19 Burst results for "Kalkin"
"kalkin" Discussed on Take It EV
"All under your ask you very kate with one of these that they be initially affected by the short as much as i would be because they've actually got out about chewing and stuff out patrons who something's now and learn about cheese but i think some of these weapons Do suffer in the fact that they just kim components they did. They can control how less components work. Yeah exactly but so. Let's go back because you you you raise a good point. The twelve old battery. That seems to be something that You know. I don't think anyone would expect. Ev still have a problem with exotic accelerate batteries. It's somehow this little pesky poetry killing a lot of issues including was going on with us. I think a lot of pictures designed for he's the way petra kalkin charge tonight and yes battery sitting in the in the big battery combat of your companies. Let's get crossed into a tough while patriot in any way and a long time. Just not the judge charging stock they expected to get and then designed to get and there are now twelve about choosing shipping battery. Something last twenty four be designed specifically for eight minutes yet question whether we need them all. Why can't we just have some sort of convert coming out with the big battery to actually do the lower voltage systems And that's the dasa cost. Is a costumes people that wanted to. Because it's an engineering moment you use got by you. Will patrick pundits think about if good. Won't these boxes everything you do exactly what you've always done. The osco ask myself questions did. And that's what issues is they. Don't get jarjis. Like was the do both nighter designed for that and it's not fail. All the biggest issue tends to be if if the trump his flat nothing works. Which is you end up dead calls. Who's gonna move. Everything lies on fox starts. Is indeed people miss kind of the point that the know even though you have the big buttery the big trees of by default and And the tow volt battery powers any sort of safety circuitry that monitors the big buttery. So it's like a chicken neck bank you kinda need this twelve. Oh battery to be able to take this and it doesn't seem interesting potential sanjiv capacities for that sucks pricey charter. You harassment from From the battery which would not take high-voltage into a bank of easing vouches into a whole in so conventional lead acid battery. She's to when also see some bitcoin ambitions of such batteries. That will help. You definitely need it. The different big issue..
"kalkin" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"He's overcome funny. It was okay. Now he's saying no the six ten you know. The pin mine is is great. Lady penny i out to through the christmas spirit. That's great. Thank you apology you. Oh hammer apologize. I want you to i want. Dan gets mad at me whatever. I do mcallister refreshing fad. And just so we're clear. This is not a kevin mcallister. That's like his neighbor. This kevin mcallister from home alone. Kevin mcallister home alone. Close your eyes and try to picture a young mccully kalkin. He's walking around his house. Sell you a chicago hot dog. He's walking around this house trying to find his family isn't it what's going on. I'm listening. this is before he go mom. Yeah where are you guys. It's just not anywhere in the ballpark. Gotta go back to. It's been a lot. Let's talk now. I'm paying too. We've had a lot of a lot of ships today. We're early yet. Six minutes but in this is officially been listening because that is at least thirteenth time. I've heard that impression. I'm low balling. Who made him disappear. I just don't know okay. That last line wasn't oh heck no let him off the hook like where he goes. I made my mom and dad. Not the line or is better. I made my his impression. Just now sounded more. Like your penny watts. But that's what i was trying to do.
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Are 'Overjoyed' by Birth of Son Dakota
"You see macaulay. Culkin had had his first kid with brenda song. I had no idea that he he and brinda song. Where a couple we'll either. I was surprised and shocked. And i was like okay brenda. She's got a thing for the other guy. She dated was miley cyrus brother. Who was in the band intro station. And he that is a weird looking scrawny white dude. I think that is the same guy that she was dating. But macaulay culkin. I mean if that doesn't make you feel old. I don't know what does he got it. He got well he is old though. He's he should already been having kids. How old is he. He's probably in his mid thirties late thirties. But i don't know you just picture kevin on the cover of home alone calculus forty forty Hooked up with london tipton. hope everybody just kind of lexus. He said he's forty and alexis. Because just wrap it up. Let's live for your forty two forty year old man. She's thirty three. He brinda songs thirty-three. He's forty you date a guy who was forty or thirty now. He's macaulay culkin colleague. Kalkin though
Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly
"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general
"kalkin" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja
"She shouldn't have visualization of having to perform. Sexually or it could be like you know what? It would feel delicious to have you like slide up behind me and cuddle and relax and kind of get into that really sensual warm loving state so that Yeah. I would love to go further I actually. It's GonNa feel great. If you turn this into a really crazy hot wonderful a roddick nights. Or maybe just both relaxed enough you kind of fall asleep each other's arms and and and because it's not outcome dependence. Whatever does happen is going to be perfect and wonderful. It can feel good. Yeah and there's none of that sitting there resenting there's none of the exiled like oh It can happen. Is She. Am I gonNA get. The Sex Flint. I do a lot of writing about finding happiness and one of the things that works against us in finding happiness is being fixated on I need this specifically so I can feel good and an example of that interconnection is I need to have sex with you. I need to have penis and vagina or else Kalkin mouth or something like that something specific. Is that I need to have my orgasm so I can feel good is longest we keep on thinking of that way rigidly defining this is the only way that I can be. Okay. We're really working against ourselves. We're saying I'm closing the door to everything else that could possibly make me feel okay that that's acceptable. It's gotTa be this the specific thing where. And what you're saying is reinforcing that message and that is saying open the door be receptive to a variety of things including stuff we might not even imagine. and. The snared specifically described that imagine in my mind that triggers off a scene of. In my seeking connection with you and saying I I would like to feel more connected with you. I'm opening a bid for connection and if you're receptive to that, you might not have sex with me on your mind. However, you're receptive to connection so we could cuddle up and. Providing, being honest ables program not trying to get her wet and get it turned on. So I can get Peterson John. Providing a being sincere about connection and allowing that evolve however does it might over the course of our connection evolve into into penis and vagina it might. And that's okay and it might not. and. That would hopefully be okay as well. If I'm not target fixated on, it's got to be the specific way. So, for example, he could evolve some wonderful caressing. It couldn't have all some kissing some some beautiful. sensually Roddick touch it might involve masturbation an orgasm or not but it it could end up feeling like you know I feel deeply connected with you i. feel close to you. I feel appreciated I feel loved even though we didn't do that outright sex thing even though I didn't have an orgasm feel loved I feel that connection. And the the really interesting thing about this is that when there is zero pressure zero, I mean zero pressure. And you're not in the mood. Of Women a woman take easier. And you're not in the mood and you're faced with a man's arousal. Physical arousal..
