21 Burst results for "Jonathan Price"
"jonathan price" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Am i going to do with them. Dear growl them dig growl get the Absolutely wonderful. I loved her in this. I want to say she went on to do voice work as well. While she was didn't voice in the cars movies she was working not all the way up until she passed away in twenty nineteen but she was working pretty close to when she passed away in two thousand nineteen so choose always so great and i loved her and soap to she had that great kind of ditzy quality to her was so good. The other guy that we should mentioned too was charles mccune. Who's the stage manager. And he shows up in almost every monty python film and shows quite a bit in. Turn gilliam stuff i remember being in the imaginarium of doctor parnassus but he's Jonathan prices you can't say office mate but he's the guy who's desk is being shared on the other side of the wall next to times. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. He looks completely different than he doesn't. S yeah so aside from sean connery. Who do you think would be the biggest name in the still at the point in time it was released. Claes probably yanks. Shelley duvall would have been up there too though. Yeah this is. This is right around like popeye time. I think right so this is after. She'd made all those films with altman and this was post Yeah i think she came to this just having completed the chinese i just imagined such With kubrick gilliam altman in that run of films. And i think i read like once again in that very naughty boys book where she was saying such a relief to be here. After having would stanley kubrick treated aside poli the the set of the shining said one of her mole slack films. I really love it. She was in roxanne. The fred sketchy film. Rate the retelling of cyrano. The buzzer wreck with steve. I love that A full she's just sort of like a bit of a side throw character. But whenever i think is shelly devolved i think of the shining. I think it'd be more than that. Why because she signed nice end to think of her. And annie hall where I think what he allen's lines of certain to get feeling back in his jaw..
"jonathan price" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Literally died tamar. that's right. Hey got bad pun. Well cam thanks for letting us. Thanks for letting this pump you for info. I have that written down. I the i. Hey bad line but okay. I'm gonna throw it to youtube fussed about your soul on rewatching this film guy back to it. You had different opinions growing up on it. Let's hear what you think now. Okay janine. why don't you go first quest. Okay so this movie is not a favorite of mine. And i generally only watch it. Maybe once every two or three years. And because i just recently watched it in cameron mayes pandemic bond rewatch. I was not thrilled about watching it again tactic. I threw a bit of a temper tantrum about it yesterday. But i sat and i watched it last night and for me. I mean the saving grace of this movie. And i just love so much. Is jonathan pryce as elliot carver. He's just so much fun That i i actually enjoyed this movie. More this on this last rewatch last night. Because i focused on what he was going to be onscreen in terms of how i feel about the movie as a whole i just i just find it. One of the more weaker bond movies in general and the worst movie is still a lot more enjoyable to me than almost any other movie so that is also saying something. But it's it's rough. I find that bond is net as peak performance as a agent. I find pierce brosnan. Really tough for me to watch represent the character. And i just find find. This movie is also feels pretty dated in its themes and some of its scenes. We discussed earlier some waylon some of the problems there. They did remove some of the racism obviously before going into production but also left some of it in and i can. I can forgive a lot of the bond movies for being out of touch with today's standards. But i just find. This movie just really dated problematic for me and just not fun unless it's revolving directly around jonathan prices cover so that's a no the nucleus for talk right moving on. What are we having well. We'll be back week okay. I i wanted to drill into this. Because i knew the mentioned janine about pierce brosnan tampa told me in the past. You particularly like his brosnan as bond i know for me. Goldeneye is probably in the top five bond films time and brosnan's probably my second favorite boned. Okay just he was my first bond. That's probably why but what about rosen's pretrial with bond because you'd like him as a person in an actor but his portrayal bond. Don't you like well. And like i love goldeneye to this day and i. I love pierce brosnan in goldeneye but i almost separate. That is being him being bond in my mind I mean my my bond. Is roger moore. So i like a campy bond. He was the bond that i sort of gravitated towards a kid. Probably because he is so can't be goofy in his movies are less serious But pierce brosnan to me..
"jonathan price" Discussed on KOMO
"Compares the attitudes of people in the city of Seattle versus those who live in the King County suburbs to the Black lives matter, movement, pollsters Stuart Elway tells KOMO majority People in both groups support Bielema higher in Seattle but still 67% outside in the suburban area. Always says more than 70% of people in Seattle and King County believe police Department should keep their current number of officers that increased training. The complete pole can be found on crosscut dot com. The commanding officer of Madigan Army Medical Center is suspended during an investigation. Army investigators only, say the case involving Colonel Christopher Warner's related to an incident that occurred prior to his appointment at Madigan last July. The coma News Tribune reports. Colonel Scott Roof is serving his acting commander, Colonel Warner came to Madigan after serving as the deputy chief of staff for the Assistant secretary of defense for health affairs. At the Pentagon. Health providers that multi care urgent care clinics picketed into coma today over what they call unsafe working conditions. Joe Crane with the Union of American Physicians and Deltas, says they've been bargaining with multi care for over a year. Over its closing policy, which requires providers to work past their 12 hour shift if a patient walks in just before closing at eight PM, not take medicine to continually bring people in and expect someone who's already seen sometimes over 60 patients in that previous 12 hours to continue to give medicine to the public. In an email statement. Multi care says most of its providers prefer the 12 hour shift option is it gives them more time away from work and more time to be with family. Bellevue Police are investigating a fatal shooting this morning involving a husband and wife, Cuomo's Eric Science report. This happened about a block from the open window school in the Lake Monte area of Bellevue, investigators say. Just after 4 30 this morning, they got a 911 call from an elderly man saying quote I shot her. When officers arrived. A man was on the porch of the house. He was taken into custody than police found an elderly woman in the home. Officers say the suspect and the victim were husband and wife. Detectives have not yet determined a motive. Domestic violence cases have been surging in King County this year recently, prosecutors said. There've been 28 violent deaths in the county of linked to domestic violence in 2020. 