouldn't i dislike more bobby kings character Just because of the whole like her having an affair with her with on her husband. Essentially like i understand. You know you're finding yourself and stuff like that's still like you know you could find yourself in or you know that it's going on that road and kind of making no like break up with your husband. Been or tell your husband. I think in the end. It said that she that she was basically kind of like acted as her beard for a couple more years and then and then Then you know when things are okay for that kind of thing. like Rightfully so they were able to break apart but still be friends So so i. I enjoyed like the whole like yeah like the whole battle of the sexes and the fight for women's equality in tennis and things like that but Just yet like it was just a random thing that like i wasn't expecting the basically have like Kind of supplies a bit more with girls character. Just because of like he's essentially is like a serial like gambler and and he's a the kind of like more cut he's at as destructive thing is that he always wins essentially. So that's kind of like those kind of gamblers are kinda like the ones that like. They like he says in the gamblers anonymous of like a i win. All you guys are just losers like i win. I don't know why i'm here. Stoats sat and yes. E- phil for. I felt for him a little bit Billie jean like king the whole aspect like a set of like fighting for women's equality in and things like.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Yeah I mean and. I've hopefully I've been able to you know smooth the way for guys came after me but. It's It was just a it was a really neat time with such a young industry There had been the playboy circuit prior to you know clubs and then. The catskills and and you know supper clubs prior to that. But comedy comedy clubs. You know the the MC the Middle Act and the headliner was was a pretty new. Phenomenon nearly eighties and and boy it was so much fun to be a part of it was just a blast. Yeah and that's kind of the reason for this podcast I felt like we were really lucky to. Share that part of our lives, the eighties and the nineties in my case where particularly strong and I felt that was kind of the golden age of stand up and you say Golden Age people think oldies but it really was when if you're a talented and you worked the job was work you had to write and you had to perform, you had to go through the trials and tribulations and the sacrifices of babies on the road. But if you were good and consistent, you could become famous in your case it led to more act and we should mention to the audience that you were a regular on Bay Watch in the early nineties, right? You Lot of shows like Beverly Hills Nine Oh two one. Oh Roseanne. Several I. Think over twenty TV appearances in the early nineties and then you end up doing a few movies quite a career Tom Congratulations. Night Yeah it was it was never the career. That I had envisioned. It was going to be my. My wheelhouse in terms of income and in terms of one jeopardy and match work was commercials and I wound up. I think I tried to tallied up one time and I had something like. Three hundred eighty five national network commercials how. Many that that'll make a living. Yeah. It was great and I mean at one time. In the. Early nineties maybe late eighties but probably early nineties I had twenty two national network. Ads Airing. At the same time. Enron I remember watching watching the NBA finals one year and on a commercial break, all the commercials will my commercials. No Way. That's three zero and you made money. Oh. Yeah That's not just exposure that's CREPE money. Now is wonderful and and so commercials really were what I what I really one at I had some a couple of television Sitcom pilots and a couple of you know a number of guest star roles and and then a couple of films but but the the real at least financial success came out of just doing commercial after commercial after commercial I was. Nick look the way you know and and I But I think I was in the right demographic to right right right Michelle everything from. From beer beer commercials like the young single guy, looked the young Mary Dad look in that transitioned into the Middle Dad. Look. And you know and commercials were really lucrative at that point they weren't. I. Mean. That whole business has totally changed. Now, I have no idea how people make a living in. Commercials you know I mean commercials are nothing now. Almost. Like. I WANNA share with you. That Jill was just saying right before i. called you that and we saw it actually on one of the best commercials ever TV shows. But there's one where you were doing a car company and you're racing your child on a tricycle and you're in the car she thought was. It was it was Volkswagen and the and the Kid I forget his last name was Angus He became he was a kid on two and a half men no. Now, well, commercials still is to Jill is one of the most endearing the look and the way you came across in that commercial is the young dad racing as you're urine the car in the sons and tricycle people out there in podcast land. If you envision this, you'll probably remember the commercial at did run a ton but it was so sweet and so funny candidate at the same time she is never forgotten still thinks it's one of the highlights of your career. While, you know it was a really sweet commercial. And he was great and The directors were great I'm I'm trying to remember Jonathan Dayton and Valerie ferrets. there are a husband and wife Directory Directing team they did I'm not sure what their whole IMDB is that. They were the directors of Little Miss Sunshine. You remember that yeah. very successful. Yeah. They directed that but God I got to work with some brilliant directors. And and and cinematographers I did a number of spots with Yannis Kaminsky who is the cinematographer for most of Spielberg's style fitted Schindler's list number of other ones and and Bob Richardson director of the aviator to I mean Darah really really good directors and inbetween. Films. They do commercials and I got to work with some of the best. There was a of fun what a great career and it's interesting because I've already interviewed a at least a dozen comics and I'm planning interview more and I gotTa say Tom. You're probably the only one that was able to make income and a living from TV commercials on top of all your successes Astana comic and, of course you did I'm sure you made some money on Baywatch and a few of those shows But the idea that souls was really the pinnacle and. Supported you I think is a you know it just shows that show business as a lot of different avenues. Yeah, there were I mean with within my? I guess the the. The balls that I juggled At that point where stand up commercials voiceover and legitimate whether TV or film. So those all those balls were what I was juggling in order to make your career up and So when any you know one or two of those wasn't in the air, the other ones were and they were sort of pulling the financial train. So I was I was really lucky to have. You know really good representation man I had the best -mercial agents I had the best theatrical agents and you know I I was lucky enough to land a lot of big campaigns whether they were. On air campaigns or voiceover campaigns and then. and that lasted. Pretty much through. Say through the nineties it was really flush and then you know.