"kalkin" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast
"Watching this movie. But I liked her. You know what it was like. When she had the pink hair shoes cool, and when she had green hair shoes cool, but the whole town was. She had the blue hair like she reminded me of somebody that I. Really really really have a problem with. Well you just have you just have problems with people? Blue everybody in Florida. You. Looked into this. Is there anything with the haircut I? She says she does randomly, but from a story it's. We a random. A story symposium any. Age is about her depending on our hair color like anything. Anything she. She'd go back to get in when she's yeah. And when she goes blue, that's the first time he was like Oh my God. I can't trust her. She's finicky. Symbolism there with any part of the story in like. No no I haven't noticed it, but she's probably my least favorite character in the movie. She's advice. Basically a you've got such colorful characters around. Wallace is his Derek. Doll, every time. Every time there's a scene in their bed. You're like people are in there this time. And I. Just wanted to. You know what's funny. Is that so this is from two thousand ten. This was made. I didn't know who rehearsing was back then. And I forgot she was in this movie, and then all of a sudden I'm like I'm God these lurks Alma. Lower Captain Marvel. Really. Everybody in this movie went onto something. Well Yeah I mean. There's a lot of I mean a lot of them a little bit. Launching Pad Like Anna Kendrick and Karen Kalkin an Alison Pill I've been watching for ages since this movie at relaunched avid seated until captain, mark. But is it Scott at this totally weird dream? What is it other? Scott skips the dream time climbing not interested, but there was this girl girl. Was this an envy related dream that we don't use the in this house, so it wasn't her. It was somebody new. For that. Speaking of new release supposed to take your fake high school girlfriend to the library half hour ago. It's.
"kalkin" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
"So the invitation to the student is to sit with that. Breeds Mu Walk Moon nothing but move. That's there's a lot that can be said about that, but. In the context of that session a few days in. Know before there was any chance to have some expectation. I was sitting and Had the sense while. Sitting of I guess you could say an apparition a vision some this figure. White sort of figure appeared before me. And Even in that context and having actually been. away from the church, not out of rebellion just. Circumstances for some time. What what came to me in that moment of this? Facing this figure was That's Christ. Almost immediately. I heard the words. This is my body. Utterly transfixed. This is my body and after I don't know a few moments. I'm not sure how long. The thought came. That's blasphemy. This is my body. So immediately, it all went away. and Fairly soon. Yeah. Did you take that to mean? This! This of everything or it fell on me in the sense of this one sitting here, assure this everything, but really this one. This is my body. You know. What's happening right now? and. You know I wouldn't have separated. I wouldn't have said Oh. Until the thought that's blast with me when that came up, it's like Oh. This Valerie is the body of Christ like there's some equation there. You don't, but actually the experience was. Nothing, but this very body sitting there. Is The body of Christ. So! The bell rang in. We bowed and we. Stood in the clapper's sounded and we slowly started this. Walk Kalkin Hin. you know. The the ongoing silent walking meditation. and. Ever about forty people so is a big circle. This room and down at the end was this altar. Where there had been a long a photo, a picture in a frame of my teachers, teacher, Monaco and Roshii. and He's you know. Someone I've had such respect for I had read about him in the three pillars of Zen just the fact that he was my teachers teacher. Great respect. But in that face was just had been for me and inscrutable Japanese face. And where were walking and Kim Hin and In somehow walking past the alter. My I just happened to. Just, glance at the photo disc-, catch a glimpse of it. By chance. And sadly. This compassion was just pouring out of his face. Adan. The sense was I understood. I understood why. Not In some rational sense, but there was just. This understanding. And pretty soon we went back began the next head, and before long I happened to be tapped to go and see the teacher. and. Fortunately, there was a because it was a large session. There was a row of five mats in lying to see the teacher. And I'm just sitting there without. Really with this Moo what is Moo what is Moo? But all the while these tears kind of cunning, running down my cheeks. Quiet? And By the time I got to the Matt right outside the door in my lap was wet. But the last thought I had was I'll never get this. Did, what what is Moo? This question, this deepest question this sort of. Opening question. The fundamental matter. Where that came from now as a teacher, it's so common I hear over and over I'll never can't this. And there's something about that. Surrender That is. Part of the path. I went in and I sat down in front of my teacher in front of Ruben and. He said what's happening? I said nothing. And then. I suddenly recalled. And said well I was sitting in this figure appeared in heard these words and. Then I had this thought it all went away. I walked by the you know I just recounted, and as I did that, it opened up. This space that had. Just this vast space that opened up in a very intimate way, and he asked me at that moment. What is Moo? And.
"kalkin" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast
"Big giant cheese pizza with extra cheese. And then more extra cheese. And then more extra cheese. And then this last one. This last one was like a burger. The the Perry was damn near burnt to a crisp. And it was drenched in heart-stopping G. Thing man. To this. You know what I am I'm. Macaulay Kalkin in home alone. Man a lovely cheese pizza. Offer me. But okay before like here's what I here's what I don't get. You are someone who absolutely like holds in the highest regard, nineteen eighties wrestling okay. You have no issue with that. But Star Wars being cheesy. As an issue taking something that was not overly cheesy, in fact, took itself at least mostly seriously in my opinion, even though the idea of it was I will agree outlandish as a whole. But taking something that at least tried to treat itself, and those watching it at least seriously. And then just completely almost doing odal one eighty. You know what? It's not good enough. I I need to add more cheese. And then just a few years later. Adding another another chapter with even more cheese. And then giving the franchise to the kings of Cheese Disney. and. They'll just top it off with just pounds of cheese. It's worlds apart. From where we started Ev, you say oh man. Okay before I forget I. Do have to ask you one thing. You defend this last trilogy, or at least the talk, of force. Awakens So strongly and I will agree with you. I I may have been a little harsh. On Han when I first saw the movie. And I was comparing it to other roles that we've gotten from Harrison Ford. And in that vein, I looked at it, and I felt like he was phoning it in. I will say I was wrong and there were moments where his delivery of those lines. Were absolutely. So heartfelt that they made. You feel something good or bad, and like that's the thing right like. If you, WANNA see. Harrison Ford phoning.