13 have been homicides compared to seven in all of last year. Our client's common use 58 year old man is under arrest after Seattle police say he stabbed his ex wife to death at a university district apartment happened this morning in the area of 16th Avenue northeast in northeast 45th. The 44 year old woman died shortly after she arrived. At Harborview. Ride Share drivers in Seattle will now earn a minimum of 16 39 an hour under a new law signed today by their Jenny Durkan. But why uses a utilization rate with higher permitted and per mile rates? Which promised actual pay of nearly $30 per hour before expenses. Durkin says most drivers are from immigrant and refugee communities and low income families. You will help build economic resilience of many of our immigrant and refugee community members and will lift up workers too long have been marginalized. Hoover says It'll cause prices for writers to increase, which could limit transportation available. The lower income writers and lift calls the law a deeply flawed says it will kill thousands of jobs, possibly driving right share companies out of Seattle. Attraction that highlights the work of one of the area's biggest companies, is the latest to reopen almost Ryan Harris tells us what you'll find at bowling's future of flying First things. You'll find a future of flight, our capacity limited to 25%, a face mask requirement, hand sanitizer stations and regular sanitizing throughout the facility. But that says, future of flights Norma is so you can enjoy the gallery full of current and future Boeing products and some hands on exhibits. You can fly a drone and even program a robot. You can also The design of jets and actually fly the jet simulator. In the same experience. You can order tickets in advance and pay for anything you need to on site without cash as part of the new safety measures. The reopening also includes the sky deck and paper Plane Cafe, but the Boeing Everett factory tour is still shut down with a virtual tour in the works. Brian Harris. Camo knew someone used time 9 40 from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk Monday night football Tonight, The Bears beat the Buccaneers 20 to 19 in the American League. The Yankees took the raise 5 to 1 right now National League top of the eighth Dodgerslead. The Padres 823 the dogs and Coop is eager to get fall football practice is underway tomorrow. Details from Cuomo's Bill Swart. We normally see fall football camp in August, but Corona virus alter the Pac 12 football schedule. With games kicking off November 7th After a week's worth of distance training and zoom meetings. Full practices can begin in Pullman and Seattle tomorrow. And now we actually know who were playing in the schedules laid out. We're excited about the fact that Ah, terrific job of keeping the home games the same as it was supposed to be in 2020 and the away games, the same Jimmy Lake and the Huskies Open a California Washington state takes on the Beavers in Corvallis, the NFL investigating whether Tennessee Titans broke covert protocol. By holding informal workouts while their team building was shut down their Sunday game against the Buffalo Bills has been moved to Tuesday. The Seahawks will not have safety Jamal Adams or rookie linebacker Jordan Brooks both injured for Sunday night's home game against Minnesota. The Atlanta Braves have advanced to the National League Baseball Championship, while the Houston Astros punch their ticket to the LCS. Sports in 10 and 40.
"jonathan price" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To the takeaway. I'm Bridget Bergen in for 10, Xena Vega. On Saturday night. Jonathan Pryce, a 31 year old black man was shot and killed by a police officer in Wolf City, Texas. According to Price's family. He had been trying to intervene in a dispute between a man and a woman. Your convenience store when the police were called Officer Sean Lucas showed up to the scene where he reportedly attempted to detain price who walked away from the officer. Because then used a Taser on price before shooting him multiple times. On Monday, Officer Lucas was arrested and charged with murder. The law enforcement agency investigating prices killing released a statement saying that in a preliminary investigation They found Lucas is actions to be unreasonable. Joining me now to discuss this is Mark Haslett, news director for Katie are in Northeast Texas. Thanks for being here, Mark. Thank you. It's good to be with you, mark Beyond the basics of the events that led to Officer Lucas killing Jonathan Pryce. How much do we know about this shooting? We know very little. We know basic details. It happened Saturday night around 8 30 near the quick check Gas station Convenience store, which is right off the main intersection in Wolf City, which is a town of about 1500 residents. A man and a woman, and there were in some sort of argument. Perhaps there was a physical fight. We know that Jonathan Pryce attempted to intervene in the conflict. One officer responded to a report of the disturbance and that Officer taste and then shot Jonathan Pryce fatally. The Texas Rangers. The law enforcement agency investigating the case released a statement on Monday, saying their preliminary investigation determined that Officer Lucas's actions were quote. Not objectionable e reasonable. Do you know what they meant by that? I think they might have meant objectively reasonable, which is a legal phrase that you hear in discussions of qualified immunity. And in layman's terms, you're paraphrase earlier was correct. It seems that the Texas Rangers preliminary investigation found that Officer Lucas is actions were unreasonable. And that led to his arrest Monday night. He's charged with murder and is being held on a $1 million bond. There was a vigil held to honor Jonathan Pryce on Monday in Wolf City. I'm wondering if you could tell me what you heard from participants at that vigil. The main thing that I took from that was an experience of the deep pain that people in Wolf City are feeling there was morning. You heard and saw evidence of people's suffering. There was some anger. But the main thing that I took away from that vigil was deep sorrow and bewilderment. Confusion. This. This is a small town where People, for the most part get along. This town has a good reputation regionally and people there are crushed by these events. Mark. How are people reacting locally to the relative speed with which Officer Lucas was arrested? There is a sense of relief. Not satisfaction, though, because of course people know that this is just the first step in a very long process. People are hoping for justice to prevail in this case, not out of a desire for vindication, but simply to see justice served. But I will say that people are generally relieved. And even though the attorney for the family is he has said that the arrest should have happened much sooner. Many people are pleased that the arrest was made about 48 hours after the incident. Mark. What are the racial demographics of Wolf City? And how does it tend to lean politically? It's mostly white African Americans are the largest ethnic minority in Wolf City. This is a very conservative part of Texas, typically in this region Republicans when elections by about 3 to 1 margins. This is thief forthe U. S congressional district, which is the district that sent a current director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe. To Washington. The Democratic Party did not even field a candidate for Congress in the fourth Texas district in 2016 and 2014. So this is a very solidly Republican area. I will say that political differences did not seem to be relevant. In the reaction to this event, people who might disagree politically about number of topics, including the Black lives matter, Movement and The conversations about race and policing in this country this year. Those differences were not apparent. The community was Pretty much unified in their support of Jonathan Pryce and his family. I have not heard or read anyone. Defending this officer's actions outside of the officer's attorney who released a statement yesterday. Have there been any other notable incidents of police brutality in Wolf City in recent years, and did any of the demonstrations that took place this summer take place in northeast Texas against these broader issues of Of police brutality and a sort of racial justice uprising. There were no reported incidents of that sort of thing in Wolf City as Faras what happens in this part of the state of this region? I can't speak to that. Because I don't know. I only know what is reported. So what is reported might or may not correspond with reality. But as far as what's reported We don't have many reports of that sort of thing in Northeast Texas. It certainly doesn't mean that it doesn't happen. But for the most part, this is a very quiet part of the state. In just in our last 15 seconds. What happens next with Jonathan Price's case? Will be looking to see how swiftly the Texas Rangers in the Hunt County district attorney's office pursues this case, and we're looking to learn the timeline for AH grand jury..