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Valerie Fair is an also Jonathan Dayton. Join US on sports byline. You may not know those names, but you certainly know their work. They are directors for the new movie battle of sexes, and of course that's based on the nineteen seventy-three Billie Jean. King Verse Bobby Riggs Tennis Match and the movie opens nationally on. Friday and it stars Emma Stone Steve, Carell and Valerie Jonathan have directed a number of successful and well known movies such as Little Miss Sunshine. Let me start by saying and asking you both I I know the story and the characters are compelling, but since it has such a strong sports element to a tennis action. Did that pose any challenges for you all as directors? We were very intimidated because. You know there aren't any really great tennis movies it's. It's a hard thing. Capture on film and you know. We not only wanted to honor Billie Jean and bobby in this. We knew we had to get the tenants right or nothing would matter. How did you overcome that challenge? Well I we had Lornia cool. Who was Bobby Riggs his coach and close friend. He coached him at the time of the match and he was actually. One of our consultants. And he trained Steve Carell and worked with our our double Vince Day and and then you know Billie. Jean trained as well and we had a double for her who worked with vents and they? They practiced for four months to sort of. Play in the style of Billie Jean in Bobby. I can see where we both would be intimidated. Because anybody that plays a sport baseball football tennis, or WHAT HAVE YOU? They know the sport from the inside out and I think a bang. The drum slowly You know what happened with that movie where you know, there were some mistakes made, and people brought them out I i. I would think that you would really I would scare me if I was a director working on something like that. Yeah, I. You know how I mean I think the trend tennis community in particular is very discerning. Yes. And and you know we wanted we also we loved. We watched the original match over and over, and and really loved their particular style of play I mean bobby was a really interesting and unusual player and Billie Jean you know. Still she is when. You know. Great, so it was a lot to live up to and Are Devils. Really beautiful job of. Recreating that Matt I. M did not, play tennis, Steve is a pretty accomplished athlete in his own right the challenge would have been with Emma. How does he overcome come then? Well the big thing was m happy? Take her slight frame. You know a a dancer and really train to be a pro athlete. She worked out every day. with the guy who trained Matt Damon put the borne movie, so she had to sort of become an action hero, and she gained fifteen pounds of muscle over the course of her training and When she showed up she her body was exactly the same dimension as our car double, so it was kind of perfect, and it really changed the way she carried herself, and she really worked on kind of. Just getting Billie Jean physicality not so much the plane, but her on-court behavior, and just how she walked, and particularly how she talked, and you know she just kind of channels Billie, Jean and in every way, but we never imagined we didn't. Ever for a minute think, we could get her to play at the level that we needed that takes a lifetime commitment. Well Billie Jean also approach tennis the way she approached life. She was a bull and the China shop if you know what I'm talking about. She's a serve Volleyer as another. You know as an athlete itself, but what I love about this movie and you guys have captured at perfectly is the back stories and explained to people about what those stories are on Billie Jean and also bobby. Yeah well, that was why we want to make this movie. Because people familiar with the match, but they don't know what was happening in the personal lives, and in particular Billie Jean with having a real upheaval in her marriage. She was. You know eight years into her marriage to Larry King and she was having her first. Relationship with a woman and it was at a time when all the eyes of the world were on her for this match, so. It was a very ten times as well as you know. She had just formed the women's Tennis, association and fighting for equal pay and I. She just had so much on her plate so much on the line, and I think that's really impressed. US restores that with all of that. She still could conjure the the strength to to beat Bobby Riggs. You know what that would take any kind of focus it. You know it's just it's so impressive. I know she did not want to be brought into a circus like atmosphere, but she was almost brought into this because of what happened with Margaret Court the massacre. A Margaret Court on Mother's Day, and I thought that most people don't understand or appreciate that and I think obviously. Billy really felt that she had to take that step. How important was that? That, was it we? We wanted to show that this American hero. Billie Jean. You know, didn't just you know? It didn't come easily and that sometimes. You know. The, the real acts of courage come. You know in unexpected moment. Then you just have to you know, be there when you're needed. And when Margaret Court lost, there was no choice but to to step in and and have someone beat Bobby and she was really the only one in a position to do it, but the the weird thing is that you know at the time. No one really knew who was GonNa win that match I mean Bobby. Is. A great was a great player, and and he just. Didn't have a good day I. You know we talked a lot with. Lawrence his trainer and you know we talked about how maybe on another day he might have you know. Put up a better fight, but You know Billie. Jean really made her point. Let me give you some. Let me give you some insight on. Maybe why? Bobby did not play because I had a chance after that match. Maybe it was a couple of years in which I did a series called sports behind bars for television for the ten a television station here in San Francisco and I. Want An emmy for it and one of the one of the people that I interviewed. Out of the