"kalkin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"What's going on in your life? And how can we help you? That's what we ask each and every day. What can we help you with all you have to do is answer. Tom. I need this that and we talk about everything. Now, today's car day, we concentrate on cars that doesn't mean we only take cars now Jeff Vic is with us from Kim or transmission. Nick yahtzee from flexible of Colorado. And Alabama's with protocol to leave so out. Thank you for the pizza you bought. Let's talk about your problems questions and complaints. For example. Ron said his turbo went out now. He believes somebody owes them something. And we don't believe that he thinks because they were screwing around with his engine with oil changes and put in diesel oil instead. That it blew his turbo that doesn't make sense. It's going to lubricate the car. What exactly is diesel oil anyway. I've never heard of a higher weight to begin with a fifteen forty instead of, you know, like a five thirty or something to that effect. There's a lot more detergents in there and a lot of stuff that for diesel engines need in order for, for the location. Okay if you put that heavier oil in Jeddah. Is it going to starve the turbo? Nope. Definitely, not if anything that might actually prefer it might cool down a little bit now. Go ahead and make your case. Ron, why do you think now I remember you have one hundred eighteen thousand miles on this, how long do turbos usually go depend on the driver? You know, to people pull off the highway, they would pull into the drive. They get out of the car. They leave this car last year. He didn't put that many miles. You don't know how it was driven before that. So what do you think Ron, why do you think they they somehow? Oh, you a turbo. They sold it to you. You're not saying because they sold it to you. You're saying because when they serviced it, they didn't do it correctly. Yes this because of the trouble that I had with you all. And I'm not a mechanic known anything about you and turbo. But disliked to Sam first off, I have cancer COPD and I'm homeless living in my car. So it's very important to me. Well. Now that, that, you know, we wanna help you obviously, but you need to know this, that, that doesn't have much to do that doesn't have much do with this, except that you are really hurting, and you need help, and I get it. I get it. Exactly. And also, I'd like to say I got my car. The first one was at Moroni VW dealership and they told me five thousand and eighty five dollars. Problem in my parallel. The second one was that German mode. They told me it would cost me two hundred twenty five dollars to replace a year's me. I'm not sure if I got the letters write joint or CBI something joint. All right. Let's just get to all the counts. Now is how much is it going to cost to fix your turbo? Yeah. So I went back to. VW dealership how much they put the Begay me one hundred thirty dollars credit for doing the experience Becton. They put the part in the German motorsports ways said that it needed, and I build it for a day. And the engine light came back on, it's still not running correctly. So evidently, it wasn't the part that the German motor sports said it was. So I've got the. The part that they said it was put in, and now the engine light came on again. And, and, and the Toyota dealership is giving me four spark plugs and new air filters for the mistake they made on Monday. I have to bring it in for that to save me money in order to, because they couldn't pay for. The Bill at Maroney. They're going to give me plugs and new air builders Burr free. And what do you guys think what they're trying to be nice to him? But what he, I don't think they're responsible. You didn't how much is that going to cost? Honestly, I mean, I was having a hard time following some of this, he's not be, here's why I let them ramble because I thought he would say something, he's not saying what he's basically saying is he's hard up. That's what he's saying, and he doesn't want to pay for this because he's hard up. It's not their fault. It's not anyone's fault. It's an used car that don't have the money to pay for it. I get it. I get it. I get it. And I know your heart up here now you said, you have you have some conditions. Are you on disability? Yes, sir. I'm on eight hundred seventy seven dollars a month. Okay. And what are you a veteran? Did you say? I don't care about your father. Exempt for Vietnam. So no, sir. Okay. So you're just disabled, not just I mean, you're disabled okay, so you need help. And where's your family? I'm from Florida virgin. We come here, my family's dead. Why did you come here? You're all alone. I came here to make money barring farming wine color. Marijuana. Dr chancer. Yes. Sir found out. I got cancer and COPD. That's terrible. What kind of cancer, do you have Ron? I have rectal cancer, and it's very year. But thank God, I, I've got twenty three polyps and you, you have Medicaid. I changed blue because there's more benefits. So, which means I may have to change my doctors. But I think my same cancer doctors on this new policy. K so listen, man. I don't know what we can do to help you, but we're going to look into it. You need you live in your you live in your car. Yes, sir. Hey, dan. Can you take some basic information? And then let's check out a story. Let's try to give them some help. He doesn't sound like a scammer to me. Ron, we're going to take your information. Okay, man. Thank you. We'll try to help you any way, we can. What what's your future? What are you going to be doing man? I mean you're do you want to go back to Florida? Right now. I'm here because of finances bird. Our drive to continue with my dream farming. But what do you mean by farming? Owning a place. Yes, sir are going to buy some land one hundred dollars down one hundred thirty month at my new vehicle. Where did you hear where did you hear about land one hundred dollars down? It's three hours south that's in the thrifty nickel paper, there's add. Well, don't get ripped I need to look at that. Now what did you find that in Florida and came out here for that? No, sir. I have friends that moved out here that opened a business in Colorado. Then it came out here for an interview, and they didn't hire me because I got sick will they hire you now. Oil today. Care, my problem. So they run a do. They run a dispensary. Yes, sir. Okay. Has CBD helped you. I thought it did. Because it's from my jimmer from fifteen centimeters down three centimeters before they removed it and along with the chemo and radiation. So I'm not quite sure, which are you off of chemo and radiation right now? On is something for my COPD. Inhaler. Okay halt. Why don't you hold on, Dan? Get your vitals. Okay. We'll try to help. If anyone ever feels moved to help let us know one thing, I will promise you, we never, ever ever waste money. Well, I shouldn't say every once in a while we make mistake, but we do checks on people and we never take a dime. Never take a dime. We never take a processing or administration fee and all money goes to its intended purpose. And we're not a charity, so you don't get to write it off. If you're a business, and you want to call up and donate, you can call it promotions and people have written at office advertising. So that's what we do. That's what we do now. Kevin Kalkin uncle Kevin. He's on to talk about this other thing. Now this guy did not call the complain. He said he's used Sheridan for years, and he just has questions about some recent service, and he didn't tell us who it was until I. I got it out of him. And he said, oh, I said, oh, we'll just call. 