Texas police officer arrested on suspicion of murder in fatal shooting of Jonathan Price
"Not released any details about 31 year old Jonathan Price's death this past Saturday outside a gas station. Rule. Hunt County Price's family claimed he was trying to break up a fight between a couple officer Shawn Lucas, who responded attempted to detain price. Lucas's attorney claims Price refused repeated instructions and physically resisted it. At one point attempted to take the Taser away from Officer Lucas Prices. Mother wants the death penalty. He didn't have the shooting. I want to see him. Feel the pain that I'm feeling. Lucas has been charged with murder with Bond set at $1 Million Charity McCurdy NewsRadio
"jonathan price" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The takeaway. I'm Bridget Bergen in for 10, Xena Vega. On Saturday night. Jonathan Pryce, a 31 year old black man was shot and killed by a police officer in Wolf City, Texas. According to Price's family. He had been trying to intervene in a dispute between a man and a woman near convenience store when the police were called officer, Shawn Lucas showed up to the scene where he reportedly attempted to detain price who walked away from the officer. Because then used a Taser on price before shooting him multiple times. On Monday, Officer Lucas was arrested and charged with murder. The law enforcement agency investigating prices killing released a statement saying that in a preliminary investigation They found Lucas's actions to be unreasonable. Joining me now to discuss this is Mark Haslett, news director for K E. T. R in Northeast Texas. Thanks for being here, Mark. Thank you. It's good to be with you, mark Beyond the basics of the events that led to Officer Lucas killing Jonathan Pryce. How much do we know about this shooting? We know very little. We know basic details. It happened Saturday night around 8 30 near the quick check Gas station Convenience store, which is right off the main intersection in Wolf City, which is a town of about 1500 residents. A man and a woman, and there were in some sort of argument. Perhaps there was a physical fight. We know that Jonathan Pryce attempted to intervene in the conflict. One officer responded to a report of the disturbance. And that officer taste and then shot Jonathan Pryce fatally. The Texas Rangers. The law enforcement agency investigating the case released a statement on Monday, saying their preliminary investigation determined that Officer Lucas's actions were quote. Not objectionable E reasonable. Do you know what they meant by that? I think they might have meant objectively reasonable, which is a legal phrase that you hear in discussions of qualified immunity. And in layman's terms, you're paraphrase earlier was correct. It seems that the Texas Rangers Preliminary investigation found that Officer Lucas his actions were unreasonable and that led to his arrest Monday night. He's charged with murder and is being held on a $1 million bond. There was a vigil held to honor Jonathan Pryce on Monday in Wolf City. I'm wondering if you could tell me what you heard from participants at that vigil. The main thing that I took from that vigil was an experience of the deep pain that people in Wolf City are feeling there was morning. You heard and saw evidence of people's suffering. There was some anger. But the main thing that I took away from that vigil was deep sorrow and bewilderment. Confusion. This. This is a small town where People, for the most part get along. This town has a good reputation regionally and people there are Crushed by these events. Mark. How are people reacting locally to the relative speed with which Officer Lucas was arrested? There is a sense of relief. Not satisfaction, though, because of course people know that this is just the first step in a very long process. People are hoping for justice to prevail in this case, not out of a desire for vindication, but simply to see justice served. But I will say that people are generally relieved and even though the attorney for the family is He has said that the arrest should have happened much sooner. Many people are pleased that the arrest was made about 48 hours after the incident. Mark. What are the racial demographics of Wolf City? And how does it tend to lean politically? It's mostly white African Americans are the largest ethnic minority in Wolf City. This is a very conservative part of Texas, typically in this region. Republicans win elections by about 3 to 1 margins. This is thief forthe U. S congressional district, which is the district that sent a current director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe. To Washington. The Democratic Party did not even field a candidate for Congress in the fourth Texas district in 2016 and 2014. So this is a very solidly Republican area. I will say that political differences did not seem to be relevant. In the reaction to this event. People who might disagree politically about number of topics including thie, black lives matter, Movement and Uh, the conversations about race and policing in this country this year, Uh, those differences were not apparent. The community was Pretty much unified in their support of Jonathan Pryce in his family. I have not heard or read anyone. Defending this officer's actions outside of the officer's attorney who released a statement yesterday. Have there been any other notable incidents of police brutality in Wolf City in recent years and did any of the demonstrations that took place this summer take place in northeast Texas against thes Broader issues of Of police brutality and a sort of racial justice uprising. There were no reported incidents of that sort of thing in Wolf City as Faras. What happens in this part of the state this region? I can't speak to that. Because I don't know. I only know what is reported. So what is reported might or may not correspond with reality. But as far as what's reported, uh, we don't have many reports of that sort of thing. In northeast Texas. It certainly doesn't mean that it doesn't happen. But for the most part, this is a very quiet part of the state. In just in our last 15 seconds. What happens next with Jonathan Price's case? Will be looking to see how swiftly the Texas Rangers in the Hunt County district attorney's office pursues this case, and we're looking to learn.