prison was Bobby Riggs doubles partner and I asked him I said. Why are you in prison? He said because bobby and I used to go to Las Vegas and hustle for money. We make a hundred thousand two hundred thousand dollars a weekend and he said when it stopped. He said I couldn't I couldn't change my lifestyle so I asked him also I said. What do you think happened in that match? He said that is the first time on that. I've ever seen bobby. Riggs psyched out. Interesting Wow Listed do that that it's so interesting because you know. The whole issue of did he throw the matches them up and some interviews and learning. Obviously you know vehemently denies it, but also you know. He was offered by Jerry Brench she oh, to play Chris Evert for a million dollars if he beat goes jeans, so you know. He saw this as a new kind of You know career move. He's going to just keep playing women, tennis players and but I think Billie Jean really put a stop to that. You know one of the things I think the reason. Reason is is the fact that if you take a look, Chris Evert? She has that image of being you know just perfect, but a Billie Jean is a is a is an attacker. You know she'll go right at it. And he was not set for that type of thing when things got out of control as partner said to me, he said that he did not know how to adapt because he only played the game with junk in a sense, he did not have the power power shots. The Billie Jean had. So, yes, she she ran them all over the court and he just. you know I think he's the little shape. Oh. Yes. When you wash it. You just see he's just. He's so spent, and it's only the second set. He's just. You know any. Wouldn't those are all this stuff? We put into the movie, but he wouldn't take that jacket off. The Sugar Yeah Sugar Daddy Yep Yep. Let me. Let me complimentary both on one other aspect. Most people know if they remember the event. Nineteen seventy-three at the Astro Dome that Howard Cosell from ABC sports was the sportscaster on that event and you could have gone out and gotten probably somebody that looks like Howard, but you did not tell everybody what you did of that. But that was really important to us. Because you know Howard is one of the most important broadcasters ever in sports. With them, yeah, and and it was essential. To get. Howard. Likeness and his voice in the movie, so we wrote his estate has two daughters are still around and we kind of..
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You can get us on the Internet as I said, but also iheartradio stitcher and tune in, and of course we're heard worldwide on the American forces network which I'm so proud of they've been with us. Since nineteen eighty nine, and that's some five hundred stations in one hundred and seventy seven countries a little bit later on in this hour. We're GONNA. Be Talking with Erik Malinowski is a writer who has written for wired rolling stone and Deadspin, and he covered the Golden State Warriors for bleacher report, and he has written an insightful book about. About the warriors and today's NBA, it's called listened to the title Veda. Ball, Al Silicon Valley and science built one of the greatest basketball teams in history, and here's a quote from that book to compete in the modern NBA. You need to be bold. You need to take risks. You need to not only embrace technologies in the analytics, but implement them. You need to exist in a permanent state of Beta and I have to agree with that statement, because that's the way things have evolved, the world has evolved from a technology standpoint so it. It only makes sense that it also should evolve beyond that into sports and other areas as well, so I think you'll find my conversation with. Erik Malinowski about this book Batabano insightful and interesting. We're going to kick things off in just a second with wife and husband Valery, Ferris and Jonathan Dayton standing by to join US film and Music Video Directors, and also husband and wife, as I said they received critical acclaim for their feature film director, Oriole debut, Little Miss Sunshine. It was a great film later. The couple went on to direct the. The biographical sports film battle of the sexes, the life story of Billie Jean King I had particular interest in this movie, simply because the fact for a period of time on television Billie Jean, King was my broadcasting partner, and I have so much respect for not only for what she did, and athletics were what she did for women in other aspects of society as well so if you haven't seen this movie, I urge you to see at Battle of the sexes. We're ready to crank it up good to have you with on sports byline. I'm pretty handy around the house, but now that I have kids I. Don't to spend my Saturday installing toilet.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Always music the music I, and and the the videos were usually. They were never my idea like I R. I would have like a vague. Well. Can we do something? Like this, but the early videos will mostly definitely not me. They were this wonderful pain from back who were students at the time and went on to become really big deals in the film industry in CONNEC, after they had done all those videos. I mean they didn't just work with me. I was the first one they worked with because interestingly enough. I have been. Someone who has worked? With video directors. I was like the first. Video that they did as video director who went on to become a huge huge. Lake What the heck was name that Oh God that Film Not Sunshine of. the I can't remember the name of it Valerie. Valerie Drayton and Jonathan something. I can't think of their names. This is embarrassing, but they became really big directors in Hollywood. And and went on to do huge videos with like you know the smashing Pumpkins, and all kinds of Hughes won all kinds of awards. Oh. Valerie Farris and Jonathan Dayton or Drayton I think that was her name. Anyway so them and then also another guy. Me and my memory I. Tell You I can't think of his name, but he became huge video director. He worked a lot with Marilyn Manson..
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Always music, the music I, and and the the videos were usually. They were never my idea like I are. I would have like a vague. Well. Can we do something you know like this? But the early videos will mostly definitely not me. They were this wonderful pain from back who were students at the time and went on to become really big deals in the film industry in Connec after they had done all those videos. I mean they didn't just work with me. I was the first one they worked with because interestingly enough. I have been. Someone. WHO has worked? With video directors. I was like the first. Video that they did as video director who went on to become a huge huge. Lake What the heck was name that Oh God that film not, Sunshine the spot the I can't remember the name of it Valerie. Valerie Drayton and Jonathan something. I can't think of their names. This is embarrassing, but they became really big directors in Hollywood. And and went on to do huge videos with like you know the smashing Pumpkins, and all kinds of Hughes won all kinds of awards. Oh. Valerie Farris and Jonathan Dayton or Drayton I think that was her name anyway so them and then also another guy. Me and my memory I tell you I can't think of his name, but he became huge video director. He worked a lot with Marilyn Manson..