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"kalkin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"And then out west just north of sixth avenue between Kipling and SIMS next to Woodley. Okay. So it's car day today. Kevin Kalkin shared it auto tech, affectionately, call him uncle Kevin people laugh at it. But I just because of the as my one per customer. Okay. I'm not a customer told me he's big and cuddly. So that's why. And she said I can trust him. And then Mark was just talking about taking his car to him. And he has that trust factor. Honesty integrity, and he does something he suggests repairs that should that you are good idea. And then some that have to be done so he doesn't like hard sell you. He say this one might last or might not. So he has recommended repairs. And then what he considers riccar required repairs, and then we have Nick yahtzee flexed in Colorado. He just fixed a car for me. I'm gonna let you in on a secret. I dunno listening anybody listen. I rented a car once. So did Mark, I'm not the only one and there was a tie. Hiney Dinger to know in, I think, marks got into HALE, and he took it over to Nick because he would add to pay thousands, Nick fixed up. I had a little tiny thing, and I said. The real story, though with the kids. The kids that came to the door and said. Do you own that car? I says, well, I'm renting it and he said, we accidentally we're playing we were playing around in accidents. Hit it. Now they had to knock on doors. Find out who had that car because it was down the street. And I said, did anyone see you do it? No, how old are these ten twelve and in between there and I said boys, I'm very proud of you. I mean, why did you do it and the one kid said because it's the right thing to do man. You know how do you get mad at a kid? I wanted to say her, so I go out there and look at it, boom. Sony, Nick, he fixes me up. He fixes me up and fixes it. What twenty minutes, I you know, so things like that. People are listening right now. They have new car and they have apart and letting how much a ding like that the quarter-sized sixty to one hundred dollars. Think about that folks, and your cars like new he doesn't report Carfax. Now today. I want to talk about that and go to go right to the phones. But here's what I wanted to talk about. You do not have to report to Carfax. People say, oh, all you have to deterrence companies have to Carfax is not an official agency, like like the Better Business Bureau is not an official agency now Carfax has way more credibility. They go out. Then the better business rub that Carfax goes out and gets information, but you don't have to report it. So if Nick does repairs on your are he doesn't report it? Never you can report it. But you don't have to. Okay. I think in some cases it can hurt. You Mark had an accident once had the car completely fixed perfectly and they listed as major damage, why don't they put the part where it was fixed. Kevin you report because a lot of people want they can opt in enough out, but it's a good history method, I know someone asked you not to under your agreement. Now, once you, do you have an agreement with Carfax or not. Yeah. And we cannot dinner out. It's for each car. Okay. And why would someone not want it? Some people are just information phobia they didn't want. Okay. Now, let's talk. All right. Glenn, we just saved to home this morning for an elderly woman, eighty-five. This is what the troubleshooter shows about Glen talking about concrete. What's what's going on? Glenn. Well our contract with this construction company get built construction LLC get it built. It's called. Okay. I like it. Yeah, I liked the name. I mean, and the Cody is the person that owns this company, and he also works with a different name to as a classic Crete creations. Now, does he own both? Yes. Okay. Yeah. I called him under classic creek creations. But the contract we signed with get it built construction and his name is Cody. Yeah. Cody March, March banks, March banks, okay? So now what's happening? The problem part well, we, we, we sat down and talk with the guy and we showed him on a brochure what we wanted. He actually had the brochure. And we says we want this, right. Yeah, it was kind of a was stamped. Yes. It was a stamp walnut colored. Now, did you put that in the conch contract? No. But that's what he said, he does science San. But what does the contract say you signed for I'm just curious, okay? The contract that we signed said that it was trailed overlay trailed. Hold on, bro. Hold on. This is really serious. You pick the stamp, but on the contract. It says trout. Correct. Okay. Keep going. I don't know the difference. You know, I mean I'm not a concrete guy. So anyway, he said that he could do this, that I got you keep going. What happened? Did you end up getting traveled? Well, no. But in the contract that states that he will provide to sample boards for our approval. So we, we, we said, okay date, and he came back with these to stamp with these two samples. And they were nothing. Like what the brochure looked like? I mean you know there were nice looking, but are they stamped? No, it was a crowd. The difference. It was a trowel trial for those listening is a hand tool that makes swirls or straight lines. It's like if you picture a trout finish on stucco where you see the swirl that's a, that's a trowel, a stamp looks like fake grout, lines and individual stones or brick and it's stamped to look like that. Okay. So keep going. So anyway, I told him at that time. Yeah. When we signed the contract, I gave him. So wait. You, you sign the contract gave him money saw the samples rejected the samples. Right. So I gave him one last chance, I says, if you can't make a sample board that looks like just a brochure, then I want my money back. And so he says, okay. And so he comes back with a Meanwhile I told him that what I discovered that by looking at her front entryway, that I says, I called him that MRs Cody all this is stamped. It's not traveled. This is all I need is a stamp concrete, and he says, oh, okay. Well, I have to go and Doug a, let's do this. Okay because I don't want to hear this misery, as far as each step. What finally happened? The last step did you cancel. Or did he go through with it? That's, that's one or the other. Did he cancel? Or did he go through with it? No, we can't because he couldn't provide you with a sample to approve correct? So therefore key owes you whatever you put down. I would think so. And you shouldn't have put anything down. So how much did you put down ten thousand dollars? And what did he do it now he can't get it back? Not answering the phone, of course. And it's I hate giving you bad news. It's very unlikely. You're going to get it. If he's if he's a bum. It's unlikely he probably spent it. Yeah, my guess too. That's why tell people don't put money down. And if you must put money down there are specific ways to do it. Or you know there most of the time, I don't like any money down until the job is started. And you've approved all that, then you say, okay, let's sign you get the samples before the contract, not after his contracts is that I know. But you say no, I want it before you know, you're in control here. You're the customer. So here's what I want to know. Where do we go now? He's not answering his phone. You can't get a hold of him. And this is Cody March banks took ten grand. And he's a possible sleeves brigade. Member cue have a phone number for them. Yes, I do. Hold on. Let's try to get a hold of them. So zan. Let's call privately before we go to war and see what's going on three three seven one three talk. Everyday TD IT's, thirty five thousand heroes. 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"kalkin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Life of people that rip you off miserable. I love that part of the show. I honestly do we've got some really good ups today. We're gonna get onto we had a lady call up. Listen to this one guys. In fact, in-studio me introduce these guys real quick, Mark Mateus key budget, a one auto repair or transmission in auto repair. What's up, Mark? Mark, right. Good could be here. Good. Good. Good. The weather's turn and Kevin Kalkin Sheridan auto tech. Welcome to the show. And then rob night premium auto glass, Robin, the guys come in generally about every six months or so we try to get him into really good guys numerous glass places for automotive glass around even in Colorado Springs. Right. That's it. We are stored in their recover Pueblo and canyon city. Oh, I didn't know you went that far. So you've got pueblos Kansas City, and you guys are mobile, and you have shops, absolutely. I five shops and probably ninety percent mobile. We've used them. We used your one on what is it Parker road and something Jordan their Mark on Georgia. We made an appointment went really quick showed up your price was better than anybody out there and great. I mean, I can't say much more about it. I always think glasses glasses glasses Ernie truth to that. Or no, it's a guy. That's tuffy. You got a half an hour. So we won't even go there three. Oh, three seven one three eight two five five. I promise. I promise. What we'll do. It is let you know when a line drops off. Listen, we have got a crazy one. We're going to get her back on at some point. It's very interesting. She called up I'd feel if this was me or someone I knew I'd be so upset she won a scratch a scratch ticket two thousand bucks. I didn't know this. But anything over five hundred you gotta bring down to the lottery office, and they do it there. She hands it to them. They say, oh too bad. So sad you owe the state of Colorado. Money. So guess what? We're not going to give you this will apply to what you owe Colorado. She calls and says, I don't know Colorado anything so we're going to do an update on that. When she calls in. We might be making her life a little brighter over the weekend three zero three seven one three eight to five five the other one. We have we have a woman that called in. I think her name was Susan do have all that paperwork for you. I'm gonna need that. But Susan called in and has an issue with a roofer, and we put our top sleuth on that. And we got some answers air. We're going to try to get her up and make her weekend a little better. Yeah..