"jonathan price" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To kill them. FBI Director Chris Ray said Isis continues to try to recruit Americans today. The stimulus talks are back on again for now. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says they want a piecemeal approach to help the U. S economy recover from the damage caused by the pandemic. President Trump Tweeted yesterday there would be no stimulus until after the election, causing the stock markets to take. Meadow says they're about 10 areas where the two sides agree, and they're hoping they can pass targeted bills instead of a comprehensive one. In a few hours, Vice President Mike Pence and a Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, will square off in a debate. The 90 minute debate will happen at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and will be moderated. Bye, Yusa. Today, Susan Page at Harris Camp asked for Plexi Glass to be placed between the candidates. You could hear the debate tonight at eight. Here on news radio 1200 W. Away I and early morning murder on the Southeast side. That victim was shot in his own home while he was sleeping in his bed, a police spokesman says. When they arrived at the home just north of Brooke City base, they were met by family members. The father of the victim did here. Gunshots which led him to the victim. It's unclear who shot the victim or why investigators say there were no signs. The shooting was part of a break in at the attorney for the Wolf City police officer charged with murder claims The officer's actions were justified. The Texas Rangers have not released any details about 31 year old Jonathan Price's death this past Saturday outside a gas station and rule Hunt. County Price's family claimed he was trying to break up a fight between a couple officer Shawn Lucas, he responded attempted to detain price. Lucas's attorney claims Refused repeated instructions and physically resisted, and at one point attempted to take the Taser away from Officer Lucas Prices. Mother wants the death penalty. He didn't have the shooting. I.
"jonathan price" Discussed on KOMO
"Pacific or call 806 983517. That's 806 983517. President's Justice Department wants the death penalty reinstated against the surviving Boston Marathon bomber. The petition to the U. S. Supreme Court came less than three months after a federal appeals court ruled for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev finding the District court failed to account for pretrial publicity during jury selection. While any potential bias did not affect Tsarnaev's conviction, the appellate judges said it did require the death sentence to be thrown out. Federal prosecutors said the decision improperly vacated the capital sentences in one of the most important terrorism prosecutions in our nation's history. Aaron Carter Ski 80 seniors New York in Wolf City, Texas, north and east of Dallas. White police officers Shawn Lucas is charged with murder and the Saturday night killing of unarmed black man Jonathan Pryce. The Texas Rangers say Price was walking away from Lucas, who is investigating a disturbance at a convenience store when Lucas on the job less than six months, gunned him down prices. Mother Marcella Lewis gladly. This is in jail. It was something just came up lifted. Mae since I know that he's locked from my son's murder. And I got some sleep after that. Lucas jailed in lieu of $1 million bail in Atlanta authorities are offering a $10,000 reward in the search for the killer of actor Thomas Jefferson Bird. The 70 year old, who appeared in multiple Spike Lee movies, was found shot dead near his house before dawn on Saturday. This is ABC News, Coma News time 10 0 Foreign Cuomo traffic.
Dallas - Mother Of Jonathan Price After Arrest Of Wolfe City Officer: ‘He Took A Life, Take His Life — But The Right Way”
"The mother of the North Texas man shot to death by a police officer wants the death penalty and go and get what You know? Take his life. He took a life take his life. The way I see it, but the right way. Marcella Lewis says her baby was taken from her own Saturday when Jonathan Pryce was shot to death in Wolf City at the Texas Rangers have arrested Officer Shawn Lucas on murder accusations, saying he shot price for no reason. And the Rangers say price was not a threat. At the time. Lucas is being held on a million dollars bond. A hunt County grand jury will eventually decide charges. Wolf City's about an hour northeast of Dallas.
Dallas - Police Officer Shaun David Lucas Arrested, Charged With Murder In Connection To Jonathan Price Slaying
"On murder charges that after a fight broke out in front of a gas station last weekend, Witnesses say police opened fire on Jonathan Pryce, a black man who was trying to deescalate that situation. ABC is Marcus Moore has detailed price was a beloved pillar of the community who worked with and coast Children and had a personal training business. Let people aren't making it up. We're not playing a race card. There is more than than 100 100 people people showing showing up up toe toe honor honor Jonathan's Jonathan's life life outside outside the the gas gas station, station, where where he he was was killed, killed, locking locking hands hands and and wearing wearing masks masks residents residents along along the the Gulf Gulf Coast bracing for another major
Dallas - Police Officer Shaun David Lucas Arrested, Charged With Murder In Connection To Jonathan Price Slaying
"Police officer has been arrested and charged for the murder of a 31 year old man who family members say was trying to break up a fight between a couple Police officer Shawn Lucas attempted to detain Jonathan Pryce during the disturbance Saturday night. The Texas Rangers say price resisted in a non threatening posture. Officer Lucas deployed his Taser first at price, then his gun and shot him killing him. The family attorney, Lee Merritt, is demanding justice. You have to see a building burned to be upset. You're not upset because this community currently right now is being denied. Justice Officer Lucas is being held on a $1 million bond at the Hunt County Jail. A
"jonathan price" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"I'm Tasha peers and this is Sinister silhouette the last week after I completed my episode. I was telling you all that there will be nothing this week about law enforcement before I make good on that promise, which I won't I want to tell you what I want to read to you a post written by black man named Jonathan price with all the tension and as an animosity going on with race and the police all the time. I'm on the same fences Lil Wayne with him saying a white cop saved his life hasn't been too vocal based off experiences. I was raised by the Malones and wood roofs in my home town for a large amount of my youth was my second family then and still are in 2012's if I have anything to say the amount of food fair to me the money they spent on me outweighs any BS about race or color right now. I have family that's never done a dead. Thing for me or supported my business ventures and they're my blood. They will forever be a million in my book and they know who are. They're to blame for my Countryside and addiction a white women not complaining one bit. There were times. I should have been detained for speeding outstanding citations outdated registration dozing off at a red light before making it to my garage downtown Dallas after a long night out. I passed a sobriety test after leaving a bar in Wylie, Texas by two white cops and still let me drive to where I was headed. And by the way, they consider Wylie, Texas to be very racist. I've never got that kind of energy from the popo not saying black lives don't matter, but don't forget about your own or your experiences wage growth and waking up and that was his post and it's obvious that Jonathan had a different experience than a lot of black people and he was very calm down. Entry of the police and I won't say white people in general because I don't think white people in general are just afraid of us and I referring to Jonathan in the past wage..