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Get off on the change one of the scouting reports on the Philadelphia flyers coming into the series they are relentless the track that possibly do not quickly come after you every inch of the ice and so basically what we see we see the hawks cough up some parts and to make critical areas the Philadelphia flyers available to capitalise emblematic of their head coach Peter Laviolette style of playing in the Stanley Cup with the Carolina hurricanes in two thousand six with a different collection of hockey players but roughly the same speed inside the hot zone one circle doesn't develop the Senate race for state capital to go past you know the fire line down the right wing this you just one of the the forty five year old university of Denver yes the guy Philadelphia flyers more structure inside the room your first first worked his way through the front of the net or Philadelphia flyers surrounding CRISPR screens with nobody really gets his fifth goal of the postseason therefore for hockey game to the heart of gold or get lit up certainly looking human so it's Versteeg nine thirty one on the second floor for the store now inside the fire zone is taken away by Lucas project over the brain reporter project between the service center we get a whistle the flyers are all sides of the plate number two halfway through regulation for for the protests for the system to settle the last five games last season he played was five against the Vancouver Canucks Troy Brouwer came back in the lineup replaceable Penske and he makes his presence felt here return of almost all twenty one of the guys six of the Stanley Cup a couple years ago with the Detroit Red Wings with a big play there the Blackhawks even with the flyers the face off in the head of a hot one at center ice is I can remember my phone at center ice he deflected down into the flyers zone valley lane between the circles okay passing up the left wing for Hartnell hotline office picking the locks on the soaking yourself will now taking a pass from Kommersant passing up the right wing came short of the fire blowing at center ice he deflected down in behind the net minutes one around in the far side by Matt Carlson rice not stick it back in there and nothing before has a green circle on the left wing to Jonathan here flipping out the sunrise flood of the century circle by heart Martin will now try to do is stick it in a long blue line then took it back on the right half boards worries neckline Jonathan Dayton Dustin Hoffman reaches in to take it away from the blue line Richard tried to put it down taking away the rights are taken away the check from Richard's then sent the puck down ice into the flyers zone well for one then go down which is nearly dead the flyers the right wing everybody super contract talks about the Philadelphia flyers made fifty nine now left in the second period and one on the score sheet before for the score you're listening to the Stanley Cup finals on WGN radio sponsored by all state good hands Blackhawks dominated the faceoff apartment number one day bowling out there with the face Mike Richards the draw one by Richard now they're gonna make him do it all over again try this gives me an opportunity quickly to say hello to Ron Phillips and congratulate him on a tremendous career he was a radio play by play voice for the Edmonton Oilers all those seasons hockey hall of Famer in the broadcast when ride you'll be missed off.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Any chance that you see has a chance to go any farther we've talked about this in the previous segments so what's a what's going on with you see in Xavier's we get closer and closer to turn into what you say if you look at the last four games it's very cure them of being boring four games ago they're they're down by fifteen in the second half comeback in beach Houston again after that they have to win at the horn against a Wichita state get a a budget with three point five seconds ago and survive a last second shot by the shockers last Sunday they go to overtime against Yukon and lose this game where they had a chance to win at the horn and then there's what they had to do the other night go to overtime against members are down by ten with about you know six minutes ago and they had to survive that game so they've they've they've certainly been battle tested they played on a bunch of close games I think this year in college basketball you know it's it's cliche to say okay we'll talk about there not being a great team I don't really agree with that just because I think in fact it's really good in Kansas really Jonathan Dayton is really good but in a year like this where it just feels like everybody's beating each other up I think the key is to just get to the NC double a tournament you know we'll see what kind of match up you have I might I figured since I did you get in I think is they can get in I think you're will get in either the Bearcats there's a lot of things I worry about but I think it's either team can get and there's nothing that says they can't win a couple of games in March just because of how wide open it is now from UC perspective I talked with a guy named Joe Jerry palm the other day who's about bacteriologist with.