"kalkin" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I just got so excited that like they said fourteen nine I rang my my car through and I and I had like seven sandwiches and bags of chips and Pepsi's mountain dews like fourteen. What was I going say fourteen ninety? Sure, no, it's a great lesson for your son, and his friends, I not only took it and left. I didn't bring it to their attention to the front desk. I actually bragged about I gathered his friends around. I'm like I had them all like a little game show. How much do you think? All this stuff cost. What's the name of the sandwich? Shop. The I already give that up. Do you want me to do that? Should you go back? And maybe I don't know who's listening you feel guilty all the time. I do feel guilty. You do that one particular instance, for some reason, I just I was like, wow, this is some deal petty theft. Not so much. I have I have a relative who goes to goodwill and in and she doesn't believe in paying full price because it's goodwill. So she'll just take stuff. Because it's goodwill a free will. It is pretty well. Good. Well, she go both ways. Yeah. And she doesn't think that they should be charging the prices. They do it goodwill. And and I go, but they're not those aren't, you know, steep price, everyone in the family know this. Yeah. Everyone in American. Yeah. They do you don't know who the relative straight out stealing or the negotiation of just taking just take your walking out with you. Goodwill. Yes. No offensive like what? Now, let's say, okay. This day in sports history. Paulie, what do you have for me? I still working on that petty theft again not nine hundred thirty nine Lou Gehrig's at the major league baseball record. We played his two thousand one hundred thirtieth game. Wait wasn't it yesterday? When he retired yet that was the nineteen. Wait. I thought that yesterday was the anniversary of him retiring. I don't know what year. Lou Gehrig's almost always in. This day is him and Michael Jordan nine hundred seventy Diane Crump became the first female jockey to ride in the Kentucky Derby, nineteen Eighty-eight. I didn't remember this, Dan. Cincinnati Reds Pete Rose nineteen Eighty-eight we suspended for thirty games or pushing an empire. Yeah. I don't remember that at all for some reason, I thought it was Dave Pallone. If that sounds right. But yet Pete gut suspended for thirty games for pushing an empire two thousand nine th of Dallas Cowboys practice bubble collapsed during a storm during practice twenty-seven players. We're working out. Couple of guys got his seriously. Yeah. Twelve people were injured in that. Diane Crump wasn't that John candy's characters name in our movie called the crumps. Was it the crumps with with John candy? At least I thought it was. What was the what was Lewis, Harry crumb? Oh chrome there. Okay. Harry chrome. I like John candy. Yeah. He knows who he was. He was really good and wasn't MacAulay Kalkin in one of those movies with him a whole lot now. Hold on balk uncle buck. I thought is it's still funny. Okay. Bucks. Great uncle buck, isn't MacAulay Culkin and that little girl who's still an actor. Now. She was in girls and stuff like that. She's hilarious. Dan. What the hell's the name of that girl is she married to the president of ESPN. Oh, so she was older. Like, that's like the teenage. Yeah. The teenager guess maybe I think I know you're talking about. Yeah. I think that she might be married to the president of ESPN Andrew who's like the crazy sister in girls. Yeah. It's like Chomsky. Maybe some like that. I'm looking at right now. There's no no China's on veep, the older sister, Jean Louisa Kelly Gaby Hoffmann Gaby Hoffmann that was younger all know. Gaby Hoffmann was in wasn't. She ends parent. Wasn't. She the little girl with meal training in making. Yes, yes. She was in field of dreams as she's a girl and uncle buck to. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Po- Jean Louisa Kelly the older daughter in uncle buck is currently married to the head of ESPN..
"kalkin" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Loud music, and it with injuries for at least one man based on video taken by bystanders and from body cams. Albany police officer Luke dear charged with assault official misconduct through a collaborative investigation between the DA's office and the Albany police department. It was determined to not only had officer dear violated departmental policies. He had also committed criminal acts is well felony complaint against. Officer. Dear says he used his baton demand in the face and head that caused bleeding and bruising Cheever Kalkin says two other officers suspended without pay charges against three residents who've been arrested during the incident have been dismissed Republicans plan to overhaul ObamaCare on hold. Fox's Jared Halpern has more from Capitol Hill. The Republican led Senate won't be taking another shot at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act this year or next and there's no point in pushing the panic button the court system takes a long time to resolve these issues. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says he told President Trump the Senate wouldn't take up a comprehensive measure before the twenty twenty elections. The president told reporters. No, I wanted to delay. It myself I wanna put it after the election because we don't have the house. The president says he'll present a healthcare plan to voters is a campaign issue on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News of a surprise here. Susan Fogarty was hired a year and a half ago is executive director who is expected to lead the palace theater through a major renovation and. Expansion that will cost millions of dollars is resigning. Fogarty will step down some time this summer, she will help in the search process, I successor balanced theater. Finished the past season with reported record revenue and attendance Fogarty says she's resigning to take a job with a local company that is not in the entertainment business Fogarty's start at the Clinton avenue venue got off to a rough start her predecessor, Holly, Brandon. No knowledge at Fogarty was being hired even some board members were unaware that she was being hired WGN news time five thirty four. Our next update at six I'm Jim gag Liatti. More Sean Hannity in less than three minutes, a NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y capital regions, breaking news, traffic, and weather station. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of America. The.