"jonathan price" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"I'm Tasha peers and this is Sinister silhouette the last week after I completed my episode. I was telling you all that there will be nothing this week about law enforcement before I make good on that promise, which I won't I want to tell you what I want to read to you a post written by black man named Jonathan price with all the tension and as an animosity going on with race and the police all the time. I'm on the same fences Lil Wayne with him saying a white cop saved his life hasn't been too vocal based off experiences. I was raised by the Malones and wood roofs in my home town for a large amount of my youth was my second family then and still are in 2012's if I have anything to say the amount of food fair to me the money they spent on me outweighs any BS about race or color right now. I have family that's never done a dead. Thing for me or supported my business ventures and they're my blood. They will forever be a million in my book and they know who they are. They're to blame for my Countryside and addiction a white women not complaining one bit. There were times. I should have been detained for speeding outstanding citations outdated registration dozing off at a red light before making it to my garage downtown Dallas after a long night out. I passed a sobriety test after leaving a bar in Wylie, Texas by two white cops and still let me drive to where I was headed. And by the way, they consider Wylie, Texas to be very racist. I've never got that kind of energy from the popo not saying black lives don't matter, but don't forget about your own or your experiences wage growth and waking up and that was his post and it's obvious that Jonathan had a different experience than a lot of black people and he was very calm down. Entry of the police and I won't say white people in general because I don't think white people in general are just afraid of us and I referring to Jonathan in the past wage..
"jonathan price" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
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"jonathan price" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"In the tiny rural country town of Wolfe. City Texas. About an hour north of Dallas Jonathan Pryce. was seen as a hometown hero, a legend. He was a mentor, an advocate. He was seen as. An inspirational leader He was frequently a speaker at rallies at sporting events. He was a personal trainer. Employee under contract with Wolf City itself. And in a lot of ways. He was seeing. As. Forgive me for anybody who finds this offensive. In Wolfe City. Jonathan Pryce was seen. As the Black Man. That white people could trust. And I don't mean that as any insult. To Jonathan. To his family to his legacy. He existed in a lot of ways. As a bit of a bridge builder. Between White and black culture. and. There's a facebook post that Jonathan made. That's kind of gone viral in its own right and I even at several friends of mine send it to me today. Where Jonathan posted an and I appreciate his post I've had this conversation with other people before Jonathan posted on facebook. Many months ago at the height of the protest after the murders of George Floyd and Tomato Aubrey and Brianna Taylor. He said listen my experience. With police and with white. People. My experience has just been different. He went on to say. It appears if I'm understanding correctly that he was raised in great part by some white folk there in Wolfe city. And that police have always treated him with. Kindness and dignity and respect. Well now we know. Those same police. Shot, and killed Jonathan this weekend. I don't think the way I see people sharing it and I. I've seen several people sharing that post. As if him sang a few months ago. Hey experience has been different. As if that means he's any less deserving. Of our support. And I I just WANNA I wanNA stop there for and inspect that I'll circle back and talk about what we know about the case. So far of course we are hoping that there are. Videos or body camera footage or something cell phone footage. There were witnesses and I'll tell you what the witnesses will have said so far. But I I wanNA say something you know I spoke to my my dear friend brotherly mayor this morning, we are co founders together of the grassroots law project. He's the legal director there Leeann, I have now worked on. Hundreds of cases all over the country of police violence and racial injustice. And one of the principles that we have is we genuinely don't care. Who the person was, who was killed by police. If the day before they were killed by police. They were involved in. A whole long list of things that we don't like we disagree I don't care if they were Republicans. I. Don't care if they were supporters of Donald Trump and got killed by police. We don't care if they were white and got killed by police. We don't care if before they were killed by police they liked me call likely but that's irrelevant. We don't care if. They they had real problems like that's not what we're here to to judge. And we have to be careful. That we don't play. The same game that police often play where they basically set the bar so high. That, you have to be some measure of perfect victim. Because here's what we know. Even when you have literally the world's perfect childlike Tamir rice they don't care. They made to me out to be a monster. Even when you have a wonderful. Courageous righteous sister likes Sandra Bland. They don't care they'll demonize her to. This game. On a Yoyo. Yo, why are we? Why are we defending this person who was killed by police because did you see what? He say two years ago? So what? We defend people. Based on the injustice they experienced We can't be in the business of trying to lit a gate people's character and deciding whether or not. They have enough quality facebook post for us to fight them. This brother was murdered by the police period point blank dot com to me. The fact that he felt like, hey, everybody I just want to say this, but my experience with police has been different. The fact that he felt that way in still ended up getting killed by police to me makes his murder all the more tragic, not less but more. After the break I, want to tell you a little bit about what we know so far about.