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"One of the lazy days RV lot this Sunday to tail gate before the Buccaneers take on the colts I'll be out there from eleven to one that's right on the corner of and okay and Hines we have lots and lots of jet's pizza honestly if you're out there you're tailgating already you're thinking I want to go I come by have some pizza they've got the Arby's on site you can keep up on you know the pre game and all that so come and say Hey we have a really good time out there jet's pizza is delicious it's gonna be a great morning for tailgating on Sunday and then all weekend I'll be out at the hard rock event center for the Angelus house it's a great group home in Hudson for developmentally challenged adults tonight there is a pairings party for the golf tournament tomorrow and then tomorrow night is the dinner and then Saturday night is a country music concert at the hard rock of that center the brand new one so go to just look up Angela's house and you can find out the details I'd love to see you out there it's a great cause and I'm not not much of a country music but the country music they pick Confederate railroad and they they're great people yeah plus if ladies if you're into those deadliest catch dudes there a couple of captains out there and they're always super nice guys let's get a couple calls in about this the mark Jackson story before we go to today's game should a library of Hey good afternoon John this is Tony Hey Tony ideal pal it's not too bad but that much that my way up the station now to pick up some yes ticket I want your two weeks ago J. congrats man yeah thanks but I actually called communist Lamar Jack they had a lot of people Bobby had to share the same opinion ready but you know I would love to take away from the March accent is a you know my job is the leading candidate for MVP this league right now but you know I was watching a game last week with the Niners and during one particular replay they showed one of his bare hand off in the first thought that actually came to my mind was how that ball blended in so well with the jury believed folks understand but the Jersey I really did think that was possible damage and I thought that's what it came out I was like wow I was actually only one box that you know and of course it's not racist by any means it's just observant and I guess in today's my two thousand nineteen it may be a little more sensitive to some people's minds but let's get past that a moment I mean it it just observation of the act that replay it does look like to blend in with that uniform really well they don't you game of second if you're on the line if you buy the lights I think no one's convicting him for the observation and just like no one would convict you for the observation aids is it an appropriate observation to make on the forty Niners affiliate and and that is no it's not you know what I mean like it yeah like we are can I get you that it's just it's hard to swallow about what observation the older I get I see that a certain way myself that you know and I I know older no way for me it was anyway race by saying that the more I talk about racism now your sensitivity part though but it's just give me a blatant observation that it may have dogs and the balls start but released a Jersey the whole scheme what it comes down to what shack in any of the sites we got my do I do do you already you've already said what you said and I'm trying to explain to you you can have that observation and so could John and so could I and we could probably make that observation here on the radio and not get in trouble it's where you make that observation that is going to matter when you're on the forty Niners team affiliate that is it going to fly because there's an extra level of sensitivity when it comes to players and if we're being honest here the black quarterback has been maligned in the NFL for a long time up until Doug Williams you couldn't have a black quarterback in the NFL and Doug Williams pave the way for so many great ones from Randall Cunningham to tug of war that Warren moon won't even mention the eagle a ton of them but they had to overcome so much just to get the the honor of being a quarterback just to get to the quarterback position so now is there a little over sensitivity when it comes to race or a little heightened sensitivity sure there is and that's okay no one's saying Tim Ryan is racist you saw this comments John or did you nope I got him okay because it you know Tim Ryan he's he's an analyst and up the supposed to analyze this job just any maids he made an analysis and he made it on the forty niner affiliate which I think is the problem the chief problem the forty nine or browse it is dark in color with a dark football with a dark uniform you could not see I mean you literally could not see when he was in and out of the match point and if they're if they're not going to mean and your house of slow on all so you could not see that thing isn't racist it's just that making that observation on the forty Niners affiliate is gonna get you suspended for a game it loses job over it you probably won't lose his job over it to a live a low well I Hey my name is done and how old are you the one I'm fifteen okay go ahead real quick and then now we're gonna let you run long do your homework okay well my dad told me you could rat and I look pretty good detox is the all right you sound a little nervous don't be nervous man you do your B. box and and I'll give you a rap what would you like me to what would you like me to rap about you I will you be box and Dylan what's your dad's name yeah J. H. days all right is your dad married to your mom still are now yes a very good how long you been married you know twenty one years twenty one years I'm very good all right if you want to be box all rap about your dad Jason what's your mom's name Rebecca whenever you're ready on the okay hello my name is Alicia okay I love absolutely love this kid Ruth relax still everything's gonna be fine you're gonna be good give me something I can wrap over breath okay twenty one years every to Rebecca man sinned come and not go candidate in the team he is the call went out with it is on my shoulder let loose with the flow still Intel in it all right I gotta go don't thanks man yeah okay case seventy seven five seven I wanted to five features in great hands do not alive let yeah what's up dude I just actually hold for price match all right hello once again do battle I love yeah I was just would gain muscle so cheap was I thought everybody would want to weigh in on what we're talking about a node three o'clock people know what's up it's like Pablo VI and isn't it yeah that's what we that's we want okay well today's game in honor of the speaker of the house announcing that the impeachment will move forward we will make the game speaker of the house or work with Mickey Mouse the following names that I give you will either be former speakers of the house or they will have worked with Mickey Mouse in other words they were on the Mickey Mouse club now obviously we're not going to give you like Christina Aguilera Britney spears and Justin Timberlake but we might give you some that you recognize seven two seven five seven nine one two five two double ivory okay John sending played this song that was amazing yesterday good to hear thank you did a lot of how can I help you the boys headed I am really pardon all right let's plug you real good I'm gonna give you a name you're gonna tell me if they work with the mouse or if they were a speaker of the house you ready I'm ready Ryan Gosling the house or friend of the mouse sound like a friend of a mile indeed nineteen