"kalkin" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Like me. Wow. Okay. So none of us really know are they telling the truth or not? No, right. No. But I get where he's coming from. And I think that's believable. Okay. Yeah. Again, I'll say it again, we don't know. But we do know that Michael Jackson did spend a huge amount of time with these kids. Yes. And they slept in the same bed together. Yes. And Michael said that it should be normal. Yes. The world needs more love. Yes. No, that's ignorant. No, it's weird. Come on the part man weird. Yes. He was weird. But the one person I always thought that could change the dynamic of the whole thing was MacAulay Kalkin. Because he spent a lot of time there. Yes. And he has always maintained instead fastly. So that there was nothing inappropriate that ever took place. You don't want. I don't know the that whole story with those two did he sleep in the same bed too? I don't know if he slept in the same better now. But he spent a lotta time at Neverland. Yes. But was he groomed in the same way as I I don't know the answer to that. Or would his parents allow him to spend the night? I don't know. Those are the questions I don't know to that end of the story. And there was talk psychologically, Michael Jackson, never had a childhood. Therefore, you know, I mean. But the question is are these guys tell them the truth? I don't know. I mean, it sounds legit. I mean, but jeez. When money's involved, I just dis. So you're saying if it was like, I don't we don't want anything. I just want to know what he what he was. And. Abuse group. Yes, fine. Okay. I got no problem then. Okay. But if the money's coming to me and the person, I'm I'm accusing of is dead and cannot defend themselves. Well. His not his word against ours. It's our word now, that's all I know. And they may be totally telling truth. I don't know. I just think about the defense when he was alive. That's. Great defense. Pretty well. By the way, that.
"kalkin" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum getting over a little sinus thing going on rob. But my voice is a little deeper. You notice that? Yeah. It sounds nice. Like Sam Elliott. Thank your up. You never compliment sound like samoyed. You know Sam Elliott was. Yeah. He's on the ranch with ex he is on the ranch, she tax. But I was thinking more like that's the that's the version of Sam Elliott. You're talking about dude on talking about big lebowski, the do or couture's. The banquet beer, right? Yeah. I I'm excited about this podcast. Like, I always about podcasts that are actually good. But this one's special. This is someone who's been in the I don't know in the news in pop culture for what how many years furred like twenty five thirty years thirty years. This is I mean, you know, from home alone, you know, I'm from what's the movie with the fat guy? John malone. Do not home alone too. But he was also an uncle lot uncle buck, which he's got a fascinating story. Macaulay Kalkin his on the shell. We talk about even Michael Jackson was a little bit nervous at the end. But I was like, hey, I gotta ask you this. And he was very forthcoming one of the nicest guys ever, he just shows you how you know, you can't survive after being a child star. These sort of seems happy to me seems like he's I liked this guy. I mean, we went to camp together. We talk about this the camp that we went together. Macaulay Culkin is our guest when he have a listen most get inside mccully. It's my. You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rose. Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. How do you feel about listening yourself? I'm good with it. You like it. Yeah. I mean, do you sit your voice, not really? We'll say it's kind of in the middle. I'm not not a fan. But it's not like, I don't like I don't need the sound of my own voice. Like, I'm no one I'm like lined with sound of their own voice. It's that kind of thing where it for yourself fellows. Yeah. It was the kind of thing where it's like you hear yourself an old answering machine or something like that or voicemail, and you go I don't sound that way. Yeah. Yeah. So listening to myself on my podcast. I'm I guess. Yeah. I guess I guess it sound that way voice over work. Not in a while when I was kid I used to look a lot more animated. Yeah. Animated stuff. I had my own Saturday morning television show. What was that called? It was called a wish kid we did one season of it Saturday morning. But also this is the early nineties. So it's like Rosie o'donald header own one new John candy life with Louie member. Louis Anderson bobby's world that was a Howie Mandel. So again, so I I was you had your own. I had my own. Yeah. Wish kid wish kid. I had a magic baseball glove that grant wishes that sounds kind of fun wanted that work. How how did it work? How why didn't didn't it work? Oh, because because because I mean, it was it was a cheap nineties s cartoon thing. They also put us up against the ninja turtles, which is a great idea. Like, you know, but yeah, a lot of robot chicken's because your friends will. I actually just emailed them and said, hey, man, I was watching robot chicken man's. I'd like to do a line or something on that show. Somebody have you not done it yet. That's what he said. He goes you haven't done it yet. No seems like it's in your real house kind of thing that. Yeah. Shit. Like, you know, pop culture. I don't do it as much as I'd like. And that's what he always says in general. He goes. Yeah. Everybody always says, why would you had me on in a while kind of thing? So, but he hasn't done it in the last two years, but I used to always do the New York comic con panels like for that even though I wouldn't be on at all that season. Like, I'm just I'm just there randomly it was like my Raynham one year. Like every every once a you could see MacAulay Culkin live, they go I'd show up. And I always say before I go, don't worry..