"jonathan price" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It a money Monday coming up at eleven thirty Steve talks money but it's also a good time for a Monday morning a movie review some I would like to tell you that I checked out the two popes I went to bed wonderful hi I was looking for something to watch I remember that you had watched it Ryan I loved it yes I loved this movie I could see myself getting into it I started it when I had the flu in like twenty minutes and as I go that I I need something I can that's a bad time to watch that movie yeah search to joker which was you know about that was great but the the pope sent me a little bit worried the two popes that might feel live real slow I didn't think so did you I don't wanna grow by had was those flashback scenes that lasted I thought a little too long for my liking to where I completely forgot where the main actors Anthony Hopkins and price Jonathan price when they were what they were doing and I know they're having a conversation that it would flash back to scenes of pope Francis in his younger days those just lasted way too long I thought that was my only gripe I didn't feel that way at all I thought it was very on and you know it it it supported the story that they were trying to tell and I think it was necessary on I didn't really know what I was watching the if I'm being honest I was like okay am I watching it like a Vatican City version of the you know crown like if some of this real as some of its speculative and I think that is in fact what it what I think it was an imagined conversation friendship right it could have been it could have been we'll never know only god in the pope's will know what they were actually discussing behind those gilded gates of vantage I thought there were some very charming scenes there's some funny scenes between the pair I mean it was I thought I found it very enjoyable watching Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce see they're just too very stellar actors show off their abilities I want more more that I know that you know like this like I said the flashback scenes are just a little too lengthy for my liking okay it it reminded me of a couple things that I'd were in again only watch twenty minutes for first of all can we just give props to the Vatican for a hearing to the the smoke signal way of communicating if they've chosen a new pope I mean that's one of the coolest most laborious needlessly like the inefficient ways of telling the public if you decided but so cool they actually mean you look at our chimney and then smoke comes out I know they do that in the year two thousand it's funny because they could like put a flag out they could do anything a lot simpler and then they show you to which I thought was really interesting they show you how they make the smoke that color and it was like oh this is C. that I really enjoy it because I feel like it it's always been like this mysterious kind of yeah growing up you know whenever whenever this would happen yeah where is it coming from then you get to see the process of how the cardinals vote at the conclave I'll tell you this I was fortunate enough to go to the Vatican a few years ago as a part of the Twin Cities live trip I'm sorry I did not mean that not need got played up in Scotland place dropping now I've run through all my name's emplaced jot but I went to the Vatican and it was one of my favorite places one of my favorite experiences I've ever had I thought that place was unbelievably stunning here so stunning it was to the point where when you get into the Sistine chapel where they ask you to put your phones away that doesn't even register as the top artistic achievement of what you have walk through walking through the aisles that are so unbelievably remarkable and you turn left and you turn right and then there's these marble statues in the creations there is a there is a ceiling artwork in one of the halls of the Vatican that is one believe I mean it's just so it's just it and I'm not Catholic but I still you the the the art that is all right there is really really something well I think it was pope Francis Frankie sorry who said that that one particular room he said if I were pope I would come in here every day and it was the room like had curtains that were like painted on the walls what was that room I do not precisely recollect but it was fascinating seeing the historical context of it all of seeing two popes in the same room that you know that doesn't happen often fried and how the styles are different with well yeah it doesn't happen ever because no pope had re hire me for now with Benedict in Frank how other just totally different okay with you know Frank being the man of the people doesn't do any of the gadi stuff any of the the gold in the fanfare god G. O. D. G. O. D. I. D. stuff now G. A. U. tadi di I thought it was a W. Gordy and then Benedict he was all for that he's like give me the hat to the shoes off into it the red shoes and everything it it's just it almost like an unlikely year friendship because one is super progressive one is super conservative and I just really like the way they took the what do you call it artistic license to tell a very good store I loved it G. A. U. D. Y. spelling it like the Jersey girl in you would pronounce it glided like in this this is a whole way in the Vatican and this is something called the Galleria delle carte geographica mmhm it is one this this feeling lasts for like three hundred yards it's if you're just like oh my goodness just really really remarkable you know it's really fun about that trip to the Vatican if you've ever been on just like think of the best trip you've ever been on that trip it at the Vatican was followed up the next day we go we have an Italian dinner on the surface this street side cafe in Rome and then the next morning we get on a bus and they drive us to ship it to the Acura mmhm and you get on a cruise ship and you do a twelve day Mediterranean cruise with Twin Cities live yours so stinkin fun where do you want to go next card to hannya do you want to go to Florence do you want to go to it these up we're going everywhere you can survive in an alley in Florence I'll just talk like that yeah right bush got on in I'm doing an imitation of my ex mother.