ninety three at the age of twelve Mister Gosling attended an open audition and multi player all for a revival of Disney channel's the Mickey Mouse club he was given a two year contract as a Mouseketeer and moved or bland Florida where he appeared on screen infrequently because other kids were considered more talented none the less you describe the job is the greatest two years of his life you got one in a row we day we need to get the take the tack antidotes take on price Jonathan Dayton sounds like the speaker of the house does it because to me it sounds like a friend of the masses to but but it's actually speaker of the house the youngest person to sign the U. S. constitution and a member of the US house of representatives serving as its third speaker Anthony James look up L. U. C. C. A. now he's cheating right like I like dealing with people pause like that you know they're looking us so I don't know I don't think so your two cheated did you right now doesn't mean anything people go yeah I don't know well then and then you got it speculate that he's either on his phone typing while you're talking or is then now sitting at a computer or and sometimes people are just better than we want them to be ten but he will he this guy was definitely better than we wanted to be because at the James Luka despite the fact that its name definitely sounds like a speaker of the house to me is is a friend of the mouse news fourteen you want to destroy to addition for the movie newsies only to find out the the audition was for the Mickey Mouse club encouraged by his sister he auditioned for the show was picked for a call back to Los Angeles where is select with eight other kids to join the cast for the fourth season of the show congradulations hold on one second we're gonna go only to right Ryan Gosling Jonathan Dayton and it yeah I guess it was a fine man right now I know why you're taking so hard yeah that's why I'm back to the Grateful crap see exactly that's what I did see liar hi all I would say malfeasance **** damn I thought I thought these names are pretty lake I think that easy like I I normally have a pretty good gauge on how easy they are I really thought we got here yeah I take this very personally yeah you should take somebody else thank you to the library you it was of a mind Steve Steve lymphoid speaker of the house a friend of the mouse figure out god dang it when he was a prominent U..
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Rates in very I have a six percent back card on groceries through American Express the problem is there's a limit of fifteen hundred dollars year cash back and that really is the problem with the star credit cards is that you know you have to have one card to ease for gas purchases one card that you use for grocery purchases another card you use for everything out like it just like I don't know gets very confusing tell us streaming services. you can game the system pretty well though. just by matching up there's different cards and things that don't they have fees on them each year and I think that that like I have one card that I use because I travel but it I get the access to the admirals club yeah right as if through American Airlines says yeah that's my airline that by travel a lot but it just it seems like I said got back current aft of the Amazon card to get my five percent back on my Amazon purchase he's got to be cognizant of like what you're actually spending and whether or not you're actually getting enough bang for your Buck the right car right you need to make sure you use the records just confusing I just want one cars I get ten percent back on everything. every nice women only find I will I it's our tore quite tricky question was thirty nine president George Washington Benjamin Franklin and James Madison were among the thirty nine delegates who signed the United States constitution into law Jonathan Dayton of New Jersey was the youngest signatory at age twenty six while Benjamin Franklin was the oldest at age eighty one and the winner on that question is Alec from Tewkesbury in Alec takes home a fifty dollar gas card as a result would you like to have been able to hang out with Ben Franklin yeah okay kind of like you go through histories you know. fun guys Winston Churchill's another guy on my list reminds me of that office episode where they bring an impersonator Ben Franklin in. and forget about it all right the TV show. maybe you've heard of it. I told you I watch documentaries in the offices documentary. mockumentary a mockumentary. index funds are the new kings of Wall Street I wonder if this doesn't create a tipping point for investing for what perspective what's when we go into just what's happening okay SO funds that track U. S. equity indices crossed four point two seven trillion dollars in assets on August thirty first that was the first time in history that index funds had more in assets that actively managed funds at four point two five trillion at that same point so the growth of index funds has been significant over the last two decades largely led by vanguard with Jack Bogle at the helm he's now passed but there's a number of companies that have kind of taken up that mantle his you still have involved there but Black Rock is another big one through their ice years brand of products obviously get your spiders out there through the S. and P. and so forth but there there's a bunch of companies doing this well the index funds of made money because they just buy everything and they do it cheap because there's no person managing it yes but now that they're the majority buyer of equities that means they're buying all the bad stuff right so if you have an intellectual who's making logically based decisions I think you're gonna see individual managers outperforming indexes because they're like because the index has to buy what what's like a crappy company they in G. right their craft. Fitbit to crappy company apron the the the those indexes have to buy them right but any idiot knows not to buy those stocks right no what what moron is buying Fitbit today or are it would last year the think there's so many bad companies that these indexes half the box walk buster video yeah you don't have to do that if your if your manager site I that's that's my theory now it may take me a few years to be right but I think some day you're going to come back and say general guy was right this is it now is the time to use managed accounts so I think there's there's two different pieces there the first is just looking at this from a trading perspective in theory as index funds become a bigger and bigger chunk in individual investors and fund managers become a smaller piece they actually lose power in the pricing game so let's say that you have a point in the future were individual investors and fund managers are only three or four percent of the market yeah they may say Hey I want to sell this but a they might not have anyone to sell an individual stock to the index fund. no because they have to maintain an allocation is in line with the index so there's questions in terms of can you find a counterparty but on top of that Hey if index funds are moving most of the market then yeah you might have a great idea but the market won't let you make money on it because the indexes no not you're such a small fish that doesn't matter no that's not the case now and I don't think it will be any time soon the other piece that was far as you know what needs to change in order for active managers to be able to out perform you have to have a change in what is coming out of central banks okay central banks and their actions over the last really twenty years in particular have been death for active managers okay because in this environment you don't wanna be buying alpha do you have.