"kalkin" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"That's three three three eight six fifty nine nineteen art of granite dot net. I've known him for many years, and we have so many great reviews. If you want a beautiful kitchen, he's a direct. In porter. Give them a call three zero three three eight six fifty nine nine thousand nine that's three eight six fifty nine nineteen. All right. So let's talk to Brent again small claims court is what I would do. That's all you're going to have to and and that's only seventy five hundred dollars. Okay. Because according to everyone we're talking to once that was contaminated. It's just it's just a time bomb you now, you may want to be nice and just ask will you do anything for me will do anything for you? Maybe they will. Brent? Yeah. I guess can't hurt. Okay. You haven't talked to them yet. Right. No. I haven't because I kinda figured what you pretty much that I didn't have much recourse other than I started thinking back like we'll maybe they try to hide it. You know? Okay. Type of thing what I want. You to do is call them and say, look, I'm really screwed here. And there's a new radiator, and they're so obviously someone knew about it. I wouldn't do accusations. And I also would Honey over, and I wouldn't do like, you know, like, you have a case just try it and call us back. That's all I can tell you man, they have a service department. Maybe they'll help them out. Maybe they will Tony what's going on with your oh, one Nissan Sentra with ninety thousand miles not bad for a nineteen year old car. What's going on? Hey well. It's my wife's car. I guess. My question is is it worth. And do you guys like somebody for looking at over? It was in the shop yesterday. And they're basically saying that got a lot of rust from the MAG chloride and. The check engine light is on which they think is the catalytic converter, which they referred to is that's pretty much the death knell for the car. And I'm thinking why is it the death knell more life in it? Hey, hey, I got a first of all why did they say the death knell for the car? I have no idea. It's so expensive. Pardon expensive because it's expensive guys. What would a cat now stone Nissan Sentra catalytic converters re-something favors three four hundred dollars. I'm thinking, but just MAG chloride causes Rusk at this car. Get a is that true. Matt chlorides, not like the salt, they use back east it, it's it's very water soluble, and and it doesn't usually linger. That's why they use it. But I don't wanna get into that discussion as much as this only ninety thousand miles is that mechanically sound. Well, that's that's the thing. I think it fundamentally is and it would seem to me that a car like that with good maintenance should have a lot of life where where where are you located north sender? Just getting worse. Look at it. Yeah. Could do like a pre by. Norris at SOS inspections or bring it by one of these shops. You got budget auto repair on south budget. One transmission and auto repair on south Santa pages, south Dartmouth then you have Kevin Kalkin with two locations, and that's Sheridan auto tech. And once in Aurora at what second and sixth in Colfax in Watson, lake recall, facts and wads second and Havana, Tony I'll tell you something else. What then look at it free. I mean, they're not gonna tear into it. But they'll look at it and give you an idea go, you will check it out and help you and your family, Tony if you wanna give Scott a coffee shop will do it for free. We'll spend an hour hour and a half. And we'll check it for free and confirm or not confirm whatever it needs. Yeah. Okay. You can't be okay. Now, we got pictures of those boots. The woman said she had her brand new boots brand new. She had them stretched, and it somehow Rune the leather. I don't know how that could happen. But let's look at these boots. And first of all, they don't look ruin to me. So I don't even understand what we're looking at. Yeah. That's the problem, man. I can't tell they look like boots. No, I I can see on this picture here. It looks a little strange. It looks a little warped leather more. What do you mean right here? I don't know if we're looking at the same picture that looks a little stroke K. Well, we're getting it online. We're live on YouTube live on Facebook. What do you mean like to buy shoes at Nordstrom? No what for you mean? Like warped like the way they're shaped strips there. If it does look a little manipulated. I don't know. Let me ask her. Sharon were you saying they're warped? Like the way they're shaped. I mean are they miss shaped? Yeah. They're shape there. They have a lot of creases and that make them look like they're very warring. I don't see decreases. But maybe. Yeah. Where is all stretched out the last pitch? Right. That was a brand new pair. Okay. Good. Good. Good. I'm going to look at those. Oh, I see. Okay. And how old are these shoes? Nebr- and new I see what she's saying now. Okay. Which which ones are the new you can tell the brand new ones because they don't have any of this. Look the wave. That's got the wave keep going the letters all broken badge easy to say. That's the new one. It doesn't look bad though. That's the older new keep those are all keep going go to the Zoe three of them. Keep going those are the brand. I see what she's saying. The only problem is that what are they supposed to look like after they get stretched. They're gonna look different. First of all, how do they fit? They a, you know, a little funky because part of our overstretch like the white part on the footage something if you brought them back without mentioning the stretching just brought him back. What would happen? If you just said, you know, what I decided I want another color or you don't want them mean where. Where'd you buy Macy's? They'll take him back, right? They will they will take them about. They don't ask. Well, how old is it? I don't know what Macy's returned their brand new when when did you get him? I bought them in December come on. Everyone returns, they were you don't even say anything. I don't think they'll matter. You know, you'd be shocked at how people. Yeah. Just return stop. That's that's the easiest course. This guy's not gonna find out horrible. But what do you mean the floor? I wouldn't return. The retailer. Okay. Then don't I I know what to tell Sharon. But I can't I honest to God. I can't fight for this. Because I don't think I don't think it's worth it. Okay. Because they will take them back. And by the way, when you say fair to the retailer Phil just put him on Iraq and sell them for a discount. They won't even take a loss. So I can't reconcile that morality thing. I mean, no, I wouldn't cheat some body and substitute brands or something. But I have no problem taking something back. I returned a pair of shoes to WalMart. Once you're ready for this like a year later a year later kids, Tom he listened to that was like eighteen first of all I'll do whatever they allow as long as they don't lie, and I don't miss represent a product. I mean, if they don't ask, and I take something back because I thought it wore out to sooner I didn't like it. And it was a year, and they didn't ask if they said when did you buy it? I would say last year if they say. Well, we're not gonna do it. Okay. Fine. I mean, there's nothing wrong with trying what I'm saying. But I wouldn't be mad if they refused me Adana what's going on. Well. I took some pictures the maggots coming out of my carpet. And got bitten a couple of times. And also, you said there was a rat that that set up housekeeping under your bed, right as a rat. Or a mouse it has moved. It's in here somewhere. Right. And then you also said there were other you you had in a jar some bugs, guess, okay? We send somebody out to investigate. And you remember, and I I do wanna talk about it. We have a follow up coming right up. Okay. So hang on. You're going to be next century RV dot com century as in one hundred you know, when I said that one time somebody said, what do you mean, Tom what what other century is there? Well, there's a century who's a guard S E, and this is century as in one hundred C E N T R Y century, RV's dot com. Two locations if you wanna service department, you know, Kevin and Mark when you talk about service, you'd love to serve as RV's if he could. But do you have ruined for John RV's? I mean, most people don't we work on. In the parking lot. Okay. Yeah. And what about you? Kevin do you work on the building then? And then and then Mark maybe transmission or something about what happens if if there's something wrong with the RV part of it, the house, the plumbing, you know, there's such complicated machines central RV what I like about this place. They don't just sell new and used they have a service department, which is really cool. And that's at the one thousand nine hundred turn off on I twenty five highway not one thousand nine hundred twenty five and they also sell up there..