"jonathan price" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"The wife glorious comedy make benefit for the people of Kazakhstan. No, it's this is Glenn Close on Jonathan price, and she is the wife of the loved writer, esteemed writer, and but he is very cold man, and it has a secret and she never gets line land and she never gets the the love that she deserves. She is the backbone of his career professionally, I'm personally, and so it's about her. Finally decided that straight. I'm gonna tell I'm not gonna take it anymore. Good. Excellent. I forgot the the writer of the wife. I think it's Meg, but forget Meg. The main. This is in. And so this is driven by powerhouse performance from Glenn Close. Apparently, Bryce also also good, but this is one might well be in contention for this year. I think it says an overview. They could be seventh, Oscar nomination. She's been nominated six times, but never quite. Got it. So this could be a Miller Oscar worthy thing. She's come close. Wow, four stars for the wife. So check it out this week. And as if this week's podcast join us next week for more familiar fund, we'll be joined by a double whammy of Darry to'real goodness. We'll be joined by Paul Greengrass director of twenty two July. That's how how's it to me. We will. You will have seen. Surprisingly, we owe if anyone from venom on the. Why this movie that we. Repeatedly over the last six to eight one absolately. Incredible. Yeah, that's incredible. Six hours before they open in fairness, they sometimes they sometimes do, but that's usually for plot reasons. Maybe. Plot. The plot was an attorney to be okay. Exactly. That could be the great. 'cause we, we said over and over all these people are signing for this film. It's mosses have some what possible reason. Many, many, many Hamilton of cash. What are they go paid in those random notes. Out now, it's too late. Michelle Williams goes to her her money cave, which I'm famous people have in their houses. They have money caves, and she goes right well, now films out time to spend some of my venom Dasche and she opened up the briefcase with the the, the one billion dollars. The golden lights hits her face do like him. Blinking breaking bad, where it's just on a pilot and they just lie back on it and do snow angels. Cash. Yeah, it's proposed. We're probably working Beverly Hills, right? You go into taken Beverly Hills and you're paying ten thousand dollars for something about belt and you just pull out the limo memoranda notes, Nico, that will be acceptable. There's certain parts of New York. I'm pretty sure where that would be legal. Tender. Yeah. Do you get the changing for Robert Lopez currency. Musical composers joke there. Fairly inside baseball. We're also going to be joined on the podcast by Damian Chazelle. So that's a lot of fun. Isn't it? Well, he go, well, the first one. On the focus. If I'm not. I must deduct one hundred points. Now we'll make it up of finals. Thing to do to award yourself points. This was the whole problem with the house system in Harry Potter. They lose a point here at a point there, but then the end of the series because I saved hogwash, it'd be like, puts the Griffin door. It does for the drummer as well. He puts the band is the house that supposed to have won the last minute. He was such a prison. I'm glad he's what. Yeah. Yeah, screw Dr. Every single listener under thirty five. Until it a spacious ikaes until we meet again next week goodbye from James Dyer, goodbye. Goodbye from Ben. Wish I hang on. I've got its from Ben traveler's checks, Travis. Doesn't know what those are. Slip. That's right that you keep in your fanny pack and it's goodbye from Helena. And as for me, I'm off to watch the trailer for creed to which we didn't talk about how we should have because I'm relooking for film. So I must break you. Yes, gave agree to thanks for listening ceilings week by.
"jonathan price" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"See if you have their name and cell phone number even if you're looking at a house on a Saturday morning who are you going gonna call on a Saturday morning. Well, you have the lone officer cell number. And let me tell you something. These loan offices live on their cell phone. They will respond to you. When you call them on their cell on their cellphone, even if they're in the shower two minutes later, they'll they'll see a call. That's missed. I know call you right back whether it's Saturday morning Sunday afternoon or Monday evening at eight o'clock at night that you're writing a contract you have their cell phone and their name give them a call. They're all in the office. They're eight hundred number again is three two one five five five five. Now for those of you who are not veterans. We talked about the FHA. The Federal Housing administration. The only difference between VA FHA on both of them. You can get the sell it to pay all of your closing costs and prepaids with FHA. Unlike VA, there's a small down payment the down payment is three and a half percent. So if you're buying a two hundred thousand dollar house three and a half percent is seven grand. That's the total money you need to buy that two hundred thousand dollar house, if you negotiated the seller to pay all of your closing costs and prepaids, and that's all you need is that seven grand. And if you only have four or five you can get a gift letter from mom dad, parents grandparents. Siblings aunt or uncle any blood, relative like that can give you a gift letter to show that you have enough money to buy that house under FHA. So I wanna talk more about the FHA. There's there's a renovation loan under FHA. That's a terrific program. When we come back from the break. I'll talk more about that. This is a good time to call the office and grab a loan officer at least get their name and and cell phone number eight hundred number again, three two one five five five five. We'll be right back. Look at a few movies to see what's worth your time and money, I can definitely recommend the wife. This is set during the eighties. And it's the story of a Nobel prize winner in literature played by Jonathan price, and whether or not he was the one who actually did the writing also starting Glenn Close. The film speaks of the rights of women back in that decade. Also recommend white boy, Rick Matthew mcconaughey is the father to rather rough kids, but the film concentrates with son who becomes a player in the Detroit drug trade at the same time. And if behind format based on a true story crazy rich, Asians is another one you could save comedy about an Asian man who takes his girlfriend Singapore to meet his family that introduction. Goes belly a film? You can skip is peppermint Jennifer Gardner, playing a woman who sees her husband and daughter murdered. And she begins a campaign of revenge. We've seen this all before. And finally this operation finale. With Ben Kingsley playing nothing. And the attempt to bring him Israel from Argentina where he's to have. You have a good time at movies. This is thought four talkradio six eighty w c b..
"jonathan price" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Close. In Christian Slater Don't me Much. More interesting It's been awhile since going close has, been in something hasn't it Oh yeah and she really. Gives a great performance in. This film she and Jonathan Pryce both they play husband and wife he's just been awarded the Nobel peace prize. For literature and they go to Stockholm to accept the. Prize together but you can tell that there's disquiet in her attitude she's really not, overly happy about what's happening and over the course of a movie you find out why there's a secret in their marriage that gradually comes, out under the prodding of an intrusive journalist played by Christian Slater. And by the end of the marriage is really in serious trouble, Glenn Close. Gives a. Remarkably controlled an effective performance as the? Wife Jonathan, prices very good is this author. Who's full of himself of course as he's receiving the Nobel prize this is a, classy movie when you get to, the big revelation, at the end you don't quite. Believe it frankly it seems implausible but the acting is, so good Along the way that you. Don't mind that this is a movie for adults and I think most you're more, mature viewers were really enjoy it, particularly watching close, and price have their scenes together All right thank you very much. Frank sweet tech you can see all of Frank's work at one guy's opinion dot com KLIF. News time seven twenty five an hour with another look at traffic, for your Friday morning driving pleasure here's Bill Jackson It's a big mess yet for thirty five in Dallas thirty finding northbound.
"jonathan price" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"Back, relax, and get ready for martinis. There is good man. Hey, we're back Jonathan prices. Somebody whose name I, I got to know from my obsessive listening to the original cast recording of miss Saigon. When I was a young child, he rejected the role of the engineer in that show. But since then I've gotten to know him through any number of famous film roles. He was terrific in this movie called Carrington, which is about a dying writer, and I realized that that sounds depressing and it was, but he was great in it. The movie tomorrow never dies is not a terribly great bond film, but he is a really great character in it. And then he's been in the pirates of the Carribean franchise. He was in Brazil. He was in Glengarry Glen Ross. Most notably in most recently, you probably saw him in game of thrones where he played the hyper religious high Sparrow. He's now a new movie called the wife with Glenn Close. He plays a Nobel prize winning author. And what's interesting about this movie is how it's focused on the perspective of his wife. Normally you'd expect something like this to be told about the author as he prepares for his big award, but. What's beautiful about this is it's really focuses on the sacrifices that his wife again played by Glenn Close has made over the years to help him attain this goal. And there are some kind of twists in the movie, which I don't dare spoil, but it's a surprisingly like plot heavy movie for being such a character study. And that's what I really liked about it. And I really liked the way that price was willing to play this man who sort of seems above it all an intellectual. And then when he's in the dirt with his wife, when they're having, you know, fights or discussions or even just like talking about what they're going to have for breakfast, you can sense all this water that's under their bridge. I think it's a really terrific little movie. I think he's terrific in it and we wanted to talk to him about some notable. I in his long long and storied career. So Jonathan prices up now. Jonathan, thank you for being here. My pleasure. So we're going to do something we call first, which is we're going to take you through some of the firsts in your lustrous career, and I just kind of want to start at the very beginning. Do you remember your first audition, even if it was like for playing the rabbit in some elementary school play? I didn't have to, but I was. Seven. I think it was of a six. Seven might have been a bit young and it was a school play, and it was cold ferry gold. And in my mother's house, I found the ticket Ferre go. She still had it, and I was playing an elf. My mother's made the costume instead of a shot silk half Greenhoff Brown with the fringe bottom. And I had a line that was come brothers for it. His code. And we had the rehearsal, and I said, come of this visit is code, which I thought was great method work at that age. And the teacher took the line away from me, gave it to somebody else. From that day to this, I've determined that no one will ever align away from me. When you were in that situation where you're like, I want to do more of this, or was it just, were you still too young to really have it more? I was I I was more angry. And also Melvin Evans was playing the king and I really wanted to play the king. Yeah, the kids what was headlight two candles of. Yeah, it's not hanging down. They nose and he had them. And how can you cost boy, even then you copy a king. He's snotty nose anyway. What was kind of the first time you were like? I want to do this for a living I well, that was a long time coming because all I was interested in at school was was aunt on. I left school at sixteen and went to school when I say two years, and then I went to teacher training college to teach us, then you had to do is subsidiary Kohl's, and I was told the easiest coast to require the least amount of work was the drama course on..
"jonathan price" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"These eloquent speeches about trees in and I would speed through the and I know you got to get to the next set off, right know. So. So he's like, what the hell was that? I didn't hear a word of that and let's let's slow it down. So it was just one of the more gentle wonderful experiences. And he was a situation where he would allow the camera to roll. We really didn't get in our vicinity and allowed a lot. A lot of things just happen organically, and that turned out to be just a phenomenal experience. And also a role that I had gotten or people wouldn't necessarily think of me as sort of this. Frustrated innocent father normally, or. Yeah, I was glad to be in something where I wasn't necessarily causing the damage. Yeah, this was something like the girl really loved her father, and he really loved her and it was okay. So and it was just heartbreaking when he died the way that he died. It was brutal. So I love getting that opportunity and then reading a script like the wife. This was another opportunity to kind of play a little bit of a shady character which I'm fine with. But you know, he had some edge but felt like his motivations were legitimate. And I also felt like he was trying to have this woman take responsibility and stand up for herself and come on couldn't possibly understand the concept of somebody not being comfortable in the spotlight. Yes, this character, Nathaniel bone. Whose name I love. Sometimes it's just about the name. That's a good stuff. It is definitely is helpful and building the foundation, you know. And I looked at this guy as he found a red flag in Joseph. Castleman. Jonathan prices characters cast. Yeah. And he's like a dog with a bomb. He doesn't wanna let it out. And maybe that's a little obvious, but hold onto it. Things that I think about and. Show. So yeah, getting out paternity and then getting up to to do the scenes that I have with Glenn was extraordinarily exciting. And I have always been a huge fan of hers and and look. I mean, this movie has I again, you don't know. We made it in Glasgow. We shot it in a few weeks. I had my parts in it. I didn't necessarily know what they were doing or even the flashback stuff. So. You know. So I did my part. I felt good, and I really enjoyed it and I love working with her. And then the other night I was in LA at the screening. And I mean, you could hear a pin drop in theater. I mean, it is. It is riveting. Absolutely movie. I was mesmerized by Glenn, their authentic raw real relationships and hurry, honest portrayal there are there are like, so Ming subtlety, and there's just so much reality in it. And you know, you're dealing with like ego and fame and all the bullshit of that. And then you close the door and you get to see what's going on behind the scenes and the reality of that stuff. I mean, the secrets and on my God. I. You know, those deals that you make when you're younger and relationship. And next thing you know, it's four years later and you're still in the situation. It's like forty years of resentment building. I mean, that's a lot to comprehend. And yeah, I mean, you you you, you make these choices, you make these sacrifices and then yet your end up looking back and it's like, whoa, what the hell I done. So there's so many things in this movie that that I just found I was, I don't remember breathing while I was watching it. Yeah, I remember taking a big breath at the end of it blow man that she's phenomenal. And so as Jonathan great and any stark, she does a mean there's there's Glenn Close's daughter playing a young and close. I did not even realize until you just told me though. That's amazing. Glencoe daughter playing her and they didn't. They didn't communicate much. You know, it's like she shot it in sequence. I've come to find out. They shot all those scenes first and then Glenn, but it..