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Also known as constitution day. marks the anniversary of the ratification of the United States constitution on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven. dating back to the cost and if the constitutional Congress of the United States in their final meeting and it was to sign the constitution. although the document did not go into effect until two years later on March fourth seventeen eighty nine today is the day to celebrate such a vital piece of documentation in our history. you did not know about the constitution. four thousand four hundred words which sounds like a lot. it is the shortest written constitution of any major government in the world. also happens to be the oldest. of those four thousand four hundred words or any of the misspelled. sure I imagine. right a few and most glaring at least from my vantage point Pennsylvania would say spelled with one again that's where they were. Delaware that place yeah how do you spell over. since nineteen fifty two the United States constitution has been on display in the National Archives building in Washington DC currently all four pages are displayed behind protective glass framed with titanium. and to preserve the parts wants quality the cases contain argon gas are kept at sixty seven degrees Fahrenheit and a relative humidity of forty percent. constitution day Dan celebrates September seventy actual anniversary day the framers signed the document how many presidents. previously or after signed the constitution. answers to George Washington and James Madison. and the oldest person to sign the constitution was Benjamin Franklin eighty one the youngest was Jonathan Dayton of New Jersey who was twenty six by the way interesting note I take over you will as well Benjamin Franklin had gal all kinds of physical problems couldn't even walk he was carried an. to the hall for the delegation bye for prisoners. by penitentiary. why go to forum print I don't that's the American way I guess and on a very sad note another US service members been killed in Afghanistan no details of the incident or the identity of the member were given except that the member was killed in action now a defense officials told army times that the fallen soldier was a green beret but did not offer more details this is the seven tenth American combat deaths in Afghanistan this year I. S. number since the end of twenty four teams. why is this some home cell right away another set on the market for months and months with no results because it matters who.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"With el Paso's newsradio six ninety K. T. S. M. however elections important but the one in twenty twenty if we turn hard left to the Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Corey Parker Kamel Harris Democratic Party with increase taxes on everyone including the middle class confiscating guns no borders free medical care for the world's seven billion human beings free tuition abolishing private insurance companies we're done let's continue now we have a let's go to Jeff in Dayton Ohio and then our third in San Diego Jonathan Dayton welcome the bill Cunningham show Jeff go ahead there are you know what you said earlier in the previous hour about house state Sir you'll conservative states are being turned power pole then blue when people from California New York we from them and bring their politics and we also mentioned about taxes in danger of turning purple and blue or you know what's known as Californication or New York cation let me offer a three step plan for conservative state no conservative or moderate to approach them back when gently I'm I'm gonna write it down and I want those the millions listening in taxes to pay attention Jeff go ahead you got a minute and a half go ahead okay stop one employment passim implement constitutional scary to employ and this will be a little harder employment a by the tax credit marksmanship and then during that wait a year well wait a year six months after the dust settles and then this will be hard a little bit harder we'll all be a lot harder a sales tax waiver and around costumers sounds to me like you believe in the second amendment and so if the federal government under camallo Harris wants to come and seize your weapons and I you know you might have you might issue an objection rob go ahead make my day because Cory Booker maintains that there needs to be a Hey turn back program for those who have guns to the federal government and for those who don't want to turn in their weapons it's time for other procedures to be used what does that mean all morning yeah come on and try Jeff thank you for your call I let's continue coming up next to be Arthur and San Diego then calls from Indianapolis in California in Cape coral Florida many other places have line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven and to me it's incredible to watch I think the destruction of the modern Democratic Party not following the dictates of Obama or Clinton when it comes to legal migration from the third world into America but some sort of socialist idea the words which will play later on again of Clinton and Obama fifty four square within the immigration policies of president Donald J. trump so what you're gonna hear from Obama and from Clinton you're gonna hear from trump they're the same thing but trump is a racist for advocating the policies followed by Obama and by William Jefferson Clinton so the Democratic Party for sixteen years had.