"kalkin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Multiple flags on that play. Since they had chemistry. You know? They did they did have comedic chemistry. Sam Rockwell is he's one of those actors who said delight to listen to talk. I find that something about his voice that I find compelling. Soothing easy. Listen. He's just interesting. I when he talks there's something about us voice. What do you want me to do? We would come on. What? Amy Poehler, and Maya Rudolph who I think maybe should have been hosting the shell they presented as well. They were delightful. I'll say supporting actors or even more important to a film stars themselves. Those people are wrong. Movie stars of the lifeblood of our industry. But stars cannot do it alone. No matter how much we wish they could beautiful people have to have someone to talk to you. Without supporting actors, where would we get all of the famous lines from our favorite movies? Like, hey, wait up. I agree partner. Well, put sergeant. You gotta take it easy. Joe? Let's cute. They they're really good. But I would say that the presenters we had Andy Sandberg. Sandra? Oh, they were fine. They were. So they did better than I thought. They would do they got better as the night went on. I disagree. I thought kinda worse. But I thought it hit the monologue. And then oh, really? Uncomfortable. I was really uncomfortable during the monologue. You're in easy discomfort. Yeah. Yeah. For uncomfortable. You always say like. Embarrassment. And I'm like what is that? Really? You don't ever get embarrassed for someone within frequency like if someone falls down a flight of steps rewind outfield? Yeah. That's good. You don't get second hand embarrassment. Like oh God. I know you'd be walks into a glass door. You're not like second hand embarrassment. No. That's fantastic. That's a fun moment. Okay. Okay. All right. I guess MacAulay Culkin last night was having some fun. He was on Twitter and was just like trolling his brother Kieran. Who is in HBO's succession little Kieran Kalkin, by the way was also in home alone. He was the kid who got smashed against behind uncle. What's his name's chair? What's the bed? Really uncle George. But MacAulay Culkin was just like totally trolling him the whole night in a really fun way. Starting with bleep. My brother is at the Golden Globes. That's so coal, obviously knew about all this. And then my brother looks so handsome. It's a close up picture. Of.
"kalkin" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I if you this guy if you wanna give I certainly think that if this was supposed to be an audition, or if this was proof of concept for Mike Flanagan getting to make other net horror shows can't wait to see what he asked me to the plan of verse. Given the next planet could show. Yeah, I'm in for that. But I would like this to be the end of Ponting of ill, especially with lock and key on the way. I think. It's a lot a lot of haunted. House majority net has so many shows they don't need to haunted house show. I'm they probably already have another haunted house show that. Two or three other ones. Yeah. The Norwegian haunted house show that we have we have we have flanked on put it in the bird box. Josh oh God. Don't get me. Started on. Buck causing a stir on Twitter with the bird box mildest of stirs, the mildest of stirs. All right. Well, we're going to hopefully 'cause and other stir with our next five cast. We are into twenty nineteen already, but we are still looking at shows from twenty eighteen Rulli scheduled TVD, but we have our next show on the docket picked out Antonio, what are we going to be talking about Nick another horror show. Maybe about the horrors of modern, the modern Uber rich if you will and the control our lives, and every moment family drama, how about that another family drama. Sure, you want your your family drama is my horror show. Talking about HBO's succession that is not secession, and it is not a Showtime show. It was an HBO show succession succession, get your Brian Cox here. I think there's another show that is packed with with an incredible array of actors you and get your obligatory Culkin quota satisfied here in succession, we do have that. We definitely have the Culkin quota. I I don't know is the Culkin quota just one E S like one for isn't it established in home alone, the Culkin quota and aren't there to culkin's and homo their to their coke? And so maybe we don't have our Culkin. We know where we're lacking we need we need to see MacAuley in season two MacAulay Culkin MacAulay Culkin Culkin. We have is that is that his name now. Macaulay Culkin Kalkin. That's his name. He married himself. Is there a no changed his middle name to MacAulay culkin's? So his name MacAulay MacAulay Culkin Kalkin is. Going to be his legal name. Wait say that again, MacAulay MacAulay Culkin Kokin is going to be his name. So we changed his middle name to MacAulay Culkin. Yes. Macaulay culkin's middle. Name is going to be MacAulay Culkin in two thousand nineteen when he legally changes it so his name will be MacAulay MacAulay Culkin Kalkin. So this didn't actually have. No, this is realized swear, I swear the legitimate. And you can look it up on the internet. Why would actually happens I wouldn't suggest he do such a thing? I think that he surrendered the right to change his middle name to the to the masses and the masses decided that his middle name should be his his current name which thing that somebody tip him to do that. I mean, I'm waiting on trying to recap the news. But anyway, MacAulay Culkin is not in succession, but one of his brothers. Indeed is in succession, and we will be talking about him and several others when we talk about succession in the not too distant future. Anything else? Antonio about hill house before we close out MacAulay Culkin middle name. Thank God shook. This is such a. Twenty twenty. Okay. And is the Ben neck lady. How is it not named after a corporation at this MacAulay Culkin is the bowler not Pepsi? No, no, MacAulay MacAulay Culkin call. This is ridiculous. Okay. All right. That's fine. All right talk dantonio about MacAulay MacAulay Culkin Kokin on Twitter at ACM as aro. How many how many ours? Well, it's a c- MacAulay Culkin bizarro now with Tuesdays and one are MacAulay Culkin in the middle there. I am at round Howard. No McCoy tokens in my name that will do it. All right, everybody before we close out are haunting of hill house discussion and our last minute left turn into MacAulay MacAulay Culkin coke, and let's take one last quick second to thank our friends over at truecar. Now, every car comes with its share
"kalkin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I couldn't hear you. My producer was talking. What are you talking about? Who? Are you talking down? Who are you talking who you talking about? Houma Kalkin, you mentioned it what? Nancy Pelosi for another. And and I don't see where they really get anything. Good. What they said they want open borders. They they don't mind if they. You're just throwing all kinds of crap at the wall here. I bless the democrat. I blessed antsy Pelosi. I don't want open borders, and a lot of Democrats in all fairness don't want open borders, but they don't want the security that we need is support one hundred percent the funding of a physical barrier. I agree. I want the Trump border wall. I want the improvements enhancements I want that as part of a comprehensive border security plan. I want the wall. I so I constantly blast Democrats nonstop. I I don't see I I with virtually anything except maybe that we could agree on. It's you know, it's Wednesday. We we might be able to agree with that. So again, Bob, you can't give any specifics. You just want a Akao toweling s kissing radio talk show host that will if if Trump runs over my puppy, I should say all Mr. Trump. Thank you so much. Let me get by other puppy seeking run that over that is that what you're looking for in a talk radio host, Bob no restaurant on bookie for. Bob, the president. And there's times that you don't have respect. I'm telling you telling him when he needs to be quiet. So he doesn't hurt himself. I don't wanna see his presidency end in flames. But he's assisting in the process on many of an occasion, Bob open, open your eyes. And you gotta understand. What's good? What's bad when he should speak when he shouldn't speak, and whatever reason you have closed the spigot to intellectual analyzing. Who are you to one? He says things wrong things right out..