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"We have a let's go to Jeff in Dayton Ohio and then our third in San Diego Jonathan Dayton welcome the bill Cunningham show Jeff go ahead no conservative or moderate to approach them back when gently I'm I'm gonna write it down and I want those the millions listening in taxes to pay attention Jeff go ahead you got a minute and a half go ahead input and this will be a little harder employment a by the tax credit for marksmanship and then during that waiting here well wait a year six months after the dust settles and then this will be hard a little bit harder we'll all be a lot harder a sales tax a waiver and around us demurs sounds to me like you believe in the second amendment and so if the federal government under camallo Harris wants to come and seize your weapons you'll you might have you might issue an objection rob the go ahead make my day because Cory Booker maintains that there needs to be a Hey turn back program for those who have guns to the federal government and for those who don't want to turn in their weapons it's time for other procedures to be used what does that mean all morning yeah come on and try Jeff thank you for your call I let's continue coming up next to be Arthur and San Diego then calls from Indianapolis in California in Cape coral Florida many other places have line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven and to me it's incredible to watch I think the destruction of the modern Democratic Party not following the dictates of Obama or Clinton when it comes to legal migration from the third world into America but some sort of socialist idea the words which will play later on again of Clinton and Obama fifty four square within the immigration policies of president Donald J. trump so what you're gonna hear from Obama and from Clinton you're gonna hear from trump they're the same thing but trump is a racist for advocating the policies followed by Obama invite William Jefferson Clinton so the Democratic Party for sixteen years had two presidents talking like trump on immigration which were going to place in a little bit one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill coming in the great American live with you every Sunday here is your WCF.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Was recently in the news about his large checks that you received for delivering speeches after being VP but you know what bush bill and Hillary they all get some huge checks to talk it's a common thing the question is do you care if somebody's willing to pay the cash do you care if they take it at seventy three percent most of those on the polls say no they don't care make that money the rest believe it's excessive and should be regulated and a simple question here when you think of politician as a profession do you see it as a lucrative profession over eighty percent say yes they see it as lucrative come on even Bernie has three houses thanks Christina download simple USA in your favorite apps store today share your opinions and make sure your voices heard will happen over let's continue now we have a let's go to Jeff in Dayton Ohio and then our third in San Diego Jonathan Dayton welcome the bill Cunningham show Jeff go ahead let me offer a three step plan for conservative state better still conservative or moderate to approach them back when gently I'm I'm gonna write it down and I want those the millions listening in taxes to pay attention Jeff go ahead you got a minute and a half go ahead okay stop one employment passing the poor man hello constitutional scary to employ and this will be a little harder employment a I earning your tax credit.
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"This very weekend. You can also watch his new half hour comedy series. Historical roasts on Netflix. He's one of the most loved people in this town in his profession. Not only because he's funny because he is just an awesome person. Great rich. Jeffrey Ross good intro. You know what? I get paid top dollar for that in certain comedians than tro is foreplay. You understand like like when I hear that everything starts happening for me right now. I wish I could rip this Mike out of the thing, and walk around and work the room. It's possible to work. Snapped a football. You snap the football David tell your, your, your old, Jeff lift showed stay right says that you're a center on the Jonathan Dayton, regional high school BULLDOGS in Springfield, New Jersey. Never won a game for years. We got the video right there there. It is of you and your veins. You got down there down there and it's like riding a bike. You just not that thing to me and tell couldn't even believe it. Look at that talent very hidden talent. My friend historical roasts is fantastic. And I will explain. Why? Okay. Thank you, bud. Because you're you're Ross. You know what a big fan of row Siam richest been for his fans. The richest been support richest been talking about the Rothe like sporting events since I met him because they are events. They are vents that it is a competition between the comedian's onstage against each other, and then against the, the person who's being roasted. I grew up on the old Dean Martin rose. Yes, I'm I'm an old school. Guy. I know you are to your your loved lush business, buddy, Hackett, and Don Rickles, or people very near and dear heart. You can, you knew them..
"jonathan dayton" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Media minute, how he Kurtz, Fox News. I'm Chad pergram with the speakers lobby the house is poised to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress. The authority for contempt of congress dates back to customs and the English parliament, congress, deployed its own contempt power early on in seventeen ninety five three house members believed that two men, one businessman Robert Randall attempted to bribe them the house decided the second man was innocent that the house found Randall in contempt Randall was brought to congress and reprimanded by speaker, Jonathan Dayton of New Jersey Randall was ordered held in house custody for a few days. Even so. Congress hasn't arrested someone for contempt since nineteen thirty four lawmakers investigated the nineteen thirty air mail scandal, and whether the Hoover administration improperly handed out contracts to airlines to deliver mail. William McCracken served as president, Herbert hoovers assistant, secretary of commerce McCracken presided over meeting, which set up the mail contracts McCracken didn't cooperate with the Senate. So senators voted to hold McCracken in contempt and arrested him the Senate held McCracken for ten days, not in a congressional jail at the posh Willard hotel in downtown Washington with the speed. Cours lobby Chad pergram, Fox News. Thanks for inviting me into your home, long haul truck, R V camper, taxi your parents. Well, appointed rec room with the electric fireplace. The bumper pool table and that painting of dogs playing poker, your loft that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast.